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March 29, 2018

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Another Bob

Was watching the game GUS.

I had the sentence "Boom, Braun with a three-run home run" out before the ball landed.

Another Bob

And not only with two outs, but with two strikes.

jim nj

Baseball. Too many strikes. No I'm not advocating two strikes per at bat. I mean this.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1994%E2%80%9395_Major_League_Baseball_strike

This is when I lost interest.

jim nj

Somebody mentioned that with the change from analog to digital that we'd lose photographic history on the changeover. I tend to agree. Old prints and negatives if stored properly will last forever, if they were properly processed.

Prints and negatives will degrade from sunlight and acidic content from some materials they are stored in. Many photo albums aren't up to the task.

Newer digital images will be lost for many transitional issues.

However, maybe I'm wrong since Google and Facebook seem to collect everything people post. Maybe these images will be saved without context. Then again, maybe Facebook and Google will know enough about you to provide their own context.

jim nj

Gotta bring the hotspot back to the library. May be gone a few days.

JimNorCal

See ya next cycle, jim_nj

Jack is Back!

Geode morgen van “Berkenstede” en Brasschaat.

Today we are off to Ieper/Ypres for the museum, trenches and maybe lunch but first we will go to Dunkerque. Don’t think we are going to stay long enough for The Last Post which is at 8pm.

So, Cheerio. Be nice.

Davod

Walter Williams on why this is a republic not a democracy. Found at the Legal Insurrection sidebar. I think it is well worth the ten minutes needed to watch it.


http://moonbattery.com/walter-williams-explains-why-this-is-a-republic-not-a-democracy/

Jack is Back!

Since I am the only one showered, dressed and ready to go, I am back.

On topic of learning to drive, if you are fortunate enough to belong to a golf club or just play on the public links, driving a golf cart is one way to start. That is how Frederick learned to drive. Haven't had him do that in a real car but at least he developed the coordination of acceleration and braking as well as steering. He also loves to drive 'go karts' whenever we are around one of the tracks.

I learned on a tractor working one summer for the apple farming family next to our "gentleman's acreage":) Cutting and bailing timothy hay which they use around their orchard trees for root insulation.

Now, my SIL from France is asking me to make the Leg of Lamb for Easter dinner tomorrow. Imagine someone from France asking YOU to cook a supper:)

hoyden

GUS; "...how to remove the old dirty, rusted in, seized nuts and bolts..."
I'm blessed my father taught me how to use tools at a young age: drills, saws, soldering iron, wrenches. I know my limits. A couple years ago my car battery died at Costco parking lot. Went back in, bought a new battery, jumped started, and got home. The battery hold down nuts were rusted and both broke off. Now my battery is bungee corded down.

Davod

"...The battery hold down nuts were rusted and both broke off. Now my battery is bungee corded down."

What. No duct tape?

hoyden

I reserve duct tape is for more permanent fixes. Good thing, too, because the Costco battery died a last year.

hoyden

The Twin Cities are currently being dusted with an inch or so of glowball warming that is forecast to change over to liquid glowball warming in a few hours.

Davod

From Ace:

The wording on the graphic:

"Never forget. I did not grant you freedom. Your freedom was given to you at birth by your creator.

Governments job is to acknowledge and preserve that freedom which is already yours naturally."

Unlike the Socialist/Marxist Progressive Democrats version, which is that you are beholden to government for what freedoms it may bestow on you.

http://ace.mu.nu/archives/Liberty1.jpg

anonamom

Thank God it's good for me!

https://nypost.com/2018/03/30/drinking-several-coffees-a-day-could-lower-risk-of-heart-disease/


And bacon and eggs are health foods now too!
Life is good.

JiB, such an honor!
Lamb loves low and slow. I'm sure you know that.
What else are you serving?

Ed

Hoyden,
I'm pretty sure battery hold down parts are available from the racks up through holddown bolts, etc. I saw replacement kits in a Ford pickup restoration catalog just a few days ago.
You might look at J.C. Whitney. The catalog I was looking through was from LMCtruck.com.

As you know the corrosion can attack your battery rack, too. That's a headache. I tackle it with baking soda solution and wire brush, and then paint it.

Or, just use bailin' war' when the bungee cords give out.

