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mini

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I wonder if we made a wax figure of Mini, and then melted it, if we'd get Roscoe... -MellerYeller

Roscoe

Bah. I'm awake. Barely. Overcast and warm here. No one scheduled to report in which means half my caseload will call or come by. May try to sneak off to leave a note for one of my probationers who lives near Mini's ancestral homeland, in the National Forest north of Jerusalem. He lives about 20 miles- no exaggeration- down a dirt road.
Potstirrer and snoop extraordinaire   "I have friends in overalls whose friendship I would not swap for the favor of the kings of the world."- Thomas Edison

Nelle

@work.

Eating strawberries for breakfast. Already ready for Friday afternoon. :)

The Purple Fuzzy


Lynx

"Do you sing at church?"
"Yes I sing at church, I sing at home, at work, in the car, at the supermarket, at Wal-Mart..."
:sing: :sing: :sing: :sing: :sing: :sing:

Roscoe

Shew. Been busy.
Ok, I exaggerated yesterday. I checked the mileage- from my parole's front door to pavement was 17 miles. This was AFTER I'd driven almost 20 miles out of town to get to the dirt road.
 I actually enjoyed the drive and the alone time.
 Then today, my  work- sistah and I went out and spent most of the day cruising around checking on her bad folks. Now I am counting down the last hour, having just done paperwork on another offender who was arrested last night- one that absconded from me and has not been seen by me since sometime prior to August or 19. He has amassed 18 new criminal charges since then, with the vast majority of them being felonies.

I would enjoy a cake. I would say I could use it, but it is apparent that I could not, by looking in the mirror and the lying scale.
Potstirrer and snoop extraordinaire   "I have friends in overalls whose friendship I would not swap for the favor of the kings of the world."- Thomas Edison

Lynx

Quote from: Roscoe on May 15, 2020, 09:14:42 pmI would enjoy a cake. I would say I could use it, but it is apparent that I could not, by looking in the mirror and the lying scale.
You sound like my grandma.

"Hey Grandma, want a slice of this buttermilk pie?"
"Well... I don't really need it..."
"Nobody eats a slice of buttermilk pie because he needs it. There's a whole different reason we eat buttermilk pie."
"Do you sing at church?"
"Yes I sing at church, I sing at home, at work, in the car, at the supermarket, at Wal-Mart..."
:sing: :sing: :sing: :sing: :sing: :sing:

The Purple Fuzzy

No, we did not NEED the cake but it was good. ;)

Roscoe

:hi:
 It's rained most of the day. I got up semi-early, loaded Sam on my buddy's trailer and escorted him to the shop for the beginning of his rear axle upgrade. If everything goes right in a couple weeks or so, Sam will have a highspeed rear axles, new transmission, clutch and assorted parts, rebuilt starter and will be in good cruising shape. I've been accumulating parts for this since I brought him back from the wilds of Oklahoma last year.

I also went and mowed my kid brother's yard. Then the bottom apparently fell out of the sky while I was gone because I returned home to a lake. Now I'm sitting here, contemplating tomorrow's sermon, and chilling.
Potstirrer and snoop extraordinaire   "I have friends in overalls whose friendship I would not swap for the favor of the kings of the world."- Thomas Edison

Roscoe

Urgh. This place is a ghost town. Where did everyone go?!?
Potstirrer and snoop extraordinaire   "I have friends in overalls whose friendship I would not swap for the favor of the kings of the world."- Thomas Edison

The Purple Fuzzy

I'm making lunch for Chel & also cooking Oatmeal cookies. I have to make 2 batches. One for hubby and gluten free for Chel.

