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HipMF

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HipMF last won the day on January 10

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  1. WiBimmers relay? These wheels are trying to get from Madison to Green Bay if anyone happens to be traveling that direction.
  2. Supercharged 330ci https://madison.craigslist.org/cto/d/madison-2001-e46-bmw-330ci/7262163522.html
  3. Wow. I don't know how you spotted that. Yes they are. Had to buy a new set a few years ago because my old ones wore out.
  4. In non-absurd news, I got some new headphones today (Sony MDR-7506). I don't usually buy many sony products, but thought I'd give 'em a whirl. The department I work in now (my title officially changed to "electrical engineer" last week, whatever that's worth...) is super quiet 90% of the time, but we have one guy who (amongst other annoyances), feels the need to speak three times louder than normal when he's excited about something. I needed something to help me maintain sanity when he gets in to a 45-minute conversation with the 70-year-old maintenance guy about custom-built RFID garage door openers/the best snowblower ever built (throws snow 60+ feet!)/chainsaws that cut concrete/Edison batteries (it's a conspiracy!)/etc. So i needed a closed-back headphone to replace my old go-to Grado SR-60e's. Despite reviews to the contrary, I find the bass to be excessive, although I agree with the reviews that the treble is accentuated. Lately I've been digging into some dark techno stuff, and they work great for that, but overall I prefer my old grados. Much "smoother" sounding IMO, but I wouldn't fault anyone for preferring one over the other.
  5. also, what's the plural of kolsch?
  6. I don't have a basement, but I have the internet. Why is the internet? I don't even.
  7. The brochures are nice, but a good set set of picks is super nice to have around too. Definitely a tool that you wouldn't necessarily think to buy, but comes in handy more often than you would guess.
  8. I want that. Currently creating a word doc titled "sweet lemons" where I list all of things that could be wrong with it and why it's probably a bad idea to even go look at it.
  9. triggered made the mistake of clicking on a suggested video; worst photoshop ever (amongst other things...)
  10. I was secretly hoping to cause some domestic conflict w/ whether this wood or wood not be allowed to to be hung up, but you having a shop took a little of the fun out of it. Regardless, it's always fun to use the cnc at work for projects where tolerances don't matter. The key part is soft maple and the handle is "Peruvian Walnut", where "Peruvian" means imported and "Walnut" means brown; aka imported brown wood.
  11. Definitely an option. Could take that out to 191. Or this:
  12. I emailed them, but they haven't gotten back to me. I'll give them a call after the holidays, but I'm leaning more towards just renting a dual sport/adventure touring bike and putt-putting around Arizona for a few days. Not as much fun, but ~1/4 the cost.
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