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Re: WEDNESDAY 25 MAY
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Today is RR#1's last day of school. They have their 8th grade graduation ceremony tonight.



WHAT???

Did you adopt an older child or something? 8th grade?

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Re: WEDNESDAY 25 MAY
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Hello. I'm in get er done mode. Too many things need to be done. A never ending battle.

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Re: 05.23.22
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What smells like leather and sounds like a sneeze?





A shoe.....



(say it out loud)


Hate me later. I'll see myself out.



So does a nice boot in the ass. LOL

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Re: 05.23.22
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Nice looking sunny sky outside. Guess I can expect some warmth from those sunny skies. Front yard is mostly done. Going to start on the back yard today. Several days of work back there for sure. It's a jungle out there.

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G'mornin.

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I had to finally give up on NAPA batteries...... never had one go the distance..... Delco's never let me down...



Good to know. Thanks.

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Re: 22.V.22
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One of many hot, humid and sweaty days ahead. Not sure if I ever mentioned it but summer in Florida can be brutal. I'm outside everyday so I kinda get used to it. batteries are replaced in the Silverado. 3 years of service and done on the NAPA Legends. Doesn't sound legedary to me. Put the same type back in though. They're good till they ain't.

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Re: SATURDAY MORNING
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Riggin friggin Siverado batteries(2) need replaced. Not that I didn't have other things on my plate.

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Re: FRIDAY 20 2022
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Ive been working on the front yard for a few days. I'm doing the final touches on some hand weeding then I can mulch. Then spray the driveway with a Roundup type chemical. This is annual work I have to get done before summer comes or I'll have a jungle to deal with. Then comes the back yard with tree trimming, edging, weeding and some mulch as well. I hope to be done come June 1st. I'll just keep plugging along. Maybe I'll take a few pics when I'm finished with the yard.

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Re: FRIDAY 20 2022
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I'm delaying the start of my workday as usual. Soon I'll shower up and get my ass in gear.

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Re: 5/19
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I tell Sue "If you can't see me I can't hear you.".

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Re: 5/19
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Hot and sweaty here. High humidity.

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Good moaning.

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Re: TUESDAY 17 MAY
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Ya Letty, soak up the sun and enjoy the sex on the beach and a kiss on the lips. (beverages)



Sue continues to try and change the world one person and one animal at a time. Of course that means I take a supporting role whether I want to or not.



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Re: 16 MAY 22
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With a guest staying and a dog we have to find a new home for plus a surprise honey do phonecall first thing in the morning my Monday is off to a bang.

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Re: Sunday May 15
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BIL's birthday party in half an hour. Somehow Sue was recruited to prep some food. A couple of other exciting side issues Sue has brought home to roost. A person and a puppy independent of each other. Never a dull day. Never.

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Re: AND NOW: SATURDAY
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Matt, that pic actually looks like a nice place to plant a summer garden.

Marcus, it's probably a good time to get rid of the GS since you modified the crap out of it.

I'm back. Alaska was lovely as usual. Had a good time. Great weather. Spent too much on gifts for the wife. lol I was suffering from Mother's Day present guilt and loaded her up with some nice new jewlry and a fox skin jacket.

A friend of ours listed his house for sale in Coconut Grove for 5.7 mil. It sold in just 16 hours. He went looking for a house on one level and found one in Coral Gables for 3.2 mil. 4 bedrrom 4 bath, pool, corner lot with a circular drive. The 6 houses he looked at that day were all sold before he could even finish looking at them. While he was inside one realtor told him "I'm sorry, you'll have to leave. The house has just been sold.

My house value has quadrupled since I moved in. I'm not going anywhere.


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Re: 1 MAY 2022
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off to alaska on monday by way of seattle. just finished up everything with minutes to spare. bedtime soon. wake up time is 05:00 am. leave house at 07:00 and plane scheduled for 11:00 am departure. catch you when i can. maybe from ketchikan

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Letty, sounds like you were ready to "Release The Kraken".


Picked up the lumber for the trailer repair for a new bed. Sue brought the trailer to the shop and the repairman said "I thought you would have the old lumber taken outout. I don't have time to do that." So home I went, gathered some tools and went back to remove the trailer bed. Not on my list of things to do today. All I could say was Riggin friggin sassafrasson shidilibop. Now I have to go to the dump to get rid of the old wood. Totally f'd up my day. Looks like nothing I thought I was gonna do will get done. Other than that .... Life is good.

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Re: AND NOW: WEDNESDAY!
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Letty, at least they are nationally known and reputable companies as far as insurers go. Could have beena fly by night insurance compaany that takes the money but doesn't settle claims. Still, that sucks.

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Re: AND NOW: WEDNESDAY!
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Howdy!


