Discussion in 'Everything Else' started by Reign Blood, Aug 15, 2016.
cox was down all over the valley last night. I don't have cable so when internet is down, it sucks!
On the corner of University and Menaul there's a Little Anita's that has all you can eat menudo for about $6. No idea if it's good... I eat beans and red chili, menudo is for a hangover and I don't drink...... btw, I love the breakfast at Garcia's... bacon, eggs, beans and red chili
Si estes crudo, quiero que tu disfrutes la comida....
Menudo por los crudos.
I gave up drinking but Menudo is tasty to me.
Weck's only has Posole, I think that taste worse than menudo.
There is a Little Anitas on Mountain and Rio Grande, I will check to see if they have the same deal.
@Ronin , I ate at this little dive in Alamogordo over the weekend. Rellenos were awesome... sopapillas dusted with cinnamon and sugar were killer.
When Cox is down, I get to take time off of work, so while it DOES suck (nothing fun to do with my downtime) I did get an extra hour off from work yesterday.
I was wondering what was happening last night. Everything was super slow to load or didn’t load at all. The feeling of not being able to connect to the internet is a very weird helpless feeling.
My garage door opener sounds like a velociraptor, pretty sure I wake up my neighbors when I open the garage.
My dads solution: WD40
My response to his solution—>
One of the A.R.T buses was in a wreck.
What a debacle this whole ART is. I avoid Central like the plague... except for Garcia's and the Dog House near 12th
I have this same exact issue with my garage. Call me dumb but I don’t understand your reaction to your dads solution? Is that a good or bad solution? Lol. Like will it make it too slippery or something?
WD-40 is not a lubricant. Use a silicon lubricant spray.
Maybe because WD-40 is not a lubricant. You should use a silicone based spray lubricant. Or if the door is starting to "bend", you need a garage door horizontal truss to strengthen your door. (especially if it "POPS" going up or down.
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