Terminal maintenance can save a lot of time and frustration replacing cables. Good stuff available to coat the terminal connections where the heavy corrosion attacks the cables. Just clean all the connections and then spray the purple stuff on after everything is connected. Dad used to just use grease.

hoyden

That's why the Godless Socialist/Marxist Progressive Democrats always love them some more government. They like to believe they can be God. That's how Socialist/Marxist Progressive Democrats use their God-given freedom.

Davod

Hoyden. Perfectly understandable. I always think twice before breaking the glass on the emergency duct tape container.

anonamom

Even if you think you already have a handle on what they have on you, read this.

It's EVERY SINGLE KEYSTROKE EVER---as well as every bit of info from that tracker device most of us carry. Every ap use you've had.
EVERYTHING.


https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2018/mar/28/all-the-data-facebook-google-has-on-you-privacy

Delete? HA!

hoyden

Hi Ed, fortunately corrosion is not so much a problem with the sealed batteries. The battery was original to my 2006 Red Pill Matrix, so it gave good service. I saved the hold down strap so next time I'm in a parts store I will see if they have the bolts.

Davod

The larger issue with Face book is that it chose sides in the 2008 and 2012 elections (and probably 2016), and let the Obamites, and Hillaryites, data mine your data..

hoyden

anonamom, that's an impressive handle on our stuff. It pales in comparison to the Life Data Recorder provided by our Creator that logs every action, thought, and feeling.

hoyden

Davod, The DNC-MFM reporting conveniently omits that factoid every chance they get.

anonamom

Here's the Mike Flynn Legal Fund link

https://mikeflynndefensefund.org/


Found it here, from my Twitter feed:


http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/03/this-easter-weekend-please-remember-to-donate-to-the-michael-t-flynn-defense-fund/


hoyden

Heh!

hoyden

Hmmm...typhus ate my link post to Words or Deeds. So let's try again.
"...one of the fundamental divisions is the one between the people who show or say and the people who do."

https://tinyurl.com/yc7aynzg

rse

I saw niman ranch bacon at whole foods earlier in week for the first time and it is much better than even nueske's. red pronounced it as best bacon she had ever ate.

On learning to drive, since my dad was a builder I learned to drive a tractor, but was greatly annoyed dad would not teach me to drive the bulldozer like he taught my younger brother (the one who just had the quintuple CABG). Later, he refurbished a vw bug from the 60s that had a stick shift. I was also taking flying lessons at the time.

Watching me roll back somewhat on a hill, he told me that if I couldn't handle a clutch, I shouldn't be taking flying lessons. Had the clutch mastered even on hills within the week. Drove a stick shift until my early 30s. As ralph will probably remember driving a stick shift meant i could borrow some ridiculous cars fellow students had brought to college.

Speaking of vehicles red and i were cutting through buckhead last weekend and saw a big rolls royce suv like this


rse

https://www.carmagazine.co.uk/spy-shots/rolls-royce/rolls-royce-cullinan-2018-suv-spyshots/

Not even on the market yet. My computer is playing an early april fools joke on me this morning and locking me out. Had to reboot and suddenly that comment appeared.

hoyden

I love sticks. Every car I've ever owned has been a stick, from my first '68 bug through my 2006 Red Pill Martrix.

rse, how did your flying lessons go? Sticks are fun in airplanes too.

rse

This is another picture https://www.caranddriver.com/features/2019-rolls-royce-cullinan-25-cars-worth-waiting-for-feature

There was a robbery though a few weeks ago where someone followed a woman in a bentley until they got her to an intersection where she had stopped and they robbed her. Flashy is dangerous in this day and age.

rse

I never got my license hoyden, but I do get flying as a result of the lessons. Married a client of one of my law school classmates who has his atp and a multiengine instructor with lots of former students who fly for majors. He started writing computer software in high school to play for his flying lessons and skydiving hobby.

He also thinks anyone who is a straight A student is missing out on life. I asked him to keep that opinion to himself when the kids were young.

hoyden

Glad to hear you get to do a bit flying. Nothing beats the front seat and I never get tire of the view which is always spectacular.

A's are nice when you can get them. I was an occasional A student and I can't complain about missing out on Life.

Miss Marple the Deplorable

Good morning!

