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Old 6th October 2011, 06:06 PM   #3441
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That position sure is a favored Terrier thing, Asha can sleep for hours like that on my lap while i watch TV.
And about as photogenic as me, the moment i hit the button she turns her head, so disregard the bit of tongue sticking out. (on the other hand...)

Dang, still need a couple of hours to adjust from 89F in Holy Cow city to 30+ degrees lower here. (even lucky with the high temperature streak that started about a week ago)
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Old 6th October 2011, 06:13 PM   #3442
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That position sure is a favored Terrier thing, Asha can sleep for hours like that on my lap while i watch TV.
And about as photogenic as me, the moment i hit the button she turns her head, so disregard the bit of tongue sticking out. (on the other hand...)

Dang, still need a couple of hours to adjust from 89F in Holy Cow city to 30+ degrees lower here. (even lucky with the high temperature streak that started about a week ago)
Tell my ancestors hello for me I certainly enjoyed meeting you, Jacco.
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John, it felt like an OT gathering (*) with you driving the thousand miles to be there, real treat.

(*) 100% better in reality, than the common (pick any higher number) percent worse for most (cough ) web related stuff.
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Old 6th October 2011, 06:29 PM   #3445
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That position sure is a favored Terrier thing, Asha can sleep for hours like that on my lap while i watch TV.
And about as photogenic as me, the moment i hit the button she turns her head, so disregard the bit of tongue sticking out. (on the other hand...)

Dang, still need a couple of hours to adjust from 89F in Holy Cow city to 30+ degrees lower here. (even lucky with the high temperature streak that started about a week ago)
My Uncle Buddy lived in Houston and worked for NASA when he was alive. He rebuilt Alfa's as a hobby and I miss him and my Aunt Betty even now. Houston is HOT - AND MUGGY!!!! I liked Austin and Dallas much better. Austin is one of my all time fav cities - S.F. too - enjoying Nashville now.

Plant sum of these when you get back - but it will take a few years before they actually bear any fruit......
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I'm still recovering from grits.
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I use the spare one (old road warrior unit) to stream music off of internet via the optical TOSkink (yes - tosKink) output @ 96/24 - and it works pretty darn good - even compared A/B to CD player. Hmmmmmm........... tosKink - I feel a trademark application itch.... (It will pass soon - sort of like gas.)
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I'm still recovering from grits.


I give mine to da wife - she loves them...... I need lot's of butter and honey on mine - and I still don't really like 'em..

Nowwwwwww - the butter must be avoided - so pass 'em on to SWMBO.
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I give mine to da wife - she loves them...... I need lot's of butter and honey on mine - and I still don't really like 'em..

Wattzath, grits?
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