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By: RobDaHood , 1:31 PM GMT on August 28, 2012

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893. WunderAlertBot (Admin)
4:50 PM GMT on October 15, 2012
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892. RobDaHood
1:05 PM GMT on October 15, 2012
I know exactly what you mean, my friend.
And it's an old trick. They all talk at the same time, one of them distracts you, then not knowing that the subject has been changed and a trick question slipped in you nod or say okay.

Only later do you realize what you have unknowingly agreed to.

Take care and have a good day!
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891. pottery
1:00 PM GMT on October 15, 2012
Indeed it is.
With the emphasis on "provoking"..... :):))

The best plans of Mice and Men are often Revised by External Forces.
I did have several things that I intended to do today, and none of them included driving to the City with Daughter and Sister-in-Law .

But apparently, I am guilty of not paying attention sometime yesterday when I agreed to this Mission......
A visit to The Ancient One, drop this here, collect that there, pay this bill, spin around 12 times while touching your toe and scratching one ear, etc etc etc.

I have no idea when I will return to Tranquility.........
You know how it goes, right ?
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890. RobDaHood
12:37 PM GMT on October 15, 2012
What can I say, Pottery.
This is a really thought provoking blog!
LOL
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889. pottery
11:27 AM GMT on October 15, 2012
The benefits of sleep?
The problems of sleeping?
The conundrum of work?
The benefits of days off ?
The rights of grandfathers?

It's early, so I think I'd better agree with everything.
At least until I can start my brain.......
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888. RobDaHood
11:26 AM GMT on October 15, 2012
Yep, time to get going.
Have a good morning. Will check back later.
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887. RTLSNK
11:06 AM GMT on October 15, 2012
SugarBear is requesting coffee, back later. :)
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886. RTLSNK
11:04 AM GMT on October 15, 2012
Quoting RobDaHood:


Now that sounds like a very good idea!


It does sound good at first,
the problem is you tend to fall asleep,
and there is the negative side of it,
you just wasted another 3 or 4 hours of the day,
and then you're awake all night with nothing to do.

Hmmm, note, the above paragraph does not apply to nap time.

That is an official duty that Grandfathers are allowed to do.
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885. RobDaHood
10:55 AM GMT on October 15, 2012
Quoting RTLSNK:
You're never too old for sleeping really,
you do have to get some sleep every day,
it just begins to occur to you one day,
that you're using up what little time you have left,
doing absolutely nothing worth while! :)

heh heh heh


Now that sounds like a very good idea!
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884. RTLSNK
10:53 AM GMT on October 15, 2012
You're never too old for sleeping really,
you do have to get some sleep every day,
it just begins to occur to you one day,
that you're using up what little time you have left,
doing absolutely nothing worth while! :)

heh heh heh
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883. RobDaHood
10:50 AM GMT on October 15, 2012
Good Morning RTLSNK!
Hope you didn't have a mouthful of coffee!
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882. RTLSNK
10:48 AM GMT on October 15, 2012
Quoting RobDaHood:
Okay, I'll start off with the first laugh of the day.

Woke up at 2 am. Shoulders were hurting a little, elbows, wrists, fingers, felt stiff and and had a bit of a headache.

Got up and walked around the house a bit to loosen up. Got a big glass of water and went back to bed. Was sitting there drinking the water and thought to myself, "you know, I'm getting too old for this stuff".

Then it occurred to me that "this stuff" was sleeping!

Almost spewed water all over the room.
Too old for sleeping is pretty bad!em>


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881. RobDaHood
10:36 AM GMT on October 15, 2012
Okay, I'll start off with the first laugh of the day.

Woke up at 2 am. Shoulders were hurting a little, elbows, wrists, fingers, felt stiff and and had a bit of a headache.

Got up and walked around the house a bit to loosen up. Got a big glass of water and went back to bed. Was sitting there drinking the water and thought to myself, "you know, I'm getting too old for this stuff".

Then it occurred to me that "this stuff" was sleeping!

Almost spewed water all over the room.
Too old for sleeping is pretty bad!
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880. RobDaHood
10:17 AM GMT on October 15, 2012
What?
No early risers this morning?

Well, sorry, but it's Monday!
Time to make the coffee and get moving.

Will likely start a new blog later today.
We'll see how it goes...
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879. theshepherd
12:02 AM GMT on October 15, 2012
Quoting RobDaHood:
Did I say I was sleeping late?
I think I said getting out of bed late.
There is a difference you know.