This tweet contains video of a rare jellyfish spotted off the coast of Mexico at a depth of 1225 meters.

https://twitter.com/ValaAfshar/status/980048201024790528

hoyden

rse, also nice that having had lessons, you know a bit about what's going on in the cockpit. I don't think I have the mental horsepower to fly IFR.

PDinDetroit

My father was dedicated to golf and knew pretty much nothing about anything else. The running joke has been "he forgot more about the game than we will ever know". It was very true.

He made me a club for my 4th birthday, a right-handed Arnold Palmer 2 wood. I was so determined to be a lefty that I hit the ball with the rounded side until it flattened out and finally shattered at age 9 or 10. I still have what is left of the club.

I didn't remember hearing "I love you" from him growing up. His actions spoke louder than any words could, though he did eventually learn to say the words. My mom told me that I was the one who taught my father to love. All of the 12 step recovery meetings that I attended, all of the hugs, and me telling him "I love you" were the investments that I made in our relationship and what made it possible for him to say those words to others. Best compliment I could ever hope to receive.

hoyden

Head right over with your morning coffee and enjoy
http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2018/03/the-week-in-pictures-the-second-shall-be-first-edition.php

RattlerGator

Jim, I know you may have temporarily lost your online access but, yes -- I know the non-American parts of the African diaspora played heavily into the script choices for Black Panther. I also know international non-Black audiences were a huge factor.

It's too much to say I don't give a damn about any of that, but that sentiment is not off by much.

hoyden

This TWIP is awesome.

Miss Marple the Deplorable

https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2018/03/30/noor-salman-jury-foreman-despite-not-guilty-verdict-we-were-convinced-she-did-know/

This has the statement from the jury foreman and then over 200 comments by people who are mad about the FBI not recording interviews, including a guy with personal experience of this.

hoyden

My kind of signaling.

PDinDetroit

My mom and her father taught me so many things it is hard to nail down.

My grandfather was a farmer, a tool and die maker for GM back in the Flint Buick City Days, and built a craftsman home in Royal Oak MI. He had a basement chock full of tool "stuff". It was the best sweet corn that came from his garden, you picked it from the plant, shucked it, and right into pot o' boiling water and being so good that butter and salt were not needed. It was his "dry humor" that I took on, ask him if he was alright and he would quip "nope, I am half-left" or ask him how he was feeling and he would reply "with my fingers" or he would touch his arm and say that "he felt fine".

My mom was a "tools kid", her favorite store was Home Depot where she would browse for hours. She and I planted so many plants together and did so many home projects - so rich an experience. She also taught me to cook, although I have been slacking in this area lately. She and I would be in her bird books often trying to figure out what had visited the feeders - I have tons of birds at our feeders here. I am definitely proud to be a "mommas boy".

As for the rest, I have a natural curiosity and what my wife calls "the patience of a saint". With my parents not being around due to "circumstances", I ran wild - quite literally. I love being out in nature and feel closer to God when doing so.

PDinDetroit

Migraine update: doctors want me inpatient and added new meds. Will take a couple weeks to get me there, have to get over pneumonia first.

Yeah, I can't do anything the easy way...

Miss Marple the Deplorable

http://people.com/movies/doris-day-celebrates-96th-birthday-see-exclusive-portrait/?xid=socialflow_twitter_peoplemag&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=peoplemagazine&__twitter_impression=true

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I did not know she was still alive - looks pretty good, too!

Also contains a video with clips from her movies.

Ralph L

My main exercise for freshman year was push-starting my roommate's Toyota. The battery was OK, but the add-on AC drained it when off.

The dealer steam-cleaned my engine without my permission, and 2 days later the battery terminal rusted off. Coincidence? I did go through 3 batteries in 8 years with that car.

sbw

Our son is ready to solo. Took it up on is own after taking over and fixing the well-tooled computer sim his FIL had (He is a private pilot).

I have my PP license but flying dropped off the radar, so to speak, post-kids.

Buckeye

PDin Detroit,

Praying you get over the pneumonia quick.

sbw

PDinD, thanks for the update. Waiting for the day you find relief.

We’ve met a dozen neuro docs this week and find them all delightful, curious, concerned and helpful. Hope you find the same.

