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    Re: Cocktail, whatcha got?

    Simple. If only I had some Benedictine. I think I’ll rectify that tomorrow.
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    Re: Need a Company Name

    ^^I like Joeís Nose.
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    Re: Still more rear window stickers.

    Never had bumper or window stickers but always thought “Mast Abeam” in my pickup rear window would be fair warning when I’m changing lanes.
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    Re: Need a Company Name

    Have I gone friggin’ invisible again?!
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    Re: Need a Company Name

    Bare Grilles?
  6. Thread: Spitfire thread

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    Re: Spitfire thread

    Not a Spitfire, but a somewhat related anecdote. Years ago a friend had a float plane and I would ride with him on various jaunts. One trip we left Seattle to visit a friend on a backwoods river in...
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    Re: Need a Company Name

    Anyone remember vinyl wood grain on their stereos?

    (Ooos. Forgot the smiley. :D )
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    Re: Alex Jones' bad day

    So we let him continue to do what he was fined for so he can pay the fines.
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    Re: Wordle is blowing my mind.

    There are bots and hints? Why?
  10. Thread: The Spy!

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    Re: The Spy!

    I know Iím not good with it. No Alexa in this house and Siri is turned off. Call it paranoia if you want but Iím too old for that kind of acceptance. Yesterday a friend sent me a link to something on...
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    Re: Wordle is blowing my mind.

    The fewer lines it takes, more luck than skill. The more lines, less luck more skill.
    That’s my story and I’m sticking to it. :)
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    Re: Movies that have held up and those that don't

    ”The Happening”
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    Re: Seven Hundred Million Dollars !

    Tuck your head between your knees and kiss your butt goodbye.
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    Re: Modern cars are way too complicated.

    Another note about our 2015 Audi, we had to special order and wait a few months to get a manual transmission. She and I both just like the feeling of control with a clutch and stick. But the shifting...
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    Re: Alex Jones' bad day

    Except he’s still spewing vomit on his show.
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    Re: Modern cars are way too complicated.

    Our Audi unlocks if one of us walks past it with a key in our pocket. That leaves it unlocked on the street without our knowledge.
  17. Thread: Trump is Toast

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    Re: Trump is Toast

    He has seven days to appeal to SCOTUS and the talking heads are saying there is zero chance they will hear it.
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    Re: Modern cars are way too complicated.

    Okay. You want complicated? On my Boxster, you cannot even SEE the engine without first removing some bolts in the convertible top frame, then lifting the entire top and frame off the car and setting...
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    Re: Modern cars are way too complicated.

    Oh yeah, I’ve had my share of vacuum wipers. No, these are computer controlled, as is everything in the car, and it just decides you don’t need wipers if not moving I guess.
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    Re: Movies that have held up and those that don't

    Probably already mentioned, but I watched The Fifth Element again last night. Just gets better with each watching.
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    Re: Modern cars are way too complicated.

    In our Audi, the windshield wipers pause while you are idling at a stoplight. Dunno why. But in Seattle that’s not good if a latewalker is in the crosswalk in front of you when the light turns green....
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    Re: a well laid deck

    It’s sprung.
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    Re: Flash rust prevention

    Boeshield T-9
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    Re: Oathkeepers trial - verdict being read now

    This will be a big chapter in future history books. It’s starting to look like our experiment is still working in spite of some scary close calls.
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    Re: Any truck drivers here?

    My brother has a big trucking company (gravel mining, road building, etc.). He’s a Trumpster. In a recent conversation he was complaining that his company could not find enough drivers. Not two...
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    Re: Oathkeepers trial - verdict being read now

    It occurs to me that if they can now send Roger Stone to prison, we’ll get a twofer. Finally Nixon would be in prison, although just a posthumous picture of him. :)
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    Re: Oathkeepers trial - verdict being read now

    That they conspired with each other qualifies as a conspiracy.
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    Re: New Toys, watchu gots??

    Don’t chefs knives have to be christened by blood like a samurai sword? :)
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    Mark Meadows must testify

    The state Supreme Court UNANIMOUSLY found his arguments ďmanifestly without merit.Ē
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    Pretty clever.
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    Re: Oathkeepers trial - verdict being read now

    Probably won’t be. They have no time left while investigating Hunter’s laptop.

    This verdict is huge. Our system still works. And as much as I would like to see these people rot in prison forever,...
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    Re: oh Herschel, residence issues

    [QUOTE=Jimmy W;6763662]OK, Walker can go back home and Raphael and Michelle can quit leaving messages on my answering machine.

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    Wait. You voted in Georgia but you live in the Mississippi...
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    Re: Oathkeepers trial - verdict being read now

    They haven’t been sentenced yet. Can’t they deal for shorter time? I think Roger Stone and a few others are on the bubble.
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    Re: Oathkeepers trial - verdict being read now

    If they decide to deal instead of twenty years in Federal prison, some higher ups might be getting a bit nervous. Hoo- friggin’-Ray!!! About time.
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    Re: oh Herschel, residence issues

    Of course. But they would vote him anyway. They. Just. Don’t. Care.
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    Re: oh Herschel, residence issues

    Repugnicans don’t care.
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    Re: PNW Winter Fishing

    Now that’s an idea worth considering. Don’t have to clean the fish either.
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    Re: PNW Winter Fishing

    Aye, there’s the rub. The regulations dictate where and when you can fish, and that might not agree with the weather and inclination to go out on the spur of the moment. The cold and rain doesn’t...
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    Re: Movies that have held up and those that don't

    Iíll nominate The Graduate and American Graffiti.
  40. Thread: 1910 Tesla?

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    Re: 1910 Tesla?

    Electric cars are far from new.
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    Re: Ted Lasso, the dart game.

    Is there another season coming?
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    Re: Are You Ready For Some... Football?

    Wow. Quite a fourth qtr meltdown.
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    Re: Are You Ready For Some... Football?

    Five minutes to go, I’d still put money on the Ducks at this point.
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    Re: Are You Ready For Some... Football?

    Ducks in trouble again David?
  45. Thread: Unusual hobbies

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    Re: Unusual hobbies

    I’m thinking about delving into 3D printing. I already do a lot of 3D computer modeling, but I’ve always thought who needs a Buddha statue or a little plastic toy boat. But I’m starting to see more...
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    Re: PNW Winter Fishing

    I think that’s why a gave up on this the last time I tried it, too many rules. The camel’s back straw last time was when I realized I couldn’t bring a fish over the gunnel until I knew what color...
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    Re: Unusual hobbies

    Been there, done that, got the SU synchronizer. :D
  48. Thread: Baltic birch

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    Re: Baltic birch

    Feel like Iím making license plate frames in prison.

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    PNW Winter Fishing

    Anyone here do much of that? Iím not a fisherman but wouldnít mind learning a bit about some that would fit my circumstances. I have a boat for which I would like to find more reasons to use in the...
  50. Thread: Unusual hobbies

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    Unusual hobbies

    Out of post holiday boredom this morning, I found this list of unusual hobbies. A couple of them seem maybe marginally legal or ethical, and some seem more normal. I need a new hobby but Extreme...
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