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  1. How many are familiar with Red Green...? Used to get him piped down to the States on some PBS channel and he always tickled my funny bone. Maybe only our Canuck brothers and sisters are familiar with his off-beat hillarity.... So many amazing characters already mentioned here. Don Knotts as Barney Fife. Alan Alda as Hawkeye. Dick Van Dyke as Rob Petrie. This list could continue in perpetuity....
  2. FOH'ers Daily Smoke

    Wow, this Secretos has some SNAP to it.... Little more than 1/2” in and I’m already feeling it. Imagine they’ll age nicely too.
  3. She’s been seen here before. Constant companion as long as outside is involved. She especially likes a roaring fire.
  4. Jack Benny as, well... Jack Benny.
  5. You’ll do it again once you forget the “doing” of the job. I usually tell myself the same thing every time I finish a major project, but the motor and trans still arent back in the ‘37 and I saw an unrestored ‘55 Ford 2 door wagon for sale earlier this week. I can’t help but think how nice that’d be with a three valve 5.4 with a couple of hair dryers on it.....
  6. FOH'ers Daily Smoke

    ‘67 F250 riding surface streets to the machine shop.
  7. FOH'ers Daily Smoke

    Saturday morning ritual
  8. Took a try at No. 2 today. There were elements I thought I recognized and there were elements I found missing. I've made my guess.
  9. I've given up on naked women.... A cigar suits as a replacement.
  10. Gibson Guitars

    Gibson's not going anywhere. Hopefully their restructuring will allow better built instruments at better prices. I'd never buy a current model for the MSPR let alone the street prices. Have owned and sold more Gibsons than I can recall and I will keep the two I have in perpetuity (even while missing some that I let go). In the meantime there are plenty of fantastic guitars on the market to put a smile on peoples faces.
  11. Yeah, it was weird..... and not the first to be this way. But it was a fine, fine smoke. That's awfully early.... I adhere to annual oil changes and tire rotation every 50,000 miles. Replace worn parts as needed as well. An occasional wash and as many cigars as I can smoke. Hoping that formula holds up to 500,000 miles.
  12. Actually was really good. I'm relieved. Didn't have any trouble with the wrapper either. I'd worried it would burn faster than the reat given the air space between it and the wrapper, but it turned out fine. Maybe I won't be able to hate them any more....
  13. Not that I could see. Maybe a little dust.
  14. It's a 2007 accord. It's doing pretty well too. I can't see getting rid of it because I really like to drive it. I keep waiting for the clutch to give up, but so far it's hanging in there.

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