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    Re: Happy Birthday Surfer Joe !!!

    Wow. I've been negligent and haven't been here for reasons that may not sound very authentic.

    I got my right knee replaced - that's not the reason why I've not been here though. I've been in...
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    Re: Cambelt or Timing Chain?

    This is new to me - rolling back the odometers on Japanese vehicles.

    Don't they use the same e-cell type consumptive chips to prevent that? I would think that a scanner could pick it up almost...
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    Re: Please Advise On A New Tablet For Me

    Thanks, Dugi.

    I will never ever buy any of iPoo stuff since I dislike designed-in monthly obsolescence.
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    Re: Please Advise On A New Tablet For Me

    I've got a trip to Missoula (next largest town near here) and I'll check them out.

    Thanks.
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    Re: Cambelt or Timing Chain?

    Criminy!

    I only thought I retired at the age of 61 and that was with 49 yeas in the trenches of one kind or another - but all were 'mechanical' by nature.

    Now it's 2017 and I find I'm still...
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    Re: Please Advise On A New Tablet For Me

    Bumpity-bump!

    Hey - no ideas? That's not typical of F1
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    Please Advise On A New Tablet For Me

    My Samsung Galaxy Tab S finally died a horrible death and I'm looking for another - although I don't want to spend as much as I did on that Tab S unit. I really like Samsung's attitude - although...
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    Re: Roll call 2017

    Richard: " Is nobody having computer/Windows problems any more? "

    Windows?
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    Re: capsaicin as pain relief

    I totally agree with PC here - and now we know the area of expertise PC has. That information is exactly as my doctors have told me:

    When your quality of life is impacted, then is the time to do...
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    Re: Roll call 2017

    Do you mean they came to Rightsideup Land?

    Metla still owes me a beer.
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    Re: capsaicin as pain relief

    KD: "It seems to reduce the pain from osteoarthritis in my hip."

    Not being nosy - but as we age we actually wear things out - like hips, knees, elbows, etc., and I wonder if you're gonna tough it...
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    Re: capsaicin as pain relief

    Are you taking it orally?

    Very interesting to find it is a supplement in some foods and drinks. For some arcane reason, I don't like to think it's in what I eat or drink without my knowledge and...
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    Re: Roll call 2017

    "Here" is so Zen.

    I ache, therefor I am.
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    Re: capsaicin as pain relief

    Once as a dumb kid, I had a sprain that hurt later on in the evening and I grabbed a product called "HEET" that came in a bottle with a dauber inside. I had seen my dad use it some times, and I just...
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    Re: Highlighting Question

    Dugi says: "Unless of course up there on the wrong side of the planet black is white ?"

    Be as snide as you like - WE'RE going into the warm season now and youse guys get ------- penguins!
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    Highlighting Question

    On my Samsung tablet, I have a highlighter that allows me to color any written lines in one of four colors.

    Since I believe that getting black type on white "paper" as it were on my screen, uses...
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    Re: R.I.P. Chuck Berry

    Help me, information, get in touch with my Marie. She’s the only one who’d phone me here from Memphis Tennessee. Her home is on the south side, high up on a ridge. Just a half a mile from the...
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    Re: R.I.P. Chuck Berry

    Would you believe that I typed that on my tablet with a stylus?
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    Re: R.I.P. Chuck Berry

    Chickasaw Bluffs
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    Re: R.I.P. Chuck Berry

    Rock, R&B, Pop and Southern Soul (1960-1970)

    The effect of the British Invasion on black pop
    There is a large consensus that the British Invasion hindered early 1960s pop music by...
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    Re: R.I.P. Chuck Berry

    Stage presence is something that not many people have. It's unmistakable when you see it though. Chuck had it in spades.

    On my other front: My knee is well ahead of the curve for recuperation....
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    Re: R.I.P. Chuck Berry

    Chuck Berry's "No Particular Place To Go" is my favorite: teenager troubles with a faulty seatbelt makes a great story.

    My first exposure to him was when we lived in Norfolk Virginia, where...
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    Re: Blood on the carpet and couch

    Hydrogen peroxide. It has the extra oxygen to digest the protein in the blood.....or so I have been told.

    I know with my anticoagulation that I have a lot of spontaneous bleeding. .
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    DW Said it - Not Me.......

    "Today's news is a daily apocalypse"

    von: Deutsche-Welt Zeitung - bei: PBS/Seattle.

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    Germany's Merkel: "Send Them All Back"
    By Tim Hume on Feb 9, 2017
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    Re: Anyone using 'Neighbourly'?

    And Webster was a conservationist since without the spurious 'u', there's a lot less ink wasted.
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