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I LOVE Le Creuset! That looks perfect in size!
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Old 2nd December 2008, 22:26   #1962
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Ahh yes, their saute pan. An invaluable item for any kitchen!

The dutch oven is the only piece of cookware of theirs that I have. I decided to go with Le Creuset because, well to be honest, they seem to know what they are doing when it comes to cast iron cookware and that is what I dutch oven should be made of in the first place. Plus, I've read amazing things about their products. So much so in fact that I am so going to purchase their cookware when I finally have a gas range again!
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i thought a dutch oven was slang used to describe when you're friends trap you in a car and fart repeatedly on a long trip?

it's freaky when it actually DOES get warmer btw

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Calphalon Contemporary Nonstick for the win.

Made in USA (Toledo, OH), incredibly high quality, thankfully low maintenance, perfect distribution of heat even on uneven coil stoves, interchangeable standardized-sized lids fit on pots and pans of same diameter, guaranteed forever with good customer support, oven-safe pots/pans/glass see-through lids, heat-reduction handles, lower cost compared to other comparable products (and yet rated higher).

I'd recommend the line to anyone that is in the market.

Dutch Oven

other items/sets in the pattern

I use that stuff every day and have had no complaints. Suggested retail on the web site is bloated and can be found much lower at stores (Macy's, Bed Bath & Beyond, etc.).

They do have enamel coated cast iron dutch ovens but I haven't tried them yet.

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hmmm... now you got me wondering, was the trojan horse thing delivered for christmas?

or any holiday at all?

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Old 7th December 2008, 23:24   #1971
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An insulated head/ear/neck cap.
A Nintendo hat (just like the one in this pic).
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A deck of Bicycle playing cards.
A Cribbage game set.
Chess/Checkers game.
Battleship game.
Sorry game.
Connect Four game.
Stratego game.

Along with my set of dominos, we shouldn't get too bored at the camp. And when I don't feel like playing any of those games, I can always take my new $150 McDermott pool cue downtown and play some pool. Still need to find a good place to play darts, too. But I did find a nice dart shop here the other day. If I ever manage to get a place of my own, I'll buy a dartboard.

Buying workwear is getting expensive. This is the fourth pair of gloves that I've had to buy in less than two weeks. At $15 a pair, I need to find an alternative. These are the least expensive gloves that are both waterproof and insulated that I've found, but they just can't hold up to the work I do. If anyone has any suggestions for gloves that are insulated and waterproof that can handle severe duty, please let me know. I'm hoping I don't have to buy more boots anytime soon, either. For $285 a pair, the Redwings I bought earlier this week had better last me a damn good long time. . I'm really happy with the $100 I spent on my Carhartt coveralls, though.
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Old 8th December 2008, 05:36   #1972
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Redwings kick ass. I have never been able to part with the money to get them for myself, but have heard some impressive comments when blue-collar workers talk to me about them. The closest thing I have bought are some decent Gore-Tex Rocky's that I use for some bad-weather work and hunting. For my job I just buy Rockports which are quite nice for me but very much inferior to Redwings.

"insulated head/ear/neck cap"? I'd like to see that. I'm looking for something like that for myself, unless you just mean a common ski mask.

"insulated waterproof work gloves"? Something tells me that if such a thing existed, they'd stop being waterproof within the first few hours of work. I fear that almost all good work gloves that I've owned just suck when they get wet. I'd be willing to pay a shitload of money to get what you're looking for in that regard.

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Old 8th December 2008, 17:05   #1973
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I finally bought an xbox.. additional remotes and all the goodies to go with it. My early Christmas present..
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Old 8th December 2008, 17:37   #1974
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I finally bought an xbox.. additional remotes and all the goodies to go with it. My early Christmas present..
But did you get anything from the antivirus spammy site that you have in your signature, that by the way won't show up on here

I bought lots of secret goodies for my honey for christmas *details hidden in case she's reading.....
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Old 8th December 2008, 22:18   #1976
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Old 9th December 2008, 02:19   #1978
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I like the game. Not so much the guitar though. I bought it used so it didn't cost me a lot.

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Old 9th December 2008, 03:17   #1979
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"insulated head/ear/neck cap"? I'd like to see that. I'm looking for something like that for myself, unless you just mean a common ski mask.
It's basically just a winter cap (similar to this one). I don't know what they're actually called. The one I bought works well, though.

The work gloves I bought have a thin water-tight flexible plastic liner in between the layer of insulation and the outer fabric. They work nicely for a couple days, but after that, they just can't take the abuse anymore. These are them.


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I like that linked hat - I have a blaze orange one like that - used to use it a lot when plowing driveways with my dad's tractor and hunting.

For gloves, about the best solution that I have found (and far from perfect) was to put waterproofing on heavy duty insulated leather work gloves, and then re-waterproof every time they started to leak. It gets old having to do it every once in a while, but it's the best I can seem to come up with. It still doesn't protect from water sneaking into the wrist area, especially when the gloves I use aren't all that long-wristed. I use them a lot when cutting/loading/splitting/stacking/carrying firewood in bad weather among other things like cleaning gutters and other outdoor work.

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Ahh yes, their saute pan. An invaluable item for any kitchen!

