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Palama Offline
#401 Posted:
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DrMaddVibe wrote:
Shudda went with the sushi!



DrafterX wrote:
That would be gay... Mellow


What’s wrong with sushi? ram27bat
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#402 Posted:
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Palama wrote:
What’s wrong the with sushi? ram27bat




Many very sick people have asked the same... Mellow
Gene363 Offline
#403 Posted:
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Palama wrote:
What’s wrong with sushi? ram27bat


Yum... but not from the gas station. Our local Publix does a pretty good job.
Sunoverbeach Online
#404 Posted:
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I'm good with the sushi that's battered and fried.

Yeah, I know. Not real sushi. I get a similar response from the FIL when I start talking about chocolate espresso martinis
DrafterX Offline
#405 Posted:
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Buy a ham,
Take me to buy a ham,
Pretty momma..
Gonna ham with your daddy all night long,
Gonna bake some fluffy biscuits and,
Pretty momma gonna take me to buy da ham..
Laugh
DrMaddVibe Offline
#406 Posted:
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DrafterX wrote:
That would be gay... Mellow


Only if you used chopsticks
Palama Offline
#407 Posted:
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DrMaddVibe wrote:
Only if you used chopsticks


What’s wrong with chopsticks? ram27bat
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#408 Posted:
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tonygraz wrote:
He's more likely a beer and cheese delivery guy.


Curds would bounce but he shouldn't be driving anything breakable.

~Mr. Big
rfenst Offline
#409 Posted:
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8trackdisco wrote:
Great mood in the house as the boy is back from college. Stayed up late talking, smiling and laughing.


I know what you mean.
Daughter and boyfriend came home Monday night and son arrived last night.
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#410 Posted:
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Abrignac wrote:
Home sweet home. Left San Antonio at 11:30 last night. Parked at 6:40 this morning. Wasn’t planning on being home for Thanksgiving, but I’ll take it!

Happy for ya, my friend.
Enjoy some down time.
MACS Offline
#411 Posted:
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Sunoverbeach wrote:
She prolly was being generous 'cause she loves you an stuff


110%

Russ, please say hello to Andrew for me.
Abrignac Offline
#412 Posted:
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frankj1 wrote:
Happy for ya, my friend.
Enjoy some down time.


Thx

It’s been great. Bought a Christmas tree today and put it up. My daughter called and said she wanted to come help me decorate it. While I was putting the lights on she laid down in Mom’s bed. I went to get her once the lights were on so she could hang ornaments. She said she wanted to sleep. So I decorated it myself.

All good. Just having her under the same roof was great Rx.
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#413 Posted:
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Bust day. Errands, hanging out with the kid, up North to see mom, dad, sister, her husband and kids. BIL got canned from his job on Monday. More of the corporate reset. Three sides to every story. i believe his.

Ham, potatoes, corn, squash, rolls, pie, cherry kringle, coffee, milk, beer.

Back to GB for cigars and some Jefferson bourbon.

Now trying to get through my World Cup backlog of games, Next live game in 4.5 hours.

Who wouldn't get up at 4:00 AM to watch Switzerland vs. Cameroon?
BuckyB93 Offline
#414 Posted:
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8trackdisco wrote:
Bust day. Errands, hanging out with the kid, up North to see mom, dad, sister, her husband and kids. BIL got canned from his job on Monday. More of the corporate reset. Three sides to every story. i believe his.

Ham, potatoes, corn, squash, rolls, pie, cherry kringle, coffee, milk, beer.

Back to GB for cigars and some Jefferson bourbon.

Now trying to get through my World Cup backlog of games, Next live game in 4.5 hours.

Who wouldn't get up at 4:00 AM to watch Switzerland vs. Cameroon?


Prolly 98.2% of the population in the USA
deadeyedick Offline
#415 Posted:
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Happy Thanksgiving youse varmints!

Spunky and I are headed out for our traditional hike in the McDowell Sonoran desert to make room for the feast. Turkey should be ready about 4 pm.
Sunoverbeach Online
#416 Posted:
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Morning and a Happy Thanksgiving, peeps! Mrs Beach's alarm has been going off since 5:30 like it's still a workday. I am not thankful for this
DrafterX Offline
#417 Posted:
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I want scones dammit..!! Mad
corey sellers Offline
#418 Posted:
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Morning gents , Hope everyone has a great Thanksgiving.
8trackdisco Offline
#419 Posted:
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BuckyB93 wrote:
Prolly 98.2% of the population in the USA


Am watching the World Cup because I heard CROS is in Qatar. Keeping my 👀 peeled.
Ram27 Online
#420 Posted:
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Thanksgiving wish's y'all.




