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07-04-2020 06:27 PM
TNfisher
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Originally Posted by Cressrb View Post
So true, MC. I started eating this way probably long before many of you were born and there were no animal rights activist. And no such thing as health stores. I kinda morphed into it gradually and I eat what makes me feel good and what I like!

Most of you know I feed raw to my animals. I have no philosophy about it and I love just good good food and good good coffee. I hate veggie burgers. They taste like cardboard.

Anyway, just thought I would bring it up since we were talking about food today, and I love the razzing.
4:45 now and I still haven't started supper/dinner. If it were me I would fix a big ice cream float and forget it.
I wouldn't go out looking for one on purpose but if someone put one in front of me I'd try it...but then I'm the type who'll try anything once. Yes, anything. I even tried balut (Google it, if you dare ) once in the Philippines although I will admit I was extremely inebriated at the time on Red Horse beer and kamikazes
07-04-2020 06:07 PM
alan j.
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Originally Posted by Cressrb View Post
So true, MC. I started eating this way probably long before many of you were born and there were no animal rights activist. And no such thing as health stores. I kinda morphed into it gradually and I eat what makes me feel good and what I like!

Most of you know I feed raw to my animals. I have no philosophy about it and I love just good good food and good good coffee. I hate veggie burgers. They taste like cardboard.

Anyway, just thought I would bring it up since we were talking about food today, and I love the razzing.
4:45 now and I still haven't started supper/dinner. If it were me I would fix a big ice cream float and forget it.
I will eat a veggie burger because it is the only thing i found in the fridge...but it takes pickles , cheese , good sauce and toasted bread to get it to go down. I do not feel any better or worse but it is one of those things i never go back for seconds.

Happy Independence Day everyone.
07-04-2020 05:43 PM
Cressrb
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Originally Posted by MeadowCat View Post
Ken, I have no problem with people who want to eat veggie burgers (like the Beyond Burger), provided they do not try to make false claims that they are healthier or better for the environment. Those are simply not true. I have no problem at all with vegetarians or even some vegans, but many make claims about foods and farming practices that are based on false "facts."
So true, MC. I started eating this way probably long before many of you were born and there were no animal rights activist. And no such thing as health stores. I kinda morphed into it gradually and I eat what makes me feel good and what I like!

Most of you know I feed raw to my animals. I have no philosophy about it and I love just good good food and good good coffee. I hate veggie burgers. They taste like cardboard.

Anyway, just thought I would bring it up since we were talking about food today, and I love the razzing.
4:45 now and I still haven't started supper/dinner. If it were me I would fix a big ice cream float and forget it.
07-04-2020 04:28 PM
LadyDi
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Originally Posted by Cressrb View Post
LadyDi, I came clean and told you what we were having. Anyway, in answer to your question, Beyond burger is a nonmeat burger.
I'm really sluggish today. I think I am changing the menu to pasta salad rather than potato salad. I never look forward to peeling those
fresh eggs. Store eggs are so easy to peel.
07-04-2020 04:22 PM
Beaumont67
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Originally Posted by 4x4bike ped View Post
@ Larry:

"CITIZEN Dark Blue Diver Eco-Drive- $185 Retail."

Citizen makes very good watches.

The THE CITIZEN CHRONOMASTER CTQ57-0953 (know simply as "The Citizen" has the most accurate quartz movement ever made. +/- 5 sec/day. It retails for $2000-$3000 depending on the incarnation. You can pick up a nice used one for less than half that.

Fewer and fewer people wear watches these days.

I like watches. My daily go-to is a Revue Thommen Sport 30's. It is a limited addition (1003/4999) mechanical watch. Its movement is NOS from the original 1930's line that the watch is modeled after. I have owned it for 30+ years. My other mechanical wind-ups are a vintage Hamilton in white gold and a 1970's Omega Ultra-Thin in 14k. I have several quartz watches... A Georg Jensen Koppel dual time dress watch... A very early ('70s ) Seiko, also caused the Ultra Thin, given to me by my wife when we got married in 1977. And a nice Kennth Cole Chronograph in the same vein as your new Citizen. Not super expensive, but very accurate, rugged and good looking.

BTW... The Japanese were at the forefront of quartz watch development. Seiko (along with Longines, a Swiss company) introduced quartz movement watches 1967. The Gran Seiko is still a much desired watch with incredible accuracy, for a lot less $$ (and some would say better quality and detail) than many comparable Swiss watches like Rolex.

BTW... My Nancy also likes watches. Her daily go-to is a Rolex men's dress watch.

