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    Quote Originally Posted by Plumber View Post
    Thank you all, for the thoughts and prayers for Greg and his family. You couldn't ask for better friends and neighbors, than Greg and Katie.

    It was 7 years ago that Greg started to lose the use of his legs. I helped carry him to his car, for a ride to the hospital. They couldn't diagnose his problem, so they sent him to another hospital. They determined he had Guillain-Barre Syndrome. He got progressively worse, and a few weeks later (in November) he went into a coma. After a few weeks, he started to improve, until the next November, when he went into another coma. He started to improve again, but by the next November he went into another coma. By December of 2012, he could start to speak, but had very limited movement. In the summer of 2013, he came home, but was bedridden. Over the next two years he improved to the point, where he could walk with a walker. Less than a month ago he was diagnosed with cancer.
    He was the only person I have known, who has received last sacraments four times.
    He will be missed by all who knew him.
    Sorry to hear about the loss of your neighbor and friend. But, don't mourn for him. He's now living in one of the many rooms in God's house.
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    Quote Originally Posted by duxnbucks View Post
    they's throwed off or strugglin' with their financials.
    to each his own...
    but my house will be cool...
    even if i have to sell dope!




    Dang...I don't know about the sellin' dope part,
    But like I said, it's just a sacrifice I'm gonna make.
    That's why we gutted out our central unit and
    put in window units...we only cool the room we're
    in. In the daytime, only unit that runs is the
    living room.
    At night, it's just our room and leynies.
    Made a big difference when we done that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GunnyJC View Post
    Been on the go for a few days. Not even gonna try to get caught up. I hope all is well with everyone. Brian, last I heard things were looking good on your claim. Things still going good? I believe Brittney was looking into a new vehicle and abode. Hope all is going well. Steve and Abby were catching up all the big Bluegills in Wisconsin. Sam, I hope your property remained safe from the fire. That's all I've got. Memory isn't my strong suit. My prayers go out to those in need.



    Jimmy-

    I had my hearing about a week ago.
    It went very well.
    The lawyer-Lady I had was concerened about the
    judge we were supposed to have, but at the last
    minute (literally) she came in the room smiling, and
    told us we were getting a "good" judge.
    The hearing was very simple.
    They did not tell us we won, but the lawyer said
    we did...
    So nothing is official yet.
    She said it takes a month or so.

    I believe the power of Prayer and the support
    of good decent people like all of you had a lot
    to do with this.
    And I am very thankul.
    This is a huge burden lifted off me.
    358 Win, KG, Schtoolee and 13 others like this.
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    Andres, I love chicken livers also! Like the gizzards and hearts too. We pressure cook them all till tender then we fry them in butter. Elly then makes waffles and gravy from the cooking broth and it's a meal almost to die for! We haven't had in a while so I gotta put it on my list of future dining! Next time you visit we'll have waffles, gravy, hearts, gizzards and livers! You may not want to go back home ever again! LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by GunnyJC View Post
    Did well with the bluegills, a few bass. It was a good day until I had to go back to the hospital. In for 2 days, out for 1 and back the next day. Not the best weight loss plan but, effective.


    Man,
    I never think about fishing till hot summer time...
    But some of yall make me want to go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaweskar View Post


    Andres-

    There are a lot of people down here in Texas, that do not
    appreciate the departure from traditional country music that
    went on in the 1980's and has continued to this day.
    Artists like Garth Brooks, Travis Tritt, Alan Jackson and the like
    contributed to this, and we have no use for their music.
    We consider what went on, particularly in the 1990's
    an absolute travesty.
    Country music should have a fiddle and guitar.
    Otherwise it is not Country and should not be advertised as
    such. Plain and simple.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KG View Post
    When it's 95 outside, with a head index of 100+, 77 or 78 isn't so bad.


    Gayle,
    It may be that 5-10 degree female temperature variable...
    Like in my house, I sit in shorts and a T shirt, and
    my wife has a blanket...
    Navajo
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    Good evening all. Work was work today. I really like almost all music, except opera and Disco. I recognize the different country music from the old stuff, but I like both. A lot of the newer country reminds me of some of the rock back in the day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by navajo View Post
    I had a good visit with Shooter and Zoey yesterday.
    He brought his adopted brother, Melvian.
    Melvian and Shooter wanted to do some shooting
    so we got out the 308MXLR and the 1889 38-40
    and had a good time at the range.
    Zoey is a pretty good shot.
    Melvian had never shot a scoped rifle.
    He did fine.
    I may take him hunting.
    He's a good young man.
    He is black (as if that matters) his parents were
    no good, and my ex wife took him in.
    Him and Shooter have become best friends and
    were the star football players of their school.
    They worked on the same ranch together until
    Shooter took his new job.
    I think he's going to try to get on where Shooter
    is working.
    Sounds like you had a bang up time. Good to hear. How have you been feeling otherwise?
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    Quote Originally Posted by navajo View Post
    Jimmy-

    I had my hearing about a week ago.
    It went very well.
    The lawyer-Lady I had was concerened about the
    judge we were supposed to have, but at the last
    minute (literally) she came in the room smiling, and
    told us we were getting a "good" judge.
    The hearing was very simple.
    They did not tell us we won, but the lawyer said
    we did...
    So nothing is official yet.
    She said it takes a month or so.

    I believe the power of Prayer and the support
    of good decent people like all of you had a lot
    to do with this.
    And I am very thankul.
    This is a huge burden lifted off me.
    That's great. I'm glad it went well. I guess it's all about patience now. Beats the he77 out of anxiety.
    Jimmy C
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    When you come for my guns, you'd better bring yours.

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