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  posted on 7/20/2020 at 09:25 PM
128 guests, I'm the only one logged in.

What's this thing we are doing here?

I ate an early dinner with my wife, she cooked salmon and some potatoes. She took some stuff to Goodwill and I was supposed to distance-visit an friend with early ALS, but he wasn't feeling good so we postponed. Went to Target, their mask mandate went into effect today, about a 1/3 of the customers in the store were not wearing masks. Inventory was not restocked from weekend shoppers. Wife watched some exhibition baseball, she went to bed and I put on the 2017 Jax-Pit AFC Playoff game for background. I wasted some time on ebay. Going to do some sit ups and push ups and off to bed.

 

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  posted on 7/20/2020 at 10:11 PM
Watched a monster grand slam as the White Sox beat the Cubbies again tonight........
 

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  posted on 7/23/2020 at 11:36 AM
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128 guests, I'm the only one logged in.

What's this thing we are doing here?



Sometimes lately I even wonder if it's worth trying to keep the place up.

Then again, I'm retired and got plenty of time to get on when it's either too hot or too rainy to work in the vineyard.

 

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  posted on 7/23/2020 at 12:02 PM
Wooohooo, we got 4 registered users online right now.

 

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  posted on 7/23/2020 at 12:23 PM
Checking in, usually reading and staying out of the discussions. Not interested in defending Trump all the time anymore either. I still think he will win re-election, because of the failure of the democrats to nominate a strong candidate and his pro-America economic policies. Other than that, its too ugly out there to share different opinions on sensitive topics.

 

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  posted on 7/23/2020 at 12:30 PM
Just went to the Guestbook. It's deader than the Whippin Post. No posts since July 4th.

 

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  posted on 7/23/2020 at 01:34 PM
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Checking in, usually reading and staying out of the discussions. Not interested in defending Trump all the time anymore either. I still think he will win re-election, because of the failure of the democrats to nominate a strong candidate and his pro-America economic policies. Other than that, its too ugly out there to share different opinions on sensitive topics.


The Charity Challenge says talk is cheap. Back your words. Easy to speak silly talk. Still giving 1.5 odds for you to take Trump, the great one for $100. Crickets?

I do agree with you - at this stage, defending Trump would be difficult.

 

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  posted on 7/23/2020 at 02:22 PM
We did it, and didn't even have to take two weeks. We've got 5 registered users on line.

 

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  posted on 7/23/2020 at 05:53 PM
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Checking in, usually reading and staying out of the discussions. Not interested in defending Trump all the time anymore either. I still think he will win re-election, because of the failure of the democrats to nominate a strong candidate and his pro-America economic policies. Other than that, its too ugly out there to share different opinions on sensitive topics.


The Charity Challenge says talk is cheap. Back your words. Easy to speak silly talk. Still giving 1.5 odds for you to take Trump, the great one for $100. Crickets?

I do agree with you - at this stage, defending Trump would be difficult.


I'm gonna pass on this bet, only because I view 2020 thru a much darker and somber lens. Right now everyone is saying its Joes race to loose, but there is also this from the CATO Institute:

Poll: 62% of Americans Say They Have Political Views Theyíre Afraid to Share
50% of strong liberals support firing Trump donors, 36% of strong conservatives support firing Biden donors; 32% are worried about missing out on job opportunities because of their political opinions

https://www.cato.org/publications/survey-reports/poll-62-americans-say-they -have-political-views-theyre-afraid-share

 

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  posted on 7/23/2020 at 05:57 PM
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Poll: 62% of Americans Say They Have Political Views Theyíre Afraid to Share


If you put any faith in polls at all, this one says a lot.

I wonder why people would be afraid of wearing their MAGA hats?

 

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  posted on 7/23/2020 at 08:41 PM
Tonight we went into town and ate at Jim Shaw's. She had grilled catfish and scallops with a baked potato,I had fried catfish and butter peas with baked potato. Both of us started with a cup of clam chowder.

 

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  posted on 7/23/2020 at 08:54 PM
Reply to Big V

People will not wear MAGA hats due to violence from the opposing side.

As to the decreased number of users, there is censorship going on at Google now, and here also. There is so much going on and to come in this country. The country has been changed. There will be two more pandemics, bird flu [avian flu], and bacterial pneumonia. The financial crash-reboot will happen, forced vaccinations, etc.

Being ultra positive in times like this is like when they played happy music as people got off the trains to enter Auschwitz. The happy music did not change the events that were forthcoming.

