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My little 20" workshop tv done blowed up yesterday, not one tv manufacturer on that list. <sigh>
 

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Absolutely the best sunscreen money can buy...> http://www.no-ad.com/ Made in the USA since 1962
A portion of all NO-AD sales is contributed to the NO-ADdiction Campaign, a non-profit drug and alcohol prevention and awareness program in schools nationwide.
 

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Thanks, BobbyFord. Have you tried this?
I'm always on the lookout for a good sunscreen. I burn at the drop of a hat.
 

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Thanks, BobbyFord. Have you tried this?
I'm always on the lookout for a good sunscreen. I burn at the drop of a hat.
Yes, I just bought four more bottles online from soap.com
They knock off 20% for you first order, plus I got free shipping :)
It is a very good product, not greasy. Walmart sells it also.
 

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Thanks, Bobby. I'm stopping at Wally World today. I'll take a look.
I hate greasy sunscreens, so it's good to have a personal recommendation. :)

I usually use Bullfrog, but I can't find my favorite version of it this year. The lifeguards at the Y pool where I swam used it.
 

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For my people with textured hair and:eek:r sensitive skin there's a line called SheaMoisture

Works well and they have different types for different hair and skin types
 

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Sierra Madre Beef Jerky. Southern California.
http://www.sierramadreprovision.com/

I bought this stuff a few times and then noticed a change. I contacted the company and the owner, Jimmy Schaft, sent me some free samples. Also, sent me some jerky that wasn’t listed on his website.
Great customer service. I just ordered about 3 lbs. of jerky.
Recommended.
 

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Sierra Madre Beef Jerky. Southern California.
http://www.sierramadreprovision.com/

I bought this stuff a few times and then noticed a change. I contacted the company and the owner, Jimmy Schaft, sent me some free samples. Also, sent me some jerky that wasn’t listed on his website.
Great customer service. I just ordered about 3 lbs. of jerky.
Recommended.
I’ve ordered 3lbs of Jerky. I hope it gets here before Fontana.
 

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Put some rear tires on the truck today. Ouch..
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What was the labor and fees on that?
I've always bought my tires from the same guy, that's their specialty.
I had bought Wrangler SR-A 's for the front last summer. My guy told me he couldn't find them anywhere, so I went with the Godyear Wrangler Fortera, $ 24..00 per tire cheaper too. Labor and parts weren't that bad, as I'm sure some was built into the price...
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I remember when BFG All-Terrain TAs were $98 per tire.
I bought two sets every year for about a decade. I currently have street tires on the ‘63 but I will soon go back to the All-Terrain BFGs.
 
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