Goes a long way towards insuring domestic tranquility and whatnot. That's a concept that goes back all the way to the constitution, so I take the duty seriously!

Remember, those guys didn't have electricity, 24 hour TV, or a whole lot of other things we have to occupy us today.

What do you think they were doing on weekend mornings?
Why do you think they were so upset with British soldiers knocking on their doors in the wee hours?

Actually, I think if we all didn't go to work before 10 am, and really applied ourselves, the world would be a much happier place with a lot more smiling faces.

Nuff said!


Might be some truth to that.

For those still on the clock, I saw today where Argentina now has "19" national holidays.
GDP went up considerably.

Looks good on paper anyway.

:)))





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878. RobDaHood
11:37 PM GMT on October 14, 2012
Did I say I was sleeping late?
I think I said getting out of bed late.
There is a difference you know.

Goes a long way towards insuring domestic tranquility and whatnot. That's a concept that goes back all the way to the constitution, so I take the duty seriously!

Remember, those guys didn't have electricity, 24 hour TV, or a whole lot of other things we have to occupy us today.

What do you think they were doing on weekend mornings?
Why do you think they were so upset with British soldiers knocking on their doors in the wee hours?

Actually, I think if we all didn't go to work before 10 am, and really applied ourselves, the world would be a much happier place with a lot more smiling faces.

Nuff said!
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877. theshepherd
1:12 PM GMT on October 14, 2012
I am laying low.

Right answer...but you need to get out of earshot.

Run, man...RUN!!!

:)))


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876. pottery
12:22 PM GMT on October 14, 2012
Quoting RTLSNK:
HEY - WAKE UP YOU SLACKERS - GOOD MORNING POTTERY

oops, forgot that it was Sunday, Rob likes to sleep in.

snakeyman quietly sneaks back out. :)

Rob will see Pottery's comment first. heh heh heh

Hello, Snakeymon.
You and I are the only Conscious Ones so far.

I am 'on hold'....
My project is to sweep and mop the downstairs of this house, before an Invasion of people for lunch.
But I cannot begin, due to a swarm of Ladies in the kitchen. They are chopping, grating, stirring, roasting, baking, frying, whatnotting and stuffing.
The swarm consists of Wife, Daughter, Daughters friend, Sister-in-law.

They are also doing this Vital Thing that Ladies do when they swarm, and that is to bring each other up-to-date with all the gossip, bacchanal, news, coming events and such. And shrieking with laughter.
But you and I know that it's all in Code, and surpasseth all understanding by Men.

So, in the meantime and between time, I am laying low.
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875. RTLSNK
11:25 AM GMT on October 14, 2012
HEY - WAKE UP YOU SLACKERS - GOOD MORNING POTTERY

oops, forgot that it was Sunday, Rob likes to sleep in.

snakeyman quietly sneaks back out. :)

Rob will see Pottery's comment first. heh heh heh
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874. pottery
11:11 AM GMT on October 14, 2012
Pssst !

Be quiet!
They're all fast asleep still.
Just finish the coffee and tiptoe around .
Don't want to interrupt any dreams of wonderful anticipation.....
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873. RobDaHood
6:57 PM GMT on October 13, 2012
Quoting pottery:

Now there's a Grand Idea !
Procrastination is one of my Most Accomplished Traits.

Alex is coming for lunch tomorrow (along with 10 or so other people) as we are having a bit of a party to welcome the Visitors.
The Visitors include Nancy, who I have to go to the airport in a while to meet.
She will be here for a week, doing Legal stuff and whatnot.
I am LONGING to see her and to seize her in a hug of long duration. Last laid my eyes on her at Christmas.


Sounds like a great plan!
Give greetings from your friends stateside.

Has been a glorious day weather-wise today in Florida.
The air is dry and cooler, assorted birds and other creatures chirping and singing happily. Lots of fresh air and sunshine accompanied by outdoorsy stuff has left me pleasantly tired.

Gonna make like RattleBob SpongePants and take a nap!
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872. pottery
6:27 PM GMT on October 13, 2012
Quoting RobDaHood:
Hey Pottery!
Thanks for checking in.

Yes, we should commission a study on the proper arrangement of the shed. This will be followed by a location study. Followed by an impact study. Then we must go back to the beginning and adjust for all possible ramifications and study everything again.

This could possibly end up on Cap'n Alex's todo list!

Now there's a Grand Idea !
Procrastination is one of my Most Accomplished Traits.

