View Full Version : Anyone know where to find some decent subs?
06-13-2000, 02:11 PM
heh. i blew out one yesterday...
06-13-2000, 02:20 PM
Subway makes the best chicken club, but they aren't cheap! Anyone have coupons for Subway?
No, but have you ever had your woofers blown? http://www.gotapex.com/ubb/smile.gif
(sorry couldnt resist just watched born in East La last night)
06-13-2000, 02:46 PM
jersey mike's has some damn good subs. making me hungry.
06-13-2000, 02:49 PM
Ha ha what you gotta do Bandito is to get a friend who works there to give you one of those rolls of stamps, then you have free sub forever, just don't go there everyday or they get a little suspicous. That's what one of my friends did....
"Where is your ****** god now?" The mole
get em at Best Buy open box is the cheapest way...plus they give you free installation
06-13-2000, 03:43 PM
I hear China or Russia might be selling some subs really cheap! They are nuclear to boot...its a great way to impress your friends and do your shopping http://www.gotapex.com/ubb/wink.gif
06-13-2000, 04:35 PM
i think the saying is: ask a stupid question, get a stupid answer! i think that is what has happened here. not saying that the initial question was stupid, it just needed some more details. "decent subs" simply let us goofballs have some fun.
Well I think it is inappopriate to ask for sexual desires in this forum, sure it might be a deal, but you dominant sorts need to go tothe right Forums, perhaps you meant sandwiches, I love Johns Deli in Bensonhurst,Brooklyn, but for where I live La Spadas, with 3 locations to serve you is the best option I have found (Ft. Lauderdale area. Bon appetite
06-13-2000, 04:50 PM
<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by essm:
I think it is inappopriate to ask for sexual desires in this forum<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
i had to think about that one for a while. sexual favors, i thought, where is he getting that?? aaahhh, subs = submissives. haha, nice one!
06-13-2000, 06:24 PM
Subs? Like fansubs? What anime are you looking for? http://www.gotapex.com/ubb/wink.gif
I know someone who distributes great Sailor Moon and Wedding Peach fansubs.
06-13-2000, 06:26 PM
Quizno's is pretty good. If only they could play some good thumpin. http://www.gotapex.com/ubb/smile.gif
I think the man's asking about subwoofers. I could be wrong, though.
06-13-2000, 07:00 PM
Oy. Everyone's a comedian. =)
06-13-2000, 07:26 PM
Well first I would look at the Portland Trailblazers - they have a deep bench, which means a decent sub is readily available at any time.
The Lakers however, have no decent subs. Although their first line appears to be more than adequate! http://www.gotapex.com/ubb/biggrin.gif
06-13-2000, 07:28 PM
Sheesh Ugly, where do you get that from? It is obvious that my man here wants a decent sandwich.
Yeti, reply already man. We're all dying to find out what you meant when using the term, "SUB"
06-13-2000, 07:36 PM
Ok, What to ya mean by "subs"?
Sub-woofers, substitute, or "submarine sandwich", also known a "zeps" or, where I come from "hoagies".
The BEST hoagie???
The WHITE HOUSE, in Atlantic City, NJ.
Take a few friends, and bring on back for me.
Make mine Italian, with oil & vinegar and hot peppers.
And don't forget the napkins!
Now theres a man that knows good, I forgot all about the White House, I remember when I was doing an antique show at the convention center and my brother told me about it (2 blocks). Best walk a big man ever took, next few days I spent some bucks and then whenever in Atlantic City since (12 yrs)
Who needs a Buffet in a Casino.
Another Great Sub....
I should start something lick a delivery service......
06-13-2000, 08:37 PM
sorry aobut being this late response, i didnt expect such a large response. i thought the phrase "i blew one out yesterday" was kinda obvious. yes im talking about subwoofers. thank ugly for taking me seriously. im so sad, my bass sounds like crap. grrr....
06-13-2000, 09:39 PM
I just bought a new Audi A4 2.8, and I don't want to put the box for my Eclipse into it. So basically I have a custom competition Wave Bandpass box for a Rockford Fosgate 12 sitting in storage now. If anyone is up for paying the shipping on it plus 50 bux, let me know. I'd say it weighs close to 40-60lbs.
