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yeppers

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  1. Could be the weather. Strong fronts will be moving in soon. A clip from the weather chanel: " Saturday, a volatile mix of ingredients will be in play. Hot and humid air will stream northward from the western Gulf of Mexico toward a quasi-stationary frontal boundary draped from the Ohio Valley to the Plains. Overlying that increasingly steamy air mass, the jet stream will send a train of disturbances and help enhance wind shear, the change in wind direction with height, that can give rise to vigorous thunderstorms. While Saturday looks to be the day with the most widespread severe thunderstorms, other days during the weekend may also have some severe weather, as well." Friday Where: Scattered severe storms are possible in the High Plains of Colorado, southeast Wyoming, southwest Nebraska and western Kansas during the afternoon and evening hours. Another area of strong to severe storms is possible in the mid-Mississippi Valley and the Ohio Valley. Storms will begin early afternoon in parts of Iowa and Illinois and build eastward overnight as a cluster of storms. Threats: Large hail, strong thunderstorm winds and a few tornadoes are all possible. Saturday Afternoon: Widespread severe thunderstorms are expected from southern Missouri into western parts of the Ohio Valley. Scattered severe storms are also expected to flare up in eastern Oklahoma and north Texas. At least a few severe storms are possible as far east as the Virginias and North Carolina. Night: One or more clusters of thunderstorms are likely to persist through the overnight hours from Saturday night into early Sunday from the Lower Ohio Valley into the Tennessee Valley and Ozarks. Threats: Damaging winds will be the main threat, but large hail, tornadoes and flash flooding are all possible, as well as localized flash flooding, given saturated ground from multiple heavy rain events over the past several weeks." My yard critters, birds, squirrels and deer, are pretty accurate at weather prediction. Usually when they act the way they are now, we are on the verge of a weather event. Foraging like they wont be able to eat for a couple of days and very aggressive.
  2. Yes! Yesterday when I pulled into the parking lot at work, a big car hauler 18 wheeler was in the drive, taking up most of the parking spaces. I got out of car and the truck driver came over and apologized for taking up so much space and that he would be gone soon. He dropped off some beautiful antique cars for his customer. Didn't know what they were but was in awe over the beauty. A bit later a guy and his wife pull up to check out their cars. Her uncle gave them to her as he was getting rid of some assets. When the guy gets out of the car he sees me checking out his new baby. He walks right over to me and starts talking about the car. Telling me the history of it. He then takes out his phone and starts showing me pics. @schon it was an Avanti SS. Never seen one before! Freakin gorgeous! Her uncle sent her a Tesla as well and an antique truck. Anyway, I thought it was really kinda odd but a very pleasant start to my day.
  3. I personally think all of you are my favorites! I respect the individuality that each person brings to the forums on this site. . We don't all think alike or express things the same. When another person feels passionate enough about a topic to post their feelings and thoughts, they get my attention and respect. Im an extreme introvert and I can honestly say that the folks on this site have helped me immensely. By being able to post on here, voice my opinion and not be judged but have conversation, you just have no idea how great it is! I really like you guys!, a whole bunch!
  4. Most of my info was spot on! Only exceptions were some names of possible family and possible acquaintances. Checked my husband and parents, as well. Lots of info on them too. I feel so violated
  5. FYI: All these people search places get their info from the main hub that is Intellus. Get hold of intellus and make them take you out of their database. It's the only way to keep it from popping up all over in all those doxxer's places. Once you contact Intellus, you have to give them EVERYTHING you want deleted.
  6. Well there goes new skits for Saturday Night Live.
  7. So yeh, I think ill stick with good old unleaded. It gets pretty mileage for a subcompact suv. 26 mpg aint too bad. Really would like this vehicle to last me a while as its kinda a cool little ride. Thanks @turdface
  8. So over on another CT site there was a topic about truepeoplesearch.com. I decided to check it out. Cannot believe the info it had on me! All you do is type in your or someone elses name and location and it pulls up similar names. You click on the name you want and it displays the info. When I typed in my name, it showed my maiden name, ex last name and current. It also showed my last 6 addresses, plus current address and my last 3 phone numbers. It also showed a list of possible acquaintances. My ex husband of 20 years family was listed , as well as, my parents, nieces, nephews and a few cousins. It showed my hubbys name and several of his family members. Needless to say, IM A BIT FREAKED OUT RIGHT NOW over this. There is s way to remove your info if you show up on their site. Click on the name you want. Scroll to the bottom of the screen where it shows the privacy button. Click that. Confirm that you are not a robot. Type in the name and location in the search field. Scroll to the bottom of the information and hit "remove". I dont know if this is only in the US or other countries too. Freaky Freaky Sh*t
  9. I have an old 24" cast iron antique skillet that my hubbys grandparents used way back when. I can cook enough food at one time to last for days or enough to feed a large group of people. I love it! I cook more often outside with that skillet than inside on the stove. I recently was given my grandmothers dutch oven. Haven't used it yet but really looking forward to it. There is a cooking show on AETN/PBS , Cooking on the Wild Side. That lady can cook anything over an open fire and has awesome recipes.
  10. Dayum! Really? So the E85 hype was created to sell more parts for the auto industry. Save a little money for a while on fuel but spend a fortune on repairs in the future. Well that sux but Im lucky that I didnt buy the Jeep for fuel savings. Thanks for your help @thedudeabides and @crabb. Much appreciated
  11. Hey Y'all! Got a little problem that I hope someone on here can clarify for me. I just got a 2017 Jeep Renegade a few days ago. My first tank of gas was done by the dealership. Notice this morning that the tank was getting low so I pulled into the station. When I popped the gas cap I saw the little E85 sticker. Got scared I was gonna screw up the little Jeep as there were no E85 pumps around and I left without getting fuel. When I got to work I did a little research on the E85 vs unleaded topic but would like some confirmation from someone. My questions are: Is there any benefit to using E85 other than the savings at the pump? Currently E85 is $1.85 here compaired to unleaded at $2.19 per gallon. Is it ok to have about 1/4 tank of unleaded then put in E85? Is there any downfall to using E85? ie corrosion or breakdown of internal parts of the auto I am aware that I would not get as good gas mileage using the E85 but would be nice to not have to pay as much when the prices jump up again. Any advice on this would be greatly appreciated.
  12. Yeppers! This is definitely way overdue.
  13. It's on ABC right now. Trying to get a snake off the porch and listen to tv. Not working out well for me!
  14. Breaking news:::: FBI Director James Comey has been fired! Wow!!! wonder what's up!
  15. @BeachedOnMars Funny thing.....I grew up on a hilltop above a farm in the Ozarks, along the White River in North Central Arkansas. Used to find all kinds of Native artifacts. Lots of arrowheads. Some small pieces of pottery, even human teeth. That was the time in my life that turned me into the rockhound that I am now. Love looking for cool rocks and fossils. Found some of the best in the Ozarks on Sylamore Creek. Lived a fairly solitary life compared to other kids my age but, i swear those Native spirits kept me company and kept me entertained.