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Duesday Chat 10.26.21
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I turned my head and the month was gone. I have a lot of upcoming events. A good friend I have known since I was about 14 will be visiting with his wife for a couple of days in November. We went to USAF basic training together under the buddy system then he went off to work on KC-135 refueling aircraft and I learned all about munitions. I moved to South Florida after my stint in the military but have remained in touch throughout the years. We get together for dinner every time we go to Boston. The cruise date gets closer quickly. Meanwhile I'm knocking chores off the list one task at a time. Still a looooong way from catching up. Seems I've never really caught up with everything in my entire life. I've always got something that needs my attention. It's like having a dangling carrot in front of me. I can see it but never catch it.

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Re: MONDAY MORNING
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Raining ang gray skies is the forecast through the day. That will keep me inside where there is still a mountain of tasks that await. Cleaning and organizing take a front seat on the days activities.

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We had a recent immigrant apply for a nursery job. She worked last Friday and Saturday. Called in because of her daughter on Monday. Worked Tuesday and Wednesday. No show Thursday and Friday. Came buy at 03:00 on Friday looking for her paycheck. Told Sue I'll see you tomorrow. To which Sue replied... "No you won't." Can't find decent help.

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Unfortunately time is still wrapped around this f*(%ing virus bull$#!+. Go away already. 50 days till my next cruise. I got the notification this morning. Even though we are vacinated we have to provide a negative covid test taken within 48 hours of departure. Yet another pain in the ass. Marcus, gun violence has been part of urban America since the inception of urban America. It was also part of rural American history. You guys were probably just enjoying a lull in the action out there in grain country. Possibly the wearing masks is starving the brain of much needed oxygen and triggering violent behavior .... or not.

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Re: FRIDAY 22 OCT
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A rare day when I'm feeling a little beat. It's been like that for about the past week actually. Sometime allergies will do that to me. I took a multi vitamin. Maybe I'll try that too, for a few days at least.

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Re: 21 OCT 21
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Sweaty warm afternoon. Changed the front tires on the nursery lawnmower to airless/tubless tires. Those are some expensive little buggers. $200 for the set. Regular Ariens replacement rims and tires go for $75 each plus shippingh. Or replace just the tires @ $30 each plus mounting and have to go through the same crap again sometime in the future. One and done. That's my motto. lol

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Re: Wed.10.20.21 Chat
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This is my dream.

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Re: Wed.10.20.21 Chat
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A friend I have known over 50 years sent me a text picture of himself and 4 other guys sitting at a table. He asked "Do you remember anyone in this picture?". I looked but nobody except him really rang any bells. Then he gave me the names of the people seated. I could then recognize 2 out of the 4 immediatley, one I didn't know and one didn't look anything like I remembered him. I told my buddy "You send me a picture of 5 old guys sitting around the table all gray haired and balding that I haven't seen in over 50 years and you thought I would recognize them?" .....

These were guys that all hung around together back in the teen years. They had recently met at a funeral of another friend from back then and decided to gather for dinner.

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Hello?

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Re: Tuesday 10.19.21
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Bob... things always break in 3's you know.... so you got 2 down.....




This would be funny if it wasn't true.

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Re: Tuesday 10.19.21
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Gotta get showered up and out the door. Delivery down the road in Key Largo this morning.

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G'morn.

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Re: ANOTHER MONDAY
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I missed Monday.

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Re: I've been gone for a while, but I'm back
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Looks great. There are still a few members that have kept C4's in their grasp. Polo's look great with shiny paint.

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My neice bought a school building to move her child care center to. I'm real proud of her. She's always been a real go getter. My sis, BIL, and others helped her a lot on the buiding rehab.

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Re: 17 OCT 21
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Cleaned up the 91 this morning. She's lookin purdy.

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Re: SATURDAY 16 OCT
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Rain, rain, stay away. Come back sometime next May. Pleasant morning and evening temps but still have sweat producing heat in the afternoon. Still it's nice to feel the cooler weather when I get up in the morning. A'hem. 42 is FREEZING weather for us thin blooded South Floridians.

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The traditional end of the rainy season is near. Whoo-hoo! That only means something as long as it doesn't rain. I've been hunting speedometer gear parts for the 90 Corvette. Think I have everything I need now. Fingers crossed. PITA is all I can say. There is a long list of discontinued parts that looms large on my 30 + year old vehicles.

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Re: 10.14 in progress ............. 2021
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"It's a beautiful day in this neighborhood."




