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  1. Thread: fire

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    Re: fire

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Hrn98efEEs
  2. Thread: Grocery getter

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    Re: Grocery getter

    Don't forget to visit the Rathskeller in the sky if it is still there.
  3. Thread: fire

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    Re: fire

    It depends upon the location. Around here I'm sure I could and have as a hobby in the past. In an unfamiliar location I'm not so sure. The method may be the same but the materials may take some...
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    Re: LSD and the Kennedy assassination

    Here is a rabbit hole for you Jack.
    http://letsrollforums.com/showpost.php?p=238826

    Mark is an old friend of mine from way back. Have fun.

    Jim....
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    Re: Really? Friday the 13th??

    Close to 22 inches in the yard this morning. I could see my lawn last Friday.
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    Re: Herreshoff 14 Decked Rob Roy Canoe

    I've a few Charlottes. It should work for what you are planning to use it for. I did vary from the plans in that I purchased an Old Town cane seat and fitted it to the floor. Keeps your butt dry....
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    Re: Why did my laptop screen go black?

    Could be the backlight has gone.
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    Re: Vintage sports and racing cars pictures.

    That just needs a prop and some wings.
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    Re: Russian money to NRA

    Lying or just not bothering to check?
  10. Re: Taken a hike anywhere recently? Let's see some photos!

    Looks like bark beetles.
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    Re: The Future of Meat

    Horse meat is just fine. I've had it for breakfast on a few ships.
  12. Re: If Russia can jam our drones, can they jam our missiles?

    There is now GPS coverage at both poles. Drones and sat nav guided missiles operate at different frequencies and power levels.
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    Re: You should get one

    I use this one with the rear camera option in my Fj cruiser. Works very well. https://www.amazon.com/HaloCam-C1-Plus-Dashboard-Recording/dp/B06XCCSW53



    The one in my BMW was made specifically...
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    Re: I hate that Regional Jet 2/1 seating

    In the mid 80s I flew into Suez on a passenger flight where every other passenger was livestock of some sort.
  15. Re: If Russia can jam our drones, can they jam our missiles?

    The short answer is they operate in totally different ways.
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    Re: You should get one

    Yep, I run them in both of my vehicles. Saved me a lot of cash after an accident and they are useful for catching strange things on the road as well.
  17. Re: Antarctic expedition hopes for Ernest Shackleton bonus

    Same point as finding Erebus and Terror. None at all. Not to mention the extreme cost of operating even a few hours in the Antarctic. Not to mention if they lost one of their devices while looking.
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    Re: Idaho - Kayak Sturgeon Fishing

    Got it. Thanks.
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    Re: Idaho - Kayak Sturgeon Fishing

    What's the long pole on the back of the kayak used for?
  20. Re: Scientists Just Grew a Whole Salad in Antarctica, Without Any Daylight or Soil

    They have been doing this at U.S. bases down there since the late 70s.
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    Re: Fare Well The Tube

    I use Verizon for my internet through my phone. Works great virtually everywhere.
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    Re: AD1 Douglas Skyraider

    I was also there in that time frame. Big white ship tied up at Rodman. USNS Chauvenet. Great duty and Panama was fantastic!
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    Re: Shackleton's Endurance

    The R/V Hero was built with round bilges for just this reason. I don't think she was ever really frozen in though. I know she wasn't when I was on her.
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    Re: Shackleton's Endurance

    Could very well be. There were dogs on the ice until 1994. The kiwis were still using them actively when I was there in the late 70's to mid 80's. I'm sure there are still several dog sleds from that...
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    Re: Sessions' Civil Forfeiture Expansion

    Wisconsin just passed a bill limiting this action. At least ONE good thing came out of Madison.
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    Re: Beautiful new handgun grips

    Well Joe,
    Seeing as how Dale has 23 years of special forces experience I think that he has a handle on the operation of his firearm and the experience to use it wisely. I'd wager his situational...
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    Re: Beautiful new handgun grips

