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Re: FRIDAY 9 APR 21
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Ya Marcus, I hope the ol'pooch gets found.

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Re: FRIDAY 9 APR 21
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The red, red robin goes bob, bob, bobbin along.


Getting my second Pfizer shot this afternoon. They state has gone big on the J&J shot to get as many people vaccinated as quickly as possible. The old one and done approach. The governor and state are suing the CDC to get cruise operations going again. The cruise lines might have to start departing from foreign ports if American ports stay closed to cruise operations. Florida (Miami) being the cruise capital of the world, is losing revenue from layoffs, port fees, the cruise supply chain losses and hotel fees from rooms not booked. Got to get their financial engines turning again. Another few months and it could be full steam ahead.
The nursery business benefitted from the Covid shutdown. We had a record sales year last year. Supplies are down though as growers can't keep up with demand. The landscaping business is brisk and Sue is booked for a month ahead. Since she is a one woman show, the nursery is closed on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and some Thursdays for landscape jobs. The nursery has been by appointment only for a couple of years now but walk ins are welcome when the gates are open. Google, Yellow Pages and Yelp have the business listing open from 07:00 to 03:30 Mon-Sat. I've contacted them and told them we are by appointment only. They are independent resources and we don't pay for services. None have changed the listing. So customers come to the nursery and find a big "BY APPOINTMENT ONLY" sign on the gate and get pissed off. We tell them we don't advertise. Those are independent sites that list us. The nursery closes at 03:30 and some like to come at 03:25 and start shopping. So Sue now closes at 02:30 on Saturday to give her an hour to clear the customers and get them out by 03:30. She does after hours stuff for some on arrangement. Enough from me . Seeya!

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Picked up the 83 911 from the shop yesterday. Ignition lock assembly and ignition switch. New parts were over $1500. Went with (recycled) parts. $681 for them. The 911 provided a spirited ride home. Cost me $900 to get the old girl in running condition again. That was with my loyalty discount.

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It's another beautiful morning in South Florida. The morning temps have been ideal. The afternoons are warm to hot. It would be great if I could get up and hit the floor running but the I enjoy sleeping till I'm not. Then I'm a slow riser. Coffee, feed the pets, take a good, hardy few minutes to myself, computer check in, then shower, add Bengay, get dressed, spray on my Coppertone 30 Sport. Add wallet, keys, phone and glasses and I'm ready for what comes next. Up at 08:00. Ready at 10:00. Have a great day gurus, whatever your endeavours might be.

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GOOD MORNING !!!

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I wanted to write March 7th this morning. Time is slip sliding away this year. Went to the dentist yesterday. They started work on two crowns and put in the temps. 2 1/2 hours in the chair. Two more crowns to go and two extractions along with a couple of cavities. I had Humana HMO dental which is little more than a permission slip to go to the dentist. Changed over to Humana Dental Complete PPO. Pays better but even then my out of pocket is still eye opening. My old dentist is a nice guy but I think he just did the minimum. Trying to get my teeth in good enough shape to last me at least another decade. Dental health was very important to my mother. She had some nice teeth when she died at 92.

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April, already?

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Re: 6 APR 21
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Tom, I tried to smoke a pork butt once but couldn't get the damned thing to light.

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Re: MONDAY 5 APRIL
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To those that are ailing I keep you in my thoughts and prayers. Been as busy as I can. Allergies got me feeling blah. I can only do as much as I can do, or whatever I feel like doing. There is comfort in knowing I have a list today, a list tomorrow and when I'm dead and gone they can throw out my list. I'm sure I'll be leaving some things on there. Then they can start their own list.

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Re: 3.IV.21
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Had to run to the vet to pick up some meds. Another 2 hours lost into the abyss. Went to the casino last night and going again tonight. They were giving away a Tesla. We didn't win. I dropped big between 06:00 and 09:00 PM. Went to eat. Came back and won back what I lost and more. Ended up a break even night. In gambling that's considered a win. Allergies are messing with me today. Draggin you know what.

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Re: GOOD FRIDAY
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I was old school Catholic. No meat on Friday, Latin mass and such until the changes. I went to church until the Monsignor kicked me out for wearing jeans to church and standing against the back wall instead of being in a pew. I talked to a priest when I was around 22/23. He told me I had my own religion. I wasn't Catholic. Ever since I've been non sectarian and do not practice within the confines of any organized religion. I am in fact my own religion.



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Re: GOOD FRIDAY
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Fish I hope.

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Re: GOOD FRIDAY
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Had to bring a cat to the vet. $$$ for sure. Blood work, x-rays and possible surgery. Good thing we have something called disposable income. Went to the bank and now scheduled my second vaccine shot for next Friday. The count web site is set up for cellphones or something. Tried to print the page and it cuts off the crazy code thingy. Tried to reduce the page size. Nope. Tried to download it to reduce and print. Nope. Page disappeared. Would not let me get back to the page since it was a scheduling page and I was already scheduled. Contacted their support. Sue brought home another riggin friggin sassafrassin rescue African Spur Thigh Tortoise. That makes 4. Just what we needed. Another crazy day.

