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Friday night the 20 acre corn field beside us, was harvested / a few big John Deere's to watch.
- and one large tractor pulling a grain bin, to a tractor trailer...parked across the road
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DROOLING!

I wish I had the need and money for that!!!

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Google CEO to fix burger emoji after heated debate cooks up on Twitter

Google CEO Sundar Pichai said he plans to “drop everything” in the wake of a heated debate about the company’s burger emoji, which currently depicts the cheese underneath the meat patty, and directly on top of the bottom bun.

Pichai was goaded into action by none other than Twitter, which first took note of Google’s unique burger emoji over the weekend, and naturally went berserk:

“The google burger emoji has the cheese on the bottom,” wrote one Twitter user. “It makes no sense.”

“Cheese simply has to be on the burger, no argument. I can't believe anybody would stack it like that emoji,” added another.

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The furor over Google’s burger emoji began bubbling up on Saturday after author and media analyst Thomas Baekdal took to Twitter with a simple observation about Google and Apple’s different takes on the emojis.

“I think we need to have a discussion about how Google's burger emoji is placing the cheese underneath the burger, while Apple puts it on top,” wrote Baekdal along with a photo of each.

In the following days, Baekdal’s tweet had generated over 35,000 likes and was re-tweeted over 17,000 times. More than 1,500 people responded too, arguing where exactly the cheese should go, with many arguing what, if anything, belongs between the bottom bun and burger patty.

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Quite the game last night.....
MEL ^^ Your not kidding !!

Score of 13 to 12, in 10 innings / it was the craziest ball game, I've ever seen...home runs common.
- 2 am bed time, for me last night

LA Dodgers would have won (last night), if a typical MLB player could have laid down a basic bunt, instead of ball straight one hops into the pickers glove and the runner stealing home, was an easy out.
- Toronto Blue Jays piss*d me off to, when no-one practices the bunt
- and fundamental execution of play, fails to advance the runner

A announcer (former Blue Jay catcher) was livid at the overuse (2 innings) of the Dodgers closer (game4).
- the Huston Astro players all see his magic stuff and on game5 and its no longer working, given the fatigue factor
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A famous ball coach once said:
- I don't know what plays we need, to win the World Series
- so we're gonna practice them all
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7th inning last night - LA Dodgers had runners on 1st & 2nd / batter lays down a poor bunt.
- hit and run is on, and Turner is steeling 3rd / but this Bunt is also, straight back to the pitcher
- Huston pitcher scoops up the ball, throws to his 3rd baseman & the run in scoring position it called OUT

^^ Winning the WS, usually comes down to what team makes fewer mistakes.
- just sad when the Little-League Bunt play, is done with such lack of technical skill...at the top professional level
- and teams can't manufacture a run, without relying on the home run swing / that often results in a double play

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I don't know anything about the game you are talking about but, the cheese goes on top of the burger!

So, there!
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I don't know anything about the game you are talking about but, the cheese goes on top of the burger!

So, there!
I agree, burger cheese goes under the top bun.
- cheese on the bottom is suppose to soak up burger grease
- but my burgers are not greasy

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Baseball is a very technical game, I was not a good athletes without the 6 foot body size, but did personally coach our son to the best fundamentals of any player I've ever seen play the game.
- he was scouted by 2 major league scouts (from Atlanta Braves & Detroit Tigers), as one of the top 12 year old pitcher (left handed), in Canada / watched at a tournament in Toronto ... he pitched 4 innings, had 8 strikeouts in that particular game
- measured by speed of his fast ball, could pitch 95% strikes (if asked) & played with adult confidence
- one scout ran an elite player development team of Silver Bat stars in Ontario ... best of the best Juniors
- after watching our son play a complete game, scout said he had more common sense for the game, than any player he had coached
- at the age of 14, a shoulder injury & called it quits
- with a seasonal batting average of 0.542 at the Triple A little league level

^^ Twenty years ago, baseball was ingrained in our family / it was a fun ride.
Mrs. Beau was sons batting coach, 67 set him up with the early catching & throwing skills.

Funny baseball story
- son was 11 or 12 and we visited wife's GF / one of her daughters was dating a jock, that wanted to play catch with our son.
He took the catcher position and Beau said, "your gonna get a ball in the face, maybe this isn't a good idea".
- guy laughed it off / saying "he is only a kid" and squats down without having a mask on
- after a few minutes, he just about caught a ball in the mouth
- his adult glove hand was too slow, to catch the heater ... not so funny anymore
- ball practice concluded quickly, at that party ...

Did you know ?
In Baseball (or English Hardball) overhand pitching is used.
And Softball players use an underhand or windmill pitch.
- the ball being utilized in each sport is of different circumference
- in baseball the ball is smaller, whereas in softball the ball is bigger
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Now they are diagnosing mental illnesses in mountains.

Ok, it’s not funny that the North Korean mountain where they do nuclear testing collapsed killing lots of people. Really.

But quoting the article:
"Some experts also said Mantap [the mountain’s name] was suffering from “tired mountain syndrome” due to the stress on the ground, the Washington Post reported.”

Poor thing...
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Peace, man. Far out.

Flower power--how could I have forgotten?

But you need bell bottom pants--remember those? Or maybe you young guys have only seen pictures instead of the real thing.

Hard to find, I imagine. I don’t think they’re not made anymore.
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Peace, man. Far out.

Flower power--how could I have forgotten?

But you need bell bottom pants--remember those? Or maybe you young guys have only seen pictures instead of the real thing.

