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09-20-2020 01:29 AM
melbrod Oops—Sorry.

I guess the ones on the beach were a bit too…..insectoid, or something…but I did think the one right before those (2:28—3:26) was quite attractive.
09-19-2020 10:33 PM
dobebug
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Originally Posted by melbrod View Post
Random video of the week—Kinetic Sculptures
The first one doesn't do that much for me, but some of the others…….

Oh m'gawd!! I'm going to have nightmares about some of those 'things'--forget the nap, let me find the flashlights.

ABTLH

Mel, you could have warned me!!!!
09-19-2020 10:16 PM
dobebug
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Originally Posted by melbrod View Post
And here I thought Bug had sworn off the hard drugs a long time ago (except the back/sciatica meds, that is )
Yes, well that's pretty much the case, Mel. And the surgeon said if I was in pain I could safely take one or two acetamenephen (I think I blew the spelling here) and then she looked at my records which she had in her hand and said, "Never mind that--you already have enough pain killers to stop a horse..."

And that's the truth--a friend recently gave a timed medicine box. She was prompted to do that after she was here one day when I looked at the clock and said a number of very bad words that would make even Kenny blush because I'd forgotten to take some 2:00pm pills and she noticed because I was limping heavily.

And sadly, I apparently am going to have a black eye from the surgery--it's looks a lot like a couple I've had over the years from Dobe puppies jumping up and whacking me with their hard boney heads.

Tomorrow is the feed the clinic kitties day--I should go take a short nap before my 10:00pm pills and Joey's last trip outside.

Nighty night all--see ya briefly in the morning.

ABTLH
09-19-2020 10:06 PM
dobebug
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Originally Posted by Cressrb View Post
Bug, your post was just getting exciting when you said you had a raid yesterday and then you cut it short - left me hanging.
ROTFLMAO--I had to go back and see what on earth I had written. Well, in the name of consistency I'll tell you that it's raiding tonight too.

You know? I actually edit the stuff I write because while I was always a fast typist I wasn't necessarily an accurate typist. Please everyone--substitute RAIN for RAID.

Obviously I also failed editing 101.

But it's very wonderful to have breathable air again--for the last 1/2 hour of daylight you could see blue sky with only a few puffy clouds.

Carry on one and all--no raids here tonight.

ABTLH
09-19-2020 09:15 PM
StrykersPerson
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Originally Posted by spocksdad View Post
Bait worked!

Just had to mention a few of your hot button issues:

Goats & Upside Down Gate & Neighbors

To avoid, all you had to do was mention early on that you were part of the drywall crew, not just supervising through the window, like you Cuz...

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

Where's B67?

Why don't you put out a bait post to draw him out?

Something like: "International Falls, MN (-55F) and Fairbanks, AK (-66F) beat out Iqaluit, NWT (-50F) for lowest city temperature ever recorded in North America."

https://www.expedia-aarp.com/blog/to...north-america/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iqaluit
Beau promptly addressed my E-mail. So did Lannie!

I called Cuz today but I guess she was in the sack. She didn't answer.

Davy from the Navy? Well, I just don't know what to say. He kind of intimidates me.

09-19-2020 09:07 PM
StrykersPerson
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Originally Posted by melbrod View Post
I remember an oil change place pulling the cabin air filter of my van once—it had birdseed in all of its little crevices.

They were like "I dunno HOW that got in there."

I do.
The places mice can get to in a vehicle.

One screwed up my four wheel drive. Next one screwed up my heater.

Little jerks.
09-19-2020 08:42 PM
spocksdad
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Originally Posted by StrykersPerson View Post
Kiss my grits!

This is my grass, fencing and upside down gate!


Bait worked!

Just had to mention a few of your hot button issues:

Goats & Upside Down Gate & Neighbors

To avoid, all you had to do was mention early on that you were part of the drywall crew, not just supervising through the window, like you Cuz...

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

Where's B67?

Why don't you put out a bait post to draw him out?

