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Posted by cudaken on Monday, September 30, 2019 10:52 PM

 Eveing Diners

 Flo, give the gang and I a Beer please and Dirk a dog treat.

 Hight Lites of my 4 days off and there are not many. I finally got the Giant Perpmint Reed planted in front of the house. Yes I knew it was going to be a pain with all of the roots from the old and gone Every Green Bushes I cut out. Had to use the saws all to cut the roots and most where 2" around if not bigger. I all so used the saws all with a 12" long blade to help soften up the compact dirt. It is now in the dirt and 24 hours later it does not look wost for the transplant.

 I am growing grass! Big Smile Where all of the over growth was after I cut out there was nothing but dirt. Heck even the weeds did not like it! Few weeks ago I did a small section around 2' by 3' foot where I cleared the few weeds, used a rock hammer to break up the ground some and then a metal rake. Used Scott's Bare Patch Repair Kit in that section. Thursday I was stunned when I saw some baby grass growing! Surprise Started watering better and it strating to really fill in. So I spent my 4 days off watching grass grow. Whistling

 Work, well the crazy customer finally picked up all her stuff thank God. While I am sure I have not heard the last from her but the stuff is gone.

 Charlie Dirk Pip is a strange dog in his behavior in many respects. He hates mail trucks and white vans? Car goes by not a problem. Today he heard the mail truck while he was in the house and he went nuts? He like most people but not everyone. Went to see Dwight our neighbor at the nursing home. He really likes Dwight. He was fine with the other people and seemed happy to meet them. Then a off duty nurse came by to say by to Dwight and touched his shoulder and Dirk went Cujo on her? Guess he was protecting Dwight or he does not like woman that have tattoos?

 Late, so later none smoking Ken

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Posted by CNCharlie on Monday, September 30, 2019 8:06 PM

Good Evening,

Another rainy day here. We've gone from drought to one of the wettest Septembers on record. 

Herrinchoker, I could understand fishermen from New Brunswick going there for medical especially if they live on Grand Manan Island but Nova Scotia? That would mean driving right through several large towns in N.S. not to mention St. John, N.B. or going by boat right across the Bay of Fundy. In fact I read recently that the N.B. government has an agreement with medical facilities in a Maine town to pay for residents of those islands off the Maine coast to get medical treatment as Maine is a lot closer to them than facilities in N.B. 

Tomorrow the decoder for my C Liner is supposed to arrive so hopefully it will be on the rails shortly. 

Ken, sometimes dogs will be like that regarding doing their business if they think the whole yard is their 'nest' taking not soiling same to an extreme. I would think you could train him out of it. Sounds like he reacts to other dogs much like ours. Again training can sometimes work but it hasn't with ours and he is 10. In his case he was stepped on by a large dog when he was a puppy at an obedience class and since then gets very aggressive whenever he sees or is near large dogs. 

Well time for a little tellie. 

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Posted by BigDaddy on Monday, September 30, 2019 7:46 PM

I did not go to my 50th high school reunion last week.  In part, I did not feel high school was a major turning point in my life. College was much more important and a bigger expansion of the types of people that I got to meet.

I did go to the 20th and a guy came up to see me and was so happy to see me again and I not ony did I not recognize him, I didn't recognize his name.  I saw the disappointment in his eyes and still feel bad.

A politician would have instantly claimed he recognized him, but I could never be accused of being a politician. 

They posted pics and out of 580, 150 showed up.  I could recognize only a handful without blowing up the pics to read the name tags.  Of the ones I remembered by name, I could see a resemblance in 1/2 the pics.  The other half looked nothing like the yearbook picture on their name tag. 

There were 2 or 3 people I would have liked to say hello to, but the fact of the matter is neither the rest of them nor I sought to keep up with each other over 50 years.  Seemed awkward to say "What did you do for the last 50 years?"

Cheerleaders in 1969 had long, straight, maybe ironed hair.  50 years later, they all put on some weight, but less than most, wear flowery or paisley dresses, lots of necklaces or bracelets and look like someone's grandmother.  It was "Present shock"

 

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Posted by BATMAN on Monday, September 30, 2019 7:38 PM

Good afternoon from the beautiful sunny West Coast. 

