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Mar 7, 2018 05:40:43   #
Your title was very accurate. All of the photos are remarkable.
Thanks for posting.
Mar 4, 2018 13:38:14   #
Thanks for the camera info. Really nice photos you posted.
I'm on my way to pick up that Browning today.

Surprised to see that your foxes look to be about twice the size of the ones at my place. I didn't realize ours were so small. If I get a good picture of one, I'll post it to you.
Mar 4, 2018 06:23:57   #
I like the detail in your trail camera pics. The cameras I now use (Moultrie and Stealth cam) do not give that clarity. What model of Browning is it?
I have to get myself one.
Mar 1, 2018 13:33:07   #
berchman wrote:
Almost all sunglasses sold now have 100% UV protection. But UV rays can be reflected from the back of the lens to the eye so get anti-reflection coated lenses and lenses which have broad coverage from the side.

Thanks berchman, thats very helpful and are things we'll look for when buying sunglasses.
Mar 1, 2018 13:17:59   #
[quote=kdogg]Had both of mine done at the age of 50,young age for this type of surgery. I immediately noticed a change in color perception and contrast. It was like I had been looking through a pair of panty hose for years. am now 62 and I need reading glasses for computer work and reading. Once a year I go to Walmart and get 3 pair of reading glasses for $7.00 and I am good to go till next year, I'm hard on reading glasses.

My wife had cataract surgery about 6 months ago and now is finding that she is very sensitive to light. She has read that it is best to have 100% UV protection sunglasses. Do you know of any sunglass company that sells sunglasses that fir this criteria??
Feb 25, 2018 00:24:45   #
I live in the (People's Republic of) Boulder Colorado.

It's been snowing all night. So the morning goes like this;

8:00 I made a snowman.

8:10 A feminist passed by and asked me why I didn't make a snow

8:15 So, I made a snow woman.

8:17 The nanny of the neighbors complained about the snow woman's
voluptuous chest.

8:20 The gay couple living nearby grumbled that it could have been
two snowmen instead.

8:25 The vegans at No. 12 complained about the carrot nose, as
veggies are food and not to decorate snow figures with.

8:28 I am being called a racist because the snow couple is white.

8:31 The Muslim gent across the road wants the snow woman to wear a

8:40 Someone calls the cops who show up to see what's going on.

8:42 I am told that the broomstick of the snowman needs to be
removed because it could be used as a deadly weapon.

Things get worse after I mutter : "Yeah, if it's up your

8:45 Local TV news crew shows up. I am asked if I know the
difference between snowmen and snow-women?

I reply, "Snowballs" and am called a sexist.

8:52 My phone is seized and thoroughly checked while I am being
blindfolded and flown to the police station in a helicopter.

9:00 I'm on the news as a suspected terrorist bent on stirring up
trouble during this difficult weather.

9:10 I am asked if I have any accomplices.

9:29 A little known jihadist group has claimed it was their plot.

Moral: There is no moral to this story. It's just the America we live
in today!
Feb 24, 2018 22:00:45   #
What, pray tell is an 'average golfer'?
Loved the joke but the phrase confuses me.
Jan 8, 2018 14:06:07   #
Huey Driver wrote:
My experience with requesting to speak with someone in the US varies. I have found more recently that they are very reluctant to transfer and some won't period. Guess they aren't making money if they don't complete the call. I think they should have to pay for my blood pressure medication and any medical problems after the phone call?

I agree on BP control and I believe they also wouldn't understand it when you tell them to "Kiss your grits".

It might help you to get your frustration under control if you did.

Best of luck.
Jan 8, 2018 10:05:01   #
Thruxton wrote:
I'm deaf and have to compromise the condition with hearing aids. Can hardly use a phone anymore so got a Caption Call device to monitor conversations. Even now I have to ask he caller to slow down and speak more clearly. Most try to cooperate but the caption errors are sometimes comical in the context of the conversation.

Anyway, you might try a similar tactic when you have to speak to these folks who use English as a second language. Slow down, E-N-U-N-C-I-A-T-E.....

Good suggestion and I agree with you.

I too suffer from loss of hearing but with the newer 'aids' that I bought at Costco, I can connect to my cell phone via bluetooth. I now can understand 90+% of most words on telephone calls.
When it comes to listening to the TV thats a different story. The people on TV news and weather try to talk as fast as possible and then my comprehension goes down fast.
Jan 7, 2018 16:19:44   #
jerryc41 wrote:
Xylitol is now being added to some peanut butters as a sweetener. It can be deadly to dogs.