Something like: "International Falls, MN (-55F) and Fairbanks, AK (-66F) beat out Iqaluit, NWT (-50F) for lowest city temperature ever recorded in North America."

https://www.expedia-aarp.com/blog/to...north-america/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iqaluit
09-19-2020 07:49 PM
StrykersPerson
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Originally Posted by spocksdad View Post

Always bargaining and finagling to get out of work...
You should be embracing the work, if farm gal & workaholic Lannie is your mentor!







Says the lady who just sued her own neighbors for letting their goats wander through her open, upside down, gate.....


(You're just throwing out these obvious bait posts to keep the CT going, correct?)



One more question- How does one have time to post every few minutes on DT when they're supposed to be helping with an active demo job with SO?

Kiss my grits!

This is my grass, fencing and upside down gate!

09-19-2020 07:20 PM
melbrod Random video of the week—Kinetic Sculptures
The first one doesn't do that much for me, but some of the others…….

09-19-2020 06:42 PM
melbrod
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Originally Posted by StrykersPerson View Post
My old truck Rustine had two mouse/rat issues.

God only knows what is going with it now.

I remember an oil change place pulling the cabin air filter of my van once—it had birdseed in all of its little crevices.

They were like "I dunno HOW that got in there."

I do.
09-19-2020 06:08 PM
StrykersPerson
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Originally Posted by melbrod View Post
The only exciting thing I can remember finding when we replaced the sheetrock behind a cabinet we were removing was a mouse skeleton.
My old truck Rustine had two mouse/rat issues.

God only knows what is going with it now.

Mister did a thorough and fastidious job removing the sheet rock. AND! I worked my A$$ off too!

He's so good. I don't know why he doesn't start his own company.

His boss gives the supervisor title and the company truck to a person that doesn't deserve it.

09-19-2020 05:34 PM
StrykersPerson
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Originally Posted by spocksdad View Post

Always bargaining and finagling to get out of work...
You should be embracing the work, if farm gal & workaholic Lannie is your mentor!







Says the lady who just sued her own neighbors for letting their goats wander through her open, upside down, gate.....


(You're just throwing out these obvious bait posts to keep the CT going, correct?)



One more question- How does one have time to post every few minutes on DT when they're supposed to be helping with an active demo job with SO?
Sure! Whatever you say!

Sheetrock is off and stacked for disposal. Went behind Mister as he was sucking debris into the shop vac and I followed behind with the vacuum cleaner.

Now we are planning to cut a walk through?



So now I have to take another shower?



Sure wish I had Daddio's pool to clean up in.

09-19-2020 04:09 PM
spocksdad
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Originally Posted by melbrod View Post
And here I thought Bug had sworn off the hard drugs a long time ago (except the back meds, that is )

But maybe some medicinal "stuff" to keep the joints limber?

Tommy Chong Gettin' Down on DWS

09-19-2020 04:00 PM
spocksdad
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Originally Posted by StrykersPerson View Post
...Sad part is, I've got to help unload and carry the crap into the house.

...

Always bargaining and finagling to get out of work...
You should be embracing the work, if farm gal & workaholic Lannie is your mentor!




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Originally Posted by StrykersPerson View Post
That sucks! Everyone is "sue happy" and ruins it for everyone else.

There is no such thing as an accident these days.

Tsk, Tsk.

Says the lady who just sued her own neighbors for letting their goats wander through her open, upside down, gate.....


(You're just throwing out these obvious bait posts to keep the CT going, correct?)



One more question- How does one have time to post every few minutes on DT when they're supposed to be helping with an active demo job with SO?
09-19-2020 02:27 PM
melbrod
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Originally Posted by Cressrb View Post
Bug, your post was just getting exciting when you said you had a raid yesterday and then you cut it short - left me hanging.
And here I thought Bug had sworn off the hard drugs a long time ago (except the back/sciatica meds, that is )
09-19-2020 02:26 PM
melbrod The only exciting thing I can remember finding when we replaced the sheetrock behind a cabinet we were removing was a mouse skeleton.
09-19-2020 12:47 PM
StrykersPerson OMG!