Or pick it up in Dayton, Ohio for $50.
Just a thought....
06-14-2000, 12:58 AM
<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Meister:
Awesome subs! BUT, have you ever tried Sorrento's Subs in Freehold? They are THE best I have ever had. Better than Jersey Mikes<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
is freehold in jersey meister?? i live in cincinnati - there just happens to be a jersey mike's here... mighty tasty!!
[This message has been edited by coleslaw (edited 06-14-2000).]
06-14-2000, 02:35 AM
He's obviously asking about sub-machine guns. Aren't we all Vietnam vets here? http://www.gotapex.com/ubb/biggrin.gif
Ço£o§§ü§ - yeah you can read into it...
You want high-end or low-end? What requirements? Wattage?
06-14-2000, 06:14 AM
I agree w La Spada's--they rock!!!!!the absolute best subs in the country.
you all should burn in hell. obviously Stunned Yeti is the only one besides me here who takes our car audio seriously.... http://www.gotapex.com/ubb/tongue.gif
and those S&M undertones http://www.gotapex.com/ubb/eek.gif -totally offend me and my innocent eyes. I hope you feel bad mister. you perv. you probably are a pedaphile too. got pedaphiles?
Subs? How bout french dip sandwichs
Felippe's in downtown LA, near union station. The best there is, the best there was, the best there ever will be
They are the first restaurant in LA ever to have french dip sandwichs. And they still have coffee for 9 cents!
What just a second there... I am not the one speaking of Blowing Subs, i too was suggesting a move to a fdifferent forum for that... And thanks for the French dip tip I love that sandwich choice..... Can I get some Ice and make an Iced Coffee for 9¢?????
06-14-2000, 11:08 AM
<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>jersey mike's has some damn good subs. making me hungry.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
Awesome subs! BUT, have you ever tried Sorrento's Subs in Freehold? They are THE best I have ever had. Better than Jersey Mikes
06-14-2000, 11:24 AM
Are they still doing the muscle car thing in Freehold?
If so, what nights?
And where is that Sorrento's"
Better than White House in AC?
PS Yeah, I know this isn't the place, but I'm getting hungry!
06-14-2000, 09:09 PM
I don't know, I'm live in Connecticut now, but grew up in Freehold. I still visit my parents, who are still in Freehold. Sorrento's is on rt 33, near downtown, going past Dominos and Foodtown. It will be on your right. I'll be in Freehold this weekend. I might have to stop in.
Yes, Jersey Mikes originated in Point Pleasant NJ. I currently live in Connecticut, but grew up in Freehold(there is a Jersey Mikes about 20 minutes from me in CT too). I'm familiar with Cincy too, since I went to college at Ohio U. http://www.gotapex.com/ubb/smile.gif
06-14-2000, 09:59 PM
<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by coleslaw:
i think the saying is: ask a stupid question, get a stupid answer! i think that is what has happened here. not saying that the initial question was stupid, it just needed some more details. "decent subs" simply let us goofballs have some fun.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
From coleslaw in another post:
either this is a music-DVD or the songs are really really short!! how could you possible get 104 songs on a cd?? i'm baffled...
Ummmm, I think the songs are in this new format called MP3 that just came out like yesterday. Got Sr Member?
ROFL, and this guy critisizes others for their "stupid" questions. I guess ignorance begets ignorance.
06-15-2000, 08:05 AM
He's retired now, but in in the last world cup, Ally McCoist did fairly well as a sub for the Scotland squad. Perhaps you could give him a call? http://www.gotapex.com/ubb/biggrin.gif
I wonder how many interpretations of "sub" we can come up with?
06-15-2000, 09:10 AM
I know the Madison County School District up in Idaho has some really good subs! In fact my 24 year old sister in law is a sub there and pulls in some serious jack. She's also a bit of a hottie. I'm not sure about the other subs there, the 6th graders always give them heck whenever their regular teachers are gone.
There is a Sub (Substation) for Utah Power in downtown Provo that is pretty kicking right off Freedom Blvd. (200 West). Its all lit up at night as well.
In the words of those three beer guys "WWWHHHAAAATTTT'ssss SSSSUUUUBBBBB?" (like whats up).
