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Blizzard in New England

Post by andrema on Mon 27 Dec 2010, 11:03 am

The snow is starting to slow down after two days...all in, we got about 18 inches at my house!

Got a little bored this morning, so took a new shot of my U1:

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Post by porschefan on Mon 27 Dec 2010, 11:17 am

Nice shot, Mark.
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Post by docrwm on Mon 27 Dec 2010, 11:21 am

Nice shot. We have had 2.5 inches here, which is a lot for us. Hope you're staying warm.

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Post by andrema on Mon 27 Dec 2010, 12:54 pm

docrwm wrote:Nice shot. We have had 2.5 inches here, which is a lot for us. Hope you're staying warm.
It actually isn't too bad. We get 1 or 2 storms like this a year. Just snowblowing stinks...my plow guy retired and my wife bought me a snowblower instead of calling another plow service Rolling Eyes

One of these days, face down in a snow bank....dead Very Happy


Funny story --- I was snowblowing my front walkway and the snowblower made a strange noise. So like a good man should, I kept going...then it stalled out. Soooo...I turn the key off and go around to the front to check out what the deal was. I then see what happened. For Christmas, my wife likes to have lights out for a "festive environment"...so like a good husband should, I put the lights on the house, the porches, the kids playhouse, down at the street at the mailbox...everywhere! This makes me feel good because my wife didn't have the best time growing up and I do what I can to let her "relive her youth".

Back to the story...when I look at the front of the snowblower, I see two ends of an exension cord...still plugged in and everything. So I go to the garage, grab some wirecutters and proceed to free-up my snowblower. 1/2 hour later, I am back at it. God I love the snow!!! Smile
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Post by bodypeersur on Mon 27 Dec 2010, 1:17 pm

Cold enough here to snow but no precipitation. As for the pic...AWESOME! Also glad to hear that you didn't freakin ELECTROCUTE yourself Mr Accountant! Shocked Hopefully you UNPLUGGED the extension cord before you went to work with the wirecutters! Laughing
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Post by docrwm on Mon 27 Dec 2010, 5:18 pm

bodypeersur wrote:Cold enough here to snow but no precipitation. As for the pic...AWESOME! Also glad to hear that you didn't freakin ELECTROCUTE yourself Mr Accountant! Shocked Hopefully you UNPLUGGED the extension cord before you went to work with the wirecutters! Laughing

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Post by porschefan on Mon 27 Dec 2010, 5:21 pm

bodypeersur wrote:Cold enough here to snow but no precipitation. As for the pic...AWESOME! Also glad to hear that you didn't freakin ELECTROCUTE yourself Mr Accountant! Shocked Hopefully you UNPLUGGED the extension cord before you went to work with the wirecutters! Laughing

Stallone wouldn't unplug wires... Arnold wouldn't unplug wires... Mark wouldn't unplug wires... but then two of the three have plugged something into themselves.


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Post by docrwm on Mon 27 Dec 2010, 5:26 pm

porschefan wrote:
bodypeersur wrote:Cold enough here to snow but no precipitation. As for the pic...AWESOME! Also glad to hear that you didn't freakin ELECTROCUTE yourself Mr Accountant! Shocked Hopefully you UNPLUGGED the extension cord before you went to work with the wirecutters! Laughing

Stallone wouldn't unplug wires... Arnold wouldn't unplug wires... Mark wouldn't unplug wires... but then two of the three have plugged something into themselves.


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Post by porschefan on Mon 27 Dec 2010, 5:28 pm

...nope...



"talent" Laughing

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Post by docrwm on Mon 27 Dec 2010, 5:53 pm

porschefan wrote:...nope...



"talent" Laughing


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Post by porschefan on Mon 27 Dec 2010, 5:55 pm

dumb ass luck
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Post by docrwm on Mon 27 Dec 2010, 6:05 pm

porschefan wrote:dumb ass luck

Oh, DAL. That explains everything.

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Post by porschefan on Mon 27 Dec 2010, 6:14 pm

Talent or not, DAL always helps.
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Post by bodypeersur on Mon 27 Dec 2010, 6:31 pm

I've known a couple actors and musicians that were totally awesome, but didn't have the DAL so never really made it. One guy did some stuff in Nashville. His name was Tim Malchak and he and I were going to try and break into the business years ago. He went and got together with a guy and called themselves Malchak and Rucker. Cut some CDs but apparently not lucky enough. He was an awesome vocalist! WOW! Just Googled him and he's now a Christian musician. Go figure.
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Post by andrema on Mon 27 Dec 2010, 10:36 pm

bodypeersur wrote:I've known a couple actors and musicians that were totally awesome, but didn't have the DAL so never really made it. One guy did some stuff in Nashville. His name was Tim Malchak and he and I were going to try and break into the business years ago. He went and got together with a guy and called themselves Malchak and Rucker. Cut some CDs but apparently not lucky enough. He was an awesome vocalist! WOW! Just Googled him and he's now a Christian musician. Go figure.
Come clean duff...you were the 5th Beatle, weren't you. The sassy, but rough tambourine player.


BTW- Dis you meet those "actors" in the adult "tree porn" industry
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Post by bodypeersur on Tue 28 Dec 2010, 9:45 am

I'm not talkin either way Mark.
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Post by porschefan on Fri 31 Dec 2010, 12:32 am

bodypeersur wrote:I'm not talkin either way Mark.

That's a first. Laughing
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Post by bodypeersur on Fri 31 Dec 2010, 4:49 pm

Did I put you on FOE as well as that other guy Tim??? I can't see your response! Laughing
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Post by docrwm on Fri 31 Dec 2010, 6:58 pm

What a Face

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Post by Oen Htrad on Mon 03 Jan 2011, 1:33 pm

Snow is good. I look great in white.
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