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Re: 24 SEPTEMBER 2020
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I have used Firestones in the past and last go round went with the Bridgestone Protenza. I've been happy with both. Bridgestone and Firestone are under the same corporate umbrella I believe. My tires always age out before I use them up. They always look almost new, except for the cracking that comes after 5 years.


Had a delivery today to the Key West naval Air Station. They were awarded some grant money and spent it on native plants that we delivered. We were up pretty close to the flight line. Brought back memories of my days at Ramstein Germany with the jets taking off and landing.

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Re: TUESDAY THE 22TOOTH
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Marcus, I have bought that paint before. I will buy it again.

Busy day.

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Re: 21 SEPT 20
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I hear you guys about hearing aids. I told Sue that if she can't see me I can't hear her. She doesn't listen. Usually waits till I'm across the house to say something.

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Re: 21 SEPT 20
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Suburban pics. In the last pic there is some white from the grazing she took from the cut off car. Might be too hard to see.

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Re: 21 SEPT 20
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Claim filed. Body shop selected. 100% guaranteed and $500 out of pocket for us. State Farm. If I'm not happy they'll know about it. It's got the White Diamond Tri-Coat paint (pearl). Matching it will be fun. I'll be all over it when they go to give it back. Looks like if Sue had about 6 inches more space she would have got away clean. Mainly front bumper and driver side fender (damaged when bumper buckled). Lots of shifting in the front cap. About 1/4 " I can see it in the gaps. I looked at a replacement 2020 last night. 60 g's plus tax would put it in my driveway. ;) I have a thing about driving tight bodied vehicles. lol

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Peace be with you.

Sue customized the front of the Suburban today in the rain on the highway. She said she was cut off and the Suburban spun out. She is fine. Looks minor but I think there is more damage than what is showing. Mainly it's to the front bumper and drivers side front fender verses the guardrail. It's drivable.

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Re: FRIDAY THE 18TH
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Conjunctivitis?



I missed you, Matt.

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Re: FRIDAY THE 18TH
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Guess I should get to work since it's 10:00 AM and I'm still settin around in my pajamas. lol.

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I told my carpenter I didn't want carpeted steps. He gave me a blank stair.

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Re: 17 SEPT 20
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That's some pretty sick adoption humor, GRIS. That should go over big here.


I ended up bringing the van in rather than frustrate myself with the door handle. My mechanic didn't even charge me. I blamed it on "The vans owner". Well, I did almost half the job.

You are right about the month disappearing. I'm skipping my summer yard clean up and jumping right into Falls.

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Re: WEDNESDAY 16 SEPT
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Gris , that guy is not a vet. They got his picture from a mug shot.

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Re: WEDNESDAY 16 SEPT
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Got into something that should be easy but it is not. Door handle replacement on a 2000 Chevy Express van. Engineering made it like a puzzle that can only be done in a specific order. An order I am getting close to figuring out. Window channel guide is in my way. Metal cover can only slip on at and angle while depressing the unsecured handle from the outside. I think if I move the channel I have a shot. ....... Feel like I could use a couple of shots.

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Re: THE DAY AFTER MONDAY
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Trump and Biden both step into enough $#!+ to keep us deep in manure for another 4 years. I try not to watch the news. (try). Mainstream media is so recessive that I prefer to live in a world that time forgot. My yard and home. I'll try to keep blocking till my scheduled cruise in 88 days (if that happens) On board cruise ships is another place where people try to disconnect. Rarely do people on a cruise discuss politics or religion. Smart.

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Re: THE DAY AFTER MONDAY
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Biden team pics a new theme song .....




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Re: 14 SEPT ALREADY
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How is that gonna help your back, Marcus?


No, really, I looked at that machine before and if your going to use an outside means to flush the snot out of your sinuses, this seems like a good pick.

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Re: 14 SEPT ALREADY
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I see that the warranty on your vehicle has expired. Press the emoji if you wish to continue your coverage.

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Re: 14 SEPT ALREADY
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Hello. Gonna do something. But first, my third cup of coffee and a hot shower to loosen up.

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It's overcast and dank so .... great day to pressure wash. Working the front walks, doorway, windows and soffit. A clean home is a happy home.

