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Re: Proud to introduce my son!

Post by teeko » Fri Mar 01, 2013 9:02 am

Cruise out, I will ask the wife to make up the guest bed. 8-)
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Re: Proud to introduce my son!

Post by cochisewolf » Sat Mar 02, 2013 1:37 am

You know, when SSI kicks in (the one that takes forever but pays retroactively) and I'm a little more stable I might just take you up on that. We could have a little Kratom fest and recite our favorite poetry to the Earth and the water lilies ... does that store sell the microwave nachos that you can drown in the fake cheeze sauce with jalapenos?
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Re: Proud to introduce my son!

Post by cochisewolf » Sat Mar 02, 2013 1:58 am

Okay now this could be a little disturbing:
http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/chi- ... 0381.story

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Re: Proud to introduce my son!

Post by teeko » Sat Mar 02, 2013 9:29 am

No, but the shell station across the street has nuclear nachos...and pretty good samiches!

Sinkhole, crazy. Just before I left San Diego there was multiple sinkholes swallowing massive portions of street. They are following me!
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Re: Proud to introduce my son!

Post by GK77 » Sun Mar 03, 2013 1:02 am

I forget those type of activities are unique to this are often times.
Enjoy them while they are novel.
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Re: Proud to introduce my son!

Post by cochisewolf » Sun Mar 03, 2013 4:31 am

GK77 wrote:I forget those type of activities are unique to this are often times.
Enjoy them while they are novel.


What - sinkholes or nachos? ...
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Re: Proud to introduce my son!

Post by cochisewolf » Sun Mar 03, 2013 4:49 am

Those sinkholes seem pretty scary to me. Now don't get me wrong, your tornadoes, earthquakes and blizzards and whatnot are nothing to sneeze at but jeeze, the idea of suddenly being buried alive and rifting down a subteranian river just sends chills up and down.

I've been on a YouTube disaster kick lately. There's this one series called 'Caught On Camera' that puts together all these clips fom people who were filming when these disasters occurred. The Tsunami ones are especially disturbing. They don't realize the danger until it's too late. Tidal waves is a little misleading, they actually seem to be tidal tides, it's just awe inspiring the sheer power and destruction. The one in India was unbelievable. One wave would come in, dragging houses, cars, buildings and trees in it and wipe out a bunch of people. The survivors would then fell safe, go back to the beach or their ruined homes and another one would come in and kill them! And yet again this happened, three huge waves. Jesus was nowhere in sight. It was pretty damn awful to watch. So I watched another. The quake that sent tsunamis to all those towns in Japan and oh by the way took out a nuclear power plant.

Here's one of the more disturbing ones for me. Probably because of the narration. Check it out:

http://youtu.be/oArd_9uZOnE

Okay, one more:

http://youtu.be/RjRpjMvb4q0

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Re: Proud to introduce my son!

Post by teeko » Sun Mar 03, 2013 9:45 am

You make it sound fun, well other than running into sleestaks!

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Re: Proud to introduce my son!

Post by GK77 » Sun Mar 03, 2013 6:52 pm

cochisewolf wrote:
GK77 wrote:I forget those type of activities are unique to this are often times.
Enjoy them while they are novel.


What - sinkholes or nachos? ...
Sorry, i wasn't sober that last message. And by the time I posted, you all had moved on. I should have quoted Teekos description to make it make more sense.
He simply mentioned a typical, gentle florida day, brief rain, strong sun... (page 3)

What I should have said was:
"I forget those type of activities (quiet hikes through the mangroves etc..) are unique to this area.
(Therefore) Enjoy them while they are novel. (before they are taken for granted, as I often do)"

So no sinkholes or nachos, although having nachos in a sinkhole with sleestaks certainly could be construed as "novel"...
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Re: Proud to introduce my son!

Post by cochisewolf » Mon Mar 04, 2013 4:41 am

Teeko, how did you get my neighbors to pose for a picture!

No worries GK. But you're right. Things being novel become rarer and rarer. Course living in the Bay Area I usually see something at least once a day that makes me stop and say 'Well now there's something you don't see every day ..' Especially since they're emptying out the mental institutions. It's too bad they don't lock people up for being stark luney anymore. That pretty much was the basis of my retirement plan ...
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