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Re: 11/26/2020 Thanksgiving Day
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Happy Thanksgiving, all!


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Re: 25 NOV 20
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In other news, for you who choose to shop for yourself for the Christmas holiday: It's large, Marge

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/lg-86-cla ... v/6401777.p?skuId=6401777

That price is eye-opening (bad pun alert!) — that used to be 65-inch money. We have an LG 60-inch LED 4K that we're quite happy with. It looks like we've finally made it to the point where people can accidently buy a TV that's too big.

LG's OLED televisions are widely thought to be the best in the business, but they can go way up the food chain:

https://www.lg.com/us/tvs/lg-oled88zxpua-signature-oled-8k-tv


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Well after 70 years of hard driving and millions of miles I am headed in to get some chassis work done this morning. I found a shop that specializes in this kind of repairs and like an older Corvette some parts need worked on to have it handle like it always did … you know tight in the curves and flat out on the straights … If all goes well I will be back late afternoon ready to have the family wait on me hand and foot … catch you on the flip flop Guru's …

Best wishes, Marcus.


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Re: TUESDAY 24 NOVEMBER
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John I WAS aware of that. I'm just keeping a low profile for a couple days.

Cool—hang in there. Best.


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Re: TUESDAY 24 NOVEMBER
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On today's lighter topic, I'll agree that they likely don't make coffee makers like they used to. We must have just missed the window for one that would last. I'm also a very heavy coffee drinker—got that habit in the Navy.


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Re: TUESDAY 24 NOVEMBER
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Teebee, I hope you are okay.

From the University's epidemiologists: "new loss of taste or smell" is the closest symptom there is to a positive confirmation, but not losing taste or smell doesn't mean you don't have it.


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Re: TUESDAY 24 NOVEMBER
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DOMESTIC DISASTER: THE COFFEE MAKER CRAPPED OUT, WATER ALL OVER THE PLACE. THIS CALLS FOR A TRIP TO WALLY-WORLD.

Our rule of thumb is that there are no good coffee makers—at any price (and we've tried many). We now buy inexpensive and write the purchase date on the back of the machine.


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Glad I'm not Tommy today … I hate f@*king plumbing … I have ever told you guys that? I think maybe I've mentioned it once.

Maybe twice …


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Re: Fish Fryday Chat 11.20.20
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Good morning, all!

Pretty but chilly this morning in southeastern Pennsylvania.


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Re: Lauren Is 36 Today
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Thanks, all!

Letty, I'll get you a review on the 12 mini once we've had ours for a couple of weeks—if I don't, please remind me. So far, we're quite happy: Ivelis is moving from an 8 and I'm moving from an Xs.


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Re: MONDAY THE 16TH
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Quote by a forest ranger at Yosemite National Park on why it is hard to design the perfect garbage bin to keep bears from breaking into it: “There is considerable overlap between the intelligence of the smartest bears and the dumbest tourists.”


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Lauren Is 36 Today
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She was born on Friday, November 16th, 1984, in (of course) Bowling Green, Kentucky. As I've said before, this date means Lauren is now firmly on the early side of the old Corvette versus new Corvette dividing line.

This year was a somewhat fraught one for Lauren, though for different reasons than for most of us. Last November, I put her up for sale, trying to free up room for other automotive interests. This status lasted until about March when I pulled her off the market—just before the lockdowns began.

If remotely possible, I drive Lauren at least a little bit on her birthday—this year, we got nice weather, so I took her into the local shop to get the PA state inspection. She passed with flying colors, which made me happy.

Below is a photograph taken this afternoon—testing out one of the cameras in my snazzy new iPhone 12 mini. Lauren now has 78,857 miles.


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Re: Turds-day 11/12/2020
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My electricity is out. Somewhere from the pole to my house. 121 on one side 94 on the other. Called the electrician and the power company. Electrician got there first and diagnosed it. Running my diesel Kubota generator. Not strong enough to support my 220 stuff. Only the 110. So , no A/C, no hot water, no stove, no dryer. Have lights, fans, refrigerators and freezers, aeriation for the pond, tv and now my computer. I hate when this happens. 28 days without power back with hurricane Andrew. A few days with Hurricane Irma. See how lucky I get. Florida has a ton of power issues thanks to Eta. It is hot and humid still. It could be worse. I could be without a generator.

Best of luck for getting power back soon.


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Re: Turds-day 11/12/2020
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Good morning, all.

Winter has returned to the Philadelphia area—the temperature has been dropping for most of the day.

