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monkeylizard last won the day on November 15 2017

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  1. Yeah, same here. The math just barely works out to break even IF everything goes to plan. Solar's definitely not a money saving move in our part of the country yet. I've been considering it more for the grid-independence than any real cost savings.
  2. I thought about the tri-fuel adaption kit for my Honda EU6500is. Not so much for the LP as for the NG. I could hook up to my house gas line and have unlimited fuel during a power outage. Not gonna help much if we have a true EOTWAWKI, but running a genset would be the least of my worries then. Truthfully, I'm beginning to think that the best way to generate electricity in an outage is to not have an outage. I've been considering solar panels with a power wall (big battery for the house). Way more expensive than a genset, though. The breakeven on it for my needs is about 20 years . . . and the panels are good for about 20 years. . . . . I want to see if the Tesla roof will finally be released. It's an interesting way to go. I'll need a new roof in about 10-15 years. Hopefully it will be available by then.
  3. Comaprable offerings from Generac, Yamaha, or even WEN will get similar performance and noise w/o the Honda price tag. Whether or not they'll last as long as a Honda, I couldn't say.
  4. No self-respecting Vanderbilt fan would ever be seen at a football game.
  5. I didn't say it's not ridiculous that the IA investigation is still "ongoing". Just that we can't yet say that no punishment is coming their way or what settlement may be coming to the victim.
  6. Just that their prices are way up too. They used to be in the bargain bin with the aforementioned M1 Carbines, SKSes, and AKs. Everything in the Milsurp world has risen considerably in the past 10 years.
  7. Add in some NVGs and I think you've got something.
  8. Don't forget about Mosins . . .
  9. More accurately, "not yet" and "not yet". The PD internal affairs investigation is ongoing. Until that's complete, we won't know what, if any, action will be taken against the officers. I suspect the victim and his attorney are waiting until that investigation is complete before filing their civil suit.
  10. Fort Campbell does more than just an annual cull by a select group. They allow hunting in certain areas. This is from 2020. https://www.army.mil/article/240823/hunting_regulates_fort_campbells_deer_population_protects_environment
  11. I wish I could be shocked that the AG still prosecuted this case after he saw that video, but I'm not.
  12. I have a friend who has camped at Seven Points on Percy Priest lake and liked it. They close at the end of October for the season. https://www.recreation.gov/camping/campgrounds/232702
  13. Of course that's not the correct answer! The correct answer would have been "Stretch out the interview and keep them them talking until DHS arrives".
  14. Doh....going from my faulty memory earlier. We only get one new sticker each year, but you're right that the tag has two. The current tag has the MONTH that should never change (unless you have a big lapse then renew). The YEAR sticker gets updated each year. I suspect the new one will be a color-coded MONTH sticker and no more YEAR sticker, or a MONTH sticker in one of the lower corners and we'll change the YEAR sticker in the upper right every year . I guess we'll see.


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