Boiled up in an old spaghetti can and served in a baked bean can?LTIL = for Fathers day I scored a coffee snobs showbag, I think I have found my perfect coffee for morning espresso, Brazil Bourbon. Now to spend $10k on equipment so I can enjoy it on more levels, glaven.
Nah, I'll stick to the ghetto method where the slums got so much soul.
I left in excess of three months of cumulative building waste out for council cleanup (over 500kg of cladding, villa board, concrete flooring, roof sheet offcuts, steel frame leftovers) and came back to this sight this evening:
I gave myself a 0.00001% chance of success, was prepared to pay for a skip bin but gave it a go.
It was piled up super neatly, perhaps that's why? But no way did it look like household cleanup items
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My mum lives on Pacific Crescent, my grandparents and my great grandmother also lived there. I love that place. Your place looks like it's on the high side of Pacific Cres which prompted me to ask but I might be wrong.Yeah mate - 17 years. What your relationship with this little bit 'o paradise?
Its funny when big retail gets butt hurt and makes a big deal out of living up to their guarantees.Went to Bunnings today to buy a jigsaw.
Didn't like the price of the LXT cordless jobbie, so I did a quick google for a better price online. Shirt-fronted the poor bloke at the Cust. Serv. desk with my phone in hand.
After a bit of negotiating & more googling and a call to another office to verify model numbers - BOOM! Price matched plus 10% = more than $70 off their sticker price!
hehe....take that big retailer!
Staticice.com.au is also good.Price matching works really well for tech stuff. Shops always have some wiggle room. I used the shopbot.com.au site when I bought a designers tablet, (a computer thing) the shops sticker price was $800 and I paid $500, seller was happy, they made 10% margin and moved slow stock.