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The Beavis & Butthead 500
Ram27 Online
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Big Hug
DrafterX Offline
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is this the new 500..?? Huh
Gene363 Offline
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Ram said and he's got a bat.
Ram27 Online
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DrafterX wrote:
is this the new 500..?? Huh





ram27bat
Palama Offline
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Ram27 wrote:
ram27bat


Is that a Yes or a No? Think
teedubbya Offline
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fire
DrafterX Offline
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TW..!! Laugh
delta1 Offline
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8PWyjiNchLg
MACS Offline
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Way to go Rammie. Uhhhhh-huh-huh.
Cheno Offline
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Congrats on the win, and "gwar, gwar, gwar"
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ZG11UBoj-o
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RAM can self approve...

and he's got a bat.
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By the time we hit about 400 in here, this one too will smell like a gym locker room...
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Ram on top of 500 Mountain. What a view.
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Mowed a quarter of the yard before dark. Most of the street-visible stuff is mowed. I was gonna do the ditch but last year I did the ditch right before the leaves fell and they kept clogging the culvert. I think the overgrowth might keep em out or at least reduce them. Could still do the downstream side.

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Drafter got sniped - shenanigans I tell you.
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Tall glass of Glenlivet 14 and some Pikes Peak in my cob.
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Pasta, marinara, leftover brats, fresh mozzarella, in the oven...
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opelmanta1900 wrote:
Pasta, marinara, leftover brats, fresh mozzarella, in the oven...

the whole is greater than the sum of its parts
Ram27 Online
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HHD danm and gang, make it a great one. Herfing
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Ram27 wrote:
HHD danm and gang, make it a great one. Herfing



HHD Ram n dudes.
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Good morning. Afternoon tequila does have its downsides.
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^^ Lies!!!!!
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Hey, HHD people!
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Mernin all.

And So begins a new day.
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Morning gents
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Good morning, enjoying another cool day of Fall.
tonygraz Offline
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Happy restless legs awareness day.

No frost and the heat is about to arrive for our indigenous American summer.
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Cool Dudes...
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Howdy, my friends!!! Hope you all have a good Hump Day! Just another day at work, doing all the work myself, and wishing for the weekend to arrive quickly.
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Morning all great weather here. I am having a total knee replacement today including cadaver ligaments. Basically for 40 years I have had a non functional right knee and have been fortunate to walk and run without a cane. When I was 20 I chipped and fractured my kneecap and lost my MCL and ACL. The timing is right for now.
MACS Offline
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Hello... need coffee.
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Bummer dude... had my left knee replaced a few years ago... they wanted to do both... I'm not in any hurry to get my right one done... hope it goes well.. ThumpUp
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Speyside wrote:
Morning all great weather here. I am having a total knee replacement today including cadaver ligaments. Basically for 40 years I have had a non functional right knee and have been fortunate to walk and run without a cane. When I was 20 I chipped and fractured my kneecap and lost my MCL and ACL. The timing is right for now.



Oh geez! Good luck with your knee replacement! My mother-in-law had both knees replaced simultaneously last year at 73 years old. She's much better off now!
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danmdevries wrote:
Tall glass of Glenlivet 14 and some Pikes Peak in my cob.


There should be an ointment that can help heal your cob.
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Speyside wrote:
Morning all great weather here. I am having a total knee replacement today including cadaver ligaments. Basically for 40 years I have had a non functional right knee and have been fortunate to walk and run without a cane. When I was 20 I chipped and fractured my kneecap and lost my MCL and ACL. The timing is right for now.

Well wishes!
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Cafe Bustello x2
Changed the sheets on the bed.
Went to grocery.
Filled up with gas.
Nothing more to do on today's list!
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Speyside wrote:
Morning all great weather here. I am having a total knee replacement today including cadaver ligaments. Basically for 40 years I have had a non functional right knee and have been fortunate to walk and run without a cane. When I was 20 I chipped and fractured my kneecap and lost my MCL and ACL. The timing is right for now.


Good luck. Hope all goes well.
MACS Offline
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I know the feeling Robert.

I'm at the coffee stage now. 2 more things to do... poop and go to the gym.
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MACS wrote:
I know the feeling Robert.

I'm at the coffee stage now. 2 more things to do... poop and go to the gym.

Wish I could go to the gym. I am relegated to long, fast walking, briskly walks with my wife and son. I really need to re-shed 10-15 lbs. Been gaining weight slowly now for a year since my endocrinologist reduced my Metformin by 75%. I still have to take personal responsibility, but that medicine's known side effects include a bit of weight loss maybe 4-8 lbs.
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Mmm, the smell of chicken chit in the morning. Hopefully they get these eggs loaded before the flies carry me and my truck away.
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77/103 and out the door in the dark to get in a fast 5 miler on my restless legs. Now we are heading back up to the mountain house where it's 54/84. Prolly only have about one month more to enjoy before it gets too cold. Anything under 70 days is too cold for the wife to enjoy.

Good luck with the knee replacement. I'm a candidate myself but still walking without much pain as long as it's not twisting. Still playing golf but the swing is modified.
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Only minutes till drinking time, afternoon is good to look forward to. Tasks are done ✅
Now just CHILL'IN🧊🍹.
MACS Offline
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I go up and down in weight. Heck in the 16+ years I have been posting here I have been anywhere from 218 at the most to 173 at the least. 180-ish is ideal for me. Currently 200.

Gym keeps the heart and BP good, but if I want to drop any weight I need to watch what I eat. Older I get the more difficult that becomes.
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Got all the grocery shopping done, went to the feed store and picked up 200lbs chicken food, three stores to get all the human feed.

Got a chicken in brine, and bought stuff to make flatbread goat cheese pizzas again. Gonna grill the chicken in another hour or so.
Ram27 Online
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Afternoon peeps...

Beautiful fall day here. Herfing

Hope all are doing well.
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rfenst wrote:
Cafe Bustello x2
Changed the sheets on the bed.
Went to grocery.
Filled up with gas.
Nothing more to do on today's list!


So you got lucky in the morning
Picked up some grub
Ate some gassy food
and will just fart around the rest of the day
Speyside Offline
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I should be on my way home momentarily. It went well. I am amazed this could be done as an outpatient procedure.
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me too.... a total knee replacement..?? they cut your bones above and below your knee, removed it and glued and screwed a metal knee in it's place..?? Huh
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Speyside wrote:
Morning all great weather here. I am having a total knee replacement today including cadaver ligaments. Basically for 40 years I have had a non functional right knee and have been fortunate to walk and run without a cane. When I was 20 I chipped and fractured my kneecap and lost my MCL and ACL. The timing is right for now.


wishing you a full and speedy recovery...physical therapy is crucial...

had my right knee replaced 10 years ago...can't run and play tennis anymore, but I'm able to walk long distances, fish, bike and hike pain-free...


Speyside wrote:
I should be on my way home momentarily. It went well. I am amazed this could be done as an outpatient procedure.


outpatient total knee replacement? or was it patella/kneecap replacement...
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