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Utah Bob #35998

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  1. This one is AWESOME! HalloweenCoffeeShopPrank.mp4
  2. I guess I’m one of the few who wouldn’t bother with pictures if it was gioing to delay me another 30 seconds.
  3. It’s also the second full moon in the moth. Making it a Blue Moon!
  4. There are no specs except for surgical masks. Virtually any cloth covering will help to prevent you exhaling droplets containing virus. As far as a mask that protects you, the only mask available ifs the N95. That will protect You from inhaling the virus because of the way it’s constructed. People are very confused about masks due to the insane stuff they see on the Internet. I wear an N95. I cannot afford to contract the disease. It would be a death sentence for my wife if I passed it to her.
  5. and I said, “Hey, it looks like there might be a full moon on Halloween. And then I saw this. One weird year, 2020. https://www.wowktv.com/news/full-moon-will-shine-on-halloween-for-first-time-since-1944/?fbclid=IwAR2_NmI0kY9TLQcfyFdc5C2OZNdEx2NsG-zNW7EDUasFlcHE7HBLCvfqMts
  6. My sympathies are with the Rays, even though I’m a National League guy. If the Dodgers or the Yankees are in the series, I root against them. I hope an L.A. vs NY series never comes again. Last time was ‘81.
  7. Good idea. Back in the day I would have killed for a 3 Musketeers.
  8. Any words I could offer would be faint comfort. I will keep you in my thoughts and meditations.
  9. 1872 issue Collar but 4 instead of 5 buttons. Militias had a lot of variation in there uniforms.
  10. Definitely 1881helmets and 4 button sacks. The inventories of CW uniforms were extensive and continued to be worn by volunteer units for years after the war. And seeing as how they only got occasional use with the militia it’s no wonder they lasted a long time. They were close enough to current postwar styles to be acceptable. I would say most probably 1890-1902. https://www.spanamwar.com/9thmass.html That's all I have time for right now. Gotta head into town. By the way....they’re Irishmen.
  11. Definitely 1881helmets and 4 button sacks. The inventories of CW uniforms were extensive and continued to be worn by volunteer units for years after the war. And seeing as how they only got occasional use with the militia it’s no wonder they lasted a long time. They were close enough to current postwar styles to be acceptable. I would say most probably 1890-1902. https://www.spanamwar.com/9thmass.html That's all I have time for right now. Gotta head into town.
  12. Reminds me of the time I pulled over a suspected DUI. A couple had picked up a feral cat to adopt I guess. The husband had it stowed in a beach blanket while the wife drove. At some point, the cat decided to leave the confines of the blanket in a most aggressive manner. Then things got downright medieval. When I walked up to the car I thought it was a domestic battery case. Both of them looked like they had just crawled through some concertina wire. The lady explained the situation while the cat crouched in the back seat growling at everybody. I wished them luck in their efforts to domesticate the furious feline and bid them adieu.
  13. I guess I was lucky. Never had a problem with the M14 mags.
  14. Turns out the best tanker Garand was the M3 grease gun.
  15. I expect it’ll be gone by next weekend.
  16. Yup definitely got that fresh mouse gut. Is that a Southern Pacific species?
  17. Blustery day before the storm. Got the hoses drained, snowplow attached to the 4 wheeler, windshield cover on, mower stowed away, Tractor covered, furnace filter changed, snowthrower gassed up, sat dish cover on, latex paints stored in the heated shed. Now for a turkey grilled cheese sammich and more coffee. Looks like the blue sky is about done.
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