Alex is coming for lunch tomorrow (along with 10 or so other people) as we are having a bit of a party to welcome the Visitors.
The Visitors include Nancy, who I have to go to the airport in a while to meet.
She will be here for a week, doing Legal stuff and whatnot.
I am LONGING to see her and to seize her in a hug of long duration. Last laid my eyes on her at Christmas.
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871. RobDaHood
6:06 PM GMT on October 13, 2012
Hey Pottery!
Thanks for checking in.

Yes, we should commission a study on the proper arrangement of the shed. This will be followed by a location study. Followed by an impact study. Then we must go back to the beginning and adjust for all possible ramifications and study everything again.

This could possibly end up on Cap'n Alex's todo list!
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870. pottery
6:00 PM GMT on October 13, 2012
Quoting RobDaHood:

That's about as good an answer as any!

(note to self:send screws to Trinidad before sending rain)

LOL, thanks guys.....

Have no fear, my friends.
My shed is actually quite safe and is in a sheltered spot surrounded by trees.

I am about to take the whole thing down (well, it's on The List...) and rebuild it into a more permanent structure with more adequate falls.

THEN I will screw it down and stuff.
Now that the Studio is in operation, and people are in and out of there into the shed (where the Raku kiln is) I have been observing the traffic and mentally working out the configuration of the new&improved shed.
Where to put posts, flooring, etc etc.....

Now you know why it is still "on the list". These observations take weeks, sometimes months, as you well know ! :):))
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869. RobDaHood
2:25 PM GMT on October 13, 2012
Quoting theshepherd:
"How much wind do you think it will take to lift 12 sheets of corrugated zinc, 18' long and 40" wide, that are just resting on some laths?"

90 degrees plus a few break-aways on the Spanish Moss Scale?


That's about as good an answer as any!

(note to self:send screws to Trinidad before sending rain)
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868. theshepherd
1:00 PM GMT on October 13, 2012
"How much wind do you think it will take to lift 12 sheets of corrugated zinc, 18' long and 40" wide, that are just resting on some laths?"

90 degrees plus a few break-aways on the Spanish Moss Scale?

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867. theshepherd
12:52 PM GMT on October 13, 2012
Quoting RTLSNK:


Whats so funny is when the nursery says the plant you are buying is called a "Giant", you just naturally figure its a really big grower.

When they tell you its a "Pigmy" or a "Dwarf" plant you figure its a little plant.

So she puts the Giants in the back of the garden and the little ones in the front. At the end of the summer some of the little ones turn out to be Giants and some of the Giants turn out to be little.

Then I have to dig them both up and switch places. :)


I had to shell out some major bucks to the nursery dude to get him to switch labels on your plants.
But, I'm recouping some of that back on pop corn futures.

:)))



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866. RobDaHood
12:45 PM GMT on October 13, 2012
Good Morning!

Rope tied around the whole thing and lashed securely to the deck or immovable object.

Assorted rope and cordage should always be part of your emergency supplies.
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865. pottery
12:30 PM GMT on October 13, 2012
Quoting RTLSNK:
I'm not sure I understand where these 12 sheets are.
Are they on the floor of your work shop stacked on top of each other?
If so, heavy weights of some kind would keep them from flying about.
If not, in high winds they would become 18 ft long Ginzu blades.
Strapping them all together would add to the weight of the bundle also.
Anchored to a large tree might be an idea.
Putting the front wheels of your truck on them might help.
What are they doing in your workshop in the first place?
Normally loose items are secured before the storm hits aren't they?
More information is needed my good man! :)

Ah !
Sorry for the Vague Information last evening.

To clarify, these 12 sheets are The Roof of the work shed.
They sit on top of some laths that sit on top of 10' posts.
It's all very 'flimsy' and temporary, don't you know.
I will try to get the truck up there as you suggest. But I think I need more coffee first.

3" rain between 3:00 pm and 9:00 pm, and another 1.5" overnight.
It rained plenty.
Overcast and drippy this morning with more to come during the day.

Happily, there has been no wind.
The Northern Islands look to be getting the severe stuff today.
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864. RTLSNK
10:03 AM GMT on October 13, 2012
I'm not sure I understand where these 12 sheets are.
Are they on the floor of your work shop stacked on top of each other?
If so, heavy weights of some kind would keep them from flying about.
If not, in high winds they would become 18 ft long Ginzu blades.
Strapping them all together would add to the weight of the bundle also.
Anchored to a large tree might be an idea.
Putting the front wheels of your truck on them might help.
What are they doing in your workshop in the first place?
Normally loose items are secured before the storm hits aren't they?
More information is needed my good man! :)
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863. pottery
2:27 AM GMT on October 13, 2012
Quoting RTLSNK:
I remember you saying that matter of fact.

