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  1. I have a harbor freight 5 drawer tool cart for my mechanics tools. Brake jobs, oil changes, suspension work, along with that a 3 ton jack and jack stands. For my IT and home infrastructure I have a Milwaukee Packout with all my low voltage work tools, think light electrical and terminations. Wood working stuff is kinda placed on a homemade shelf. My welding cart houses my welder, grinders, consumables, hand tool related to welding. Lawn care stuff has a shelf other than the lawn mower. Car wash stuff/pressure washer has a shelf. It really comes down to what you skill is and what you want to tackle. I don’t agree with the fella saying quality doesn’t matter because it absolutely does. Case and point, my Milwaukee m12 1/2 inch impact wrench was worth every penny I paid for it. The m12 line is huge and really a home run all around. That said I also have dewalt stuff, I have one off harbor freight stuff. If you don’t need the tool regularly, sure cheap and dirty will get you by but for core tools spend some coin and maintain them and they’ll treat you well. Think about the boots you wear on the train, a comfortable pair of all day/all week boots costs some money but pays off when you’re on your feet all day.

  2. The traffic, the NIMBY culture, the MAGAtts, the cost, it’s hell on earth. Proceed to downvote.

  3. It's so interesting to me that kids have totally different bodily functions at different times of the day.

  4. I agree. Our daughter has like three mode right now, sleep, hungry/gassy and curious. I’m fortunate enough to be home with my wife and daughter for these first few weeks of her life and it’s been invaluable. I’ve learned tons about her habits, her needs and it going to pay off when my wife goes back to work and I take the rest of my family leave. I’m by no means an expert but no one is when they start a family. Everyone’s got advice, most of it I don’t take just based on how I’ve seen the children of the people offering it. These two guys that told me about Mylacon, I trust them.

  5. The range of advice! My gosh. Polar opposites at times!! Yes. I'm taking my 8 weeks off. I can technically do more, but want to save the others for the holidays.

  6. Yea everybody knows best when you’re not even asking it seems. Again my method is if they’ve raised wild animals, it doesn’t even make it in one ear to go out the other. But the other side is I had a shitty home life as a child so my blueprint of what not to do came from life experience. My goal is to not be my own father in any way shape or form. Because of that I hold myself to an impossibly high standard even when my wife and the rest of our family doesn’t. Almost to a fault. I constantly worry that I’m gonna slip and fuck it up. It’s draining but it’s how I keep myself in line and know I’m going to give my all to my marriage, my wife as our daughters mother and my daughter as her father. What’s funny is our daughter was 2 weeks early, I had her due date as D-Day in my mind. I had things I needed to do, experiences I wanted to have, friends to see, gatherings, etc, we got a lot of them in, but her coming early actually was one of the best thing that could happen because it helped me to see that no amount of planning and preparation is going to matter. Shit changes in an instant and in my eyes, that’s what parenting is about, adapting and overcoming the next challenge. Embracing the suck, and just taking in these little creatures for everything that they are. Their honesty. Their dependence. It’s an experience unlike any other.

  7. Look into getting a pack of windi gas relief that will help as well. The first four months are the hardest it’s kinda funny the album that put my kiddos to bed when they where babies was undertow by tool. Walk by Pantera was another one of there favorites. We always used to joke saying “music to soothe the savage beasts” but the heavy music was the only thing that worked for them. I have four kids under six I still remember the no sleep times and feeling like the days and months bleed together but I wouldn’t change it for the world. And as she gets older your going to have more fun playing with legos or taking her fishing it only gets better from here.

  8. Thank you brother. She’s worth every minute. Both my ladies are my everything.

  9. This reads like an ad-piece for Mylacon. In any case, congratulations on the kid

  10. The fact your elephant doesn't have any creases is impressive in itself.

  11. A few suggestions. Stack a few pads so you can pull the soiled ones out during poopsplosions and still have coverage. Putting just one down is asking for trouble.

  12. Decided against the diaper genie and went with some other airtight vessel with the intention of emptying regularly

  13. All parents are different and have their own houserules that you have to respect even tho they might sound dumb to you or you see them different. Seems like you crossed a line without ecen knowing it in advance. It is a good idea to try making it up with the dad. I would suggest go there in a humbly manner and ask for a conversation with the dad from man to man. Then you can appologize for disrespecting his houserules and ask him how to make up for your mistake. Also you could tell him your intrntions with his daughter on the long run if you have serious interest in your gerlfriend for the long run. Be polite, be humble and be respectfull. Best of luck.

