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I absolutely LOVE my...

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...Grandfather clock.

Yes, you heard me right. I love my grandfather clock. I bought it for myself for Christmas. The Sun/Moon Dial is fake (painted on and doesn't move) but it's a real key wind mechanical movement with a swinging pendulum and beautiful chimes.

What do you "love"?

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Eh, I was thinking more of the one single material possession you love but had actually thought people would include emotional things. That's fine. Of course I love my dog, parents, the internet, etc.

But I LOVE my grandfather clock. It is the one single fairly expensive purchase I have made that I do not regret one single iota.

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Tie my new computer and my digital camera.

I don't count my kids as material possessions should I?

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While i would say my computers, i have to admit there's a slight sentimental value in my bike, which was given to me by a friend after I gave him a HUGE help when he was in deep poo.

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i like my cell phone, since i just turned it back on and never used them before. i always hated seeing people use cell phones right next to land lines...but i figured i could use it for my job instead of a beeper.

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quote:

Originally posted by Fox__Trot:

Brand new glasses otherwise I would be squinting at this fourm

LOL I've been wearing glasses for 14 years and I didn't think about that one

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Guest Grayfox

kids are automatically loved (at least mine is by me)

the one thing i love is a perfectly cooked medium rare steak... and a handgun, but ill take steak first

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ahhh yes... the one thing i do own that i love is my handgun... H&K USP .40 light, accurate as hell, and packs a punch. even has a spot cut for putting in a laser sight...

but like i said, ill take steak first

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H&K USP .40 S&W.... a nice piece.... I like GLOCK too...

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Guest Grayfox

ok folks, lets keep this topic on track.

if you want to post about weapons, i started a topic here

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Pepper mill. Yup I love my pepper mill too. Fresh ground pepper has so much more taste than McCormicks Black Pepper you buy in the store.

I currently have Target's gourmet peppercorn blend which consists of Malabar Black from India, Indonesian Muntok White, Ros├® Pink, and green peppers form Brazil. Good stuff.

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Guest Shingen

American-made BC Rich Warlock

Custom, handmade, 24 fret neck-thru solid mahogony body, ebony inverted crucifix inlays, solid black.

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Seymour Duncan humbucker pickups.

Floyd Rose tremolo.

Powered by a Gold series 2203 Marshall head atop a stack of 2 cases of 12" Black Widow speakers.

Pure power!

[ 04-09-2004, 04:23 PM: Message edited by: Shingen ]

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Shingen, I want to have your babies..........

I love my personal mixing board. I've got a used Mackie 1402-VLZ, and the thing is one of the best mixers I've ever touched. It came with a shorted Ch. 1 Slider, but I've fixed it since I got it, and it works like it's never had an issue.

I wish I had 2 cases of Black Widow's... but I'd probably get kicked out of the dorm

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My most prized possesion?

A 5-foot long plush toy of a white Pernese dragon named Ruth. A friend of mine made it for me, and me being the PERN fan I am, I cant get rid of it

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Cadburry's fruit & nut chocolate bars. It's one thing from my childhood that I'll never forget. My father used to bring them home and let us eat pieces of them ....just a square or two... i guess that's what made it such a treat.

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