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Re: WEDNESDAY 5 OCTOBER
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thought I might put a rollaway in there for if I would ever be in the dog house..... not me says I.....



Didn't you put up walls and heat in the shop/garage? I'm sure a rollaway would fit in there.

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Re: WEDNESDAY 5 OCTOBER
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Caller ID is the greatest invention besides cable tv and google search.


Going to do a few things today. Might as well get cracking.

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Re: 4 OCTOBER 2022
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All the kittens have died. They were really sick and the vet put the last two down this afternoon. Sue of course was very sad about it. I didn't have as much emotionally invested. Not that I'm pleased with it either.

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Re: 4 OCTOBER 2022
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Time is closing in fast on our cruise Oct 15th. Broke out the suitcases. Sue's trying desperately to save the kittens. Out of 6 3 have passed. She has been bottle feeding them kitten formula. She brought one that was struggling to the vet this morning and it died in his hands. Didn't charge Sue anything. They do a lot of visits gratis for her bedcause they know she is active in animal rescue. Interestingly she cries when one dies. Yesterday in the back yard Schatzie, the rottie mix, trapped a rainbow agama (lizard) with her paw. When she lifted the lizard ran and Sue stomped on it's head and killed it. I asked Sue why she killed the lizard and she said " I'll kill every one of those bastards." They're invasive. There is an iguana in the back yard that just looks at me and doesn't run when I'm in the back yard. I call him Iggy. Iggy Pop. These poor critters didn't ask to be here. They're here because of irresponsable pet owners that either set them free or they escaped. Now they're everywhere. Morning and evening temps here have been nice.


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Re: SUNDAY THE TWOTH
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Sanctuary....




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Re: SUNDAY THE TWOTH
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The surest sign that intelligent life exists elsewhere in the universe is that it has never tried to contact us---


Strongly agree.

Several days a go a guy called Sue telling her he had found several kittens in his shed and didn't know what to do with them. He was thinking of putting them out of their misery. Sue being of kind heart told him to bring the kittens over and she would takle care of them . The several kittens ended up being 6 of about 1 week old. That means they need to be bottle fed. A few months back I had rescued a kitten from the bank parking lot also needing to be nursed. I personally cared for that kitten and actually became attached to it. We found it a home we thought would be good but the woman's mother in law tool the cat and did something with it. I don't know what. I still get pissed off when I think of what happened to that kitten and in my mind would like to do unimaginable things to that woman. I named that kitten Rocket because he loved to zoom around. He would run to me and jump on my arm to be picked up.I'm not a big cat fan but there are a few I like. That was one of them. Anyway, back to the story. Sue is nursing these 6 and they eat about every 2-3 hours. Like babies. When they get to 3 weeks old we can start them of a soft food and formula mix. Through the years Sue (and me by default) have rescued a multitude of animals and repitiles, mainly tortoises, kittens/cats, puppies/dogs, fish and a few potbellied pigs. Having a kind heart has its consequences. I didn't want any new animals when we moved to this house but that didn't seem to matter to someone. We are cruising in two weeks and I hope Sue comes up with a plan for the kittens. Our regular pet sitter takes care of the rest of the menagerie and Sue's office girl takes care of the nursery cats and fish. Like my chore list that will last me through my lifetime, so will some of our long living pets. Harry, the Cockatoo is around 30 and he could live another 30. The tortoises are 15-20 years old and the could live another 40. We have 14 tortoises. The Koi are 8 years old and can live 30 years+. Dottie our potbellied pig is showing signs of aging. She will soon be 10 and 15 is their average. Shatzie (Rottie mix) is 10 and in pretty good health but I'd give her 3 to 4 years with good care. Snoopy (Dachshund mix) is 5 and can go to 15 or more. Pretty much I think many will outlive me. Sue being younger will likely have to take over all the responsibilities of the house and everything in it. Can't say that I didn't warn her a decade ago but why listen to me. ..... What do I know .......

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Re: SATURDAY 1.X.22
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Lazy day. Just did a little shopping and a few regular chores.

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Re: THIRTY DAYS HATH SEPTEMBER---
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so your post said you are 68 years old and Woke? We may need an intervention....




