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MrFigg
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Post 11 May 2019

Well...I looked at Complex and thought Don’t do it. I don’t have the money. Then I went out and ate Sushi with my youngest then we went and bought a whole load of sweets and I didn’t even blink an eye. Same money but totally worth it. Weird huh?
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Soft Enerji
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Post 11 May 2019

I have to agree because you're right on the money there........

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Ahornberg
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Post 11 May 2019

It's not about the money, it's about your golas and priorities.

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motuscott
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Post 11 May 2019

You could be plugging in cables and yet you chose to nurture the next generation?
There are no words to express what I feel.
Sometimes a cigar is just a synth that's on fire

MrFigg
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Post 11 May 2019

motuscott wrote:
11 May 2019
You could be plugging in cables and yet you chose to nurture the next generation?
There are no words to express what I feel.
At the risk of sounding crass , the last cable I plugged in resulted in one of the next generation.

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reasonsuser88
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Post 11 May 2019

I throw down $50 a week on Copenhagen LC American smokeless tobacco. Same money but totally worth it. I'm down to this weekend to make the decision on Complex.

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Ahornberg
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reasonsuser88 wrote:
11 May 2019
I throw down $50 a week on Copenhagen LC American smokeless tobacco. Same money but totally worth it. I'm down to this weekend to make the decision on Complex.
Man, that's 2500 buck a year (and 25000 in 10 years)!
I would immediately stop smoking, e.g. to buy some modular hardware stuff.

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challism
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Post 11 May 2019

MrFigg wrote:
11 May 2019
motuscott wrote:
11 May 2019
You could be plugging in cables and yet you chose to nurture the next generation?
There are no words to express what I feel.
At the risk of sounding crass , the last cable I plugged in resulted in one of the next generation.
hahahaha!

Yeah, it all comes down to priorities, for sure. My priorities have certainly changed since i became a father. Plugging in few cables these days.

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reasonsuser88
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Post 11 May 2019

Ahornberg wrote:
11 May 2019
Man, that's 2500 buck a year (and 25000 in 10 years)!
I would immediately stop smoking, e.g. to buy some modular hardware stuff.
I just quit drinking in March and that was easily $100 a week. One thing at a time!

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Ahornberg
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Post 11 May 2019

reasonsuser88 wrote:
11 May 2019
Ahornberg wrote:
11 May 2019
Man, that's 2500 buck a year (and 25000 in 10 years)!
I would immediately stop smoking, e.g. to buy some modular hardware stuff.
I just quit drinking in March and that was easily $100 a week. One thing at a time!
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sleep1979
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Post 11 May 2019

MrFigg wrote:
11 May 2019
Well...I looked at Complex and thought Don’t do it. I don’t have the money. Then I went out and ate Sushi with my youngest then we went and bought a whole load of sweets and I didn’t even blink an eye. Same money but totally worth it. Weird huh?
But you probably didn’t need that synth , and you had a great time with your kid right building memories ? So many well spent id say 🙂 i tried complex that aint a bit of me that tbh ,

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