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Today 12:03 AM
Fun sized
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Originally Posted by JGreen06TJ View Post
I was just joking with him about putting the locker in. I'll do that myself in the spring before I start going out with the club again. I'm trying to do more of my own work and learn more about the Jeep.
Yeah, working on the jeep yourself is good to do. One of the reasons I bought mine. I missed having something to tinker with
Yesterday 11:51 PM
JGreen06TJ I was just joking with him about putting the locker in. I'll do that myself in the spring before I start going out with the club again. I'm trying to do more of my own work and learn more about the Jeep.
Yesterday 11:37 PM
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I committed to my sisters house for dinner which is about 90 minutes away... So, 3 hours on the road and $50 in gas for turkey dinner. I'm not sure I made the right decision. Her fiancé is cool. He has an 05 Rubicon he stretched with Fox coilovers and installed full hydraulic steering and it's a beast. A friend of his has a YJ running on ton axles with 38" tires. I told them I'd pick up an Aussie Locker and some gear oil and we could play with my Jeep while waiting for dinner to be ready.
Gas and road trip for turkey AND jeep mods..that would be worth it. Especially if you enjoy the people that you're going to be with
Yesterday 11:34 PM
JGreen06TJ
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Originally Posted by Fun sized View Post
Yeah..Sandler is a dumbass but he makes me laugh anyway.
So what's the plan for thanksgiving ?
I committed to my sisters house for dinner which is about 90 minutes away... So, 3 hours on the road and $50 in gas for turkey dinner. I'm not sure I made the right decision. Her fiancé is cool. He has an 05 Rubicon he stretched with Fox coilovers and installed full hydraulic steering and it's a beast. A friend of his has a YJ running on ton axles with 38" tires. I told them I'd pick up an Aussie Locker and some gear oil and we could play with my Jeep while waiting for dinner to be ready.
Yesterday 11:27 PM
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That sounds like a score on the den. Fantastic. I think that was the best era for SNL. I liked some of the 90's stupid humor with Rob Schneider and Adam Sandler but that was just in your face stupidity, not real comedic skill.
Yeah..Sandler is a dumbass but he makes me laugh anyway.
So what's the plan for thanksgiving ?
Yesterday 11:17 PM
JGreen06TJ
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Originally Posted by Fun sized View Post
hey John. Life is good. Asked a friend for help with a small plumbing job. He came over to look at it tonight and offered to also install the new flooring in the den and give me a 50" tv for the den too. All I needed was to borrow his pex crimper, lol! Haven't watched snl in years. Love those old ones though. Belushi, Akroyd, Martin, Radner...that era.
That sounds like a score on the den. Fantastic. I think that was the best era for SNL. I liked some of the 90's stupid humor with Rob Schneider and Adam Sandler but that was just in your face stupidity, not real comedic skill.
Yesterday 11:13 PM
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Hey Brian, how's life treating you? Watching an old SNL they're running with a young Dan Akroyd and young Eddie Murphy. Funny stuff. The new SNL is almost unwatchable.
hey John. Life is good. Asked a friend for help with a small plumbing job. He came over to look at it tonight and offered to also install the new flooring in the den and give me a 50" tv for the den too. All I needed was to borrow his pex crimper, lol! Haven't watched snl in years. Love those old ones though. Belushi, Akroyd, Martin, Radner...that era.
Yesterday 10:56 PM
JGreen06TJ Hey Brian, how's life treating you? Watching an old SNL they're running with a young Dan Akroyd and young Eddie Murphy. Funny stuff. The new SNL is almost unwatchable.
Yesterday 10:45 PM
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I hate it here. Northern New England is where I belong, but there's no work. It's northern New England. It's normal. Though I am surprised they're talking about a foot and a half in southern Maine. Besides, look at Buffalo. We're fine.
First time flakes were flying here in NYC tonight on my drive in. Surprisingly only saw one accident on the way in. Then again it's early, the drinks haven't started leaving the bars yet. Tonight's even worse amateur night than New Year's Eve
Yesterday 10:38 PM
wrath0r
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Originally Posted by exrub View Post
Hey, wrath.

