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05.25.19
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Howdy howdy howdy how .......

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Those metal cage critter traps work great. For a big critter you need a big cage. We're always catching unwelcome visitors including Tegu lizards. They can get big and feisty too.

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Come on GRIS. Find the coon some high ground a few miles away. It was only doing what raccoons do. ;) You'll get a good whiff of that coon perfume to boot.

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Was sitting out back on the patio as I do every morning. I was gathering my wits and the thought of Brad popped into my head. His picture is in my most used photo file and see him often as I scan through looking for other images. You may no longer be with us on this plain but our thoughts of you live on. Miss you brother.


The true meaning of Memorial Day lives on also as we remember our fallen brothers and sisters that gave all so we can enjoy the freedom and promise of this great nation. Let freedom ring.



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Good morning CG's

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Nursery sitting was cancelled and replaced with a delivery in the heart of the beast, Miami. Trip there was no problem. Trip home the front/middle of the rush hour wave. Drive back took and hour and a half for a 32 mile trip. I'm tired. Feed the critters and I'm done. And take out the trash and then I'm done. Except for a nice hot shower. Then I think I'll be done.

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I woke up thinking I knew what I was gonna do. ..... Ring .... Ring .... Spent most of the morning at the mechanics with Sue's Silverado. Oil change, fuel filter, front brakes and rotors. Have to go back and nursery sit from 02:00 to 3:30 ish. There is always tomorrow ... and the day after that ... and the day after that. LOL I can't even plan my day ON the same day.

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The air compressor for my cars are on the AAA truck. Just sayin. Years ago the 91 had a front go flat. Towed it to to a nearby Sears store and bought a new set of tires. Would have had to buy two fronts anyway to match so we just opted for all 4. The tire that went flat had a slice in the sidewall. Goner.

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Marcus, I have some special edition games that are worth over $200. ;) I could sell it all and try to double my money while gambling on the cruise ships.

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I got lucky today and have Sue's crew for a few hours to help me around the back yard and nursery. I have plenty to keep them ans myself busy.
I have a closet filled with Nintendo consoles, games and accessories. Sue tells me last night she wants me to clean out that closet so she can use it for clothes. You haven't used any of that stuff in 8 years. I told her I built up that collection so I could use when I retired. LOL I have hundreds of games and stuff from the first two generations. I also have a vast collection of music from 45's cassettes, and cd's. (No 78's or reel to reels or mp3's either) Also books and movies in VHS and DVD formats. I could stay busy fucking off for at least a couple of decades. Then there is also the cars and a boat. All I need is time. Time I thought I'd have in retirement (not). Oh ya, I forgot the tools. I have a ton of tools to build any projects I conceived. Here is the song I wanted to sing.




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Hello!

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Went to the heart doc. BP was on the high side but I get white coat. I have to go for a cat scan calcium test. If all tests good I can go off the BP meds. That will mean nothing but ibuprofen and benadryl on my need to do meds list.

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I'm a waiter.


I believe they call them servers now.

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Floating peanuts and BEER.



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Re: Mundane Chat 05.20.19
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Matt, get a six pack, sit in a comfy chair, turn on a good movie that only you would like or turn the stereo on loud. When asked "What the hell are you doing?" say "Trying not to make any work for myself.". That's what I used to do but get yourself one of these too.



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Marcus, the new wheels give it class.

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Put a major dent in the front yard landscape. The back yard awaits as well as spraying for weeds and stray grass. It never ceases to amaze me how as soon as I'm finished it seems it's time to start all over again. South Florida weather promotes plant growth, especially in summer. You can see that the grass has grown just overnight. Sue sometimes says to me "The grass is getting high.". My response .... "I'm not cutting any more than once a week." That's enough. An acre and a quarter and 2500 sq ft house has more than quadrupled my efforts then when I had a quarter acre and a 1500 sq. ft. house. Don't get me wrong. I love our house and property. I'm still repairing the yard from damage done by Hurricane Irma over a year and a half ago. The problem here is just about the time you get everything the way you want it, a Vulcan hurricane sweeps in and blows it all away. Plus dumps a shipload of water on everything making a soggy mess. .... Sue brought home a Suburban load of stuff from my moms house. After a killer day on the yard yesterday I got to help unload that. That's par for the course around here. When I'm sitting and spent from the days activities there's always something else that needs to be done. The bonus I guess is I sleep well.

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What year is this? Oh ya. 2019

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Early morning was nice. It's hot as the dickens however hot that is. I was out for about 20 minutes and I was sweating bullets by the time I came in. I have to go back out. Yard stuff I'm trying to get done. I'll seek shade where possible.

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Tommy, how did the MRI go yesterday?



