Politics aside how is everyone doing ?

pinkeye

Wonder woman
mothra said:
pinkeye said:
SethBullock said:
pinkeye said:
Yes .. My primary necessary tomorrow is Wine. :bgrin

I am wondering really when things will actually change , for me. I will have neighbours present..doing their things ..whatever.. and kids .. unusual.. and there are no Jets flying overhead, and

I don't know..I have lived like this for years, but now my peace will be daily disturbed by neighbours' noises. SIGH.

Lucky lucky lucky ME. :bgrin
Wine is a good choice. :bgrin

Yes .. and what's more it's my birthday tomorrow and it will just be me and the dog. :bgrin

Happy birthday, Pinky!


[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BFQPNApwJGU[/youtube]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BFQPNApwJGU

thank you that's my first present.. WOW always loved that.. knew she would go far, how did you know.? :bgrin
 

pinkeye

Wonder woman
think it is time to drag my old bod off here, and get ready to sleep.

Hope you are all well and continue to be. :rose
 

mothra

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It's agreat song by a great band. I'm glad you love it too, Pink.

G'night. Stay well.
 

DonDeeHippy

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pinkeye said:
DonDeeHippy said:
I've been having breathing problems and a bit of coughing. I'm on Antibodies At the moment and yesterday I felt like shit.. Took the week off and hopefully be right on Monday. If not I've always been a mild asthmatic and might have to get some preventative or something. Terrible time to be sick, I actually book the doctor to ring me then he leaves the scripts at the chemist, very frustrating...
When I get my breath back and can sing I'll do the Covid-19 song I've been playing a bit and lots of fun, but sound even worse than I usually do . :purple
Thought about asking to be tested for Covid-19.?

If I had those symptoms I'd try, 'cos it can really fuck your lungs, even if your symptoms are mild.
No and the Antibiotics are working well...
And Happy Birthday...:purple
 

johnsmith

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pinkeye said:
SethBullock said:
pinkeye said:
Yes .. My primary necessary tomorrow is Wine. :bgrin

I am wondering really when things will actually change , for me. I will have neighbours present..doing their things ..whatever.. and kids .. unusual.. and there are no Jets flying overhead, and

I don't know..I have lived like this for years, but now my peace will be daily disturbed by neighbours' noises. SIGH.

Lucky lucky lucky ME. :bgrin
Wine is a good choice. :bgrin

Yes .. and what's more it's my birthday tomorrow and it will just be me and the dog. :bgrin


happy birthday Pink. May your mower mow and wine flow freely

enjoy your day
 

SethBullock

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Maybe you guys will enjoy this.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I3xpRZITi2w[/youtube]

Cheers! :beer
 

pinkeye

Wonder woman
johnsmith said:
pinkeye said:
SethBullock said:
pinkeye said:
Yes .. My primary necessary tomorrow is Wine. :bgrin

I am wondering really when things will actually change , for me. I will have neighbours present..doing their things ..whatever.. and kids .. unusual.. and there are no Jets flying overhead, and

I don't know..I have lived like this for years, but now my peace will be daily disturbed by neighbours' noises. SIGH.

Lucky lucky lucky ME. :bgrin
Wine is a good choice. :bgrin

Yes .. and what's more it's my birthday tomorrow and it will just be me and the dog. :bgrin


happy birthday Pink. May your mower mow and wine flow freely

enjoy your day
Thank you all for your kindness.

I decided I'd get a dozen oysters, and have fish and chips for dinner from my excellent local - ish Seafood shop. Yum. Just finished the oysters.. just lemon juice and freshly cracked black pepper.

I'm going to have a go at tilting my mower up so I can remove the burnt on garden hose. :roll Tomorrow. :bgrin

Cheers.
 

jovialmo

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I can’t or I would {halo positively shining} but my state and Pinky’s have both shut their borders.
 

SethBullock

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Quarantine has given me a chance to catch up on my reading. Today I laid down in my bed, propped my head up with some pillows, and was reading "Sea Stories - My Life In Special Operations" by Admiral William McRaven.

After a while, my cat decided I had read enough.
 

johnsmith

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SethBullock said:
Quarantine has given me a chance to catch up on my reading. Today I laid down in my bed, propped my head up with some pillows, and was reading "Sea Stories - My Life In Special Operations" by Admiral William McRaven.

After a while, my cat decided I had read enough.
I've been doing a lot of that lately Seth. Had 4 novels delivered prior to the op last week so as I had some reading material, just about finished the last one now and today marks one week since op. Will have to order a lot more books today. :grn
 

SethBullock

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johnsmith said:
SethBullock said:
Quarantine has given me a chance to catch up on my reading. Today I laid down in my bed, propped my head up with some pillows, and was reading "Sea Stories - My Life In Special Operations" by Admiral William McRaven.

After a while, my cat decided I had read enough.
I've been doing a lot of that lately Seth. Had 4 novels delivered prior to the op last week so as I had some reading material, just about finished the last one now and today marks one week since op. Will have to order a lot more books today. :grn
I love reading, John, but I'll be honest. I can't even remember the last time I read anything that was fiction. I read nothing but non-fiction.

I respect the talent and creativity of authors of fiction, but for some reason it bores me.

I just finished "The Man Without A Face - The Unlikely Rise of Vladimir Putin"

But that's just me. Glad ya got some stuff to read.

The book on Putin was extremely well researched but a bit of a slog to get through. This one by McRaven looks to be a page turner.
 

jovialmo

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I have a biography of Joannes Kepler to read after I finish the bio on Churchill.

Churchill was always a Tory, learned that much.

Up to about 1912, Winnie is transferred to the Navy.

Have also been reading wiki/watching YouTubes (Am Battle field trust) on the Civil War. Was funny: the Battle of Shiloh the Rebels were pushing the Feds back through the Feds’s camp when the half starved Rebels broke off tom eat the breakfast the Feds had been cooking. they also looted the camp—and some that had stolen Fed trousers got friendly fire from Rebs who must have thought they were Feds! Reb’s trousers were full of lice.

The South might as well have surrendered after Vicksburg which split the Confederacy into two and definitely after Atlanta fell and with it what heavy industry the South had.
 

johnsmith

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SethBullock said:
johnsmith said:
SethBullock said:
Quarantine has given me a chance to catch up on my reading. Today I laid down in my bed, propped my head up with some pillows, and was reading "Sea Stories - My Life In Special Operations" by Admiral William McRaven.

After a while, my cat decided I had read enough.
I've been doing a lot of that lately Seth. Had 4 novels delivered prior to the op last week so as I had some reading material, just about finished the last one now and today marks one week since op. Will have to order a lot more books today. :grn
I love reading, John, but I'll be honest. I can't even remember the last time I read anything that was fiction. I read nothing but non-fiction.

I respect the talent and creativity of authors of fiction, but for some reason it bores me.

I just finished "The Man Without A Face - The Unlikely Rise of Vladimir Putin"
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But that's just me. Glad ya got some stuff to read.

The book on Putin was extremely well researched but a bit of a slog to get through. This one by McRaven looks to be a page turner.
i go the other way. for me reading is an escape, a way to invigorate the imagination. i'd rather meet and talk to interesting people than read about them. even if they're not famous.
 
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