Roscoe

Quote from: The Purple Fuzzy on May 18, 2020, 04:05:49 pmI'm making lunch for Chel & also cooking Oatmeal cookies. I have to make 2 batches. One for hubby and gluten free for Chel.
Tell Chel and the kiddos I said Hi. Wish they'd check in here more, but I expect with a toddler and a new one, here time to do so is limited at best. LOL
Potstirrer and snoop extraordinaire   "I have friends in overalls whose friendship I would not swap for the favor of the kings of the world."- Thomas Edison

Lynx

Quote from: Roscoe on May 18, 2020, 03:42:04 pmUrgh. This place is a ghost town. Where did everyone go?!?
I am eating a big bowl of crab pasta and enjoying this new (to me) laptop I picked up for a really good price. 32 gigs ram, 4 gigs ram on the video card. I already set it up with all my music making stuff except for one thing. The last piece of the puzzle is Jamstix, which I am going to buy and download today. When everything is set up just so, I will make a backup image of the whole system.

Aren't you glad you asked? :p
"Do you sing at church?"
"Yes I sing at church, I sing at home, at work, in the car, at the supermarket, at Wal-Mart..."
:sing: :sing: :sing: :sing: :sing: :sing:

Nelle

I stopped at McDs and grabbed a sweet tea and a sausage/egg/cheese McGriddle. I was getting the biscuit version, but I like the moistness of the McGriddle instead. Lots of sugar tho between the drink and the bread. LOL. Oh well.. I'm half asleep so maybe it'll help me stay awake until lunch.


Big ole mess yesterday with our internet people. I finally managed to ring the bell hard enough to get a manager to call me and then a different manager called me once they were on-site. I think we FINALLY got our internet issue fixed. Only took like two months. Had to miss 3/4 a day of work to do it too. Glad it's over. We almost cancelled on them due to lack of communication/professionalism.. as well as ya know, not getting what we paid for. :)

@work, obviously. Have an appointment at the auto shop to get my tire repaired. I have had the WORST luck with tires since moving to IL. I feel like I periodically get flat tires now. This time I SAW the screw/nail when I had to stop and air up my tire so we know the problem with that one. My other issue is that its twin tire seems to be having an issue with pressure, but I didn't see an obvious reason for it yet. Hopefully they'll be able to patch them today and I can get the quote for new tires... and then sell some organs. LOL.




mini

Quote from: Lynx on May 19, 2020, 10:49:00 am
Quote from: Roscoe on May 18, 2020, 03:42:04 pmUrgh. This place is a ghost town. Where did everyone go?!?
I am eating a big bowl of crab pasta and enjoying this new (to me) laptop I picked up for a really good price. 32 gigs ram, 4 gigs ram on the video card. I already set it up with all my music making stuff except for one thing. The last piece of the puzzle is Jamstix, which I am going to buy and download today. When everything is set up just so, I will make a backup image of the whole system.

Aren't you glad you asked? :p

Wait...you are eating crab pasta at 5 in the morning?

:ugly:
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I wonder if we made a wax figure of Mini, and then melted it, if we'd get Roscoe... -MellerYeller

Roscoe

:hi:
I'm at work too. Started out the morning eating a snack cake and sipping on a Dr. Pepper. Sipping being key, it'll last me all day. Oh, and I text-tormented Galoot.
Went home last night and smoked a pork roast in gravy. Decently tasty, but Lou didn't care much for it. And I mowed the yard. Tonight, when I get in, I shall load up the trailer with a bunch of scrap metal and move closer to getting the yard neat. That is if it isn't raining again.. I am SOOOO sick of rain. :pound:
Potstirrer and snoop extraordinaire   "I have friends in overalls whose friendship I would not swap for the favor of the kings of the world."- Thomas Edison

Roscoe

Absolutely beautiful day today. I did just as I planned yesterday evening, with one exception. I couldn't stand the length of my hair anymore so I went begging to a friend and had him buzz it. Both of the hairs. LOL. Then I went home, took Chey to borrow her aunt's four wheeler, and loaded up the trailer with a load of scrap metal. Friday, I shall haul it off and my place will look so much better...
Potstirrer and snoop extraordinaire   "I have friends in overalls whose friendship I would not swap for the favor of the kings of the world."- Thomas Edison

The Purple Fuzzy

The barbers finally opened here. But not the one my hubby usually uses. He went to another one. He said it's not really what he wanted but better than it was. It should last until his real barber opens June 1.

