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Re: SUNDAY MORNING
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That's a very safe statement. It can always be worse.

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Doc got a ticket running a red light.... she is grumpy.... she let a guy in front of her that had a trailer and motorcycle on it and was looking at the trailer and followed him through the light and it was red.... did not stop the trailer guy but the local yokel stopped her... she did not pull over right away because she could not figure out why he wanted her to pull over...... He asked her why she waited so long to pull over and she said... I wanted to make sure we had a safe place so you didn't get run over....

He reduced it down to a failure to yield which is $25 dollars but the court costs are the killer... and she gets her name in the paper and is now known as a desperado.... like I said she is a bit grumpy...but it could have been worse....



Gotta love small town newspapers. If that's all they have to report then crime is not a major issue.

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Re: SATURDAY 18 MAY
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from last night
Sue was parking the Suburban complaining about the brakes being hard. She clipped the front of the 91 Corvette ripping the nose bra and shifting the drive side nose down ever so slightly. The front bumper got knocked out of position on the Suburban. It was a low speed crash under 5 mph so no major damage, thankfully. I wanted to rip into her but laid off and calmly went about some end of the day stuff and went to bed. Inside I was This morning I did some patching up and positioning and it is all somewhat acceptable. Got an L shaped tear in the nose bra that I backed with duct tape and sealed the outside with black liquid electric tape. Looks cosmetically better but I know it's there. I told her last night it had nothing to do with the brakes and everything to do with the steering. And she was the one doing the steering. Screw it. It's over and done with now. What lies ahead? Like I don't have enough stuff to do already. Ahhhh-uhmmmmmm. Ahhhh-uhmmmmmm Ahhhh-uhmmmm. Deep breath ........

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Re: FRIDAY the 17TH
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Hello GRIS. HOT in SoFlo. 09:00AM and it's already sweaty weather outside. Mow, mow, mow the yard gently down the swale.Then we shall see how much I can tolerate. I planted 5 3 gallon hibiscus plants yesterday afternoon outside the patio. Swinging the pick and shoveling aren't as easy as I remember, not that it was ever really easy. Gardening is a never ending project as with home and vehicle ownership. As I've mentioned before, I have something to do everyday for the rest of my life. Doing my best to forget the past, live in the moment and get as old as I reasonably can one day at a time. Doing my best not to worry about anything though at times I allow myself fall victim. Get it together gurus. Life awaits those who choose to live it.

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Re: Thus day Chat 05.16.24
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Here is an earworm for y'all.



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Thus day Chat 05.16.24
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Goomorn.

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Re: WEDNESDAY
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Some days you feel great. Some days not so much. Today I'm not feeling great. Sue made an appointment today with a spine specialist out of the Univeristy of Miami. She recently saw a a very well rated spine specialist from a local group and got his input. He suggested they put a series of rods, screws, nuts and bolts down each side of her spine. About a 9 month recovery with no guarantee she would get any pain relief. Sue of course declined. The UM doctor is recognized as a premier specialist around the world. Supposedly not very amicable, late on appointments but said to be one of the best. Multiple recommedations from different sources for this doctor.


LOL. I sound like and old person. When you get to be of a certain age the main conversations center around health. Speaking of that. Thinking it may be time for me to consider getting hearing aids. Not really get them. Just consider it.

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Re: WEDNESDAY
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Re: TUESDAY 14 MAY 2024
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Tommy, all the best in the continued search for Daryl... Maybe he is in Cuba.... don't know why I said that.... we will keep praying he turns up....



I don't know why you said that either. I just have a feeling he may have just up and ran. But, foul play cannot be ruled out. You can't know what you don't know.

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Re: TUESDAY 14 MAY 2024
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Ahh, the new colors. Pea Soup Green, Cheery Cherry Red, Twilight Black and Fresh Cow Shit Brown.

I'm going to sit down and write up Sonny Boy's background for a local news reporter that is interested in doing a piece on him. He will no doubt come by for an interview at some point. Daryl has been missing almost 8 months now. See if we can turn something up by beating the bushes a little.

Great ..... Buddy the dog just puked on the rug right next to me.

