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Old 10-31-2011, 08:47 PM
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Talking Md's November pull up a chair and chat thread

Oh boy, here we go. The year is just slamming by. I can't believe the weather we've had this year. Record hot, record rain, now record snow. I'm still rolling around on the "wheels" so there won't be any snow plow action, OR MONEY, for me this year. I'll be glad to sit here by the wood stove, and post. The surgery went well, and by the first of the year, they tell me I will walk again. Guess I'll have a HUGE honey do list saved up, eh?

On a more serious note, we've had a changing of the guard here in Maryland, Jr can finally take a break.

Jr took the chapter that was about to fall on it's face, and built it back up. I think we all need to stand, and bow to him, he did a great job, especially when you stop to consider that he is self employed, and many times, he barely walked in the house, and jumped right on the fte business. I'm pretty sure that his home life suffered at times because of it, so THANK YOU Jr!!!!!

(insert round of applause here)

well, without me boring you any farther, here is your new thread, Enjoy!!!!
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Congrats on the promotion, Charlie!

Ya know, I have a wood stove, too, but am out of wood at the moment and so am using the natural-gas-powered thing until I can get myself in gear to go get some fuel.
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Welcome to Maryland Chris!!!


Hmmm, I guess you better get busy on that firewood, so you can save some money for Black Friday, lol, I'd hate for you to miss out on any deals.
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Good morning MD. November is here meaning colder weather is upon us!
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Good morning Maryland, welcome to November!

Well said about Jr., Charlie!
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Morning Merry-Land...I see Charlie got an early start on November!!! Hopefully that means spring will be here sooner!!!
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Good morning Maryland, welcome to November!

Well said about Jr., Charlie!
Thanks Pat. He deserves the credit, and I hope he continues to participate . I miss my little buddy.

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Morning Merry-Land...I see Charlie got an early start on November!!! Hopefully that means spring will be here sooner!!!
I hope so Ken, I'm not sure how my skooter is going to work in the snow....... I already fell twice in the rain, lol
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Charlie, is it suppose to melt off soon?
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Have you tried snow tires Charlie???
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Or maybe some little chains......LOL
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Or what about heated tires? to melt the snow and ice as you drive? HAHA I think I should invent that....
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Charlie, is it suppose to melt off soon?
We didn't really get any here, the little bit we got, she hit with my leaf blower on the deck.

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Think the 33's off my truck would look ok?

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Or what about heated tires? to melt the snow and ice as you drive? HAHA I think I should invent that....
I think I'll just stay inside, and watch the crap just melt, hahahahahaha
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Happy Tuesday Morning FTE MD

welcome to November
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Charlie, shot you that CL list with you added.
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