Lynx

May 21, 2020, 01:38:04 am #168 Last Edit: May 21, 2020, 01:40:06 am by Lynx
Quote from: mini on May 19, 2020, 02:12:57 pmWait...you are eating crab pasta at 5 in the morning?

:ugly:
I'm not big on appropriate times for certain foods. I'll eat a tuna sandwich (a very large one) for breakfast or a sausage biscuit for supper, depending on what my stomach is in the mood for.
Quote from: Roscoe on May 19, 2020, 03:30:25 pm:hi:
I'm at work too. Started out the morning eating a snack cake and sipping on a Dr. Pepper. Sipping being key, it'll last me all day. Oh, and I text-tormented Galoot.
That's one thing I never got the hang of. I am not an accomplished sipper. I chug. I'll drink a quart or more and be good for four hours instead of taking a sip every ten minutes.

I do understand stretching it out though. When I was a kid we would nibble on a treat. We referred to it as "lasting" the treat - we made it last longer, and made "last" a verb.
"Do you sing at church?"
"Yes I sing at church, I sing at home, at work, in the car, at the supermarket, at Wal-Mart..."
:sing: :sing: :sing: :sing: :sing: :sing:

The Purple Fuzzy

Today is my little Bobby's birthday. Two years can sure go by fast.

Roscoe

Happy Birthday to my buddy. Yeah, time has flown by.
I'm ready for today to fly on by. Gonna be off four days if I can survive until 4:30...
Potstirrer and snoop extraordinaire   "I have friends in overalls whose friendship I would not swap for the favor of the kings of the world."- Thomas Edison

Nelle

Aww.. Love wee one's birthdays. :) Happy Birthday to little Bobby! haha..

@Work, but almost gone. I'm taking off work tomorrow, ya know.. to make the weekend four days instead of three. I'm calling it a mental health day.

This COVID19 business enabled me to have a "telehealth" checkup today instead of spending a good hour+ on an actual office visit. That was different but nice.

I think we are getting wings from Buffalo Wild Wings tonight for supper. I love all the "family meal deals" restaurants are really focusing on right now. It's handy for people like us. :)

Lynx

Quote from: Roscoe on May 21, 2020, 05:51:24 pmHappy Birthday to my buddy. Yeah, time has flown by.
I'm ready for today to fly on by. Gonna be off four days if I can survive until 4:30...
If I can just hold out till tomorrow
If I can just hold out till tomorrow
If I can just hold out till tomorrow
I know the Lord's
A-gonna bring
A better daaaaaaaaay

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EpWug9m45EM
"Do you sing at church?"
"Yes I sing at church, I sing at home, at work, in the car, at the supermarket, at Wal-Mart..."
:sing: :sing: :sing: :sing: :sing: :sing:

The Purple Fuzzy

Looks like we've got another storm rolling in.

Roscoe

Pretty here. Not that I am doing anything with it. I slept in and sat around inside, fixing to go to church and feed the sheep. I shore hope they like beans and taters. :lol:
 Kinda dismayed today. Lou has been wanting to move to town and sell our place, which I have steadily rejected. But yesterday, we found the perfect place. 2800 sq foot, Craftsman built in 1928, absolutely, exactly what I wanted in a nice neighborhood. Needed interior paint and that was it. Looked all through it (it was unlocked) , fell in love, found out it was a repo and amazingly cheap at $63k. Ran numbers, talked with my banker friend and could have refinanced our place and bought that one out right....Realtor  called me back this morning. It had set empty for over a year. They accepted a bid on it Friday. We missed it by ONE stinkin' day! One of very few houses in town that would have caused me to move. :pound:
Potstirrer and snoop extraordinaire   "I have friends in overalls whose friendship I would not swap for the favor of the kings of the world."- Thomas Edison