Sue went in a couple of days ago and gave them the script. She shows up for the appointment and the person has to call to get it pre-certified. That's why she went in a couple of days early. Took over a half hour to straighten out that foolishness. Took 3 hours for something that should have taken no more than an hour and a half. Incompetence reigns supreme nowadays. people are so smart today that they're stupid. I'ts come full circle. Finding competent people to work today is a chore. Shoddy craftsmanship, lack of skill, lack of work ethic, lack of courtesy waits at every turn. Sue and I feel the same way. We are willing to pay. Just do the job professionally. [Rant over] Thanks for asking, Matt.

Sue see's the doctor on Tuesday. They're looking at her right hand. Her body is a Vulcan mess. She's always got something and I'm always telling her the same thing. Schedule an appointment. Go see a doctor. LOL I go once or twice a year . She goes once or twice a month.

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Busy day. Getting ready to engage my efforts. Showered, sun screened, bug sprayed. Once I'm rolling it's all up hill from there.

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5 hour nursery day. Had to cover for Sue as she went out for an MRI. 3 hours for that and 2 hours of mowing and maintenance. Now to resume what I had planned. Mowing the house grass and some weeding. Obviously I won't get everything done I had planned. Well I don't really plan anymore. Let's call them things I had hoped to do. Good thing there is always a tomorrow (until there isn't). I have plenty to do today, tomorrow and for the rest of my life. I have a list now. Tomorrow the list will still be there and they'll have to char me with a list when the time comes. Never bored.

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Our house is a very, very fine house.



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50 hours of driving today and I never even got out of the southern end of the county. Miami Dade County is bigger than 2 states and more than likely, some countries.




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Wow. Triple merge on this date's first post. All within a minute. Weather here sucks. Grey, hot, humid. Almost makes me want to stay inside for 5 or 6 months.

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Mornin.


Some early reading on an interesting upcoming sale.


https://www.pca.org/news/2019-05-11/rm ... est-car-bear-porsche-name

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Oh, ya. It's hot and humid here. Had to keep a facecloth in my pocket yesterday to keep the sweat out of my eyes.


I can't see. I can't see.

What's the matter?

I got my eyes closed.



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Pressure washed the front gate and a derelict boat we are using for a landscaping prop in the back yard. Built up a sand bank to rest the boat on. Wheelbarrow work and shoveling always gives my back a good test. Have to keep those muscles strong. Now to loosen them up again. Good hot morning shower helps and maybe a little Ben-Gay. Hope to get rid of the last of my truckload of sand today. I can do it as long as the phone stays silent. Did quite a bit with that sand. Yard leveling, pad for the side patio and the boat platform. Knocking things off the list one chore at a time. Only a couple of hundred things left to do.

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VB Did you look at tire rack and see what they offer by make and model? Sometimes I see what they have and compare them locally to see whats's offered. I've got Bridgestones on the Vettes, Tiger Paws on my 83 911 and Pirelli's on Sues 87. 911 tires are tough to find anymore. They are offset sized for front and rear. The fronts you can find. The rears are a challenge. Luckily Pirelli came out with a set. What's going on here today? ..... We're talkin Vettes.

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Mornin

Rain possible, high in the 90's. Supposed to cool down a bit to the mid to low 80's and lows in the 70's in the A.M. through the week with increasing rain chances. I was out yesterday working at the pond at the nursery and it was Vulcan hot. End of the month will start getting busier with our upcoming trip to Boston and Sue is supposed to go up to Bradenton this weekend to go through some of my mom's stuff with my sisters. One of them is ignoring my mothers written orders that if there is any fighting over an item it is to be donated to charity. She's trying to hoard. UN-believable. Mom's place has to be cleared out except for a lot of the furniture which will go with the place. My sis that is in charge of the estate was dragging ass for months. She just turned off the phone and utilities at the beginning of the month stating she's been having a difficult time with the closing of the estate emotionally. Only proceeds left to deal with are the sale of her condo. My mom had many clothes and shoes. She was quite a fashionable lady. That's pretty much what has to be dealt with. Was thinking about Mom yesterday. Sometimes it still seems she is just a phone call away.

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Through some debacle of confusion MIL and FIL did not stay for dinner last night. They wanted to come down and see the nursery. They really haven't been down to see the new set up. Upon arrival her mom told her they could only stay a short while as they had made dinner plans with a family friend. That left us feeling like I cleaned the house, baked some chicken breasts, made a salad, set the table all while Sue was at work. Sue had made an Eggplant Parmesan Friday night. One of her mom's favorites. FIL is going deaf and doesn't hear $#!+ without his hearing aid. Sue's mom is really starting serious signs of aging as well. She also can't hear, has CRS (Can't Remember $#!+), has suffered from diabetes for many years now and is getting less mobile as time goes by. Sue deals with it by getting angry at her mom. That's just Sue. She wants everybody to just snap out of it. Even with me. She thinks I'm thirty-something. I keep telling her at 65 I'm not working anymore. She's always the negotiator. Well, you can still make deliveries to the job sites, can't you? Me being easy I said I'll make your job site deliveries and cut the grass. THAT'S IT! I know I'll never stop getting the calls about something that's broken and it's an emergency or some other dire situation that if I don't help she'll have to find some way to do it herself. Woe is me. Oh, woe is me .........