Miss Marple the Deplorable


Donald J. Trump
‏Verified account @realDonaldTrump
17m17 minutes ago

While we are on the subject, it is reported that the U.S. Post Office will lose $1.50 on average for each package it delivers for Amazon. That amounts to Billions of Dollars. The Failing N.Y. Times reports that “the size of the company’s lobbying staff has ballooned,” and that...

...does not include the Fake Washington Post, which is used as a “lobbyist” and should so REGISTER. If the P.O. “increased its parcel rates, Amazon’s shipping costs would rise by $2.6 Billion.” This Post Office scam must stop. Amazon must pay real costs (and taxes) now!

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I told you guys that that agreement with Amazon and the Post Office exasperated him!

This should get Bezos' attention!

Buckeye

Mostly same experience SBW with PIC after kids.

Luckily, I have worked for several companies that had aircraft. Hundreds of hours flying right seat in aircraft that were excellent go fast instrument platforms.

Better when it is not on your nickel:)

Miss Marple the Deplorable


Donald J. Trump
‏Verified account @realDonaldTrump
12m12 minutes ago

Governor Jerry “Moonbeam” Brown pardoned 5 criminal illegal aliens whose crimes include (1) Kidnapping and Robbery (2) Badly beating wife and threatening a crime with intent to terrorize (3) Dealing drugs. Is this really what the great people of California want? @FoxNews

Buckeye

My old postman told me that he had lots of opportunity to work Sunday overtime delivering packages.

narcisocenfl

How much farther will we let this go?


https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2018/mar/30/fbi-questions-ted-malloch-trump-campaign-figure-and-farage-ally#img-1

Extraneus


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The Infamous Ignatz

Meant to respond to this from Comanche but forgot;
--Ignatz I believe that non religious conservatives still have a tragic view of life. --

I don't doubt that's true but I think the tragedy is a different one for both groups.

The non believer sees the tragedy as the endless battle of good vs evil and a world of wonder and great beauty and potential, ruined by the evil in the hearts of men.


The believer sees life as God's triumph over evil on the cross and His promise of eternal life three days later (tomorrow as a matter of fact) and one therefore full of hope. The tragedy is that so many reject that free gift and enter the afterlife through the wide gate that leads to the place Pope Che says doesn't exist.

Davod

From the Guardian article:

"...European officials, alarmed by the possible pick and his lack of diplomatic credentials, openly criticised Malloch, particularly after he compared the EU to the Soviet Union..."

The running of the EU parliament is based upon the politburo.

Momto2

I enjoyed reading what everyone's parents/grandparents taught them. Here is my list - probably learned all of this by 10 or 12. I know I drove my grandfather's tractor when I was 9.

Driving a stick shift - tractor
Bottle feeding newborn calves
Planting a garden
Weeding a garden
Making jelly
Making yeast bread
Which wild berries are safe to eat/which are poison
How to change a tire (maybe older than 12)
How to change my own oil (which I never do!)
The importance of writing thank you notes

It makes me sad to think of children who will not be taught some of these things.

The Infamous Ignatz

There's gotta be some way to pin this lousy Amazon-USPS deal on Katschitz' daddy.

Momto2

Oops - almost forgot - my grandfather taught me to clean, load, and shoot a shotgun. Not sure how old but not yet a teen.

Miss Marple the Deplorable

Ignatz,

When I was up earlier this morning I checked Thomas Wictor and discovered that since he doesn't follow political campaigns, he had never seen Kasich's eating. So someone posted the video of that, plus the video of Trump's comments ("Who eats like that? He put a whole pancake in his mough! Little bites, Barron, little bits.!")

Wictor was repulsed by Kasich's eating and thought the video of Trump was hilarious. Said he sort of reminded him of an old Borscht Belt comedian. HA!

The Infamous Ignatz

Here's my list:
Driving direct drive Allis Chalmers tracked tractor.
Driving stick and double clutching Dodge and Willys pickups.
Running mower and hauling hay.
Castrating small bulls.
Herding ducks.
Shooting chickens in the head.
Butchering steers and deer.
Gutting fish and birds.
Sniping birds after fruit and veggies.
Trapping porcupines that ravaged gardens.
The absolute worst; weeding the garden.

I could go on but I'm even starting to bore myself.

