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TommyT-Bone Fourtennineteen.
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Guten tag!
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TommyT-Bone Re: Fourtennineteen.
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Had a real gully washer pass through yesterday. Part of the reason I got to take a nice nap yesterday afternoon. Temps are up in the mid 80's and humid on average lately. Guess that's a warm up for the mid 90's, hot and humid, for the Florida summer. I try to get as much done as I can outside of summer but that's rarely possible to get everything done. Just have to accept that about half the year it's Vulcan hot.


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TommyT-Bone Re: Fourtennineteen.
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8 of our favorite ridiculously long German words


https://theweek.com/articles/463500/8- ... ulously-long-german-words
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And who can talk about Germany with out a little light heartedness.

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GRIS Re: Fourtennineteen.
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THE SUN IS SHINING ON THE NATIONS AND IT'S 70 DEGREES OUTSIDE.
AIN'T NO FLIES ON THAT! BUT COOLER TOMORROW THEY SAY.

DARLING WIFE DUE BACK TODAY, OTHERWISE NEGATIVE REPORT

YEAH JOHN, TWO "PRIESTS" IS A LOT. THE EVOLUTION OF ARMORED VEHICLES IS INTERESTING. IF YOU GET TIRED OF WRITING ABOUT CARS THERE'S A NEW SUBJECT FOR YOU :-)
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And who can talk about Germany with out a little light heartedness.


AH YES, DEUTCHBOOBS UMBER ALLES---
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Morning guys....Tommy, those prices are just a drop in the bucket, for a man of your means. You should buy two, just as vacation homes!

It's pretty nice start this morning, but as Marcus suggested yesterday, big changes are coming later today and tomorrow. They have taken the snow out of the equation for us, but I'm sure, on our travels to KC tomorrow we will run into some.

I went over to #2s house yesterday, as there was a leak in bathroom drain, and as you all may have heard, I hate f@#king plumbing, so I called my friend who plumbs and he came over and looked at it. Anyway, I told him I'd cut out the sheetrock so he could get to it. So I cut out the rock, 14" above the floor up to 26", which will give him plenty of room, and the drain looks good, no leaking there. But I turn on the water and go to the basement and water running out like crazy. So back upstairs and decide I need to cut out more rock. I cut out the 14" down to the floor and, f@#K, the cast iron drain pipe has a freaking crack 10" long and rusted out....a 1/4" wide gap! Well, that would explain the water leaking everywhere. I take pictures, and send them to me friend, it doesn't phase him. He'll get over when he can to fix it. After that, I come home to work on things in the shop. Nothing big, but kept busy all day.

Rosie, calls me and has something I need to come look at, at her office, and when I get there, I fix the little issue and then the other nurse, who has conspired with Rosie, says she brought in an old rocker, that was her grandmothers, that she needed me to strip.... Well Rosie said she would do it for her. I brought that home and threw some stripper on it and let it soak. I got a lot of the finish off the flat surfaces, but left the rest for Rosie to do, so she thinks twice about volunteering to do this again.

Happy 24th, John, and congrats on the book decision. Hunker down Marcus, it's coming your way.
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LOL.. I've been working on a brick patio deck on the side of the house. I decided to do it myself instead of bringing in our mason friend. So I have many hours (days) in moving sand, leveling, moving brick and laying it. Sue came and helped me the other day for 10 minutes. She helped load brick onto the golf cart dump bed. I guess that gives her bragging rights that she helped build the deck. She always does that $#!+. I put in 99% of the effort on my lone wolf projects but she always has to drive a nail, pick up a tool or something to get into the game.
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YEAH JOHN, TWO "PRIESTS" IS A LOT. THE EVOLUTION OF ARMORED VEHICLES IS INTERESTING. IF YOU GET TIRED OF WRITING ABOUT CARS THERE'S A NEW SUBJECT FOR YOU.

Despite being a former naval person, tanks have alway interested me—perhaps because of my paternal grandfather, who was a colonel in the army. As you know, they share a lot of nomenclature with warships: hull, turret, deck, etc. However, their history seems well-trodden, everything from the big cultural treatises, to the highly illustrated, to the country-specific, to the model-specific. I'm delusional enough to think I'll be better off if I "hit them where they ain't."

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YEAH JOHN, TWO "PRIESTS" IS A LOT. THE EVOLUTION OF ARMORED VEHICLES IS INTERESTING. IF YOU GET TIRED OF WRITING ABOUT CARS THERE'S A NEW SUBJECT FOR YOU.

Despite being a former naval person, tanks have alway interested me—perhaps because of my paternal grandfather, who was a colonel in the army. As you know, they share a lot of nomenclature with warships: hull, turret, deck, etc. However, their history seems well-trodden, everything from the big cultural treatises, to the highly illustrated, to the country-specific, to the model-specific. I'm delusional enough to think I'll be better off if I "hit them where they ain't."



IT WORKED WELL FOR MACARTHUR :-)
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LOL.. I've been working on a brick patio deck on the side of the house. I decided to do it myself instead of bringing in our mason friend. So I have many hours (days) in moving sand, leveling, moving brick and laying it.


I'll stop by in the morning, Tommy. I'm sure the kids won't mind a 3 hour detour
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