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Old 06-08-2015, 07:11 AM   #38697
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Looks like Jeff and Marcia had the PT painted and acquired a racing boat...
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Old 06-08-2015, 07:23 AM   #38698
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Hi Di... time for a new card... oh the humainty... how do you take it.
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Old 06-08-2015, 07:32 AM   #38699
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Big t-storm rolled through about 9:30, tornado warning till 10:15. Wind and rain have dropped to light, and when the train noise came, it also blew it's horn....
The horn is a good thing too! No horn...time to get underground.
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Old 06-08-2015, 07:35 AM   #38700
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Hi Di... time for a new card... oh the humainty... how do you take it.

Well, since that is Larry card, i think it will just stay..... He seldom gands them out... Not at all like me.... My priority us a new tire cover.... That one got torn by the kayak carrier....



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Old 06-08-2015, 07:44 AM   #38701
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Oh and the pic is the cat in jade water bowl she think it her tub

And Jade looks a bit puzzled. Was there water in the bowl??? Cat. Water. Don't generally mix. Color me puzzled too. 😳
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Old 06-08-2015, 07:52 AM   #38702
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Turtle soup I'll be over in 5.

Come early, Dwayne. You'll have to teach me how. Judy H might bring us one or 2 of the turtles her dog keeps dragging home. 😁

No snappers, tho. I'm told they stink. Stinky turtle = stinky soup?
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Big day today. CR-V Mutant and Black Betty go in the shop for hail repair. Yippee!

Sun is up and sky is blue... looks like a beautiful day in the RVMdom!
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Sue... tell me more about that allergy thing... we could easily go back or keep our eyes peeled for another down the road.

Salt lamp, Himalayan pink salt, pink rock salt...they go by different names. Amazon and Google both get you there. Make sure it's the lamp, not the culinary salt (for this purpose).

It sounds like snake oil, but truly is not: heating the salt releases ions into the air. The ions, being charged particles, attract pollens and dust particles in the air and bind to them. The particles are now too heavy to float, so they settle to the floor.

My symptoms disappeared w/in 2 days. Others I loaned my lamp to have said they were much improved in that time. Now, who was it at ReduxCL? Mel? Jackie? (Of all the things I've lost, I miss my mind the most!)
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The horn is a good thing too! No horn...time to get underground.

Exactly! That's what I was listening for. 😱 😳 😅 😴😴😴

Y'all okay up there? That storm was longer and worser (!) north of town than here.
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Just a few more things to do reprogram the transmission alignment and put rear fenders on. Getting closer.
What's that thing-a-ma-jig across the hood with the holes in it? Is that where you mount the .50 Cal?

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Salt lamp, Himalayan pink salt, pink rock salt...they go by different names. Amazon and Google both get you there. Make sure it's the lamp, not the culinary salt (for this purpose).

It sounds like snake oil, but truly is not: heating the salt releases ions into the air. The ions, being charged particles, attract pollens and dust particles in the air and bind to them. The particles are now too heavy to float, so they settle to the floor.

My symptoms disappeared w/in 2 days. Others I loaned my lamp to have said they were much improved in that time. Now, who was it at ReduxCL? Mel? Jackie? (Of all the things I've lost, I miss my mind the most!)
Hmmm! Does it come with salt or is that something you have to add?
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Earlene informed me that I was getting "slammed" on Facebook. Well, I don't do Facebook. Here's why:

FACEBOOK: Where pointless information is shared with friends you don't know!
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Earlene informed me that I was getting "slammed" on Facebook. Well, I don't do Facebook. Here's why:

FACEBOOK: Where pointless information is shared with friends you don't know!

Maybe true for some. Not for me.
I use FB, and here's why:
Only real friends and family.
It's good to be informed BY them and also be able inform them. It is a superb source of important info and great pics of cute nieces, nephews, grandkids, siblings, cousins, surrogate grand children, etc.
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Hmmm! Does it come with salt or is that something you have to add?

It is the rock salt itself, carved, with a heat source inside or under it. Little ones hold tea lights, others come as chunks in a basket, light bulb underneath.

Mine is a rough column of the salt set on a base, w/ a rheostat in the cord to vary the light as needed. The rheostat stays on high all the time, since it isn't in the bedroom and since it needs to take care of the whole 2-story house.

It's real salt. I've licked it. 😜
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Maybe true for some. Not for me.
I use FB, and here's why:
Only real friends and family.
It's good to be informed BY them and also be able inform them. It is a superb source of important info and great pics of cute nieces, nephews, grandkids, siblings, cousins, surrogate grand children, etc.
Your FB page has 239 friends on it with links to their pages. There is lot of information out there and to me it is nothing more than a deposit for social engineering and identity theft. I was able to read it and see who all your friends are. Yes, I have a FB page, but only to jump out there once in a while to see items such as was posted by Sue with a link. Then I go to the YouTube page and get the link that I can manipulate the way I want.

An example is one of your friends named Leandra played CandyCrush on Friday. I could use that information to social engineer my way into her life using CandyCrush as the catapult. My personal belief is that people put to much information out there about their personal lives. How many kids they have, how many grand-kids they have along with their names parent names, and even addresses. Colleges and high schools they went to, occupations, and just a lot of information that can be used for nefarious purposes. Even the fact that you studied at the University of Minnesota is to much information.

Dave, it is just my personal paranoiac way of thinking. I don't mean to offend anyone just because they use FB Look at my FB page and tell me what you see. I hope nothing, but if you do let me know and I'll see if I can hide it.

Trust me, I do not care that you use FB for the things you do. Earlene is an avid user of FB, and for her it is great, but for my personal choice it is a waste of time. I spend to much time on this forum to have to spend time trying to catch up on FB. The only thing I wish I had done with FB was invest in its stock when it first came out. Same with Apple. Oh well, I'm just a poor man.
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It is the rock salt itself....
It's real salt. I've licked it. 😜
Saves me the trouble if we get one! Thanks. Lol.
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