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Re: THE TWENTY-TOOTH OF JANUARY 2021
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Mr Trump did his fair share to undermine the efficiency of the uSPS with his appointment of Postmaster General. Congress has fought efforts to close facilities in their districts like they do with base closings. Politics has been the bane of Postal efforts at reorganization. Any efforts to cut 6 day delivery have been met with stiff opposition. They also tied their hands financially requiring full funding of retirement programs.Overtime was used to clear the floor of delayed mail. Now it just gets backed up. In a few words, the Post Office sucks. Not at all like when I was in.

Last day of our vacation. Went fishing for one last time. Lots of fishing this vacation. Lots of bags of fish for the freezer. It was nicer today and warmer as well. Good bite this morning. The boat is on the trailer. Ready for the hour long trip home in the morning. Florida must be pretty nice if a Floridian vacations in Florida. Like a Bostonian vacationing in Cape Cod.

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Re: 1/20/21 Wednesday
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Nice day. Bouncy day on the boat. Nice catch made it worthwhile.

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Re: Tuesday, January 19th, 2021
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Sunny,cool and windy. 2-4 foot seas made for a rock and roll kind of fishing day. The fish took the day off.Still managed to put a few in the cooler.

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Re: ANOTHER MONDAY
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Nice day. Nice fishing trip. Dinner is getting prepped. Not fish. lol

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Re: Sunday Chat 01.17.21
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You bought your wife a bike?

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Re: Sunday Chat 01.17.21
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Ugg!

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Re: SATURDAY MORNING
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Sue is a fishing fool and I am a fair weather fisherman. It is a windy day and not one to my liking.She starts acting up because I don't want to go. I relent because she starts talking about taking the boat out herself. I should put some life insurance on her and let her go. Anyway, 3 -5 foot seas and they beat the shit out of me. Certainly not fair weather. Oh well. For better or for worse ........

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Re: SATURDAY MORNING
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The wind and cold is making it's way through. Cold for Florida that is.

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Re: FRIDAY THE 15TH
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Good day fishing. Nice day. Nice catch.

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Re: 14 JAN 21
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Overcast and cool day today. Can't fish, already ate. That meant shopping. There are only so many things you can do on vacation. One of them only takes 1/2 an hour including clean up.

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Re: WEDNESDAY THE 13TH
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Had a nice nights rest. Recovery from the casino night. Went fishing today and when we got back the boat mechanic replaced my tach and speedometer. The boat is coming along nicely with needed repairs. Dinner and relaxing is on the agenda. Vacation is glorious. No work. Just play.


Congrats on the arrival of the new great grandchild.

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Re: 12.I.21
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Happy Birthday tee.

Another successful venture to the casino. We came home $1150 ahead. After numerous hours of give and take Sue and I both ended up taking more than we gave.

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Re: 11 JAN 2021
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Heading to the Guitar Hotel and casino for an overnight. Back to the Keys tomorrow.

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Re: 10 JAN 21 THE RETURN OF THE GURU
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Andy,how have you and Tamiza been? Hope all is well. Knee?Job? Generally? Do you still have Tamiza's C4?

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Re: 10 JAN 21 THE RETURN OF THE GURU
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Hi guys. I thought we were goners. Thanks for the site restoration. I'm spending 3 weeks in the Keys with Sue. The boat is repaired, running and sitting in the water at the dock. Needs a few smaller repairs but nothing that would prevent us from using it.Every year at this time I think of Bill H and Brad. Miss them both. If the site disappears I suggest we communicate through the Facebook page Andy created years ago for those that have Facebook. All is well with us. We were exposed to covid by our nephew but neither one of us has showed any symptoms. Best wishes in the New Year.

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Re: CHRISTMAS DAY
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John. You and Ivelis are on the right path when it comes to affordable collectibles. Low maintenance. Easy storage. no insurance requirements.

Matt, hope your family are firmly in the grips of recovery.


I'm am sorry for all my past transgressions. I'm a better man now having experienced the pain and suffering of sin. I know I've been good. No more coal in MY stockings.

The other day I read of what had become of the disciples after the death of Christ. Real people whose theological footprints are still evident today in the regions they preached and beyond. Many think that God, Christ and the Holy Spirit are fairy tale characters. If you have ever had a Christian spiritual experience, you know the depths of what a man or woman might endure and not renounce their faith. These are not necessarily Godless times but a time when many shun organized religion.


Back to the commercial Christmas. Jump in the sleigh and load it up with gifts with little or no heartfelt meaning. Jewelry, new cars, video games, the latest technology, gift cards, fruit cakes and the list goes on. Here comes Santa Claus, here comes Santa Claus, right down Santa Claus Lane. In my childhood home you got underwear and socks for Christmas.

