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<t>Whenever I try to set the brake cables on my bike, the caliper screws on my front/rear derailers, the alignment of my brakes and so on, I have a really hard time getting it set properly. How do you learn to do it right, it drives me nuts. I once spent 3 hours trying to get side pull caliper brake...
- Fri Dec 02, 2011 10:21 am
- Forum: Skills & Tools Questions
- Topic: What Skills/Hobbies Should I Get Into?
- Replies: 15
- Views: 1285
Bicycle maintenance? Or car maintenance if you have one. Health and fitness, try to go for creating all the meals and snacks you eat, tracking how much you eat, nutrients and such.
- Sat Oct 15, 2011 5:16 am
- Forum: Miscellaneous
- Topic: Just visited the home of a dude w/$300 million net worth.
- Replies: 24
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Seriously?? The top top top huge TVs top out at around 20k. If I wanted really huge I would just go for a quality 1080p projector. It's the biggest you'll get. At those budgets it's starting to reach theatre setups.
- Sat Oct 15, 2011 5:12 am
- Forum: Housing Questions
- Topic: A Travel Trailer is Better Than an RV....
- Replies: 19
- Views: 50429
<t>Are you forced to get a gas guzzling diesel truck to move it around? Will anything approaching gas efficiency ( like 20/30 mpg ) work for the majority of the time that your not towing it around and travelling to see friends and family?<br/> I do not want to add a motorbike to the back due to the ...
- Tue Aug 30, 2011 6:19 am
- Forum: Money Questions
- Topic: Are E-readers worth the cost?
- Replies: 84
- Views: 10632
<t>Books are horrible storage and weight wise. When I was moving a long distance, it took something like 5 boxes worth of stuff to put all my books in, and they were the heaviest boxes by far. Clothing also took the most boxes (but if I vacuum compressed them, they would of taken far less space). Th...
Anything rugged will also be waterproof in this segment. I decided on getting a Canon D10 or it's successor whenever I was going to go on a trip again, and it seems to fit most of your requirements.
- Thu Jul 14, 2011 9:09 am
- Forum: Introduce Yourself
- Topic: 30-something, tired of working
- Replies: 11
- Views: 3237
<t>It's called software engineering so that when you want to move around the world it will fit into usually easier 'engineering' work visa categories. More accurately software engineering can feel like software construction, or software design or even software engineering at times. Software has gott...
<t>What I like about crossfit gyms is that it's set it and forget it effective exercise. You don't get bored, it's a community of sorts, it's not monotonous, you don't have to schedule things, you don't have to plan your workouts, you work out hard, it's relatively quick, and it's only really self-c...
<r>If your interested in flying, but don't like the fuel prices, you can try an electric ultralight. (2 seater). It wont go as fast, wont go as far, and wont refuel as quickly but for the same distance energy costs around $5 vs $150: <br/> <URL url="http://www.electraflyer.com/">http://www.electrafl...