  14. My wife’s parents are old school conservative type and I am very much not, before we moved in together there was a sit down to talk about my intentions. It felt like the 1400s to me but it made them feel better about something that was not the norm to them.

  15. My 4 year old loves Metallica, Spiritbox, and Unleash The Archers. She’s been listening to metal since the womb.

  16. Iwrestledabearonce > spiritbox. Just sayin. Courtney has some pipes but her best work was with bear for sure, and the original singer in bear was arguably even better than her.

  17. My little one has been listening to the Dillinger escape plan, meshuggah, Superjoint ritual, pantera, and of course Tool and Puscifer since the womb. I’ve been slowly working that back since she been home but the lullaby’s have been a nice break for mama who’s not at all a metal head like me

  18. I’m about to join you (next couple of weeks)! Any advice about the birth?

  19. Be involved, help your wife/girlfriend/child’s mother as much as possible. If she plans to and can breastfeed, it can, doesn’t always but can take some time before the baby latches, before she’s producing enough, if your baby’s anything like mine it will sleep for like 20 hours for a couple days afterwards, this was kinda scary cause she lost quite a bit of weight, we’d do everything we could to wake her and she would just fall back asleep. Have patience if your partner is getting discouraged, understand mom needs a lot of things and one of those things might be you acting as a cheerleader. If you’re fortunate enough to have an extended period of time with your newborn, be present, send mom/partner to sleep while you handle the baby, while they both sleep, clean the house up, go to the pharmacy and get moms meds, get that laundry going, get to the grocery store and health willing get her whatever food she’s been craving, a cold cut sandwich, a medium rare burger, a runny egg…. My best advice is if mom is your wife, love her more that you did the day you got married and make sure she feels that shit all over. Labor and birth is a fucking wild ride and mom deserves some time in the spotlight afterwards.

  20. Try Twins in bayshore. If they don’t they will honestly point you in the direction of a trustworthy doc that does but I think they treat all animals

  21. Such a pleasant guy. I wish he would do more full sized car projects, but he has his channel down to an art.

  22. I’ve learned a lot from him when it comes to small engines. Yea cool fella

  23. If you knew these guys, you would understand …😂😂

  24. Rocco Colucci is a wannabe wise guy. And last time I interacted with him a pretty heavy pill head. You may remember years ago a man was arrested in syosset for discharging his rifle around thanksgiving, that was him.

  25. 7-Eleven has never failed to make mouth water, I drool at the thought authentic italian subs. No sub can ever compete with the masterpiece that is the 7-Eleven italian sub.

  26. If you’re lookin for a hoagie just head over to Jimmy John’s or jersey mikes. I hear they’re all the rage for those.

  27. I second the impact wrench. I keep a m12 stubby in my road box, with some impact sockets.

  28. I run a smith and Wesson pen that’s been solid. I actually keep two, one in my bag and one in my truck.

  29. Which control systems do you work with? While I was doing blanket Low voltage AV one of my favorite tools was the dewalt gyroscopic screwdriver for rack building.

  30. This is my old Gerber, I've had it longer than i can remember. I'd like to try to find a pocket clip for it so I can carry it again (belt pouches don't really work for me).

  31. TRD OR 4x4, have it mostly stock, with the only upgrade being new AT tires. I’d like to do more, but I’m kinda broke rn, transitioning from military to civ life and not the greatest time. But eventually I’ll get there.

  32. Thank you for your service brotha. My truck is a bone stock 4x4. Couldn’t be happier with it. It’s super capable on and off road. Only reason I wish I got a tundra is fitting a baby seat in the back is tough.

  33. MP600 gettin it done. I keep one in my truck and one in my bag.

  34. Your mower is pulling a mower? I've never seen a setup like this.

  35. She’s just hoping it’ll put her in early labor and she’ll be done carrying a baby.

  36. Fuck Zeldin and his bootlicking Trump loving cult that supports him. Hochel is gonna destroy him in the election, the primary numbers tell you everything you need to know. I not saying she’s great but better than someone that has their nose stuck so far up a treasonous ex “president’s” ass.

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