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    Sticky: Re: Phillip Allen RIP

    Phillip Allen meant well, all the time. The likes of him made it bearable to read here. A good vibe that was a credit to this place.

    R.I.P. Phillip Allen.
  2. Re: Is Ocasio-Cortez inexperienced or headline seeking?

    Also, unlike the concentration camps of WW2, those at the border here are completely avoidable and there should be no surprise about this by now. Nobody is making them go to prison.
  3. Re: Gun nut nation—Family fire. 8 kids a day dead.

    No trauma counseling for cell phone deaths? Very little, bleeding hearted reaction at all, actually. Sad part being, there is no constitutional amendments protecting cell phone use in cars, on foot,...
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    Re: SoCal Restraunt RANT !!!

    Anywhere mostly sucks for Californians. They went to the edge of the continent, trying to escape the rest of it. If not for the ocean being in the way, they would have kept right on going until they...
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    Re: Another argument against impeachment

    Ummmm . . . . ok.
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    Re: Another argument against impeachment

    +++1
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    Re: Another argument against impeachment

    It's nice to know (I've always known) that the basis of their, impeach/not impeach is for political purposes. At the beginning of all of this, the left, tried to make it about ethics. Trump has none,...
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    Re: The peaceful transfer of power

    I recall you folks inflicting this bit of paranoia on Bush, too. It must be something to be so politically disturbed all of the time. I mean, if I carried on like this, there are people in my life...
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    Re: “Your favorite President”

    I don't know about favorites but, it sure sounds like you folks here, and others like you, need another 4 years of Trump.

    I mean, 8 years of Obama and this is as far as you have come with all of...
  10. Thread: Why I Hi-Fi

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    Re: Why I Hi-Fi

    This artist was also featured on the albums from the "Jazz at the Pawnshop" series. Which are also some very good recordings that I already had. In those recordings, they also gave equal time to the...
  11. Thread: Why I Hi-Fi

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    Re: Why I Hi-Fi

    That struck me instantly, wondering what effects were being used. The sax sounded almost electric. Come to find out, it was originally recorded in the mid 70's. Ends up being the effect of the place...
  12. Thread: Why I Hi-Fi

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    Re: Why I Hi-Fi

    Yes, but pipe organ, and where most pipe organs can be found? The selection of music was interesting as well.
  13. Thread: Why I Hi-Fi

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    Re: Why I Hi-Fi

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BmsnN5CRFW8
  14. Thread: Why I Hi-Fi

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    Why I Hi-Fi

    Finding these little gems has to be one of the top 5 good things about the internet. I have this playing through the small BBC monitor clones, alongside two 12" subwoofers, and it is a glorious...
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    Re: A Brain Tumor update.

    RIP Peter Sibley
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    Re: Liquid-cooled TIG Welders?

    Though not familiar with the newer Miller syncrowave, I have a Gen 1 syncrowave 250 that I use, and is the machine to beat at my shop on any given day. We do have a newer SW but the younger guys use...
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    Re: Liquid-cooled TIG Welders?

    Most aluminum of any bulk, made up of say, .187-.25" material, really needs 250 amps. Anything over that, 300 amps all day long. 250 amp machine and torch, is really at the baseline needed even for...
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    Re: Liquid-cooled TIG Welders?

    I use water cooled. For awhile, my torch here at home was gas cooled and I used more argon because of it when welding aluminum. Now I have a flow through water cooled torch and I just put the outflow...
  19. Re: The sad truth about who actually pays for Trump's tariffs

    Funny about tariffs and Chinese goods. For the past 30 years, I have gone out of my way (when possible, to now what is almost impossible) to pay more for USA made products. I have bought sneakers...
  20. Re: permitted gun nut in Tampa accidentally shoots husband in market then. . .

    Yes, there are a lot of folks from Chicago, NY, MI, OH, CA and many other points northward that have tried to recreate this state into the cesspool that they somehow swept under the rug from whence...
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    Re: Purtier than politics.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VqW-eO3jTVU
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    Purtier than politics.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JWrTLtzUDTs&fbclid=IwAR0JFV3o6YoVz6KByZToQEINpTgjswfBeVAzaBdf8 69yNXb-dzXzvlLMmqU
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    Re: 53 and rising, I told ya so.

    I'm in great anticipation for all of the super-sleuths and armchair LWW lawyers here and elsewhere, to give their expert legal interpretations of the Mueller report.

    Just kidding. Really I'm...
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    Re: what's the most you'd pay for a beer?

    Them Irish folks figured it out with the Guinness. I have no reason to stray. I figure it's a great part why food in Ireland sucks. Because it's just a formality to get to the stout. At any rate,...
  25. Thread: Tilley hats

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    Re: Tilley hats

    As if any of you leave this place long enough to worry about sun. :D
  26. Re: Do you hate the term "Man Cave" as much as I do?

    Never had a man cave. When we bought this house, she wanted the main living room to set up like a home, which did not include my TV or my video games, my two trophy bass, my larger than life stereo...
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    Re: Joe Biden you playboy you!

