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Old 03-20-2017, 01:49 PM
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TMIMITW just lets them intermingle with his 'stache. Never really thought about it but maybe I need to get him one of those trimmers.
It werks pretty good when the man fire is low or even women from countries with thick black hair when young.

Is that where you hide your money Steve?

Done painting until I get the ok from the Finn she'll stay out of the basement and I can do at the bottom of the stairs, 15 min. job.

Tried to make some undercuts on the tree limbs but the arms propelled pole saw teeth are way too aggressive; most *irksome. I have to be most careful when using the electric chainsaw lest I ruin very nearby limbs ruining the trees' ambiance, form. Quit cause I was urinated off!!

Took the Finn for a spin after we dropped off our tax stuff and went by our old house. Looks like feces with the chain link fence one of the owners put in for a dog and got left up. Apple trees there also look like feces.

Had a show this a.m. as a semi semi stopped in front to unload materials for the house across the street the new owner's apparently remodeling. Driver of the tractor/forklift combo knocked a shower stall off the trailer and broke it because the 2 guys standing around doing nada weren't helping him learn the fine points of using his forklift with air brakes. Hour later another vehicle came with another stall while I was yakking with a waiting helper. New stall was flawed and their last one. Don't people look at stuff first? Al wondered to himself.

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TMIMITW just lets them intermingle with his 'stache. Never really thought about it but maybe I need to get him one of those trimmers.
The first woman we ever had in my unit in Germany was a real gonad buster.

She would often come up to one of us and say "Are those nose hairs regulation soldier!?"

Of course, we were all jokers, so it was self defense on her part.
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It werks pretty good when the man fire is low or even women from countries with thick black hair when young.

Somewhere in Kiwi country, DM just developed a nervous twitch. . . .

Is that where you hide your money Steve?

Funny, since it was an activity that he does at regular intervals, I assumed he was a drug mule.

.. .went by our old house. Looks like feces with the chain link fence one of the owners put in for a dog and got left up. Apple trees there also look like feces.

The ex house sounds like a lot of ex crement.

Must have been a big dog . .

In the process of unsuccessfully attempting to take care of other family members' problems or non-problems, I have accomplished just about nothing this fine Monday of no wind, but cold air masses.
I was able to take a rather long, semi-restful geezer snooze after lunch, so not a complete write-off.
 
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Now, which one of y'all wants a Magnum Research 10/22 Magnum with a Tac-Sol barrel and a Boyds Nutmeg Barracuda Stock?
Steev wants it. . .


but only if you put lots of cat, Hello Kitty, etc. stickers on it.
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Range Report
Suppose to have dunder storms these next two days so went to the range today. Weather cloudy and in the mid-fifties, along with winds in the 15-25 mph's.

Brought along three rifles and two pistols. Rifles were operated at the fifty and ten yard distances and pistols at ten yards. Rifle ammo was SK-Magazine and Crosman .22 HP pellets and pistol ammo was Federal Automatch and Crosman .22 HP pellets.

First up was Mr. Freckles and one paper target at fifty yards with the CZ 452 American LH. All five shots frecklated Mr. Freckles and five shots on paper looked like this.



That was gooder than chicken so put the CZ away and brought out the Remington 581 LH. Shot ten shots total and the better of the two paper targets looked like this.


Afterwards it was Benjamin pellet time with both the rifle and pistol. After about fifty pellets total the wind was getting to be too much.

Last up was the Beretta 92 FS with the RF conversion upper and shot a total to eighty rounds of Automatch at ten yards and managed to keep each ten shot group within a two inch diameter circle to end the day.
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85* and trout fishing was slow, caught two early this morning and two more around noon. Too hot for the dog to stay in her carrier in the SUV so called it a day. Grilling some chicken and have a cold beer. After all its vacation.
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Good range report TD.

Good trout and hot dog report MD.

