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MACS Offline
#101 Posted:
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Sunoverbeach Offline
#102 Posted:
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Well, yeah! That's how they make da paper
8trackdisco Offline
#103 Posted:
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A mini-flex.

In the last 7 days, I walked 65.3 miles.

Deadeyedick continues to be a contributing factor the walkabout vs layabout journey.
deadeyedick Offline
#104 Posted:
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8trackdisco wrote:
A mini-flex.

In the last 7 days, I walked 65.3 miles.

Deadeyedick continues to be a contributing factor the walkabout vs layabout journey.


Hey! Don't blame me for your overzealous behavior. At my age I'm just trying to keep fit enough that I don't have to ware one of those buttons that summon help when you fall down. fog
MACS Offline
#105 Posted:
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Sumbeotch... y'all gonna make me get a fitbit and join this fun?

Don't make me do it.
Gene363 Offline
#106 Posted:
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Good Sunday Morning! It's just 42° on the way to 61° today.
RiverRatRuss Offline
#107 Posted:
Joined: 09-02-2022
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MACS wrote:
Sumbeotch... y'all gonna make me get a fitbit and join this fun?

Don't make me do it.
Mornin Ya'll... 37 on it's way to a whopping 17 d'oh!

Macs I seen a fitbit on Marketplace yesterday for fitty bucks... local here tho...
Sunoverbeach Offline
#108 Posted:
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Morning, peoples. I gave up on fitbit couple of years ago. It synced a couple of times with the program, and then it decided it was just a pricey pedometer
Ram27 Online
#109 Posted:
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Sunday greetings gang. Herfing
MACS Offline
#110 Posted:
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Sunoverbeach wrote:
Morning, peoples. I gave up on fitbit couple of years ago. It synced a couple of times with the program, and then it decided it was just a pricey pedometer


Yep. Had one in the past. It was okay, but I've gotten used to not wearing a watch. Really don't want to do it again, but some days could use the extra motivation.
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#111 Posted:
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No problem. I got ya covered.



GET YOUR LAZY AZZ UP AND MOVE!!!!!
ram27bat ram27bat ram27bat

Reread as needed
DrafterX Offline
#112 Posted:
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MACS wrote:
Sumbeotch... y'all gonna make me get a fitbit and join this fun?


that would be gay.... Mellow
8trackdisco Offline
#113 Posted:
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MACS wrote:
Sumbeotch... y'all gonna make me get a fitbit and join this fun?

Don't make me do it.



...... dare you.
8trackdisco Offline
#114 Posted:
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Sunoverbeach wrote:
Morning, peoples. I gave up on fitbit couple of years ago. It synced a couple of times with the program, and then it decided it was just a pricey pedometer


For me, I like the Zone Minute counts. Always thought I was exercising, but in retrospect I was walking too slow and never got near cardio.

Being somewhat competitive (even with myself) it has been a game changer. Also helped me realize how inactive. A minimum of 250 steps per hour sounds real easy, but time can get away if you aren't watching it. Also it has helped me get a better idea of the frequency and intensity of my tricky ticker.

Losing weight & looking better. I don't spend any additional money ($9 a month gives more detail) but for me it is much more than a pedometer.
DrafterX Offline
#115 Posted:
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Are margaritas considered a clear liquid..?? Think
Sunoverbeach Offline
#116 Posted:
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8trackdisco wrote:
but for me it is much more than a pedometer.

Understood, and I'm not knocking anyone else, but all the extra stuff stopped functioning in my case. Therefore I lost faith and no longer use
dkeage Offline
#117 Posted:
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DrafterX wrote:
Are margaritas considered a clear liquid..?? Think

I don’t know, but the one I had on the patio yesterday was pretty nice 👍
Sunoverbeach Offline
#118 Posted:
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Why, even when we're winning, do we try so desperately to lose?

