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Posted by hon30critter on Wednesday, January 8, 2020 3:21 AM

I don't know what to say Ulrich. I was hoping that you would get a decent share of your mother's assets. I can understand why you would be upset.

Soldier on regardless Ulrich! The cost of fighting the will is likely prohibitive. Perhaps you could ask your brother to be fair with you and share the estate, but by the sounds of things I wouldn't hold your breath on that.

You have had more than your share of setbacks throughout your life Ulrich. I only wish that there was something more that I could do other than just offering moral support.

Dave

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How about some sourdough blueberry pancakes (with copious quantities of blueberries) with Canadian maple syrup, Menonite breakfast sausages (no preservatives), apple juice or orange juice, coffee with Bailey's Irish Creme Liqueur and fresh strawberries with whipped cream. We actually had that for breakfast last Sunday thanks to one of our guests who is a phenominal cook.

For those of you who aren't familiar with sourdough, it is a dough with a bacterial culture that adds a truly delightful taste to pancakes or bread. When you are cooking with sourdough you always save a cup full or two for the next batch. That keeps the bacterial culture alive, and you feed it with more flour and other ingredients to get the necessary quantity to make the next batch of pancakes or bread. Our guest estimated that her sourdough culture has been going for probably 50 years! That's not a typo! Her grandmother started it when she was first married.

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Posted by Tinplate Toddler on Wednesday, January 8, 2020 4:09 AM

Thank you for your kind words, Dave!

Right now, I am very much devastated. Contesting the will would likely eat up all what we were able to save in  the past years, so that´s not happening. I would never attempt to cross a bridge which was built on the assumption of fairness by my brother. He has been a mean and greedy person all his life - just like my mother, who openly favoured him above my sister or me.

Honestly, I can´t stand any more setbacks in my life. There were just too many in the past few years.

Happy times!

Ulrich (aka The Tin Man)

"You´re never too old for a happy childhood!"

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Posted by hon30critter on Wednesday, January 8, 2020 4:45 AM

Tinplate Toddler
I can´t stand any more setbacks in my life. There were just too many in the past few years.

Ulrich, I think I can understand how you feel. All I can say is this:

You are a good, decent, moral human being, obviously far more so than your brother. Unfortunately it would seem that your brother has inherited your mother's approach to life.

What's done is done. Don't let either of them defeat you! Take a deep breath, give Petra a big hug, and forget about your brother's greed. I know that's much easier said than done but I don't see that you have any other choice.

You have a lot of people who support you. Take heart in that.

Dave

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Posted by SeeYou190 on Wednesday, January 8, 2020 6:23 AM

BigDaddy

 

 
York1
Did you ever figure it out?

 

Never, it was only within about 12' of the front door.

 

 

 

The is strange. My wife and I have both been smelling perfume in my house for the past few days.

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There is no perfume in my house, we both hate the stuff.

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-Kevin

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Posted by RideOnRoad on Wednesday, January 8, 2020 8:10 AM

cudaken
. . .Listing to some Bach to unwind and settle my nerves. . .

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Posted by howmus on Wednesday, January 8, 2020 8:54 AM

Mornin' from Blizzardy Finger Lakes.... 

Chloe I could sure use a refill of the Dark Roast Coffee!  OK, Then make another pot and make it strong, please and thank you, Ma'am.

SeeYou190
he is strange. My wife and I have both been smelling perfume in my house for the past few days.

Hmmmmmmm......?  Do you have any house plants that have decided to blossom?  I have a couple Night Blooming Cereus that have a very beautiful perfume smell when they blossom.  But, they don't blossom this time of year.  Usually that is in August....  I doubt we have been invaded by "Aliens". LOL  There sure are some strange things going on on line at the moment.  Credit card problems, internet problems, and some other things that are not too good...

I am supposed to be going to an executive board meeting for our NMRA Division over West of Rochester (long drive from here) today.  I just cancelled my being there and I hope the Superintendent has the common sinse to cancel the meeting!  I can just barely see the house across the street at the moment.....

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Posted by Heartland Division CB&Q on Wednesday, January 8, 2020 9:09 AM

Good morning, everybody ... 

SeeYou190

 

 
BigDaddy

 

 
York1
Did you ever figure it out?

 

Never, it was only within about 12' of the front door.

