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Regular Production Order. These are the codes that GM uses to identify options.

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Matatk Wednesday Chat 09.26.18
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Good Morning CGs!

Had some nasty t-storms roll through overnight. No damage here but I know other towns had trees down, etc.

Dog is sick. Seems like he might have an obstructed bowel. Been watching him but might need a trip to the vet. Sounds expensive.

Hope everyone has a great day!
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Matatk Re: Wednesday Chat 09.26.18
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Posted on: 9/26 6:35
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GRIS Re: Wednesday Chat 09.26.18
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COOL AND BREEZY THIS MORNING, I'M OFF TO HOT SPRINGS IN PURSUIT OF THE ELUSIVE SLOT MACHINE :-)
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pianoguy Re: Wednesday Chat 09.26.18
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Howdy! We actually got to play golf yesterday - the rain quit just in time, and the sun actually came out for a few holes. It was a tad chilly though - low 50's. But we can't play in January, so it is what it is. There were a couple trees down on the course from the last storm, but I managed to find other ones to hit.

Have a good day, all!
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TommyT-Bone Re: Wednesday Chat 09.26.18
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ha-ha-ha @ Matt and tool time.

Placed an ad on craigslist yesterday for employment. Cost $45 and got 7 responses on the first day. 2 are coming in for interviews this morning. She told them come ready to work. Checked out one of the online employment sites yesterday. They give you a week free then charge you $249 a month. That was a little over our head. More for a bigger company with employee turnover. If we get a hire out of it, it was $45 well spent. This is the ad I placed.



Casey's Corner Nursery and Landscaping is seeking a general nursery laborer. The job includes but not limited to weeding, potting, transporting, loading, trimming and associated plant nursery operations and tasks. General labor landscaping includes but is not limited to loading, unloading, preparing, digging, lifting, mulching and general tasks associated with landscaping operations. Must read, write and understand English and have a clean criminal history. Work location is outdoors. Must be able to tolerate average Florida weather conditions.





Lose so many due to the heat and the fact young folks today are a bunch of fuckin pussies. (No offense intended to those with a pussy) ;)

Which brings me to the next subject .... The people of the mid 1800's ( except for the city slickers) were stone hard working stiffs. They were strong and had to do whatever needed to be done to survive. By the late 1800's and early 1900's, labor intensive employment abounded. Again, the men and women were strong doing laborious work at modest wages. All the way through to our generation. Not the people with a work ethic but with others the whining about hard work had begun. The more technologically advanced we have become, the bigger the whining factor. We're at the point now where not many want to do any actual labor. What? You want me to actually work for the money? $12-15 for menial labor is actually fair money in Florida. Especially being a Right to Work state. Housing prices, taxes and cost of living used to be low here. No more. It's been creeping upward.But Homestead, being a farming area, still has a large number of low paying pickers and packers jobs. I could go on all day about the fight to make money in farming but I won't. Ah , my coffee is wearing off and I'm losing my train of thought but you get the picture.
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Ultraman Re: Wednesday Chat 09.26.18
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It's always exciting to hit a tree with a golf ball......it can go so many ways and most of them bad.....

It lis clear and very cool out this morning....Harvest will be resuming I think..... so back to work.....I have enjoyed the time off.....

Have a vonderful day Guru's...
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First, let's just assume I'm right...that will save us all a lot of time......
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teebee Re: Wednesday Chat 09.26.18
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Morning guys...slept in some and now headed to the golf course. It is cooler this morning and will stay cooler through the day. Highs in the mid to upper 60s today.

Have a great day folks. I’ll check in later.
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teebee Re: Wednesday Chat 09.26.18
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Golf was ok today. Didn’t hit the ball as well as yesterday and still couldn’t putt. Still I shot 95. Played with a couple from South Carolina. Nice folks. Rosie headed straight out to the Rec center once we got back. Once she gets back from there, we’ll go eat at Ramone’s.

Weatherwise, the weather people were not right.....low 70s for a high and a little breeze....Rosie kept saying “It’s a perfect day for golfing.”
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GRIS Re: Wednesday Chat 09.26.18
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