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A rainy night in Homestead.
Oh, a rainy night in Homestead.
Seems it's rainin all over the world.





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So the ongoing saga of the 56 and its weird little quirks, as all of a sudden running rough and shutting off at any time it wanted and has been driving me to drink...not literally but close.... One guy of my chosen few who are working on the problem as we have replaced electrical and fuel parts to no avail....asked out of the blue..... have you checked your grounds? Uh.......grounds? No not so much.... we got to looking and found the battery was grounded to the body and the engine was grounded to the body. Both those were corroded... Then Farmer Bob who has the 55 Cheby to die for asked it the battery negative side was grounded directly to the engine.

I said no but we will do that. Then we cleaned up the other grounds and went body to the frame and another engine to the body. I think we got it covered now.

Took it into Lincoln today to get a load of stuff at the big box store and it ran as good as it ever has...smooth as glass and plenty of power. Did not miss a beat.... there is joy in my heart.... all the way back we pushed it at 80 82 mph and never sputtered once..... Have not signed off 100% but am liking it so far.... also advanced the timing some.... thought you should know.....


I would have thought the inspector would have found that on the pre purchase inspection.

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Bad news in our household this morning. Ivelis' closest friend in the Corvette hobby is entering hospice care. We had been planning to take her to Longwood Gardens today, but that's cancelled. We're hoping to go see her tomorrow.




My thoughts are with you and Ivelis Sorry to hear.

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Got my blood work back from the lab in one day. I get a copy and my doc gets a copy. I have a phone appointment with him on the 22nd. I can see already what he'll chat about. Pre-diabetes and and borderline protein levels. To me I'm doing fine. The pre-d is elevating some. Could be diet. It's not exercise because I move daily. Diabetes runs in the family so I try to be aware. My mom was borderline and my sister was full blown. That's what took her out at 70. Protein was right at the low number. Eggs, cheese , almonds, turkey breast, sardines, peanut butter and oats can go a long way in bringing that number up. Doc wanted me on a low cholesterol diet so looks like the protein number suffered a little.
MIL is back in Miami. She flew in last night with my FIL and a nurse. They brought her right to the hospital. From there she may spend a little time then get moved to e rehab facility. I told Sue her mom is half a step out of assisted living. Really, I'm not so sure she can go home anymore other than for a visit. A major vascular event could happen at any time. She has already suffered the effects of several small strokes. Sue is doing all she can for her mom. She doesn't want to lose her. Something I think we all can understand. Sorry. Don't mean to be a downer. Let's elevate. Let's get something done, gurus.

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Rain has returned with a developing tropical storm getting ready to spread some windy rain tomorrow. The summer has been in an unusual weather pattern. We usually get summer rains but in the afternoon. That has not been the case this summer. Well, it is 2020. It's just full of surprises. Had a great nap today. That's a good thing.

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Bluetooth

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LOL I love surprises like Letty's. You never know how many people you know. You know?

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10 years or so.

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LOL I actually am not a big fan of the world today.




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Here is a recent pic from Sturgis. Maybe one of them is Mexican?

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I personally did not care if we went solar or not. Sue might be around long enough to enjoy the outlay. Right now we are producing 3/4 or more of our monthly use. We do not have batteries. No storage on our system. It goes out to the grid. My meter records what we produce and what we use. So far we have saved over $1200 plus there were tax incentives. With the reduction in the electric bill and giving DIRECTV the boot we have $400 less to pay out each month. I like that.

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I'm old enough to remember "Check it out. A black pilot." "Did you see that? That doctor is a woman." And last but not least ,two guys kissing "Eeuuuwwwwww"

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Hello everyone. Great contributions today.

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Re: Monday Chat 09.07.20
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Gris, having such severe back issues that has never been an issue. lol

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Random homeowner thought: removing highly rusted but still functional cotter pins is extremely annoying.



...can't you paint over them?



Ya, Rustoleum.

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Matt, are you keeping in shape with a kettle bell workout?

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Love the No Disounts, Matt.


Sue's B-day today. I WAS going to take her out for surf and turf. She wants dinner at home with a couple of close friends and her brother. Extra work for me because now I end up cleaning house and tending the grill for T-Bones and colossal shrimp.

