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Re: TUESDAY THE 11TH
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My elementary school class started a facebook page. Here is my class in 63/64. lol 3rd grade.

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Re: TUESDAY THE 11TH
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Good to hear you are on the road to recovery, John. Sounds like quite a medical ordeal. Hope the sacrifice is rewarded down the road with a great reduction in pain and a gradual increase in mobility.

Sue's mom accused Sue of kidnapping her brother so the entire crew moved last night up to Sue's mom's house. They will be comfortable there as there is a pool for them to lounger around if they so choose. Sue's uncle is in his 90's and Sue's aunt and mom are in their late 80's. Sue's mom has been struggling but without the massive surgery last year she would have been gone. She is not real happy with having lost her moblity and her memory is slipping. Sue is pretty much a hard ass and keeps on her mom to get up and walk. Try walking down the street with the rolling walker. All I know is as I get older and start to slow I'm in for a world of "Get up off your ass.". Honey can I have a bowl of soup? Sure, get up and make it. Tommy, the weeds are getting out of control.

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Re: MONDAY 10 MAY 21
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I never knew how much I appreciated my alone time till I have a houseful of guests.

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Re: Sunday Mothers Day Chat...
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Visiting with family in from out of town. Busy day.

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Re: FRIDAY THE 7TH
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Hello stranger.


Good morning everyone. Company coming in tomorrow night for a week. I don't know why I get worked up about it. It's my wife's family. None the less, I want them to have fun and be comfortable. Because of the sky high car rental rates now we will be loaning them the Suburban. I'm sure I'll be able to find something else to drive.


My right hand and fingers are raw from scrubbing and cleaning. I was using a strong mold and mildew outdoor cleaner yesterday. My right hand is suffering the consequences. I have so much to do but my hand is saying I don't want to do that.

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Re: 6 MAY 21
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WELL, MY WELL PLANNED, SEQUENCED DAY WAS SHOT IN THE ASS BY DW'S PT APPOINTMENT WHICH I DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT. HALF HOUR TO TAHLEQUAH, HOUR PT, HALF HOUR HOME. EXPLETIVE DELETED!

GOT ALMOST EVERYTHING DONE ANYWAY, BUT IT WAS A SCRAMBLE RATHER THAN THE ORDERLY PROGRESSION I HAD IN MIND.



This sounds oddly familiar.

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Re: 6 MAY 21
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The last physical altercation I was in I smashed a guy in the fist with my lips. I let the guy who bought a car from me use my tag to drive it home. He didn't return the tag. I saw the car on the road at a stop light and with a screwdriver in hand I popped off the tag. The girl driving was stunned. I came across the guy at a bar and told him what I thought of him. His fist was his reply. They threw me out of the bar but let me back in after awhile. That kind of pissed off the the guy who popped me and he soon left. Another time I confronted a guy that ripped me off. He held a knife to my throat so I figured I'd better back down. Lastly, I helped a couple find a place to live with a landlord that I knew. The couple stopped paying rent after a few months. So for the elderly landlady, I stopped by to inquire about the non payment. I was met at the door with a shotgun. Turns out this couple were a Bonnie and Clyde type. They stole their friends car, robbed businesses in Homestead and Key West and then went on the run. That was all many moons ago. The last couple of decades have been for the most part less eventful.

I thought I would never make it to twenty. Was surprised when I made it to thirty. At forty I thought I have a chance to make it to fifty. At fifty I said there's an opportunity to make it to sixty. The sixties to date have been smooth sailing. Seventy is the next benchmark. We'll see how it goes. I have felt for years now the way you get to old age is one day at a time. They all add up.

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Re: VIVA CINCO DE MAYO, 2021
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Marcus, what started the fracas with the field. Sprayed wrong with what? I hope nobody starts any old man shit with me. All I know is I'm coming out no holds barred, in defense of course. I'm too old for dancing. Either the guy will try to apologize to you or he'll get his meds adjusted. One of the two.

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Re: VIVA CINCO DE MAYO, 2021
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tee, plumbers have to eat too. That's why I call them . Just like my mechanics and electricians for major work.

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Re: VIVA CINCO DE MAYO, 2021
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Production could outpace demand. I always felt if I wanted to smoke weed I would do it if it were legal or not. It puts me to sleep so it's a no go for me. I need more production. Now meth amphetamine ....... LOL Only kidding. That stuff will rot your teeth among other undesirable side effects.


I do like beer ..... Sometimes I liked it a little too much.



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Re: May the 4th be with you!
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I told Sue I was gonna have a t-shirt made for her with WORK MAGNET written on it. I swear she creates more work than any person I have ever known. PITA. I have NEVER been able to keep up with what she generates.




This one is interesting


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Re: MONDAY 3 MAY 21
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Two crowns in. One crown, 2 extractions and a cleaning to go. I rescheduled my cleaning till June when all the work will be finished and the extractions should be pretty well healed. Came home and ate a can of sardines in hot sauce. That's good for the heart, you know. Dragging a little today. Looking for a blast of energy to get me going again. Doing what I can so I can avoid this guy. I'm not ready yet. ;)

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Re: MONDAY 3 MAY 21
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This afternoon I will experience the joy of dentistry once again. Tomorrow I'm supposed to go for routine teeth cleaning but we'll see what the dentist does today. If he does the extractions the cleaning will have to wait.

