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Flonase
Works for me.
By this I mean Kirkland generic version
There's so many, have no clue which one is comparable to the active ingredients in clariten or zrytex?







 
 And here you can see all the active ingredients. Should I take one of each? ;)


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Mold and dust.
Can't that be in the summer as well?
 Truth being told noone should be breathing in mold nor dust.

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Amazon & Walmart Deals / Re: BASICS Men's Slim Wallet $10!
« on: May 08, 2019, 01:27:16 AM »
I need to buy one of these for someone, but they're at full price now. Anyone have the discount code that comes with the wallet?
Good old days, good thread, and lastly great wallet, loving it use it on a daily basis. I guess if you spot anyone with this wallet you know they're a DDF member or a Dan's deals follower.

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General Discussion / Re: Car Repairs Master Thread
« on: May 08, 2019, 01:22:51 AM »
RockAutos prices are quite solid and I felt they are a bit more reliable for the item to be good quality and exact fit. (Amazon was in fact a couple dollars less and free shipping) I needed air filters as well, which were quite cheap for the quality. Ordered at midnight and got it less then 48 hrs later FedEx.
That's pretty good 48 hours later.
 I hear definitely understood why you went with RockAuto versus from Amazon and in doubt if it's a real part or some knock off which won't last.

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On The Road / Re: Legalize Scooter sharing in NY? Lime Scooters!
« on: May 08, 2019, 01:21:31 AM »
And NYC already has citibike
A real pain with a docking station membership and the list goes on quite expensive for bicycle.

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General Discussion / Re: All Halocha Shailos and teiffa Questions
« on: May 08, 2019, 01:19:14 AM »
I go to 7-Eleven quite often to buy (a slurpee)/slurpees.

 Many times I buy 3/4 big slurpees and take 6 7 straws to divide it up later.
 Another thing I do is many times even when the light is not lit red on the machine, the slush/slurpee is in it's liquid form hence not ready to be used yet, so what I do is turn the handle to see what texture the slurpee is and if it's at the right texture I'll fill up my cup.

 So my two questions, can I take more straws then cups?
As well can I test the slurpee machine to see if it's ready or do I have to take the Gamble and take the slurpee liquid even when the light is not on?
  I am looking at it like going to the grocery and tasting the grapes to see if they're fresh if they're fresh I'll take it, if it's not fresh I'm not going to take the bunch.

 

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General Discussion / Re: Craigslist
« on: May 08, 2019, 01:09:03 AM »
U can use Letgo
even if it's a good site where they don't charge how many people actually know that site or heard of that site?
 For example Craigslist almost every guy out there heard of it. When your looking for something first thing that comes to your head is Craigslist.
  For example swappa it's been around for quite some time with amazing prices, amazing place to sell but how many people heard of it vs eBay and Amazon and other sites are much more famous, so that takes the cake when trying to sell phones, yes even though it's more expensive to sell, the same applies with Craigslist you might have a better chance of selling it on Craigslist and pay the $5 fee versus selling on some site where hardly anyone heard of it

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I'm not sure about that.
I only claim that it works for the things I actually saw. All these other unprovable "benefits" are meaningless at best.
Even if it does stimulate all different things inside the body there would be no way for me to know.
   There was this Chinese man that used to come to a relative of mines home every week or so to do acupuncture on the head and all different places on the body, i was offered for a free trial but after seeing the 3-4 inch long needles I backed out. -(Thanks but no thanks.)
    Supposedly works for constipation and all different other issues.
  Now being a few years later would actually try it.
Interestingly, I had a few years of bad seasonal allergies, starting about a decade ago, but as of the last 2 or 3 years I seem to BH no longer suffer. Was taking Loratadine.

One of my sons OTOH has it really bad, 10 year old taking adult dosage of Claritin/Loratadine, sometimes double dose. When really bad uses mask.
a family member of mine had it really bad where he needed to go for shots every few weeks during the allergy season for a couple of years.
 After a couple years it got better bh.

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General Discussion / Re: Car Repairs Master Thread
« on: May 08, 2019, 12:58:43 AM »

Tysm MYI. Took about 10 minutes start to finish. Plug n play more or less. Ordered from RockAuto.
Glad it worked out.
  And the next repair needed I hope you do as well.
(Saves you time and money.)
  just curious I would assume Amazon /eBay had it for the same prices or similar prices?
 only suggested Amazon as they ship it within a day or two with prime assuming you wanted it ASAP, as well usually Amazon and eBay is cheaper on parts versus buying from an auto store.

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I've been through em all, I find Zyrtex to be the best all around. Although I have winter allergies so I'm pretty much free now :)
what's winter allergies you stay indoors the whole the winter?

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I know multiple people who have successfully treated it with acupuncture.
They're had to redo it every year, and it's not always as consistent, but I've seen it work.
Personally it didn't work for me though, so YMMV.
Definitely worth a try though.

For drugs, Zyrtec generic is the best I've used.
even if the acupuncture doesn't work for your allergies,its supposedly very good for your muscles and bloodstream, it stimulates something's inside.

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Tissues.
I've must have gone through a few cases by now! ;)
 Not a fix but definitely a big help.
 I can't go anywhere without a pocket full of tissues.

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There's a thread
Lol, because you started it.
 @mods please merge.
And thanks @TimT

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Curios what others use to help with the seasons allergy.
 Very common allergy when the spring is around with all the trees and grass growing. The pollen is real bad for some.
 
 What do you guys use which you find works the best?

 Been using zrytex from quite some time but it's not best, makes you drowsy and doesn't seem to last that long or because I'm taking it at night that way it doesn't make me drowsy, or am I supposed to be taking it in the morning?
 Or is there another allergy med that works well?

Yes some use a nose spray and eye drops..

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On The Road / Legalize Scooter sharing in NY? Lime Scooters!
« on: May 07, 2019, 05:02:44 PM »
https://p2a.co/xji4eiL


I would love to have electric scooter sharing as a transportation option in my city. That's why I hope you will support Assembly Bill A7431 so that communities throughout the state can have access to dockless scooters.

In areas underserved by public transit, scooters can provide an affordable and reliable first and last mile transportation option — often only costing users a $1 flat fee and an additional $0.15-$0.20 per minute. The standard fee for dock-free bike rides is a third of CitiBike’s price and comparable to a subway or bus fare, allowing people of any income or zip code to move around more easily.

As cities around the world embrace micromobility, New York should not be left behind. Please take action to ensure new and innovative transportation options are available for communities throughout our state.

Can I count on you to co-sponsor A7431?

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