Perhaps you should trim the sails and batten down the hatches.

Oh, and check the Rum supplies, that's important! :)

Stay safe my friend, stay safe!

Thanks. Will do.
And fear not. The 'supplies' that you refer too are firmly battened down and are secure.

I am a little concerned about my work shed though.
How much wind do you think it will take to lift 12 sheets of corrugated zinc, 18' long and 40" wide, that are just resting on some laths?
They are not even fixed to one another.

15 mph? 18 ?? Do I really want to know ????
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862. RTLSNK
2:16 AM GMT on October 13, 2012
I remember you saying that matter of fact.

Perhaps you should trim the sails and batten down the hatches.

Oh, and check the Rum supplies, that's important! :)

Stay safe my friend, stay safe!
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861. pottery
2:06 AM GMT on October 13, 2012
LOLOL Snakeymon.
I'll tell you what's up with whazzuuuup and stuff....

Seems that there is a large area of ominizing looking cloud off to the south over Venezuela, and it appears to be coming this way.
Lots of distant flashes reflecting off the cloud-deck, and I think we will get some more drops of a moistening variety.

Oh well, I think last week I was saying it was getting a little dry around here........
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860. RTLSNK
1:54 AM GMT on October 13, 2012
Quoting pottery:


WAH !!

Was out since 3:00pm, and everywhere we went we saw lightening down this way.
Just got home to find 3" in the gauge! Leaves and small branches everywhere and my workshop is wet, so it must have blown around a bit too.

Going to check the main blog to see what's what, what ?


Pottery my good man, it's not "what's what" anymore.
As the kids say now a days, that's so "Retro".
I'm not sure what retro means exactly, but I think it
means you are old or something.
Today the kids say "what's up".
Well, that's not exactly what they say.
They sort of slur it if you know what I mean. :)

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859. pottery
1:33 AM GMT on October 13, 2012
Quoting RobDaHood:
Have had the WV Loop up for the last 3 hours.
If Pottery isn't getting wet today, there is no hope.

Hey RTL
Hey Skye!

Outside watching the wildlife.
Hawk got chased out of trees by squirrels twice.
Will has not put in his appearance yet.


WAH !!

Was out since 3:00pm, and everywhere we went we saw lightening down this way.
Just got home to find 3" in the gauge! Leaves and small branches everywhere and my workshop is wet, so it must have blown around a bit too.

Going to check the main blog to see what's what, what ?
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858. RTLSNK
12:58 AM GMT on October 13, 2012
Quoting Skyepony:
SNK~ If I don't get a freeze this year I'll have to attack the passionfruit or it will take the house. I've always been bad for planting things that get out of control.


ROFL, that sounds like the "Morning Glory Monster" we had in Arkansas. SugarBear found what was called a "Water Obelisk" at one of the nurseries there. It looked like a windmill frame with four legs and a water pipe going up through the middle to the top where there was a four wand water swivel. It stood about 10 feet tall. I ran a water line in the ground from the back of the house and connected it to the bottom of the water line at the base of the Obelisk. I connected the water line to the hose bib at the back of the house under the back deck. When you turned on the water it would spin the top wands around and water the yard in a 40 foot circle.

She decided it needed some vines growing on it so she planted 4 each Morning Glory vines at all 4 of the legs at the base. She had never planted Morning Glories before that time. :)

A Morning Glory is the vine from Hell. All 16 vines started to grow. They ran up the legs, they crossed over to all three of the other legs, they reached up beyond the four water swivels and they stopped going around, they grew up about three feet above the Obelisk and then started to bend over and grow back down and around. When you looked out from our back deck into the yard there stood a 13 foot tall green Monster.

It took me two days of cutting that thing to find the Obelisk again. I dug up all sixteen of them and threw the entire pile of vines and roots into the woods behind the house on top of the ground. The next spring we looked out and the crazy things had somehow rooted themselves and were taking over the woods.:)
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857. RobDaHood
11:13 PM GMT on October 12, 2012
Mind you, these aren't city squirrels, these are scrappy country squirrels!
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856. RobDaHood
10:59 PM GMT on October 12, 2012
Have had the WV Loop up for the last 3 hours.
If Pottery isn't getting wet today, there is no hope.