Herfing ram27bat Herfing
Gene363 Offline
#421 Posted:
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Happy Thanksgiving Thursday! It's 59° on the way to 61° today.

Wife Gloria is making fresh fruit salad to take to our older son's MIL's house to celebrate Thanksgiving. In the usual family tradition, he is working until late today. Several nurses in the extended family attending; some will no doubt be working, nurses and sick people do not get a holiday.

Got a call from our other son and DIL in Missouri, they are doing well, he is cooking and she is doing homework for her RN to Masters degree classes.

Thankful my shooting buddy is just getting over the flu and pneumonia.

Negative cheer warning on:

The daughter of an old friend I worked with and his wife, another nurse that worked with my wife, passed away due to an illness this week, God rest her soul. She is in a better place, but her parents could use some good thoughts to suffer the unbearable.

Negative cheer warning off:


Apologies for farting in church, please proceeded with the feasting and merriment of Thanksgiving.
8trackdisco Offline
#422 Posted:
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Heading east today for MIL Thanksgiving.
HockeyDad Offline
#423 Posted:
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Might have to switch the heater to AC today.
BuckyB93 Offline
#424 Posted:
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Random fact: Slipper socks are a great invention (like those things you wear when in the hospital). Warm with the little grippy treads on the bottom. Important footwear for indoor winter time especially if you have hardwood and/or tile floors.

Happy Turkey day to all. If you're traveling, be safe. If you are not traveling, be safe.

Small low level feast here. Prolly about 6 people. Turkey, stuffing, taters, veggies, few pies. ETA for eats is about 2-ish eastern.

I haven't changed out of my sleepwear yet. Prolly won't. Casual company plus I'm 98.2% sure there is a nap in the future.
izonfire Offline
#425 Posted:
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Happy Thanksgiving! 🦃
Hope y’all are havin a good one
HockeyDad Offline
#426 Posted:
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Turkey stock for gravy is on the stove.
Turkey is in the oven.
Cranberry sauce was made yesterday.
Yeast rolls are rising.
Green bean casserole is assembled.

I’ve still got to do the stuffing and blueberry cobbler.

It’s just the two of us but we always go overboard at thanksgiving.
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#427 Posted:
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Smoker is going under an umbrella cuz it’s pouring!

Smoked salmon and sausage appetizers ready.

Chicken and brisket burnt ends still smoking

Pecan pie in the oven Applause
rfenst Offline
#428 Posted:
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HockeyDad wrote:
Might have to switch the heater to AC today.

Yup.
Humidity wont drop for another day or so.
rfenst Offline
#429 Posted:
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Happy Thanksgiving!
Gene363 Offline
#430 Posted:
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HockeyDad wrote:
Might have to switch the heater to AC today.


Whe we lived in Matagorda country Texas, about 85 files South West of Houston, we had two season, A/C and Heater seasons.
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#431 Posted:
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Gene363 wrote:
Whe we lived in Matagorda country Texas, about 85 files South West of Houston, we had two season, A/C and Heater seasons.

Have a buddy that used to have a fishing lodge in Matagorda. 60 miles from my house. That was great!

Too bad he was OCD and an ahole to his customers. Finally had to sell it. Brick wall
Gene363 Offline
#432 Posted:
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dkeage wrote:
Have a buddy that used to have a fishing lodge in Matagorda. 60 miles from my house. That was great!

Too bad he was OCD and an ahole to his customers. Finally had to sell it. Brick wall


It's been 30 plus years since I was in Matagorda, a colorful area of weekend fishing shacks and beach homes back then. It was the beach we often visited when we lived about 18 miles away in Bay City. We've visited cousins there and while it's still a small town, Bay City has grown by leaps and bounds since we left.
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#433 Posted:
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Nephew's getting more athletic. May have to start working out if I want to keep up. Of course, if we raise the hoop to regulation, I could probably retain my advantage for another year or two
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#434 Posted:
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Holidays just aren’t the same, found out my grandpa was sick about two months ago… been a fast down hill, has lung cancer and has spread to his bones in about 10-12 different places, a couple weeks ago while at one of the long term hospitals his arm broke while they were moving him and the week before last they were moving him and his right leg broke, they moved him to the hospital and did emergency surgery on his leg last Monday and his arm Wednesday…. Moved him to hospice care the other day, went and seen him today for a few hours.


