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CZ9MM last won the day on January 19 2016

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About CZ9MM

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  • Birthday 12/18/1990

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    Cleveland, TN


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    G19 w/ Surefire 300 Ultra

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  1. You sure seem to know a lot about something you pretend to not know much about. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Leaving out later this week. Going to try to be smart and safe about everything. Any places on a map to definitely avoid, things to watch out for, and things to do/not do? Staying in :Rincon and Mata de Plátano I was also trying to lookup knife carry laws. I've ran into a bunch of different stuff. I've found this, referencing PR law: http://www.handgunlaw.us/documents/USKnife2.pdf 25-Sub 1-Part V-Chpt 51A Sub V- § 458d I'm trying to find something to describes more details.
  3. Put simply, I have never found a company with a customer focus as big as theirs. It used to be even better but there are several things they have tightened down on a bit recently. My advice, spend an extra moment at checkout next time.
  4. I also just found that if you purchased a $25 gift card today, you'll be issued a $5.00 promotional credit within two days. That's pretty good. I just purchased one and am now seeing if I can "cancel" the above mentioned "Snoop" in order to repurchase it again with the gift card balance. EDIT: It appears you have to "Click to Qualify" here before purchasing the $25.00 gift card. When I did it, I chose the E-Gift option and within minutes it was emailed to me. Then I can redeem it on my own account.
  5. I'm not sure I'll end up liking them, but I picked up the following: Timbuk2 Commute (Average price, available for the same cost from Timbuk2's website, but gives 20% cashback via Amazon Prime Card) Timbuk2 Snoop (Basically normal pricing, but does offer extra 30% off at checkout making it a slightly good good deal) I figure that those should offer interesting capability to be used as a laptop or camera bag, hopefully both. The Snoop fits inside the Commute so I'll have to see exactly what is compatible when being used together. I've never had anything Timbuk2, but they are generally well reviewed. Of course, I purchased both of those without fear because I should just be able to slap a free label on them and return them if I don't want them. There are a decent amount of items eligible for the 20% cashback, seen here. Eligible for either the Amazon Prime Card or the Amazon Store Card.
  6. I don't know whether or not he has, but try checking with @conn_air7. If not, then I'd say he can still tell you something about it.
  7. It's live.
  8. I obviously do not know your exact specifics but if it said something along the lines of "Free Supersaver Shipping" then you have to have an order minimum to get the free shipping. If something is "Shipped and Sold" by Amazon.com then they have to add taxes to it. Oftentimes, if it is shipped and sold by a third party (Amazon merely collects payment and then a third party vendor ships the item), taxes can be avoided as long as that retailer is out of state and does not physically operate in Tennessee. It is also possible that it had free shipping from one vendor but you essentially purchased it from a different vendor. Personally, the other day I ran a report and I have spent $20,000+ since 2007 on Amazon.com. Some of that was returned but most of it wasn't. I have only truly had a few issues with Amazon and ultimately Amazon has 100% taken care of me each time. I probably have $500-$1000 worth of "product" that Amazon has just refunded me for and told me to keep it since circumstances did not warrant shipping the item back (broken, not as expected, too heavy for return, etc). I personally love having Prime. It gives "Free" shipping on lots of items, usually deliverable in 2-3 business days (sometimes even Sunday). I budget $9.04 each month of the year into an "Amazon Prime" category so that at the end of my membership I have exactly enough to pay for it. Between the MP3 and Amazon Instant Video Library, you truly don't even have to buy many items to make the membership worth it. If you have the Amazon Chase Credit Card, you get 5% cashback on all Amazon purchases. $2,000 worth of purchases a year and Prime is "free" if you make them with that credit card. Also, anytime a Prime shipment is "late", then if you contact Amazon they will typically add another month of Prime to your membership. Amazon doesn't always have the best price, but it is always the first place I check.
  9. Just a reminder. It's been lackluster a few times in the past but I'm always optimistic of finding something good. Let me know if you guys find anything! Amazon Prime Day
  10. This is why we can't have nice things. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Imgur.com Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. I mean, "What is, Whatever is Around". Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Gotcha. I was thinking about it backwards, as in someone that was born here, was an alien and not a citizen. That description fully explains it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. If you don't mind briefly explaining, how is someone a non-immigrant alien? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

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