Hard to find, I imagine. I don’t think they’re not made anymore.
But I was a hippy! At least they had frayed bottom hems!

And there might be some chicken poop associated with a part of my costume!

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The other one is Princess Terre, my, neighbor a mile away, as a crow flies, and carpool ride, if need be.

She stole my thunder!

It was a crazy, fun, day at work today.

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Peace, man. Far out.

Flower power--how could I have forgotten?

But you need bell bottom pants--remember those? Or maybe you young guys have only seen pictures instead of the real thing.

Hard to find, I imagine. I don’t think they’re not made anymore.
It will be okay, Brod...

We, are all, going to get "there" someday!

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Zero trick or treat'ers last night / rural living & few neighbors.

Beau has some real good old Halloween stories, from my adolescent youth.
- but I will only share a couple, to keep my level of respect here or semi intact

a) in Grade8 us kids raided a vegetable garden, for free tomatoes.
- we found a 10 y/o kid (walking on the sidewalk) and asked him if he wanted to make some money
(we first offered him a dime, but it wasn't enough $$, to buy extra candy...at the general store)
- all the little kid had to do was / hold the door open, at the local beer drinking hotel...for 25 cents
- standing back, we pelted a handful of tomatoes, into the bar area / with the back door held open
- until the young kid caught hit my a misguided tomato, on his jacket
- so he quickly shut the door & ran off with his quarter

b) In Grade9 - 2 tractor shops were located in town.
So 14-15 of us kids, pushed several tractors & equipment on wheels onto the 2 lane main street...blocking traffic.
- took the 1 cop car, 40 minutes to get into our small rural town
- and were standing in front of the restaurant now, like good boys / waiting for the police car, to arrive

I was cell phone chatting with our son last night, & sharing some of these old Halloween stories...>67>
- we didn't have video games (had to make our own fun)...LOL...Beau was a victim, of pier pressure youth
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Played the Halloween equivalent of Scrooge last night.

McCoy is into front door alert in a big way. I have never discouraged this behavior. Trick or Treaters put him over the top. He was however totally confused by all the little critters in costumes who petted him during his evening walk. All in all, he was a very good sport. He has always loved human attention, including kids. I did watch him very carefully, but he was an angel....

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Edit to say: Forgot to mention that I totally blacked out the house and blocked off the 40 some stairs leading up to our front door. Worked like a charm! (Bah Humbug!)
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I wish I had the need and money for that!!!


OH No you don't ! -- Well Maybe the money for one -- But not for the need !!

Trust me !

Still have 70 acres to go - And it's POURING !!!!!!!!!

Been a LONG time since we were still shelling corn in Nov - This is not good - rain threw next Wed. Then it either has to have time to dry - OR Freeze - Which means ??????? Its dam cold out side - things don't go good in cold weather - Damit - I may need to look into a gravy job like car rentals !!!!!!!!!!!!

Well -- It's still pouring ! If I had some dam ole chickens - they would be Ducks by now !

Peace - Love - And Dope - Y'all Be cool - don't be doing no speed or dropping any acid ! lmao -- Oh - the Ole Hippie days - God - them were good times + good Music !

Did see 2 flocks of Sand Hills headed South Bound and Down --- Oh - Oh - That could be a great song - well better get and work on it !

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Trust me !

Still have 70 acres to go - And it's POURING !!!!!!!!!

Been a LONG time since we were still shelling corn in Nov - This is not good - rain threw next Wed. Then it either has to have time to dry - OR Freeze - Which means ??????? Its dam cold out side - things don't go good in cold weather - Damit - I may need to look into a gravy job like car rentals !!!!!!!!!!!!

Well -- It's still pouring ! If I had some dam ole chickens - they would be Ducks by now !

Peace - Love - And Dope - Y'all Be cool - don't be doing no speed or dropping any acid ! lmao -- Oh - the Ole Hippie days - God - them were good times + good Music !

Did see 2 flocks of Sand Hills headed South Bound and Down --- Oh - Oh - That could be a great song - well better get and work on it !

Will catch you on the flip side 10-4
Just to clarify, I sell cars and products. I don't rent cars.

And, it's getting slim to none this time of year. Yikes!

What happened to all the money I had when I bought this place?

Cashier at a Tractor Supply or something like that, as a second job, is sounding rather appealing these days.

Stupid weather. I pray you get proper weather to give you a proper harvest. I was always sick to my stomach when the weather was jeopardizing my hay prices for a couple summers.
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Played the Halloween equivalent of Scrooge last night.

McCoy is into front door alert in a big way. I have never discouraged this behavior. Trick or Treaters put him over the top. He was however totally confused by all the little critters in costumes who petted him during his evening walk. All in all, he was a very good sport. He has always loved human attention, including kids. I did watch him very carefully, but he was an angel....

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Edit to say: Forgot to mention that I totally blacked out the house and blocked off the 40 some stairs leading up to our front door. Worked like a charm! (Bah Humbug!)



That's was an awesome trick or treat barricade! I just slammed my gate and chained it, loudly. No Trick or Treater's came to my house, either. But, come to think of it, that's normal routine for me! LOL
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Only had two girls--both looked to be about 15, but they got candy anyway. And I live in a suburb...but I think all the kids in the neighborhood grew up--we had a lot more when my kids were little.

If deer liked candy, we’d be swamped. My back yard looks like a overcrowded cow pasture.....many many signs of deer presence each night. I’ve been picking up because I’m expecting construction guys to work on new deck alongside the back yard. And counting--at least 8 piles which look like oversized dogs had visited, in addition to a lot of more typical smaller areas--every night.
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