 

 

 

 

 

The is strange. My wife and I have both been smelling perfume in my house for the past few days.

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There is no perfume in my house, we both hate the stuff.

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-Kevin

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We have a ghost here. No odors, but there are other strange occurances which can not be explained. 

Everybody .... Have a nice Wednesday. 

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Posted by York1 on Wednesday, January 8, 2020 9:20 AM

Good morning!

Well ...  they're heeeeere!

Last night the drones were over my little town.  I didn't go outside, but the police and many residents watched and chased them.

The police agreed with earlier reports -- these are not hobby drones.  They are large, fly in formation, and are seen flying in a grid.  They are fast - the local newspaper reporter chased them on the highway, but they lost him.

Right now, the police are asking people to look for a semi or other type of large truck that would be helping to stage.  The drones are large enough that they would have to be moved by truck.

 

Tinplate Toddler
He has been a mean and greedy person all his life - just like my mother, who openly favoured him above my sister or me. Honestly, I can´t stand any more setbacks in my life. There were just too many in the past few years.

Ulrich, I feel for you.  None of this is fair, but there is very little you can do.  Just remember that you have a lot of friends and supporters on this site.

Hopefully, 2020 will bring surprises for you and Petra that will make up for the suffering you have had.

John       

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Posted by SeeYou190 on Wednesday, January 8, 2020 9:41 AM

howmus
Do you have any house plants that have decided to blossom? 

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We have a "Madagascar Palm" (which is not actually a palm) in the front yard, and it is blooming right now. It has never bloomed this incredibly before, and it might be the culprit.

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-Kevin

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Posted by CNCharlie on Wednesday, January 8, 2020 12:47 PM

Good Afternoon,

Not a bad day so far but we are expecting the white stuff to start later this afternoon and continue until tomorrow. At current temps it will be the light, fluffy stuff.

Well I finally did a test run of my new brass loco and am a little disappointed but not entirely surprised. It is Korean brass built in 1978 and they don't have a great reputation for running qualities if built in that era. It is ok in reverse but has a lope/ hesitation going forward. I'm not sure what would cause that. So I will have to get that sorted before I think about a decoder. 

Ulrich, sorry to hear about your latest trouble. We have a few friends who had issues with their mothers growing up and it doesn't seem to go away as you grow older. 

Henry, my wife is very sensitive to smells and sounds. She often asks me if I can smell this or that. Usually I don't but then again I have very a very poor sense of smell and, she tells me, hearing. She has consulted with a professional and some people's brains are just wired so that they have greater sensitivity. 

I  better get out and do a few errands as I don't think I will be going anywhere tomorrow. 

CN Charlie

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Posted by Track fiddler on Wednesday, January 8, 2020 5:05 PM

York1

Last night the drones were over my little town.  I didn't go outside, but the police and many residents watched and chased them.

The police agreed with earlier reports -- these are not hobby drones.  They are large, fly in formation, and are seen flying in a grid.  They are fast - the local newspaper reporter chased them on the highway, but they lost him.

Right now, the police are asking people to look for a semi or other type of large truck that would be helping to stage.  The drones are large enough that they would have to be moved by truck.

 

 

Hi John

Sounds like extraterrestrial to me.  I don't know why most people have such a hard time with that.

This kind of thing dates back to ancient Egyptian times.  Sightings ain't nothing new but drones are. 

It's kind of like re-inventing the toothbrush.  Drones are just a four prop glorified helicopter.

The pyramids were definitely built for a reason and there was no modern equipment to achieva a build like that back then.  They must have served their purpose at one time and became obsolete is my thoughts.

Things that make you go Hmmm. 

Until anybody sees one of those crafts that are in formation up close for themselves..... I'm sure they remain a skeptic.

 

 

Sorry to hear about your family complications Ulrich.  I wish I could say I'm unfamiliar with the things you speak of.

Hang tough,  things will iron out.  They always doYes

 

 

TF

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Posted by BigDaddy on Wednesday, January 8, 2020 5:24 PM

Ulrich I am so sorry.  Estates cause big problems in families.  My wife was executor of her mom's estate.  One of her sisters thought that her daughter ought to be able to buy the mom's home at a substantial discount to market value.  My wife wouldn't budge and it was only this Christmas that the daughter would talk to my wife, after 4 years.