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Sue wanted to go to the casino last night. Our record over 4 visits were ahead big, even, nicely ahead and last night you can figure how it went. Down smartly. We are still ahead over the 4 visits so that's something to be happy about. We have been going to the Seminole Hard Rock Hollywood Casino (Hollywood Fl.) aka the Guitar Hotel.




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Does going to the bathroom and going back to bed count?

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I walk a 100 miles a day and am on my feet or bent over and on my knees more than I care to be. (And no, Matt, I'm not servicing men.) I was so stiff (in my knees and back) over the past few months but as usual I just powered through it. Keep moving is what I've always heard, so that's what I do. That's kind of why I don't see the spinal specialists. I'm sick of the exercise treatment. I have an exercise for the spine doctors. Go f~(% a duck. Once I reach the ripe age of 70 I may just go tell the medical community it was nice knowing you. Then I'll just start eating fatty meats, take up smoking and drinking again and after Sue kicks me out of the house I'll go and contract a variety of STD's. When they find me dead beside a dumpster somewhere they can just pick me up an throw me in.

It's 03:46 AM and all is well .......... Mind was over active. 7 weeks since I quit smoking . My sense of smell and taste are returning and I'm not too sure that I like it. LOL It's kind of like when your hearing deteriorates. Not hearing things can be a bonus.

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Sitaday is probably the wrong thing to do with a bad back. Road trips are a riot. You can drive 4-6 hours and feel fine. Just don't try to get out of the seat. LOL.

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Matt, our step-grands have higher priority than any weather banter or rants you may encounter here. Can't believe the children are aging as quickly as they are. So unlike the elder members here that are just sort of marking time. We are stuck in some kind of time warp or something. Some of us are still riding motorcycles, working massive side projects lifting heavy items, cutting fields of grass and so much more.

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Marcus, looking forward to your back report. Mine has only been hurting for 45 years. X-rays never show anything but arthritis. Insurance companies hate to part with radiology expenses unless it's absolutely necessary. Doctors don't want to get you hooked on pain meds. Gris summed it up pretty good I think when he said with surgery 1/3rd get better, 1/3rd stay the same and 1/3rd get worse. Maybe all you need is back exercises and stretches. You know, the ones they have told you time and time again. Did you possibly throw it out messing with a Mexican girl all those years ago?
There has been a shift in the force. In certain stages of my life my thinking has changed and I have come to a new understanding. I have felt a change. I now feel the need to seriously dump clutter both materially and mentally. A stronger wish to organize. I have a bunch of stuff I've held on through the years. Paperwork I will never need again. Music I will never listen to. Books and magazines that are just taking up space. All I need is time, energy and my back to hold up. Or I could just leave it for my heirs to deal with one day.

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For many, many years. Moving a ruck load of pea rock. The skid steer is 18 years old. She bought it new

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Delivery, nap, Sue called, brought her the skid steer, going shopping for necessities. Too late after that to start anything.

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Daisy is gone. I went out to sit with her. She was breathing heavy. I stroked her and told her 'It's alright Daisy. It's alright." She cried, drew her last breath and died. Poor baby. I will miss her. She was just as sweet as candy. Daisy is the one in the back.

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One of my potbellied pigs is sick and I think dying. She has had patches of skin cancer for years. Won't eat, won't drink so I fear for the worst. She's only about 7 so she's basically middle aged. Hate losing my animals but ... I'm always glad to have had them as companions. Poor baby.

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Sue did a quick job yesterday morning and was home by noon. She asked me if I had any plans for the day. I had just showered and dressed for some yard work but before I got sweaty I said : "Do you want to go to Hollywood?" (Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood) She said "OK" So I changed and off we went. After playing 4 hours we were around $200 down and figured it was around time to go home. On the way out after we cashed our tickets Sue saw the machine we hit big on 3 weeks ago and said "Do you want to play $20? I said "Why not.". 2 spins in she hit a bonus for $200. We were now even. We swap off and on. She plays some, then I play some. We both caught some pretty good hits and bonuses. A couple of hours later we had turned that $20 into $750. For the day we ended up $570 ahead. Not bad. My returns at the casino are outpacing my returns on the stock market over the last several months. Both are a gamble. ;)

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