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The "Manhattan Clam Chowder Sucks" 500
8trackdisco Offline
#301 Posted:
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Having coffee in a bit with a friend would had the long haul version of the Viddy.
Hopeful he is back to 70%. Last time I saw him, he looked rough. Said he couldn’t walk more than 50 steps without stopping to rest.
DrafterX Offline
#302 Posted:
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I'm having coffee now... Mellow
MACS Offline
#303 Posted:
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I'm gonna go shopping with the wife. Brick wall

I've got shorts, jeans, and t-shirts. I think I now have 1 shirt with a collar and I was told I need to buy some more.

WHY! I'm retired, dammit... my uniform of the day is shorts and a t-shirt. You're lucky if I change out of my pajamas!
Gonz
RiverRatRuss Offline
#304 Posted:
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Posts: 339
MACS wrote:
I'm gonna go shopping with the wife. Brick wall

I've got shorts, jeans, and t-shirts. I think I now have 1 shirt with a collar and I was told I need to buy some more.

WHY! I'm retired, dammit... my uniform of the day is shorts and a t-shirt. You're lucky if I change out of my pajamas!
Gonz


Must be nice!!! I already broke out the Long Handles and the Hoodies!!! gunna be a long cold winter here Me Thinks... Brick wall
deadeyedick Offline
#305 Posted:
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I might put on pants in December… or maybe not.
Gene363 Offline
#306 Posted:
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deadeyedick wrote:
I might put on pants in December… or maybe not.


Exactly, I might add a jacket or vest, but I'll still it'll be in shorts.
8trackdisco Offline
#307 Posted:
Joined: 11-06-2004
Posts: 57,613
MACS wrote:
I'm gonna go shopping with the wife. Brick wall

I've got shorts, jeans, and t-shirts. I think I now have 1 shirt with a collar and I was told I need to buy some more.

WHY! I'm retired, dammit... my uniform of the day is shorts and a t-shirt. You're lucky if I change out of my pajamas!
Gonz


Why not just go to a church supply store and just buy collars?
MACS Offline
#308 Posted:
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8trackdisco wrote:
Why not just go to a church supply store and just buy collars?


Bought 5 shirts and some new freshwater fishing gear. BigGrin

My saltwater gear isn't getting used at the moment and I saw a few big bass in the neighborhood ponds. They need catchin'...

I gave all my freshwater gear to my neighbor and his little boy in CA before we left.
Stogie1020 Offline
#309 Posted:
Joined: 12-19-2019
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MACS wrote:
Bought 5 shirts and some new freshwater fishing gear. BigGrin

My saltwater gear isn't getting used at the moment and I saw a few big bass in the neighborhood ponds. They need catchin'...

I gave all my freshwater gear to my neighbor and his little boy in CA before we left.

I would be too afraid of gators to go fishing in a pond in FL....
tonygraz Offline
#310 Posted:
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Gators are OK, they taste like chicken.
MACS Offline
#311 Posted:
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Stogie1020 wrote:
I would be too afraid of gators to go fishing in a pond in FL....

I ain't askeered...
MACS Offline
#312 Posted:
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Went to dinner with our neighbors and their kids. It was his wife's birthday. We went to Texas Roadhouse and the 16oz ribeye was freakin' awesome. We got mushrooms and onions on 'em, too... Mmmmmmm.

Had some jalapeno poppers, too... delish.

I'll betcha Drafter sure could go for some ribeye and jalapeno poppers about now... Mellow
HockeyDad Offline
#313 Posted:
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MACS wrote:
Went to dinner with our neighbors and their kids. It was his wife's birthday. We went to Texas Roadhouse and the 16oz ribeye was freakin' awesome. We got mushrooms and onions on 'em, too... Mmmmmmm.

Had some jalapeno poppers, too... delish.

I'll betcha Drafter sure could go for some ribeye and jalapeno poppers about now... Mellow



I’ll be firing up the grill shortly for some New York strips.
DrafterX Offline
#314 Posted:
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Yep.. Texas Roadhouse makes a fine meal... ThumpUp
deadeyedick Offline
#315 Posted:
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Welcome to October gents.
RiverRatRuss Offline
#316 Posted:
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Mornin Deadeye and Ya'll...

Brisk 43 degrees with a high of 72 today... Yee Haa!!! My Wrist is forked this morning , split wood yesterday and finished setting the last tiles in.

Today the Mrs. and I are gettin on the riders and mowing the property, hopefully the last time of the year? Then I can come home and sponge in the Grout lines and get this floor completed Finally!!! Herfing
MACS Offline
#317 Posted:
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58 degrees right now? I'll take that all day! Headed for 83, though.

tonygraz Offline
#318 Posted:
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49 this morning 51 now 53 later - cloudt and rainy thanks to some guy from Florida. We really need rain.
rfenst Offline
#319 Posted:
Joined: 06-23-2007
Posts: 37,187
Hurricane has long passed, but we don't have home internet or cable back yet. Trying to figure out how to use my phone to project tv shows so we have something to do.
Ram27 Offline
#320 Posted:
Joined: 04-30-2005
Posts: 46,448
Howdy gang, nice to see you back Robert.Applause

Hope issues get resolved soon, had loss of power this morning for a few hours here.Brick wall
8trackdisco Offline
#321 Posted:
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After a fitful night of semi sleep, was up and at 'em with breakfast. Two eggs, spinach and garlic. Slice of cheese factory fresh provolone cheese all sandwiched in a toasted cheddar asiago bagel. Two maple sausages. Half pot of coffee, slice of pumpkin bread and a dark chocolate cherry breakfast bar.