My father had a brother and sister in California and everyone was supposed to get 1/3 from my grandmother.  My grandmother ate Sunday dinner with us all the time except for football season.  She specifically told my mother that certain pieces of jewelery were mentioned in the will to be left to my mom.  My father died before my grandmother, my uncle too her to California and the will was changed and my mother got nothing.

She hates my uncle to this day.  Oddly, my uncle discovered that when he moved her to California, his sister hated her mother.

I guess being an only child is not so bad.  I don't expect help, I don't want help and I am rarely disappointed.

Henry

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Posted by gmpullman on Wednesday, January 8, 2020 5:30 PM

Track fiddler
Drones are just a four prop glorified helicopter.

Not much different than designed over a hundred years ago.

 Helioplane by Edmund, on Flickr

A new twist on an old idea — (This one's got five props, though).

Cheers, Ed

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Posted by Track fiddler on Wednesday, January 8, 2020 5:52 PM

Interesting Ed

I hope wherever C.D. Lansing is 104 years later, he may see his idea a reality.

And I would only hope he is given creditIndifferent

Doubt it!

 

 

TF

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Posted by Track fiddler on Wednesday, January 8, 2020 6:46 PM

Post Hog...Post Hog!

TF's on Top.  Relax Kids and have a drink on me!

I'm sure all of us have had great thoughts and great ideas like C.D. Lansing through the years. 

Like the band Supertramp said in their hit song Dreamer.  ("But can you put your hand in your head?  Oh No") 

And that's the harsh reality of it.  You know what you are thinking and how it works but nobody else does and you can't make the prototypeSad  ..... That's the problem!

IF I had $100 for every good idea I ever had,  I would have been a millionaire 30 years agoLaugh

 

IF it's a big word.  My Dad used to say IF is the biggest word in the World.

"IF the rabbit didn't stop to eat the clover in the woods, the wolf wouldn't have ate him" Smile, Wink & Grin

 

 

TF

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Posted by ricktrains4824 on Wednesday, January 8, 2020 7:15 PM

Good evening all.

Zoe - A great big RBF please. Thanks.

Ken - Glad they caught it in your daughter (Sharron, right?) early.

For whatever reason, this pneumonia bug strikes hard and fast, I had zero symptoms after my cold for 5 days. Then I had shortness of breath one day, that and a slight fever the next, then went to could not breathe for anything and a 103 fever.

I was not the only patient in the hospital here with it, and it hit her just as quick, but she ingnored it for an extra day, and it almost killed her. For a small hospital having 2 patients with the same hard hitting bacterial pneumonia, is a little disturbing to me. (Especially given the somewhat rural area I am in.)

If any of you spike a sudden fever, no messing around with it!!!

Richard - While I don't sink, I'm not a strong swimmer. So I think I will skip that.

I've done bike riding before, and actually have a pair of mountain bikes in the shed loft. One a lighter framed version for trails, one stronger framed for a bit tougher stuff. Maybe I should dig the lighter one out in the spring and try riding the rail-trails in my area?.... Huh?

I had threatened that last year, just to try to get back down to my high school weight, but never "got round tuit."

Trains - Whilest in the hospital, the local shortline made good and sent a pair of trains, with some nice variety. They must have been a bit nervous of icy crossings on Tuesday after the mix that morning though, as they crawled at walking pace through the crossing. (Protected by flashers, which were working.) Their normal speed through there is roughly 40MPH, so icy conditions must have been on the crews mind. The return trip Tuesday afternoon just before I was released never slowed for the crossing, but it was above freezing by then.

Weather - Cold, blustery, and white. We were actually given a Snow Squall Warning earlier today, that was combining with the wind to make it impossible to see. A veritable blizzard indeed!

Health - Still coughing, but am down to only 1-2 breathing treatments needed each day to stay at or above 96% o2 stats. (Had needed every 3 hours on Sunday, every 4 hours since until yesterday, where I got away with every 6-8 hours.) Last night I did one before bed, then 1 mid morning today, probably do 1 shortly (currently sit @96%) but skip before bed.

Now if the antibiotics would quit causing heartburn that I can't treat with antacids due to them not liking each other, all will be well.

Hope all are well, and all enjoy the night!

Ricky W.

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Posted by Track fiddler on Wednesday, January 8, 2020 7:50 PM

Ricky

Man, ... Your still in the hospital.

