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Trick or treat 500!
dkeage Offline
#251 Posted:
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deadeyedick wrote:
Usually more cars as kids on the street in my hood. Soccer moms have to drive the kids around nowadays.

Yeah, we started getting kids trucked in from other neighborhoods several years ago.
DrafterX Offline
#252 Posted:
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Ram's prolly shining up his Mashing shoes about now... Mellow
HockeyDad Offline
#253 Posted:
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When they drive kids to your neighborhood that’s a sign of a quality neighborhood!

I usually have around 300 pieces of candy on hand and we decorate, dress up, have propane heaters, and hang out outside. Even give away cigars to dads. Usually AF Hemingway Short Stories.
BuckyB93 Offline
#254 Posted:
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Didn't have too many. Went though about 200 pcs during the first hour and a half. I don't do limits, grab as much as your little hands can take. Was a small push of kids early but it waned out kinda early (maybe because tomorrow is a school day.. shrug...) Mostly toddlers and a few teens.

Gave the last couple of stragglers rest of the bucket... prolly 50 pcs each... Sometimes it pays off to be a late comer.

50% off Halloween candy at Wally World tomorrow (prolly just crappy $hit like candy corn) to make room for Christmas stuff.
MACS Offline
#255 Posted:
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dkeage wrote:
Yeah, we started getting kids trucked in from other neighborhoods several years ago.


Seen that happening here, tonight. I had 5 big bags of candy to dole out and 90% of it got doled out. I'd say it was pretty active from 5:45p to 8:15p. Word on the street was the "neighborhood" was saying 5-8p on their FB page.

Only 1 dad took the dad beer offer.
Sunoverbeach Offline
#256 Posted:
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4 T&Ts total. The final 2 had huge grins as I poured candy into their bags
dkeage Offline
#257 Posted:
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HockeyDad wrote:
When they drive kids to your neighborhood that’s a sign of a quality neighborhood!

Yeah, I’m sure the people from my neighborhood will be cleaning your pool or house....Sarcasm
BuckyB93 Offline
#258 Posted:
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HockeyDad wrote:
When they drive kids to your neighborhood that’s a sign of a quality neighborhood!

I usually have around 300 pieces of candy on hand and we decorate, dress up, have propane heaters, and hang out outside. Even give away cigars to dads. Usually AF Hemingway Short Stories.


Mental note: go to HockeyDads next year for Halloween
deadeyedick Offline
#259 Posted:
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Up at 3:30. Can't sleep so guess I'll go for a walk.

Happy Tuesday Ram & dudes.
MACS Offline
#260 Posted:
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Careful of the coyotes and Javelinas...
DrafterX Offline
#261 Posted:
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Cool Dudes...
deadeyedick Offline
#262 Posted:
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We have a non-proliferation agreement.
Gene363 Offline
#263 Posted:
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Good Tuesday Morning! It's an overcast 62° heading to 76° today. Another range, but our older son is joining us and we'll all go for lunch later today. Shooting pistolas today, son's choice. Good for my wife as she is due for some pistol practice and I need to dial in the red dot on my Rock 5.7x28 pistol.
Gene363 Offline
#264 Posted:
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Welcome to November.
Ram27 Online
#265 Posted:
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Welcome one & all. ram27bat
RiverRatRuss Offline
#266 Posted:
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Mornin Ya'll... 40 with a high of 68 & Sunny.... good day to finish cleaning up the yard for winter...

Ram with the game postponed it looks like 3 straight for the win in Philly now!!! Herfing
Ram27 Online
#267 Posted:
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Sure hope so Russ.Think

MACS Offline
#268 Posted:
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71 right now... headed to 84. d'oh!

It's November, right?
RiverRatRuss Offline
#269 Posted:
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MACS wrote:
71 right now... headed to 84. d'oh!

It's November, right?



Macs have you fished that St. Johns river yet? do you have ocean poles? I'd also recommend Jetty Park, down by Cape Canaveral it's an inlet for shrimping boats etc. we always fished it at night into early morning for best catches!!!
MACS Offline
#270 Posted:
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I have not fished the St John yet. I have not friggin' fished the ocean at all yet... I'm going through withdrawals!!

I have 5 rod/reel combos for the ocean and gear out the wazoo. I have 1 freshwater rod/reel and a small amount of bass gear.
DrafterX Offline
#271 Posted:
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You should buy a boat... Mellow
MACS Offline
#272 Posted:
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DrafterX wrote:
You should buy a boat... Mellow


That's not out of the realm of possibilities, but I want to be familiar with the fishery and the ins and outs of the area before I commit to something like that.
DrafterX Offline
#273 Posted:
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Fishes are in da water... they don't come out much... Mellow
MACS Offline
#274 Posted:
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DrafterX wrote:
Fishes are in da water... they don't come out much... Mellow


When I'm around they do... BigGrin
DrafterX Offline
#275 Posted:
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What ever happened to those 'TV guys.. don't they have a boat around there somewhere..?? Huh
8trackdisco Offline
#276 Posted:
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Hello, Animals.
MACS Offline
#277 Posted:
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Hello ya dirty scoundrel.
8trackdisco Offline
#278 Posted:
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MACS wrote:
Hello ya dirty scoundrel.


Erroneous!

I showered a couple hours ago.
dkeage Offline
#279 Posted:
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8trackdisco wrote:
Erroneous!

