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Wimp.

It’s 8 degrees F here.
And it’s predicted that we’ll go down to 6 or lower tonight.

But it looks like we’ll be in mid-40’s and slightly above--same as you guys will be--for a few days, and then you drop down next weekend-ish and we stay close to upper 40’s...so I guess we’re sending a mild version of our cold your way.

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"It’s 8 degrees F here."

But, it's a "dry" It’s 8 degrees F there!

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Boy - A lot of catching up here to do - lol

1. SP -- Do YOU have in door plumbing?

2. SP ---- You talk about your Mister - then House mate ? WT? here - sounds like 3's Company to me !

3. DB - Your kidding - you didn't know that the best Farm Machinery is RED ? AND You sent time in South Dakota ? On my - I have my work cut out on this site !

4. DB - I am posting up my most favorite You Tube Video --- Just for YOU ! It's about 10 minutes - the Music with it is great - from Apollo 13 ! It may seem to start out slow - but picks up pretty good - The sound of the service trucks turbo sunking air it great ! The yellow Strobes - flashing on the combines is to tell the cart driver they are getting full ! There is also a part In there were they are cutting in SD in a field 3 miles long and 1 mile wide ! 2300 acres !! The end is just out standing to us farm boys . https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tRHNGMRxuEw

Dang - forgot the rest of the questions - lol

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No hanky-panky going on here. Pftttt. And, if something like that should occur, guess I will have to go get me a new mister.

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Boy - It turned of a little cool here ! -1 with wind chill at -13 ! I may have to switch out my flip flops for some shoe's !

SP--- A bowler huh ? My dad went to Tulsa once to bowl too - I bowled too - But only went to a couple of big time tournaments - one in Cincinnati - Bowled individual and on a 2 man team with dad - Can't remember now - where we finished but it was up there - we were in the money

Must be something with the stars lining up and chili ! Everybody is fixing some - we also made a big crock yesterday - btw - It's a lot better than that stuff from OK !

BTW- Mel - IS it OK to pick on SP now that Christmas is over ??

Thinking about moving to Erie ! Only 63 inchs of the white fluffy S---t !

Is it me ? But the older I get -- The more I hate winter !

B-I-L lives in Naples !- It was ONLY 81 there yesterday ! He said He could get me a job down there at the golf course ! Heck - Ken can drive a mower all day - that's about all I got done here this past year with all the rain we had -

Don't know if I have told you all - But I'm done with winter already ! I hate it and the poor Dobie's don't even want to go out !- I need to get with Meadowkitty and have some new - custom made - sweaters for the 2 kids - Maybe one for son that's IH Red with IH logo and one for the daughter in JD green - also with JD logo !

Well - better go fix another cup of coffee !

Latter !
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SP - Chill girl -- 3's company was a TV show - that was funny ! They did not do hanky - panky - as you said - lol That was what I was referring to - lol
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.............Don't know if I have told you all - But I'm done with winter already ! I hate it and the poor Dobie's don't even want to go out !- I need to get with Meadowkitty and have some new - custom made - sweaters for the 2 kids - Maybe one for son that's IH Red with IH logo and one for the daughter in JD green - also with JD logo !

Well - better go fix another cup of coffee !

Latter !
Kelly is funny when its time to go outside, and brave the cold snow.
- she stands at the front door with dad, while I get my coat & ball cap on
- I open the door, and the freezing cold, is entering the warm house
- she get stubborn, and just stands there...much like an SP girl......would
- Dad has to position his body behind Kel and give her rear end a push, with my legs / towards the doorway
- once outside, she tolerates the cold pretty good...a tough little nut
- a quick potty in the snow, and heads back inside the house
- and crawls up on the end of the leather sectional, and snuggles warmly into her blanket & pillow

PS - I have to snow-blow a dog path on the front lawn.
Dobermans don't like to do their business, if the snow is too deep.
- even sons little Trevor, likes a little dog-path, pre-made in the snow

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LOL 6-7 - I had to do the same thing with big girl this morning - I had the door open - cold air hit's her and she starts backing up - Finally got her out - Now Son - That's a different story - he has got to where I have to go with him ! And when he do's # 2 - he is off to the races ! He come's in and around the table - down the hall way - back around the table - everybody ---- Get out of the way !!!!!!!!!!! Then he lays down --- I guess he's ?????????????????????????????????????????????????? ?????????????????????????????????????????????????? ????????????