Went for a killer long walk today, just kept going and going as it was so perfect outside. 

Good to see the forum up and running again, I sure got a lot done on the layout over the weekend, it was very productive though it was the kind of productive you don't notice when you walk into the trainroom. 

SeeYou190

 

 
York1
I didn't realize I was so addicted to this forum.  I really missed it.

 

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Me too.

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I was putting decals in train cars this weekend. That is usually when I am most prolific in my posting. I have time to read and write waiting for decal setting solution to do its thing.

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It was terrible!

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-Kevin

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I play my guitars while I am waiting for something to dry. So what do the rest of you do while playing the waiting game?

The wife and I went up and checked out the auction stuff on Friday hoping to snag a new high-end fridge for cheap. They retail at around $5000.00, most went in the 1800.00 range, we get lucky sometimes but never chase an item, didn't get one. While there I found boxes of high-end pet (mostly dog) products off to the side in a bunch of boxes. The wife got it all by bidding online for $25.00. My daughter and wife added it all up when they brought it home as it all had the prices marked on them, the grand total retail was $4382.63 and of course, she only paid the tax on the $25.00 at the auction house. She could never use it all in ten lifetimes so she will be giving a lot of it away to her doggie friends.

I love my lamb MR, had it twice in two weeks at our favourite Greek joint that looks out over the Pacific Ocean and the BNSF tracks. On a good day, we will see Humpback whales and a couple of trains while the red wine and lamb disappears. 

Daughter came home for the weekend, it was good to see her and give her a hug. Took her for sushi on Saturday night and heard the tales of University life. She is finding it quite easy compared to her academically demanding school where she went from K-12. She is interested in medical forensics more than ever now, looking at dead bodies isn't my idea of fun but whatever floats your boat. I would get to the RCMP forensics lab in Vancouver quite often if some sensitive material needed careful transport to someplace via an aeroplane, it was an interesting place, I'll give you that.

She has joined the equestrian club and will be coming back to the mainland for an event in early November. She also took my classical guitar back with her as she misses music terribly and has a new friend that plays very well and will teach her. She already plays the piano, clarinet and cello so what's one more.Laugh  

Has anyone noticed the aftermarket price on some of the Rapido Super Continental coaches? They were a hot topic of discussion on some of the Canadian RR FB pages over the weekend. I told the wife not to just chuck them in the garbage if I croak. 

Well, the dinner gong is gonging so better get up off my deadbeat butt.

A 2-8-0 in Vancouver in 1956, I have never seen a Canadian Pacific one that was not an all-weather cab, obviously, I missed that class.Laugh

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All the best to all.

Brent

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Posted by York1 on Monday, September 30, 2019 7:01 PM

Steven Otte
Now that we're back, let's resist the temptation to resume the discussion of health insurance, lest it stray into politics

 

Steven, no need to tell me any more.  I missed this group for several days, so I will do nothing that remotely endangers my time here.

Thank your bosses for giving this to us.

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Posted by York1 on Monday, September 30, 2019 6:58 PM

Is Bear there?  Do you want to host the forum for October?

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Posted by Jimmy_Braum on Monday, September 30, 2019 6:56 PM

Ive always wanted to visit New Zealand, so please.

 

Ugh, pizza bagels....why did i start a diet now? 

I to am addicted to this forum and chatting with you guys. Lots of great info here id always shared.  

  I am SO GLAD my penguins atart their nhl season this week, and my nascar driver made it to the next round of the playoffs(don't get me started on that stupid call from nascar brass).  Tje guy had a strut break in his car during the race. He made it in by 13 points. 

 

  Work is going well... payday this week oh and....... BONUS. Ive also been thinking of getting a college education-perhaps medical billing and coding. Minor in photography. My Friday night was good- I played an open mic night and it bAsically turned into a Springsteen tribute night- every one played at least one Bruce song. 