I just got back to work on Tuesday after 18 days off for Christmas Vacation and haven't read everything here.

Like I said in one of my prior posts.   If you're still there too long..... I'm going round up some Forum members here and we're going to come down there and bust you outLaugh

I hope you get well soon Ricky.  I haven't had pneumonia for a long long time.  I know how serious it is.

Last time I experienced pneumonia,  I sat with my Son in North Dakota making sure he got better.

 

You get better Kidd.  Judy and I are pulling and praying for you.

With all this positive energy around here, I am confident you will be out in no time.

 

Hang Tough Kid!

 

 

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Posted by gmpullman on Wednesday, January 8, 2020 8:48 PM

ricktrains4824
If any of you spike a sudden fever, no messing around with it!!!

Good advice, Rick.

There have been two recent pneumonia-related deaths in the Cleveland area. A two-year old and a sixteen-year old. Both deemed relatively healthy but died within hours of diagnosis.

Stay healthy, everyone! AngelAngel

Cheers, Ed

 

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Posted by Track fiddler on Wednesday, January 8, 2020 9:07 PM

Is there anybody out there?

 

 

PF not TF Smile, Wink & Grin

 

 

 

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Posted by ricktrains4824 on Wednesday, January 8, 2020 9:34 PM

TF John - No longer in hospital. My going home post got burried yesterday. I was released from hospital yesterday mid afternoon.

Just resting from home now. (Getting more rest here!Laugh)

Ed - That is sad.
When I was in the ER, the x-ray tech they have said he thought I was the one in the most danger in the ER that night, and commended me for making a quick decision to get help.

I can't help but think if I waited longer, there would be another name for the rip track... 

 

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Posted by Track fiddler on Wednesday, January 8, 2020 9:59 PM

ricktrains4824

TF John - No longer in hospital. My going home post got burried yesterday. I was released from hospital yesterday mid afternoon.

Just resting from home now. (Getting more rest here!Laugh)

 

 

 

Good!

This is really good news here.

I was getting a little tired after work here and I didn't know how I was going to muster up the energy to round up some of the other Forum guys to come down there and bust you out Ricky.

I am pleased you're at home and doing wellSmile, Wink & Grin

Looks like Good Karma hereYes

 

 

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Posted by hon30critter on Thursday, January 9, 2020 12:29 AM

ricktrains4824
When I was in the ER, the x-ray tech they have said he thought I was the one in the most danger in the ER that night, and commended me for making a quick decision to get help.

My grandfather died of pneumonia at 58 because he refused to be taken to the hospital. He hated hospitals. I suspect that was because he was wounded in WWI and spent some time in a field hospital. I can imagine how bad a place like that could have been with the primitive conditions and people dying all around you.

In fact, both my grandfathers likely died because of repercussions from WWI.

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Posted by Track fiddler on Thursday, January 9, 2020 6:25 AM

Good morning.

That's a sad story Dave.  I am Thankful for our Vets.  When I see them I always thank them for thier service.

 

A cup of joe this morning please.  It's off to wxxk again in an hour or so.  It was hard to get back in the swing again after an 18 day break.

I have to work in the cold first thing this morning for about an hour.  I usually don't mind the cold but not first thing in the morningSad  After that, I move indoors for the rest of the day.  A fun job changing out light fixtures and ceiling fans.  I like that kind of stuff.

 

Have a great day everyone!

 

 

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Posted by Jorge Michael on Thursday, January 9, 2020 6:35 AM

Good!

This is really good news here.

I was getting a little tired after work here and I didn't know how I was going to muster up the energy to round up some of the other Forum guys to come down there and bust you out Ricky.

I am pleased you're at home and doing wellSmile, Wink & Grin

Looks like Good Karma hereYes  Sonic the Hedgehog Jacket

 

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Posted by moelarrycurly4 on Thursday, January 9, 2020 7:04 AM

A few years back I had gotten some kind of crud and it kept getting worse. I knew I felt bad when I hauled myself to the Doctor. I had a bad respiratory infection and the DR said I was 1 day away from pnuemonia. They pumped me full of rocefin (sp) and gave me an oral antibiotic as well. I got over the crud pretty quickly. So yes get thee to the Dr quickly. 

It seems when I get the respiratory flu I get close to pneumonia also. I had to go three days in a row one time for shots of be put in the hospital. I chose the three days of shots because I knew I would get no rest at the hospital. 