To go back just a bit, took my boy deer hunting last Saturday in the stand me and my grandpa hunted out of last Saturday and I scored a nice eight point buck, it was a bittersweet moment…..
Ram27 Online
#435 Posted:
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Friday greetings all.

Sorry about you grandfather Plow, keeping all in our prayers.Pray
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#436 Posted:
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Plowboy221 wrote:
Holidays just aren’t the same, found out my grandpa was sick about two months ago… been a fast down hill, has lung cancer and has spread to his bones in about 10-12 different places, a couple weeks ago while at one of the long term hospitals his arm broke while they were moving him and the week before last they were moving him and his right leg broke, they moved him to the hospital and did emergency surgery on his leg last Monday and his arm Wednesday…. Moved him to hospice care the other day, went and seen him today for a few hours.


To go back just a bit, took my boy deer hunting last Saturday in the stand me and my grandpa hunted out of last Saturday and I scored a nice eight point buck, it was a bittersweet moment…..


Tough one, Plow. Feel for you and your family.
Sunoverbeach Online
#437 Posted:
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My condolences plowboy. Rough anytime, but especially the holidays
frankj1 Offline
#438 Posted:
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Plowboy221 wrote:
Holidays just aren’t the same, found out my grandpa was sick about two months ago… been a fast down hill, has lung cancer and has spread to his bones in about 10-12 different places, a couple weeks ago while at one of the long term hospitals his arm broke while they were moving him and the week before last they were moving him and his right leg broke, they moved him to the hospital and did emergency surgery on his leg last Monday and his arm Wednesday…. Moved him to hospice care the other day, went and seen him today for a few hours.


To go back just a bit, took my boy deer hunting last Saturday in the stand me and my grandpa hunted out of last Saturday and I scored a nice eight point buck, it was a bittersweet moment…..

very sorry to hear this, Mike.
Nice to hear about the tradition continuing another generation though...that's the good stuff.
Gene363 Offline
#439 Posted:
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Good Black Friday Morning! It's 57° on the way to 59° today.

I am sorry about your grandfather Plow. Pray Pray Pray
Palama Offline
#440 Posted:
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Michael - Prayers for your Grandfather Pray

8trackdisco Offline
#441 Posted:
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England v. USA.... Now!
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#442 Posted:
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8trackdisco wrote:
England v. USA.... Now!

YES!
U.S. is actually playing well to boot.
Pun intended.
Palama Offline
#443 Posted:
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8trackdisco wrote:
England v. USA.... Now!


Playing the Limeys to a draw, so far, is a win, no? Think
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#444 Posted:
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Palama wrote:
Playing the Limeys to a draw, so far, is a win, no? Think


Draw currently.
USA is playing well- England better.
Last couple of minutes it has been USA.

Afraid they'll get bit on the counter.
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#445 Posted:
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My day started out great then went to hell just south of Gainesville, FL. Had a blow out on my trailer. Have to limp 15 miles down the interstate to the nearest truck stop and have it changed. Was planning to stop in Orlando for visit, but that looks in serious doubt now.
MACS Offline
#446 Posted:
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Herroooo...

Hope everyone is enjoying the holiday weekend. I have eaten entirely too much over the last 2 days.
Ram27 Online
#447 Posted:
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Welcome back MAC .

Need danm to check in .
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#448 Posted:
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Abrignac wrote:
My day started out great then went to hell just south of Gainesville, FL. Had a blow out on my trailer. Have to limp 15 miles down the interstate to the nearest truck stop and have it changed. Was planning to stop in Orlando for visit, but that looks in serious doubt now.


Bummer. Always wondered about those alligator tire skins along the roadsides. Must need a serious Jack to get that off of the ground.

What happens when you get a flat in eastern Fumbuck New Mexico? I recall driving from Amarillo to Arizona, and for one stretch, we couldn’t even get a radio station. It just kept scanning. After 45 minutes we had the faintest of am radio signal pushing out Christian talk.
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#449 Posted:
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Oy!
Ram27 Online
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Vey
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