Sketti dinner and after a few extra pulls on the leaf blower cleaned off half the lawn of road sand n gravel. Bit early as one storm could have the plows throwing it all back at me. Not very much tonnage this year being such an easy with warm spells winter. Yay for Alneenyo. Sorry all y'all polar bear fans and those who live near the ocean.

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It werks pretty good when the man fire is low or even women from countries with thick black hair when young.

Is that where you hide your money Steve?

Done painting until I get the ok from the Finn she'll stay out of the basement and I can do at the bottom of the stairs, 15 min. job.

Tried to make some undercuts on the tree limbs but the arms propelled pole saw teeth are way too aggressive; most *irksome. I have to be most careful when using the electric chainsaw lest I ruin very nearby limbs ruining the trees' ambiance, form. Quit cause I was urinated off!!

Took the Finn for a spin after we dropped off our tax stuff and went by our old house. Looks like feces with the chain link fence one of the owners put in for a dog and got left up. Apple trees there also look like feces.

Had a show this a.m. as a semi semi stopped in front to unload materials for the house across the street the new owner's apparently remodeling. Driver of the tractor/forklift combo knocked a shower stall off the trailer and broke it because the 2 guys standing around doing nada weren't helping him learn the fine points of using his forklift with air brakes. Hour later another vehicle came with another stall while I was yakking with a waiting helper. New stall was flawed and their last one. Don't people look at stuff first? Al wondered to himself.

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Geez Louise, you still painting that basement floor?? What are you using? A 1 inch brush.
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Sorry all y'all polar bear fans and those who live near the ocean.
Not to worry. I'm invested in what will one day be beach front property.
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Mowed the front lawn this afternoon right after cleaning all of gear taken to the range this morning. Pizza tonight for dinner.

Tomorrow's project is to add additional support cordage into the 1996 Dodge diesel driver seat spring assembly. Original owner was much heavier than me so seat springs have gotten quite a workout. I have done some rehabilitation work on the seat but still sitting just a tad lower than when in the front passenger seat. Learned this helpful hint whilst watching an automobile show where they customize older vehicles.

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TMIMITW just lets them intermingle with his 'stache. Never really thought about it but maybe I need to get him one of those trimmers.
Excellent. I used this method for years. I may let my 'stash get established again.

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Mowed the front lawn this afeernoo right after cleaning all of gear taken to the range this morning.

Yep. Mowing 'til October.

Tomorrow's project is to add additional support cordage into the 1996 Dodge diesel driver seat spring assembly. Original owner was much heavier than me so seat springs have gotten quite a workout. I have done some rehabilitation work on the seat but still sitting just a tad lower than when in the front passenger seat. Learned this helpful hint whilst watching an automobile show where they customize older vehicles.


If it's bucket seats why don't you just swap 'em and let the passenger ride low?
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The bucket seats in the Dodge are not symmetrical. However have considered just swapping out the seat spring assemblies but would make for a crappy long distance ride when I'm in the revised passenger seat.
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Old 03-20-2017, 07:29 PM
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bored silly, no sling yesterday and today. No meds today only the cold pack machine.
Best part it's the left side so I didn't have to relearn bathroom hygiene. It's going to be a long 6 weeks.

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S, that's gross! Get him a battery powered one. I have 2. The better is the green Microtouch, better than the Conair.

Al, you forget that Sophia is Greek or were you being mean?

Ock, I have a great immune system but too good a year and a half ago. It overreacted to a virus and attacked the myelin insulation around my nerves, an autoimmune thing called Guillan-Barre, causing most of my nerves not to work. The most visible thing was not being able to walk or even stand. My bladder didn't know when it was full and the bladder muscles didn't work. Even with getting 2 catheters a day for 3 weeks, my bladder stretched to over twice it's size. It's still not shrunk back to normal so holds about 200 cc even after I pee. That's not a lot but not good, so I have to empty it completely once a week. (Did it every day for months.)

Got to 80 today and I accomplished as much as GF did.
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Good range report TD.
Thanks, Al.
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