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Cypress Sun

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  1. I just tried my sink with a powerful magnet and you're right, the rim is magnetic but only on the straight edges. Learned something today! As I understand it, some of the stainless refrigerators are not magnetic either. So much for fridge magnets. I never reuse foil or Ziplocs, seem like a good way to get food poisoning.
  2. From what I've read about the underwater drone is that it has stealth capabilities and is all electric. Pretty neat!
  3. And she thinks that's a smart move...except The dishes will still have to be done sooner or later. Most stainless sinks are not magnetic. What happens when someone wants to use the sink, now you get to do the dishes and mop the floor. Why is there aluminum foil hanging on the wall?
  4. Congrats to both of ya'll!
  5. I forgot to post the article about it. https://sabr.org/gamesproj/game/may-5-1904-cy-young-pitches-a-perfect-game/
  6. In the World Series era. Rather than celebrate a foreign country's battle victory...I prefer this accomplishment. I'll raise my glass to Mr. Young today!
  7. Maybe he has a woman come in once a week to clean up!
  8. Oddly enough, this is todays Bizarro comic.
  9. And beer refrigerator, giant tv? Why is the bed made...is he expecting female company?
  10. Not only that but to a young boy, some of the swimming/water rescue scenes were rather revealing in some of the earlier black and white Tarzan movies. Looking back now, I'm surprised that they were shown during the late 60's on tv. Some kids might have said Shazam, I always said Ungawa!
  11. I highly recommend this rifle for EVERYONE shooting in the Silver Senior Category, especially those who reside in Florida.
  12. Didn't know that, thanks...really. I think that touching her buttons would not bring me good luck at all according to Mrs. Sun
  13. He doesn't, he chases the fireman while nipping at his ankles the whole time. It's by design, makes the fireman pedal faster enroute to the fire.
  14. I could have found a better location for the pry bar!
  15. Rolling Stones 9v battery tester.
  16. The good thing about the 9v batteries is that everyone has a built-in battery tester...their tongue. Easy to tell the good ones from the weak, bad or almost bad. I did the test once with a new battery and my gal asked if it was a good battery. I said, no honey...completely dead (it was brand new and STRONG), you try it. She said, you're sure to which I said, sure I'm sure. She tried it...boy was she pissed.
  17. I always buy my Energizer in multi-packs of 4 or 8 for about $2.75 each battery. I change out the 2 smoke detector batteries every time change and have other devices that use them also like powder scales and clock backups. I also have a stud detector or at least I used to...don't leave the battery in it or you won't have one either.
  18. I've rolled a few in my own neighborhood. I come to almost a complete stop and look for traffic but technically, I'm running a stop sign. I never do it in unfamiliar areas, especially residential neighborhoods. I seem to see more and more people just blow right through stop signs (red lights also) without even tapping the brakes while staring at their damn cell phones.
  19. I'm with CC. It's been altered, still has historical significance but not the same as original condition. I appreciate the article though...what not to do with a historically significant relic and firearm! I'll give a hundred dollars for it though! Side note - I did find the Guns of the St Valentines Day interesting. Didn't know that the two Thompsons used in the shooting were recovered and have pictures. Didn't know the only survivor, the dog, was so traumatized that it had to be put down shortly after the event. Although the '97 theory is somewhat (wildly) assumptive...I did like the article.
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