  Saturday night was huge for me; MY LAYOUT IS RUNNING! I still need to wire everything up to the bus wire, but it works! Except i managed to fry a loksound decoder on dc. No idea why though. So ive got bugs to work through 

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Posted by BNSF UP and others modeler on Monday, September 30, 2019 6:25 PM

I second the vote to move the diner to New Zealand next month, since I kinda stole it from the voters last month and put it in Spain instead...Laugh

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Posted by Erie1951 on Monday, September 30, 2019 4:20 PM

BroadwayLion

Now as LION needs hearing aids, him signed up for VA benefits. Good Move, cuts many of my insurance costs, and they are the only ones to pay for hearing aids AFIK.

I have tinitis and some hearing loss from when I was in the Navy in Vietnam. When it was time to have my hearing checked because of the hearing loss being very noticeable about five years ago, I qualified for free hearing aids for life from the VA, too, Brother Lion.

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Posted by York1 on Monday, September 30, 2019 3:56 PM

Do lions like to eat anything well-done?

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Posted by BroadwayLion on Monday, September 30, 2019 3:50 PM

Now as LION needs hearing aids, him signed up for VA benefits. Good Move, cuts many of my insurance costs, and they are the only ones to pay for hearing aids AFIK.

Pizza Bagles are a no go... They have cheese on them.

I have been staying at Newark Abbey in Newark NJ. Many things are just like our Abbey in North Dakota, right down to having cheese free portions. Others are markedly different so as much as the prayers are the same, they are also different.

I'll be flying back to ND tomorrow.

The other day I ate SIX rare Lamb Chops.  Try to get them in ND.

 

ROARING

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Posted by SeeYou190 on Monday, September 30, 2019 3:07 PM

York1
I didn't realize I was so addicted to this forum.  I really missed it.

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Me too.

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I was putting decals in train cars this weekend. That is usually when I am most prolific in my posting. I have time to read and write waiting for decal setting solution to do its thing.

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It was terrible!

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-Kevin

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Posted by MisterBeasley on Monday, September 30, 2019 1:51 PM

When I took down my layout and moved, I had hoped to just put it back together, splice and reconnect a few wires and go.  Instead, the trains sat in storage for a year, and the biggest section would not even get up the stairs.  So, it sits on its side in the garage.

Today I started taking it apart, hoping to save some parts but trashing a lot, too.  So far, I have been saving the Code 100 track. And some Hydrocal castings.  If I ever rebuild the subways, they will be completely different.

I still haven't found my train tools, so I might need at least a new pair if rail nippers.

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Posted by Tinplate Toddler on Monday, September 30, 2019 1:37 PM

Gee, Steven - those pizza bagels look delicious, but I shouldn´t be eating anything at this late hour! I´ll keep mine for tomorrow.

Btw, tomorrow´s October 1st - time to move the Diner, but where to? New Zealand is still on the list, and maybe "JaBear" does the honors?

Happy times!

Ulrich (aka The Tin Man)

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Posted by Steven Otte on Monday, September 30, 2019 1:31 PM

Now that we're back, let's resist the temptation to resume the discussion of health insurance, lest it stray into politics. Here, have some tasty, distracting pizza bagels.

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Posted by Tinplate Toddler on Monday, September 30, 2019 1:15 PM

Does anybody know why we could not get into the forum for over 3 days? I really missed my daily visit!

Happy times!

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Posted by York1 on Monday, September 30, 2019 1:03 PM

SeeYou190
 Looks lilke the forum is working again.  Hope everyone had a good weekend. -Kevin 

I didn't realize I was so addicted to this forum.  I really missed it.

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Posted by SeeYou190 on Monday, September 30, 2019 12:50 PM

Looks lilke the forum is working again.

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Hope everyone had a good weekend.

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-Kevin

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Posted by York1 on Friday, September 27, 2019 9:30 PM

BATMAN
Between paying the Insurance premiums and deductibles and whatever other costs you may have I would think that stress would put a real dent in your quality of life.

 

Brent, contrary to what some reports seem to indicate, it's not as bad as it may seem.

As Henry stated, his insurance paid all but a couple thousand.

I had employer insurance my whole career which covered everything for me and my wife -- medical, dental, prescriptions, vision, and disability.

Since retirement, I buy an inexpensive insurance policy that combines with Medicare and pays for all medical and prescription coverage.  Just like you, I walk in, walk out, and I don't pay anything.  In June, my wife and I had our every-five-year colonoscopies.  Total bill was north of $15,000.  We didn't pay anything.