 

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  posted on 7/23/2020 at 08:57 PM
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Checking in, usually reading and staying out of the discussions. Not interested in defending Trump all the time anymore either. I still think he will win re-election, because of the failure of the democrats to nominate a strong candidate and his pro-America economic policies. Other than that, its too ugly out there to share different opinions on sensitive topics.


The Charity Challenge says talk is cheap. Back your words. Easy to speak silly talk. Still giving 1.5 odds for you to take Trump, the great one for $100. Crickets?

I do agree with you - at this stage, defending Trump would be difficult.


I'll bet, but I want odds. 2:1. Biden is already atleast -160/150 so he is favored.

I do not think Trump wins but I have been wrong often on wagers and won.

So you put up $200 and I put up $100. Biden wins, I donate $100. Trump wins you donate $200.

 

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  posted on 7/23/2020 at 09:21 PM
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Tonight we went into town and ate at Jim Shaw's. She had grilled catfish and scallops with a baked potato,I had fried catfish and butter peas with baked potato. Both of us started with a cup of clam chowder.


Manhattan or New England chowdah?

 

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Peach Extraordinaire



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  posted on 7/24/2020 at 06:17 AM
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Checking in, usually reading and staying out of the discussions. Not interested in defending Trump all the time anymore either. I still think he will win re-election, because of the failure of the democrats to nominate a strong candidate and his pro-America economic policies. Other than that, its too ugly out there to share different opinions on sensitive topics.


The Charity Challenge says talk is cheap. Back your words. Easy to speak silly talk. Still giving 1.5 odds for you to take Trump, the great one for $100. Crickets?

I do agree with you - at this stage, defending Trump would be difficult.


I'll bet, but I want odds. 2:1. Biden is already atleast -160/150 so he is favored.

I do not think Trump wins but I have been wrong often on wagers and won.

So you put up $200 and I put up $100. Biden wins, I donate $100. Trump wins you donate $200.


You get the same odds as offered to goob. You can decide whether to play or not. If you belive in Trump winning, then the odds shouldn't matter. If and when the algorithm changes, you'll be the first to know.

 

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  posted on 7/24/2020 at 06:37 AM
I think it would help if the forum didnít log you out so often.
 

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  posted on 7/24/2020 at 08:08 AM
I think things have been slowing down here for quite awhile. More so on AG and definitely since the ABB called it a day. Topics use to cycle in and out and back in at a pretty decent pace. Seems like it has gotten pretty stagnant lately though. Every once and awhile it will get a little busy , but not like it use to. The WP seems to see the most traffic due to the political climate of our country in the present day. I stay out of here for the most part for various reasons, unless I need a good laugh or some entertainment.

This really is my only form of social media that I use. Great people on here who have vast knowledge and interesting onions when it comes to music and other things. I enjoy being on here.
I do not really visit any other message boards as often as this one. Just some musical gear ones I will drift in and out of here and there.

 

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  posted on 7/24/2020 at 08:56 AM
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I think things have been slowing down here for quite awhile. More so on AG and definitely since the ABB called it a day. Topics use to cycle in and out and back in at a pretty decent pace. Seems like it has gotten pretty stagnant lately though. Every once and awhile it will get a little busy , but not like it use to. The WP seems to see the most traffic due to the political climate of our country in the present day. I stay out of here for the most part for various reasons, unless I need a good laugh or some entertainment.

This really is my only form of social media that I use. Great people on here who have vast knowledge and interesting onions when it comes to music and other things. I enjoy being on here.
I do not really visit any other message boards as often as this one. Just some musical gear ones I will drift in and out of here and there.


Where are these interesting onions you mentioned? Now Iím hungry.

 

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  posted on 7/24/2020 at 09:32 AM
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Checking in, usually reading and staying out of the discussions. Not interested in defending Trump all the time anymore either. I still think he will win re-election, because of the failure of the democrats to nominate a strong candidate and his pro-America economic policies. Other than that, its too ugly out there to share different opinions on sensitive topics.


The Charity Challenge says talk is cheap. Back your words. Easy to speak silly talk. Still giving 1.5 odds for you to take Trump, the great one for $100. Crickets?

I do agree with you - at this stage, defending Trump would be difficult.


I'm gonna pass on this bet, only because I view 2020 thru a much darker and somber lens. Right now everyone is saying its Joes race to loose, but there is also this from the CATO Institute:

Poll: 62% of Americans Say They Have Political Views Theyíre Afraid to Share
50% of strong liberals support firing Trump donors, 36% of strong conservatives support firing Biden donors; 32% are worried about missing out on job opportunities because of their political opinions

https://www.cato.org/publications/survey-reports/poll-62-americans-say-they -have-political-views-theyre-afraid-share


People can share all the opinions they want. There's a Republican President, the GOP controls the Senate and SCOTUS has fresh GOP appointments.

