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Old 02-11-2013, 06:51 PM   #5405
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Sitting here in Yuma this afternoon it is warm and a little windy. I picked up a bottle of pre mixed Mojito's made by Captain Morgan. A little crushed ice and Verrry Tasty. Good ol Captain did it again.
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I too was a WKRP watcher. There isn't anything near funny on today's programming.
Try watching "Mike and Molly" it's a comedy sit com. Really funny!
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The Kardashians are funny. I like to hear about all the "Whine".
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The Kardashians are funny. I like to hear about all the "Whine".
I only wish I could be more like them- turning absolutely NO talent into millions of dollars! Amazing what people pay for these days.
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I couldn't put up with the paparazzi. I'd end up on death row.
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I only wish I could be more like them- turning absolutely NO talent into millions of dollars! Amazing what people pay for these days.
At least you have the no talent part. Now turn it into millions

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I couldn't put up with the paparazzi. I'd end up on death row.
You should start a new reality show, Sand Rails on The Dunes.
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The other day I bought some batteries...they weren't included.




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Speaking of batteries, Dollar Tree has SunbeamŪ alkaline AAA, AA, and 9V batteries that come in 4, 4, and 2 packs for $1.00. They have just as much energy and last as long or longer than the Bunnie's and the Copper Tops. They also have some button cell batteries. They just came out with "Low Drain" and "High Drain" AAA and AA ones. Don't waste your money on the low drain.
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Speaking of batteries, Dollar Tree has SunbeamŪ alkaline AAA, AA, and 9V batteries that come in 4, 4, and 2 packs for $1.00. They have just as much energy and last as long or longer than the Bunnie's and the Copper Tops. They also have some button cell batteries. They just came out with "Low Drain" and "High Drain" AAA and AA ones. Don't waste your money on the low drain.
If you really want to skimp buying batteries, buy a couple different brand 6 volts(the square ones with the curled wire on top) cut them open(carefully, now) you will find a whole bunch of stacked double A's. Not all 6volts are this way but once you find the right brand you have AA to last a year!
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Yeah, I've seen a Youtube where the found the same thing in 12v automotive batteries. When did they start using AAA looking batteries in 9v batteries? The last time I took one apart, they were using rectangular, flat disks in them.

Sunbeam's are not skimping on batteries when they put out as many amps and last as long or longer than the name brand ones like Energizer and Duracell.

I won't buy Energizers; they always leak.
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If you really want to skimp buying batteries, buy a couple different brand 6 volts(the square ones with the curled wire on top) cut them open(carefully, now) you will find a whole bunch of stacked double A's. Not all 6volts are this way but once you find the right brand you have AA to last a year!
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Yeah, I've seen a Youtube where the found the same thing in 12v automotive batteries. When did they start using AAA looking batteries in 9v batteries? The last time I took one apart, they were using rectangular, flat disks in them.

Sunbeam's are not skimping on batteries when they put out as many amps and last as long or longer than the name brand ones like Energizer and Duracell.

I won't buy Energizers; they always leak.
Those videoes are sadly shams, much like the one of popcorn on a table being microwaved by four cellphones placed around it.

While you will find cells in a 6 volt battery they're a custom size, and not a AA :P.
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Burst my bubble. You mean there aren't hundreds of AA batteries in a chassis battery?
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