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  • Moose68Bash
    Moose68Bash Posts: 3,790
    ^^^And what about tick season: starts as soon as we have a few days above freezing and doesn't end till we have a few days of hard frost in late November or early December.
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  • Tony M
    Tony M Posts: 9,839
    edited March 2020
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    Most people just listen to music and watch movies. I EXPERIENCE them.
  • Tony M
    Tony M Posts: 9,839
    charley96 wrote: »
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    I wonder what he/she/they would do! :o
    Most people just listen to music and watch movies. I EXPERIENCE them.
  • pitdogg2
    pitdogg2 Posts: 19,088
    Arrest you for obstruction.
  • mhardy6647
    mhardy6647 Posts: 27,821
    edited March 2020
    ^^^And what about tick season: starts as soon as we have a few days above freezing and doesn't end till we have a few days of hard frost in late November or early December.

    Tick season where we are, in the current climatological epoch, has gotten to be nearly year round :( Admittedly it is worst in the spring and fall. I was trompin' around in the field yesterday without too much fear -- but it won't be long...

    The depths of summer isn't so bad, tick-wise, at least here. Apparently one of their key tools for sensing a meal isn't CO2 emission (which I think is the mosquito's main tactic) but rather body temperature -- and the signal to noise ratio is fairly poor in the middle of summer. :|

  • audioluvr
    audioluvr Posts: 3,597
    Movement. They are blind, deaf and dumber than ship but they basically know how to climb up and reach out. Once they sense contact they grab hold. Lucky for me, I found a great deterrent besides DEET is diesel fuel.
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  • NotaSuv
    NotaSuv Posts: 3,309
    We use to spray diesel during the day on standing water, and then fog at night to kill those salt water blood suckers
  • ken brydson
    ken brydson Posts: 8,144
    mhardy6647 wrote: »
    ^^^And what about tick season: starts as soon as we have a few days above freezing and doesn't end till we have a few days of hard frost in late November or early December.

    Tick season where we are, in the current climatological epoch, has gotten to be nearly year round :( Admittedly it is worst in the spring and fall. I was trompin' around in the field yesterday without too much fear -- but it won't be long...

    The depths of summer isn't so bad, tick-wise, at least here. Apparently one of their key tools for sensing a meal isn't CO2 emission (which I think is the mosquito's main tactic) but rather body temperature -- and the signal to noise ratio is fairly poor in the middle of summer. :|

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  • BlueFox
    BlueFox Posts: 14,642
    mhardy6647 wrote: »
    ^^^And what about tick season: starts as soon as we have a few days above freezing and doesn't end till we have a few days of hard frost in late November or early December.

    Tick season where we are, in the current climatological epoch, has gotten to be nearly year round.

    One (the only?) nice thing of the Bay Area in CA is there are no ticks, very few flies, and only an occasional mosquito. When I lived in MD those three made life miserable in the spring/summer. I hope global warming doesn’t affect this.
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  • txcoastal1
    txcoastal1 Posts: 11,745
    edited March 2020
    BlueFox wrote: »
    mhardy6647 wrote: »
    ^^^And what about tick season: starts as soon as we have a few days above freezing and doesn't end till we have a few days of hard frost in late November or early December.

    Tick season where we are, in the current climatological epoch, has gotten to be nearly year round.

    One (the only?) nice thing of the Bay Area in CA is there are no ticks, very few flies, and only an occasional mosquito. When I lived in MD those three made life miserable in the spring/summer. I hope global warming doesn’t affect this.

    Ever thought that global warming may save your as-s-ets...hmmm

    As for the flu ....The virus survives better in cold weather because it has a protective gel-like coating that allows it to survive in the air and be passed from person to person; this coating degrades in warm temperatures.
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  • BlueFox
    BlueFox Posts: 14,642
    Unfortunately, it is summer in Australia, and it doesn’t seem to have affected the virus.
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  • charley96
    charley96 Posts: 184
    Clipdat wrote: »
    Picking these up for the hell of it. Just want to hear some ATC speakers. ATC SCM11.