*sigh* go Bears.
tonygraz Offline
#119 Posted:
Joined: 08-11-2008
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Winter has arrived today with a high of 46 and going freezing at 3 in the morning. This is going to be the warmest day in the 10 day forecast. I miss fall already and still have some leaves falling.
rfenst Offline
#120 Posted:
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Impossible to logon the last week or so. :(

Hope everyone is well!

Did I miss anything important?
Abrignac Offline
#121 Posted:
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Did my laundry, then to Walmart for a few items and afterwards fueled my truck. Within 30 feet of the truck stop store is a bar called The Windbreak. Based on Yelp reviews it seems to be a happening place.

Probably order something from Uber Eats. Don’t think I can do the Huddle House for lunch. Breakfast was painful enough. I need to put away the stuff I bought at Walmart. Got some jeans, a warm jacket, some wool socks and some sweat pants. Waited until I got up here because I figured there would be a better selection than down south. That was a safe assumption. Also loaded up on the usual consumables such as toilet paper, aloe wipes and paper towels.

Perhaps I’ll even drag my arse to a shower.
Ram27 Online
#122 Posted:
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Howdy Robert, missed nothing. Think
Ram27 Online
#123 Posted:
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Let's go Green Bay Think
Ram27 Online
#124 Posted:
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WTF Green Bay get with it.Brick wall Brick wall Brick wall Brick wall
Ram27 Online
#125 Posted:
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Congratulations 🎊 Cheese 🧀 Heads.Beer
8trackdisco Offline
#126 Posted:
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Good day when Dallas loses.
Ram27 Online
#127 Posted:
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Yes indeed.Applause

Stogie1020 Offline
#128 Posted:
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My 3 year old finally got the hang of the balance bike this weekend. It was like a switch flipped and all of a sudden she understood it. The grin on her face was amazing.
8trackdisco Offline
#129 Posted:
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Stogie1020 wrote:
My 3 year old finally got the hang of the balance bike this weekend. It was like a switch flipped and all of a sudden she understood it. The grin on her face was amazing.


Thanks for the flashback. Recall that same series of moments with my son. He wasn’t so good at steering so 10 seconds later he hit the curb, the seat slammed into his balls and landed on the the neighbor’s lawn.

Writhing in pain, tears in his eyes he exclaimed “I’m never gonna have kids!”

A terrible father would have laughed.
frankj1 Offline
#130 Posted:
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I laffed.
sorry.
Sunoverbeach Offline
#131 Posted:
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Morning, all o' youse. Winter is here. Try to keep your nutz warm. Those of you who live in a climate where that's a concern anyway
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#132 Posted:
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Even a little chilly here in the desert this morning. Gonna be 47/67 and sunny. Gotta get the Corvette shined up for the fall Goodguys event coming this Fri-Sun. Both the brothers will be going with me.
8trackdisco Offline
#133 Posted:
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Light snow. Off to the shpo I go!
8trackdisco Offline
#134 Posted:
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frankj1 wrote:
I laffed.
sorry.


So did I.
corey sellers Offline
#135 Posted:
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Morning gents
Ram27 Online
#136 Posted:
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corey.............


Morning gang.ram27bat
MACS Offline
#137 Posted:
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8trackdisco wrote:
Good day when Dallas loses.


And when SF wins...
Abrignac Offline
#138 Posted:
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Rolled out at 7:00 this morning. It was still snowing. First stop was 15 minutes down the road. Two more off loads then south to South Dakota to pick up a load of beef headed to Phoenix.
Gene363 Offline
#139 Posted:
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Good Monday Morning. It's a clear 48° on the way to 58° today.
MACS Offline
#140 Posted:
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Was 50 degrees for the dog walk... still wearing shorts and a t-shirt, but needed the fleece.

Tank has a fur coat, so he don't care. Currently 64.
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#141 Posted:
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Have the day off. Temps probably won't crack 40° F to day but is is nice and sunny with clear skies.