Pooped out - lmao
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Mrs Beau & son both call 6:00 pm meal...lunch time.
- they can't figure out why Lunch to me is 12:00 noon ??

Maybe its a farmers thing, growing up / the 3 meals were only called:
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- lunch &/or dinner
- supper
The word "Dinner" was never used, for last meal of the day...B67 finds it difficult, to teach 'em all...
Maybe--but maybe it's a Midwest thing (farmer or not)--you can't teach em' cause you don't have it right.

My mother and grandmother called it breakfast (the first meal in the morning--for me for many years that's the one at 5:30)lunch (yeah, the one at noon) and dinner (in South Dakota with my grandma that one was a 6:00pm) and South Dakota don't have no stinkin' suppers.

My mother told me that my greatgrandmother (the French one) called the last meal of the day something in French--I don't remember her and don't remember what the French word was--where's STJ when you need him--hey KTMAJ--what's the French word for dinner?
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I like turkey leftovers as well!

I would love to have your turkey noodle casserole, although I would change it to turkey and those Reyes frozen noodles, stew.
It's not very exciting but here you are.

Cook noodles (I use the wide egg noodles) in the turkey broth (made by cooking the stripped carcass. Drain and dump into a large bowl with a chunk butter (so the noodles don't stick together). Reserve the remains of the turkey broth.

While the noodles cook, dice one medium onion and two or three celery stalks and sauté in butter until soft. I start cheating at this point and use a can of either cream of mushroom or cream of celery soup added to the celery and onions and a cup (approximately) of the turkey broth. Add the turkey meat (chopped, one to three cups--depends on how much I had). Heat until smooth and pour over the noodles. If I have some fresh mushrooms around I chop some coarsely and add those and a little bit of pepper and some poultry seasoning and mix well.

Dump all that into a covered casserole dish and bake for 25 to 35 minutes at 350 degrees. After it has cooked long enough to be hot, I add frozen peas--mix them in well (how much? I don't know; I like peas so I use maybe 3/4 or 1 cup) and about 1/2 cup of sour cream--also mixed in well. Then I stick the casserole back in the oven with the lid off long enough heat up again.

I hate what long cooking and heat does to peas--so I add them at the end and they are still green and not just slimy little blobs. And I taste it for salt content--the purists (my mother in this case) insist that you should top this with buttered bread crumbs but I don't--'cause I'm going to dump a bunch of Parmesan cheese on it when it's on my plate.

The original recipe, I'm pretty sure came off the back of a Campbell soup can that contained cream of mushroom soup. Modified many times starting with my grandmother.

It'll never win any prizes but it's good on cold nights and reasonably quick and easy.
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"It’s 8 degrees F here."

But, it's a "dry" It’s 8 degrees F there!

Well, everyone east of STJ and me (both of us in Portland, Oregon) is a lot colder but it's a "dry" cold and even at 29 degrees it means that every time I touch one of the cats we both get a shock--the little black semi-feral girl who is slightly longer haired than short hair goes around with her hair standing out---she looks electrified and doesn't want me to touch her because of the static electricity. The two boys never figure it out (and I never remember) so we get lots of shocks.

I never did understand why the cats and I also produced lots of static shock if it was cold enough but none of the dogs ever did.

And it's colder than I want it to be...
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Without a doubt! I will OWN the title WIMP!
SP--I will gladly share it with you! I am fully a WIMP these days.

Neither cold nor heat used to bother me much--but my comfort range has dwindled so that it is very narrow--maybe 73 to 75 degrees.
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It's not very exciting but here you are.

Cook noodles (I use the wide egg noodles) in the turkey broth (made by cooking the stripped carcass. Drain and dump into a large bowl with a chunk butter (so the noodles don't stick together). Reserve the remains of the turkey broth.

