post your latest purchase


#2901

Got this T-shirt


#2902

:rofl: awesome


#2903

Cleveland CG14 Black Pearl 52° and 60° wedges

http://www.golfxpress.de/catalog/images/cleveland_cg14_black_pearl_.jpg


#2904

Where do I get that???


#2905

Ignorant hick apparel.com


#2906

you must’ve missed at the bottom of the shirt where it says tshirtasylum.net?


#2907

That would be correct reading>me


#2908

millermatic 211

http://a.imageshack.us/img508/9304/005gn.jpg


#2909

damn that is a badass machine. congrats!


#2910

that’s a nice welder… i looked at that one and then cheaped out and got a hobart


#2911

jeff where do you get your gas filled?

i’ll probably get a tank from valley national tomorrow. I’m thinking 80Cu Ft is about the max i wanna put on that cart


#2912

i deal with vinces in carnegie. welding gas in the meadowlands is cheap but little bit of a hike but you own the bottles there no lease. with smaller bottles you can buy them at vince’s. the tall bottles you have ot lease every year.


#2913

CPA Review


#2914

What firm do you work for? I just finished my CPA up last fall. The Becker stuff was amazing. I used an old set from Bisk for BEC, AUD and FAR, but after taking REG three times with Bisk, I switched to Becker and it was a lot easier. Good luck on the exams!


#2915

i set it up at work today with a small tank of c25

i figure this way it’s more portable between home and work

http://a.imageshack.us/img265/171/photo0054u.jpg


#2916

Is that Faygo Moon Mist on your box?


#2917

diet dew :rofl:


#2918

Nice welder. The small bottles are a PITA unless you’re moving it around a lot, and it sounds like you’re going to.

Vince’s fills CO2 tanks for use in beer tap systems for Essex dist., IIRC. Damn nice little CO2 bottles, always clean and new.

Meadowlands is where I get mine filled now, and it was less than $25 for 5 + 10 lbs. of two bottles of CO2 last time I went. Can’t beat that. Their welding gas prices were similarly competitive.


#2919

it’s senseless for me to set up a dedicated rig in one place. I’m only a mechanic and really fabrication isn’t necessary in a dealership… i’m always looking to be more versatile, though


#2920

Thanks! I just graduated in May and did the Becker Fastpass program from mid May-July; and have been looking for my first entry-level accounting gig. Haven’t had a whole lot of success yet, seeing as how most firms hiring for “entry level” accounting positions still want 1-3yrs experience. Factor in the recession and high unemployment w/ a lot of much more experienced people competing for the same lower-level accounting jobs isn’t helping much either. Hopefully I’ll land something soon & pass the CPA exam so I can climb the ladder faster.