Whoa. That would actually make pool worth playing - if I could afford one of those tables.
ETA: All I want right now is a Cintiq. And world peace. That's it.
Last edited by smugbug; December 16th, 2009 at 07:42 PM.
What really matters is to play not to see mind-blowing stuff on the pool, no?
I'm not a hunter, but this is a DAMN fine Range Rover anyways.
Shitloads of concertickets. D;
(23:41:52) (ArneLurk) I woner of there are people who have hairy penises
An apartment of my own, probably in Portland.
Here's my wishlist. Slowly but surely i'll have them all, already on my way to building a library!
A place to keep it all would be nice as well.
artcenter, 8 years in repin, house in iceland, to never worry about money for the rest of my life
A GIRLFRIEND HEY-OH! HAHAHAHAHA.......anyway..
Everybody wants to go to heaven, but nobody wants to die
Besides the intangible SUCCESS in life...Copic markers. Not just the grey one I have either! >_< An apartment of my own, a car AND driver since I can't drive, if no apartment, a bigger house for the family so I can have a bigger room, home recording studio, Adobe Flash, a NEW television and not a 17 or 26-year-old one...
etc. I'm greedy.
I want but can't afford...
Mellotron. Retails at about $8,000
Memotron (digital mellotron). Retails at about $2,500
Hammond B3 Organ. Retails for around $4,000 - $12,000
Gabriel Turntable. Retails at $64,000.
Dynavector XV-1s. Retails at $5,200.
Opeth's Still Life on vinyl. Normally goes for around $150 on ebay. (Hey, that's expensive for ME!)
Just a huge amount of records including rare ones that I currently can't afford.
27" iMac, new mouse, flatfile, Macro lens for my DSLR and right now, a room with proper heating and a bit more time before I have to turn in this draft I'm working on. =)
I will be adding more to this thread in the future. However, at this moment, this is all that comes to mind.
Last edited by ArtZealot; December 16th, 2009 at 10:03 PM.
"I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain."
--- Frank Herbert, Dune - Bene Gesserit Litany Against Fear
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I see we have a few Whisky drinkers, assuming that you haven't tried it already, Highland Park is rather good.
Less well known than a "Peoples Choice" like Glenmorangie but then it does come from the one sheep town that is Orkney. It's really good and more people should drink it. The 12 year old is more than acceptable if you don't fancy ludicrously priced vintage efforts..
There are literally 3 million things I would like but can't afford, I shall edit on the morrow.
Last edited by Flake; December 16th, 2009 at 11:15 PM.
buell 1125 cr or aprilia shiver 750, and my own apartment~ (and those book shelfs above!)
First of all, it's a bank account... Yeah, i'm that broke at this moment
Other things are:
A good bicycle.
Intuos 4 large.
Brand new PC.
Fender Jazzmaster Guitar.
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Damn! I would love to have a decent boat! Most of my childhood was spent on the sea, and I'd love to go back to that regularly!
Clo: Like you, I'm also happy, but that doesn't mean i don't want cool stuff!
Wes, damn! A laphroaig tasting! I wish there would be something like that anywhere close to me. I've never actually tasted their 25+ year bottles, but I really want to! I crack my budget on a 10 year quarter cask. Btw, if you love laphroaig, a bartender friend of mine told me a tip once thats quite awesome; Fill your mouth with ice water and let it numb, then have a sip. Once your mouth heats up the taste will spread out and fill your mouth in an epic way.
clochette: O_O omg, i want that study!!! and i thought you wanted to buy that island LOL. would be cool!
things i want; to travel the different countries for months at a time.
i also would really like to buy more stuff on CA, if it weren't because of a crappy exchange rate. like, $40 is wayyy cheaper for people in the west to fork out, but over here, i have to use an equivalent of $140 for it. sigh.