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What fun!

STJ!
You know this 4x4, as well as anyone...
- its never work, involved with our adult kids // truly much FUN, it is

Andrew put this job, on his Top10 "to-do" list...few years ago / Papa was excited.
- learning trades, and manual dexterity skills / he wanted to take on
- I say, together we are killing it
- maybe slow progress @ times...best part, Dads time is Free
- but the quality in condo projects & unique design elements...quite remarkable
- for a newbie, a ton of hands on learning // very rewarding experience, for son
A LIFE Lesson !!

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It has been a long time since i have had a lazy Sunday , woke up , had a little breakfast and crashed again till 3:00 pm , and have no guilt.
I was up late last night setting up a new fish tank. A 200g. with lots of plumbing. This morning found no leaks. nIt will take about 10 more days to complete the set up and to transfer the crew over. I think they will be very happy i know i am!
We've got to see a pic of the tank, done or not! What kind of crew do you have?

I had a friend that had ciclids. They were colorful. Pretty much every time I was over at his house he was cleaning the tank and re-arranging their habitat.

I had a 70 gallon tank. Housed two aquatic turtles and a crawdad.
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Cuz.....what does this mean....is rooster stalking our chicks........do tell........need to know as I am ordering chickens real soon......coming from New Zealand......best chicks in the world.......they are all purple and white spotted chickens...extremely rare. Probably gonna be much better than your chicks.....but I understand your desire to improve your chicks in every way. Mine have better poop shoots so no need to play Mama poop scooper detail with my city chicks. Anyway what else is happening.....
Nothing to tell, really. He was still hanging around when Mister figured it out, about an hour later. Mister shot him with a pellet gun three times. Didn't faze the rooster. That rooster was the biggest rooster I have ever seen.

I don't think he belongs to my bad neighbors.

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Morning all......yes very relaxing Sunday....lots of rain here......last night also.
Gusty winds last night..........plants are happy........
Saw the first tents going up yesterday in preparation of selling fireworks........glad to see the rain...
Thanks for all the PIC’s Beau........JJ’s looking pretty good.......he's on our radar !!!!!!JJ is becoming more accustomed to the camera .....baby bear looking good also....he is really gonna be is a good place by the end of the summer...........his home is really coming together........probably room for lots of company............I love to travel.......
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Alan.....I am concerned about Jack...........he just over over the recent bucket event.
Please provide updates on his new digs.
Always something.......

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I wish I had not made a smart remark about weather people yesterday - Dang did it rain last night ! It was one of them FLA type rains ! Just sat here - raining straight down and not moving any - NW Shelby was under flood warning , dang it poured -

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Thanks for all the PIC’s Beau........JJ’s looking pretty good.......he's on our radar !!!!!!JJ is becoming more accustomed to the camera .....baby bear looking good also....he is really gonna be is a good place by the end of the summer...........his home is really coming together........probably room for lots of company............I love to travel.......
LDi - did you notice SP ignoring last nights PapaBear project update, with the sweaty men?
- even showing a little skin in photo, she was fully in "mother mode" pre-occupied with
her baby chicks

Yep - JJ takes a good picture to // another hottie, I tell him his playful smile..."is a lure
to the ladies
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- he like Papa jokes, and I get a big smile/laugh out of him

End of July Announcement - JJ's father is from Jamaica, a big dude that was a professional boxes, in youth.
- his father gets about 100 family & friends together, for a "pig roast" party
- Andrew & Dad, is invited by JJ...it will be a blast // lot of tradesman there
- he said, Andrew & Larry will be a big hit there...as we know how to mingle & party on

Plus JJ wants Larry to share one of the 1st jokes, I played on him...that day.
- Beau told him..."I also speak Jamaican" and followed up with "YEA-MON"
- I had him pissing himself laughing with my German accent, turned into my butchered Jamaican slant // JJ had me repeat it, many times...so funny !!

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[QUOTE=Beaumont67;4074847]LDi - did you notice SP ignoring last nights PapaBear project update, with the sweaty men?
- even showing a little skin in photo, she was fully in "mother mode" pre-occupied with
her baby chicks

Yep - JJ takes a good picture to // another hottie, I tell him his playful smile..."is a lure
to the ladies
".
- he like Papa jokes, and I get a big smile/laugh out of him



Oh yeah.....Baby Bear on his hands on knees with alot of supervision .....
SP is way to busy now to be a part of this fun......
But me.......still got them on my radar.........hope the poor boy had his knee pads on..........those knees have to last a long long time.....
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Oh yeah.....Baby Bear on his hands on knees with alot of supervision .....
SP is way to busy now to be a part of this fun......
But me.......still got them on my radar.........hope the poor boy had his knee pads on..........those knees have to last a long long time.....