I just got back from rounding up trailer parts. A month ago Sue was coming home with the trailer empty after a heavy tree delivery 2 hours away. On the way back two of the spring hangers broke and the trailer broke away from the truck when she was doing high speed on the highway. She looked in he side mirror and saw the trailer break free and smash into the retainer wall that divides the highway. Bent the spit out of the tongue. She rigged it up with ropes to get it back to the nursery. Anyway ... I was gettting parts to fix it at Northern tool and as I walked in I saw a 9000 watt electric start generator sitting on a pallet with clearance written on the sticker. The price was $320. When I walked out of the store and dropped off my stuff I returned the cart inside the store. I walked by the generator again and thought ... that is a fantastic price. I'm feeling a hurricane coming this year and I can really use this generator as two of mine are getting old and not acting quite right. SOLD! It was the last one and I bought it. Sticker price was $999. Have to call the electricians to get the nursery fuse panels ready for an outside power source if ever needed. She could use a couple back up of generators too. Have to have water for the plants if the power grid goes down. Anyway .... It's always sumthin. At least today something good came out of it and I got a great price on something I needed. LOL I still have working generator in the cargo container that I used after Hurricane Andrew in 1992. Ended up using it after Hurricane Irma in 2017. I'm just thinking it's almost time we get slammed again. It's better to have and not need than need and not have.

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Re: 26.IV.22 TUESDAY
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Here is the quote from 1944 from Alexander Trachtenberg.... "When we get ready to take the United States, we will not take you under the label of Communism. We will not take you under the label of Socialism. We will take the United States under labels we have made very lovable; we will take it under Liberalism, under Progressivism and under Democracy.... but take it we will." Sounds very familiar to me...... and also that the Liberals are good at playing the long game......



I reserve my cursing but in this case I must say the country is a fuckin mess. The veterans who served to preserve freedom in this country would be hard pressed in my opinion to describe the liberties society has taken as freedom. It's an abomination in my eyes as to what this nation has become. Sure, there are the core values that I hold dear and are pleased we have them. It IS a great nation. The path that many have taken I can't identify with. Progress as it has been called has destroyed the fabric of our society. People crying because they don't execute the freedoms they have to improve themselves. A failed education system that doesn't teach the skills needed to survive and succeed in life. Racial divide created by those that claim to be oppressed. Parenting (skills?). Discipline has been redefined. Incarceration and (rehabilitation?) An outdated immigration (policy?) Entitlement, deception, immorality, accepted unlawful behavior and the list goed on and on. There is so many great things about our nation that give way to the vocal minorities. I love America. God bless the U.S.A.. May she find her way back to sanity.



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Re: MONDAY, MONDAY---
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Ahh.... Vienna sausages. A gourmet delight. Couple them with a vintage Mad Dog 20 20 and you've had a treat most can only dream about. They're made from 100% real products. Ingredients: Mechanically Separated Chicken, Chicken Broth, Water, Beef, Pork, Contains Less than 2% of: Salt, Sugar, Spices, Sodium Erythorbate, Flavoring, Sodium Nitrite, Garlic Powder.

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Re: MONDAY, MONDAY---
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This week is bust ass before vacation week. Getting everything in order home and at the nursery.

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Family is visiting till tomorrow. We're having fun together.

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Re: THURSDAY 21 APRIL
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NEVER a dull day. Passover meal tonight at OUR house. Sis, brother and law and a great nephew coming down for the weekend. They expect to be in tonight at around 10:30. Is it any wonder why I can't get $#!+ done? It's a riggin friggin sassafrassor. I rented Sue a scooter for the cruise last night, finished up the boarding process, ordered water for the stateroom, ordered Wi-Fi for the cruise, printed business docs, and Sue tells me something scathing like "Why don't you go back to your computer?" Next cruise I'm gonna have to let her learn the process. I shouldn't even look at her email. Just tell here "You have some email.". She sure is unappreciative, but that's nothing new.

All I want to do is be like my Grampa. Get up, have breakfast, read the paper, take a nap, have lunch, take a nap, have dinner, watch a little telly and go to bed. He was one of the nappiest people I ever knew.

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Re: AND NOW: TUESDAY!
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Sue cracks me up. Complains about stuff not getting done then calls me a dozen times a day to do stuff for her. All I can say is Rigginfriggin sassafrasson shidilibop. And "Yes dear" .... of course.

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Re: AND NOW: TUESDAY!
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It's a new dawn. It's a new day.




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And on the seventh day He rested. Which day is the 7th day again?

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Re: EASTER SUNDAY 2022
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Easter came and went here as it does very year. Celebrating rolling away the stone.

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There was a change to the change and we did get to deliver the car last night. Have two years till her brother turns 16 and we'll probably find him a pick up. The comment we put in the birthday card was "Drive your way to success." I think this young lady will. She's already well on her way as a high school student earning college credits. We're going to our usual Saturday night hangout. We have 2 gas cards and some free play waiting for us. Next I hope we can make some money gambling. We shall see.

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Hi!

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Dinner cancelled. Got another delivery call. Everything can change in a minute. lol

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Re: TAX DAY 2022 (OLD STYLE)
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Trouble ..... Seems to follow me like a dark cloud.

Tax day. Got all my tax money back due to a HUGE medical expense last year.

Mustang goes to the new owner tonight. Dinner at a local eatery.

I got my call for the day (I hope) and picked up some plants. Hopefully I can do som e of my stuff, like paying bills.