Best part of the morning.... Arsenal 3 Twatenham 1.

Saturday was great. Bring in Sunday.
8trackdisco Offline
#322 Posted:
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rfenst wrote:
Hurricane has long passed, but we don't have home internet or cable back yet. Trying to figure out how to use my phone to project tv shows so we have something to do.


Great to see you back.
DrafterX Offline
#323 Posted:
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Need foods... Mellow
RiverRatRuss Offline
#324 Posted:
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8trackdisco wrote:
After a fitful night of semi sleep, was up and at 'em with breakfast. Two eggs, spinach and garlic. Slice of cheese factory fresh provolone cheese all sandwiched in a toasted cheddar asiago bagel. Two maple sausages. Half pot of coffee, slice of pumpkin bread and a dark chocolate cherry breakfast bar.

Best part of the morning.... Arsenal 3 Twatenham 1.

Saturday was great. Bring in Sunday.


Ummm It's still Saturday Mornin?? Don't be adding hours to the days an Chit.. I'm still doing one day at a time and don't wanna skip one? whip
danmdevries Offline
#325 Posted:
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The ass kicking at work continues. Severely understaffed and overloaded with extremely critical patients. I'm shocked nobody died last night. I'm sure by the end of next week I'll have a hundred emails from the suits about missed charting or incorrectly titrated medications or other bullchit. My answer is and always will be, if you have time to find all that stuff, you have time to help us on the floor and we'll see how your charting is.

12,800 steps since midnight. 17k on the fitbit yesterday, 15k Thurs, 17k Wed. I'll probably hit 20 by midnight tonight. At least 20 for sure. Really weak crew on dayshift today, so I'll kinda be surprised if they're all still alive when the moldy oldies go back in tonight. My weekend crew on nights has about 80 years of experience across 4 of us. The day shift we handed off to with 5 nurses has a combined 30 years but one is a new hire with 18-20 years, and 3 of them are lazy.

I'm starting to look at getting away from bedside. But it's really hard to lose the schedule. Anything else is going to be M-F and or on-call. But I can't do this forever. Especially nightshift 12's.
MACS Offline
#326 Posted:
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Leftover steak... some eggs and some toast sounds about right.
danmdevries Offline
#327 Posted:
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I could go for some leftover steaks and some egg right now.
Mr. Jones Offline
#328 Posted:
Joined: 06-12-2005
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Watching TUBI? ON ROKU

"BEYOND MAJESTIC"

THE SECRET SPACE PROGRAM

FREAKIN' AWESOME!!!

EVERY BOOK KNOWN TO MANKIND is misinformation...
Everything is controlled by the Reptilians ( RAYR 🐊🦖🦎,) living in the south east of Antarctica...

Explains the military industrial complex...
Explains the shadow government beyond any control of the U.S. government...
Alan Dulles was "Majestic#1" IN THE LATE 1040'S
Arlen Specter was high up in the "NEW VERSION OF THE MAJESTIC 12" after the first twelve were replaced...
The Nazis flew "specially designed and built submarines" with anti gravity technologies... to the dark side of the moon from Antarctica ..

Great documentary...
RiverRatRuss Offline
#329 Posted:
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Mr. Jones wrote:
Watching TUBI? ON ROKU

"BEYOND MAJESTIC"

THE SECRET SPACE PROGRAM

FREAKIN' AWESOME!!!

EVERY BOOK KNOWN TO MANKIND is misinformation...
Everything is controlled by the Reptilians ( RAYR 🐊🦖🦎,) living in the south east of Antarctica...

Explains the military industrial complex...
Explains the shadow government beyond any control of the U.S. government...
Alan Dulles was "Majestic#1" IN THE LATE 1040'S
Arlen Specter was high up in the "NEW VERSION OF THE MAJESTIC 12" after the first twelve were replaced...
The Nazis flew "specially designed and built submarines" with anti gravity technologies... to the dark side of the moon from Antarctica ..

Great documentary...


Do ya half to be Stoned to Watch it? I like those B rated films an Docs with a good Buzz On!!! Herfing
Gene363 Offline
#330 Posted:
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Good Saturday Morning! It's 71° on the way to 76° today.
RiverRatRuss Offline
#331 Posted:
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Gene363 wrote:
Good Saturday Morning! It's 71° on the way to 76° today.


Mornin Gene, has the storms settled? How's your son doing, is he going to get another dog?
Gene363 Offline
#332 Posted:
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RiverRatRuss wrote:
Mornin Gene, has the storms settled? How's your son doing, is he going to get another dog?


G'morning, all clear, we just got some light rain and some wind, and lots of clouds.

