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Good morning DR, breezy out and rain for the next few days.....flood waters have started to recede, wonder if a new record is gonna be set.
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GOODMONDAYMORNINGDIESELRAM.... Looks like sun today, put a new seat cover on Old Red yesterday.
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OOOHHH by the way about how the CHIEFS
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Them boys play good football, took the big trophy.
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Doc says I'm in pretty good shape for an 83 year old guy.....one of these days I need to tell him I'm 59.


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Rainy 50's and no dumptrucking.
Went by the tool discount place and bought up some sockets missing from my tool box.
Thinking about a welder that'll pulse TIG AC-DC at 120v & 220v and a foot pedal is included.
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Doc says I'm in pretty good shape for an 83 year old guy.....one of these days I need to tell him I'm 59.


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Good morning DR, long day at work yesterday due to a failed ignition switch on the truck.....stayed after hours and installed it in the dry hanger..... took extra time due to the wrong part from O'oopsies, took the original switch the second time around. Easy change part just have a T20 screwdriver minimum 4 inches long. Set up the fuel injection system on the company 310....runs much better Every once in a while you need to remined the boss on why he pays my salary
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A lil overcast today, did my income tax, I had tons of write offs, but I still had to pay $146.00. Big disappointment, I thought I'd be getting back a couple of grand. The wife gets back $1400.00 from her business. Sometimes you just can't win.
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Good morning DR, mid 30s and wet, putting panels on a 310 so they can go scare themselves. SMH, wonder what the next thing to break is gonna be
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I survived. I really expected to be fired when I walked in to work yesterday. Things got a little (okay, a lot) heated the day before and again yesterday morning. It turned into a management conference call hosted by THE BOSS. Will good come out of it? If it does, how long will it last? I'm not holding my breath. Dollars always prevail over safety.
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Teens and windy, snowing again. Weather has been a yoyo the past week. Rain, freezing rain, and snow. Temperatures below zero to above freezing. I have to replace my printer because the old stove pipe leaked when it warmed up and thawed. The wife thought that was a good place to set it.
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A lil overcast today, did my income tax, I had tons of write offs, but I still had to pay $146.00. Big disappointment, I thought I'd be getting back a couple of grand. The wife gets back $1400.00 from her business. Sometimes you just can't win.
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Doc says I'm in pretty good shape for an 83 year old guy.....one of these days I need to tell him I'm 59.


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