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Re: MONDAY
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Sleeping like a normal person does not make someone normal.


Discovered an overlooked hospital bill from Jan.2023 to the tune of $1899. I'm surprised they didn't send the bill collectors after me. Took 10 months for the insurance company to pay the hospital. I never got a bill but I can see it on myy account. Ka-ching! It'll go to this years medical expense write offs but ouch just the same.

My neighbors kid that had a serious 4 wheeler accident last year is permanently messed up. Thay had to remove the top of his skull due the fluid pressure on his brain. He suffered some brain damage and the part that drains the fluid naturally was damaged. He's been wheelchair bound and has the intelligence of a 4 year old. Has to learn skills all over again. Tough on the family I'm sure. Off road vehicles are popular here but I've heard of a number of incidents and fatalities. Teenagers think they're invincible.

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Re: MONDAY
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Bill paying day. Have to pay the piper. Past two months the solar panels have fulfilled our energy requirements. Still have to send $42 to the electric company for a surge prtection plan and a $25 solar account maintenance fee. Temps in SoFlo have been hot and humid. dreading being outdoors. That's why today is a paperwork day.

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Re: FRIDAY the 10TH
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Butchart Gardens outside Vicoria Canada was nice and Victoria was OK too. We got the fillets of the fishes Sue caught Sitka by FEDEX today. Luckily everything arrived individually wrapped and frozen. We were a little concerned with the time it took by FEDEX.

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Re: FRIDAY the 10TH
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So basically they are saying white people save and invest for their future while blacks and hispanics spend their money on week to week necessities and have nothing to show for it. Who'da thunk it? Of course if they taught financial responsability in school it might educate those of color how to make their money grow. Sacrifice and investment are words unfamiliar to many. At least they have some nice footwear, cellphones and bling.

Speaking of investments ..... There is an interested party coming by on Monday to look at the nursery. Apparrently they are highly motivated. There have been 18 interested parties. Some just want the land with nothing on it. We prefer to sell it as an operating business with inventory. If we sell just the land Sue wants 6 months to liquidate everything on it. We shall see what comes down the pike. One day it will sell either to a developer, private homeowner or business interest. All proceedes will go to fund our retirement after Uncle and the realtor take their cut.

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...I believe its Get thee behind me Satan, for thou art an offence unto me.... Matt 16:22-24 I believe the old King James version carries more weight when dealing with such things.........


In the King Tommy version it's more like Get the fu.. Never mind ...... And of course, I see Matt had something to do with it ....

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Here are a few teasers. Valdez then Hubbard Glacier.

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One, is cleaning out the storage shed, take inventory of what we have down there and arrange it so we can utilize it. Something I've needed to do for several years.


Oh ya. It's on my list too. The garage and sheds all need my attention. I'll get to it soon ...... Maybe .....

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Back from the great outdoors of Alaska. The ports of call were great. No rain. Coldest in Icy Straight Point and Seward but it IS Alaska. Favorite port was Sitka. A local overheard us saying we could live there. They replied it usually rains here, a lot. You guys are just lucky. We were lucky throughout the cruise weatherwise. We've been lucky every time we went to Alaska. We were sitting in the airport getting ready to board when Sue got a call that some drunk guy sleeping it off backed into the main gate at the nursery. Luckily she got our fence/gate guy to take care of it while we headed out. He fixed it a couple of days later. A dark cloud of has been hovering all around us. We have disproved the theory of bad things coming in 3's. We are way passed that now. Got home and I moved Sue's Silverado over to it's regular parking spot in the yard. That's the last time it started. Cranks but won't start so now it's at the shop. When we picked up the Suburban from the Park N'Go lot at the airport the A/C wasnt working. It just got a new compressor and two lines about 5 weeks ago. ? My sister made a suggestion I pray "Get behind me Satan!" I have a gaggle of gremlins lying about that need to be dispatched immediately if not sooner. As far as the gambling went, we easily prepaid for our next free cruise offer. Free cruises are "not" free. The house did what the house does. Beat the odds. I'll post some picks on a later date after I have downloaded them from my phone. Over and out. Tommy T-Bone here in case you forgot who am.