    Right Winger? Because I brought up a point as to why some people may support Trump, other than just being stupid, or ignorant? If you could pull your head, out of your political pile, just long...
  28. Re: Question: who is more stupid? Trump, or his supporters?

    Don't kid yourself. You're trying to even imagine "right wingers" into place on slow days here.
  29. Re: Question: who is more stupid? Trump, or his supporters?

    You don't get to town much, do you? This is the only perspective you have about what makes voters tick? Good grief, man. Get your nose out of your political/media pile and go talk to people.
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  30. Re: Question: who is more stupid? Trump, or his supporters?

    You judge too quickly on too little. I'm not a fan of Trump per se. I'm not out to stick it to the libs. You all are doing a bang up job doing it to yourselves. How many converts have you racked up...
  31. Re: Question: who is more stupid? Trump, or his supporters?

    I tend to agree Trump is an ignoramus. But the type of brutal honesty I am referring to, is not always intentional. Some people cannot help exposing themselves. I have no doubt, that is all Donald...
  32. Re: Question: who is more stupid? Trump, or his supporters?

    Geesh, you still don't get it? This Trump-o-mania has nothing to do with ignorance or intelligence. It has to do with how tired, a good portion of the country is, with you and your party's version of...
  33. Re: Morgan Freeman converts his Mississippi ranch into a honeybee sanctuary

    I've let the wild flowers take over as they may. Specifically, "Biden's Alba," which is one of the "hitchhiker" plants, that is related to the daisy, IIRC. The bees like this one flower more than any...
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    Re: Jazz's best kept secret

    There is a lot to do. I just got through with a lengthy gardening season and spending time on the water. We also moved most activities outdoors with reigniting family time, which had temporarily went...
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    Re: Jazz's best kept secret

    I currently own 3 of this groups CDs. I rip them to lossless files on my computer, and play the CDs (and others) on my commute to work every day. No longer do I care about being stuck in rush hour or...
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    Re: Jazz's best kept secret

    We don't get many opportunities to hear the double bass solo with a bow. It is liken to a living, breathing animal. Especially with a capable sub-woofer or two. This is one of the best uses of the...
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    Jazz's best kept secret

    More reasons to hi-fi is all. I grew up with a piano in the house. Of 5 children, I was the only one who never got lessons, yet I played it more than anyone else. I don't play anymore. It would have...
  38. Re: “loser teachers” different family values

    Pay attention, young scholars of America. You too, can reach for the highest standards of education, and end up here in the bilge 24/7, in hopes of coming up with the political back slapper of the...
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    Re: Nasty little white boys

    Just wow. You folks really need this sort of thing, don't you? To idly sit around, day after day, and just make up stuff that suits your obvious, and twisted bias, to where even children aren't off...
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    Re: Another multiple shooting today

    Does anyone here know anyone with PTSD from this last war? That has been through the AWW program, perhaps? I currently know 2, one of which has the most gruesome collection of photos I believe I have...
  41. Re: Had to break down and get a small wire feed welder

    There is a trick to welding thicker material with weaker machines. As a matter of fact, there is a tactic I use that has my MIG welds looking like very well done stick welds and it relies on one or...
  42. Re: Sweet Potatoes: Delicious and Nutritious

    I have plots of them in my yard but also grow them in pots. I use the greens in juice and salads as well, all year long, until around Oct.

    https://i.imgur.com/UwLxroh.jpg?1

    Other day I noticed...
  43. Re: Sexism, rape culture, modern feminism and everything else you've been wondering a

    My youngest is 26, but I remember how touchy the situation at school was, always crossing my fingers that something he said or did, would not get misconstrued into one or more violations or,...
  44. Re: This just might be the most racist election ever

    Obama didn't stoke those fires, his constituency did. Every time someone even tried to question or disagree with his policies.
  45. Re: This just might be the most racist election ever

    That's not "Tampa."

    This forum, for example, is way too white for Tampa. There is no Tampa support crowd behind that person.
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    Re: Are you a redneck?

    HA!

    How do I know I'm redneck? I started talking to Erster about 12 years ago. I keep forgetting he's not blood. :D

    ETA: Besides, I completely understand what he types here.
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    Re: This hurricane will....

    My S/BIL live somewhat close to Mexico beach and evacuated to his parents house a little further inland. Two trees fell on the house and then she said the roof, a bunch of the walls and such were...
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    Re: 'America's greatest pizza city'

    New Haven, CT.
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    Re: Do we still need that militia?

    Really? I grew up with WW2, Korean war, and Vietnam vets in the house, all of who had seen active duty.

    My father had reached officer status by the time he was discharged after the (WW2) war. Do...
  50. Thread: Smoke

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    Re: Smoke

    One of my favorites to smoke besides ribs and such is chicken thighs. They are quite forgiving. We make all of our own sauces as well and that makes a big difference too. I usually remove the skin...
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