Bought a friend a new (new for her) iMac off of e-bay that I'll have to configure. Her old one wouldn't boot up - corrupted OS that I couldn't resolve. Bought a replacement one for her on e-bay. She just uses it for web surfing, Facebook, e-mail, and some simple work stuff so nothing special. It shouldn't be hard, just have to run some updates, setup her email and other accounts like Facebook and Workforce and stuff. Nothing complicated, just a bit of a time sink.

I'll take her old iMac and wipe it clean, and install a fresh OS. I have no use for it and it would just collect dust at my place. It's a solid machine and all the hardware works but somehow the OS flaked out.

Once it's up and running I'll prolly just pass it on to someone who doesn't have the means to buy a computer but needs one for home, school or work or something. I'm sure someone out there can use it for general computer and average use for stuff.
Gene363 Offline
#142 Posted:
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BuckyB93 wrote:
Have the day off. Temps probably won't crack 40° F to day but is is nice and sunny with clear skies.

Bought a friend a new (new for her) iMac off of e-bay that I'll have to configure. Her old one wouldn't boot up - corrupted OS that I couldn't resolve. Bought a replacement one for her on e-bay. She just uses it for web surfing, Facebook, e-mail, and some simple work stuff so nothing special. It shouldn't be hard, just have to run some updates, setup her email and other accounts like Facebook and Workforce and stuff. Nothing complicated, just a bit of a time sink.

I'll take her old iMac and wipe it clean, and install a fresh OS. I have no use for it and it would just collect dust at my place. It's a solid machine and all the hardware works but somehow the OS flaked out.

Once it's up and running I'll prolly just pass it on to someone who doesn't have the means to buy a computer but needs one for home, school or work or something. I'm sure someone out there can use it for general computer and average use for stuff.


You know that reloaded computer will run like it's brand new until you give it away. Then it will crap out almost immediately and you'll be liable for lifetime support. No good deed ever goes unpunished. Kudos for trying however.

I think Apple is about to declare all Intel-chipped Macs obsolete. I just purchased a Macbook pro with an M2 chip, just because my tax program warned me when I finished my 2021 taxes I need the newer OS only supported by the M1 chip to run the 2022 tax program. d'oh!

My current Intel chipped Mac Mini does everything I need plenty fast, but no matter, now I'll have a new machine with half the ram and half the size SSD. the joys of upgrades. Brick wall Brick wall Brick wall
Ram27 Online
#143 Posted:
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Scrambled eggs 🥚 ,bacon 🥓, toasted rye toast and cold glass of milk 🥛. Applause
tonygraz Offline
#144 Posted:
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Cold and windy here, high of 41 below freezing overnite. Did some cutting on bushes and trees - got too cold. Need to get the winter gear out. May go out again to clean up the property a bit this afternoon.
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#145 Posted:
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8trackdisco wrote:
Thanks for the flashback. Recall that same series of moments with my son. He wasn’t so good at steering so 10 seconds later he hit the curb, the seat slammed into his balls and landed on the the neighbor’s lawn.

Writhing in pain, tears in his eyes he exclaimed “I’m never gonna have kids!”

A terrible father would have laughed.

Haha, too funny! we had a few wobbles, but no genital impalement. Yet.
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#146 Posted:
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rfenst wrote:
Impossible to logon the last week or so. :(

Hope everyone is well!

Did I miss anything important?



Try using Firefox. I have been unable to use Chrome here (like MACS and others have reported) for a while now.
Sunoverbeach Offline
#147 Posted:
Joined: 08-11-2017
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Hit the driving range today. Irons are getting fairly consistent, but my driver has gone wonky

Definitely the driver. Not a user issue
MACS Offline
#148 Posted:
Joined: 02-26-2004
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I'm using the Brave browser at 8track's recommendation... and now it's fuggin' up a lot, too. Same too many redirects message.

If it's happening on multiple browsers it is 98.2% surely a CBid issue and not the browser. The place has gone from great deals, great customer service, and no issues to a flaming pile of turds that can't get a damn thing right.
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#149 Posted:
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No issues with Safari.
Ram27 Online
#150 Posted:
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Nor with Firefox.
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