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Guten Morgen

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I feel for you GRIS. I know how much you love your son. Waiting for a call from my cardiologist that I think is not going to come. I had an 11:15 telemed appointment but no call came. His office cancelled his 3 last appointments with me. I'm doing fine withot him though. I have two refills left on my scripts. My BP is fine and I'm weighing in at a good 208 lbs. 200 would be better though. My old cardiologist who became a department diector at the hospital told me when he left that I could probably go without the meds for the rest of my life. I just take them out of the greatest of precaution. I have some plaque in a main artery by my heart but at my age who doesn't. I'm on the children's aspirin a day regimen as well since I'm at risk. William Shatner is looking pretty spry for 90.

Shatner at 90 and me at 90.

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Ya Bob, we have a host of issues we deal with here so believe me when I say I understand your need to vent. I've been going through a major issue with my son as well for years now but have come to terms with his and my ability to deal with it. I hope you and he are able to chart a course toward a better future.

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Today it looks like I'll be Runaround Tommy. Several stops to make.


Do you remember when this came out? Don't tell anybody. lol









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Celebrating the founding of Indians in North America. How did the Indians get here. Did Marco Polo bring them to the left coast and drop them off? The Indians must have interacted with the Native American tribes.

HOT & HUMID. I'm melting.

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I'm liking these morning temperatures here. Mid day is still warm. 87*. Still breaking an afternoon sweat. I guess that's what they mean by sweat equity when talking about a home. Speaking of homes. My home value has appreciated amaziingly. Replacing it would be tough though as all the other property values have gone up as well. My brother's old house in Boston is now valued around 2 milion. The home I grew up in is around 1 mill minimum. Most of the kids I grew up with (now adults) can't afford to live in our old neighborhood. They club you with taxes as well in Taxachussetts or Massataxes.

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Up and at em'.

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Howdy!

Hot and humid. Sweating as usual. Just got back from babysitting the nursery for a couple of hours. Now back to my yardwork at home. I do what I can do.

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Today is this and that day. Plenty of this and that to do. Have a gureat day everyone.

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Re: TUESDAY 5 OCT 21
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G'mornin.
Up at the crack of dawn for a deivery uptown. Back by 09:30. Gonna wash the box truck and cut the grass at the nursery. Then we'll see. Maybe cut the grass at home. I sure hope the grass don't grow in Heaven or they have angels to cut it. Full day today but everyday is a full day. Just depends what you do with it.

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Sue and I both get lost in work to dull pain. When you're thinking about something else you don't hurt as much. Not that I have much of a choice. Too much work on the docket. But I'm chipping away at it. Just like eating an elephant. One bite at a time till it's almost gone. You can never eat a whole elephant. Broke out the pressure washer yesterday. About a weeks worth of pressure cleaning available to me but at least it will be done with till Spring. The bonus is everything will look purdy.

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BEING OLD IS PAIN.



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Booked a pair of comp tickets at Hard Rock to see Mannheim Steamroller the night before Thanksgiving. That should be fun. Sue took in a little kitty found in a guys yard. 2 1/2 weeks old I think. Bottle feed for week, start on mixed food probably the end of the week or so then find a home for it in about a month. Sue has people waiting for kitties. This one is black. We named it Star. We have a weak spot for defenseless animals. Guess that's why Sue took me in.

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Going grocery shopping. Taking the Suburban. Why? Because I need room for the groceries. lol

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Passed my oral exam. Just found out my next visit in Feb. with her will be my last. She is retiring next Spring. This one is really good. She knows her shtuff.

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I remember Donald Trump was once 13.2 billion dollars in debt and had to file for bankruptcy protection all the while living the high life. It's a great technique. Borrow to the hilt and beyond then restructure your debt. Better to do this in late life that way you can really enjoy the fruits of your labor.

Heading to the dental hygenist's office shortly. I was slacking a little. Let's see what she says about my gums. I've been doing better lately.

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Re: Thursday Chat 09.30.21
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Just celebrated(?) twenty years without an alcoholic beverage. I didn't quit becasuse I hated drinking. I quit because I loved drinking. Jack Black was my friend and often with beer chasers. I told myself I could take a few pops on my 70th birthday. I figure that's a milestone. But, you never know. I just might not want it. The doghouse is awfully hot in July.



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Matt, the stupid criminals jail themselves. lol Even the smart ones get caught eventually.

Returning to my weekly task list. Got a recall on my Suburban taken care of yesterday. I've only been getting notices for two years. Just find going to the dealership a PITA. Grinding out repair after repair till there are no pressing repairs left to deal with. Pressing being the key word. There is always something that needs fixed. It's only money, right?

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Picked up the 91 Corvette and dropped off the 90 Corvette from the shop. A/C ducts not switching on the 91.


