Been there, done that. Pretty easyto get a small object in the corner of the zipper and move it up enough to use a finger. Crawling into the car is the hard part. What would you have done if you had a NB glass window top that doesn't zip down? Hmmmmm
Once I figured out how to push the zipper open, it was pretty easy. If I had a non-zip-up window, I would have gone with my second plan of having my friend's GF drive the 40 minutes back to my house to get my spare key.
Originally Posted by levnubhin
You guys lock your doors?!
Generally, no. But I was leaving my car for a whole day, so I was being cautious, and it bit me in the ***.
I hate when I'm waiting for a text all excited and ****. Then my phone goes 'pop' and its just a mt.net post. Oh that wasn't your response to 'what is two fingers and pull?' its just this ******' guido posting in the random thread. It kills me.
I had the exact same thought. ******** probably deserved it just on general principles.
I love "member days" at MSR-C. It's a hoarde of dentists and attorneys in Porsches and Ferraris with matching fire suits, dry cleaned. It's always the same story too, "the green Miata is crowding me/flashing his lights/overdriving, he's dangerous."
Woot! Just picked up a Toshiba 55'' LCD. I was going to wait for my tax return, but who can turn down no interest for 36 month financing. Plus I can pay most of it off as soon as I get my return, and it will help my credit, so yay! Pretty nice TV. 55g300u model, not the exact one I was going in planning on getting, but it was out of stock, and this one is basically the same TV with more features for about $150 more. Everywhere I have seen it gets excellent reviews, 9/10 or better usually. Walked out of the store at ~$1480 with a 4 year plan covering it, to avoid a repeat of my Samsung episode.
It's funny... I've got an 11 year old 55" (4:3) Toshiba. One of the very first of the big HD sets. Triple-tube CRT rear projection (if anybody remembers life back before DLP and LCD). Still looks pretty good, actually. No burn and no uncorrectable divergence. Wish it had a VGA input, but it looks great on the component ports.
Thing is, being a rear-projector it's kind of heavy as hell and very awkward to move around. Lots of glass and wood. I bought it when I lived in Mason OH, and since then I have moved:
1: From Mason, OH to Maineville, OH
2: From Maineville, OH to Carlsbad, CA.
3: From Carlsbad, CA to Gainesville, FL
4: From Gainesville, FL to Port Charlotte, FL
5: From Port Charlotte, FL to San Diego, CA
6: From San Diego, CA to Carlsbad, CA
Every single time I've had to move this TV since #2, I've sworn to myself that it was going to be the last time and that I'd simply abandon it in place rather than move it again.