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tamapatom Offline
#351 Posted:
Joined: 03-19-2015
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So i finally picked the perfect dry season time to rip off my roof to replace it. And it rains buckets....getting all in the house. Then i put a big blue tarp up everday and no rain. Go figure.
MACS Offline
#352 Posted:
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I see Tom has met Mr. Murphy... you know, of "Murphy's Law"?
Speyside Online
#353 Posted:
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Morning people.
gummy jones Offline
#354 Posted:
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hoping to skirt outta here early and kill me a turkey
SmokeMonkey Offline
#355 Posted:
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Also hoping to leave early, but to watch Man United v Anderlecht in the Europa League quarterfinal.
MACS Offline
#356 Posted:
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I have no hope of leaving early... but I do have Friday off.
tamapatom Offline
#357 Posted:
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MACS wrote:
I see Tom has met Mr. Murphy... you know, of "Murphy's Law"?

Yes....Murphy is an old acquaintance. I also seem to have been operating under "Dan's Law" as well.
SmokeMonkey Offline
#358 Posted:
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Dan's Law. Damn, Tom.
tonygraz Offline
#359 Posted:
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Barely still Mornin' - It's National Cheddar Fries Day, National Lima Bean Respect Day, National Look Alike Day, National Pineapple Upside Down Cake Day, National High Five Day and National Get to Know Your Customers Day.
victor809 Offline
#360 Posted:
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Is Dan's law the one that has to do with getting elbow deep in sh1t and maxipads to avoid having to spend any time around your wife?
MACS Offline
#361 Posted:
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victor809 wrote:
Is Dan's law the one that has to do with getting elbow deep in sh1t and maxipads to avoid having to spend any time around your wife?


If so, he's doing it wrong. I just go fishing.
DrafterX Offline
#362 Posted:
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beef chimichanga.. rice & bean.. chips... BigGrin
bgz Offline
#363 Posted:
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tonygraz wrote:
Barely still Mornin' - It's National Bean 'n Cheddar upside down in what looks like a burrito day!

***High Five***


FIFY
bgz Offline
#364 Posted:
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MACS wrote:
If so, he's doing it wrong. I just go fishing.


That works... I would hire a plumber and go play golf.

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#365 Posted:
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gummy jones wrote:
hoping my skirt doesn't blow away when I'm out killing me a turkey



d'oh!
gummy jones Offline
#366 Posted:
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I recreated a camo Marilyn Monroe/vent scene
The turkeys weren't impressed
8trackdisco Offline
#367 Posted:
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MACS wrote:
I have no hope of leaving early....


Same goes for most of the people in your place of employment.
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#368 Posted:
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8trackdisco wrote:
Same goes for most of the people in your place of employment.

if you pretend it's like a studio audience it's not so bad.
MACS Offline
#369 Posted:
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8trackdisco wrote:
Same goes for most of the people in your place of employment.


True... true...

At least I got the work release program... at the end of the work day they release me.
SmokeMonkey Offline
#370 Posted:
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United win, cigar on the deck. Messed with the massive humidor. Using the Moist N Air to season it while I work on a permanent bead-oriented setup. Need to replace some hardware on it this weekend. I'm sure I'll f- it up somehow. I'm significantly less handy than Bill O'Reilly.
tonygraz Offline
#371 Posted:
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You can always write a book called "killing the big humidor" and make stuff up.
tonygraz Offline
#372 Posted:
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You can always write a book called "killing the big humidor" and make stuff up.

Double post- write two books.
SmokeMonkey Offline
#373 Posted:
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Lol
delta1 Offline
#374 Posted:
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don't bother writing a book yet...just post the made up stuff here...I'm sure you'll get positive feedback...then write the book...then write the book...
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#375 Posted:
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SmokeMonkey wrote:
United win, cigar on the deck. Messed with the massive humidor.


How many robustos would it hold?
SmokeMonkey Offline
#376 Posted:
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8trackdisco wrote:
How many robustos would it hold?


Fully loaded with boxes? Probably 4,000.
8trackdisco Offline
#377 Posted:
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SmokeMonkey wrote:
Fully loaded with boxes? Probably 4,000.


Send to me your addy. You'll need some help smoking all of those.

I won't charge you.... much.
SmokeMonkey Offline
#378 Posted:
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8trackdisco wrote:
Send to me your addy. You'll need some help smoking all of those.

I won't charge you.... much.


Ha! Will do!
8trackdisco Offline
#379 Posted:
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SmokeMonkey wrote:
Ha! Will do!


Mattie B is always trying to get me to Brandon, MS.

How long a drive to your sweet home in Alabama?
SmokeMonkey Offline
#380 Posted:
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From Brandon? I think that's by Jackson, so around 3 hours or so.
8trackdisco Offline
#381 Posted:
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I'll make up a t-shirt.

8track's Southern Tour!

victor809 Offline
#382 Posted:
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... "bringing genetic diversity to the south, 1 of your cousins at a time"?
gummy jones Offline
#383 Posted:
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https://youtu.be/kAGysJe_js0
tamapatom Offline
#384 Posted:
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SmokeMonkey wrote:
Fully loaded with boxes? Probably 4,000.

He's not monkeying around.
SmokeMonkey Offline
#385 Posted:
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Good morning, y'all
8trackdisco Offline
#386 Posted:
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Up we go.
tonygraz Offline
#387 Posted:
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Mornin' - It's National Yellow Bat Day, National Chocolate Covered Cashews Day,National Kindergarten Day, National Day of Silence and National Donate Life Blue and Green Day.
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#388 Posted:
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Cool Dudes...
Speyside Online
#389 Posted:
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Morning gang.
tonygraz Offline
#390 Posted:
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Does Ram have a yellow bat ?
DrafterX Offline
#391 Posted:
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that would be gay... Not talking
gummy jones Offline
#392 Posted:
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gobble gobble
MACS Offline
#393 Posted:
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Bluefin tuna are in the area. Not close enough for me, but the charters are gettin' 'em.
DrafterX Offline
#394 Posted:
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Charlie..?? Huh
bgz Offline
#395 Posted:
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tonygraz wrote:
Mornin' - It's National Beat the kindergarteners with a Yellow Bat for stealing my Chocolate Covered Cashews Day!.
dstieger Offline
#396 Posted:
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Mornin....the shltstorm continues.....compared to last couple weeks in our household, Dan is living the dream.....major water damage to house was just the beginning...five days into demo and dehumidifying and no end in sight.....no clue when reconstruction might start.....car's been in shop twice in last week and a half....last night, a new, unrelated light on the dash comes on....then, this morning, on the way to funeral for a friend, my wife got a call that her grandmother passed unexpectedly overnight....through it all, we're pretty good....some thanks to Anthony.....your attitude post-flood last year was inspiring
victor809 Offline
#397 Posted:
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Dude... you can manage. Just send all your cigars to me to protect them from the high humidity.
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#398 Posted:
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MACS wrote:
Bluefin tuna are in the area. Not close enough for me, but the charters are gettin' 'em.

We are allowed ONE Bluefin per boat here, gotta release all others.
G.O.M. is designated spawning grounds.
Not worth targeting them but occasionally they turn up amongst the yellows.
tonygraz Offline
#399 Posted:
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dstieger wrote:
Mornin....the shltstorm continues....


When it rains, it pours and may bring more sunny days.
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#400 Posted:
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bowl of chili.. double cheeseburger & fries... BigGrin
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