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THE SUN IS SHINING! WHOO WHOO! COOL AND BREEZY, LOOKS LIKE A NICE DAY FOR A CHANGE. THE CHEROKEES ARE SMILING.
WILL TAKE DARLING WIFE DOWN TO TENKILLER DAM FOR OUNION RINGS AND WE WILL TAKE A CORVETTE, AS SO THOUGHTFULLY SUGGESTED. TOO BAD IT'S NOT WARM ENOUGH TO PUT THE TOP DOWN.

YESTERDAYS TRIP WAS UNUTTERABLY SAD. SON LOOKS REALLY BAD. DW BURST INTO TEARS ON THE WAY HOME. I HAD PREPARED MY SELF, BUT IT WAS STILL A SHOCK. I DON'T KNOW IF IT'S THE CANCER OR THE CHEMO THAT HAS BROUGHT HIM DOWN SO. CLIFFORD WILL NEVER QUIT, BUT HE'S ABOUT USED UP.
THIS IS HARD TO DEAL WITH.



I really don't know what to say other than we are here for you. So sorry you and your wife must endure this emotionally painful situation.

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Happy Mother's Day you mothers ..........



MIL and FIL coming over for dinner. Plenty of prep to do. Better get going .... again ......

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Didn't do a lot today. Worked in the shop for a while then we went over to the 'city' to run a few errands and then drove out to visit my sister (she had spent the night with her oldest and had a Dr. appointment this afternoon) Then drove on out to the golf course to watch #2 GS play for a while. Tough course and he shot his best score ever in a tourney today. He's a happy boy this evening.


Tee, I would rather read one of your rants than one paragraph of political bullshit. Rant on.

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I've dealt with all the nuts in my life I care to deal with but some will be lifelong because they're family. Guess the nut doesn't fall far from the tree. Recently gazing upon a reflection of my life, I can really see the changes I've made as I got older. I like the older me. I have learned to say NO!, I'm no longer a people pleaser but a Tommy T pleaser. I say what I feel or keep my mouth shut. Mostly keep my mouth shut. Don't need a lot of people around me, enjoy solitude and feel I have a life I enjoy. I have too much stuff and not enough time. There are people seeking my time but my time is a precious commodity I give lightly.




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When I get around a bunch of nuts I bolt.

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Old saying. The mass of the ass is equal to the heat of the meat.

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Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah Day .....



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Back to the old routine. The problem with routines is they are so routine.

Had a good dinner at our favorite local I-talian eatery. I had an Antipasto salad and a meaty stromboli. Being an aging gentleman (term used loosely) I could only eat about 1/2 of each. I'll get to eat it all over again tomorrow.

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Had a great vacation. There was a fire two blocks over in a 25 acre field and my phone lines are fudged. Internet is intermittent and the land lines are silent. I'll be back with my routine rants in a couple of days when AT&T get the repairs done. They have to replece the main lines.

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Well my bags are packed I'm ready to go ...... tomorrow.


Ring .... ring ..........

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Clean house, a few chores, pack, and get ready for my beloved cruise. Jamaica, Grand Cayman and Cozumel on the itinerary. 6 days with 2 sea days to do next to nothing. Leaving Sunday.


Carnival?



Ya. They give us offers we can't refuse. The Caribbean is our backyard. Doing an Eastern in July and New England in October. We'll see what comes up from there. This one is out of Miami. July is out of Ft. Lauderdale. October out of port in N.Y.C..

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Tom, I know how you feel, all too well.

Clean house, a few chores, pack, and get ready for my beloved cruise. Jamaica, Grand Cayman and Cozumel on the itinerary. 6 days with 2 sea days to do next to nothing. Leaving Sunday.

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All societies in decline fixate on impossible postmodem dreams as a way of disguising their inability to address premodem problems.



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Grass cutting and weed whacking day. Other assorted yard stuff.

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Hi!

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Tried to save some money a some months back getting a portable vacuum cleaner. Got one of the better rated battery vacs. A Hoover. I have used Dyson portable vacs at home for years now. That Hoover is the biggest waste of money I've done in ages. Close to $200 POS. Used it for the past 6 months. It works but a real PITA. Dyson V7 Hepa on sale for $223 (reg. $329) plus free tools ($69 value). Guess I'll bring the Hoover home and use it for my back patio vac.

BillH is rolling in his grave again. Talking about vacuums.


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Listening to a Medicare webinar. Loads of great listening. Next year at this time of year I must sign up.

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