While the noodles cook, dice one medium onion and two or three celery stalks and sauté in butter until soft. I start cheating at this point and use a can of either cream of mushroom or cream of celery soup added to the celery and onions and a cup (approximately) of the turkey broth. Add the turkey meat (chopped, one to three cups--depends on how much I had). Heat until smooth and pour over the noodles. If I have some fresh mushrooms around I chop some coarsely and add those and a little bit of pepper and some poultry seasoning and mix well.

Dump all that into a covered casserole dish and bake for 25 to 35 minutes at 350 degrees. After it has cooked long enough to be hot, I add frozen peas--mix them in well (how much? I don't know; I like peas so I use maybe 3/4 or 1 cup) and about 1/2 cup of sour cream--also mixed in well. Then I stick the casserole back in the oven with the lid off long enough heat up again.

I hate what long cooking and heat does to peas--so I add them at the end and they are still green and not just slimy little blobs. And I taste it for salt content--the purists (my mother in this case) insist that you should top this with buttered bread crumbs but I don't--'cause I'm going to dump a bunch of Parmesan cheese on it when it's on my plate.

The original recipe, I'm pretty sure came off the back of a Campbell soup can that contained cream of mushroom soup. Modified many times starting with my grandmother.

It'll never win any prizes but it's good on cold nights and reasonably quick and easy.
Thks BUG - we love old recipes / just C&P and sent to Mrs. Beau email...to print off.
- looks really good, B67 will have some soon
- that's how we work as a Team here......appreciate the time you took, to document the goodness
- Beau is the Sous chef, I love to chop items...very neatly
Mrs. told me - Sous is French and means "something with"...now I know.

PS - I remember the recipes on Soup cans to.
- my Aunt worked at a Campbell Soup factory, in the 1960's
- she would never buy a can / saw too many dudes, spit in the vats...:...walking by the line

Mrs. insert peas, also at the end of a recipe / my mothers corn & peas, was always over cooked mush...
- looking back, think she did it on purpose, so we didn't learn to expect much
- my Granny was a terrific cook, and she loved us twin boys dearly
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maybe--but maybe it's a midwest thing (farmer or not)--you can't teach em' cause you don't have it right.

My mother and grandmother called it breakfast (the first meal in the morning--for me for many years that's the one at 5:30)lunch (yeah, the one at noon) and dinner (in south dakota with my grandma that one was a 6:00pm) and south dakota don't have no stinkin' suppers.

My mother told me that my greatgrandmother (the french one) called the last meal of the day something in french--i don't remember her and don't remember what the french word was--where's stj when you need him--hey ktmaj--what's the french word for dinner?

it's supper -- supper -- supper !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Lmao

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...I never did understand why the cats and I also produced lots of static shock if it was cold enough but none of the dogs ever did....
DB: I would assume it would because dogs are always busy sniffing other butts and just about everything else, grounding out any potential charge buildup?

But this is not always the case! vvvv
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Poor McCoy...

Broke a nail right near the end of his toe last night running in the ice and snow. I thought about simply cutting it off or pulling it, but decided to wait through the night. I took him on a 3 mile walk tis morning with no problem. Took him to his vet. They thought it best to remove the nail. Well... All fixed, but the poor guy has a bandaged foot and still recovering from the anesthesia. The good news is that while he was under, they trimmed his nails and cleaned his teeth. He also got all of his vaccinations that he was scheduled to receive next week.

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DB: I would assume it would because dogs are always busy sniffing other butts and just about everything else, grounding out any potential charge buildup?

But this is not always the case! vvvv
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supper !
Dinner=Lunch (the midday meal). Supper is the evening meal.

Kenny? What are we going to do with Bug?

I'm feeling the need to play the rodeo song...

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Thks BUG - we love old recipes / just C&P and sent to Mrs. Beau email...to print off.
- looks really good, B67 will have some soon
- that's how we work as a Team here......appreciate the time you took, to document the goodness
- Beau is the Sous chef, I love to chop items...very neatly
Mrs. told me - Sous is French and means "something with"...now I know.

