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  • MilitoMilito Posts: 1,059
    LOL, my dog starts licking his lips.
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  • CH46ECH46E Posts: 2,560
    edited May 10
    Milito wrote: »
    LOL, my dog starts licking his lips.

    Hahaha I smoked a tri tip and she was going crazy. She got hers though.

    This was after 3 hour smoke with Hickory then a quick sear.

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  • CH46ECH46E Posts: 2,560
    ^^^ that's funny and sad at the same time!
  • aprazer402aprazer402 Posts: 2,028
    edited May 10
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    Times have changed for the better, in some regards (what an insulting advertisement!)

    :) Happy Mother's Day! :)
  • txcoastal1txcoastal1 Posts: 11,483
    Yeah, I remember when my dad thought is was a good idea to surprise my mom with a new washer and dryer for her Xmas present...shlt, the fireworks were better than a New Years celebration...just had to watch out for the flying pots and pans
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  • KexKex Posts: 4,331
    mhardy6647 wrote: »
    Did you notice the firestorm over the plagiarized photo?! 😉

    The consensus seemed to be that it came from a webcam in Hungary (years ago).
    Alea jacta est!
  • WillowWillow Posts: 10,269
    Maybe it's a small person who likes a big door looking window
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  • BlueBirdMusicBlueBirdMusic Registered User Posts: 1,276
    Viking64 wrote: »
    That's a pretty solid fire escape.

    We were looking at it from the wrong perspective.
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  • Tony MTony M Posts: 9,381
    :o 4'x4'x4' almost and a whopping 1,800 lbs! :)

    Oh yea, .1 ohm capable.

    the watts it outputs?... as many as you will ever need. :p

    inputs?... as many as you need. :p

    I believe that amp is the biggest and baddest on the planet . B)

    How much does it cost though?

    Most people just listen to music and watch movies. I EXPERIENCE them.
  • aprazer402aprazer402 Posts: 2,028
    edited May 14
    ^^^^ Cost is astronomical!
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  • OleBootOleBoot Posts: 708
    Tony M wrote: »
    :o 4'x4'x4' almost and a whopping 1,800 lbs! :)

    Oh yea, .1 ohm capable.

    the watts it outputs?... as many as you will ever need. :p

    inputs?... as many as you need. :p

    I believe that amp is the biggest and baddest on the planet . B)

    How much does it cost though?

    If you need to ask.......
  • aprazer402aprazer402 Posts: 2,028
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    A rare photo of the Omaha 5/6/1975 F4 Tornado. This is facing west across 72nd Street just north of West Center Rd. My parents home was about three blocks to the left of the funnel in this photo. My mother and younger brother were home at the time. I had just left for work at the Post Office about 20 minutes before it struck. My parents were very lucky their home only sustained about $10K in damages. I was working in the main post office building downtown and the supervisors didn't say anything to us college kids working until after 10pm. I left as soon as I heard. It was like a war zone in our neighborhood. Hard to believe it was 45 years ago.
    https://dataomaha.com/bigstory/weather/tracking-a-beast
  • CH46ECH46E Posts: 2,560
    aprazer402 wrote: »
    5bn3elfizgmu.jpg
    A rare photo of the Omaha 5/6/1975 F4 Tornado. This is facing west across 72nd Street just north of West Center Rd. My parents home was about three blocks to the left of the funnel in this photo. My mother and younger brother were home at the time. I had just left for work at the Post Office about 20 minutes before it struck. My parents were very lucky their home only sustained about $10K in damages. I was working in the main post office building downtown and the supervisors didn't say anything to us college kids working until after 10pm. I left as soon as I heard. It was like a war zone in our neighborhood. Hard to believe it was 45 years ago.
    https://dataomaha.com/bigstory/weather/tracking-a-beast

    Wow, that gives me chills.
  • MilitoMilito Posts: 1,059
    edited May 15
    I lived in Dallas when one hit there in 1957, I'll never forget that day as long as I live. I watched it coming towards our house, it was just a few miles away. My mother and I were getting ready to get in her car and leave, but It turned and missed our neighborhood. I was 6 yrs old at the time. My father was at work. It was not as big as the one above, if it had been the death toll would have been much higher.

    https://1957dallastornado.net/

    Some story that Cop from Omaha had as he followed the tornado to warn people about the path it was taking.

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  • aprazer402aprazer402 Posts: 2,028
    Milito wrote: »
    I lived in Dallas when one hit there in 1957, I'll never forget that day as long as I live. I watched it coming towards our house, it was just a few miles away. My mother and I were getting ready to get in her car and leave, but It turned and missed our neighborhood. I was 6 yrs old at the time. My father was at work. It was not as big as the one above, if it had been the death toll would have been much higher.

    https://1957dallastornado.net/

    Some story that Cop from Omaha had as he followed the tornado to warn people about the path it was taking.

    It was a very sad day in Omaha. My mother and brother said it sounded like a extremely loud train running right over the house. They were in the basement hiding under the steps. You're lucky you were missed in '57. The Omaha cop at 23 was just three years older than me at the time. My parents had a large yard maybe 18,000 sf. Over the following two weeks the City of Omaha hauled 27 large dump truck loads of debris from the back yard. It was incredible. No electricity for a couple of weeks. On the first night the neighbors set up an outside bar (a large cooler) in their garage/driveway. Around two am that night I went two doors away to get a couple of cold ones. As I turned around in the driveway with the beers, a National Guard jeep pulled up and the guards asked me what I was doing? They actually walked me home, two doors away. Couldn't sleep with helicopters overhead all night. We made it through okay.
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