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 Post subject: New Furniture
PostPosted: Thu Jan 01, 2015 12:42 pm 
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The good ol' mailman just dropped off some new furniture.

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 Post subject: Re: New Furniture
PostPosted: Thu Jan 01, 2015 12:56 pm 
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New grips?
Nice
Can't go wrong with classic wood :great:

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 Post subject: Re: New Furniture
PostPosted: Thu Jan 01, 2015 10:58 pm 
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I would love to get a nice walnut butt stock a fore grip for my AR 15 but at $350 it's more than i can pull off

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 Post subject: Re: New Furniture
PostPosted: Thu Jan 01, 2015 11:35 pm 
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I'm looking for some walnut so I can try my hand at making some grips.

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 Post subject: Re: New Furniture
PostPosted: Fri Jan 02, 2015 12:49 am 
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This is some new furniture the delivery man brought me a couple weeks ago...

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It's like I'm being cradled in a soft cloud when I sit in that thing. :D
It's even electric - push a button and it reclines!! :great:
The wife got it for me for Christmas.

I sleep in my recliner because of my back. As a 350 pound flibbo, my recliners take some serious abuse...
The last one I ended up taking out to the garage and welding some braces to hold the ass-cushion in place.

The worst thing about the el-cheapo recliners that I've always used is that they would tip over backwards!!
I have a hell of a time getting out of the damn thing when that happens in the middle of the night.
Feet up in the air flat on my back... It's a real struggle to get myself back on my feet again!! Being
half asleep with extreme back pain and pinned against the wall... It's OK - go ahead and laugh!! :D

The last time it happened, I smashed the shit out of my new "Drew Carey" glasses!!!
I think in the military they call them "birth-control" glasses - because they're so ugly you can't get laid...
They ended up 1/2 way under the back of the chair - kinda like an accident victim when they get thrown
from the vehicle and it lands on top of them.

The 1/2 that was sticking out looked fine - When I finally got the chair up-right - The other 1/2 was FUBAR!!!
Thank goodness the glasses have a 1 year warranty!!

Anyway, the wife said this new one is guaranteed for 10 years!! It's leather too - "distressed leather" they call it.
It's so comfortable and so good for my back... It sure seems to be made a LOT better than all the others.

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 Post subject: Re: New Furniture
PostPosted: Sat Jan 03, 2015 4:18 pm 
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jasonsch wrote:
This is some new furniture the delivery man brought me a couple weeks ago...

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It's like I'm being cradled in a soft cloud when I sit in that thing. :D
It's even electric - push a button and it reclines!! :great:
The wife got it for me for Christmas.

I sleep in my recliner because of my back. As a 350 pound flibbo, my recliners take some serious abuse...
The last one I ended up taking out to the garage and welding some braces to hold the ass-cushion in place.

The worst thing about the el-cheapo recliners that I've always used is that they would tip over backwards!!
I have a hell of a time getting out of the damn thing when that happens in the middle of the night.
Feet up in the air flat on my back... It's a real struggle to get myself back on my feet again!! Being
half asleep with extreme back pain and pinned against the wall... It's OK - go ahead and laugh!! :D

The last time it happened, I smashed the shit out of my new "Drew Carey" glasses!!!
I think in the military they call them "birth-control" glasses - because they're so ugly you can't get laid...
They ended up 1/2 way under the back of the chair - kinda like an accident victim when they get thrown
from the vehicle and it lands on top of them.

The 1/2 that was sticking out looked fine - When I finally got the chair up-right - The other 1/2 was FUBAR!!!
Thank goodness the glasses have a 1 year warranty!!

Anyway, the wife said this new one is guaranteed for 10 years!! It's leather too - "distressed leather" they call it.
It's so comfortable and so good for my back... It sure seems to be made a LOT better than all the others.


I would look better in that chair than you do. yuk yuk

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 Post subject: Re: New Furniture
PostPosted: Sun Jan 04, 2015 12:40 am 
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I sure you would Verk!! (-:

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