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    Today is now called “Cyber Monday”. Yay. Start a new thread.

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    A couple other things I bought on Black Friday sales, but not actually on Black Friday...

    2 Faucets, one for the kitchen and one for the laundry room, reg $239 for $86. Bought them yesterday.

    The Instant Pot electric pressure cooker I posted about in the thread fuego started about his. On sale for $65 reg $130. Sent daughter to go get it for me on Thursday when the sale started.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FireBrand View Post
    Today is now called “Cyber Monday”. Yay. Start a new thread.
    My favorite thing to do on Cyber Monday?

    Go to various sites and fill the shopping carts... then close out my browser and buy nothing.


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    Quote Originally Posted by John View Post
    Yeah, I remember that from living in Buffalo. The Canadians would come down to shop and not wanting to declare their purchases to customs on their way back through the border would jettison their old clothing in the parking lots. You could drive by a mall on any Monday morning and the parking lot would be strewn with old sneakers, jackets, etc.



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    Quote Originally Posted by A.J. View Post
    My favorite thing to do on Cyber Monday?

    Go to various sites and fill the shopping carts... then close out my browser and buy nothing.

    Oh man that’s funny.

    Dont you get bombarded with emails?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FireBrand View Post
    Oh man that’s funny.

    Dont you get bombarded with emails?
    Not really. Only from sites I like to keep track of... MSN Outlook divides the incoming into 3 - focused, other and junk. Really helps that the sorting is already done for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A.J. View Post
    A couple other things I bought on Black Friday sales, but not actually on Black Friday...

    2 Faucets, one for the kitchen and one for the laundry room, reg $239 for $86. Bought them yesterday.

    The Instant Pot electric pressure cooker I posted about in the thread fuego started about his. On sale for $65 reg $130. Sent daughter to go get it for me on Thursday when the sale started.
    That's a sweet deal.

    You'll find it's really simple. Basically all those buttons are pre-set times to cook the food. And you can also manually set the time. Only difference in that and old stove top one is it's electric. All you're really doing is choosing time to cook with those buttons. I thought there was a big mystery behind pressure cooking but there isn't. It's just pressure and time. lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuego View Post
    That's a sweet deal.

    You'll find it's really simple. Basically all those buttons are pre-set times to cook the food. And you can also manually set the time. Only difference in that and old stove top one is it's electric. All you're really doing is choosing time to cook with those buttons. I thought there was a big mystery behind pressure cooking but there isn't. It's just pressure and time. lol.
    Yep!

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