Anyway. Have a glorious Christmas Day or just another Saturday for those that choose.


Christmas Eve casino update. We played, had dinner, then played some more. Outcome for the night was a modest $200 on the upside. Up is good.

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Re: CHRISTMAS EVE 2020
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Hope everyone enjoys their eve and day tomorrow. It's quiet here where I would usually be preparing for an onslaught of activity tomorrow. I miss it. OK, that's enough missing it. Onward to a quiet two days. Sue wants to go north to the casino. On Dasher, on Prancer, on Donner and Blitzen, to the Hard Rock we go. Where it's always the same f'n day, man. Hope they fill our stockings with cheer.

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Re: 12-23-2020 Wednesday
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We like to gamble. Quitting while you are ahead is not an option. We play by hours. Go for a certain time with a certain amount. Still ahead for the year. Over $1000 in the play kitty. That's enough for a couple of trips without any wins. We usually win some. Plus they give us gifts, free play and bonus play. This next time we go we start with over $100 of their money. Incentive.

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Honestly I couldn't figure out how they make any money at that price for how much work they did.



Here's a tip. Tip.


I did. But just the tip, just to see how it felt.

I've had the benefit of working in crappy service jobs so I understand the importance of tipping the workers. I'm luckily in a position now in my life that a few extra dollars doesn't affect me but it can make a big difference to the young person helping me out.


I agree. I threw the guy keeping the bathroom clean at the casino 5 bucks. I figure he earned it.

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Here's a tip. Tip.

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Re: Monday, December 21st, 2020
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Tee, he probably felt bad because of your age and lumbago and such and felt you needed money to put presents under the tree. Next time drive the Caddy.

I promised to mail a package for a customer gratis. Who the hell volunteers to mail a package at the post office this time of year. ESPECIALLY a retired postal worker. I'm losing my edge.


This covid crap has me monitoring my symptoms, Whenever I start feeling a little off, tickling throat and so on I go on guard. I have allergies so this time I routinely have those symptoms. Leaning toward going to get the vaccine when they give the OK for the 65+ folks. I hate vaccinations and NEVER even get a flu shot. I would hate to get side effects like these.





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Re: Monday, December 21st, 2020
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Warm day. Shorts weather. Sweat in the forecast for sure.


Saturday night I hit a jackpot for $518 in a .75 bet. Over half of that funded Sue's pursuits for the rest of the night. It's called playing on their dime. We had fun. That's why we go. If gambling was for make money then working the nursery would be a better choice. (I don't want to work the nursery.)

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Re: FIVE DAYS TILL CHRISTMAS 2020
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Thinking of your family, Matt. Get well soon.

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Re: FIVE DAYS TILL CHRISTMAS 2020
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Cough ... cough. Habullshit!



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Re: FIVE DAYS TILL CHRISTMAS 2020
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Onward to herd immunity. The main problem with mass exposure is the bed space and personnel to treat the sick. Kids for the mort past get mild cases. Up to 45 year olds fend it off pretty well. 45-65 gets a little more dicey. Then us older f..orbearers are at the higher risk because of underlying health conditions like cardiac ailments, COPD, lower immune response and such. Doing my part to socially distance but I do that routinely.

My pistol is delayed in shipping. My spare magazines are taking a scenic route from Missouri and then Sioux Falls where it's caught in a postal loop. They obviously don't appreciate that I am a retired postal worker. Well at least they don't have to tell me a story. I've heard them all and made up a few as well.

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Re: What Day is it.....? Its Friday.....
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Been a busy day. Up at 6:00. out at 06:45. Delivery in Miami. Back to a bank run and fuel up the truck. Then a trip to the vet for one of the cats. 3 hour wait but only $87 for the visit and meds. Back home. Daily pond maintenance, fed everybody but the dogs. Now I'm getting some sit time but my but hurts from sitting 3 hours at the vet.

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Re: THURSDAY 17 DEC 2020
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She could actually sing this song no doubt.


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Re: THURSDAY 17 DEC 2020
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Wood. In search of the lost cord.

Letty, she sounds like a customer from Hell.

Finally figured out my issue. Actually it is a known issue to me that I forget about. Diverticulosis. Had it bad a number of years ago. Then I forget about it and go back to eating whatever the hell I want. Next thing I know, Bing! Remember me? I'm your digestive tract. I'm on a soothing diet now. Hope to be back to "normal" in a week or two. I love assorted nuts. They don't like me.

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This is me.

I know I can. I know I can. I know I can. But I really don't feel like it.





