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Ma is making me work tonight!

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Well then Cuz.........emotionally.....YOU HAVE NEVER REALLY LIVED...........now get up.....go find Richard and take care of this pronto! Then you will understand............
Then you will understand the importance of this special project.
Who the hell is Richard?

Better not be the newbie Richard in our department.

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I like this pic!

She's so pretty and wasn't she camera shy when we first met? Or, were you just a rookie with a camera?

I liked the bridge, path and camouflaged coat, "made by meadowcat".

Nice pic!

She's always camera shy but I guess I took too long in getting moving; Mocha loves her walks and wants to be on the move, not standing still, posing for pics I can totally understand that.
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All makes all welcomed......we are an equal opportunity production company! All machines are welcomed........even John Dears .........Stryker..........your truck looks like it has bullet holes in the front grill.............have you been picking on the local truckers again ?????
Why? That is the Special, Factory, Plastic Honey Comb grill! It sucks spiffing it up. Gotta to poke every hole. My truck will never be clean again!



The cheap grills bug me on any new vehicle. I will let mine stay until it needs to be replaced. Then, I replace it with an easier one to clean, not a plastic one, either!

God willing, I will get another 10 years out of Guzaline.

And, I think we can do it!

That is how passionate I am about GM products.
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I'm OK--brother has left to go home and I've been restoring the house to normal (moving all my stuff back into my bedroom, washing linens, packing away spare bed, etc....)

Plus I just got a corrected statement from my finance guys so my last year's taxes need to be amended and refiled. So if you hear the sound of cursing in the west wind (for some of you, southeast for others, I guess), it's me.

And, well...car talk and rock music just isn't really my thing (I know; how did I land on the CT?) So I've been skimming along without much to say.

I need a chicken fix.

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I'm OK--brother has left to go home and I've been restoring the house to normal (moving all my stuff back into my bedroom, washing linens, packing away spare bed, etc....)

Plus I just got a corrected statement from my finance guys so my last year's taxes need to be amended and refiled. So if you hear the sound of cursing in the west wind (for some of you, southeast for others, I guess), it's me.

And, well...car talk and rock music just isn't really my thing (I know; how did I land on the CT?) So I've been skimming along without much to say.

I need a chicken fix.

I hear ya MEL - I could never remember titles of songs much, unless I've heard it a lot.
- and with the 1000's of performers, I don't try to train myself to specific names of bands either
- while I like popular music, from the mid 1950's into the 1980's mainly
- I don't collect music and don't down load much either
- was never important enough, when I reHab'ed myself

So sometimes I also feel like a fish out of water // like when a few guys at work, use to talk non-stop on hockey / basket ball / football drafts & trades.
- and know all the names of the raw talent & everything about games played
(you know, boring stuff // but when they want to replace a family vehicle...they seek my opinion)
- so I've never really tried to fit in, on everything ...and that is fine

So do what I do, when the narrative doesn't always fit my preferences.
- change the subject // this is the "de-rail capital" thread on DT, after all

But Beau never gets tired...talking about vehicles, I've spent too many decades studying them....to gain knowledge, and make good choices.
- but unlike you Ma, I'd don't have a good ear for music / but still appreciate, the talent of others, around me
- sometimes, you just gotta wing it // we can't be good, in everything

See how I made myself look venerable, to pick up your spirits... what friends do !!

PS - we haven't heard a nice music video, of your son playing classical lately.
- go dust one off
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Have a safe trip my BHB#1!

Watch out for bears and mountain lions! Yeah, I know you will be packing.

How long do we have to talk about you behind your back?

Love bears, bison, elk, moose, coyotes. Not so much skunk or porcupines.

Never seen a cougar in our neck of these Montana woods. Nor a wolf, except from a long distance.

Lots of raptors... Bald eagles, Golden eagles, Ospreys. Huge Ravens.

TN would have a hay day with his camera!

Be back in about 2 weeks.

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Hope have my wifi up and running. We'll see. We are a bit deep!
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Do you guys know how hard it is ---well I guess you do at least for other things -----to practice piano (even type this message) when a Doberman keeps putting her head under your hand and lifting up?

I suppose it does make it more challenging....too easy if not (ha!)

Seems she is telling me it is time to leave the room!
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Who the hell is Richard?

Better not be the newbie Richard in our department.

Oh geez country girl......does city slicker need to teach you everything.......OK....pay attention:

One of the many alternative names for Richard is Dick...........LMAO
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Oh geez country girl......does city slicker need to teach you everything.......OK....pay attention:

One of the many alternative names for Richard is Dick...........LMAO
Us Kountry girls call them penises!

Speaking of Richards, Mister (Alan) is in Nebraska! I have no one to boss around!



Where is the gear head movie, Cuz?
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Love bears, bison, elk, moose, coyotes. Not so much skunk or porcupines.

Never seen a cougar in our neck of these Montana woods. Nor a wolf, except from a long distance.

Lots of raptors... Bald eagles, Golden eagles, Ospreys. Huge Ravens.

TN would have a hay day with his camera!

Be back in about 2 weeks.

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Hope have my wifi up and running. We'll see. We are a bit deep!
Starting Sunday, you say?

We can start talking about you on Sunday?

