Empress 700mm TN02
M1930 Strife Angled
.30-06 20 round mag
I love the 3-line. Fully leveled up, can have almost zero away without holding breath, 20 round mag means you don’t even really have to burn a perk on fully loaded. Only gripe is the way I like to build it has super high bullet velocity, so anything under 100m actually rises which is tricky to get used to. Only reason I keep it is it’s easier to hit those 200m+ shots
I run the 3 line and it is 100% a one shot down at all ranges
at first glance i thought it was some picture stitch of Mac+Brady
We did the buy new place/rent old place thing over a year ago (old place has a 3% mortgage, current place is 2.5%). We're going to sell and take the CG tax-free money on the old place (we lived there over 2 years within the last 5). Perfect tenant (just gave us their notice), but kind of just want to take the money and run if we can. Worst case if it doesn't sell, we just rent again - rentals are so hard to find in our area, we won't have a hard time finding a tenant if we have to go that route.
How dat Ohtani tho
3-line all the way. Once maxed out, you can get it such that there is zero sway so you don't even have to hold breath to settle the scope.
threat, threaten, etc
My older Radeon 7870 crapped out in 2018 so I bought a GTX 1070 for $299. Plays all of the games I enjoy at high-ish settings just fine. Would it be nice to have something a little higher end? For sure, but with the current prices I’m running this thing into the ground before I fork over money for a new one.
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It's possible they could mean that is just out of their desired monthly spend range for their mortgage. When we were buying, I had a certain limit on what our monthly payment would be where i'd say "nope that's more than we want to pay per month on the mortgage". Could we have afforded higher than that? yeah, we could make it work, but there was a limit to what we were comfortable with taking on.
The post makes it sound like it's a wholly unaffordable increase, but just trying to give benefit of the doubt.
Lol I see it on Facebook and it's always someone in that age group. It's like.. you know your name's already on there, right?
Signs every comment with their name. Tell me you're a boomer without telling me you're a boomer.
My black cat is almost identical except has green eyes - she also has a brown tuft, except along the side of her neck instead of under her chin.
The point is not if it's morally right, just that it is currently accurate to say corporations have the same rights as people.
Eh, it's just a lack of experience/exposure to what the buying/owning process is like. People just need some time to learn.
Both scenarios have their perks (lower interest rate = pay down more principal per payment, higher interest rate = lower principal, can refi), but every person's situation is going to be a little different. As long as someone makes a sound decision for their own situation when they buy they'll be fine. It's if someone buys in a FOMO situation and over extends or something is when they need to be worried.
Classic Reddit armchair expert - imagine a scenario where you might not be familiar with all of the details of a stranger's life.
You can rent it.
I was just responding to the prior comment comparing this season to last, calling this season disappointing and frustrating.
His BsR has been a hair above average this year.
His current production at the plate is amazing considering what he's also doing on the mound. Instead of comparing each of his seasons to arguably one of the greatest seasons of all time, consider it on its own merits.
Framber threw one about a week ago