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Re: 12.16.20
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Actually two rough nights, tee. And a not so great week. Could have been a bug. Maybe it was the broccoli or cauliflower. I can only guess. I'm on the mend.

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Only way I think we'd see $6 gas is if they added $3.00 in taxes. There is more fossil fuel in the storage tanks then they know what to do with. All the oil majors stocks are down looking forward to $50+ a barrel.


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Congrats to Mr and Mrs Capt. Mike on moving into the new digs. I'm sure you will experience comforts not felt in awhile. Great way to spend the holidays.
Just got back from a 100 mile round trip into the Keys. Had a rough night. Pepto Bismol kind of night. I'm back home now so I think I'll restart my day with a nap. Then see what unfolds. Plenty to do. I won't do anything if I'm not feeling up to par.

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Howdy!

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Count me in on the annual, December, feel like $#!+ blues. My allergies go into high gear every year at this time. Can't see the problem but I feel it. Stuffy head, thick tears, post nasal drip, headache, stomach blahs. It's always the same every year. Hard to tell if I'm sick because I feel like I'm sick. Could last for weeks. Even two months. Hate it. There is always





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Shorts, t-shirt break a sweat kind of day. I had a delivery that went all wrong this morning. First google maps brought me to Ave when I thought I said Street. Next I misread the address and I put 10005 when it should have been 11005. Sue called me and said "Where did you go. I saw up the street." Got corrected and made my delivery but a little later than I should have been. Going to do box truck maintenance today and give it a bath. Saw the spare was flat but I took care of that when I got back. Onward. Two steps forward and one step back.

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Pulled the trigger so to speak on the Ruger LCP II. New gun with pocket holster and one mag. $333 total shipped. Best deal I could find. Now to source the .380ACP ammo. Same problem. Everybody bought and stockpiled for Armageddon. They must have stored it with their toilet paper inventory. When I have the weapon in hand I will get two extra clips and a nice gun/phone belt bag. That way I can take it off when I drive for easy access. With my Taurus 40 S&W and my Stevens 12 gauge I can handle most of my security needs. Couple of boxes of ammo will do as I rarely go to the range or plinking. Actually I've found the ammo at a premium price. I'm one of those that would rather have and not need than the need and not have kinda guys.

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Re: SATURDAY THE 12TH
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Or Harley Saddlebags

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Leather and lace.


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Glad to hear you are on the mend tee. Ya, I kind of agree. If you are sick you're sick. If you are E.R. sick go to the E.R. and they'll tell you what's wrong with you (maybe).

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My nemesis has returned for his migratory visit. Picture below.

In other creature news we have a young raccoon living under the office at the nursey. He made his presence known raiding the cat food bowl. We called him Rocky. He's a friendly little bugger. He's not afraid of me or Sue. Sue has him eating out of her hand. She holds out a cookie and he gently reaches up and takes it. We had a friendly raccoon last year too but he wandered across the street to feast on some fruit and got broadsided. Now when we feed the cats we throw some cat food over the porch rail for Rocky. He even comes to his name. LOL


Ahh, Florida. Animals and creatures galore.

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That little gun is soo cute!



And it will fit in your front pocket nicely.

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On another front.

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I know everybody here likes a little gun talk every now and then.



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Here's one for comparison.

https://www.gunbroker.com/item/879201232




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This was what I was looking at GRIS


https://www.gunbroker.com/item/880954205


I could get the pistol new with a pocket holster and one clip for about $385 shipped including tax and credit card fee. ($329 listed price). Cant find one locally. out of stock. I handled one the other day and I liked it. The balance, weight, grip, design. I checked out one of these but I likes the Ruger better.

https://www.gunbroker.com/item/886757049

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A return to "normal" Florida weather pattern. Supposed to get up into the 80's tomorrow. The critters, especially the fish and tortoises take none to kindly to the cold. The fish at the nursery were all lying on the bottom. I warmed them up with some well water and most of them started coming around. Not sure how the African Spur thighs will hold up. We shall see. I ordered 3 dog house heaters. 2 for tortoise houses and one for Dottie the pig. The pig can handle it better than the rest. I've been looking for deal on a Ruger LCP II personal carry pistol. Light weight pocket gun. I've found some but with the handling and shipping is an additional $50 and $30 for the transfer when I get it. Then it's $349 for the pistol. They had some package deals at one time but they are a popular item and sold out is a repetitive theme. The search goes on.

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The older I get the more I realize



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With a coat of paint that cars metalwork wouldn't look half bad.

Crisp start to the day. Floridians can break out their winter clothes. At least for a day or two.

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I remember making a chessboard in woodworking class in high school. Back in those days we used fish glue. I can smell it just thinking about it. lol

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Ya tee, I love your craftwork.

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