67 and sleeping like a m'er f'er. I'll be dead and gone as this planet slips into the abyss. If only I were King. lol .....

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Re: THIRTY DAYS HATH SEPTEMBER---
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Feel kinda guilty saying this but it's a very nice morning here in SoFlo. Woke to 68*. One of my favorite temperatures. Sunny. My heart goes out to those only 150 miles away. It is truly a historic disaster. For those stubborn coastal folks that refused to leave, they opened the door to the nightmare that followed. Having survived a similar disaster in the past they're looking at a decade of reconstruction. Just the clean up will take almost a year if not more. Hopefully the loss of life will be minimal. The horror stories that emerge are unfathomable. So sad. Like I said, I have a strange feeling of guilt continuing on my path as so many people suffer. In any case I have plenty to do. I have a list today, a list for tomorrow and when they burn me up they can burn my list with me. It's all a matter of priorities.

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Re: THURSDAY THE 29TH
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Nice pics tee. I stacked some wood yesterday for those cold Florida nights. Oak. We cut back the fruit trees and the oak in that section of the yard to eliminate the crowding some of the trees were causing. Wasn't even on my list. Apparently it was on Sue's list. Bradenton crew made it through with some minor damge to my BIL and sis's house. An awning blew off and the back fence went down. They had rain water coming under the front door during the storm so Sue told them how to minimize it. They don't have any power right now either. The other sister lives a block away and has no damage and has power. Looks pretty bad from what I've seen. There will be work available for a couple of years to get everything back together again. Hurricanes have a way of sparking the economic engines. ... Well, back to the chores .....

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Re: 28 SEPTEMBER
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We are doing OK. Water only came up a little but didn't get into anything. I think we are in the clear here. Wind is cleaning out some branches. North of me in Miami and points north are having a few issues. Tornadoes mainly. The left coast is gonna get slammed.

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Re: TUESDAY 27 SEPTEMBER
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Part of the problem is all the new construction is elevated leaving all the poor bastards that have lived here in the older homes to not only deal with their excess water but we have the runoff from the elevated properties. Vulcan progress. Florida is pretty flat. Even in my other house the streets would flood from time to time with a foot of water. LOL. Vegas can't even handle 3" of rain. We can get that in an hour sometimes. LOL I'm prepared for it since I experienced some loss the first time it happened to me here. Since then I know to have everything lifted you wish to protect. It's a learn as you go type situation. My sisters and their families plus a few of my friends live over in the Tampa/St. Pete area. We opened our doors to the family if they wanted to evacuate for a few days. We could sleep 14 to 16 people here if we had to. Done it before a long time ago. It's like a big camping trip.

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Re: TUESDAY 27 SEPTEMBER
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Good morning. Rainy day.

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Tommy..... have you considered putting in tile drains on your acreage? tons of acres of farm ground that would be un farmable without the those. Send that water over to the neighbors you don't like....


The entire area is like a bowl. Everglades is to the west and the drainage canals can back up. Nowhere for the water to go except to let the drainage canals do their job. The only option would be to raise the entire property. Not worth the expense for the rare flooding issue. 4 or 5 times the water has risen to the high point but my house stays dry. Garage and two back sheds get 4-6 inches of water but it drains after a day or two. Just a PITA.

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Re: Monday, Monday, can't trust that day .... Chat
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Meanwhile, back at the ranch.

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Remember watching this on the tube.


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Hurricane will past west of us but we'll still see the effects of the outer bands which means wind and rain. 9-10 inches means my lot would be flooding. Forecast is 3-8 inches. I'll be lifting anything that needs lifting in the garage and back sheds. Made a high and dry spot for the tortoises last go round so thay should be good. Dottie the potbellied pig can come into the back patio if needed. I put the fish retention blocks around the pond yesterday. Have to run a cord out to the aerators in case water gets too high and I have to shut down the power out back. Even though we are outside the cone we will have some wet and windy impact. Oh well. Comes with the turf. Tampa area looks like the potential target.

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Re: SUNDAY MORNING
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Watching some football this season. Gives me a good reason to get some seat (recliner) time.

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Chest turned out very nice TB.

