Equipment For Sale

•April 27, 2010 • Comments Off on Equipment For Sale

ITEMS CURRENTLY FOR SALE

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN ANY OF THE FOLLOWING ITEMS, PLEASE E-MAIL ME AT

dawgfan928@yahoo.com

INFORM ME OF THE ITEM(S) YOU ARE INTERESTED IN PURCHASING AND I WILL E-MAIL YOU MY PHONE NUMBER

THANKS,

ROBBY

2007 PACE AMERICAN CARGO TRAILER – MODEL: JOURNEY

ASKING $2700.00

INTERIOR DIMENSIONS: 12′ 2″ LONG – 5′ 8″ WIDE – 5′ 6″ TALL

GVWR – 2990 LB       2 INCH BALL

TIRES – LOW MILES – CENTER TREAD NEAR 1/4″ – EVEN WEAR (NEW SPARE INCLUDED)

BRAKE LIGHTS – GOOD; TURN SIGNALS – GOOD; RUNNING LIGHTS – NEED LIGHT REPAIR

10 FOOT BY 10 FOOT PROJECTION SCREEN KIT (USED – NEAR PERFECT)

$600.00

FRONT AND REAR PROJECTION SCREENS WITH SOFT VINYL BAGS

HEAVY DUTY FRAME AND HEAVY DUTY LEGS – CARRYING CASE

SEE SIMILAR ITEM http://www.avforsale.com/p-477-ultimate-9×12-front-screen-kit-whd-legs.aspx

OTHER ITEMS (ALL USED – NEAR PERFECT CONDITION)

LEXICON MX200 DUAL REVERB/EFFECTS PROCESSOR – $140 (RETAIL – $199.95)

BEHRINGER ULTRAGRAPH PRO FBQ1502 EQ UNIT – $70 (RETAIL – $99.99) 1 AVAILABLE

BEHRINGER SUPER-X PRO CX2310 CROSSOVER – $55 (RETAIL – $79.99)

SHURE PSM 600 RECEIVER AND TRANSMITTER – $500 each (3 AVAILABLE)

SHURE ANTENNA COMBINER W/STAND AND CABLE – $115 (RETAIL $150)

12-SPACE ATA STYLE RACKMOUNT (NO CASTERS) – $40

ON-STAGE SPEAKER STAND SET – 2 TRIPOD STANDS WITH BAG – $60 (RETAIL $90)

M-AUDIO IE-30 PROFESSIONAL REFERENCE EARPHONES – $185 (RETAIL $249.99)

ONE PAIR CAD CM217 CONDENSER MICS – $35 (RETAIL $50)

SHURE SM58 VOCAL MIC – $65 (RETAIL – $99)

SHURE BETA 87A VOCAL MIC – $175 (RETAIL $249)

MISCELLANEOUS ASSORTED ATA CASES – TRUNKS WITH AND WITHOUT CASTERS – WIDE VARIETY – $50-$100 EACH

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Bill Clinton Is Funny

•September 14, 2008 • 1 Comment

Check out this video of President Clinton. He is trying (although not very hard) to stay awake listening to Martin Luther King, Jr’s son deliver a message. He even looks at his watch toward the end of it. Love him or hate him, he was our President.

Great Story!

•September 14, 2008 • Leave a Comment

I found this story on my new friend Steve Wright’s Blog. It is a great survival story about a father and son lost at sea. Click on the link below.

Boy’s Illness Credited For Survival At Sea

Cooper The Defective Dog: Episode One

•September 8, 2008 • 2 Comments

Our dog Cooper has some health issues that, frankly, I don’t think anyone would want me to describe. Let’s just say he has some problems with his digestive system. I just thought I would start sharing some of our daily routine with everyone.

In this episode we are giving Cooper his Metronidazole. He gets 300 mg, split into two doses a day. This is one of his two medications that he gets twice a day. The other medicine is a supplement for an enzyme deficiency that supports pancreatic function. It’s ridiculous for a dog to have as many problems as Cooper, but we love him anyway!

Ronald Reagan Tells Heckler To Shut-Up

•September 7, 2008 • Leave a Comment

This is absolutely hilarious! I wish he was still with us.

I caved….

•August 17, 2008 • 1 Comment

I swore to myself that I would not get a twitter account…but…

http://twitter.com/robbycan

I guess I am a liar…..

My Day In Several Not-So-Short Statements

•August 12, 2008 • Leave a Comment

I don’t have a twitter account so I will do it like this today!

7:30 AM Woke up way too early (lots to do)
9:00 AM Got a much needed hair-cut (Adrianne Hadley Rocks!)
10:05 AM Found out that tuition had gone up $21 per credit hour (not good)
10:08 AM Found out my student loan is $452 dollars short (would have been good to know when I applied for my student loan, refer to previous statement, thanks JSU!)
10:09 AM Discovered that on-line classes are more expensive than in-class classes (do not understand that)
10:15 AM Found out my books for school will be $300+ (not good with two previous statements)
10:22 AM Drove back home to get my truck tag receipt so that I could….
11:00 AM ….pick up my parking decal ($25 in 2008, $10 in 1998 )
11:15 AM McDonald’s for lunch (1/4 Pounder meal, no pickles, no onions)
12:05 PM – 1:05 PM Played nine holes of golf in one hour (beat the rain)
1:20 PM Changed my schedule to get rid of on-line class and lab (now I have a lab at 6PM every monday, not happy)
1:30 PM – 5:00 PM Did nothing but sit on my couch and watch Olympic handball (softball will get cut from the 2012 Olympics, this will remain) Did not get to mow my yard (rain)
5:15 PM Ate sausage balls and scrambled eggs for dinner (actually one of my favs)
6:05 PM Kissed my wife good-bye as she headed to work (I hate her third shift job)
6:06 PM Cleaned up a mess my dog made in the floor (I won’t go into details but it was gross…he is pretty sick)
6:10 PM Began exploring the internet (time goes by really fast when you do this)
6:30 PM Completed the four days late godTube page (CHECK IT OUT HERE)
6:31 PM Immediately began surfing the web again
7:06 PM Discovered that an artist that sings about experimenting with homosexuality and liked it is the daughter of two pastors (what went wrong there? see these two blogs for answers REID WARD and STEVE WRIGHT) Who is said artist? I don’t even want to mention her name. But parents you can find out all about her HERE (You really shoud know what your kids are listening to…disturbing)
8:29 PM About to enjoy a nice bowl of vanilla ice cream covered in Mountain Dew (sounds weird…but delish)
8:34 PM Finished with this blog (will finish ice cream, take shower, watch some olympics, read a little, pray, go to sleep)
GOOD NIGHT!