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The Ham bone is connected to the ........
Age:
64 years old
Birthday:
April 22, 1953
Gender:
Male Male
Location:
USA
Interests:
Artist since 2nd grade. Chess player since 2 yrs old. Used to drag race NHRA and showed Dobermans. Gun collector and love western movies. Oh, and started playing Guitar again after I retired.

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  1. In Topic:Whats On Your Mind Today? Thread.

    14 November 2017 - 11:08 PM

    Mr. Gibson said:

    1510544226[/url]' post='1892120']
    Helped my friend sort his bison a few weeks ago. You'll never get the wild outta those animals,that was downright dangerous sorting to say the least. I've seen horseflies but never saw a gatefly before. The fn buffalo dug his horns in a 6 ft solid wooden gate and was running down the alleyway with the gate stuck to his horns,couldn't even see the buffalo just the gate going.

    I would have loved to see that one. I watched a video way back of a guy getting way too close to one in S.D. Filming it and the Bison hit him once with his horns sending him flying up a tree. Some people think there tamed.

    Digger said:

    1510552079[/url]' post='1892125']
    Ha! And you lokes reckon its dangerous in Oz!

    Our gates never go on a rampage....well hardly ever~

    It is dangerous here too. Think more people get hurt here thinking they can photo shoot them too close or feed them. I used to watch lots of people get out of their cars in YellowStone to either feed or take pictures of bears on the road.

    Digger said:

    1510687701[/url]' post='1892418']
    My Bosch battery drill died on me yesterday just when I really needed it! I reckon it's only 18 months old and it cost something like $300. I paid that thinking I might get a drill that lasted a bit longer, but price is no guarantee of quality it seems. I was in town getting new lens in my glasses and afterwards picked up a Makita drill with a 3 year warranty for a couple of hundred dollars. It will be the batteries that go before the warranty ends and they will be half the price of the drill so they get you either way. Bloody planned obsolescence!

    I don't do a lot of work with a drill but you have to have one, so what do you do?

    I'm only able to work outside until lunchtime these days and then come in in a lather of sweat and totally buggered! Sign of things to come.

    Big year! New tractor AND a new battery drill all within a few months...Grin~


    Sorry it's so hot there now, sounds bad too soaking wet from sweat. We have plumbing problems I've been working on.
  2. In Topic:Place To Store All My Guitars

    14 November 2017 - 10:39 PM

    I store 4 in the rack, 2 in their cases and one on the wall.
  3. In Topic:What's for breakfast,lunch, or dinner?

    14 November 2017 - 10:28 PM

    Chicken tenders at lunch and beef stew and salad for dinner.
  4. In Topic:What the latest song you've been playing on your guitar?

    14 November 2017 - 10:26 PM

    I've always loved My little deuce coupe so learned it the other day.
  5. In Topic:How Do You Get Your Internet?

    14 November 2017 - 10:21 PM

    We used to have cable, but they changed it to wireless. We have boxes next to the TV's that are hooked to them and plugged in the outlets. We plug the computer into any outlet and they run off Airport. The cable system worked all the time but this new service is frustrating as computer & TV service just goes out sometimes and we're without both. Go get them back on it takes unplugging the box from the TV and outlet and letting it sit several minutes. Then hooking it back up and try it. Sometimes it takes several times doing that to get both back on. There's a monthly bill also.

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    Retired 

    07 Sep 2016 - 21:04
    Thanks G Mac, I appreciate it. Yes he's our only grand baby so far. Grayson will be two Nov.17 I believe. I already have him into trains, "I retired from the Railroad," and Guitars! Deb and I are giving him his 1st guitar this Christmas, just a cheap Ukulele he can strum on with grandpa.
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    G Mac 

    06 Sep 2016 - 22:31
    Hey, Shere Khan! Thanks for visiting my profile. You're the first one! I enjoy the posts that you've made(the ones I've seen).
    I'm guessing that's your grand baby, yes? Adorable! Hope all's well with you... G Mac.
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    Retired 

    07 May 2015 - 07:41
    Im guessing I'm supposed to say something here. I am just a Grandpa who plays guitar. Guess that makes me a Guitarist Grandpa, just like a normal Grandpa, except much cooler! Lol
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