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@bebeb 974751 wrote:
Cool ,cool ideas .still benefit a lot from it and I wish I’ve read it in 2007 .
Why is that? Did you have another child that graduated in 2007? I just replied to your post here about your son wanting a skateboard, I’m thinking you could still use this post above in the next couple of years!
@bebeb 964921 wrote:
My son asked for a retro skateboard for his birthday. My cousin wants to give me a couple pair of old ones but my son doesn’t want to take them all(his bro likes it very much) ,he is just wanting a new one ,I am thinking of getting a new Retro Skateboard but was wondering if they are good.
I don’t want to cost too much at childs’ birthday ,he is not interesting in these things for long time ,maybe a few days no more than a month .So I searched this one ,it looks not bad and costs not much .
Is there anyone who has experience with the retro skateboard ,please give me some advice ,any suggestions will be appreciated.What’s your budget for childs’ gift ? Thank you.
Given the link you shared, I would probably purchase the Velocity board with aluminum trucks. It will hold up the best long term. Does he like a narrow or wide board?
How much of each of the ingredients are we supposed to use? This recipe seems really vague & I don’t really want to waste ingredients unnecessarily. Could you please be more specific on the amounts you use?
I didn’t think of this before, but if you’re using DRIED beans and not FRESH beans, here’s how to get them ready for the recipe above:
Rinse and sort 1 POUND of beans, place into stockpot with just enough water to cover them, plus about an inch. Bring to a boil, cover and turn off the burner. Let soak covered for one hour, drain and set aside.
2 pound Bag Fresh Green Lima Beans Sorted And Washed
1 Tablespoon Salt
1 teaspoon Black Pepper
1 stick Butter
1 whole Medium Sweet Onion, Chopped
3 cups Water
6 strips Uncooked Bacon Or 2 Tablespoons Bacon Drippings
Dump everything into the crockpot, stir it together and then put it on high for 4-6 hours- stir it about halfway through if you can.