Thats all I can come up with. I have to go get all my subs at work in line now (subordinants).
06-17-2000, 08:53 PM
you guys are sooo making me miss living in NJ!!! I am from Ocean County, Bricktown actually and I am now living in Los Angeles!! There are NO GOOD SUBS in los angeles!
jersey mike's has some damn good subs. making me hungry.
Awesome subs! BUT, have you ever tried Sorrento's Subs in Freehold? They are THE
best I have ever had. Better than Jersey Mikes
06-17-2000, 09:11 PM
Wow jersey people..i'm in jersey too http://www.gotapex.com/ubb/biggrin.gif
Anyone have a good deal on a car around here? I wanna get me a CiViC Si http://www.gotapex.com/ubb/smile.gif
06-18-2000, 06:55 PM
Joanne's Deli - 2nd and Federal Sts., Philadelphia. They make a "BellyBuster" pizza steak hoagie (not sub, in Philly) Better than Pat's or Geno's (for tourists)!!
06-19-2000, 04:38 AM
Is Joanne's better than Jims at 4th & South in Philly?
Here's one fer ya.
The South Philly Italian special at the Fanshaw Deli in NE philly. Around 6600 Fanshaw.
I gotta get me some!
PS White House in AC still the best!
06-19-2000, 08:05 AM
Jim's! I used to live, literally, 100 ft. away from Jim's and drove to Joanne's. No comparison. Joanne's LOADS the goodies onto the sandwiches. Give them a try.
Unfortunately, I am living in Chicago. No such place . . . yet.
06-19-2000, 08:50 AM
<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by intrepid342:
From coleslaw in another post:
either this is a music-DVD or the songs are really really short!! how could you possible get 104 songs on a cd?? i'm baffled...<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
oh intrepid342, sarcasm is a wonderful thing, isn't it?? i myself cannot even tell when i am being sarcastic or when i am being serious. you'll see that i already replied to your reply to my silly post. and i know that you know that i know that i know what an mp3 is. so maybe you should think before you critize people whom you think what they think is not what they think.
06-19-2000, 11:18 AM
have a nice lunch.
you'll feel better!
06-19-2000, 01:40 PM
Hard to believe that 1 question about submsriane sandwiches could lead to the diverse discussions we have seen here, but.........as long as everyone else has had their say, I feel obligated to add my own 2 cents.
I first heard about the now famous term "submarine sandwich" around 1958, when I was 12 years old. I lived in what was then a small rural community called Wall Township in New Jersey. For the life of me I cannot rememnber the name of the Sub Shop that intoduced me to the Sub, but I recall that it was located on NJ Route 71 in Spring Lake Heights (near Belmar, NJ). I started a life-long love affair with those damn sandwiches because of that shop and I still like them today.
As far as I am concerned the submarine sandwich was invented in good old NJ and no one else can tell me otherwise (without prooof, that is).
06-19-2000, 02:38 PM
Heh, forgot about this thread. Actually just finished a cold cut trio from subway, we got a new foreign blonde girl working at the counter. Not bad. I think I'll have to go back for seconds tomorrow http://www.gotapex.com/ubb/smile.gif
<span style="color:red"> --Dionysus</span>
06-19-2000, 05:13 PM
Did you say Subway? If you ever had a REAL hoagie/sub/zep, you can only think of Subway as a sandwich.
That "whitebread" shaped like a roll has little going for it.
Philly's Amoroso Baking Co makes hoagie/steak rolls that are good by themselves.
I go to a place in Bucks County on State Rd between Bristol and Croydon. Its near the Burlington Bristol Bridge.
My favorite at Dugan's is their turkey club hoagie. All white turkey breast, and lots of it, provolone cheese, loads of crispy bacon, lettuce and tomato on a large Amoroso's hoagie roll.
I'm a big guy and can't finish one. How about $4.20.
I don't even look at Subway when I pass by.
Anyone getting hungry?
06-19-2000, 07:37 PM
yeah, as the bud guys say...WASSSSUBBBBBB???
to the original poster, try creating a new post and be a little more detailed if you want some serious help..car/home subs? price you want to pay? size? we cant help w/o knowing this stuff first
06-19-2000, 07:38 PM
Well I have a decent subwoofer that came with my ACS540 Altec Lansing System, I got it for 70 bucks total.. well around that including shipping from buy.com i think it was...
