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Abrignac Offline
#1 Posted:
Joined: 02-24-2012
Posts: 14,307
Long time no see. Merry Christmas
Numismaniac Offline
#2 Posted:
Joined: 01-13-2012
Posts: 11,339
I don't "Lurk", Brother, BWAHAHAHAHA!!!


I had to get a cheap lighter on "Free fall", that took around thirty minutes for me to catch the $38 price. I'm a cheap aZZZ and wasn't willing to pay the $42 plus that the recent auctions have been going for.

Good to see a regular character, and the expected thread. I will try and get on a little more often, looks like it's been over two years. I had two old PM's from mid 2016.


Needless to say, I need to update my avatar picture, I now have 6 grandchildren, The oldest passed in '14, his little brother is the youngest at 20 months and the youngest granddaughter is almost 3 and already has her cochlear implants. She was born "nerve deaf".

Life keeps me pretty busy for someone who doesn't work, HEHE!!!
Numismaniac Offline
#3 Posted:
Joined: 01-13-2012
Posts: 11,339
Abrignac wrote:
Long time no see. Merry Christmas





Oh yeah!

And a Merry Christmas to you and your family Anthony! Hope all is well with you and yours.
Burner02 Offline
#4 Posted:
Joined: 12-21-2010
Posts: 10,508
Great to see you surface, sure many more will feel the same.

Merry Christmas to you and the rest of the crew.
Numismaniac Offline
#5 Posted:
Joined: 01-13-2012
Posts: 11,339
Merry Christmas to you as well, Kind Sir!

Wife still has a regular "Girls Beach trip to the panhandle, but we haven't been back to the Orange Beach/Gulf Shores since we last met, I think.

That should change since on elf our friends has bought a condo in Gulf Shores. Maybe she will give us a little break, LOL!

You will be warned, if and when this happens.
Numismaniac Offline
#6 Posted:
Joined: 01-13-2012
Posts: 11,339
Conan, I SEE you, LOL!!!


You should be smoking more now that you are "retired", LOL! I finally got on facebook, but I don't check in very often.
Palama Offline
#7 Posted:
Joined: 02-05-2013
Posts: 11,354
Aloha Mark!

Great to see you back on the board!! ThumpUp
Numismaniac Offline
#8 Posted:
Joined: 01-13-2012
Posts: 11,339
ALOHA!!

Good to see the familiar folks!!

Palama Offline
#9 Posted:
Joined: 02-05-2013
Posts: 11,354
Numismaniac wrote:
Conan, I SEE you, LOL!!!


You should be smoking more now that you are "retired", LOL! I finally got on facebook, but I don't check in very often.


Hahahaha! Applause
frankj1 Offline
#10 Posted:
Joined: 02-08-2007
Posts: 27,399
hope you cleared space Mark...
prolly gonna hear from a bunch of folks.

and we'll always have Seekonk.
Palama Offline
#11 Posted:
Joined: 02-05-2013
Posts: 11,354
frankj1 wrote:
hope you cleared space Mark...
prolly gonna hear from a bunch of folks


There’s always e-mail.... Whistle
Numismaniac Offline
#12 Posted:
Joined: 01-13-2012
Posts: 11,339
frankj1 wrote:
hope you cleared space Mark...
prolly gonna hear from a bunch of folks.

and we'll always have Seekonk.





LMAO! you can't imagine how many times I have laughed with fellow MAssholes about the true rathole of MAss!!!!
Numismaniac Offline
#13 Posted:
Joined: 01-13-2012
Posts: 11,339
Palama wrote:
There’s always e-mail.... Whistle



I definitely DON'T have your current phone number, Brother?!?!?! I honestly called the old number that I have when the lava was getting close!!!

Similar situation in the North CA fires! I called an old coworker and he answered, explained that his home was the ONLY house left standing in his neighborhood, he was hosing down the adjacent empty lot and roof while we were talking, and then had to get back out. He was eventually able to get back in the home, but NO neighbors until they can rebuild.
Palama Offline
#14 Posted:
Joined: 02-05-2013
Posts: 11,354
PM sent.
opelmanta1900 Offline
#15 Posted:
Joined: 01-10-2012
Posts: 9,233
NUMI!!! Much love brother, great to see you here... I'm planning on a crop of spring Numi-corn this year!
dstieger Offline
#16 Posted:
Joined: 06-22-2007
Posts: 9,947
Mark, great to 'see' you. Hope all is great with you and your family!
Ram27 Offline
#17 Posted:
Joined: 04-30-2005
Posts: 41,965
Welcome back Numi. Herfing Applause Applause Herfing



ram27bat
Numismaniac Offline
#18 Posted:
Joined: 01-13-2012
Posts: 11,339
opelmanta1900 wrote:
NUMI!!! Much love brother, great to see you here... I'm planning on a crop of spring Numi-corn this year!




'Bout brings a tear to my old crusty eyes, so glad to see someone still keeping that one alive.

Sadly, the ground where the property sits is poor and corn will grow, but not well enough or reliable to get a decent crop the past few years. Plus, I have barely been able to keep the yard mowed where we were residing since the fire. That's been a few places and the wreck in late May '15 slowed me down, AND I packed on 60 pounds from the inactivity and prednisone. I couldn't even keep the bush hogging caught up on the 7 or eight acres that adjoins the 5 acres plus where the house sat and the 7+ acres adjoining it on one side of the road. Now, I'm trying to reclaim some it from the trees that grew in!!

I started push mowing the yard at the small farm house we rented for a couple of years. That was 3 miles of pushing, so it helped me lose almost forty pounds, but I packed a few more back on since we bought a new (to us) home in an adjoining community. That puts me 7 miles from the farm, but now we have a pool and Ellen had shoulder surgery this summer. I was pool boy and extra hand for her over the majority of the summer. The yard at this place is so small, it only takes about an hour, maybe less. I tried to have a few items at the farm on some of the acreage around the old house place. The deer ate the Purple hull peas and tried to get to the watermelons. Luckily they were a yellow meated with thick rind, so they didn't succeed. One of the granddaughters LOVES watermelons so she will be 4 next year and wants to help me plant her some more watermelons.

This place is quite a large home and has a patch of pea gravel over the spot where all the underground utilities tie in, I planted 3 types of sunflowers next to the home in that spot and a couple more. Next year, I think I will plant some really tall growing corn and red okra in that spot, hehe.

Thanks for keeping that going, the move got to mine at the farm and I have decided to try a few different types next year at the farm and hope for a better rain pattern.
Numismaniac Offline
#19 Posted:
Joined: 01-13-2012
Posts: 11,339
dstieger wrote:
Mark, great to 'see' you. Hope all is great with you and your family!



Thanks Brother, to you and yours as well!!
Numismaniac Offline
#20 Posted:
Joined: 01-13-2012
Posts: 11,339
Ram27 wrote:
Welcome back Numi. Herfing Applause Applause Herfing



ram27bat




RAM!!!!!!

A sight for sore eyes!!! Glad to see you still keeping folks in line, hehe!
ZRX1200 Offline
#21 Posted:
Joined: 07-08-2007
Posts: 49,038
Damn noobs
Numismaniac Offline
#22 Posted:
Joined: 01-13-2012
Posts: 11,339
ZRX1200 wrote:
Damn noobs



Speaking of?!?!?!

Where's Anfernee?!?!?!


No HEHE?!?!?!

Hope he and the family are doing well.
delta1 Offline
#23 Posted:
Joined: 11-23-2011
Posts: 16,834
he's popped in on rare occasions...maybe your return is an omen...welcome back, Bro!
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