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  1. Daniel Burch

    Daniel Burch TheGreedyPinstripes

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    You show up here.. you post.

    Bottom line bitches!
     
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    Daniel Burch TheGreedyPinstripes

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    am I dumb for just paying 70 bucks for a trash can for my kitchen?
     
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    ^ Yes and welcome to the club. I paid $90 at Bed, Bath, Beyond, & Bullshit for mine.
     
  4. Daniel Burch

    Daniel Burch TheGreedyPinstripes

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    I bought mine at wal mart...lol. Its pretty cool though. Its stainless steel and fingerprint resistant. Its also got a automatic lid shut thing on it thats run by an oil pressure switch kind of thing. Basically it closes itself slow so it doesnt slam. Overkill?
     
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    ^ I think we have the same garbage can bro and you paid $20 less than me. Is it "simplehuman"?
     
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    Daniel Burch TheGreedyPinstripes

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    http://www.walmart.com/ip/Canopy-45-Liter-Half-Moon-Step-Can/15728016

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    The Canopy 45 Liter Half Moon Step Can will be a smart and efficient addition to your kitchen, washroom, study, or any other room. The elegant brushed stainless steel silver finish and the classic design will be a welcome change from the usual trash cans that are available in the market today. The 45-Liter kitchen trash can is capable of going days without any need to be cleared.
    The trash can's design is capable of securing tall 13-gallon trash bags with relative ease. The stay-open lid is also an added feature of this trash can. It also is one of the few trash cans to have fingerprint resistant coating, thus greatly reducing the chances of finding smudges and marks on the outside. The step can includes a fully integrated pedal, as well as the option for a lid finger lift. In addition, the trash can includes a removable inner pail for added convenience. The large storage trash can is solidly built and has a non-skid base.
    Canopy 45-Liter Half Moon Step Can:
    • Secures bag in place
    • Stay-open lid
    • Non-skid base
    • Brushed Stainless Finish
    • Fingerprint resistant
    • Convenient lid finger lift
    • Fully integrated pedal
    • Includes removable inner pail
    • Uses tall 13-gallon bags
    • Dimensions: 16"L x 19"W x 27"H (41 cm x 48 cm x 68.6 cm)
     
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    ^ Lol. I got the model right before this one, which is why it cost me $90 bucks. It looks just like this one:

    http://www.bedbathandbeyond.com/product.asp?SKU=12968280


    simplehuman® Rectangular 38-Liter Fingerprint Proof Stainless Steel Step-On Trash Can



    This fingerprint proof, stainless steel step-on can has an unusual shape that will make it a great addition to your home. It features an extra wide opening that accommodates bulky items and can fit flush against a wall. It has a stainless steel platform pedal, which makes for a wider step area and for easier use. The power-assisted pedal makes it easy to open. Hideaway frame lets you change bags quickly and conceals the overhang, while lock-back lid allows lid to stay open when you're cleaning up. Rotary dampener closes lid quietly. Holds 38 liters. Measures approximately 25 3/4" H x 15 4/5" W x 12 1/2" D. For use with Code J bin liners. 10-year warranty.​
     
  8. Daniel Burch

    Daniel Burch TheGreedyPinstripes

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    so I got 2 more liters for 20 less bucks...

    God Loves Wal Mart
     
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    Daniel Burch TheGreedyPinstripes

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    Dude...

    Halo Combat Evolved Anniversary Edition.... godly

    I never played the original so you can see what kind of amazement im in right now lol
     
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    ^ lol. Spending all day tomorrow playing Assassins Creed. Never played any of them before.
     
  11. Daniel Burch

    Daniel Burch TheGreedyPinstripes

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    Fall has been killing me on Video Games.

    Battlefield 3
    Batman Arkham City
    Modern Warfare 3
    Gears Of War 3

    Not to mention im working on 100% my Bully Scholarship edition, whatever games I get from gamefly, mixing in sports games when I can, etc.

    Im not a fan of assassins creed although ive only played the first one.
     
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    ^ I'm going to try it. I love the concept it. Like God of War. Love the concept.
     
  13. Daniel Burch

    Daniel Burch TheGreedyPinstripes

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    you love the concept, like god of war? or were you comparing assassins creed to god of war?
     
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    Was saying I love both concepts--the God of War one and the Assassins Creed one. Separate concepts but I like them both...
     
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    Daniel Burch TheGreedyPinstripes

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    Yeah I could agree with that. The concept is good in Assassins Creed, it just bored me to death. The controls, at first anyway, were complicated and didnt exactly respond the way I would like. Everyone says the second one is golden compared to the first though so I dunno.

    I might try it one day, but that one day will be some time from now.
     
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    Daniel Burch TheGreedyPinstripes

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    I made the LoHud Yankees Blog! After all these years of work, I made one of the Yankees best blogs.

    Well... not as a player, coach, or anything worth a shit. But I'm there. Check the red circle in the pic.

    LOL

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    Daniel Burch TheGreedyPinstripes

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    you fail in so many ways...
     
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    Dammit. It showed up at first. Oh well, don't know where to host it. All it was was a screen shot of LoHud, and I circled where they show tweets from Yankee beat writers, and Marc Craig had retweeted something of mine.
     
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    Daniel Burch TheGreedyPinstripes

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    Id be more impressed if it was something retweeted from the Yankees DSP twitter, lol. Thats cool though, no doubt. What was it? Do you remember?
     

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