Target Circle is running a 25% off any toy coupon which I grouped with the Red Card 5%, a bunch of earned points and the 30% off sale to boredom buy some Revelation figures. I basically paid $12 to get Battle Cat, He-man and Skeletor and must admit they are high quality figures. Much better plastic than Retaliation or Black Series. Battle Cat is truly a beast.Said no one ever...
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Eddie had the 1:18 Sideswipe, but I’m not sure he actually pulled the trigger on MAS-01 before his sabbatical. It’s extremely not Geewun in style, so I could see both of you passing on it. It was just too much money for me during the brief time he was on the market, then the Megatron was underwhelming and the company imploded so I never thought I’d own him until he showed up in my new local toy shop.Very cool. Didn't Eddie get one of those originally to go with his 1/18 Bruderstator? Too much $$$ and space for me, but it looks like a great display piece.
What did you trade for him?
And you pretend you’re too busy to hang out with us here... Compared to my 8mbps, you can practically go back in time to make some spare to show up here, fella!I sit here enjoying my 500M/500M fiber connection and laughing at you low bandwidth peons!
One of the few FEW FEW perks of CA.
Just sitting here playing on the interwebs.
I have Verizon 5G cell service all the places I go during the day, but out in the boonies at the house, no. I do have solid 4G signal, and I use it sometimes when the weather is bad and the non-Elon satellite internet gets wonky. If the kids are using a lot of the house internet, sometimes I'll use the 4G just to keep the house away from the bandwidth cap. None of it is blazing fast, but it's very usable. I don't sit around and lament the speeds or anything. It's perfectly fine except for huge downloads. Elon will just crank up the speeds by an order of magnitude and eliminate the worry about caps.
My dad (on the hill across the street) has the worst situation. When he built his house in '84, he hired a consultant from TVA to come in and advise on all the ways to make the house ultra-efficient. At the time, one of the suggestions was a radiant barrier behind the sheetrock on the walls and ceilings. It worked great, as his electric bills have always been super low for a big house, but the barrier was a foil-type material, making his house one big Faraday cage in which little-to-no cell signal can penetrate. Signal is fine outside, signal is barely usable indoors IF you sit very still up against a window. Everywhere else in the house is a black hole. Damn energy consultant never imagined wireless buck-rogers computers in our pockets.