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Re: SUNDAY 21 APRIL
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Bye, bye, bye. Maybe I'll get a chance to drop in over the next couple of weeks. We shall see. Adios amigos and amiga.

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Matt hurt his back?



Busy as can be. Heading out tomorrow afternoon. Staying over night at the Hard Rock. Close to Ft Lauderdale Airport. Monday night next to Pikes Market in Seattle. Tuesday board the ship. Later gator.

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Re: THURSDAY 18 APR
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There would be less traffic if those that could would use public transportation leaving the road more accessible for those of us that won't use public transportation.

Things getting back on track . Hoping the dark cloud that has been hanging over us has moved on to afflict some other poor souls. Afterall, there are only so many things that can go wrong, right?

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Re: WEDNESDAY THE 17th
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Letty, when I transferred the video from my phone to the computer for some reason it wont play. So for now. I can't share it. Too big a file for here anyway. I'd have to upload it to youtube.

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Re: WEDNESDAY THE 17th
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STOP THE INSANITY! Last night Sue and I were driving home from the casino. We were getting close to home and had to go over a railroad crossing. A very bumpy railroad crossing. Just after we cleared it we heard a noise come from the back of the Suburban. A chunk of glass fell from the right rear quarter panel into the storage area. Of course I accused Sue of driving too fast over the crossing and the body flex must have broken the glass. Too dark to see much last night but upon further inspection this morning I found what appered to be an impact point. Looks like one of three possiblities. A vandal broke the glass with something at the casino. (An old man was pissed we had taken a handicapped spot before he could get it. He flipped me off but I didn't see it. Sue did.) We have a placard but don't put it up till we're parked.) Someone threw a rock or shot it with a bb gun at the crossing or somewhere else. Sue thinks every trip is like driving a race at Daytona so another driver could have done it on the highway. In any case I brought the Suburban into the glass shop today and should have it back by this evening. It should cost around $325. They told me $306 but not sure if that included sales tax. Tha saga continues.

Speaking of Daytona ..... Florida passed a slower traffic keep right law that will soon be enforced by Highway Patrol. We have an incredible number of left lane huggers that obstruct the flow of traffic. Funny thing is the right lanes often end up being tha passing lanes. Some people get in the left lane and just drive the speed limit. The unmitigated gall. Dont they understand Florida driving? 80 is the new 60/65/70. Many drive at 90 plus. Directionals are optional. No matter how many laws thay pass you can't fix stupid. Not to fo forget. Many that live here don't hablo the ingl├ęs. Others need to get a cell phone implant. And yet others should have given up their license years ago. Time to move on. But before I go, to those that keep their Christmas lights up year round .... Merry Christmas.

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Getting caught up on pre-cruise chores and going to start packing. Expected temps in the 30-60 range in Alaska so lots of clothes to keep me warm and a pair of gloves. Looking forward to the majestic snow capped mountains, bluer than blue skies, animals and marine life in natural habitats, crisp fresh air and of course viewing the glaciers. We LOVE Alaska. Two weeks on a cruise ship with a casino open for vast amounts of time. Dangerous. Extremely dangerous.

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Re: APRIL 15
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Oops! Posted this on Suday's post meant for today.

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...for the love of Mike!!......how is that even possible...had to be really short person in the car.... is the car an automatic or stick? I have so many questions.... that's like those Farmers Insurance ads about the weird things they covered..... gotta be an automatic...left in gear... ??



Goo dafternoon. Marcus, the car was locked, manual transmission 5 speed, left in 1st gear with emergency brake on. Started moving on it's own. No one in the car, no key, ignition off.The office camera caught it on video. Showed the police. No one wants to believe it but it is true and have the video to prove it. I signed the car over to our Porsche mecahnic to do with it what he will. Damage to the hood, the nose, left fender crushed, left front suspension broken and a big dent in the frame. Probably could have repaired it for resale but it would be like throwing good money after bad. Waiting for a call from my insurance company to make sure I can give the car away. Fact is, I already did. Sigrned over the title this morning. I think it will be put back in roadwothy condition. You can do that when you start with a car that cost you nothing. Our loss wil be somebody's gain.

