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SeriousLee

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Location: Dans l'milieu d'deux milles livres


Posted: Mar 1, 2020 - 3:03am

I drank just a wee too much. {#Shifty}

The restaurant's house wine was pretty good.
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Posted: Feb 29, 2020 - 10:11am

Sounds, great... I love driving with loud tunes, I can't get rid of my old car; stereo system is like the Disney auditorium!   When I saw Ben Harper there, it sounded just as he described ('twas his first time too) like we were on the inside of a guitar,  more than incredible acoustics!
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Image result for disney auditorium ben harper

 SeriousLee wrote:
 haresfur wrote:
 SeriousLee wrote:
Did some tripping over the week-end. Solo. In the car, that is. Not with mj. Got to listen to tunes. It's something i really enjoy doing, driving and listening to albums.

Friday went to Digby, spend the night there. Saturday, went to Yarmouth, then Shelburne (took a wrong turn and ended up taking the longer route through a pretty deserted road where i drove about an hour before seeing another car).

From Shelburne went to Bridgewater, then back home. All in all, 500km (~310 miles)

While in Shelburne, i dropped by Frenchy's and pick up a used Klipsch iGroove SXT 30-Pin iPod/iPhone Speaker Dock for $4! Works great!
 
Sounds like a great trip. Never made it down to Yarmouth. Think I visited Digby once, someplace muddy with nice little zeolite crystals in the lava cliffs, anyway.

 
I never cared much for Digby in the past but after bowling there for the last 4-5 years, I've taken a liking to it. Friendly folks.
 


SeriousLee

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Location: Dans l'milieu d'deux milles livres


Posted: Feb 29, 2020 - 4:32am



 haresfur wrote:


 SeriousLee wrote:
Did some tripping over the week-end. Solo. In the car, that is. Not with mj. Got to listen to tunes. It's something i really enjoy doing, driving and listening to albums.

Friday went to Digby, spend the night there. Saturday, went to Yarmouth, then Shelburne (took a wrong turn and ended up taking the longer route through a pretty deserted road where i drove about an hour before seeing another car).

From Shelburne went to Bridgewater, then back home. All in all, 500km (~310 miles)

While in Shelburne, i dropped by Frenchy's and pick up a used Klipsch iGroove SXT 30-Pin iPod/iPhone Speaker Dock for $4! Works great!
 
Sounds like a great trip. Never made it down to Yarmouth. Think I visited Digby once, someplace muddy with nice little zeolite crystals in the lava cliffs, anyway.

 

I never cared much for Digby in the past but after bowling there for the last 4-5 years, I've taken a liking to it. Friendly folks.
haresfur

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Location: The Golden Triangle
Gender: Male


Posted: Feb 24, 2020 - 5:53pm



 SeriousLee wrote:
Did some tripping over the week-end. Solo. In the car, that is. Not with mj. Got to listen to tunes. It's something i really enjoy doing, driving and listening to albums.

Friday went to Digby, spend the night there. Saturday, went to Yarmouth, then Shelburne (took a wrong turn and ended up taking the longer route through a pretty deserted road where i drove about an hour before seeing another car).

From Shelburne went to Bridgewater, then back home. All in all, 500km (~310 miles)

While in Shelburne, i dropped by Frenchy's and pick up a used Klipsch iGroove SXT 30-Pin iPod/iPhone Speaker Dock for $4! Works great!
 
Sounds like a great trip. Never made it down to Yarmouth. Think I visited Digby once, someplace muddy with nice little zeolite crystals in the lava cliffs, anyway.

SeriousLee

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Location: Dans l'milieu d'deux milles livres


Posted: Feb 23, 2020 - 7:27am

Did some tripping over the week-end. Solo. In the car, that is. Not with mj. Got to listen to tunes. It's something i really enjoy doing, driving and listening to albums.

Friday went to Digby, spend the night there. Saturday, went to Yarmouth, then Shelburne (took a wrong turn and ended up taking the longer route through a pretty deserted road where i drove about an hour before seeing another car).

From Shelburne went to Bridgewater, then back home. All in all, 500km (~310 miles)

While in Shelburne, i dropped by Frenchy's and pick up a used Klipsch iGroove SXT 30-Pin iPod/iPhone Speaker Dock for $4! Works great!
Coaxial

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Location: 543 miles west of Paradis,1491 miles eas
Gender: Male


Posted: Jun 3, 2013 - 12:19pm

 Manbird wrote:

now they're all up in your grill to stay

JK! JK!

{#Cry}

 
You've got that right.
Manbird

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Location: Oroville, Ca
Gender: Male


Posted: Jun 3, 2013 - 12:11pm

 Coaxial wrote:
All my troubles seemed so far away...

 
now they're all up in your grill to stay

JK! JK!

{#Cry}


Coaxial

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Gender: Male


Posted: Jun 3, 2013 - 11:57am

All my troubles seemed so far away...
Manbird

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Location: Oroville, Ca
Gender: Male


Posted: Jun 3, 2013 - 11:48am

How to Make Razzy Tazzy Tingleberry Soup Yesterday
    
   
1.Wait till the day after.  Bust you up a sack of them lemon doodie things
thus releasing their compound astroprotons into the elixir.
     
 

    

2. Add water and beet root sugars to taste and fancy it up with alternate fruit sores.
Such as the fruits depicted within this daguerreotype image. Please make a note
of the distinct lack of albumen. Thank you.



   
3. We call this beverage "Razzy Tazzy Tingleberry Soup" because of the luscious,
ripe strawberries. Strawberries can be found at many of your local comestible
replenishment depots.

