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      Hey... That's a good idea. PSA and Mitsubishi...

      Hey... That's a good idea. PSA and Mitsubishi could easily team up for a Galant sized car. The cars PSA builds are often economical and safe with competitive prices.
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      Someone thought a classic Wagoneer was a Rolls...

      Someone thought a classic Wagoneer was a Rolls Royce or a "Royce" so that was doing it wrong.
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      Mitsubishi has some appealing CUV's for people...

      Mitsubishi has some appealing CUV's for people who want a CUV who are not really car people.
      The prices are competitive and there's usually incentives. The ten year warranty and AWD are great...
    4. http://cdn.hiphopwired.com/wp-content/uploads/2010...

      http://cdn.hiphopwired.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/stop_snitching_figures45992a38b6db4307ae8d994b72aff5c10000_20100625230949_640_480.jpg
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      Yes, ketchup chips have always been a very...

      Yes, ketchup chips have always been a very popular flavor in Canada. Not as popular as the usual all dressed, salt and vinegar, etc yet it's probably in the top five if not top ten in terms of...
    6. With vehicles like the 90's Bonneville being...

      With vehicles like the 90's Bonneville being available with the 3.1 or 3800 I'd imagine a 3800 S/C would be an easier swap. The 3800 is not only robust, it can be modded to give quite a bit more...
    7. That is a pretty neat looking car. Plus, the...

      That is a pretty neat looking car. Plus, the furthest away from a car you could get in North America so it has the novelty factor.
    8. Thanks for the continued suggestions. I met with...

      Thanks for the continued suggestions.
      I met with a furnace instillation company today. I am fairly sold on a proper furnace for the cabin.
      I might do a lower cost furnace for the cabin and maybe...
    9. Not quite the clowns I'm afraid of. These...

      Not quite the clowns I'm afraid of.

      These
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      http://www.kingice.com/images/celebrity/Juggalos_s.jpg
    10. Bravo good sir.

      Bravo good sir.
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      As I'd have to spend quite a bit of time digging...

      As I'd have to spend quite a bit of time digging my BBQ out of the snow or buying cast iron I simply baked these on a cookie sheet in my oven.
      It's not the most elegant way, it may be the juiciest...
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      One of my favorite things that I make is burgers....

      One of my favorite things that I make is burgers. I should of taken some pictures of the quiche I made a few days ago as it was very pretty.

      So, I like eating a lot of burgers. One thing I don't...
    13. For the few of you that don't check Autoblog...

      For the few of you that don't check Autoblog several times a day here's several inside and out spy shots. The pictures are clear yet the vehicle is still covered inside and out with a lot of...
    14. I agree with you on all points. I have several...

      I agree with you on all points. I have several emails out to various heating places in Winnipeg and I will be discussing the options with them and then the family.

      Also, like what if we spend X...
    15. I've emailed a few Rinnai suppliers in Winnipeg,...

      I've emailed a few Rinnai suppliers in Winnipeg, there are none in the Gimli area apparently. If they're willing to take the hour long drive out there and not charge an insane fee to do so then who...
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      And finally an excuse to use these. ...

      And finally an excuse to use these.

      http://cdn.stripersonline.com/4/40/200x200px-ZC-4056fafa_girl-getting-hit-in-the-face-with-hotdogs-gif.gif
      http://i.imgur.com/GkEobFK.jpg...
    17. Thank you, was on the Rinnai website and I'm very...

      Thank you, was on the Rinnai website and I'm very intrigued. Will be discussing that with the other two owners (mom and brother).
      As far as storm windows, we had those but due to some new windows...
    18. Very good questions that I should of thought to...

      Very good questions that I should of thought to include in the OP.

      A traditional furnace with duct work. It's natural gas.
      Electric baseboards do seem expensive, I have them in my basement at...
    19. What is likely the upcoming minivan (based on the...

      What is likely the upcoming minivan (based on the shape and wheel covers) testing.
      The tail light that's visible seems to have some of the show car styling.
      I got this picture off of the V.I.S.I.T....
    20. Spring and Autumn Heating options - Your input please

      Hello OT, I hope everyone's week is off to a great start.
      A fun side note, today is Louis Riel day in Friendly Manitoba.
      Much of the rest of the country is celebrating "Family Day" though so good...
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