The only downside is that vision and dental are now not covered.

Listening to political talk on the news, one would guess that 95% of U.S. citizens are dying from lack of medical care because they can't afford it, or they are in bankruptcy caused by medical bills.  Actually, people get medical care whether they can pay or not.  Every hospital has signs in the admitting rooms describing how to get care if you have no money.  The Washington Post reported that only 4% of U.S. bankruptcies are caused by medical bills.

 

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Posted by herrinchoker on Friday, September 27, 2019 9:26 PM

Brent,

I know several commercial fishermen in Nova Scotia who come to Eastport Maine for their medical cares as what is aviailable to them, (according to them) is very bad. Must be a Provincial thing??

In the State of Maine, Eastport is not on the "A" list------

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Posted by hon30critter on Friday, September 27, 2019 9:16 PM

Track fiddler
I ain't complaining. 

Hi TF,

I knew you weren't complaining. I used the term in jest.

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Posted by BATMAN on Friday, September 27, 2019 8:10 PM

BigDaddy

 

 
Track fiddler
I don't have health insurance because I'm self-employed.

 

That is scary. 

My wifes chemo was somewhere between $15 and $20K a session and she had 17 treatments.  My heart valve was $131K, the Blues paid $78K. I don't remember what my deductable was, but I used to be in a state high risk pool and it was only a couple thousand.  Then somebody did something and deductibles when up.

Oh yeah, the valve leaked around the edges when some sutures broke.  It was more than $100k to fix that.

 

Wow! Just wow.

When my Mom had her quintuple bypass it didn't cost her a dime. She came home and had in house care and that didn't cost her a dime and then she went to cardio exercise class at the local hospital for months and that was free.

Between paying the Insurance premiums and deductibles and whatever other costs you may have I would think that stress would put a real dent in your quality of life.

When I go to the Doctor, I just walk in and walk out. No paperwork and my wallet never comes out. Just like on Star Trek!Laugh

 

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Posted by Track fiddler on Friday, September 27, 2019 7:28 PM

All new to me Brent.  Thanks for the information.  Anything helps as we are new to this health stuff.

 

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Posted by BATMAN on Friday, September 27, 2019 6:47 PM

Afternoon all, it is a high OC and 15c on the West Coast.

Went to the auction house and they have a ton of refrigerators there so the wife may throw in a bid or two on Saturday, she can do it online. There was also a box full of dog brushes that sell for $30.00 apiece in the store so she has an eye on that. She will give them to new puppy owners if she wins the lot.

My blood pressure gets taken by me four times a week before I do my hard cardio. It is usually 110/70 HR55 range give or take 10 pts. Being old I make sure things are workin right before putting the pedal to the medal.

1300 people a day die from smoking in the U.S. and a 1000people a day die from obesity. My view is if you want to do something about it you will, just look at Cuda Ken and quitting smoking.  I always roll my eyes heavenward when I hear someone had to get a part-time job to pay for their BP meds. They could just exercise 30 minutes 4x a week, eat properly instead and not need them.

TF, if those all-beef weiners are really just beef there should be nothing else on the ingredients list but beef. Go to a butcher and get real beef weiners made on the premises with no preservatives. You can freeze them to store them longer. 

Preservatives/phosphates found in process meat and a host of other things will add 10 pts to your BP as does coffee. Anti-inflammatories will add a lot to your BP (ibuprofen) find out what foods and/or meds increase your BP and don't use them.

We eat bacon, beef, beef weiners and a whole host of other things. The difference is we buy it all fresh, no processed food. Our spaghetti sauce is fresh tomatoes, garlic, onions and so on thrown in the blender and then a pot. Canned foods are really bad for you. Check the ingredient list, on anything you buy. If there is more than the one ingredient on it go by it fresh.

To properly take your blood pressure, sit still in a chair for 5 minutes and then take it with feet on the floor. Store BP machines are not a good place to do BP because generally, people go from running around to hoping in the chair and hitting the button. The best time to take your BP is get up in the morning, pee and go sit in the chair for 5 minutes then take it. Peoples BP can be all over the map throughout the day. My BP can be up in the 130s/70 if I am working hard the difference is it goes right back down to 110/70 within a couple of minutes of me sitting down. If it doesn't go back to a healthy level then you have a problem. Henry is the Doctor in the house maybe he can explain BP issues better than I can.