I was feeling adventurous today so I decided to cut random holes in the ceiling. Shower drain is leaking. It's seems that it's somehow leaking under the flange which is strange. Almost like the putty failed. It's not a simple job to just "unscrew" it so I put a heavy bead of silicone on it for now. Hopefully that fixes the problem.

Hope everyone has a great day!



there are some plumbing products designed for sealing leaky pipes. make sur you protect the application with duct tape.

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Re: SATURDAY 24 SEPT
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Ya tee. The cabinet looks like a great place to store more stuff. As we get rid of "stuff" I find it amazing just how much you can collect over a 40 year period. Actually I have some stuff that dates back to my teenage years. That's why we have such a big place for just two people. A great place to store stuff. With the house, 3 sheds, a storage container and the back office shed /bathroom, not even counting the stuff stored at the nursery, we have tons of stuff. I was thinking recently that even if I start getting rid of a lot of stuff, there will be plenty left over when I'm dead. No doubt much of it will end up in a dumpster. That's what people do when you die. They get rid of all your stuff. If you guys are ever in the SoFlo area let me know. Maybe I can send you home with something.

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Re: 23.IX.22 FALL EQUANOX
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C.D.




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Re: 23.IX.22 FALL EQUANOX
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Unfortunately methinks the new generation doesn't have the testicular (or labial ) fortitude to take anything back but their improperly working cellphone. So happy to have been born when I was. God bless the U.S.A..


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Re: Thursday Chat 09.22.22
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Re: Thursday Chat 09.22.22
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Lazy morning. Heading to the dental office soon for my quarterly cleaning. Healthy gums are happy gums. You all know that dental health can impact your heart health. Right?

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Re: Tuesday? Already? 20 September 2022
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Spread some mulch and a few this and that jobs. Gonna give my ass some seat time starting now.

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Re: MONDAY AGAIN
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Re: MONDAY AGAIN
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Oh ya . We have these dinosaur looking things too. Basilisk.

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Re: MONDAY AGAIN
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HEY TOMMY, YA GOING IGUANA HUNTING WHEN THEY ESTABLISH THE BOUNTY?


I have at least two in my yard. The little one is a friendly fella. The big one is about 3 ft long and he beats feet when he sees me in the yard. There is another big one too that I see on occasion. They don't bother me. They're vegetarians. I have a multitude of Agamas though. They breed like crazy. Cuban Brown Anoles are also plentiful and an occasional Knight anole. Corn snakes and black racers also make occasional appearances. They all love the tropical climate. Then there are also a frogs and toads that come out at night. Reptile heaven here. I love the variety of wildlife that calls my yard home or passes by. Birds include Blue Jays, sparrows, woodpeckers, doves, cardinals, starlings, hummingbirds, hawks and more. I enjoy walking and working out in the yard. There is always something to see.

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G'dafternoon. Slow to motivate today but I'm heading to the bank and HD to get some caulk and use up a refund on an HD card. Countdown to the next cruise is moving quickly. 3 1/2 weeks away. The month is flying by. Almost time to put out a few pumpkins.

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Re: SATURDAY
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Woke up thinking negative thoughts. You are what you think so I had to give them the boot. Happy happy, joy, joy.



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The list is actually much easier. Every anniversary is celebrated with gold, diamonds or both. If you give ANYTHING else like the the items the charts suggest expect to be in the doghouse.

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Anniversary day for the wife and me. 16 blissful wedded years. She got some flowers and some goodies. Seemed happy with that.


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Re: 14 SEPT 22
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This is what I had started writing originally when it vanished ..... then magically reappeared. So, I posted it. lol

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Tommy, fridge fixed? We had less than stellar results from Sears appliance repair.


The serviceman came with the correct replacement part. Being the way I am I had everything set up for his arrival. Step ladder to undo the top bolts that secure the door, a table to work on the door that was cleared and ready, an extension cord, heat gun to work out the shipping bends in the door strip. I held the door while he undid the bolts, put the door on the table and then let him uninstall and reinstall the new door strip. Then brought the door back and held it while he secured the top bolts. As usual I go over everything after he left. The entire row of attachment screws on the hinge side were not secured. In place but not tightened.

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Tommy, fridge fixed? We had less than stellar results from Sears appliance repair.