Very good advice. When I told that to my neighbor who is a retired dental hygienist, she said Xylitol also prevents cavities.
I told her that would be good to know when I'm on the 'throne'.
Dec 21, 2017 07:50:05   #
Thats a definite 'Thumbs up'
Dec 19, 2017 08:20:43   #
This might help explain the 'plain planes'

What was that 'plane' white aircraft doing at the airport?

Aircraft bearing 00-9001 tail and no other distinct markings seen at the Tallinn Airport in Estonia. (Anna Zvereva, Wikimedia Commons)

JACKSON HOLE, WYO - A mysterious-looking plane parked in the private jet tarmac section of the Jackson Hole Airport over the weekend raised suspicion from a few studious and/or conspiracy theorist types.

The plane was a repurposed Being 757 in plain white wrapper design with no markings other than a tail number marked "00-9001." Internet research indicates the plane is likely one of only a handful (some sources claim the only) that is owned and operated by the US government.

Similar aircraft, painted in an all-white color scheme with little to no markings (some have also a US flag emblem) have been sighted at various airports around the globe. They bear consistent tail numbers that are never tracked by public software like FlightAware.

Most reports indicate these aircraft are often referred to as converted 757-23A, or a version of Boing's C-32B, usually wearing what may or may not be US Air Force tail numbers or serial numbers. The non-descript design is intentionally low profile so as not to stand out when the plane travels to various countries with less-than-favorable attitudes toward the USA.

The aircraft is has been attributed to the 486th Flight Test Squadron, known to be associated with Eglin Air Force Base in Florida. It is thought to be operated by Special Ops groups within the State Department, Central Intelligence Agency, or Foreign Emergency Support Team (FEST).

The aircraft has been used to fly officials of various government agencies around the globe, providing worldwide dedicated rapid response airlift for the Department of Defense. It is reportedly on call 24 hours a day for emergency response. It was last spotted, photographed, and documented on the Internet at Tallinn Airport in Estonia on September 1, 2017.

Airport director Jim Elwood said the aircraft spotted in Jackson Hole was here conducting high altitude training.
Dec 14, 2017 12:17:59   #
fourlocks wrote:
You could add moth balls to the list of repellants. I get mice looking to nest inside my off-season equipment stored in my shed so I scatter moth balls in and around the engine and that seems to keep them away. This works for pretty much any mammal including humans so don't try them inside any living area in your house, though.

I also found mothballs seem to work for mice but not for ground squirrels. I have ground squirrels digging nests under the concrete slab of our barn. I stuffed about 10 mothballs into every opening and pounded dirt into the holes to seal them. Two days later the squirrels had pushed the dirt and the mothballs out from under the barn and were still using the holes. The squirrels weren't bothered by fresh mothballs and I tried this supposed remedy at least a half a dozen times and each time they just pushed the mothballs out of the holes. Bummer....
Dec 11, 2017 20:43:29   #
You meet the nicest people living in the country.

I was walking out of a farm store this morning after buying some electric fencing materials and:

A nice woman was walking out in front of me towards the parking lot.

She turned towards me while walking and said,
“Did you hear about the two potatoes that got married?”

I must have had a quizzical look on my face as she continued on by saying,
“They had a little tater and named it sweet potato.”

I thought that was cute so I smiled and she continued on by saying’
“Sweet potato told her parents that when she grew up she wanted to marry Tom Brokaw”.

“They said you can’t do that…..He’s just a common tater”

I have to admit I chuckled all the way to my truck. Glad I walked out with her.

Dec 4, 2017 18:46:59   #
IMHO you should look at both forms as one form (the POLST) is simple to complete as its only one page. I only completed it because my Dr. recommended it to have in place in case of an accident or stroke. The person who would normally make care decisions for me (my wife) is so reluctant to put down any animal ( our cats, dogs, chickens, or any wildlife), that I don’t want her to control my end-of-life decisions.
The POLST was the form recommended to me.

Others may have spouses that are in agreement with your thoughts on how you want to be cared for when you can’t make decisions for yourself.
I think thats a wonderful thing to have if both people agree on what, end-of-life decisions, each person wants.
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