People aren't scared of sharing their views, they're scared of owning them.

 

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  posted on 7/24/2020 at 09:55 AM
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Checking in, usually reading and staying out of the discussions. Not interested in defending Trump all the time anymore either. I still think he will win re-election, because of the failure of the democrats to nominate a strong candidate and his pro-America economic policies. Other than that, its too ugly out there to share different opinions on sensitive topics.


The Charity Challenge says talk is cheap. Back your words. Easy to speak silly talk. Still giving 1.5 odds for you to take Trump, the great one for $100. Crickets?

I do agree with you - at this stage, defending Trump would be difficult.


I'll bet, but I want odds. 2:1. Biden is already atleast -160/150 so he is favored.

I do not think Trump wins but I have been wrong often on wagers and won.

So you put up $200 and I put up $100. Biden wins, I donate $100. Trump wins you donate $200.


You get the same odds as offered to goob. You can decide whether to play or not. If you belive in Trump winning, then the odds shouldn't matter. If and when the algorithm changes, you'll be the first to know.


I don't believe in him winning. I just like action on things and with no college football futures I guess I'm feeling a little dull at the moment. Betting on Trump winning is a dumb bet, but I've made dumb bets and sometimes they even win. But when I bet a dog I want odds in my favor.

 

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  posted on 7/24/2020 at 10:29 AM
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Checking in, usually reading and staying out of the discussions. Not interested in defending Trump all the time anymore either. I still think he will win re-election, because of the failure of the democrats to nominate a strong candidate and his pro-America economic policies. Other than that, its too ugly out there to share different opinions on sensitive topics.


The Charity Challenge says talk is cheap. Back your words. Easy to speak silly talk. Still giving 1.5 odds for you to take Trump, the great one for $100. Crickets?

I do agree with you - at this stage, defending Trump would be difficult.


I'll bet, but I want odds. 2:1. Biden is already atleast -160/150 so he is favored.

I do not think Trump wins but I have been wrong often on wagers and won.

So you put up $200 and I put up $100. Biden wins, I donate $100. Trump wins you donate $200.


You get the same odds as offered to goob. You can decide whether to play or not. If you belive in Trump winning, then the odds shouldn't matter. If and when the algorithm changes, you'll be the first to know.


I don't believe in him winning. I just like action on things and with no college football futures I guess I'm feeling a little dull at the moment. Betting on Trump winning is a dumb bet, but I've made dumb bets and sometimes they even win. But when I bet a dog I want odds in my favor.


I hope that we're going to have college football, but I have doubts on that more than on the election outcome. I could really enjoy college football this fall, but...we'll see. I did enjoy watching the Yankees & Nats last night before the rains came. I'm a liftime Yankee fan but haven't bet sports in 30 years. Betting on election outcomes is much easier.

Trump is a barking dog for the 1.5:1 odds. Maybe will change. On the Hillary bet I offered before, for new takers, I'll make that 10:1.

 

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  posted on 7/24/2020 at 06:51 PM
What are you hippies fighting about? Donít you all have weed gardens to tend to? I was just playing catch-up in this thread and those cagey posts are awfully familiar to me. Itís great to see everybody is doing well.

 

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  posted on 7/24/2020 at 08:36 PM
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I think it would help if the forum didnít log you out so often.

I heartily agree!!!....If I had an option to 'Stay Logged in' I could more readily bounce around and perhaps find some exchanges that were not so narrowly circumscribed (music and otherwise!)

 

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  posted on 7/24/2020 at 08:41 PM
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Tonight we went into town and ate at Jim Shaw's. She had grilled catfish and scallops with a baked potato,I had fried catfish and butter peas with baked potato. Both of us started with a cup of clam chowder.


Manhattan or New England chowdah?


New England. They used to offer Manhattan until they tried out the New England on us. they never went back.

 

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  posted on 7/24/2020 at 08:44 PM
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I think it would help if the forum didnít log you out so often.

I heartily agree!!!....If I had an option to 'Stay Logged in' I could more readily bounce around and perhaps find some exchanges that were not so narrowly circumscribed (music and otherwise!)


Hey DOVETAIL, haven't seen you in a long time.

I can log on in the early morning and stay on all day, as long as I'm posting. Go dormant for about a half hour, logged out.

 

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