Miss Marple the Deplorable

They will use any smear they can dredge up. This morning they are upset at the new VA nominee. Yeah, just like Ceausescu. (Insert eye-roll here.)

https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2018/03/31/trump-ronny-jackson-va-ceausescu-physician-217765

Extraneus

I know he hates Bezos and Bezos deserves it for stupidly buying the WaPo and making his politics known, but I don't understand why Trump is whining about the Amazon deal.

Somewhere there exists a contract, signed by the federal gov't, that sets the prices for Amazon. There are voluminous rules for this type of thing. Who negotiated and signed this contract for the gov't, and did they break the rules or not?

Momto2

But Iggy - how many of the young today know how to castrate a bull? Lost art...

Miss Marple the Deplorable

Extraneus,

My usual option is to wait and see. President Trump doesn't fly blind into this stuff.

I would bet you cash money that he has seen the agreement, knows who signed it, and what perks the signer got after said signing.

Miss Marple the Deplorable

http://www.breitbart.com/national-security/2018/03/30/chinas-underground-christians-feel-betrayed-vatican-deal-beijing/

Extraneus

Most contracts have a termination clause. Surely the gov't can terminate at will, probably with a six month notice. Then other carriers can vie for Amazon's business or not.

I think he's just trying to drive the stock price down, which is very bad form for a president or any gov't official.

Davod

"Somewhere there exists a contract, signed by the federal gov't, that sets the prices for Amazon. There are voluminous rules for this type of thing. Who negotiated and signed this contract for the gov't, and did they break the rules or not?"

You mean like all legal agreements reached by the federal government after the federal insiders secretly colluded with the people on the other side of the lawsuits.

Miss Marple the Deplorable

Extraneus,

I don't think that's the point at all, but we will have to wait and see.

Davod

"I would bet you cash money that he has seen the agreement, knows who signed it, and what perks the signer got after said signing."

52 weeks free Washington Post.

Captain Hate

Here's the tweet of Katshit eating:

https://mobile.twitter.com/ThomasWictor/status/979988771864158208

In fairness to the simple goof, pictures of people eating are generally not pretty.

Extraneus

Have we heard from Jim_NJ since the drawing?

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/03/31/winning-ticket-for-mega-millions-jackpot-sold-in-new-jersey.html

Thomas Collins

Happy Easter and Happy Passover!

Turning to the secular, there are three final fours taking place this weekend. Congrats to the Notre Dame and Mississippi State women, who won their semifinal games yesterday. Men's semis are today. However, both of those finals fours pale in comparison to the Mother of Final Fours, which takes place this weekend. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.themaven.net/chessdailynews/api/amp/chessdailynews/scholastic/2018-college-chess-final-four-UNvTbEsBCEabHP3WCS3bbw

Man Tran

Lyle,

Pinged your addy again. Check your spam folder.

narcisocenfl

I know, fish... barrel


https://twitchy.com/dougp-3137/2018/03/31/yikes-chuck-todds-cringe-worthy-good-friday-hot-take-was-so-scorching-he-burned-himself/

JimNorCal

TC, new chess tournament begins today in Germany sponsored by GRENKE.
Today, right now world champ Carlsen is playing the recently selected challenger Fabiano Caruana. A foreshadowing of the match to come!

Captain Hate

Dear God, Sleepy F Chuck should have those jeanyuses at 30 Rock pining for Monkey Boy.

Captain Hate

When has the post office ever worried about making money when the Uniparty bails them out without fail?

Thomas Collins

I'm wondering, JimNorCal, whether Aronian can recover quickly from his less than stellar performance in Candidates 2018 to be competitive in the GRENKE tourney.

I'm happy that the Italian Stallion won his 14th game in Candidates 2018 to preclude the possibility of tiebreakers coming into play.

The Infamous Ignatz

That story on the Vatican reaching some type of reproachment with commie China should resolve any doubts about Pope Che.
When the Pope himself renders unto Caesar the things of God you've got a problem.
Revealing contrast to the heroism of John Paul and the church in Poland though.

rse

I think the area where I live in atlanta is not the only place people have begun to notice has mail trucks doing amazon deliveries in the mornings with mail showing up in late afternoon or after dark. It's not just a matter of losing money on bezos' work. It is treating them as the priority customer instead of the taxpayers funding all the losses.