I showered a couple days ago.



FIFY
8trackdisco Offline
#280 Posted:
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dkeage wrote:
FIFY


Blushing
danmdevries Offline
#281 Posted:
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Bought gutter clips to put the Christmas lights up this week before it gets too damn cold to be outside.

Picked up a couple 4x20 tarps to cover my wood stacks too.

Gotta finish slicing up a tree I dropped last week and then split it all.

Probably the last decent week I have off until April or May.
8trackdisco Offline
#282 Posted:
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danmdevries wrote:
Bought gutter clips to put the Christmas lights up this week before it gets too damn cold to be outside.

Picked up a couple 4x20 tarps to cover my wood stacks too.

Gotta finish slicing up a tree I dropped last week and then split it all.

Probably the last decent week I have off until April or May.


Heard a Christmas song on the radio today. The epitome of Too Soon!
Sunoverbeach Offline
#283 Posted:
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My eye twitched a bit when I saw Xmas candy out before Halloween was even there yet.

Morning, peoples. Have a humptastic day
MACS Offline
#284 Posted:
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Coffee down. Dog walk looming.
DrafterX Offline
#285 Posted:
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Cool Dudes..
deadeyedick Offline
#286 Posted:
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Picked up and installed a Rubbermade Fastrack system for hanging all the implements of destruction on the garage walls.
Should have done this 10 years ago. Garage is looking good.
DrafterX Offline
#287 Posted:
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How many pitchforks and torches do you have..?? Huh
izonfire Offline
#288 Posted:
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Mornin heathens…
Ram27 Online
#289 Posted:
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Happy Hump Day danm & y'all. ram27bat
Gene363 Offline
#290 Posted:
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Good Wednesday Morning! It's 54° on the way to 76 today.

Found a great decongestant spray, NOT F'ing Afrin. Xlear is saltwater, some grapefruit extract, and Xyitol, yup, the sweetner xylitol. It works and it's inexpensive on Amazon.

I had to quit using Claritin-D/Sudafed and others that contain Pseudoephedrine, my Doc thinks it is contributing to my fast heartbeat, 95 as I'm typing this, and 120 in his office. Getting a sleep study too. It's done at home now, wearing a ring device they ship to your house.
deadeyedick Offline
#291 Posted:
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DrafterX wrote:
How many pitchforks and torches do you have..?? Huh


I'm all out. Oklahoma State fans borrowed them all last Saturday.
MACS Offline
#292 Posted:
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deadeyedick wrote:
Picked up and installed a Rubbermade Fastrack system for hanging all the implements of destruction on the garage walls.
Should have done this 10 years ago. Garage is looking good.


My garage already had one mounted. I just had to stop by HD to get the hanging hooks for it. My garage is looking nice, too.

Just waiting for cabinet install and then it's gonna be awesome. I'll be putting in a butcher block top for the work bench... then mounting a vice and a wire/grinding wheel.
Ram27 Online
#293 Posted:
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I don't have a garage!!!!!!!!!!Brick wall
8trackdisco Offline
#294 Posted:
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deadeyedick wrote:
Picked up and installed a Rubbermade Fastrack system for hanging all the implements of destruction on the garage walls.
Should have done this 10 years ago. Garage is looking good.


Could use a good garage reorganization.
8trackdisco Offline
#295 Posted:
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Got the squats and pushups done. Rocky ride from Mother Nature during the constitutional. Was in a three day back-log.
Backlog. Sometimes I amuse myself.

47 degrees now with a projected high of 71. Average high for November 2nd is 50. The upside of Climate Change.

Have leaves to move. Bunch still on the trees. Might have to climb them with a leaf blower in hand to speed up the process.
RiverRatRuss Offline
#296 Posted:
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DrafterX wrote:
You should buy a boat... Mellow


My Nephew lives in St. Pete and he floats a Kayak all over in the inlets around him and even out on the ocean with his fishing gear he paddles away and does pretty well for himself. he's had a few encounters with gators and sharks, but he loves it!!! he says he can shove the Kayak in his van and travel pretty much anywhere to launch it. he modified it to fit his gear and poles.
DrafterX Offline
#297 Posted:
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deadeyedick wrote:
I'm all out. Oklahoma State fans borrowed them all last Saturday.



We don't talk about that around here... Sad
rfenst Offline
#298 Posted:
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Good afternoon, folks!
8trackdisco Offline
#299 Posted:
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Leaf was todays theme.

Smoked a cigar with a former coworker today. Fun to hear the struggles of the organization.
Blew leaves off of the roof, deck, driveway and on the east side of the house. Could only swing the leaf blower for about an hour and forty five.

Then back to the deck for a second cigar.

MACS,
The wife finally found a Pauliner she doesn’t love; Hefe Weiss.

She has four left. Because I’m a good husband, I manned up and drank one for her.
I’m a giver.
deadeyedick Offline
#300 Posted:
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MACS wrote:
My garage already had one mounted. I just had to stop by HD to get the hanging hooks for it. My garage is looking nice, too.

Just waiting for cabinet install and then it's gonna be awesome. I'll be putting in a butcher block top for the work bench... then mounting a vice and a wire/grinding wheel.


I kept all the hooks from the mountain house and just needed to install an 84" bar yesterday. Think I will get 2-3 more hooks since there is room.
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