    Nice work Dale. Was it very spendy?
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    Re: Ford remote door opener didn't need battery

    Comfort access key. just a square fob with the actual metal key embedded in it. They key will open a door or the trunk. It allows for the car to set seat, mirrors, radio and temperature to the key...
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    Re: Ford remote door opener didn't need battery

    That may be true for some makes of vehicles. The BMW can only have six keys total programmed into it or an electronic module must be changed. Only 2 of the keys may be comfort access keys. Believe me...
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    Re: Ford remote door opener didn't need battery

    I'm sure they do differ. t may be because mine has the comfort key.
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    Re: Ford remote door opener didn't need battery

    Just got an extra key for my 2007 BMW 328xi. $328 for the fob sent from somewhere on the east coast. $150 for the dealership to program it.
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    Re: Ginger and Moringa?

    Never had moringa but I eat ginger pretty much every day. Good for what ails you.
  33. Thread: Hornet

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    Re: Hornet

    I have one of those. It's upside down in a swamp and rather flattened by logging equipment.
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    Re: Vintage sports and racing cars pictures.

    Looks like a shovelhead to me.
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    Re: outofthenorm has passed over the bar

    RIP Norm.
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    Re: Butterflies are overrated anyway

    Just because the article is from a Wisconsin news source doesn't mean it is about Wisconsin. Biased much?
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    Re: Antifa thugs disrupt free speach in Michigan

    Gee, thank you soooo much for correcting me. You come off as a reactive know it all to me. But, that is only my opinion. Perhaps you find it okay to assault those that are disadvantaged because of...
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    Re: Antifa thugs disrupt free speach in Michigan

    In my humble opinion if you are wearing a mask while you are protesting anything you are nothing but a coward. Push around old ladies, pick on people in wheelchairs, show no respect for others....
  39. Thread: Storm damage

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    Re: Storm damage

    3M caulk softener and a bit of heat for the seam. I don't think MMD was saying you should try to lift it out with the tool just use it to cut the caulk. Anyway, good luck with your project. It must...
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    Re: In praise of the proper little pickup

    Indeed. You never know what you don't know until you challenge someone in the bilge. :)
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    Re: In praise of the proper little pickup

    Yes, we have wasted approximately 3 hours too much on this discussion and you win the salt wasting contest. :)
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    Re: In praise of the proper little pickup

    To add this. Salt use in Nova Scotia over the winter is equal to 260000 tons. Wisconsin uses 526000 tons.
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    Re: In praise of the proper little pickup

    Nope, that doesn't mean that I don't wish to visit. I've been to colder snowier places and enjoyed them. You may get more snow than we do but we still have more than 10 times the road miles. Ergo...
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    Re: In praise of the proper little pickup

    Well I am going to state that Wisconsin has about 10 times the miles of roadway that NS has. In considering that and the fact that our weather in winter isn't all that different I will have to...
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    Re: In praise of the proper little pickup

    Once a year I wash the underside of my vehicles very thoroughly, brush any surface rust, pop a coat of rustoleum flat paint and then fluid film it completely including all of the holes in the frame...
  46. Thread: Ticks

    by Iceboy
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    Re: Ticks

    Cripes, if I went to the doctor every time I found a tick lodged in me I would just have to live there for about 7 months of the year. Sometimes in the woods around here you can literally brush a...
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    Re: sorry about your thread, Bob

    Funny, I never heard of a mandatory asvab test for 15/16 year old's. Stinks a bit of propaganda.
  48. Re: when assault rifles are confiscated? (liberal wet dream thread)

    Except for the small fact that NONE of the firearms used in the Charlie Hebdo attack were of US manufacture or sold through any US entity. We are to blame for a lot but not this.
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    Re: Did you say ice?

    SOP on the RV Hero. Knocking ice that is.
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    Re: The flaw in background checks

    While I agree with safe storage I do not endorse random inspections for the same. One of the reasons I gave up my FFL was that they could randomly search my premises (my home) with no warning or...
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