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Re: THE TOOTH OF MAY
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Dogs and kids do that, tee.

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Re: 05.01.21
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Rosie put it best when she said "It's a Corvette, not the Cadillac".



Smart woman right there.

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Re: 05.01.21
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Last night. I literally just sat and said "What just happened?" I'm glad it did. .75 bet 🙂 Hard Rock Hollywood Seminole Casino. Sue had a good night too on pai gow poker plus a couple of hundred on the slots.

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05.01.21
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Howdy!

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Re: FRIDAY!!! 4-30-21
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Go with your gut, tee. 11 y/o tires are like rolling the dice. Are you a gambler?

Sue had a couple of day workers walk off the job after half a day yesterday. Said it was too hot. Pay us. She gave them a half days pay and off they went. They were an hour and 15 minute drive north of Homestead. Who knows how they got home.

One of Sue's cousins who was due in for a visit next weekend died from apparent heart attack. He was in his mid 60's. Took the dog for a walk. Came home, sat in his chair and out he went. His wife called for him and got no response. Found him in his chair with no pulse. EMT revival efforts were to no avail. For some, one minute you're here, the next you're not.

I'm busy as always. Phone rings and I say WTF. Turns out to be a telemarketer that I don't answer the phone for anyway. Of course Sue has squeezed in 3 calls to me already this morning plus left me a note on the counter. It's hard to get to MY list.

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Re: 04.28.21
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On the existence of God. I had a very strange thought last night when pondering the fear of death and the possibility of an afterlife. You know, just one of those passing questions you think about when you close your eyes to go to sleep. Here was my conclusion. If you believe in God then God exists, even if only in your mind. Thinking of all the trials and tribulations in my life and the times I called on God for guidance or consolation, He was there for me. He calmed me and gave me hope. He helped me to move forward. So if God did not exist how was this possible? Even if it were mind games and delusion, God helped me many times throughout my life. Belief in God is personal, I know. Just thought I'd toss this out there.


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Re: 04.28.21
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Today my dad would have been 93 had he not died in 1968. King Edward IV was also born on this date. If he was still alive he would be 579.

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gOOD mORNING

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Re: 27 APRIL 2021
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On my facebook page today I wrote

"The Nazi like spreading of disinformation in this country is an abomination. Platforms of the Socialist Democrats desecrate the freedoms that our American patriots died for. Everyday I see or read twisted truth poisoning the future of America and our youth. It makes me wonder what the mindset of the majority truly is. A vocal minority is turning this country inside out. Why is this so?"

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Re: 27 APRIL 2021
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Great day to be alive. Well, they're all great days just some are better than others.

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Re: ANOTHER MONDAY
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I was tipped off by someone about a very large nursery about an hour from us. So the wife and I decided to make a little day trip out of it. She is in plant heaven right now so I'm standing in the corner like a good husband. She could spend all day here, will probably end up being an hour and a half or so. Then we'll grab some lunch.

Glad to hear you're doing better, John.

Hope everyone has a great day!



Ahhh. Nurseries. What a delightful environment for friends and families. You can make your yard and home into a botanical paradise.

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Re: ANOTHER MONDAY
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Lazy day yesterday. Today I get back to chores.

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Re: SUNDAY MORNING
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You know someone is getting old when they say "Back in the day."

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Re: SUNDAY MORNING
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Hello guys. Left the casino this morning in the dark and by the time we arrived home the sun was shining. Had a give back night last night but at one point we were both well ahead. While waiting for Sue to be finished playing I gave back my winnings plus $100 out of my pocket. ( I blame her. Can't possibly be my fault.) She dropped $400 but we are still playing on their money. Still have a couple of trips worth of money in the special wallet. Casinos weren't built by betters winning.

Reminds me. I was quite a night owl back in the day.






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Re: Thursday Chat 04.22.21
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Last night we said goodbye to one of our favorite nursery cats, Red. She was a part of our family. A loving and gentle cat with a heart of gold. She loved attention and purred with delight when petted. We believe love never dies, Red. You will always be in our hearts. Thank you for being a part of our life.

You know how much we care for our critters.


John, may the best surgical results be yours.

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Top o'the mornin to ya.

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Re: Wednesday 4-21-21
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Florida and home owners insurance. Brutal. Hurricanes and floods happen. Of course flood insurance is separate. Been self insured for almost 11 years now. Saved over $50,000 in premiums. That's enough to cover a pretty good amount of damage outside of a full house fire.

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Re: Wednesday 4-21-21
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7 years of 09:30 PM to 06:00 AM. I tried all kinds of combos to live a normal life. Sleep as soon as I got home. Sleep in the afternoon. Stay up after getting off on Saturday morning till Saturday night. Night shift can be brutal. But my ex BIL had rotating shifts at the power plant. A month of days, a month of mids then a month of nights. Of course he was happy when day shift rolled around. It's a 24 hour world now. No more rolling up the sidewalks at dark.