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Re: SUNDAY
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...for the love of Mike!!......how is that even possible...had to be really short person in the car.... is the car an automatic or stick? I have so many questions.... that's like those Farmers Insurance ads about the weird things they covered..... gotta be an automatic...left in gear... ??



Goo dafternoon. Marcus, the car was locked, manual transmission 5 speed, left in 1st gear with emergency brake on. Started moving on it's own. No one in the car, no key, ignition off.The office camera caught it on video. Showed the police. No one wants to believe it but it is true and have the video to prove it. I signed the car over to our Porsche mecahnic to do with it what he will. Damage to the hood, the nose, left fender crushed, left front suspension broken and a big dent in the frame. Probably could have repaired it for resale but it would be like throwing good money after bad. Waiting for a call from my insurance company to make sure I can give the car away. Fact is, I already did. Sigrned over the title this morning. I think it will be put back in roadwothy condition. You can do that when you start with a car that cost you nothing. Our loss wil be somebody's gain.

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I'm living a bad dream right now. The stars are not aligned and it's been wreaking havoc. Must have had something to do with the eclipse. On Thursday the 928 was parked in front of the nursery with it's for sale signs. On the cameras at 13:13 the 928 started on it's own and drove into the street colliding with a box truck knocking out it's drive shaft and shifting it's rear end. The 928 is totaled. The driver said the car pulled out into him. We were all like "Really?". When we went back and looked at the cameras sure as $#!+ the 928 pulled out and smashed into him. No key. No driver. Just strted and "BAM!". The internet says it could have been a rare solonoid malfuntion. There can be no other reason unless a lizard jumped the cables with it's body. We are just dumbfounded. Dumfounded and out of $10,000 plus we are reponsible for damages. The car was insured for $100,000 liability,. State Farm wants a copy of the vid. Plain as day it started on it's own. Nobody around the car. A buyer showed up with an envelope of cash on Friday for the purchase. Multiple 's right now. I asked the news reported to wait till after I come back from vacation to meet for a story on my son. Still missing. I'm experiencing some anxiety and a touch of depression right now but I am aware and combatting it as this is not my first around with with The vaction is much needed. I need a total disconnect. Oh well. Onward. Take one step forward. Hopefully not two steps back

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Paying bills, getting all my paperwork in order for our upcoming vacation. Other tasks await. Weather is breezy but nice. I went through the stuff on my desk and found a bill that was due TODAY. Good thing I looked. My energy has been waning. Wonder what might cause that? Stiff joints, aches and pains abound.


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Sue's family gathering went off with nominal hitches. They've headed home. Only 2 people stayed with us for 2 nights. Others opted for hotels. Made for a quieter environment. Put some stuff away today, worked on the nursery lawnmower, worked on the fish pond at home. Put some more stuff away. Fed the critters. Watered plants. I'm done. Recliner here I come.

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The guests are trickling into town. Dinner tonight at one of tghe largest malls in Florida, The Dolphin mall. They have plenty of restaurants to choose from so we'll go crash one of them. Just finished most of my chore list for today. Feedin the critters and then I plan on calling it a day. Want to make God laugh? Tell Him you have plans. LOL Tomorrow afternoon we'll have a gathering/memorial here at the house. More than enough seating.

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Felling a lot like Cinderfella. Lately I've been thinking I work too damned much. At least it should make for an easy vacation transition in a couple and a half weeks from now. Many related tasks will be caught up. Of course there a couple of new issues that will add to the current workload. Never ending battle.

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Yard day in prep for guests. Nothing impresses guests like a nice yard. Tomorrow .... Housekeeping.

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The Florida Supreme Court approved the language on the legalization of marijuana for personal use to be on the ballot this November. I hope it passes because when Biden or Trump get an OK for four more years I think Floridians and everyone else in the nation, are gonna need to stay stoned for the next four years. Of course if you really want some Mary Jane it's readily available on the black market anyway.

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Pray for our sinners. That's gonna take a whole lot of prayers. I confuse myself sometimes. Whatever happens on this planet is of little consequence as long as you trust and believe in God through His Son. "With the power of soul anything is possible."