Gris, 50 pictures. More details:

https://j3studiopress.com/2020/11/09/50000-words/


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Re: Chevrolet Salutes Oliver Gavin as He Concludes Full-Time Role with Corvette Racing
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Ollie is a class act; we enjoyed a few minutes talking with him at Le Mans several years ago.

This news didn't surprise me—as drivers age, they lose a little bit of speed. With Porsche's exit from GTLM at the end of this year and Ford's exit last year, many excellent drivers are available.


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Re: SAMHAIN 2020
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We are happy with our tankless hot water heater, which we've had for a little over three years. I know life was changing when our HVAC guy carried it in under one arm.


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Looks great, Matt. We remain utterly sold on our C5 convertible—Chevrolet really nailled that design.


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Re: SIXTH DAY OF OCTOBER 2020
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Wow. One person on this site is showing over 32,000 posts.

That person must have issues.


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Re: SIXTH DAY OF OCTOBER 2020
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Good morning, all.


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Re: Another Upgrade For Louis …
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Glad it worked!

I looked at the claims on Jim's website and told Ivelis if half of them were true, it would be worth the trouble.


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We drove the newly upgraded Louis on our local torture test road yesterday—you still hear all the bumps, but you don't feel them nearly as much. Both Ivelis and I are very pleased.


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When our lawn mower broke and wouldn't run, my wife kept hinting to me that I should get it fixed. But, somehow I always had something else to take care of first, the shed, the boat, making beer … Always something more important to me. Finally she thought of a clever way to make her point. When I arrived home one day, I found her seated in the tall grass, busily snipping away with a tiny pair of sewing scissors. I watched silently for a short time and then went into the house. I was gone only a minute, and when I came out again I handed her a toothbrush. I said, "When you finish cutting the grass, you might as well sweep the driveway."

The doctors say I will walk again, but I will always have a limp.


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… and here you go. Dressed by Ivelis.


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Re: Did a fuel line swap on the 89
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Nice work!


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Good morning, all.

We're off this Thursday and Friday because Ivelis is in a "use 'em or lose 'em" situation with her employer.

We're doing a kind of tour of the local gardens and arboretums of note. Last Friday:

http://www.morrisarboretum.org/

Yesterday:

https://www.jenkinsarboretum.org/

Later today:

https://www.chanticleergarden.org/

Tomorrow:

https://longwoodgardens.org/

In addition, we've done some of those fall tasks—prep the ice melt, cycle the DampRid, and get the ornamental pumpkins. I think I'll have a decent picture of the front of the house when the sun hits it later today.


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Re: LAST DAY OF SEPTEMBER
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Tempus fugit. RIP Mac

I hadn't a clue that he wrote those Elvis songs. Wow.


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Re: LAST DAY OF SEPTEMBER
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NOTHING ON THE AGENDA TODAY. READING A BOOK BY C.S. FORESTER,ABOUT ATLANTIC CONVOY ESCORT IN WWII. HE WROTE SOME VERY GOOD BOOKS, AS WELL AS THE HORNBLOWER SERIES.

The Good Shepherd, Gris?

By the way, that's a sly dig at the Hornblower books …


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Re: ANOTHER MONDAY
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OH WHAT A BEAUTIFUL MORNING---

One of the greatest songs from any musical. Up there with The Impossible Dream, One, Send In The Clowns, Some Enchanted Evening, Summertime, There's No Business Like Show Business, and Tonight.


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Good morning, all.

Dreary and humid in the Philadelphia area, reflecting the performance of our sports teams. Our Phillies masks will arrive the day after they failed to make the postseason.


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Re: Sundy Chat 09.27.20
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Good afternoon, all.

A lot has changed over the years, but some of us still have our C4s. Certainly, the overall Guru Corvette fleet is more modern.

Ivelis and I have met a good amount of the Guru population in person. We've also lost a few Gurus, who we miss. The nature of the hobby, I'm afraid.


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Is it software only or do any parts require changing?

They swap the relevant module (which requires removing the passenger-side front fender. As far as I know, the magnetic ride controller has always been its own separate component.


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… I'm beginning to think this is akin to what the Navy used to call the Service Life Extension Program (SLEP). Today, I drove the 2012 about sixty miles to get its magnetic ride control suspension upgraded. The programming for this upgrade was done by Jim Mero—who was the Corvette Ride and Handling Vehicle Dynamics Engineer. Details are here:

https://jimmero.com/

It took Brian at Apex Auto less than an hour to do the upgrade—he said it was much easier than the Z06s and ZR1s because there's not as much crammed into the area where the controller sits.