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Re: GOOD FRIDAY
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Abstaining means NO WORK. Get your ass inside and away from the refrigerator. Prepare yourself for the Stations of the Cross.

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Re: MAUNDY THURSDAY 2021
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Recently when I drove my 90 to Homestead I enjoyed going through the gears. Nobody said nothin.

Doing this and that today. Mostly organizing and cleaning.

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Re: The Wednesday Chat Room... 3-31-21
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Hope you noted that there weren't near as many mail problems when I worked there.

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Re: The Wednesday Chat Room... 3-31-21
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I got to drive my 83 911 today. Unfortunately it was to my Porsche mechanic. The ignition was locking up before it got to the start position. It would take multiple tries to start it. Best to repair it. I like cars that start.

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I recently made a withdrawal from my retirement account. Uncle hit it for a flat 20%. Next year when the taxes are adjusted after deductions I should get a good portion of that withhold back. My deductions for next year will be in the stratosphere on medical/dental.

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G'mornin. Got back from a quick turnaround delivery. Up at 06:00 in the truck at 07:00. Back home at 09:00. Repeat tomorrow methinks. Going to cut the grass and weed whack at the nursery and vacuum the pond over there then I'll call it a day ..... maybe.

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Waiting for a weekend cooldown to seasonable temperatures. Low 60's mornings and high 70's low 80's daytime. I consider that a blessing.

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Re: THE LAST SUNDAY IN MARCH
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What is this day off of which you speak?

Hot. Always doing something. Like sweating.

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Re: SATURDAY THE 27TH
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Highs in the high 80's. Dreadful. I'm gonna wash and clean the Suburban. I should do it early in the day but rarely is my body ready for that undertaking until I loosen up a bit. Well, I guess the heat will be like a hot pad on my back. I can cleanse my body by pouring copious amounts of sweat.

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Re: March 26th 2021
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Got a call around 03:00 PM yesterday to change the battery in the skid steer. All the batteries I bought in 2016 are now giving up the ghost. Came home and cut up the chicken and bagged it for the freezer, fed the critters, threw supper together, took out the trash and a few other things. Let's see what unfolds today. Plenty on the plate.

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Bonjour!

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Re: THURSDAY THE 25TH
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Took care of some loose end tasks that needed my attention. Drove up to the main branch of my credit union to close my account only to see a note on the door saying they are temporarily closed sending me back to a Co-op office half the distance home. I went to the main branch because that's where I first opened my account. Stopped into my Porsche mechanic's shop to get a date to bring in my 83 with an ignition problem. And then the 79, 928 with a fuel pump and sloppy shifter problem. Share the wealth. My first task this morning I dropped off some dry cleaning items then went to the dentist's office and updated my dental insurance and made three appointments. Back home cooking some chicken breast for the dogs. They eat good and costs less than canned dog food. Soon I'll clean up some downed palm fronds from around the yard. A rolling stone gathers no moss.

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Re: 24 MARCH 21
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Up at 05:45 and out the door at 06:40. Ride to Miami was only bad in a few places. The house I went to was close to the airport. Multi million dollar home less than a mile north of the airport. Hope the house is soundproof. The jet engine noise in the backyard was pretty obvious. Especially from one of the busiest airports in the country. Got back and had to tend to the nursery fishpond. Wasn't enough waterflow. Got home and had to tend to the house fishpond. It's just about noon. What's that sound? I think it's a pillow calling me.

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Re: TUESDAY 23 MARCH
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I do love where I live. Our home.

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Re: TUESDAY 23 MARCH
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A photographer friend took a pic of our front yard at night. The colors are enhanced but the landscape is lit at night for a relaxing view.

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Re: TUESDAY 23 MARCH
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My honey-do's started with picking up Sue from Goodyear at 07:30 then bringing her back at 09:15 to pick up the box truck. Let's see how many times my phone rings today. I have a delivery tomorrow morning leaving at 06:45. I have plenty to do here at home as usual. Enough to keep me busy for the rest of my life.

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3 calls today from you know who. 1st a pick up. Then a golf cart repair. Then calls about a tire on the box truck going low.


Ding, ding, ding. In the third round the referee has declared a technical knockout.

Back to my stuff ...... at 05:30 PM

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@ Matt

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Re: 21 MARCH 21
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Ring my bell ......... Sue called. She was having a skid steer problem. Who ya gonna call? "Your husband". Even on a Sunday. I'm on 24/7 speed dial .

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Gadafternoon.