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    Who cares!
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    verb Posts: 9,897
    afterburnt wrote: »
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    Very cool! B-58, IIRC, the first USAF supersonic bomber!
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  • CH46E
    CH46E Posts: 3,329
    edited March 2020
    20 kilos found just offshore of Cape Canaveral. If this is yours, let me know and we can work out getting it back to you. :p

    I'm sure someone wants thier $700,000 worth of go go powder back.

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  • mhardy6647
    mhardy6647 Posts: 27,821
    afterburnt wrote: »
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    Gorgeous, somewhat dangerous, aircraft was the B-58.

    Convair used a slightly housebroken, twin spool turbofan version of the Hustler's J79 (single spool) turbojet engine in the magnificent (and profoundly unsuccessful) 990 jetliner.

    To my way of thinking the 990 and its progenitor (the 880) were nigh-on the most beautiful jet airliners ever built. And I am a big fan of nearly all of them :|

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  • txcoastal1
    txcoastal1 Posts: 11,745
    edited March 2020
    txcoastal1 wrote: »
    BlueFox wrote: »
    mhardy6647 wrote: »
    ^^^And what about tick season: starts as soon as we have a few days above freezing and doesn't end till we have a few days of hard frost in late November or early December.

    Tick season where we are, in the current climatological epoch, has gotten to be nearly year round.

    One (the only?) nice thing of the Bay Area in CA is there are no ticks, very few flies, and only an occasional mosquito. When I lived in MD those three made life miserable in the spring/summer. I hope global warming doesn’t affect this.

    Ever thought that global warming may save your as-s-ets...hmmm

    As for the flu ....The virus survives better in cold weather because it has a protective gel-like coating that allows it to survive in the air and be passed from person to person; this coating degrades in warm temperatures.
    BlueFox wrote: »
    Unfortunately, it is summer in Australia, and it doesn’t seem to have affected the virus.

    https://www.health.gov.au/news/health-alerts/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov-health-alert

    Here is the Australian corona virus statistics...and yes it's summer, but their number are low vs the rest of the world

    197 cases

    Further details:

    15 of the initially reported cases in Australia all had a direct or indirect travel history to Wuhan, China

    10 cases, including 1 death, are associated with the Diamond Princess cruise ship repatriation flight from Japan

    18 cases are reported to have had a direct or indirect travel link to Iran

    92 cases are reported to have had a direct or indirect travel link to other countries and regions.

    32 cases, including 2 deaths, do not have a reported history of overseas travel

    8 of these cases are associated with an aged care facility in NSW. 2 residents of this facility have sadly died

    2 cases are either directly or indirectly associated with attendance at a workshop

    22 cases are close contacts of known cases, with further details pending
    The likely place of exposure for a further 30 newly reported cases is under investigation

    Of the 197 Australian cases reported, 27 of these cases are reported to have recovered.




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    verb Posts: 9,897
    CH46E wrote: »
    20 kilos found just offshore of Cape Canaveral. If this is yours, let me know and we can work out getting it back to you. :p

    I'm sure someone wants thier $700,000 worth of go go powder back.

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    Good job brother! Keep it up!
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  • pitdogg2
    pitdogg2 Posts: 19,088
    CH46E wrote: »
    20 kilos found just offshore of Cape Canaveral. If this is yours, let me know and we can work out getting it back to you. :p

    I'm sure someone wants thier $700,000 worth of go go powder back.

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    One of those is mine. They told me it counteracts the Corona virus...
  • joecoulson
    joecoulson Posts: 4,944
    Clipdat wrote: »
    Picking these up for the hell of it. Just want to hear some ATC speakers. ATC SCM11.

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    Always loved their design and they have a solid reputation. Can’t wait to hear your thoughts.
  • tonyb
    tonyb Posts: 32,312
    If memory serves.....a bit like ice picks in the ears at higher volumes. Hope not though, good luck and let us know your thoughts.
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  • Clipdat
    Clipdat Posts: 9,784
    Will do, if I can actually buy them. Seller is being unresponsive at the moment.
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    Times are not that desperate! :smile:
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