Miss Marple the Deplorable

https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2018/03/bombshell_criticism_of_fbi_as_jury_foreman_in_the_noor_salman_pulse_nightclub_trial_speaks_out_.html#.Wr-bgqjWLBc.twitter

This is also about not recording interviews and why they SHOULD be recorded.

We would never have known about this practice if President Trump hadn't been elected with the attendant "investigations" and such.

Miss Marple the Deplorable

rse,

Now that you mention it, our mail comes very late, after 5PM most days, which I thought highly unusual.

Thomas Collins

Re narcisocenfl's link at 10:10 am: Nothing like a second rate media entertainer who practices pop secular theology during Holy Week.

JimNorCal

I have no particular insight into Aronian. But commenters say he has a history of flaming out when it comes to the Candidates tourneys. If he's not playing for a shot at the WC, he's fine.

If that's true he may do just fine at GRENKE.

Miss Marple the Deplorable

Thomas Collins,

Chuck Todd wasn't the only one. There were several telling us how the Pope was right about no hell, and many, many garbled Good Friday interpretations.

The lack of Biblical education is striking. That's how the WSJ made that error that "Noses brought water out of Iraq" instead of "a rock."

Davod

MM. But, as a friend of mine continually states - The 302 is a faith full statement of the interview.

I would hope that even he would see the folly of allowing the 302 to continue.

Captain Hate

Pope Jay Cutler

Extraneus

Nobody will argue with this cop's reaction.

https://iotwreport.com/cop-forced-to-shoot-driver-dead-try-doing-this-for-a-living/

Miss Marple the Deplorable


Ronna McDaniel
‏Verified account @GOPChairwoman
1h1 hour ago

Democrats hate our President more than they love our country.
===================

This is true, and I am very happy to see the GOP Chair SAY it.

Davod

An Italian speaking friend said that the Pope didn't say there was no hell. That comment came from a communist journalist. And no, strangely enough, the journalist did not work for the left wing Vatican newspaper.

Captain Hate on the iPhone

But Pope Edsel keeps being interviewed by the same atheist.

Davod

Captain Hate: I didn't say he was an atheist I said he was a communist.

Miss Marple the Deplorable

Captain Hate,

And the same atheist always causes "confusion."

I don't believe in coincidences.

JimNorCal

Clearly a winning issue.
http://donsurber.blogspot.com/2018/03/tired-of-failure-yet-swampies.html
The latest slam on Trump is that his administration will ask people in the next Census whether or not they are citizens. Imagine that. Counting people to determine how many Americans there are by asking them if they are citizens.

By not asking, Barack Obama broke a tradition that traces back two hundred years.

You would not know that by reading press accounts, but Ken Paxton, the attorney general of Texas, did his homework and wrote a marvelous piece on the citizenship question in the Hill.

"A question about citizenship was proposed for the first time in 1800 by Thomas Jefferson, who advocated for an inquiry into “the respective numbers of native citizens, citizens of foreign birth, and of aliens.” His straightforward reason for wanting such a question was 'for the purpose of more exactly distinguishing the increase of population by birth and immigration.' Jefferson got his wish just two decades later, when a version of his question appeared on the census of 1820, which asked how many 'foreigners not naturalized' lived in each household," Paxton wrote.

Captain Hate on the iPhone

They aren't mutually exclusive, Davod.

lyle

MT: still no email. Checked all folders

kcturk @ msn.com

Davod

Exactly.

Momto2

The other issue of USPS/Amazon is that they cram small packages into my mailbox along with my first class mail. My mailbox is a normal size and was not designed to hold packages.

I have a rather long driveway and while UPS has no problem driving up the driveway and leaving a package at my house, it seems the mailman cannot do this.

Rocco

You can reconstitute those dead car batteries! I had a dead battery sitting in my shed for over a year so I thought I'd try to reconstitute it using a trick I found on YouTube. Worked like a charm, that dead battery is now fully charged and sitting on a trickle charger.

Man Tran

Lyle,

Tried once more.

Late start cause everyone had something important to say. Heh.

Estimate 3-4 pm arrival. If we can’t get the email to work , give me a suitable meeting place and we will finalize our arrival time when we get closer.

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