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EJM3
01-11-2015, 05:33 PM
If only she had been a he. Gonna tell my partner that one for sure...

EJM3
01-11-2015, 06:00 PM
My partners happened when he turned his back to Hanna, so right up there with Longinus really...

joemirando
01-11-2015, 08:12 PM
Looked it up.... the leading instigator in the murder of Caesar. Yes. That is a cat.

Do you know what the difference is between a dog and a cat?

If you are not home when someone calls, if he was able, the dog would jump up, answer the phone, apologize for you not being there, take a message and promise to give it to you as soon as you return and make sure that you return the call.

A cat would let it go to voice mail....

Then delete it.

;)

mannye
01-11-2015, 11:27 PM
Do you know what the difference is between a dog and a cat?

If you are not home when someone calls, if he was able, the dog would jump up, answer the phone, apologize for you not being there, take a message and promise to give it to you as soon as you return and make sure that you return the call.

A cat would let it go to voice mail....

Then delete it.

;)

A recent study showed that it will take a cat on average only 15 minutes to start eating its dead owner. Dogs are no better sad to say... apparently there is evidence of dogs not even waiting for the demise of their masters. They have been known to gnaw off the toes of a diabetic owner. This must be an asshole owner or some kind of instinct where the dog thinks it's helping? My money's on that. I bet they can smell something is up with that toe.

joemirando
01-12-2015, 12:00 AM
I have personal knowledge of cases where a dog has known of impending illness hours before the 'patient'. In these cases, the dog shepherded the soon-to-be sick person and pretty much demanded they lay down.

My guess is the same as yours, Manny... that the toes were going gangrenous and the dog was excising soon-to-be-dead tissue. Cats, on the other hand.... They start snooping around for the insurance policy. ;)

Be well,

Joe

EJM3
01-12-2015, 03:32 AM
Whadda ya mean snooping for it?? They already went shopping for it years ago! They just need to be prepared to be surprised their human died after they fell down the stairs, by tripping on the cat. :rolleyes:

mannye
01-12-2015, 07:50 AM
Whadda ya mean snooping for it?? They already went shopping for it years ago! They just need to be prepared to be surprised their human died after they fell down the stairs, by tripping on the cat. :rolleyes:
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHA That was funny.

I can't wait for this spring! I have a feeling (in my toe) that the orange blossom season is going to be especially prolific this year. I look forward to the first full year of temperature controlled fermentation and aging. That means Ill be using lots of more traditional yeasts in my still incomplete but FULLY OPERATIONAL TARDIS!!! (See? Star Wars just can't keep it's nose out of the equation). Well. off to the renovation! A flipper's job is never done... for 90 days.

pokerfacepablo
02-01-2015, 07:33 PM
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHA That was funny.

I can't wait for this spring! I have a feeling (in my toe) that the orange blossom season is going to be especially prolific this year. I look forward to the first full year of temperature controlled fermentation and aging. That means Ill be using lots of more traditional yeasts in my still incomplete but FULLY OPERATIONAL TARDIS!!! (See? Star Wars just can't keep it's nose out of the equation). Well. off to the renovation! A flipper's job is never done... for 90 days.

Yeah it's been a fairly warm winter here so hopefully no winter die offs. Any plans on what to do with your OB harvest this year?

kudapucat
02-04-2015, 04:41 PM
http://tapatalk.imageshack.com/v2/15/02/04/f3ab03ac27bd204d8e632cc324205c02.jpg
My wife has a bit of a TARDIS going on upstairs too.
http://tapatalk.imageshack.com/v2/15/02/04/64a9860b73ce877297463d0e0fb2dbc9.jpg
Almost finished.
Then the mead TARDIS will get full attention again.

GntlKnigt1
02-04-2015, 05:41 PM
Nice place! Are those clay tiles on roof in first pic? They are pretty common here in Holland, but have only seen some in Florida in states

mannye
02-04-2015, 08:47 PM
WOW...you did that all yourself??? Holy cow Batman. Looks great! New roof looks it may be a tin roof? Been thinking about replacing my Florida clay tiles with a tin roof. So I can say "I feel an air of mendacity in the air!"

EJM3
02-04-2015, 10:21 PM
They use those types of tiles in Southern California & Arizona, I know, I used to live in PS, and my mother in Sun City West outside of Phoenix AZ. They were used as a style not a useful feature for the most part, at least where I have seen them installed.

Chevette Girl
02-07-2015, 02:18 PM
Boy it's been a while since I've caught up on this thread! That floor looks great, kudapucat! Reminds me a lot of something they do here for high-traffic areas, called Terrazzo, you can choose your aggregate colour and all that, but it's an epoxy base rather than concrete and you don't smooth it to bury the aggregate like when you pour concrete, which I presume makes for easier griding... And wow, you like doubled the size of your house, that's awesome.

Gntlknight, my first comment was going to be, "Get your swords off the sofa, were you raised by barbarians?" but now I see they're properly hung on the wall. Got a chuckle out of your computer screen showing Dragon Age too. One of these days when I have a house I can truly modify without angering the Great Condo Gods, I want to do something like that with the walls...

I do maintenance for a company that owns a bunch of old houses in downtown Ottawa that have been modified into either office space or apartments, and some of the basements are the original brick foundations... soooo nifty. I think I need a man-cave too. Except mine will have a sewing corner where I can actually use the antique machine.

GntlKnigt1
02-07-2015, 04:04 PM
It's something I like, Cg, but considered tacky over here, rather like a 1960s decor in the states

EJM3
02-10-2015, 04:26 PM
I live with a Dutchman so I can appreciate that one Doug!

GntlKnigt1
09-27-2015, 10:46 AM
Whatever happened with the Tardis a/c issue? Not a prob over here as there might be only 5 days a year that you want a/c. High today about 60 F and low around 42

mannye
09-28-2015, 12:37 AM
It's still way too moist. A couple of very involved house flips are cramping my style but I may be able to pawn off this ac unit into a more appropriately sized room ( where it will not short cycle and work as intended) and then install something smaller in the tardis. I'll probably go with a window unit if I can find one that's efficient enough.

Or depending on how well the second house sells, I will redesign the whole thing and get a little more "swank in the tank". This place is begging for some stainless steel conicals and some climate controlled stainless aging tanks.

Oh and temps today now that fall has officially started was 92F with about 70% humidity. Now that it's about 12:30 am the temps are down to 84F.

Super.




Sent from my TARDIS at the restaurant at the end of the universe while eating Phil.

GntlKnigt1
09-28-2015, 02:08 AM
You doing real estate sales? Thought you were in another line of work . well, anyway, you could start a mushroom farm inside the tardis to raise money for new smaller a/c

mannye
09-28-2015, 05:48 PM
I still do some voice work but Miami isn't the place of you want to make a living as an announcer.

The TV industry is dead here. I'm finding the whole search for defunct homes and the rebuild process very rewarding. I certainly don't miss the douchebag ocean I had to swim in during my last 5 years of television.


Sent from my TARDIS at the restaurant at the end of the universe while eating Phil.

mannye
10-02-2015, 08:59 PM
And today I had to move everything into the freezers because the a/c motor burned up!


Sent from my TARDIS at the restaurant at the end of the universe while eating Phil.