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I'm OK--brother has left to go home and I've been restoring the house to normal (moving all my stuff back into my bedroom, washing linens, packing away spare bed, etc....)

Plus I just got a corrected statement from my finance guys so my last year's taxes need to be amended and refiled. So if you hear the sound of cursing in the west wind (for some of you, southeast for others, I guess), it's me.

And, well...car talk and rock music just isn't really my thing (I know; how did I land on the CT?) So I've been skimming along without much to say.

I need a chicken fix.
Did you cook for your brother or did you go out to eat? Did you have to change your sleep schedule?

Nosy minds want to know!

Off to Tractor Supply I go. Chickie babies need food.

Pepper was a bad girl yesterday. She got into the trash and strung it everywhere! Bad girl!
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Here is a teaser !!!!

Get up mother cluckers!!!!
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Got a interesting e mail from my sister yesterday , she Is friends with a DNR Biologist, the state is putting leg bans on loggerhead strikes , they as o f now are more in the Southern part of IN . They are tracking them to see if they come up my way , then my sister brought up our place and now , they want us to keep out a eye for the strikes here , and we maybe adding a nesting box to our big cattle , hay barn for ? Well of course ! Barn owls ! As far as the DNR , they said there is no nesting pain our county , it will take awhile they said , but think we are putting one in , my only concern was the kitties . It will be a big job to make and install it , but well worth it .

How about some meatloaf to start the morning off ? SP . Any favorites you would like to hear ?
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Motor Head Teaser!!!! Doc post some pics .....I need more pics......
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Got a interesting e mail from my sister yesterday , she Is friends with a DNR Biologist, the state is putting leg bans on loggerhead strikes , they as o f now are more in the Southern part of IN . They are tracking them to see if they come up my way , then my sister brought up our place and now , they want us to keep out a eye for the strikes here , and we maybe adding a nesting box to our big cattle , hay barn for ? Well of course ! Barn owls ! As far as the DNR , they said there is no nesting pain our county , it will take awhile they said , but think we are putting one in , my only concern was the kitties . It will be a big job to make and install it , but well worth it .

How about some meatloaf to start the morning off ? SP . Any favorites you would like to hear ?
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Son is in the middle of some Liszt piece...it'll probably take him a bit to "master" it...for those of you who don't know, Liszt pieces are considered among the most difficult piano pieces to play. A lot of them are quite above his abilities, but you've gotta stretch to learn, I suppose. Which means I get to listen to a lot of repeated phrases (Crimson and Clover, Over and Over--or maybe It's a Small World, After All.)

I'm still hooked on Dimash Kudaibergen:

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I thought it was funny when GretchenRed posted about her 14er climb recently. We were up at that altitude too this week, but we drove up. Much easier. I hadn't been up Pikes Peak for a long time; you kinda forget that top of the world experience. It overlooks Colorado Springs; I spent my time trying to pick out landmarks. My house is almost impossible to see. It's sorta behind a little ridge from up there--the area seems hilly when you're down in it, but from the top of PP, it just blends in with the rest.

Pikes Peak with city below:





And now (well, maybe sometime this morning) I'll go tackle taxes. You'll hear my voice floating in the wind, I promise, but it's not likely to be pretty.
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I sent you a purple pic! The owner was walking out of the grocery store and busted me taking pics! Don't forget that pic, Cuz!
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WARNING! The below video has been rated R for drug use and profanity

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....See how I made myself look venerable, to pick up your spirits... what friends do !!
Thanks B67...though I'm thinking you meant vulnerable??

Vulnerable--susceptible to physical or emotional attack or harm.

Or maybe you really did mean, "venerable"....

Venerable--accorded a great deal of respect, especially because of age, wisdom, or character.



Sometimes those spelling "errors" reveal what you truly think of yourself deep, deep inside.



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Do you guys know how hard it is ---well I guess you do at least for other things -----to practice piano (even type this message) when a Doberman keeps putting her head under your hand and lifting up?

I suppose it does make it more challenging....too easy if not (ha!)

Seems she is telling me it is time to leave the room!
I hear ya!

This one was prompted for the video, but she learned it all by herself:
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Chickens watered? Yep! Horse watered? Yep!

Back in my jammies?

Hell yeah!

Anything else that needs to be done, can be done in my jammies! When these jammies get soiled I can find clean jammies to get back in to!

It's freaking hot here!

It was fun playing in the well water!

Next year, I am demanding that Mister level out some ground for my Walmart pool!

Got to put it in the atmosphere, you know.

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My favorite scene from the Cheech and Chong movies.
WARNING! The below video has been rated R for drug use and profanity

Cheech and Chong!

I am going to have to buy a box set of their movies! You know, for when I am snowed in.

I loved the movie where Cheech was in a straight jacket, chained to the wall and scooting his butt on the jail cell floor, because his balls itched!

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Thanks B67...though I'm thinking you meant vulnerable??

Vulnerable--susceptible to physical or emotional attack or harm.

Or maybe you really did mean, "venerable"....

Venerable--accorded a great deal of respect, especially because of age, wisdom, or character.



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He's doing good for an Alien, don't ya think, Ma?

BTW!

I don't like when you go on vacation.

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