Glad you're faring well. However, I thought Bostonians were used to that stuff? JK

I miss my trips up that way. I especially enjoyed the time I stopped by Salem on Halloween. That was pretty cool.
I hate it here. Northern New England is where I belong, but there's no work.

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Originally Posted by SouthernBelle0621 View Post
JUST a couple feet?! We get a dusting here and everything shuts down
It's northern New England. It's normal. Though I am surprised they're talking about a foot and a half in southern Maine.

Besides, look at Buffalo. We're fine.
Yesterday 09:31 PM
JGreen06TJ
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Originally Posted by SouthernBelle0621 View Post
This is true.....
So what are we doing tonight that can be twisted to misbehaving?
Yesterday 09:08 PM
SouthernBelle0621
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Originally Posted by JGreen06TJ View Post
Will you be wearin your Jimmy Choos and your apron? I'm there! That's part of the fun. Anybody can behave. There are hundreds of threads here with people behaving...
This is true.....
Yesterday 09:05 PM
JGreen06TJ
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Originally Posted by jeepergurl67 View Post
The girls on this thread love rustic MEN! We aint into that metrosexual $#!t!!! I am rustic too! Infact I am going up to the mountains with a group of friends on Sat to go shootin! Thats my kinda fun!!!!
Will you be wearin your Jimmy Choos and your apron? I'm there!

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I meant setting me up for inappropriate comments lmao
That's part of the fun. Anybody can behave. There are hundreds of threads here with people behaving...
Yesterday 09:01 PM
SouthernBelle0621
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Originally Posted by JGreen06TJ View Post
Honey, I'm not trying to set you up, just showing you the possibilities... I've told you in the past when you've had enough tell me and I'll back off. Wanna talk about something else tonight? What's on your mind that's not work related? We can talk about Veggietales and upset everybody that doesn't have kids.
I meant setting me up for inappropriate comments lmao

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The girls on this thread love rustic MEN! We aint into that metrosexual $#!t!!! I am rustic too! Infact I am going up to the mountains with a group of friends on Sat to go shootin! Thats my kinda fun!!!!
Amen girlie!!! I wanna go shoot!!!
Yesterday 08:58 PM
jeepergurl67
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Originally Posted by whetstone View Post
You'd be surprised. Many moons ago I met a girl that came from a wealthy, stuffy, pinkies-up type family. Our first date was to a PBR event. It took her 6 months to realize that she doesn't like muddy farm boys . I'll always remember her describing me to her friends; "he's very.... rustic"
I think rustic is a fancy city word for hillbilly.
The girls on this thread love rustic MEN! We aint into that metrosexual $#!t!!! I am rustic too! Infact I am going up to the mountains with a group of friends on Sat to go shootin! Thats my kinda fun!!!!
Yesterday 08:58 PM
JGreen06TJ
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Originally Posted by SouthernBelle0621 View Post
Ugh you're setting me up tonight and I'm TRYING to behave.

I do tend to get the last word lol
Honey, I'm not trying to set you up, just showing you the possibilities...
I've told you in the past when you've had enough tell me and I'll back off.
Wanna talk about something else tonight? What's on your mind that's not work related? We can talk about Veggietales and upset everybody that doesn't have kids.
Yesterday 08:52 PM
SouthernBelle0621
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Originally Posted by JGreen06TJ View Post
You are something else, Cutie. Do you always get the last word? I'm good with that, just need to know up front. It'll save years of aggravation for both of us.
Ugh you're setting me up tonight and I'm TRYING to behave.