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Posted by York1 on Thursday, January 9, 2020 11:01 AM

Good morning.  Cold but sunny this morning.  Snow tomorrow.

I'm not sure how many of you have gotten the pneumonia vaccines.  There are two different kinds, and they prevent or lessen the effects of most strains of pneumonia.  I've gotten both.  I guess I won't really ever know if they help me or not.  If I don't ever get pneumonia, did the vaccines prevent it, or would I have not gotten it anyway?

We have had relatives visit the past several days; they left this morning.  Now our dog Daisy is sleeping.  Having visitors unnerves her, and even though she is good with company, she doesn't really relax until they leave.  Kinda like me!

The drones were back again last night.  This time, there were more.  The police reported they are very large and very quiet.  They again flew in formation along a grid-like pattern.  They also are fast.  The newspaper reporter again tried following them, but driving at 65 mph on the highway, the drones left him in the dust.  The state patrol has been working with the FAA because the drones have crossed into restricted airspace over several local airports.  It will be interesting to finally find out what is going on.

Glad you're out of the hospital.  TF was about to get us all together to get you out.

Have a good day, everyone.

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Posted by howmus on Thursday, January 9, 2020 11:11 AM

Mornin'!  Well it is still morning here for a few more minutes....

I had pneumonia once way back when I was teaching in Waverly, NY.  Lower right lobe was involved.  Don't think I have ever been that sick before or after.  Not fun to have.  They put me on some major, heavy duty antibiotics and I took a couple weeks off from teaching school to recover.  Thought I would cough up my whole lungs, I did.

Been continuing to clean out, recycle and throw away stuff from way back when.  Figure if I haven't needed it in the last 30 years, I likely will never need it again, so.....  I did find a huge box of music, letters, and other stuff that has been sitting on a shelf down cellar since we moved to this house back over 35 years ago.  Found a several original music compositions that I at one time hoped to get published.  Found with them some very nice letters from publishers telling me they liked the material but for one reason or another they didn't fit their present needs, or they had stopped publishing anything new in that genre, etc.  Also there were arrangements I did for some church services for brass choir, or folk ensemble to use at services.  None of them are in the new literature used by that denomination at this time, so....  They have now gone to the recycling bin. Did save a couple of my "works" just for fun though.  Found some letters from camp and many others that made my eyes "water" for a while as well.  Piles of old teacher observation forms (all of them very complimentary I might add).  I guess I did a good job during my career.

My only regret is that I waited 25 years too long to do something about myself!  I wish I had lost weight and really got fit back then.  Might not be a lonely old man now...  WhistlingSmile, Wink & GrinSigh  Hoping that could change even now....  Time will tell.

Hope you all have a great day out there!  I shall spend most of the day continuing the clean out process.  Trash/recycling goes out tomorrow for collection and both containers are filled to the brim!

Political comment for the day (not):

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Posted by CNCharlie on Thursday, January 9, 2020 12:15 PM

Good Afternoon,

Well we have about 5" of new white stuff. Think I'll just stay indoors today. I'm a little tired today anyway as the Great Horned Owl decided the elm tree by our bedroom was a wonderful perch and calling place. Wow, they sure are loud. Our dog was growling. The owl hooted for an hour or so. 

Rick, glad to hear you are on the mend. I too had pneumonia once. On Jan. 1,2000 my millenium present was coming down with the worst sore throat I ever had. It then became pneumonia. I stayed home for a month on antibiotics and my MIL's chicken soup.  Once recovered my doc said I had better get the shot so I did. Anyway not pleasant. 

My brass loco wars progress. I cleaned the wheels and did a light lube. I have been running it back and forth on a 4' section of track on my workbench. It is running a little better, reverse is fine but there still is a hesitation on each driver revolution going forward. I wonder why reverse is ok but not forward? 

Well time for more coffee. 

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Posted by BATMAN on Thursday, January 9, 2020 12:34 PM

Ray, you call those gangs? Look like a bunch of *** compared to Canadian street gangs.

Laugh

Brent

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Posted by howmus on Thursday, January 9, 2020 1:11 PM

OK Brent!  I'll follow that with this....

For those of you suffering and horse-piddle-ized, remember:

Have a great day out there!

73

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We'll get there sooner or later! 

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