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Friday, February 19, 2021

*sounds of static as you tune the dials*.....

 

 

 "Hello Texas..... Hello Mississippi..... Can you Here ME?"

 

 


  

"The boobs are against the glass..  I repeat.. The boobs are against the glass........over"


Hurry home  it's almost Friday Femme Fatale.....


*meanwhile down south......




Hurry..... it's Friday Femme Fatale............




In all honesty I hope all of you down South are pulling through.


14 comments:

  1. Doing well. Had no power for 44 of 48 hours. No biggie. Have preps for tornado etc. Took care of two elderly neighbors. Have 2 generators, got them together at one house, got them full heat, water etc. Made meals, made sure they were ok. Also made sure the others home was freeze proofed so no broken pipes etc.
    We used the smaller generator for heat, fridge, one light and intertubes. My little town came together nicely to weather the storm. As usual TP, bread etc was cleared out but had plenty, enough to share when needed. 👍🏻
    Thinking of getting a F-150 hybrid with 7.2 kWh generator built in. Went through a great many gallons of ethel to keep 2 generators going. Will be needing to refill all four drums. 🤷🏻‍♂️ Also no biggie, we knew this would only last approx a week so we helped everyone we knew was in need. Baked a lot of bread. 😁🍞

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  2. Dammit I missed the boobs. They will be fine it basically ended today and so now all the liberal texans can get back to the jackassery.

    Information from reading and life experience and knowledge they got screwed in texas with their utility bills coming up. But most did it to them selves in one form or another with those variable rate plans they were sold thinking it would benefit them and not the seller. and the subsidized wind generation sink hole. Many want something for nothing and guess what. Unfortunately a lot of good people got caught up in it.

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    1. The worthless leftists in Colorado took over and mandated alternative energy sooner rather than later. Coal trains are hardly ever seen; lots of them coming from Wyoming would roll right on down to Texas-no more it seems. In a few years we will have an event to make what happened in Texas this week look pretty tame.

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  3. And the rest have good neighbors like SL above so most of the rest of the good people got taken care of. Son in Austin, every hotel room booked Wednesday eve. He was at work so I did all the calling. He is young and bull strong will be fine. I texted him adversity is the greatest teacher, these things become memories good or bad is determined by your outlook on life.

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  4. Pretty much fully recovered hereabouts. Had some rolling blackouts and low water pressure for a couple of days, but that's over and done with now. Just waiting for the last of the snow to melt and for those idiots in Austin to decommission all the windmills and replace them with nukes (that might take a while).

    Thanks for all your hard work, and best wishes to everyone else dealing with current events!

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  5. I don't recognize that model of radio, but I am assuming it is one of the old ham radios. Dip the plate,and peak the load. Yep, I have been a ham since 1972.

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    1. I'll VCO your Grid Dip and see you on 2 meter.

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    2. I'll se y'all on 12 - 16 GHz phased array antenna.

      That's right, I just ordered a Starlink base station for when I'm running a Church Camp in the Wellesville Mountain range this summer. It'll be faster'n my HOME DSL connection!

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  6. Live from east Texas...
    It's COLDER than a bankers vestigial heart down here. This winter crap sucks bigly!

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    1. But the real test is how many cold witches titties do you have down there?

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  7. There's nothing like power sliding a 2 ton vehicle on snow and coming out the far end still on the road and going in the right direction. The VW bug back in the 60's (much lighter vehicle) was an excellent power slider.

    Nemo

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  8. Very cold here in Lower Alabama but we only got a little snow. Going to test some rifle loads in the 50 degree weather today. Feels like summer time now!

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    1. You mean it got down to 30 degrees or so? That's picnic weather up here.

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  9. Ice storm of 98, we went two weeks without power. Below freezing during the day, well below freezing at night. Our wood stove kept us warm and fed. Propane appliances still worked. We invented the sport of cross country ice skating. Good times.

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