Son is doing ok, thank you very much. He and his wife still have three dogs that are trying to decide who is the new alpha.
8trackdisco Offline
#333 Posted:
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Gentlemen....
Sunoverbeach Offline
#334 Posted:
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Who you calling gentlemen?
rfenst Offline
#335 Posted:
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Certainly, not anyone around here,
Stogie1020 Offline
#336 Posted:
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Conversation between my kids this morning:

3yo: (while on the can crapping, yelling) "5yo, come here I need you!"
5yo: (annoyed, yelling) "what do you want?"
3yo: (yelling) "i need you to turn on the fan in here and I can't reach it. It STINKS!"

Mrs. Stogie and I were crying laughing...
MACS Offline
#337 Posted:
Joined: 02-26-2004
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When my son was little, the fellas and I were watching a football game. He was on the hopper and yells to me... "Daddy! I'm done poopening... come wipe my butt!"

Didn't live that one down for a bit. d'oh!

But it was hilarious.
deadeyedick Offline
#338 Posted:
Joined: 03-13-2003
Posts: 15,056
Stogie1020 wrote:
Conversation between my kids this morning:

3yo: (while on the can crapping, yelling) "5yo, come here I need you!"
5yo: (annoyed, yelling) "what do you want?"
3yo: (yelling) "i need you to turn on the fan in here and I can't reach it. It STINKS!"

Mrs. Stogie and I were crying laughing...


Sounds like you "overbought" on the Beefarino.
RiverRatRuss Offline
#339 Posted:
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Mornin Ya'll... 44 degrees, lookin at a high of 74 but sunny...

today we're gunna mow the other lots, I was thinkin down to finishing the boarder tiles yesterday piece of cake.. forgot ever tile along the boarder has to be cut... took twice as long if not more? Damnit!!!
8trackdisco Offline
#340 Posted:
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Posts: 57,613
Mr. Jones wrote:
Watching TUBI? ON ROKU

"BEYOND MAJESTIC"

THE SECRET SPACE PROGRAM

FREAKIN' AWESOME!!!

EVERY BOOK KNOWN TO MANKIND is misinformation...
Everything is controlled by the Reptilians ( RAYR 🐊🦖🦎,) living in the south east of Antarctica...

Explains the military industrial complex...
Explains the shadow government beyond any control of the U.S. government...
Alan Dulles was "Majestic#1" IN THE LATE 1040'S
Arlen Specter was high up in the "NEW VERSION OF THE MAJESTIC 12" after the first twelve were replaced...
The Nazis flew "specially designed and built submarines" with anti gravity technologies... to the dark side of the moon from Antarctica ..

Great documentary...


A real Feel Good piece.
Ram27 Offline
#341 Posted:
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Posts: 46,448
Sunday greetings. ram27bat
Gene363 Offline
#342 Posted:
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Good Sunday Morning! It's an overcast 59° on the way to 75° today.
8trackdisco Offline
#343 Posted:
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Cloudy & 55 is the weather.
I’m cloudy and 57. Attempting to remedy with coffee.
MACS Offline
#344 Posted:
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Sunny and 76 at the moment.

Coffeed up. Walked the dog. Maybe a Costco run for gas and such...
Mr. Jones Offline
#345 Posted:
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#329
Nope, I was stone cold sober as a judge

#340

I felt great and vindicated after I watched it ...

Siskel & Ebert say: " we laughed..... We cried....and we watched thumbs up!!! for everyone of Mr. Jones's recommended shows!!!"
RiverRatRuss Offline
#346 Posted:
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Mr. Jones wrote:
#329
Nope, I was stone cold sober as a judge

#340

I felt great and vindicated after I watched it ...

Siskel & Ebert say: " we laughed..... We cried....and we watched thumbs up!!! for everyone of Mr. Jones's recommended shows!!!"


Ok Ok I'll get stoned and watch it... last night mrs. puff puff passed and watched Dr. Strange... then about 4 or 5 this am I had a dream about a hole opening up in the center of this tile floor I been putting down.. not sure if it was a nightmare or just a dream?
Sunoverbeach Offline
#347 Posted:
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Morning, peoples. Long list o' stuff I should do. Short list o' stuff I feel like doing
RiverRatRuss Offline
#348 Posted:
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Sunoverbeach wrote:
Morning, peoples. Long list o' stuff I should do. Short list o' stuff I feel like doing


Mornin... If its any help... It is "Sunday Funday" Ya Know!!! Herfing

Busquets & Gravy and few eggs over easy is our start this AM... then Beer/booze on the Lawn Tractors for an hour or so, we always swing by the watering hole on the way back home... small town livin, ya can't get a DUI on Mowers!!! Shame on you
Sunoverbeach Offline
#349 Posted:
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Prolly varies by locale. I've definitely heard of a couple DUI mower stories
Abrignac Offline
#350 Posted:
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Depends on the state. If DUI falls under the criminal code if an intoxicated person is in control, a phase I use lightly, of any type of conveyance they can be cited for DUI. If however, they are riding livestock the SCOTUS has ruled since such conveyance has a mind of its on then DUI is not possible in those circumstances.
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