Hey RTL
Hey Skye!

Outside watching the wildlife.
Hawk got chased out of trees by squirrels twice.
Will has not put in his appearance yet.
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855. Skyepony (Mod)
10:12 PM GMT on October 12, 2012
SNK~ If I don't get a freeze this year I'll have to attack the passionfruit or it will take the house. I've always been bad for planting things that get out of control.
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854. RTLSNK
10:04 PM GMT on October 12, 2012
Quoting RobDaHood:
I seem to recall that every time RTLSNK plants something that is supposed to be a dwarf or pygmy variety that it grows into a monster that he then has to spend 3 days attacking.

I'm sure that won't be the case with the purple thingy...:o)


Whats so funny is when the nursery says the plant you are buying is called a "Giant", you just naturally figure its a really big grower.

When they tell you its a "Pigmy" or a "Dwarf" plant you figure its a little plant.

So she puts the Giants in the back of the garden and the little ones in the front. At the end of the summer some of the little ones turn out to be Giants and some of the Giants turn out to be little.

Then I have to dig them both up and switch places. :)
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853. RTLSNK
9:59 PM GMT on October 12, 2012
Quoting goofyrider:
Suns up, the 13 # 's of Boston Butt are on the weber, the apple wood is smokin. and the water bath is streaming..    Can't have too much pre op intel.  Think they would have checklist RTL.  Assume your on ice.   One year ago SW had a series of catheters shoved up her right arm in a convenient path when the widow maker was repaired. Took about 6-8 weeks for the pain to be tolerable.   Lots of ice and rest and elevation did the trick.   


Yes, all of the above. Had 22 incisions from the ankle to the groin along the inside of the left thigh. The big veins he melted with the RF wire inside the veins and the smaller ones he just pulled out with a plyers. LOL

Today is only 12 days since the surgery so I guess I have a ways to go yet before I stop complaining.:)
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852. RTLSNK
9:54 PM GMT on October 12, 2012
Quoting TomballTXPride:

Love the Crimson Pygmy Barberry, RTLSNK! Is that a native grower or is that a transplant from a local nursery?

I'd like to furnish the plantation with some of those along with a couple Cherrybark Oaks and a couple Siouxland Cottonless Cottonwoods.


It's not a native, we get them from a local nursery.
And Shep is correct, the thing has thorns from hell. :)

When the Chipmunks and Squirrels give them a wide berth,
you know not to mess with them!
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851. RobDaHood
9:05 PM GMT on October 12, 2012
Well, it's quitting time here.
(sorry to folks in different time zones, but hey, you got to sleep later)
For those of you that aren't here over the weekend, have a good one! For the rest of you, see you later tonight or in the morning.
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850. RobDaHood
6:29 PM GMT on October 12, 2012
Wow Goofy, that's pretty high tech.
Kinda make me feel like a cave man. Never measured the CO, just watch the amount and color of the smoke and peek at the thermometer once in a while.

LOL

Of course, if the neighborhood noses are pointing up, you must be doing it right!
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849. goofyrider
5:20 PM GMT on October 12, 2012
Checkin the grill found 20 ppm CO next to the smoke vent.  Wish you see these butts.  Nice crisp looking surface and smell is noticeable.   Friend of the SW was over to advise on prunes for the back 40.  Said she was going nuts trying to figure out where the smoke house was.  She laughed when she realized it was from the grill.   Temps seem to climbing too fast at 165-175 in 5 hours.   Last three hours are usually tricky.   
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848. RobDaHood
4:49 PM GMT on October 12, 2012
Hey Guys!
Yes, TGIF!

I think Goofy has the best plan for the day. Have been eating some great burritos every day for lunch from the pork roast I did last weekend.
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846. toddluck
3:11 PM GMT on October 12, 2012
good lord is it friday yet?
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845. goofyrider
3:07 PM GMT on October 12, 2012
Morning Pott:Link to thorn thing:  http://landscaping.ab out.com/od/hedgesfences /p/barberry_bush.htm
Think Shep may be on to something.  Looks nice .We used something like this.  The LRT is EB on the curb line fo Essex St in JC.   2ft strip 4 ft sidewalk and 2 ft strip next to curb.  We used  a pyracantha   http://www.usna.usda.gov/Newintro/mohave.pdf to keep people and pets away from the equipment that passed within 25 clicks per hour.   Have to go see how it stood up to the city life.
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