Driving home, the car felt notably tighter, responding to bumps in a more controlled manner. I'm pleased.


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Unfortunately for me I lost the Corvette yesterday. Caught fire and burned down. My daughter is absolutely devastated as she loved that car. I'm working through it.

I saw those pictures—frightening. Glad you are okay.


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I'm so sorry—glad you and the house are okay.


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WEIRDO THAT I AM, I FOUND THIS REALLY FUNNY:

That is really funny!


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PARTIALLY FROM TANK RANGES, PARTIALLY FROM THE VC TAX COLLECTOR THAT TRIED TO THROW A GRENADE IN MY SHIRT POCKET IN 1967.  HE DIDN'T QUITE MAKE IT BUT CLOSE DOES COUNT WITH HAND GRENADES.  I WAS DOWN ON BOTH KNEES BEHIND A SAMPAN AND THE BLAST STRETCHED ME OUT FLAT ON MY BACK.

THE 105MM ON THE M60'S WAS NOT AS LOUD AS THE 90MM WITH TRANSVERSE MUZZLE BREAK ON THE M48 SERIES. IT WOULD LIFT A STEEL POT RIGHT OFF YOUR HEAD IF YOU WERE TOO CLOSE BEHIND IT.


TROUBLE WITH RANGES IS IF YOU WERE OIC OR SAFETY OFFICER ESPECIALLY, YOU COULDN'T GET TOO MUCH INTO EARPLUGS AS YOU HAD TO HEAR ANY ALARM OR "CEASE FIRE" CALL.

Always interesting, Gris—and that's a compliment. I adjusted very quickly to the combination of hearing protection they gave us in the Navy and could hear everything clearly. Of course, most of that damaging noise was jet engines on the flight deck.


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Good afternoon, all.

Tom, we're glad Sue is okay.

All the way back east, we smell no smoke, but there was one day when the sun was a striking orange. Well north of us in upstate New York, I have reports of a smoky smell.

Gris, was that 105 mm/120 mm that caused the hearing loss? When I was in the Navy, they put a lot of trouble into limiting the damage—having us wear foam in the ears and "Mickey Mouse" over the ears. At least for me, it worked.


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Good morning, all.

Fall isn't officially here yet, but it sure feels like it.


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Good morning, all.

Bad news in our household this morning. Ivelis' closest friend in the Corvette hobby is entering hospice care. We had been planning to take her to Longwood Gardens today, but that's cancelled. We're hoping to go see her tomorrow.

It has been a rough couple of years in our part of the hobby.


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CarPlay playing music:


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CarPlay running TomTom GO:


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Backup camera:


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Close up. Putting in that background was easy.


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Long view.


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vetteblondie wrote: Kenwood mite be the ticket then . I can’t stand not having a basic function like Bluetooth. I’m sure it’d put out better sound also. I mite add that to my Christmas wish list

Letty, we got this one:

https://www.crutchfield.com/p_113DDX69 ... ood-Excelon-DDX6906S.html

—Ivelis and I are quite happy with it, but it is very fancy. I'll grab some pictures of the install for you this weekend.


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… figured out there is no ground strap from the engine to the frame on the 56 …

Doh! That might explain some things …


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Ok, I like that JBL unit for the rear hatch area. Had no clue there was a tweeter in the dash?? Mine is the Nav unit w/siris XM However - is there no way to bluetooth to this thing? I mean, I can get a $69 head unit at Wally world that will but a car with an original price tag of $74k didn't have it stock? WTH

The killer problem is that the basics of the telematics were designed in the early 2000s. Us 2012 owners got a slightly upgraded version of the 2005 unit.

That's why Ivelis and I ended up giving in and putting a Kenwood in it's place. At this point, we've forgotten what the old unit even looked like.


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Morning guys … No snow, but it is 37 this morning. Only looking at low 40s for a high.

Hmmm … here we go, looks like.


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WAIT TILL YOU GET MY AGE; EVERYBODY LOOKS YOUNG. I SEE COPS THAT MAKE ME THINK: "WOW, DOES YOU'RE MOM KNOW YOU'RE OUT HERE WITH A GUN?"

'Tis true—I've had to acccept that there are airline pilots far younger than me. That was an adjustment; I prefer to see the Sullenberger type …


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John - what around the house uses cotter pins? Just curious. The easy way to remove them is clip the end off with side cutters and then use needle nose pliers or a cotter pin pick to pull them out.

It was an aged seed and melt push spreader that I was disassembling for disposal. We have a surprising number of cotter pins amongst our garden tools.


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