PS - I remember the recipes on Soup cans to.
- my Aunt worked at a Campbell Soup factory, in the 1960's
- she would never buy a can / saw too many dudes, spit in the vats...:...walking by the line

Mrs. insert peas, also at the end of a recipe / my mothers corn & peas, was always over cooked mush...
- looking back, think she did it on purpose, so we didn't learn to expect much
- my Granny was a terrific cook, and she loved us twin boys dearly
Now you are talking, Beau! I've heard stories about frozen food factories from the culprits' lips. Also, heard stories about meat products going to certain big chain fast food restaurants, from truckers. Doesn't mean I believed the truckers, necessarily. We should all know truckers tell good stories! Not so sure about the juvenile frozen pizza factory workers I have run across. I prefer to get my own products and slice and dice myself.

And, everyone better stay out of my kitchen while I am in the process!
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..........Funny story, probably only to me, but when I got near my favorite gas station near work this morning, I looked at my gas gauge. I had a half tank. Thought to my self, "It will be colder after work. Just top it off now. Spent less time in the cold filling up. I hope I have it in me to keep this habit up!

Back in the 1970's we had a few snow storms, that shut ever thing down for a few days.
- I was in grade 8 and 3 cars couldn't make the travel, past our farm
- one night we had 5 strangers, spend the night in our house...their cars stranded, in snow bank
- on TV was game 7 of the Stanley Cup finals
- I bet one guy $2 the Toronto Maple Leafs would win / he took Montreal Canadians
- Twin67 & Beau got our fishing poles out, and one guy showed us how to tie a leader
- cards being played at the kitchen table, & booze flowing

When one grows up in harsh winter conditions, a full gas tank is essential.
- plus keeps water condensation from forming, in the fuel tank

Wakie-Wakie - my B-Atch friends...

Back in the mid 1970's we were headed back to College, driving in a blizzard.
- cop stopping cars with a flash light
- I let on I never saw him, and drove right past the police man...never making eye contact
- got to the next town & hwy. impassible
- but it had a Legion, beer & a pool table...so we hankered out there, for several hours
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Dinner=Lunch (the midday meal). Supper is the evening meal.

Kenny? What are we going to do with Bug?

I'm feeling the need to play the rodeo song...

I have gave this GREAT thought SP - And to be truthful - I have NO idea as to what to do with her !- I hate to simply give up - as that's not in my vocabulary - But she is pushing my outer limits

1. Did not know about Red Equipment

2. Supper - Dinner ???? -

3. Has NO DSL to watch U Tube ????? Here -- my closest neighbor is a 100 miles away - Yet - I have DSL ??

4. Take a deep breath here Ken -

5. I think - You have the right idea here - --- play the rodeo song
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I have it on the greatest authority (my MOM) that Dinner is the correct term for the main meal of the day. Which is, OF COURSE, always in the evening. Except maybe on Sundays (and holidays).


From Dictionary.com
"The word dinner comes from the Vulgar Latin word disjējūnāre”. If you can pronounce that one, you are officially elite.


Also from Dictionary.com:
“The word dinner does not necessarily imply the time of day..it always refers to the main meal of the day....

Supper, on the other hand, is associated with the evening....

....In 1828, Noah Webster wrote that “The dinner of fashionable people would be the supper of rustics,” reflecting the prominence of dinner as the term for a midday meal in some rural parts of the country.

More recent data from Google Ngram suggest that use of the word supper has been declining since the beginning of the 1900s, while the use of lunch has been increasing. Dinner holds the top spot on the lexical food chain as the most widely used term of the three....”

Dictionary.com

Seems you “supper” guys are in your declining years.
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Seems you “supper” guys are in your declining years

So - If I'm picking up what your putting down is ---- That we are ? Over the hill ? Declining ? One of the chosen few - that's left for the OLD days ?

That hurt's Mel !
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"I have it on the greatest authority (my MOM) that Dinner is the correct term for the main meal of the day."

Oh.... I don't know. In central (colonial) Mexico, where my parents lived a good portion of the year, the main meal of the day is mid-afternoon. It is referred to as "Comida" (meal or food).

Go to a restaurant during the evening, and you will be the only patron.

STJ!
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Our golden years. Gold = wealthy. Wealthy in years.

Wealthy? That’s rich. (haha, pun )
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