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The usual kind of day. I was at the nursery from 10:30 to 03:30 working on the pond and nursery sitting. I was retired yesterday and I'm re-tired today.

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Stang pics.Paid $8000. Add $500 for tires, $1400 for mechanical issues and tire mounting, $400 for paint touch ups. So we're into it for around $10,300. Less than 29,000 miles on the engine. It's got all new coils (8) and plugs plus one faulty injector replaced as well. Plus a few other minor issues. It drives great. Nice factory stereo, cold air (very important in Florida) and pretty clean all around. Drivers seat is worn.

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Letty, as a general rule I've come to find that people suck.

Got my annoying phone call from the office as I was on a ladder, screwdriver in hand, hanging a cabinet door. Next was asked to sit at the nursery while Sue went to try and get a second key made for the Mustang. She couldn't do it without the car so I have been elected to drive the car to the locksmith. So many inconveniences. So little time. That should hold me over till the next aggravating interuption. LMTHFA

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Hello everyone. Happy B-Day Marcus. Busy as all get out. Working on the 99 Mustang GT getting it ready to gift it to our step-granddaughter. Did a lot to make it safe and roadworthy. I'll have to take pics before we give it . It's pretty clean and we had a little paint touched up, new coils and spark plugs, new tires, an injector, trunk struts, wiper bladdes, oil change, and so on. We really only have one remaining issue involving the drivers window hitting the convertible top on closing. It's a real PITA issue. Runs really nice and has a traction control switch. Of course I had to test the accelleration and braking. It's an automatic though.

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Back from my weekend away.

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Yes. LOL. Depends on your monthly savings. How much you generate and what you paid per kilowatt generated. I did not care if we got it or not. It was a "Yes dear". I won't be around long enough in my opinion. Sue, maybe. Somebody is going to have a great system somewhere down the line. We do not have battery back up. That's a very expensive option. Well, it's all bought and paid for so ..... it reduced our monthy bills.

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I do NOT suggest panels for older folks since the time it takes to break even but for younger people I think there is good value.

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Here is how the solar panels worked out for April. Check out my bill.

Amount of your last bill 67.73
Payment received - Thank you −67.73
Balance before new charges $0.00
New Charges
Rate: RS-1 RESIDENTIAL SERVICE
Base charge: $8.99
Non-fuel: (First 1000 kWh at $0.073710) $4.21
(Over 1000 kWh at $0.083710)
Fuel: (First 1000 kWh at $0.034870) $1.99
(Over 1000 kWh at $0.044870)
Electric service amount 15.19
Gross rec. tax/Regulatory fee 0.40
Utility tax 1.40
Taxes and charges 1.80
Total new charges $16.99
Billing for Services and Products
FPL HOME SurgeShield program* 11.95
Sales tax 0.72
Discretionary sales surtax 0.12
--For program ?s, please call 1-888-NO SURGE.
Total Services and Products $12.79
Total amount you owe $29.78


Pretty much all fees and a surge protection program.

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I'll be boarding at this time tomorrow. (hopefully). I had a Covid airline credit I had to use. The credit paid for upgrades across the board. Prioity boarding, bigger seats, 2 checked bags and 2 carry on bags. I'm taking a suitcase full of tools to help my FIL get his house in South Carolina ready to sell. That house and the house he lives in are the last two properties in the portfolio. There is a time in everyones life when you have to clear most of what you accumulated. If you don't someone else will do it for you when you are dead and gone. My friend Jim's possessions went to his niece. After the funeral they put a dumpster in the driveway and pretty much everything that was not of value went into the dumpster. I really should have gone through it because I know there was stuff in there I would have kept. But then, that would have been stuff I would have had to get rid of eventually.


Thinking about the final days ..... get your asses in gear and do all that you want to do while you are alive.

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Letty, you did so much for your cousin. She was lucky to have someone like you that actually cared about her. Please accept my sympathy for your loss.

Getting ready for my weekend trip to SC. Busy as fudge.

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Re: TUESDAY 5 APRIL
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As a kid I remember lots of gags about slipping on a banana peel. Mainly it was in cartoons or comedy movies.I never actually saw anybody slip on a banana peel. For me, today was the day. I had a stock of bananas hanging for the tortoises. The squirrels have been raiding it too. I don't mind. There is plenty there. Well today a critter dropped a banana peel on my walking route to the recycling container. I had a large box in my hand that obstructed my view. Next thing I know ... whoop. Fortunately I had a free hand and grabbed the wall keeping me from falling. The moral of the story is ..... People do actually slip on a banana peel.

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Re: JUST ANOTHER MONDAY
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My nephew and ex BIL live in Georgia. My BIL is the crew chief and my nephew works on and drives the car. They are both crack mechanics. The Speed Shop they represent had the top two cars in the finals . My nepherw took the win at a track in NC. They built a Rambler to be different from the usual offerings.



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Re: MY CHEVELLE WAS STOLEN, PLEASE HELP ME FIND HER!!! MOORESVILLE NORTH CAROLINA
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