Morning was nice and cool. The temps are up to sweating values right now. Cleaning up part of the outside patio where some of the tortoises are housed. Winter causes a lot of green mess down here. Everything needs to be cleaned outside. Once in the Spring and once in the Fall. The more shtuff Sue brings home the more there is to clean. I have to wash the back office/shed, the sheds and the carport plus pressure wash all the teak furniture. Then there is the weeding and mulching of the back yard. How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time. The inside of the house needs a deep cleaning as well. I wonder who will get to do that? Certainly not a woman that works 6 days a week.

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Went to a bar-mitzvah yesterday for Sue's cousins son. What the hell is the matter with kids today. The boys friends, associates, classmates, couldn't keep their mouths shut and and fiddle-phucked around with their phones though the whole ceremony. Even after multiple sshhh's, the rabbi himself stood in front of them and told them it's very important to listen and keep quiet. Then stood there and shooshed them several times. The kids might be brilliant but totally lack social etiquette. In my church back in the day that would have got you a surprise smack upside the back of your head from a vigilant priest. You got the message real fast.

Going for the 1st vaccine shot later today.

You can tell I'm getting old. I said back in the day.

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Jello.

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Re: SAINT PATRICK'S DAY 2021
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Vaccine appt 02:15 PM Friday at the racetrack. Not sure which but the Phizer or Moderna.

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LOL Report and hour late and when staff says you're late reply; According to past history I'm right on time. .

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I was born green on. It's in my blood.

Covid vaccine appointment scheduling did nothing more than piss me off this morning. School related fields jumped to the head of the line due to an executive order. With the tens of thousands of school employees now jamming the system who knows when I'll get in. I no longer give a shit what version of the vaccine I get. I wanted the J&J but getting a shot by any maker would be better than just hanging around waiting. Feeling like this today.


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I posed the question "I wonder if anyone has thought of using tactical nuclear weapons against future virus outbreaks?" I know one person has.

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Seattle hotel cancelled through Booking.com and my Alaska Air customer service experience was awesome. Full credit, no fee and must be booked by August 5th. I can work with that. Looks like we'll have a Covid hangover for another year.

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Great toolbox. Nice wheels.

Cancelling my flights to Seattle. Waiting to talk to the customer service rep and see what will happen with the funds. They gave a 1 year extension on the original booking and that 1 year is up in May. Just over $1000 on the line. Had a dental insurance nightmare unfold. Somewhere back over a year ago I noticed a rate change. I was in a dental HMO plan. I don't recommend them. Yesterday I upgraded to Complete Dental through Humana. Humana was my prior carrier so my coverage starts without a waiting period. Rate jumped from 17 to 53 dollars but went from an HMO to a PPO and has much better coverage. Today I have to head to Miami and close out my credit union account. The only reason I had it was to pay my old dental insurance and the insurance was sponsored through them. That will fund my new insurance for the next two years. Sue doesn't need dental coverage anymore. She's getting her permanent implants. Her temps are in place now. Ah, the excitement around here is just killing me.

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Tom, pic of cremation remains box? I could maybe use one for me and one for Sue. You know. Be prepared like a good boy scout. Approximate price per box. One for a man and one for a woman. Sue's name is Rose Rose (Shoshana Rose). Is Rosewood available? Not in a hurry. (I hope) I like Walnut or Maple. Are they bigger than a breadbox? Just kidding.

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Mornin.

Slept till 07:45 so that means I got up at my normal time.

Rant: Package delivery. Well meaning package drivers place the packages over my fence. Unfortunately sometimes they drop it near the track of my front gate in an area you really can't see from a vehicle when backing in or pulling out. Three times the packages got jammed by the gate. Yesterdays was particularly annoying. The gate threw the chain at the opener motor, jumped off the track and got completely out of alignment resulting in it snapping off the gate stop. Through patience and perseverance I got it all back into working order. The dogs could once again romp and roam in the front yard. I keep them out of the backyard because they like to kill anything that moves. (Birds, squirrels, lizards and such.) There are more of those out back than there are in the front.

Lost another friend. Died in February and I just read about it in the local paper. He was 74.

I woke up, so I have a chance at having a great day.

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One way to adjust to the time change is to come home at daylight. Spent the night you know where. Sue did good . I did bad. - $100 from the kitty and we played all night. That's entertainment. ;) Don't think I'll get much accomplished today.

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HELLO IN THERE!

Warmer start to the day with warm to hot in the general forecast. This winter sucked. Some years we get a couple of weeks of hard cold. This year we a couple of days of cold for South Florida (40's) Some 50's /60's days and some near record breaking hot days. Spring is livable here but the brutal long hot, humid summer lurks in the not to distant future. I don't want to dwell on that though. Did I ever mention I'm not a big fan of Florida summers? Happy Spring Forward. Longer daylight hours. That's fine with me since I don't generally get my act together till around 10:00 AM. Soon it's off to the shower and then to work on the skid steer. Hoping it goes as easy as it should and could be.

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Hello. Nice start to the day with sunshine. High in the low 80's. 78 would be better. Bank run and car washing along with some light mechanical maintenance on the days task list. Sue is gone for the day to a garden club in the Keys.

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