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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by XDRoX, Jun 1, 2016.
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I like good clothes. Duluth trading. Filson. Bemidji woolen. Smart wool. etc.
I like good footwear.. Ecco. Danner.
I like high end rifles and scopes.
I like VERY good tools.
I like very high end outdoor/camping gear.
I drink expensive booze/coffee.
Had to look up Bemidji mills
I lived close to them west of Big Ben.
I spent $5200 on a welder to have at home. And I don't weld for a living. It is very nice though.
My daily carry pocket knife was $180. Elmax steel and carbon fiber. Worth every penny. My GF thought I was crazy to spend this much on a pocket knife.
I'm a bit of a beer snob too and end up spending a good chunk of change to enjoy some brews at home.
Bolded the important part of your post. Now the rest makes sense.
Sometimes, that's what makes having nice things possible.
It depends. Everyone will see value in spending a lot on certain things and not as much value on others.
Of course I enjoy them, but that doesn't necessarily mean I'm always willing to pay for them.
Dang - who resurrected this old post?
Yes, I do have a $575 bikini.
No, I'm not going to post pics. If you come to the beach here I might wear it for you.
Knowing what I know now about some of the people on GT, I would never have posted anything about that bikini.
Yes you would've...
So you have other bikinis that you would post about?
I have LOTS of bikinis. And no, I would not post about any of them because of the juveniles on this forum (see above).
Being a cross dresser requires a large wardrobe
And being an immature jerk only requires a keyboard.
nuh uh, I do it offline too
didn't read the whole thread; so if someone already said this...tough!
If I can, I will always "splurge" on an ocean-front vacation rental, rather than further back.
When you say doesn't compare can you be specific as to why Breitling, Montblanc, Tag Heuer ect. don't compare? Because, every Rolex I've looked at, (I've looked at a lot) makes me think the opposite. They seem over priced and under styled to me. They are stuck in that 1960-70 designs. Quality and great resale, but the cost? give me a break! There are high end quality watches that look better and are as good of quality in the $2-8K range.
Was at a friends last summer and he introduced me to the joys of single malt scotch.
Anyway, lately I have been getting the bug to explore this further. Any recommendations of what I might try?
I don't skimp on quality firearms and related additions, that's for sure. hell my new reloading set up, and powder order cost me north of $1,700... crap.
there are things I'll cut corners on and things I won't. vehicles, anything work/duty related I don't skimp on. I'll spend the money on a benchmade with no second thoughts. because if I NEED it someday, I know it WILL work and not fail on me. hell I also just just dropped about $200 on steel plates for my vest, 8x10's front and back.... the back one killed me and was painfully uncomfortable (bear in mind I am jerry rigging these into a soft armor vest, not a standalone carrier), and my lower back at end of shift, to put it bluntly, was shot. I just got a 6x6 to cover my heart on backside that I'll rig up tomorrow. will be a big improvement. with every ******* on earth seeming to now favor rifles in their law enforcement shoot outs it's a needed expense... I got my lady and my dog to come home to each day and quite frankly I don't plan on going out like that... any edge I can have to improve my odds is not only money well spent but a NEEDED expenditure.