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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Taques, Feb 3, 2016.
Where did you see it for $200? I'm seeing it for $250.
id stick to herbs, i dont think you would get very good results with leafy greens
BamaNug's all "ugh, don't remind me"
$213 with a Prime membership
She did some lettuces and I think tomatoes.
Spinach plants are relatively small
Bought the 20lber for Ms. Cotton, she loves it.
What’s the idea behind/appeal of gravity blankets? Heard of them, never looked into them.
Supposed to help with anxiety. I sleep with a ton of blankets on me but it’s never enough. It’s not that I’m cold I just like the feeling. Not sure if it really helps or not, but going to give it a shot.
My wife uses a weighted blanket (not the gravity one) and she loves.
Their jeans and travel jeans are pretty much all I have in my closet now. Stopped purchasing any other brands.
I had you pegged as a Lee carpenter cut kind of guy.
You think you know me Wes...
So what's the best bang for your buck in terms of weighted blankets? I had never heard of such a thing two weeks ago and now my wife and mom want one.
Do they make you hot? I don't like being hot when I sleep.
I do not like being hot and I use one for naps on the couch. Not hot at all.
Trying to get to sleep when hot is the worst.
Almost positive they’re stolen...$125 brand new, box still in wrapper.
Not stolen. Fell off a truck
Freakness loves her anxiety blanket, feels like its got bunch of bird shot in it
I bought a weighted blanket for the wife. She didn’t like it because it made her feel trapped and she likes the feel of being able to move or shift if she needs too.
She has anxiety and i bought it to help but it just made it worse. I’ve used it a few times, but I don’t struggle with sleeping so it’s just whatever to me. Hopefully going to try and get her to use it again because she sucks at napping and keeps me up at night too.
I like to get chained to something while I sleep. Nothing like the feeling of security
You bought a cat?
as in paid a $50 adoption fee to the shelter that we got him from
Good on you for adopting a pet. It should've been a dog, but I'll let it slide.
dont have room for a dog yet. already have one cat and felt bad that he was left alone for 8 hours a day while we were at work.
I doubt it really gave a shit because cats are so independent. Nothing wrong with it having a friend though.
I would agree but he used to have 2 other cats and 3 dogs at my girlfriends parents house before we moved in together. he's one of the few social cats i've ever seen.
That's a pretty cat.
Cats are tight. So much easier than dogs.
he looks like hes seen some shit
Anyone have recommendations for good affordable sheets? Looked at Brookline but I don’t really want to pay $100+
Tuesday Morning (I know) gets bamboo ("rayon") sheets that are overstock from the big department stores. I don't shop in Tuesay Morning, but my mom does and has bought a couple sets for me over the years. They are REALLY comfortable and cool to the touch. I think a sheet set there costs around $50, but the sticker price is closer to $125 or more.
I also got a queen quilt from the same company (Home Environments, here is their Amazon store, with same high prices https://www.amazon.com/stores/Home-Environment/node/9544342011) and its the same. cool to the touch, very soft and probably my favorite quilt/blanket/throw I've ever had in my 30 years.
Good. I thought you were saying you actually bought one, which would be absurd.
Anybody have an inversion table? Been looking at the Teeter tables to help with a shitty back due to getting fatter and less active. (ie trumps America)
Tuesday Morning or similar type stores are about the only place I know of where you might find a quality sheet set for much under $100.
I've got this one:
It's awesome, but it takes up a ton of space.
They’re heavy, bulky and annoying.
CBD Oil was more helpful for me
How long do you lay on this for
Until my erection subsides.
I've worked up to like 10 minutes at a time.
If I buy one, it'll go down in the dungeon where everything is heavy, bulky, and annoying so no worries there.
I've tried CBD oil and I think it's ok...it just needs a hefty dose of THC to go along with it.
Splurged on some kitchen goods and so far no ragrets. A good knife is a game-changer, and cooking with stainless steel pans is neat. Now to slowly replace my shitty pans. Can the more experienced chefs tell me if there is any reason to buy nice pots? I can understand the logic behind nice pans, but I'm not convinced a 40$ pot is any different than a 200$ pot.
Based on an article Kenji wrote for Serious Eats, I shirked All Clad and went with the Tri-ply stainless pots/pans from Tramontina. Steel is made in Brazil but they're assembled in the USA and heat evenly for probably 1/4 the cost of the All Clay D3. If you've got cash you want to burn and are dead set on the AC stuff, jump up to their D5 line. Unbelievable professional level product.
I stayed at a hotel that had one of these in the gym last year so I gave it a shot. It took about 7 seconds for my head to feel like it was going to explode, and that was before the panic stricken few seconds until I figured out how to flip it back up and I thought I was going to die upside down.
I have been wanting an aerogarden for a while. I like cooking with fresh herbs and hate how much of them usually go to waste. Yet I keep telling myself I'll eventually move into a place with ample light and it will have been a waste of $200+