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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by of this world, Jun 29, 2021.
Ha ha. HOPE SO!
Wow. Slept a lot today and now it's tomorrow. Cool. I did buy a nixie tube clock, from Etsy, a cool one. Just HAD TO. Anyway, good night all.
Makes my .problems seem insignificant . Good Luck. Brimuze
Gee, I am SO GLAD I dont have huge problems like that poor guy with the blemish on his headstock on the latest new post.
but you know what, we all have to get through our own lives... mostly i am a very lucky man, i live by choice doing work that matters to me in a circle of people with mutual love and respect... sure id rather not be in the hospital -but that's just the things that happen...ive actually got it very good. i know plenty of people with burdens you cant see that id never want to be mine... so please dont think because ive (or anybody) got some challenges now that might look hard, that your own burden doesnt matter. we all earn our stripes one way or another.
I'm so happy to see that you're on the other side of this big surgery and doing well enough to come here and type! Here's to smooth sailing from here out!
Hey old pal. Thanks! It’s nice to hear from you .
I don't know of the things you are talking about mostly except your going under the knife and it's serious.
I really do wish you the best in your surgery and recovery. Don't sweat it brother. If you can be fixed they can do it.
Best wishes. We are all pulling for you.
I am praying for you!
All the best my friend!
The best of luck and surgeons skill for you repair job. I just had a small, actually tiny surgery by comparison for my carpal tunnel release surgery. I was worried since it was my first surgery but it went very well and 3 weeks later I have most of my right
hands strength back. Take care!
So I assume they didn't have too many parts left over. That the part I like best afterwards. Getting in some GOOD sleep. Plus you have a good excuse to tell people that come in your room to buzz off.
Nixie tube display. Kewl.
Oh Sure, that was fair! in France, they read T.S Elliot while in the Boston Public Schools I was reading "see Jane run"
LOL @Mansonienne is from California! but you also aren't lying...
Sorry I was going by her bio "Female, 56, from Paris suburbs, France" but Cali is close to France Right
yeah i know... but I know more about her than her 6 word bio, so again, unfair advantage.
I worked it out a few years ago. No French chic is going to be able to write English in that style, no matter how many years she may have spent living in the anglosphere.
Yeah, they ARE cool! I bought a kit once. Big mistake! One had to solder the tubes directly to the circuit board! Some of the tubes were bad. It's worth it to buy an assembled one. Even though I am solderer extrordinaire. That kit was no good.
Born in Oregon, grew up in California (mom and sis still live there - and my family and I are headed there Friday - yay!), moved to France after college graduation ... 35 years ago.... god, I'm getting old...