So all the stuff you never wanted to know about John's watches! LOL

STJ!

Good stuff 4x4 // those mechanical watches are very intriguing in your collection.
- Beau gonna have to goggle some of them, and expand my Timekeeping Brain Power

If I remember, the Swiss did not take the digital watch stuff seriously.
- 1st year of College, had a teacher with a red numbered one...$200 HP if I remember or maybe that was my first calculator (Sears Digi-Matic) ??
- HP from TX also did well, in this new watch market / building on the electronic strength, of their Printer technology
- just like Kodak ignored the Digital camera market / thinking it was just a Fad, and 35mm Film would live on forever

I remember a local guy use to go to estate auctions / and I asked him why, he paid $150 for a junk box of a few watches, with Timken tie clips, etc.
- he laughed and told me the secret / the one prize there, was an Omega mechanical watch
- he had several gold Tie clips, for 25 & 30 years of Timken service / with a diamond or 2
- so Beau paid $70 for the gold Tie & suit Lapel ones...I retired from their, with 30 years of continuous service

And the $400 Vanity & Sink, with Costco Taps...Andrew picked out.
- very nice improvement
- and Larry found his coffee mug, left it there last week

ALSbasement_bathroomVanity by Larry Schiestel, on Flickr
07-04-2020 03:35 PM
ECIN
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Originally Posted by MeadowCat View Post
Ken, I have no problem with people who want to eat veggie burgers (like the Beyond Burger), provided they do not try to make false claims that they are healthier or better for the environment. Those are simply not true. I have no problem at all with vegetarians or even some vegans, but many make claims about foods and farming practices that are based on false "facts."
MC--- I was just joking with Aunt Bonnie - She knows That I farm and it takes corn to feed beef - I personally don't care either - just Could not let that one slide with Bonnie
07-04-2020 03:32 PM
ECIN Aunt Bug = " I think " your 3 hours behind us here - The Indy car race was first - AND - out of know where - we have a pop up shower sitting on top of us - LOL
07-04-2020 03:32 PM
MeadowCat
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Originally Posted by ECIN View Post
Beyond burger is a nonmeat burger ??????????????????????????


I'm So ----- So --- Disappointed with this Aunt Bonnie
Ken, I have no problem with people who want to eat veggie burgers (like the Beyond Burger), provided they do not try to make false claims that they are healthier or better for the environment. Those are simply not true. I have no problem at all with vegetarians or even some vegans, but many make claims about foods and farming practices that are based on false "facts."
07-04-2020 03:10 PM
dobebug
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Originally Posted by ECIN View Post
Aunt Bug ! Indy Cars are on NBC ( I think ) Race starts at 12 -- Indiana time ( what ever that is ) its 11:10 now
I think that means they started at (rats, I can't figure this out--do you add hours to Indiana time or subtract time to get PNR time--is it 3 hours different/

What's on NBC now is Nascar Infinity Seroes (Nascar Non-Stop)

So much for the yard/lawn--I'm going to retire to the bedroom (good tv there) with some sort of food I don't have to chew (much)--potato salad (store bought) but I don't care.

Oooo--fire under Number 19--gotta go...

ABTLH

PS Thanks Kenny...
07-04-2020 02:35 PM
ECIN Beyond burger is a nonmeat burger ??????????????????????????


I'm So ----- So --- Disappointed with this Aunt Bonnie
07-04-2020 02:27 PM
Cressrb LadyDi, I came clean and told you what we were having. Anyway, in answer to your question, Beyond burger is a nonmeat burger.
I'm really sluggish today. I think I am changing the menu to pasta salad rather than potato salad. I never look forward to peeling those
fresh eggs. Store eggs are so easy to peel.
07-04-2020 02:21 PM
ECIN This is what we were doing back in 2001 on the 4th - Rushville IN - we are # 32 - finished second in a photo finish - they had 4 races there that year and we won 3 and 1 second .

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?f...deiWMw&theater
07-04-2020 01:30 PM
4x4bike ped @ Larry:

"CITIZEN Dark Blue Diver Eco-Drive- $185 Retail."

Citizen makes very good watches.

The THE CITIZEN CHRONOMASTER CTQ57-0953 (know simply as "The Citizen" has the most accurate quartz movement ever made. +/- 5 sec/day. It retails for $2000-$3000 depending on the incarnation. You can pick up a nice used one for less than half that.

Fewer and fewer people wear watches these days.

