Saturday Late Edition


Hey! Better late than never they say.

My internets won’t be here until Tues, that’s the rumor anyway.

So I will post a few days ahead and will be unable to respond to any questions, issues, or fights that might break out in my absence.

Martha will still be making the donuts and Rodney with the coffee, any complaints about culinary issues will be handled by Helen Waite, if you need help, go to Helen Waite.


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13 Responses to Saturday Late Edition

  1. David B. Benson says:

    Glad you are done moving, Den.

    My excitement was the furnace not coming on. Seems the sensor needs new batteries. So bought the 2 AAA cells. Nuisance. Old bimetalic strip sensor didn’t need batteries.


  2. Den says:

    Doc, I maybe done moving but the job is just starting.
    Today I repaired the dryer duct formerly a bee hive to it’s former lint free glory, made a new connector pipe for it. Then had to change the dryer cord because the new socket was different than the old one.

    Moving on to the washer, after discovering the hose washers were 5 years old and leaked now, went to the local hardware store where in addition to the proper new hose, received a new yardstick and a handshake, how special is that?

    I think I’m going to like this place OK.


  3. Den says:

    Carol, That is nasty blood pressure, if you eat sugar or high fructose corn syrup in anything on a regular basis that alone will shove the pressure up, dietary causes of HBP are many, Google it!



    • º¿carol says:

      Sugar in my coffee, I like ice cream and Dove dark chocolates are always in the refrigerator door. I’ve been staying away from the chocolate and ice cream, but I can never get rid of sugar in my coffee.


  4. jimhitchcock says:

    This is what goes on at True Blue LA, a so called Dodger Baseball blog:

    Had a listen to a Rory posthumous acoustic CD over the past week, FB, Wheels Within Wheels.

    by jim hitchcock (railway) on 04.02.16 7:33pmup reply  flag

     Nice

    I’m on a Linda Rondstadt kick the last couple of days. What a voice.

    by Franklin Brock on 04.02.16 7:50pmup reply  rec  flag

    So sad her Parkinson’s is so bad she can’t sing at all anymore.

    A Bruin from Rapid City

    by Steve SD on 04.02.16 7:51pmup reply  rec  flag

    Really is.

    by Franklin Brock on 04.02.16 7:53pmup reply  rec  flag

    Yes, but thankfully it doesn’t take away from what she gave us, the sweetest, purest, most powerful voice most of us were lucky enough to ever experience, good on you, Linda Ronstadt.

    by jim hitchcock (railway) on 04.02.16 8:13pmup reply  flag

    Amen, brother . . . amen.

    A Bruin from Rapid City

    by Steve SD on 04.02.16 8:14pmup reply  rec  flag


    by Franklin Brock on 04.02.16 8:15pm


  5. º¿carol says:

    If lettuce were to actually help blood pressure, a person would probably have to eat many bowls of it a day. Mother Nature isn’t as reliable as the drugs.


    • Den says:

      Spinach raw beats lettuce any day for food value.

      I better sign off!

      No Fighting! No spitting! No donut tossing! Not pet residue, puleeeze!


  6. jimhitchcock says:


     Aunt Mary in Reno, last of the old guard, turned 96 a couple of days ago

    She had 4 boys with Uncle Norm, my dad’s best friend. Oldest doesn’t work, second has a medical practice in Reno, third lives off the grid, the youngest Kris works on an oil drilling platform in the Gulf of Mexico.

    Man, having kids must be hard; still, she persists.

    by jim hitchcock (railway) on 04.02.16 10:05pmreply  flag

    Turning 96 is awesome.

    I would also read a book or watch a movie about the intersecting lives of those four kids. Those descriptions are like four different Springsteen songs.

    by Eric Stephen on 04.02.16 10:08pmup reply  rec  flag

    Twice a year Kris flies out from Atlanta and we spend a few days at Mark’s cabin in the woods near Quincy, Ca. Mark generally brings his 4 kids, and often Mary. We wait till they’re in bed, then we spin pretty much true yarns until near sunrise. It’s kind of perfect.

    by jim hitchcock (railway) on 04.02.16 10:18pmup reply  flag

    This is like a Springsteen song.


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