 

      
3a. Enjoy a leisurely glass of your hand-wraught concoction beside a
gentle flowing creek after retreating from the heat of battle or perhaps
fill a casket with it and saunter, bloated and barrel-like, down the valley to the sea.

     


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Location: PNW
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Posted: Aug 20, 2009 - 9:24am

 romeotuma wrote:


Yesterday I was pallbearer at a funeral for an old friend in my hometown...  I have known both him and his wife since we were little kids...

 

Heartfelt condolences....{#Hug} {#Meditate}
newwavegurly

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Posted: Aug 20, 2009 - 9:08am

 romeotuma wrote:
Yesterday I was pallbearer at a funeral for an old friend in my hometown...  I have known both him and his wife since we were little kids...
 
Not much I can say other than to offer you my condolences, rt. But I can offer you this too:
jagdriver

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Location: Now with a New York state of mind
Gender: Male


Posted: Aug 20, 2009 - 9:04am

 romeotuma wrote:

Thank you...

when my dead friend and I were teenagers, the part of the cemetery where he was buried Tuesday was just an open field surrounded by pine trees, and a bunch of us kids used to go to that part of the cemetery three decades ago and smoke pot and throw Frisbees...  we had a lot of fun there...  I wish I had a time machine...  I feel so sorry for his wife and son...

 
Wow. (I mean that in a "what imagery that conjures up" kind-of-way.)


hippiechick

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Location: topsy turvy land
Gender: Female


Posted: Aug 20, 2009 - 9:04am

 romeotuma wrote:


Thank you...

when my dead friend and I were teenagers, the part of the cemetery where he was buried Tuesday was just an open field surrounded by pine trees, and a bunch of us kids used to go to that part of the cemetery three decades ago and smoke pot and throw Frisbees...  we had a lot of fun there...  I wish I had a time machine...  I feel so sorry for his wife and son...

 
My heart is breaking for you...It's so hard to lose people we love. At least he is no longer suffering, and his family had that time with him.

laprincessa

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Location: A happy girl
Gender: Female


Posted: Aug 20, 2009 - 8:05am

 romeotuma wrote:


Yesterday I was pallbearer at a funeral for an old friend in my hometown...  I have known both him and his wife since we were little kids...

 
Thinking of you and yours.

Atman

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Location: Sandpoint, ID
Gender: Male


Posted: Aug 19, 2009 - 6:00pm

Yesterday, when I was young,
The taste of life was sweet, as rain upon my tongue,
I teased at life, as if it were a foolish game,
The way the evening breeze may tease a candle flame

The thousand dreams I dreamed, the splendid things I planned,
I always built, alas, on weak and shifting sand,
I lived by night, and shunned the naked light of day,
And only now, I see, how the years ran away

Yesterday, when I was young,
So many happy songs were waiting to be sung,
So many wild pleasures lay in store for me,
And so much pain, my dazzled eyes refused to see

I ran so fast that time, and youth at last ran out,
I never stopped to think, what life, was all about,
And every conversation, I can now recall,
Concerned itself with me, and nothing else at all

Yesterday, the moon was blue,
And every crazy day, brought something new to do,
I used my magic age, as if it were a wand,
And never saw the worst, and the emptiness beyond

The game of love I played, with arrogance and pride,
And every flame I lit, too quickly, quickly died,
The friends I made, all seemed somehow to drift away,
And only I am left, on stage to end the play

There are so many songs in me, that won't be sung,
I feel the bitter taste, of tears upon my tongue,
The time has come for me to pay,
For yesterday, when I was young

musik_knut

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Gender: Male


Posted: Aug 19, 2009 - 5:48pm

romeo,
My deepest condolences to your friend's wife and child, and for you, the loss of a friend.
mk
hippiechick

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Gender: Female


Posted: Aug 19, 2009 - 5:44pm

 romeotuma wrote:


Yesterday I was pallbearer at a funeral for an old friend in my hometown...  I have known both him and his wife since we were little kids...

 
He died...I'm sorry Honey

{#Kiss}

CafeRacer

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Location: Indianapolis
Gender: Male


Posted: Aug 19, 2009 - 5:39pm

 romeotuma wrote:


Yesterday I was pallbearer at a funeral for an old friend in my hometown...  I have known both him and his wife since we were little kids...

 
It certainly becomes more common as we get older.  My sympathies to you and the family.. My wife and I should really talk about the eventuality.  It seems she doesn't want to face it yet and I am somewhat numb to it unfortunately as I lost a lot of friends in my early 20's while I was motorcycle racing.  Thanks for the reminder of diligence. 

jagdriver

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Location: Now with a New York state of mind
Gender: Male


Posted: Aug 19, 2009 - 3:10pm

 romeotuma wrote:
Yesterday I was pallbearer at a funeral for an old friend in my hometown...  I have known both him and his wife since we were little kids..
 
My sympathy to you, RT. The grim reaper has been visiting more and more around my circle and such an event is a difficult reminder of our own mortality. You didn't say, but I presume the wife survives? It'll be especially tough for her.

A year ago GR came and took my best friend's wife; she hadn't even reached 50 and left behind a 16-year-old boy and a 9-year-old girl. This, after BF had divorced wife #1 (no kids) due to her chronic unfaithfulness and complete lack of repentance. BF's no. 2 was delightful and I still find it extremely difficult to fathom that she's gone.

BF and his kids have been counseled and he is just now starting to look ahead to the rest of his life (as well as that of his kids).
MsJudi

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Location: Houston, TX
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Posted: Aug 19, 2009 - 3:01pm

 romeotuma wrote:


Yesterday I was pallbearer at a funeral for an old friend in my hometown...  I have known both him and his wife since we were little kids...

 
{#Hug}

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