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Meanwhile, out in somebody's shed .....




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Re: 20 APR 21
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I've been a little rundown the past couple of days. The aches and pains have been active. My left knee that I injured over 45 years ago is letting me know it's still there. Headache, probably allergy related. Basically I'm not at the top of my game. Thought I would take a day and try to relax or do only what I was feeling up to. Planned on sleeping in till I got up on my own. So much for planning. Sue called me at 08:34 with a problem in the grow house at the nursery. The sprinklers wouldn't turn off. Not something I could put off till later. Up and at em and back home after an hour. Going to continue the day at a leisurely pace. I'm sure something will come up. I'm indispensable.

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Sue did well at the casino this weekend. Me? I was down but not too bad. Lost on Friday won on Saturday. The gambling wallet got a little thicker. We have designated funds that we play with. Enough in there for several trips right now.

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Yup. I was tired yesterday and I'm re-tired. today.

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We could use a good two or three thousand migrants down here. All the plant nurseries are short on help. Green carded ones of course. The day workers you can pull of the street want $120 a day. Because of the shortage they're making demands. Sue won $500 on the slots last night. I lost $260. That means as a team we came out $240 ahead. Heck, that's enough for two day workers for a day.

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Pleasant outside now. Later in the mid 80's. If I have some music playing today I'm sure I'll be sweating to the oldies. Expected high of 90 on Sunday. Heading to the bank later this morning. Sue said she'll have me on speed dial today if she needs help. She hasn't heard a word I've said about not working at the nursery unless it's an absolute emergency. Well, she's heard it but refuses to accept it. Who's the first one she calls when she's in over her head? I wish she could find just one good anchor employee. It's not for her lack of trying.

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hEllO EveRyONe.

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Sue got her first vaccine shot tonight. She was very concerned because of her allergies. I went along for moral and physical support if needed. She did fine. She is telling everybody "I only got the vaccine because my husband wants me to.". Which is true. Future travel will be so much easier if you've had the vaccine.

Saw that a bill passed the House on forming a committee to study reparations for slaves. I'm all for it. Any American slaves that are alive today should get reparations.

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Brought the ailing cat to the vet for an antibiotic injection. Have to go every two days. Hope the kitty recovers but she's having a rough go of it. Got back from the vet and went to the dump to unload a full pick up bedload of weeds and dead trees from the back of the house nursery. Going to the nursery in a few minutes to flush Sue's fish pond filter. The fun just never ends. I've been promising myself a day off all by my lonesome. A long ride south to the Keys might be in order with maybe a nice lunch. This Covid shit is wearing thin on my nerves. Totally disrupted my routine. I need to go somewhere or do something out of town. Way out of town.

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LOL Letty, I was wondering why you had me watching an ad. Then I saw ... it was Tuesday Afternoon. That tricky youtube.

Dentist at 01:00 for a crown prep. 2 hours booked in the chair. Got 2 fillings yesterday. My good set of choppers are a little over a month away when all my permanent crowns will go in. 2 Extractions I think he's saving for last. NOT looking forward to that but the trade off is after the first couple of days of pain I won't have to worry about those teeth anymore.

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Hope all goes as well as possible for you and your surgery, John. You have some fine practitioners and some of the latest and greatest technology on your side. Medicine today has made major strides in precision. I'm sure you will get the best care they can give. My thoughts are with you.

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I'm awake.

I recently picked up some eclairs, double chocolate frosted donuts and scones from my local supermarket. When I get up I usually just have coffee but on occasion, a little while after my first cup o'joe, I figure I'll eat a little something. Eclairs are a breakfast wonder food. They have several important healthy dietary contributions. Chocolate, for good heart health, grain, for dietary fiber and dairy, in the form of a nice creamy center. As we age it's important to get a variety of food groups.


Dentist today and tomorrow at 1:00. I need to get another decade out of these choppers. God willing, of course.

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All bright eyed and bushy tailed ......

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Re: MONDAY 12 APR 21
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Marcus, just wondering. Did you go back to work so you could buy more stuff? I know why you went back to work. It's to keep your body and mind sharp. Idleness is not good for the body. There will be plenty of time for rest when we're dead.

House phone not working. The new AT&T troubleshooters are a hoot. Go to the outside box. Open it with a screwdriver. Disconnect the connector and plug in your phone. Do you have a dial tone? .... They want you to check if it's an inside the house wiring issue that you have to pay to repair or if you have an in home wiring repair policy, then it's on them. I dropped the inhouse wiring protection a couple of years after moving in. I had it at first "just in case". Most times it's better to just come out of your pocket and pay for internal repairs when needed. Sue likes to have the home phones. Me? I could live without them. Still using AT&T broadband. Comcast X-finity sucks. I hate both of them and I'm not gonna go to satellite internet. Enough outa me. See ya.


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Matt, don't forget to encase the sensor in duct tape and secure it with bailing wire or a wire hanger.

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