My old roommate had 80k in loans, and 29k in interest/fees. It’s simply not worth it. Somehow he has a house and a new car. I’m not very financially responsible, but I definitely make my school loan payment before I eat for the month.
That's the idea. Buy them small, trade in at LFS when they grow out. Rinse and repeat.
This guy had been at the LFS for a while in a tiny acrylic cube, so I didn't feel too guilty about putting it into a 3' long tank with plenty of run out space and rock to graze on.
I see your point and you do have one, but you have to consider the water volume as well. Dwarf Angels create a lot of waste. When they make minimum tank suggestions, they are to accommodate adult fish. Flames are really susceptible to stress, you may want to look into Yellowtails/Pygmy/Flamebacks when you trade in.
Sal’s in Brentwood is my favorite take-out. Not City House or Desanos, but better than 5 points.
I’m not sure of your demo, but WT101 is probably too rough unless people regularly drink bourbon. I would definitely stick to something 80 proof as people are going to be mixing it predominantly. Think of all the half drank glasses at 11:30 at every wedding you’ve been to. Beam, Jack or the like. Maybe a case of rye for the trues.
I remember playing a game called rise of the robots, that took 16 floppy disks each time to install. and it was too big to keep so we had to reinstall it each time to play
Dude I have been trying to remember the name of this game forever
If it’s under store warranty, usually 14 days, take it back. If it’s under manufacturer warranty, it’s going to be more of a question whether it’s worth getting it fixed or living with dead pixels.
I bought it off an ebay store in NJ. I live in California.
When playing it is not a big issue. But when it is a white or bright screen I noticed it. I don’t know if it is a dead pixel.
Pretty positive sure that’s what it is, not to be short again but you get what you pay for. TCL uses bottom of the barrel components.