I do tend to get the last word lol
Yesterday 08:51 PM
JGreen06TJ
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Originally Posted by SouthernBelle0621 View Post
Most likely
You are something else, Cutie. Do you always get the last word? I'm good with that, just need to know up front. It'll save years of aggravation for both of us.
Yesterday 08:47 PM
SouthernBelle0621
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Originally Posted by JGreen06TJ View Post
Probably not...
Most likely
Yesterday 08:46 PM
JGreen06TJ
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Originally Posted by SouthernBelle0621 View Post
Probably
Probably not...
Yesterday 08:46 PM
SouthernBelle0621
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Originally Posted by exrub View Post
There's a first time for everything.
I only go to bed early when there's a good reason to. No reason to tonight, I'll just stare at the ceiling and cough up a lung.
Yesterday 08:45 PM
exrub
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Originally Posted by SouthernBelle0621 View Post
Yes sir I will try to. No guarantees though I'm not used to going to bed at a reasonable time. Hope your Thanksgiving is wonderful!
There's a first time for everything.
Yesterday 08:44 PM
SouthernBelle0621
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Originally Posted by wrath0r View Post
Checking in to report on the New England weather. In southern New England (e.g. Massachusetts, where I'm at), we're getting some heavy (weight, not volume) snow. Northern New England is getting the real stuff, but just a couple of feet so no big deal. Here in the Boston metro area, everyone is panicking as if this does not occur several times a year. It's just an inch of slush, people!
JUST a couple feet?! We get a dusting here and everything shuts down

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Originally Posted by JGreen06TJ View Post
Maybe, maybe not...
Probably
Yesterday 08:43 PM
exrub
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Originally Posted by wrath0r View Post
Checking in to report on the New England weather. In southern New England (e.g. Massachusetts, where I'm at), we're getting some heavy (weight, not volume) snow. Northern New England is getting the real stuff, but just a couple of feet so no big deal. Here in the Boston metro area, everyone is panicking as if this does not occur several times a year. It's just an inch of slush, people!
Hey, wrath.

Glad you're faring well. However, I thought Bostonians were used to that stuff? JK

I miss my trips up that way. I especially enjoyed the time I stopped by Salem on Halloween. That was pretty cool.
Yesterday 08:40 PM
exrub
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Originally Posted by JGreen06TJ View Post
Damn man, you've been hanging around for a while. Should have jumped in and said hello earlier.
Ha ha. I didn't jump in until my stress level was really high as we got close to the deadline for the financial statements. Mind you, I'm the IT audit manager so financial statements is boooooring to me.
Yesterday 08:40 PM
JGreen06TJ
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Originally Posted by SouthernBelle0621 View Post
And idk, maybe we're a phase for y'all old men lol
Maybe, maybe not...
Yesterday 08:39 PM
wrath0r Checking in to report on the New England weather. In southern New England (e.g. Massachusetts, where I'm at), we're getting some heavy (weight, not volume) snow. Northern New England is getting the real stuff, but just a couple of feet so no big deal. Here in the Boston metro area, everyone is panicking as if this does not occur several times a year. It's just an inch of slush, people!
Yesterday 08:37 PM
SouthernBelle0621
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Originally Posted by exrub View Post
Uh-oh! Busted!!! Well, this old man is tuckered. Will you consider my suggestion of getting some well-deserved rest? Also, try a short meditation beforehand, it may help. You sound like you're better, and I'm sure John will be around to help if you need. Have a wonderful evening and a Great Thanksgiving!
Yes sir I will try to. No guarantees though I'm not used to going to bed at a reasonable time. Hope your Thanksgiving is wonderful!
Yesterday 08:36 PM
JGreen06TJ
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Originally Posted by exrub View Post
Oh, my bad...your background/permanent file. Remember? I've been perching for a while. Actually since prior to when you came aboard.
Damn man, you've been hanging around for a while. Should have jumped in and said hello earlier.
Yesterday 08:35 PM
exrub
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Originally Posted by SouthernBelle0621 View Post
Stalker alert!!!!
Uh-oh! Busted!!!

Well, this old man is tuckered. Will you consider my suggestion of getting some well-deserved rest? Also, try a short meditation beforehand, it may help. You sound like you're better, and I'm sure John will be around to help if you need.

Have a wonderful evening and a Great Thanksgiving! That's to both of you.
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