Is it only blowing through the defrost? $5 fix, ac vacuum check valve next to the intake manifold



Matt, I could give you a kiss. I went out and found the vacuum line under the Procharger blower filter was broken from the T. Snipped both sides and slipped them back on and the vents now change zones again. Thanks for the tip. I went right out and looked. It was a little different set up on mine but you gave me a good lead.

tee. I agree with your assessment of driving the cars more. Soon everything will be operational once again I be less hessitant to jump in one and take it for a ride. The 91 still needs to have the sound system and aftermarket car alarm repaired. Letty, Happy Birthday to Arron. Marcus, death and taxes. GRIS keep doing what you're doing.

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Picked up the 91 Corvette and dropped off the 90 Corvette from the shop. A/C ducts not switching on the 91. I have a headache now. Brake work, fuel pump, headlight actuators and relay, all repaired and operational on the 91. The car is running good except for the A/C duct thing. The 90 is getting a speed sensor and new headlight actuators and relay. That one should be good when it comes home except it needs a new pair of shoes. Weather/age cracks. I hate that.

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Had a nice gathering of the clan for my nephew's wedding in Bradenton, Florida. Rarely do we get most of the family together except for weddings and funerals. It was really nice to see all our neices, nepews and great neices and nephews as well as my two surviving sisters and brother in law. As usual there was plenty of behind the scene activity. One of my neices recently closed on the sale of a former private elematary school building. It will be the new location of her child daycare facility. Very nice large space with multiple classrooms in a central location. I was impressed. Got home last evening. Today I will pick up the pieces of our sweet shattered dream. (Our home) A homeowner's work is never finished.





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Letty. I'm not depressed. Just want to make sure everything gets to where it should go including our remains. I guess with my propesity for keeping lists I want a list ready for when I'm dead and gone.




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It's 1:09 Eastaern Standard time. I took a long nap this afternoon. As a result of that and now having an active mind I was unable to fall asleep. Thinking of all kinds of unanswerable questions. Thinking about and who will take care of things when we're gone. If I go who will care of Sue and our final disbursements. Sue and I both want to be cremated and our ashes to share the same resting place. Not necessarily in a cemetary. Sonny-boy will shun the responsibility but we do have a stepson. Not a legal stepson but one we helped raise none the less and we have treated as a stepson all our lives. I think of people that were dead in their dwellings for years. Unfound because nobody looked in on them. Nobody checked on them. Nobody cared about them. My circle of friends is starting to look more like a slice of pie. The inevidable thinning of the house is soon to come and we'll start reducing our overblown inventory of unneeded and unnecassary items.(Though we have talking about reduction for years now.) Have to do it while I'm still healthy. But first I'm gonna have one more year to play with my toys. Hopefully I'll use the boat more. Drive the cars more. Enjoy life more, not that we don't do that now but make room for more. Living for me is easy. It's the phase after that I have to deal with by doing a little more planning.


Thanks for listening. (reading) Dammit. I'm still not tired yet.

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Started my day as a golf cart repair man, next was a water feature cleaning man, then a part delivery person and now a lawn and yard maintenance specialist. I hear thunder nearby. Might get a repreive from yard work. Have one guy in the back at the home nursery cleaning up and weeding the pots. The fun just never ends.

Brought the 91 headlamp motors to the shop. I told the shop owner "Why don't you take the 91 to Fast Lane Fridays to test it out? " 1/8 mile test and tune. He shook his head no.

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Congrats to the newborn and the whole family, Marcus.

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Good morn. Have to pick up the office computer and download the back up's software then bring it back and hook it up again. After that we shall see what my hands pick up. Motivation is the key. Fuel pump was bad on the 91 and one front caliper was locking up on the brakes. Told them to go through the brake sysytem and see what it needs. Waiting on two sets of head lamp actuators for the 90 and 91 Corvettes. Finally gonna pay the shop for the labor to replace them and install a new speed sensor that I have for the 90. I'm happy they will install my parts and just charge me for labor. I have too much stuff to do to be playing with that stuff right now. Nephew is getting married this weekend. Going to Bradenton for the first time since my mother's funeral almost 3 years ago. Tempus fugit.

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Santana concert was great complete with a light show and video throwbacks through the years and other video effects. I'll say one thing about Carlos. He's unfiltered. He says what's on his mind. One thing he said was funny as it was an older crowd. He said "This is like doing a show in an old age home. We're used to people getting up and dancing and having a great time." Lots of people, including me, were just sitting back and enjoying the show. The crowd did engage and loosened up a bit.



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Wheel in the sky keeps on turning.

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Wildlife including hawks abound in my yard. Lizards, birds, squirrels and the occasional rat are all game for my two predatory mutts. Of to the casino overnight and seeing Carlos Santana this evening. Should be fun. Won't be around tomorrow so I'll catch up on Monday. Enjoy your weekend, gurus.

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Funny recap there, Bob.

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