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Welcome back, Red. Glad to see you're still at it.
How do you stand the strain?
Thanks muchly, although it is mainly due to its PO.
Awe-inspiring views, right there.^
I, err, socialized in Jackson Heights years ago, and work in Brownsville now, not terribly far from Eastern Pkwy.
PM me next time you're in the...
You're in Brooklyn? I'd like to at least meet you to shake your hand (not for being in Brooklyn, though)! haha
Got it. Hadn't occurred to me but I like it. haha
I thought you had written Kitaen.
Royal Stetson over Icon Daytona Retro motorcycle jacket.
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I never claimed it was a popular idea. I know that I would enjoy seeing it, though. haha
Well, if I've said it once, I've said it once-plus, judging colors on a computer is not an exact science. Tbh, the pictures of your hat, to me...
I tried on one of these at Meyer in New Orleans but didn't buy it, probably because of the color I was shown (Tawny). I may have to revisit this...
This is beautiful. As I am often digging in the garden, I'm gonna save it as inspiration for future plantings.
Here's what I'd like to see . . .
You know they're redoing The Lion King, but this time in CGI instead of 2D animation? There will be new shots,...
Thank you, Steve. I agree!
The Brits use puff or poof with the ou sound in 'could,' and does indeed have a different meaning. Poofter.
Thank you, Roger!
Hmm . . .