Papa speechless, and I like the way you think LDi...
- but real men, don't wear knee pads
- always finding the most positive, in a Hard days work
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Yeah...his place is coming along real nice .....AND......you are getting to have so much fun in the process.
Win ...win ............Papa Bear ............
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Yeah...his place is coming along real nice .....AND......you are getting to have so much fun in the process.
Win ...win ............Papa Bear ............
Thks LDi - Dad is having a blast, very fun & rewarding...for me to see Andrew, figure this stuff out.
- now he looks at hiring a trades person and the quote process...being skeptical
- given most jobs, never spec'ed right

I finally convinced Andrew, pay by the Hour for skilled Labor.
- we buy the material & use RubyRed for pickup & delivery
- costs are always under control
- no up front costs...like 25 or 50% cash deposit
- if new trades-person is more BS than Skill...project day1 or 2 will prove it, so only out a small sum of $$

On cedar Deck, BabyBear originally had 2 written quotes....for deck.
- #1 Quote @ $7,500 ...and contractor changed my specs...eliminating structural Sono tubes
- #2 Quote @ $7,350 ...Hecktor was a joke, his English got bad, when pressed for details Said he'd use Sono Tubes...but really couldn't explain them

^^ Both so called professionals, one built $30/hour into estimate...but 3 weeks, on a 40 hour job....triple Hours, on job - a way to "FUDGE" $90/hour vs. $30 per.

Papa understands all the games played, by some or many - so son finally understands, this stuff now.
- Andrew was responsible, for getting the "electrician" and he did a great job (a month ago)
- and price was more than fair, so Andrew has Learned a Ton...to avoid a disaster in price & quality...on Reno projects
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We've got to see a pic of the tank, done or not! What kind of crew do you have?

I had a friend that had ciclids. They were colorful. Pretty much every time I was over at his house he was cleaning the tank and re-arranging their habitat.

I had a 70 gallon tank. Housed two aquatic turtles and a crawdad.

This is a pic of it roughed in! The room it sits is a octagonal structure that is windows and doors on all sides. I removed one door and set the tank in that spot. It will need much wood and trim work and some staining to finish.

I keep Cichlids , as freshwater goes i think they have the most personality. I have had the same crew for about 3yrs , they all pretty much hate each other but as long as everyone has their spot they are safe except for Big Jack who is always looking to murder someone.
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Morning all......yes very relaxing Sunday....lots of rain here......last night also.
Gusty winds last night..........plants are happy........
Saw the first tents going up yesterday in preparation of selling fireworks........glad to see the rain...
...........I love to travel.......
The rain is much appreciated now. We finally got a few serious soakers last weekend and everything is really starting to grow. I go through phases of feeling foolish working in the yard so i do the bare minimum of not having a jungle...i am in that phase currently. If i could convince My Love to allow me to bring another woman in she would have to be skilled at landscape management...is that asking too much?
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And Beau didn't know...

THOSE AMAZING Ladies:
Don't gamble with Ma, heard this "play master" carries an Ace or 2 (up her sleeve).
- LDi has one in her bra (Papa not surprised) // & SP has one in her blue jean pocket
- and BUG has been banded from casinos, just too good @ card counting
- so many card cheaters, amount us
...but not the boys

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THOSE AMAZING ACES
January 1, 2019

It’s the first card in the deck – and the last. It’s also a term synonymous with what is highest, top-ranking or best – like an unbeatable tennis player or a winning golf swing. But before these terms were in play, the ace enjoyed a long and storied history, leading into the common usage we see today.

SIMPLE ORIGINS
The word ‘ace’ comes from the Latin or Old French word ‘as’, meaning ‘a single unit’. It was used commonly in the Roman Empire, as the name for a small coin that weighed about 11 grams, and later in many popular games throughout Europe, where it represented the lowest score or value possible. Rolling an “ace” or a one had such a negative perception in Medieval England, that it was believed to bring bad luck to those who did. Clearly, randomness was not a well-known concept in the Dark Ages.

