@yakkoTDI@ybmuG They’s probably sell monopoly money, Uncle Wriggly money, money from countries where inflation is 300%, Cambodian money where 1000 riel is worth about one USA quarter… even at half price for the Cambodian money they wouldn’t lose much.
@Kyeh@mike808@romellex@tinamarie1974 the tall ones look like alternatives to waders. So if you were standing in a creek fishing they probably wouldn’t be too hot. But I’m sure your friends would roast you.
/youtube shut up and fish
@Kyeh@mike808@tinamarie1974 I mean… Even if she was from Alabama that’s a little messed up. So would be calling everyone from Alabama backwards/inbred. That’s a large geographical area to make that assertion.
@Kyeh@mike808@tinamarie1974 I get your trope. It’s not a particularly good trope but. Yes it exists. The current mass owner of said trope should be a guy from new York but regardless you took a trope that is meant to disparage a large group of people. You seem to be weirdly fixated on southern states. then you choose to pivot all that weirdness down to a specific user.
@mehcuda67 We just had to deal with people panic buying gas due to the gas shortages on the east coast (everything is fine here in Texas…except that EVERYONE decided they needed to fill up their cars. Fortunately (mostly) just their cars.). Now you want us to send you all of our air?
/giphy bad idea
@gt0163c@Kidsandliz@mehcuda67 Texas probably panic bought all the gas they needed when their grid failed due to mismanagement so they have no space for more. I haven’t seen a line at a gas station since I’ve owned a car. So 20 years.
@unksol C3 to B&D adapters exist; keep the tool, use a B&D 20v max lithium battery (and charger) instead. A DeWalt option exists too.
Or sell them on eBay and move on. For some reason, folks pay a good amount of money for those.
The Kobalt 24v lineup is already ODM by Chervon (note the spelling) for Lowe’s, so offering Flex is logical since they’re also carrying Skil already. This is in direct comparison and competition to Home Depot and their relations to TTi’s brands and lineup – Ryobi (Skil) for the entry level, Ridgid (Kobalt) for the middle, and Milwaukee (Flex) for the high-end.
SBD (Stanley Black and Decker) is the company that should be worrying now, as they don’t have WalMart for marketing B&D tools anymore and has Lowe’s offering competing products within their own store against Craftsman and DeWalt; they haven’t given much attention to Porter Cable and I don’t expect them to nowadays.
@narfcake I have no issue with my C3 or plan to sell them. I just can’t get new tools so will need a new platform some day.it might be a long time before I need to and having two sets of batteries/chargers is not a big deal.
I was probably going Ryobi for homeowner but rigid has that warranty lol. but I figured you’d have the download.
If you need the extra power, Ridgid is worth the premium, especially with the lifetime service agreement. For value and the variety of tools on one platform, it’s hard to beat Ryobi.
I personally went with Skil to replace the Porter Cable NiCad tools I have. Even though most of what I have do not qualify (as they were mostly purchased from Amazon Warehouse for half the price or less), the fact that they can offer a 5 year warranty means they’re confident about its quality and durability.
@narfcake I generally in my head start with will they support the battery/platform then what’s the tool selection. Maybe we are past that first one. they used to randomly make up new ones that were the same but lie about the voltage and I can replace the lithium 18650 anyway.
Maybe they have stopped. Ryobi also seems to sell a ton of batteries for “cheap”
And yeah battery adapters for the slide style are easy to get. Our library in bumbfuck nowhere has a good 3d printer I just found out. They have a whole “makers” center
Ok. It’s 1400 for the town down the road and 50K for the county. So not quite bumbfuck south Dakota
I’d LOVE a CRYPTO-RATHON!! Maybe even have Elon Musk host it since he did a pretty decent stint on SNL recently. Make it so your purchases are in Real-Time and make sure we receive them in a fancy new Crypto Wallet!!
@tinamarie1974 yes it was a was a cute guinea pig and my first thought was “you know they eat those” but I decided that was a bad thing to say about a pet and just stared it. I think I’ve had almost all the common rodents
@tinamarie1974 we had hamsters and they did impressive escapes
One of Lschool teachers had an orny gerbil that that bit and a nervous hedge hog but since my mom was the school nurse/got paid to stay to after care some days it was her class room. So they were cool if I held them for the kids to pet. But otherwise no touchy. I was fine if they bit/balled up on me.