I wish. I'm more of a Mustang guy. Do you have a 69' Cobra Jet?
We are lucky indeed to have such great moms.
Did you notice that we lost a member in the Masters Army?
It's back down to 292. I wonder who left?
That's alright, there is always another potential member just around the corner.
Come one, come all! The Masters Army awaits!
That was a good one Lonny! Having good ol' W. dancing to Ram Jam's Black Betty. LOL!
Life's too short. No need for any extra negativity on the internet from me.
Like mom always said, "If you can't say something nice....."
I know right? Every time we have flooding around the Chicagoland area the local news covers it. Sure enough they interview homeowners that were affected by the flooding. You can guarantee that the story will mention how much the homeowner spent to fix their basement the last time it flooded, and how they plan to stay and fix it up again!
If we ever move, you better believe that we would do our homework first to find a house that doesn't flood every time it rains. LOL! Glad to hear that you had a good jam last night, and that you tweaked the e-drums, and got them to sound even better than before.
Thanks Lonny, for your well wishes.
Fortunately for us, we live at the top of a natural ridge/hill. So, we personally don't experience the flooding that occurs from rainfall. However, there is an area not too far from us where the basements seem to get flooded quite often. When we drive through that neighborhood, we can tell that the flooding was bad because of the piles of discarded carpeting that sit beside the trashcans at the ends of each driveway. The local park where we walk our dog has a man-made pond that has overflowed its "banks" by quite a bit. Nothing is really damaged by it, but it's very odd to see. It's like it's trying to hold twice the amount of water it was meant to hold.
The folks that really get hit the hardest are those that live next to a river in a floodplain. Although it's miles away from where we live, the Des Plaines River is notorious around these parts for flooding at the slightest bit of excess rainfall. D'oh!
Lonny, I haven't had a visitor message since January. All is well. I think the FBI is going to catch these idiots real soon. Then some swift retribution.
You are correct, every country on earth needs a plumber! LOL. Great to hear your mom is there, I moved to Hawkes Bay six years ago and all my immediate family slowly followed and now they are all here! All meaning my parents, my sister with her husband and daughter. Also my brothers two kids but he lives in another city, he's the "black sheep" LOL.
Hi Lonny, I think U.S. plumbers do better than us LOL. Yes born and bred in NZ, I like visiting overseas but doubt I would leave NZ permanently.
293 MA members is unbelievable! So close to 300!
292 MA members is a spectacular sight!
Wow. What a horrible day for those poor folks in Boston, who were just trying to enjoy one of their city's most popular events.
On a lighter note, I'm glad that you enjoyed 42. I wanted to go see it tomorrow night, but I've come down with a pretty nasty cold, and probably won't feel like sitting in a theater for 2 hours. I do really want to see it while it's in the theaters. I heard that it got good reviews, and had the highest opening day box office gross for any baseball movie ever.
So far, the five day weather outlook shows nothing lower for us then a daytime high of 45° on Friday, and plenty of rain.
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