I like watches. My daily go-to is a Revue Thommen Sport 30's. It is a limited addition (1003/4999) mechanical watch. Its movement is NOS from the original 1930's line that the watch is modeled after. I have owned it for 30+ years. My other mechanical wind-ups are a vintage Hamilton in white gold and a 1970's Omega Ultra-Thin in 14k. I have several quartz watches... A Georg Jensen Koppel dual time dress watch... A very early ('70s ) Seiko, also caused the Ultra Thin, given to me by my wife when we got married in 1977. And a nice Kennth Cole Chronograph in the same vein as your new Citizen. Not super expensive, but very accurate, rugged and good looking.

BTW... The Japanese were at the forefront of quartz watch development. Seiko (along with Longines, a Swiss company) introduced quartz movement watches 1967. The Gran Seiko is still a much desired watch with incredible accuracy, for a lot less $$ (and some would say better quality and detail) than many comparable Swiss watches like Rolex.

BTW... My Nancy also likes watches. Her daily go-to is a Rolex men's dress watch.

So all the stuff you never wanted to know about John's watches! LOL

STJ!
07-04-2020 12:05 PM
TNfisher
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Originally Posted by LadyDi View Post
Your welcome!

So how about a pic of you floating in your pool today.
IMO people that own pools certainly must float in the pool on a day like today.
So.....how about it.....POOL PIC !!!!!
Thanks to paparazzi on the ground in San Antonio, I was able to get footage of SD the night he finished his 3-day lighting project.
07-04-2020 11:59 AM
LadyDi
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Originally Posted by melbrod View Post
Too much to comment on here. Let's see, since the last time I was here---

Very nice (gorgeous) lighting job!!
Cute cute cute pupper
Hot Spock Hot sweaty SD
Good eats everyone
Nice closet, basement and planter
Hi, SP, LDi, Bug--glad to know ya'lls worlds are still rocking
Kenny, I always rush to the window when I get up (really) It's just rushing away from the window to start the rest of the day that I'm not too good at.
Glad you're here, Cressrb
I wish Lannie and Moe were

Did I miss anything?

Well good evening Mel.
So far today I have:
Made another movie
Went for a ride on my bike alone! Wanted to go real fast and get a good burn in my legs and azz! Yup did that nice burn.
Return to the house and made lunch (Colby cheese and crackers) grapes. Vodka tonics.
Currently boiling potato’s and eggs so I can get them into the frig. For salad later.
Plans to make tater salad, deviled eggs, corn on the Cobb, hotdogs/on artisan bun, And baked beans. Ice cream (black cherry)for later tonight.
No beer brats at the store.......oh well will make due.
What’s everyone else eating?
Come clean......
07-04-2020 11:49 AM
LadyDi
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Originally Posted by spocksdad View Post
Thanks, LaDi, I was really needing yet another "supervisor" to hand me MORE work to do on a 100F day...
Your welcome!

So how about a pic of you floating in your pool today.
IMO people that own pools certainly must float in the pool on a day like today.
So.....how about it.....POOL PIC !!!!!
07-04-2020 11:46 AM
LadyDi
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Originally Posted by Cressrb View Post
Ok, I decided to read way back on posts that I may have missed. I wanted to find Lannie and try and bring her back to wherever we left her. A lot of posts I missed. Anyway, I found this one from John and had to comment. John, I say that everyday, "Time to move to Idaho or Montana" I am so ready.

Could hardly drag myself out of bed this morning. Good thing I have dogs, as they will not let me off the hook. Thanks to everyone's funny posts, along with a good strong cuppa, had me chuckling and I now feel I can attack the day with some humor.

Daughter is coming over with her two wild Dobermans, ha and my very nice mannerly Doberman (kidding) and I need to start the potato salad. Really, I think I make the best potato salad. Not bragging or anything.... And then to give you all something to kid me about, we will put Beyond Burgers on the grill, with homemade buns. Enjoy the day everyone!
Excuse me but what are “beyond burgers”.
Mel is this another fermented dish? Hope not.
We are having all beef hot dogs!
07-04-2020 11:45 AM
melbrod Too much to comment on here. Let's see, since the last time I was here---

Very nice (gorgeous) lighting job!!
Cute cute cute pupper
Hot Spock Hot sweaty SD
Good eats everyone
Nice closet, basement and planter
Hi, SP, LDi, Bug--glad to know ya'lls worlds are still rocking
Kenny, I always rush to the window when I get up (really) It's just rushing away from the window to start the rest of the day that I'm not too good at.
Glad you're here, Cressrb
I wish Lannie and Moe were

Did I miss anything?
07-04-2020 11:37 AM
spocksdad
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Originally Posted by TNfisher View Post
...Everything looks great, SD. Those lights lining your walkways, I take it they're not your usual solar LEDs? So you had to run wiring along the walkways?