Not sure if that is the right model type, but I'll check..
06-19-2000, 10:04 PM
Subs? Must be the new 2000 Suburban. I wish i had one of those, If only they could make it more fuel efficient. Cant pay fidy($50) bucks to fill the tank. Fuel prices are crazy man high, any deals on gas?
06-20-2000, 05:42 PM
here's one fer ya.
who remembers "submarine races"
it just came to me.
bet nobody else in here knows what it is.
I remember the Term Submarine races, from Happy Days and other shows like that,
BTW I just saw a Jersey Mikes Sub Shop down here in Florida, I was going to the movies (only savings there was free twizzlers with 2 drinks and a popcorn so I passed, anyone want the coupon)so I didn't get a chance to sample them but I will....
06-21-2000, 07:29 AM
we all live in a yellow submarine, a yellow submarine, a yellow submarine...we all live .... uh...oh...is this post about the beatles?
06-21-2000, 08:50 AM
Yeah, I wish I weren't old enough to remember what the term "submarine race watching" means, but I am and I do. The term was popularized by the famous and seminal NY radio DJ, Murray the K, in the 1950's. I believe the term is a euthemism for activities engaged in by teenagage couples while parked in their automobiles, typically, by a body of water, such as the ocean.
For those of you who never heard of Murray the K (aka "The Fifth Beatle" because of his close association with that group in their early days), he was, in his own right, as popular and significant to the popularization of rock 'n roll in the 1950's and 1960's as Alan Freed and Dick Clark. Unfortunately, for some unknown reason, he just doesn't get his props.
Nevertheless, he is widely considered to be one of the great innovators in the field of DJ radio, having virtualy invented the then radical concept of playing ablum cuts as opposed to singles. He also was, like Freed, one of the early supporters of black rock and roll artists (or R&B artists as they were euthemistically referred to in those days). These are but a few of the accomplishments of this avatar.
His history is worth looking into for those of you who are interested in the pioneers of the early rock and roll period. Do a keyword search on your favorite engine and you will probably be able to find his biography.
Murray the K also had a famous chant he would lead his listeners with while on the radio.... "Ah Bey. ah bey"......(followed by something unintelligible, but of apparent African aboriginal origen and probably somewhat suggestive for those times)
06-21-2000, 06:34 PM
and the winner is...................
You got it.
submarine races was my most favorite thing.
now the kids get their kicks on the internet.
i like the way we did it.
06-22-2000, 06:16 AM
I'm a kid! Well, maybe in my head.
I remember many hours spent at the "submarine races", mostly in Philly. It was part of the Fairmount Park System. I think it was Raun Street, by the Pennypack Creek. We called it "Little City".
You were allowed to park there, but had to keep the parking lights on. If you were driving on the bridge on Raun St, it looked like you were in an airplane looking down on a city with all the lights.
The place was patrolled by the Pairmount Park Police, both in cars, patti wagons, and on horseback. I was interupted a number of times by them, and steamy windows saved the day.
One time, on a warm summer evening another couple were in the back seat with the windows open. All of a sudden a horses head came in through the open back window. I yelled "Hey horse, where's your cop"? In 1.25 seconds, the cop was off the horse, had the back door open, and my friend Bruce by the collar out of the car asking about "his" comment. I kept my mouth shut.
I had some SUB-perb times at the SUB-marine races!!!
06-22-2000, 11:07 AM
My wife sent me an e-mil from work. It seems she went into Apex Forms and read this string. She saw my post and asked if I was awake because the typo's and spellig were awfull.
Now we have a new one for this string.
My spelling is SUB-STANDARD!
Now I ask my Apex friends, in order to post here, are we SUB-POSED to be able to spell?
Or am I SUB kind of an idiot!
06-22-2000, 03:58 PM
This humor is starting to get sub-par. oops I did it too!
06-22-2000, 10:23 PM
if u really wanna check out a tite sub, there are a few docked outside the baltimore aquarium. i think they let ya go in em too
06-23-2000, 06:23 AM
they have been around baltimore for years.
just because they go down don't mean they are SUBS. they could be regulars!
what did it cost you?
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