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Re: SUNDAY THE 17TH
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Happy Sunday.

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Re: Sat Chat 11.16.19
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When I talk about something you folks mentioned I refer you as friends. I have a friend that lives in (insert your location here). We have an unusual bond for a chat group. Maybe it's because of our small numbers or how deeply we have come to know each other over the years. It's alright. I understand if some of you say there's a guy I know that lives in South Florida. ;) I too think of Bill and Brad often. It was like I wanted to tell Brad something last night when the voice in my head said "Brad is no longer with us." Or when I would throw something into a conversation that I knew BillH would just have to chime in on. lol It's amazing. The spirit of a guru will live on in our hearts and memories. Somebody give me a hanky.

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Re: FRIDAY 15 NOVEMBER
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Been fighting the back pain for over a month. I know. I know. Go to the doctor. Been fighting back pain since I was about 20 years old. I thought I was Hercules. We all know how it goes. You fight it till you can't take it anymore. I'm trying to delay my medical pursuits till I hit 65 and I will have two insurances with little out of pocket expense. If I were to go now I think I would go to my acupuncturist that charges $75 a visit. Probably need about 3 visits. I'm not sitting or lying around. That's like the kiss of death for back pain. Hot shower. Bend and stretch, reach for the sky. Ibuprofen and Bengay. Then get to work. (Modified schedule as tolerated).

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Re: THURSDAY THE FOURTEENTH
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Good evening. Sue gets to work for some interesting people. Her customer today wanted to give her a gift. She gave her a hand painted mug of a fish that she crafted herself. This is who her customer was. The 9 y/o survivor.



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Re: THURSDAY THE FOURTEENTH
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Grey and gloomy as the third of four cold fronts push through Florida. Cold fronts in Florida are really cool fronts until later in the year. I personally welcome the change. Hope we don't get any freezes. Those really hurt the plant nursery and farming industry.

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Re: 11,13,19
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Another entertainer from even before that.

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Re: 11,13,19
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Speaking of that .... Whenever I see the rockers of the 60'and 70's still doing stage performances I become optimistic. I figure if they they can do what they do after doing what they've done, I've still got a good shot of living through another decade.

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Sometimes I look at what year it is with disbelief. 2019. Unbelievable. Wait till the 2020's roll in.

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Re: 12 NOVEMBER 19
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The world's gone crazier. Did anybody pay any attention to population control as it was proposed back in the late 60's and 70's? I contributed to the entrance of but one additional human to this earthly plane. I was thinking the other day about starvation and drought in impoverished nations but you don't hear much about it anymore. I'm thinking all the space junk floating around in orbit must be shielding the planet from some of the suns heating rays. ;). Then there is the cooling of the Earths core. I'm thinking that like a fresh, hot meatball, over time the Earths core will cool. Then the human race will find another planet to infect. We have all the great entertainment provided by the Great Orange One and the three ring circus known as the Democratic Party. Makes me want to search Carnival Cruise Line's web site and check on the more important things. What are the latest and greatest deals?

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Re: Monday Chat 11.11.19
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One of the nice things about Florida is that winter tires are the same as summer tires.

Start the day with a stint at the nursery for few hours with a new office worker. Young, petite, and has no nursery experience. Sue says she's very bright and picks up things fast. Only time will tell. Sue has a doctor's appointment so I'll sit in. Maybe this afternoon I can get something done around the house.

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Re: Sunday Chat 11.10.19
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We have a visiting duck to our pond at the nursery. A Carolina Wood Duck. Cool colors. Quacks me up.


Sonny-boy dropped in on Sue at the office and me at home yesterday mid day. Said he just stopped by for a visit. A pleasant surprise. Came back over later and we went to visit Sue's mom at the rehab then went out to dinner together. Everything was like a normal family might do. Enjoyable. Shocking.

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Eleven, Nine, Two thousand and nineteen
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Hello, hello, hell-o. What a wonderful word. Hello.

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Re: 11/8/2019 Chat
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Good afternoon, all.

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Re: Good Mornin’! 11/7/19
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Good mornin to you.

Nice to have 4 of the 5 sports cars in roadworthy condition. I do that every now and then. Now if I would just dedicate myself to driving them more. I noticed in the past that I have too many interests and priorities. Time to bump the cars up on the priority list.



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In the year 21019 If man is still alive, and woman can survive we may find ..............





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Re: 6 Nov 21019
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Did my route back and forth. Couple of hours drive down. Crew unloaded. Couple of hours drive back.
Picked up my 90 from the shop. Just over a grand. Water pump, hoses, clamps, thermostat, thermostat housing, gaskets and clamps, slave cylinder, oil pressure switch and a new battery. No scraped knuckles or blood letting, no back pain more than I usually have. Everything works and it's guaranteed. Yes, I could have done it but I won't. Mainly I didn't want to do the water pump or slave. It's ready to throw a few miles on it.