This perception changed following the French Revolution, after which the Ace was promoted to the highest card in the deck–11–a symbolic nod to the overthrow of France’s nobility and rise of the commoner.

DUTY CALLS
In the 17th century, French and English rulers started taxing decks of playing cards to help finance ongoing wars. Since Aces had the largest blank space, tax officials often used them to print duty tax stamps – usually on the Ace of Spades, since it was the first card in a new deck. In an effort to prevent tax fraud, officials started printing their own Ace of Spades in 1765. Forging an Ace of Spades then became a capital offense resulting in death! There are many historic accounts of people being hanged for this ‘crime’ in 18th and early 19th century England, leading many to associate the Ace of Spades with death.

Eventually the tax was put to rest, but the legacy of marking or decorating the Ace of Spades lived on, with various manufacturers creating their own unique designs.

DESIGN WARS
The Ace of Spades’ elaborate design was so important, that it became the subject of design patents and trademarking. In 1882, George G. White was granted a US design patent for his “Ace of Spades” design, featuring male and female figures leaning onto the spade from either side.

DEAD MAN’S HAND
In 1876, the Wild West’s folk hero, lawman and gunfighter, Wild Bill Hickock was shot while holding a ‘two-pair’ of black Aces and eights. As one of the best-known poker players at that time, Hickok’s final hand held strong significance, known forever after as the ‘Dead Man’s Hand.’ In 1979, Hickok was posthumously inducted into the Poker Hall of Fame.

PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE
During the Vietnam War, two United States lieutenants obtained custom card decks that consisted of only Ace of Spades for all 52 cards. They were used as part of a psychological warfare tactic against the superstitious Viet Cong, who believed the Ace of Spades forewarned of death. Thousands of the dreaded black card were dispersed throughout the jungles, causing the enemy to flee in fear.

THE ACE LIVES ON
The ace, as it’s been known throughout history has inspired and affected countless card games, movies, books and more. It’s no wonder this famous card has become such a common feature of our language–like in these three popular phrases:

An ace up one’s sleeve – a resource or advantage kept hidden until needed
To ace it – to accomplish something with complete success
To hold all the aces – to enjoy a favorable position
Now that you’re up to speed on the history of the Ace, learn how it’s played in Blackjack or Texas Hold’em Poker.

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Round two of botox for migraine today....yay?!?!

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Good luck with the Botox MC - So In your opinion ?? What do you think ? helps ? I sure hope so !

Seminar ? SO are you and Sypha putting it on ? Or like a class in nose work ?
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Good luck with the Botox MC - So In your opinion ?? What do you think ? helps ? I sure hope so !

Seminar ? SO are you and Sypha putting it on ? Or like a class in nose work ?
It's helping...we'll see if the second round helps more than the first (I'm hoping so).

We're attending a seminar - it's a half-day intensive class with an instructor who is coming in from out of state. We'll be focusing on a particular topic - exciting!


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Morning all......yes very relaxing Sunday....lots of rain here......last night also.
Gusty winds last night..........plants are happy........
Saw the first tents going up yesterday in preparation of selling fireworks........glad to see the rain...
Thanks for all the PIC’s Beau........JJ’s looking pretty good.......he's on our radar !!!!!!JJ is becoming more accustomed to the camera .....baby bear looking good also....he is really gonna be is a good place by the end of the summer...........his home is really coming together........probably room for lots of company............I love to travel.......
He doesn't have a pool and I don't have a passport, so I'm headed to San Antone!

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This is a pic of it roughed in! The room it sits is a octagonal structure that is windows and doors on all sides. I removed one door and set the tank in that spot. It will need much wood and trim work and some staining to finish.

I keep Cichlids , as freshwater goes i think they have the most personality. I have had the same crew for about 3yrs , they all pretty much hate each other but as long as everyone has their spot they are safe except for Big Jack who is always looking to murder someone.
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Yep! That's how it went down with my friend's Cichlids!

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The rain is much appreciated now. We finally got a few serious soakers last weekend and everything is really starting to grow. I go through phases of feeling foolish working in the yard so i do the bare minimum of not having a jungle...i am in that phase currently. If i could convince My Love to allow me to bring another woman in she would have to be skilled at landscape management...is that asking too much?
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