Yep, 12-2, 12VAC landscape wiring in/ under/ around yard front & back. I use (4) lighting transformers w/photo controls. Converted from halogen to LED a few years ago.
07-04-2020 11:28 AM
spocksdad
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Originally Posted by LadyDi View Post
Wow! Looks cluttered in that area all those pallets laying ALL-L-L-L around you know should probably clean that all up today the clutter I mean as it is a national holiday. So good project idea fo you this morning.....NOW get busy and send more PICs as proof that you are not goofing off while sitting on the couch typing to DT like me!!!!! Ba ha ha ha ......

Thanks, LaDi, I was really needing yet another "supervisor" to hand me MORE work to do on a 100F day...
07-04-2020 10:47 AM
Beaumont67
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Originally Posted by ECIN View Post
Trevor is just to cute Larry ! I really like the barn doors ! Seen them on lots of tv shows - just a nice touch and space saver + the cool factor
Thks KEN - Mrs67 calls little T-Man, quite the "charmer"...he is smart like a Dobe, former Amy taught him very well. He is full of character, and so much fun to have around.
- we Love him to death

Beau always says, nice touches & design elements.
- like going over 10% on standard budget / brings a great ROI
- I've always operated this way...add a little design Bling, always pays off in enjoyment factor to

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Originally Posted by ECIN View Post
Sirloin on the grill ! Bake taters in the oven , Foil pack of mushrooms on the grill + I made pasta salad - tri color pasta with 3 colored peppers + onion + peperoni + English cucumber + tomato's - Zesty Italian Dressing !
Sounds terrific Doc / but I think, you could feed us all for lunch.
- that reads like a Party meal, for a C-Hawk crowd here today

------------------------------

For Papa Lunch today....Canada style.
- Pemeal Bacon, lettuce, fresh tomato, mayo...on toasted Italian bread
07-04-2020 10:31 AM
Beaumont67 Carpenter added a cedar Planter Box, for a small Veggie garden.
- starter tomatoes now, lettuce, spring onions / this late in growing season
- the left over wood, from a few years of projects ...cleaned up now

ALScedarVeggiePlanter by Larry Schiestel, on Flickr

But the best part yesterday...
Was when Dad was looking over the few back yard changes / son commented,
- "my cheaper watched / looked like an expensive Swiss TUDOR"
- and that was Beau's whole idea LOL
- "buy the style I like...but not necessarily what I can afford to splurge"

TUDOR Fifty-Eight - $4,350 Retail.

Tudor58_NavyBlue by Larry Schiestel, on Flickr

CITIZEN Dark Blue Diver Eco-Drive- $185 Retail.

CITIZEN_Eco.arrived by Larry Schiestel, on Flickr
07-04-2020 10:30 AM
ECIN Sirloin on the grill ! Bake taters in the oven , Foil pack of mushrooms on the grill + I made pasta salad - tri color pasta with 3 colored peppers + onion + peperoni + English cucumber + tomato's - Zesty Italian Dressing !
07-04-2020 10:17 AM
ECIN Trevor is just to cute Larry ! I really like the barn doors ! Seen them on lots of tv shows - just a nice touch and space saver + the cool factor
07-04-2020 10:13 AM
Cressrb
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Originally Posted by 4x4bike ped View Post
It rained like crazy today here also. Thought about taking McCoy out this evening, but then remembered that the whole city is under an 8pm curfew. No sh!t. We had riots in Portland last night. Typical anarchistic bullcrap. Complete with arson, property destruction, looting. Just a bunch of loser 20 somethings using any excuse to act out violently. In this case, the Minneapolis killing of an unarmed black man.

Time to move to Montana or Idaho.

STJ!
Ok, I decided to read way back on posts that I may have missed. I wanted to find Lannie and try and bring her back to wherever we left her. A lot of posts I missed. Anyway, I found this one from John and had to comment. John, I say that everyday, "Time to move to Idaho or Montana" I am so ready.

Could hardly drag myself out of bed this morning. Good thing I have dogs, as they will not let me off the hook. Thanks to everyone's funny posts, along with a good strong cuppa, had me chuckling and I now feel I can attack the day with some humor.

Daughter is coming over with her two wild Dobermans, ha and my very nice mannerly Doberman (kidding) and I need to start the potato salad. Really, I think I make the best potato salad. Not bragging or anything.... And then to give you all something to kid me about, we will put Beyond Burgers on the grill, with homemade buns. Enjoy the day everyone!
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