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Re: The fifth of November in the year two thousand nineteen.
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Thought the year 2020 there would be more space travel, jet cars and food processors that would cook anything you wanted. And robots. Ya, robots to do all the dirty work. Oh well. We do have hundreds of television and radio stations. Just no time to enjoy them

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The fifth of November in the year two thousand nineteen.
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Yup! It is ...... 2020 is right around the corner.

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Re: 11/4/19
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That's a nice shed there, tee.

Need to go paint some more primer today. Got 2 1/2 outside walls done. I'm not moving as well as I used to. Slowed down some. No matter. It will get done when I'm finished. Of course the cutting is what takes the time. Rolling is easy but the wood is thirsty. Have to bring the box truck into the shop when Sue gets back from her job today. Tomorrow I have to nursery sit while she gathers material for a job on Wednesday. Wednesday I have to drive to the middle Keys for a job at a motel. About a 5 hour round trip. Sue is spending the night there as it is a two day job. The motel is putting them up. 90 slave cylinder came in. Wrong part. Sent the installed one to NAPA so they could order the right one. None in stock and 4 days shipping. So that one is sitting in the shop. Sue asked me if I was going to have the spiral staircase up on the shed for the Christmas party. I told her I'd be lucky if I have all the shed painted and finished inside by then. I told her the staircase will be done by Spring. ;) I have to sand, grind and prime, then paint the metal staircase. I'm not gonna rush it. Have a good day everyone and try to check something off the list.

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Re: Sunday Chat 11.03.19
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Why not get the liabilty and self insure your building. Why pay someone else for costs that would probably be covered by your payments? Is it far away from you? You could alarm it and send the calls to yourself. If the alarm goes off you bring a BFG ....

Went to a memorial service today for our friend Wendy. Sues friend since childhood. Died at 61 of complications from ovarian cancer. Busy week coming up. Getting dark around 06:00 PM now.

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Re: 2 NOVEMBER
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I showed up ..... late ....

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I've been here couple of years myself. I too was thinking of those no longer with us. Those that have departed still live here in spirit.

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G'mornin. Going to buy some exterior paint today. See if I can get started painting the outside of the bathroom. Pleasant morning and late evening temps but an 89* high mid day. tee, why don't you go to church Sunday as well. An early service for next weekend. ;)

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Re: Halloween Chat 10.31.19
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Had 11 kids. That's it. VB, those red wheels gotta go. Black, blue but IMO not red. Not a fan of the white bumpers either.

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Re: Halloween Chat 10.31.19
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Trick or treating here lasts from 06:00 to about 06:30 but a few more little ones have moved into he area. Might have up to 20 tick or treaters this year .... Or not. After dark I shut off the lights and go watch tv in the family room. For some reason, Sue, who loves kids, can never be found at home on Halloween.
Got a late start on the caulking yesterday but as I stated yesterday, once I got started it moved right along. Plan on getting an earlier start today. Should get the 90 back tomorrow and with a updated cooling system and a new slave cylinder and oil change. She should be ready for some winter cruising. Get the 91 stereo and alarm short issue resolved and it will be cruisable as well. The Porsches except the 928 are both very roadworthy as they sit waiting for an ass to plop into the seat.
Time for a nice hot shower, then lather on some Bengay. Top it off with sunscreen and it will be time to get moving again.

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Disturbed? Not me. I've grown comfortable with my eccentricities. I came to know at an early age I was not like anyone else. Lead? Mercury? Who knows? I consider myself a lucky survivor. My plan is to caulk the outdoor bathroom joint seams today. A job I've been putting off but know I have to engage. Once I get going it's all downhill from there. Should be a cool and crisp 88* today. Not to worry. My favorite time of year is on the horizon. If everyday had a low of 65* and a high of 72* that would be alright with me. Mixed sun and clouds with a dash of rain to keep everything happy.

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Don't acquire stuff unless your ready to go the distance necessary to keep it. You know, like classic or antique cars, sports cars, shops, tools, garages, pools, ponds, homes, gardens, pets plus others. I'm just a steward. I'm not taking any of this stuff with me when I go.

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Sue's office gal quit on Friday. She was a little overwhelmed with the job sometimes and Sue is not the easiest person to work for. Lets just say Sue lets her thoughts be known. So, how does that affect me?


Ring ........ Ring ...

1 hour on Sunday, 1 1/2 hours yesterday and 5 hours of nursery sitting today. I WAS enjoying my last couple of months. Made use of my 5 hours today by washing two of the work trucks and did fluid checks on three plus a few this and that items. The woman quitting doesn't bode well for me I'm thinking.

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Ya, the month flew by but looks like Halloween runs over two weeks now instead of a day. One day was more than enough for me. Pumpkin carving parties and gatherings of all sorts for a pagan holiday.

Bringing the 90 into the shop for the water pump, hoses, clamps, thermostat, thermostat housing and gaskets. I vow to use the cars more often this winter. It's a promise.