Now that Mister is pulling the sheetrock?

OMG.

Previous owners did a crappy job and even a novice like me and see that!
09-19-2020 12:29 PM
Cressrb Bug, your post was just getting exciting when you said you had a raid yesterday and then you cut it short - left me hanging.
09-19-2020 12:29 PM
StrykersPerson So we got the sheetrock hauled into the house.

Mister is gung ho to start ripping to old stuff out.

I am skeered!

What is behind the wall?



It would be neat if there was a sack of money hidden there!

09-19-2020 11:14 AM
StrykersPerson
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Originally Posted by ECIN View Post
For the most part Denny , Denny - No they are not , it's a liability issue for the land owner - years ago - somebody was riding on a land owners ground - that had permission , something happened to a rider and they sued the land owner , that ended letting anybody ride on there round on farm ground
That sucks! Everyone is "sue happy" and ruins it for everyone else.

There is no such thing as an accident these days.

Tsk, Tsk.
09-19-2020 10:57 AM
dobebug
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Originally Posted by LadyDi View Post
GET UP lefties!!!Burning daylight.
No,no--I'm not I've been up since 6:00am--um that's um--something like (is Florida 3 or 4 hours different than PCdst?) Around 9:00 or 10:00 am Florida time. All I know is that it was still dark when I fed the cats and dog.

And now at 9:00am Pacific Coast time--the clouds and smoke (not so much smoke with the raid we got yesterday) are broken up and you can actually see blue sky for the first time in days.

Well that was so exciting that I think I'll go take a short nap.

Later, y'all.

ABTLH
09-19-2020 10:39 AM
ECIN
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Originally Posted by StrykersPerson View Post
Kenny?

Are farmers okay with people horseback riding on a harvested field? I know when the crop is growing it's okay to keep to the outskirts.
For the most part Denny , Denny - No they are not , it's a liability issue for the land owner - years ago - somebody was riding on a land owners ground - that had permission , something happened to a rider and they sued the land owner , that ended letting anybody ride on there round on farm ground
09-19-2020 10:33 AM
StrykersPerson
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Originally Posted by ECIN View Post
Kenny?

Are farmers okay with people horseback riding on a harvested field? I know when the crop is growing it's okay to keep to the outskirts.
09-19-2020 09:46 AM
StrykersPerson
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Originally Posted by LadyDi View Post
Ah-ha....the day is young and you already have scored your first win for the day.
Way to go Cuz!

I try, Cuz.



Sad part is, I've got to help unload and carry the crap into the house.

Mister and I had a disagreement about where things need to be regarding wiring. I called my brother before the disagreement. Bro owns his own company. Surround sound and security stuff. He said try not to splice. Mister wants to splice. That's because he doesn't want to get up in the attic and rewire.

I am going to win this battle too!

Couldn't talk him into getting his arse kicked at a game last night. Guess he's building up a callous.

09-19-2020 09:38 AM
MeadowCat
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Originally Posted by TNfisher View Post
Good morning everyone!

53 degrees here this morning in middle TN with blue skies, it feels soooooooooooooo good. I just dropped Mocha off at the vet, they will do all their tests and do x-rays to see what's going on with her back leg but I already have a sneaking suspicion...I've already been looking at baby gates for the stairs leading from the living room to the lower level, x-pens and trying to figure out the deck stairs problem if it comes to that. Of course I'll have to talk to the vet to get her opinion but I'm thinking of getting some wood and putting down a ramp over the stairs so that Mocha won't have to do stairs. Not sure if she'll be able to go up and down an incline on a ramp...yeah I'm probably getting ahead of myself before even knowing what's wrong but that's me, I worry about my girl and I like to have a plan in place just in case.

Waiting to hear back from the vet...
Oh no! Do you think it's a torn CCL???
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