Kevin, I agree with what you said about buffets on cruise ships, I hate buffets anywhere, I like to be waited on while sitting and enjoying a fine glass of wine or a good cup of coffee. I see people stampeding to the buffet like cattle. The gluttony is just gross, some people eat more at every meal than I do in two or three days on these ships.  

I wish Rapido would get my Hudson back to me, it has been over a month now, I have trains built that need a Hudson on point.Laugh

I think we will go on our three-mile circuit with the dogs through the hundred-acre wood, there is just enough time before dark.

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All the best to all.

 

Brent

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Posted by Track fiddler on Friday, September 27, 2019 6:40 PM

Post hog post hog..... not really though.  It keeps getting better.  There is this dying mouse that decided he wants to be next to Judy and I on our stoop.

I don't know, I have a heart for animals.  I just told Judy to leave him alone and let him die in peace.  He has a really long tail and I feel bad for himCrying

 The vermin are best kept outside.

 

 

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Posted by BigDaddy on Friday, September 27, 2019 6:38 PM

Track fiddler
I don't have health insurance because I'm self-employed.

That is scary. 

My wifes chemo was somewhere between $15 and $20K a session and she had 17 treatments.  My heart valve was $131K, the Blues paid $78K. I don't remember what my deductable was, but I used to be in a state high risk pool and it was only a couple thousand.  Then somebody did something and deductibles when up.

Oh yeah, the valve leaked around the edges when some sutures broke.  It was more than $100k to fix that.

Henry

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Posted by Track fiddler on Friday, September 27, 2019 5:55 PM

Yep

Even better.  I like the trucks Kevin.

I forgot to mention the Maplewood Police Department recovered my tool trailer. 

Any professional criminal should know,  if you steal a trailer take the cookies out of the cookie jar and dump the trailer.

This high ass was pulling my trailer at 4:15 in the morning in Maplewood and drunk.

I have a whole new can of worms to open with paperwork with my insurance companyTongue TiedSad

Now get this.  I will have to pay a $240 impound fee to get my trailer back after the police are done with investigation.  That may be refunded to me somehow later through insurance or court restitutionLaugh

Well what I'm getting at Kevin if I get a really big truck like that my trailer is going to look too smallLaugh

It was almost getting easier to Kiss It Goodbye.  I'm serious the recovery is getting to be more of a headache than it's really worth.  Oh well, what are you going to do?

The criminal messed up and is in jail and now I got the big headacheTongue Tied

 

 

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Posted by SeeYou190 on Friday, September 27, 2019 5:34 PM

Track fiddler
Intimidating..... nobody would get in my way driving that snub-nosed truck

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I think the Peterbilt from Duel (Steven Spielburg's first movie) is one of the most intimidating trucks out there.

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So much better than this ridiculous thing from Maximum Overdrive.

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The "scary truck" from Wrecker (AKA Driver From Hell) did not cut it either.

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-Kevin

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Posted by cudaken on Friday, September 27, 2019 5:19 PM

 Afternoon Diners!

 Flo, give the gang and I a Beer and Dirk Pip some dog treats.

 Sorry I have not been posting much. I am sure you are tired of me posting about crazy Employees and Customers. Plus having Dirk Pip the American Eskimo has changed my life for the good, and the bad.

 The good part is I love him and he loves me! That makes up for a lot of the down side of Dog ownership!

 Down side is ever reason I did not want another dog and it has been for filled! Wife cannot control him when he see's another dog on a lead walking by. He hates Mail Trucks and goes nuts! If she has him outside when one goes by he goes bonkers! He won't do #1 or #2 in our yard? Take him a cross the street to a mail box he gets things done. Problem is wife is afraid to take him a cross the street because someone may be walking there dog or a mail truck may drive by.

 So I now have to walk him in the morning before work for #1 and after I get home from work for #2. On my days off not that bad. Getting ready to take him out now for #2. Work days, well I still love him! Big Smile

 5 months with out smoking Ken

I hate Rust

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