The dutch oven is the only piece of cookware of theirs that I have. I decided to go with Le Creuset because, well to be honest, they seem to know what they are doing when it comes to cast iron cookware and that is what I dutch oven should be made of in the first place. Plus, I've read amazing things about their products. So much so in fact that I am so going to purchase their cookware when I finally have a gas range again!
I agree. One hasta' have gas to cook well. I hate all electric burners. Some Electric ovens aren't bad, but the burners suck. If I had real money, I'd have a kitchen with two ovens and sep. burners... Like on TV(or wealthy folks' homes)
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Just picked this up for $25 at rightstuf, a whopping 73% off as part of their 12 Days of Christmas Sale.



Retail is $90. MidnightViper88 would probably approve.

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To a certain extent, yes...Even when I bought those DVDs individually and used for under $50 (I think), that's even cheaper and it's new on top of that...

To collect? Sure...To watch? Not worth it...I'm having some regrets on my end when I could've set that money aside for the second season DVD releases...



Anyway...

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To a certain extent, yes...Even when I bought those DVDs individually and used for under $50 (I think), that's even cheaper and it's new on top of that...

To collect? Sure...To watch? Not worth it...I'm having some regrets on my end when I could've set that money aside for the second season DVD releases...
You realize I paid $25 for the set (brand new), not $90, right?

But yeah, I plan on getting season 2 as well. I'll wait for the whole box set to come out, then grab it when rightstuf has a 40% off Funimation sale.

I enjoyed both seasons, so I'll be grabbing both.

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And after waiting 13 months, finally volume 10 of Last Order. And to my amazement, volume 11 will be out in April. 13 months between volumes, then 4? WTF VIZ.

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Logitech Z-5500.

that's a big subwoofer (almost 50 pounds)
it's my first serious 5.1 system and i already love it!

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Well... I special-ordered it and put a thousand bucks down. I've got $1448.98 left to pay when they finish building it for me, and then it'll be all mine. I had them put in a few options as well: Four D-ring tie-downs in the floor at each corner, stone guard plate on the lower front of the body just behind the ball hitch, and an interior dome light. They added 6" of extra height for free, too. They're building it at their plant in Ogden, which is about 35 miles north of where I'm staying in Salt Lake City, UT. I'll see if I can just pick it up from the factory when it's done.

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^You guys have been spending!

I bought a logitech wireless keyboard/optical mouse set for $30 at Radio Shack. It's cheap but it works well enough to control everything from the couch or lounge chair, which is all I needed. The mouse doesn't have an on/off switch, which royally sucks (eats batteries fast unless you take them out after use), but I could just get another wireless mouse that does have an on/off switch later - it's worth the $30 just to have the keyboard. Range for me seems to be about 15-20 feet if there are few or no obstacles.

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Sure, they say "don't let the small size fool you" but it still looks a bit uncomfortable to sleep in.
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Well... I special-ordered it and put a thousand bucks down. I've got $1448.98 left to pay when they finish building it for me, and then it'll be all mine. I had them put in a few options as well: Four D-ring tie-downs in the floor at each corner, stone guard plate on the lower front of the body just behind the ball hitch, and an interior dome light. They added 6" of extra height for free, too. They're building it at their plant in Ogden, which is about 35 miles north of where I'm staying in Salt Lake City, UT. I'll see if I can just pick it up from the factory when it's done.

Now I'll be completely mobile.
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^You guys have been spending!

I bought a logitech wireless keyboard/optical mouse set for $30 at Radio Shack. It's cheap but it works well enough to control everything from the couch or lounge chair, which is all I needed. The mouse doesn't have an on/off switch, which royally sucks (eats batteries fast unless you take them out after use), but I could just get another wireless mouse that does have an on/off switch later - it's worth the $30 just to have the keyboard. Range for me seems to be about 15-20 feet if there are few or no obstacles.

(newegg listing for the combo if you're interested in details)
I'm in the market for a new keyboard as well. I'm looking for something that can stand up to serious abuse - thinking of just getting a used model M.

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@KR - if you want something for abuse, the set I bought would be painfully inadequate. I'd spend a lot more for something serious if that's what you're looking for.

The set I got is little more than a remote control from the couch for media or AVS/Milkdrop (skipping presets I don't like as much as the others). Many applications don't respond to the remote I got with the TV card, so this was the answer. Having a keyboard/mouse to kick back with while I'm talking to friends online or on the phone is all I wanted. It doesn't get used constantly like my wired stuff.

The wired stuff is PS/2 or whatever you call it, and the wireless is USB, so I don't have to disconnect one and reconnect the other; they're just always connected, which is better for the lazy times.

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I'm in the market for a new keyboard as well. I'm looking for something that can stand up to serious abuse - thinking of just getting a used model M.
Or a new one? These are apparently the same as the later model Ms.

In terms of internal construction the Cherry G80 is probably even better but the casing is rather cheap.
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Or a new one? These are apparently the same as the later model Ms.

In terms of internal construction the Cherry G80 is probably even better but the casing is rather cheap.
I looked at that one. It looks great, actually. I haven't decided whether I want to shell out a ton of money for it, though. It's probably worth it considering how much time I need to spend in front of a computer, though.

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