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  1. I was surprised at how open the game was at times. Fun to watch. Didnt watch Suarez but man what a fall over the last year.
  2. Bio major will be tough. I was a bio major with a chem minor. My typical semester was 17 credit hours with the 2 lab sciences. The labs count 1 credit hour but were 3-4 hours each a week, which really makes it tough. I highly recommend taking at least 1 lab science per summer to ease up the workload. Find a much cheaper (and hopefully easier) college where the credits transfer to do it at. I know a lot of people who took classes like organic chem where the courses were much easier. Plus it helps when it's the only class you are taking.
  3. I knew a guy that had it in Virginia. He started buying A LOT. And eventually he started to sell A LOT. The ATF did start to hassle him as a result, and he did let it expire after he made the majority of purchases he wanted, didn't know he wanted, and eventually realized he didn't want. im guessing unless you are a big collector like him, you probably won't be on the ATF's radar.
  4. Take as much of the low interest loans as you might need when considering the 4 year commitment. Maybe you don't need it this year but will it impact year 3? best advice I can give is to tell her to treat college like an investment. Do what you love means do whatever it takes to get the job you love, not taking easy majors and loving the social aspect (can still do the latter though much less frequently). if she makes the right investment, there's these groups of private lenders who will pay off the monster interest rate loans and give you less than half the original. This needs to be done ASAP when graduating otherwise you turn all the eventual interest into the principle. These private lenders only do this for NYC lawyers, doctors starting fellowships, etc etc. She has to make herself a good, fool proof investment. My wife and I both finished grad school in 2013 and we are another year or 2 away. We're driving the same car from undergrad and haven't even considered kids so we could dump as much money into the student loans as possible. There is no magical way to get it done but there are infinite ways to screw it up. I don't want to make it sound too scary at such an exciting time. Undergrad was the best years of my life. If she's only graduating with a few thousand per year in loans then you've set her up literally 100x better than the average college student. Good luck!
  5. I can't believe this is even up for vote. Including what GFL just said, waffles actually hold your butter and syrup, unlike pancakes where it just slides right off and the bottom one gets super soggy. I love pancakes but come on. This is worse than the pork roll vs not pork roll discussion.
  6. Hey all, I wanted to copy and paste post this from another forum that I'm also a member of in NC. Not sure if it's the right section. I think this is a good cause that can expand our 2a numbers into non traditional groups. "I’m collecting unwanted/unused gun locks to send to Maj Toure. He runs Black Guns Matter, in which he travels around the US to promote gun safety. If you have any locks which you dont use, please send them to me: CFF PO Box 676 Kannapolis, NC 28082 For more info on Maj: https://www.carolinafirearmsforum.c...-“school-self-defense-act”.27735/#post-475802 Thanks Everyone"
  7. My ammo stores tend to be at extremes. During sales, I buy a few thousand at a time and have a lot. But if a particular ammo doesn't go on sale for awhile then I get very low since I also shoot a lot, especially with the more popular calibers. Ive shot my ARs maybe 400-500 rounds per month and think I'm under 200 rounds left. Was hoping to stock up on Memorial Day but only saw the same sales I've seen the last few months. Maybe 4th will be my time. I rarely have more than 100 of 308 at a time. I don't shoot more than 20-40 per month max, but not as often until a bit before deer season.
  8. Chapel Hill is a college town so be careful with that. Best 4 years of my life were there so not trying to discourage you, but it is super liberal and hipster. Super expensive. my senior year they quit running buses from Durham to chapel Hill and that cut down on the crime significantly. Prior to that you didn't want to go off the beaten path. The senior class president was murdered as part of a gang initiation. A lot of my friends knew her and it was devastating for the university. They ramped up police presence to one of the highest in the country after.
  9. Property is very expensive in the better school districts, but they are here. Also, while some of the schools perform poorly overall, they can be very strong at the top. My high school was middling, but had enormous resources from 6k students that allowed me to take 3x the AP courses than some of the better schools (I took 14, much more were available that I didn't take). If you were a high performing student, then you could get a quality education. You aren't going to find huge amounts of cheap land near great public schools anywhere in the country. people with kids tend to buy a separate, "farm" property that is a whopping one hour away. These will obviously be closer and cheaper than any available farm properties in NJ. I won't get into the reasons why there are terrible schools at the bottom in the south that bring down the averages or why that bottom is so large. It's really a whole separate thread.
  10. They had federal XM 556 at 18 cpr with free shipping for a few. It sold out almost immediately. I put an alert on it and will post if it comes back.
  11. You can click all those sites from the list and set up an email alert when it becomes available. Good luck.
  12. https://gun.deals/search/apachesolr_search/5802%2B
  13. I'm always blown away at NJ FFL fees. I think a few of the vendors on here are around $30, which isn't bad. My FFL here in NC is $15.
  14. Mari kart never gets old. Best part is pretty much everyone knows how to play it. My old n64 still gets a lot of use when people come over.
  15. It was $5.85 per box. Deal was short apparently.