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    Just Preparing for the early 2000's. Spare Tubes.


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    Back on ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by xxl View Post
    ...rest of chart here:
    Apparently my movie is a Scorcese Drama with Jessica Chastain and Natalie Portman.

    Oh, and I'm keeping busy by still working 6 days a week. Apparently I am essential. Being essential feels like entirely too much responsibility, I want to be demoted to "sometimes nice to have around."
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    Quote Originally Posted by LWP View Post
    Apparently my movie is a Scorcese Drama with Jessica Chastain and Natalie Portman.

    Oh, and I'm keeping busy by still working 6 days a week. Apparently I am essential. Being essential feels like entirely too much responsibility, I want to be demoted to "sometimes nice to have around."


    That actually sounds like a very cool film. I'd watch that.

    I ran the metrics for a friend of mine, and she gets Waititi directing Nicholas Cage and Kevin James in a romance.

    I'd watch that too, the way you'd watch a car crash or train wreck; simultaneously morbidly fascinated and inexorably repulsed.
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    To Velodog,

    Good URL that actually works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EverydayRide View Post
    And if you're fawkin bored...
    I dunno, I have 189 miles on the road in the past 7 days. Never within 25 feet of another person.
    Of course I'm sure...that doesn't mean I'm right.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by EverydayRide View Post
    Youth, wasted on the Young.

    Is that Basin City in the distance?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SPlKE View Post
    Is that Basin City in the distance?
    She is Swiss, (CH) and the russian music and her steps are not sync, from what I read in the comment sections. So the russian music is superimposed. If I were a guessing man, I'd say, Bodensee Obersee AKA Lake Constance, nearing her danse studio?
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    This should keep you busy for a few days.


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    Quote Originally Posted by EverydayRide View Post

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    Clearing out old files... papers from filing cabinets. I shredded enough paper to fill (5) 13 gallon trash bags Sunday. Came across papers/folders from 1995 and have one more two drawer cabinet to go through.

    Waiting for some glass shelves to be delivered so I can complete the bathroom project... should have them before the end of next week!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ROAD&DIRT View Post
    Clearing out old files... papers from filing cabinets. I shredded enough paper to fill (5) 13 gallon trash bags Sunday. Came across papers/folders from 1995 and have one more two drawer cabinet to go through.

    Waiting for some glass shelves to be delivered so I can complete the bathroom project... should have them before the end of next week!
    You could have scanned it all and put it on a micro SD!
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    I continue to work, only at home. Itís more convenient to work at home than in the office, you donít have to spend time on the round trip





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    Got laid off late March (downturn in DOD work), so now itís lots of booze and porn. Lolz.

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    Making progress. Good thing the mail is still running. Iím waiting on parts, but Iíve gotten most of the side windows done, and Iím about to finish up the Vintage Air install. Dragged the folding top down from the attic and stripped it down. Going to take a bit to get it ready for painting. Itís pretty bad.





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    Yesterday we dug up stuff and spread a shitload of mulch.

    Today is rainy.

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    Working, riding and worshiping.

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    One of my favourite YouTube Channels, same noses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10ae1203 View Post
    Yesterday we dug up stuff and spread a shitload of mulch.

    Today is rainy.
    Yesterday was rainy. Today is sunny so I went for a ride on an alternative MUT since the one near me is closed due to the mayor's order. It was crowded. When the bureaucrat forces people away from one area, the will just go to another.

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    rode 32 miles in perfect weather, stopped at a food truck for puerco verde tacos and a horchata.

    after that, did some yard work, and am now working my way thru the bourbon collection.

    will make some dinner and then check out a couple of episodes of Ozark on HBO.
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    I'm running about 40 miles a week and biking about 120 a week. Also hiking on my lunch break or walking since the gym is closed. Working harder and longer (not kode) because I'm taking up some slack for the people working from home. It's getting tiring, and when people email me from home asking me to do something, I'm starting to decline unless they are above me. Get your ass in to work if you need to do something at work, sorry it's getting old.
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