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April Fools! Two of them. One released a bible pack and the other celebrates trans people on Easter. And this is the world we live in today. I'm wondering if Jesus was walking the Earth today would he vote for Trump. I'm thinking of a write in vote for Olsteen. Now there's a guy who knows how to raise some money. Praise The Lord.



No shortage of fools around the world. As long as there are humans I don't believe there will ever be peace.

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According to the detective EBT will only release information in a criminal investigation, not a missing persons case. I got a response from a local news outlet and the reporter is interested in doing a story. Things could get complicated since the homeowner of where he was staying doesn't want his house to be on the news. I'll have to get with the reporter aand see what we can work out.

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Tried dislodging info about EBT card (food stamps) usage on Sonny-boy from the State of Florida to no avail. Privacy statutes. Plan on writing an email to Help Me Howard, a local TV station problem solver, and considering hiring a P I. Daryl is such a private person that lives off the grid so I hate the idea of hiring someone to find someone that leaves no traces. Plenty of stuff need fixing and I'm trying to get to some of it. .... Starting now. Sue's medical issues abound. Trying to get some of them resolved as well. Sue's sousins coming into town next weel to spread her uncles ashes. We'll have company for 4 days. A full house here and at FIL's. Alaska in about 3 weeks. plenty of pre trip prep mfor that as well. No moss growing on me.

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There is nothing like a nice electric riding lawnmower at only 2 1/2 times the price of a gas one. Such a deal. We do have an electric/ battery powered weed eater though.

Went to help Sue for an hour at the nursery this morning. Turned into 6 hours. Go figure.

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Brought to the Suburban to the shop this morning to get the humming noise in the fan box fixed. An hour later the mechanic and his wife dropped it off at the nursery. That was nice of them. Went shpping this morning too. Onward. Chores and tasks await.

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Goo mornin.

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Gris glad you got the red car back....



Ditto

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I've had many electric cars over the years. Ones with AA AAA C and D batteries.

Family members departed yesterday. Trying to return to normal. The Suburban is home. Going back tomorrow to the shop because when they changed the inside cabin filter some crap must have fallen into the blower housing. Makes a humming noise on high speed. I was going to fix it myself but can't get the damned sockets into the bottom cover back footwell holes to take it off. I'm sure the shop has the right tools for the job. The angle of the floor prevents me from getting good access. Even using a swivel socket extension. Nice start to the day temp wise. Rather warm in the mid day. No rain to speak of.

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Got the Suburban back. Whole bunch of new parts plus the engine and transmission. Labor plus the motor and transmission covered for 3 years, 100,000 miles. We should be good to go for awhile on that one. Family in town so there will be some eating out to do.

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Where would the world be withour bacon?


Cleaning house today. My maid's outfit seems to be a little tight. My two reamianing sisters and BIL along with a great neice coming to the house tonight. Scrub a dub the tub up next.

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Shelter me Lord underneath your wings .....




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The politics of politics. What kind of shed has no storage? Bloodshed. Someone needs to free the slaves. Wait a minute. They already did that. Maybe someday some will realize their freedom.

Dropped off my tax paperwork today. One headache relieved.



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Jesus H. Christ. I consider myself functionally literate but this stuff just makes me

https://secure.ssa.gov/poms.NSF/lnx/0425501320

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"NOTE 4:

Information on insured status and work history will be on the SEQY. Information on reading and interpreting the SEQY is found in the POMS at SM 00345.000. For more details on the places and periods of work and non-covered work, see the Detailed Earnings Query (DEQY) (See POMS SM 00344.000). Additionally, the Work History Assistant Tool (WHAT) is also helpful in retrieving DEQY data and displaying it in an easy to read format."



WHAT?

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Turn it up and read the lyrics. Back from a time when they actually wrote lyrics. LOL



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Marcus, you pay 35%? Damn .... You must make some nice coin.

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Off to a cool start here. 61* climbing to mid 70's. Nice. Still putting together my docs for 2023 taxes. Hope to have it done today. Not working on the 91 vert till I take care of some higher priorities. I'm taking a more aggressive position on getting rid of the 3 cars. Stick a fork in me. I'm done with dealing with them anymore.

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