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I have seen them do that trick in the corn stalks after we shelled , but sadly , they didnít fool mr. Red Tail
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Some things are just surreal....

"Strong winds in Colorado send dozens of mattresses flying across field, video shows"

https://www.foxnews.com/us/colorado-...-flying-denver

Watching the video is well worth it, IMHO
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Some things are just surreal....

"Strong winds in Colorado send dozens of mattresses flying across field, video shows"

https://www.foxnews.com/us/colorado-...-flying-denver

Watching the video is well worth it, IMHO
Lmao ! Question time , so why were they laying outside like that ?
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The article says they were set up for a "Movie Night under the Stars". I gather it's like those summer evening concerts in the park, only there is a movie instead of an orchestra or band. Bring your kids, blankets, pillows, food is made available...I guess this one provided air mattresses??

I've been to a number of summer symphonies--our favorite is usually paired with fireworks on the 4th--but we always brought our own chairs. I've never heard of a community sponsored movie night before.
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Has a very Monet vibe to it!
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Rain, sweet rain!!! We're getting hammered right now, a little while ago my neighbor's basketball hoop got blown over, so much for the sand bags he had laying across the bottom.
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Huh, just looked at that pic & noticed there's a small town up in KY named "Tyewhoppety" LOL, wonder what the story is behind that name?



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Well, I found this about an area in Missouri:

"Tucked away in the rugged hills of northern Scott County Missouri....

Tywappity Community Lake....
The mystique of these areas first begins with the tongue tingling name "Tywappity." Although its exact origin is somewhat speculative, the name Tywappity is most likely derived from the name given to a tribe of Native Americans [editor comment (fancy name for ME): further research suggests the Shawnee] living in the region when settled by Anglo-Europeans.

Historical records show the name Tywappity first appeared in 1793 when Cape Girardeau was designated a judicial district whose boundary on the south was referenced as the Tywappity Bottoms.

In 1797, French explorer Collot journeyed up the Mississippi River keeping a journal of his travels. Collot made reference to the Tywappity Indians living in an area he called the Tywappity Mountains, the hilly northern part of present day Scott County.

Six years later in 1803 when Lewis and Clark also traveled up the Mississippi River on their famous expedition to explore the newly purchased Louisiana Territory, they noted in their journals settlers living in an area referred to as the Tywappity Bottoms. This area was about 22 miles north of the confluence of the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers in what is today Scott County Missouri."

From the "Southeast Missourian"




Maybe someone who couldn't spell (ancestor of....you-know-who??) named the one (Tyewhoppety) in Kentucky.

Though Native American names were spelled any which way by whatever European explorer came through the area.
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You are starting to mimic Beau.

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Cousin Di,

Hold off on your car movie. Mister came home with some interesting pictures from the car show he just got home from.
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Good Evening All!

Appears I've got some backwards reading to do!

Thanks Aunt B for teaching me this skill!

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Not sure if I ever posted these here...there's a guy that works down the street from where I work that buys and restores old muscle cars. Last year he had this one sitting outside, and I fell in love but not with the price he was asking LOL


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Don't know if you CT folks like orchestrial music (maybe Mel), but take a look at this "The Good, The Bad, The Ugly" performance by the Danish National Symphony.
IMO, one of the best movie themes music ever written. It's only in 1080p HD, however, not in 4K.




The documentation of the sound effects are marvelous, especially the Wa-Wa/ whistling lady. However, they went a bit overboard for the setting with the the hanging corpse...



For other classical music, I like Baroque period stuff. Here's a newly release Vivaldi performance in 2160p 4K by Voices of Music out of SF
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(A little to "high-brow" for the CT??? )
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It's New? Bark At It.
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Oh Yeah!

Sweet!

I would put white walls on it, not red walls, though.

Oh! And check out that backseat!

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Don't know if you CT folks like orchestrial music (maybe Mel), but take a look at this "The Good, The Bad, The Ugly" performance by the Danish National Symphony.
IMO, one of the best movie themes music ever written. It's only in 1080p HD, however, not in 4K.




The documentation of the sound effects are marvelous, especially the Wa-Wa/ whistling lady. However, they went a bit overboard for the setting with the the hanging corpse...



For other classical music, I like Baroque period stuff. Here's a newly release Vivaldi performance in 2160p 4K by Voices of Music out of SF
(I subscribe to their channel)




(A little to "high-brow" for the CT??? )
You obviously have ignored my posts on this thread.

Paul Mauriat - Love is Blue.

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Daddio?

You opened up a can of damn worms!

Now I hunting Ohio State Marching Band videos!

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Nice Vivaldi. I don't recall ever seeing "lyrics" with it...are those part of the original score (if so, translated, of course)?
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Morning!

I am taking a Denny Day!

Everyone stay safe in this heat!
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Subaru!!! That maybe fighting wordsI drive a chevy , ford and Isuzi...not really happy with any of them. The Isuzi stuck me on the side of the road yesterday with two rear blown tires , dropped over thousand dollars on the Chevy fixing sensors , instrument cluster and few other things that had nothing to do with performance. Ford not to much of a issue except for our cold Florida winters caused a hose to break in half on the fill side to the tank...thanks to duct tape i am not such a environmental hazard when its filled. I will have to drop the tank to fix
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Coming back around to this post, because I am waiting on a customer to decide on a warranty.

The Silverado she's buying is out of GM bumper to bumper warranty and I laid it on thick. Told her all the things that will go bad with her truck and told her how much money I've put into mine. And, I just dumped a thousand into Guzaline when I had to replace a sensor.

If the customer is sensible, she will buy a warranty. I can believe she is buying a 6 cylinder truck. Why does GM make a 6 cylinder for a full sized truck? I get it in the mid-sized trucks, but a full size.

As for your Isuzu tire issue, AJ? Sounds like you bought some crappy tires, or you don't maintain them, or you are a crappy driver and couldn't dodge the stop sticks when you backed out of your parking spot!

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...Q1- Why does GM make a 6 cylinder for a full sized truck? I get it in the mid-sized trucks, but a full size.

Q2-As for your Isuzu tire issue, AJ? Sounds like you bought some crappy tires, or you don't maintain them, or you are a crappy driver and couldn't dodge the stop sticks when you backed out of your parking spot!

A1- Because some ladies drive economically and safely, not like "Bats out of Hell" as YKW apparently does (sometimes)?


A2- For tire TPMS sensors, I recently replaced my old Ford OEM banded-type TPMS sensors on 2006 Escape with these AC Delco tire stem type, cost $32 ea. Rock Auto- 10 yr. batt life:

https://www.rockauto.com/en/moreinfo...=1432109&jsn=1

Compatible with many brand cars @ 315mHz. Had Discount Tire install when getting my new A/T tires put on my original Konig black (repainted) rims. (My old banded sensors were reaching end of 10 yr. battery life, installed in 2009)
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