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G'mornin.

Here's something corny.

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Fixt something that was messed up to uncover something that was messed up. That's messed up! Fixing or making arrangements to fix a whole lot of stuff right now. Cha-ching! Cha-ching! I WAS sitting pretty. Not so much right now. Lot of minuses hitting the checkbook. Thankfully I have plenty to keep me busy without hardly spending a dime outside of the account debits right now.

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LOL T-Bell


Almost like thinking people in China eat American style Chinese food or going to Olive Garden for Italian food. Best meal to eat out in America is breakfast.

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Great tip.

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Sorry to hear about your SIL, tee. Heart disease or cancer is never welcome news, especially when someone is young. We are ALL young here, right GRIS? Too young to be inflicted with a catastrophic illnesses. Sadly, whatever our plans, there is one thing that is inevitable. None of us is getting out of here alive ..... At least in a physical form. Good that the cancer is treatable and operable. Sounds like it was caught in an early stage. Hope for the best. S

Sue has two upcoming surgeries. Corrective facial for her left eyelid. Then left leg and foot has multiple ganglion cysts. Now physical therapy scheduled for her left knee to strengthen muscle due to muscle loss. It's always something. Fortunately nothing life threatening. And the wheel in the sky keeps on turning.

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Hi!

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Concealed carry meeting but most leave their guns at home. One of the topics though was not storing your firearms in the car. Two recent car burglaries uptown where weapons were stolen. Crime watch facilitator stated there were enough guns on the street as it is without putting more out there. Not many showed up for the meeting. Crime is negligible in our area. They commented that it's probably because we have an active crime watch group. If you see something say something. That and there is a ton of law enforcement that lives out here. They don't call it Copville for nothing. Those that aren't cops, like me, are probably more dangerous because we lack formal training.

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Going grocery shopping. Crime watch meeting tonight here at the house. A few this and that chores will fill my day. Have a good'n.

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Just like I'm supposed to have gold chains because I drive a Corvette.


Don't tell me you don't. ;)

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Re: Wednesday Chat 10.23.19
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I GUESS YOU HAVE USPS RETIREMENT OF SOME SORT, IT'S A WHOLE 'NOTHER BALLGAME I THINK. HAVE NO IDEA HOW THAT INTERACTS WITH SS/MEDICARE ETC.


GRIS I have GEHA and retired under CSRS. I too was set for the SS offset so I never even bothered to qualify. I have 36 quarters. I'm not going back to work. They gave me an offer I couldn't refuse and went out at 53 1/2. 30 years Postal plus 5 years USAF time. Cant believe at the end of this year I will be out 11 years. I also opted not to join into FERS, the new and improved retirement model. I understand from many they did well with it. I'm not crying. I'm doing alright. Never be rich, never be poor. I'm going to go with signing up for A & B. That's what my friends and former coworkers are doing. One is very investigative. A former shop steward, so I trust his evaluation and judgement. My monthly outgo is going to go up with that so I'm less than thrilled about he financial impact. I think I just read about GEHA kicking back a little to medicare beneficiaries. Have to look into that.

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So,tee. What were the suggestions? I'm coming up soon behind you. I'm keeping my group insurance and signing up for parts A & B. Drug coverage will come from my private insurer. At least that's the plan for now. GRIS, what was the surprise you got from medicare last time you went to sign up for something? Was it A, B, D or other?

Pace has slowed down. I'm just doing stuff I know needs to be done before I commit to the caulk and paint project out back. Ceiling fan came in yesterday so I installed it. I had to order it online since none of the local stores had a 30" fan/light combo. Came in a few days. The UPS guy dropped it over my front fence. (cringe) The globe survived so all was well. Delivery drivers do all kinds of wacky stuff. Leave it outside my gate where a thief can help themselves. Drop it over the fence onto the electric gate track. Leave it without putting it in a plastic bag. You know the rain in Spain mainly dumps on Florida. I prefer to purchase fragile stuff locally but sometimes there is no other choice. Then of course there are unexplained folds, cuts and gouges suffered during the shipping process. Sounds like I'm griping again. Of course I am. I wouldn't be happy unless I was bitchin.

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Thinking of VB's reply yesterday about the 90* temp. As much as I dislike high heat I dislike cold weather more. Rather sweat than get goose bumps and chills any day. Today marks a new chapter in my life. I took my first disbursement from my personal retirement savings account and will take one a year over the next 10 years (or hand the balance over to Sue upon my expiration). Fixing the 90 Corvette and a few other tasks with the money. Need a little extra to maintain all the toys. The 928 may see a little shop time soon as well. Been saving the funds as a rainy day fund but decided I should let it sprinkle a little.

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The salt and slush will show up nicely on that blue background. Course I don't know too much about that living in Flori-dah. ;)

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Merged tee.

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VB .... It's only SEMA, right?

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I just realized this is the only 10-22-19 I will see in my lifetime. Best I use it well. Good guruing.

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