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Old 12-01-2006, 09:37 AM
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So, what has everyone put on their Christmas lists this year? So far I've gravitated toward camera mostly equipment, but I did ask for a pair of Rugged Shark Deck Boots and couple spreader bars from Bite Me Sports.
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Tackle is always my first choice, but this year I asked the misses for a Sony HD-DVD Camcorder and a bogen fluid mount for a rod holder.......


What I will probably get is a cable knit sweater and a bag of Grub Tails.....
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Mardi-Gras - 12/1/2006 9:46 AM

Tackle is always my first choice, but this year I asked the misses for a Sony HD-DVD Camcorder and a bogen fluid mount for a rod holder.......
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Bogen fluid mount? Is that code for "bong"?
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I was looking at the bogen tripods with those fluid mounts, NICE!
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I guess I'd put a 15 hp Honda w/ electric start, jack plate and steering linkage on my Wish List. but I think Santa has already come an gone this year. - .......but there is no harm in wishing.
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Well I got the job that I wanted so that's off my list. Now I guess all that's left is making other people happy. I will however have a T-top professionally mounted to my boat and possibly get a stiffer set of tires and wheels for my boat trailer. I just have a problem with tandem 13 inch wheels supporting a big ol' Robalo. I'm thinking at least 14s or 15s.
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Old 12-01-2006, 11:14 AM
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First and foremost, (I knew you would get a kick out this one)




Otherwise fishing tackle and boat goodies.

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I like, I like. Did you wish for the t-shirt too?
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I've asked for a Magma grill with all the mounts and accessories, some belts and new boxers and that's about it..

I think I need to put some gee-whiz stuff on there. Maybe an I-Pod Shuffle and a pair of battery heated socks for those cold striper fishing days! LOL

Hey, manye I should get a router.. Always wanted one, what's a great router for less then $100 and for the recreational fella?
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what kind of Router?




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Old 12-01-2006, 12:00 PM
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Woody it's not the cost of the router you have to worry about, it's the cost of bits that'a kill yah.

I'd recommend this brand and double base setup - approx. $170




As I said, it's the bits that'a kill yah......this is only about half of what I have, the other half is in the shop - approx. 5k

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Garrett, what do you use those for, furniture making?
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yah


oh, I guess I should have clarified, that's about 5k in that pic alone.
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Ok Garett, you came in about $70 over my max.. LOL

That's a beautiful steup though!
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Here's the only thing that's on my list.

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KILLER Bo, who's selling those? I'll have to get two of those in case the first one breaks down.
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CROCS!
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Shag - 12/1/2006 3:11 PM

Here's the only thing that's on my list.

Bo, I have one and that thing just don't work at all...
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RealWork,

Cisco 2800, Cisco is about 2 miles from my office...I drive by and drool.... You can go one better and get a PIX firewall... then again I am dreaming....
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Cisco 2800, Cisco is about 2 miles from my office...I drive by and drool.... You can go one better and get a PIX firewall... then again I am dreaming....
There's just something about Geek Drool that is unsettling.

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