Short version. (Since my long version disappeared into a new tab.) He came. I had what he needed to make life easy. I helped with taking off and putting on the door. He left. I double checked his work only to find the entire hinge side of screws, around 16 of them, were not tightened. Those screws hold the insulation strip between the inside and outside of the door. So half assed work is my job assessment. I actually knew how to do the job since I looked it up on google. The guy was older, out of shape, and made me wonder how the hell he does it. Well, does most of it.


Was thinking today about how long many of us have been posting here. Was thinking back to when Andy broke away from the other place and started Corvette Guru. Tempus fugit.

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Waiting for the fridge repairman. My whole experience so far with Sears Home Warranty powered by Cinch has been less than stellar. All because I didn't want to stop everything and replace the seal on the refrigerator after Sue's constant moaning about a few drips of water on the floor. I always told her it wasn't critical. Looking back I wish I just researched it, bought the part and did it myself. Just got a call that the serviceman should be here soon. PITA. If you want something done right, unfortunately, you have to do it yourself. Even if it involves plumbing.

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TB - $590 is ouch money.



What would the dealer charge?

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...always something more to do..... like get a new Corvette...


Thought about getting rid of 4 cars and getting one. Keep the 87 911 and pass on the rest. Or offer to buy my FIL's 2014 with less than 10k on the odometer. Make him a fair offer. Garage kept, maintained gem. Selling the rest of the fleet would more than cover the 2014. It would be a little over half of what I'd need to buy a 2022/23. There IS a little something about that new car smell.

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Bought an ultra expensive cleaning system for the home and office. Realy nice machine called the Rainbow. Business expense. Came home and ate a healthy lunch. Sardines in mustard sauce and a slice of cheese on dark multigrain bread. I feel so healthy today. Doing home chores and paying bills. I was just thinking today about what I'd like to do before I can't do it. Not too much is on the list. I've done a lot in my lifetime and if I haven't done it by now the window is getting smaller to get it done.

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You could ALWAYS get a reaction from Bill H with a good ol' John Denver tune.
Now if she looked like Stevie Nicks that would have been a big bonus.

Marcus, I have a water softner (that I need to have replaced). Best choice for around here if you are on a well is a reverse osmosis system. Also the priciest. Lots of filters on those as well. I tested my water and it tests good.

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I'm flushing the home plumbing and changing the water filter. A monthly ritual. The water gets an odor to it so t I add some bleach to the outside canister and run it through. Let it sit. Then add a new filter. The smell in the water goes away for a month or so. There's some sulfer in the well and I think some build up in the water heater. A good flush takes care of it for awhile. A carbon impregnated filter helps too. Well, well, well.



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Let's rattle the world today.

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Got the caulking done this morning in the bathroom. Seems the water issue in the ceiling may have been due to some exuberant showering by one of the kids.




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16 more Fridays till Christmas.

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Another one?

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Went out to a hibachi grill dinner last night with 11 people surrounding the grill to celebrate Sue's birthday. Good food and the preparer was a hoot. Had the screen patio roof covered with a special waterproof type screening material so the tortoise pen out and general area out there will be a lot drier. Getting my temporary front tooth this afternoon. It's a slider that you take out at night. Permanent implant will go in in two or three months.

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Re: 6 SEPTEMBER 2022
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Letty, I once had a Christmas Party and heated the whole pool at my old house to hot tub temp. Only did that once. Used an entire tank of LPG.

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Re: 6 SEPTEMBER 2022
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Keep on keepin on.


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Re: Labor Day Chat 09.05.22
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Started another pile in front of the house for bulk pick up. had some big trees trimmed out in the back yard. Cleaning up stuff and getting it in the pile. Getting ready for winter. The slow growing season.

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Labor Day Chat 09.05.22
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Wowser. Another month moving along quickly.

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Re: SUNDAY MORNING
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Lazy day today. tee, the light covers came out GREAT!

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Re: FRIDAY THE TWOTH
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I'm all for MAGA but not much of a Trump-et. Never could stand the man. But overshadowing it all is the need to keep America strong and fight back against the liberal platforms of the socialist democrats. Carry on my wayward son .....



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