Hey Rufus, You Still With Us ??

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...look - I'm going to ask you one more time it you have any cheese. And if you say no, I'm going to shoot you.
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Rufus
Craig,
I really couldn't say about the minefields. My comment was based on looking at the stuff dug up by a small team of diggers in Belgium, near Ypres. Not just ammunition but all manner of equipment and yes, the occasional missing soldier.
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Of course Ypres was a particularly hot spot, but it still suggests a lot of explosives and gas are still underground across the whole front.
Ralph
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Ralph Currell
they dug up a brit chunk and a german chunk. lots of skeletons, some built into the wall. big philosophic difference in construction of the 2 lines....good reading.
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someone
, " snipped-for-privacy@earthl> >> Enzo Matrix wrote:
Craig's on our side of the pond. And BTW, I wish our local outlet would give Hyacinth a rest. Every frickin' Saturday night at 8PM!!!! All the while WHYY is running classic movies on that night and making me wish I had an antenna.
Bill Banaszak, MFE Sr.
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Mad-Modeller
ears don't work?
Don't have any. Currently on cable, the main reasons for staying being C-Span, Pa. Cable Network and WGN Superstation. When I pick up my converter box I'll check ear prices. I signed up for a box because Comcast is about as trustworthy as Ahmanutjob in Iran. I decided to be prepared.
how about a 2 wire strand under the gutters? cheap and easy.
I'll mention it to the electronics genius. Might happen. (And the garage might see the car again - HA!)
Bill Banaszak, MFE Sr.
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Mad-Modeller
He was, when it was on a number of years ago. There was a rumor that he had died, which turned out to be false... at that time. I was sorry when he did die a couple of years later. I can't hear 'Yackety Sax' without thinking of him.
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willshak
...funny...having grown up with WGN as a local broadcast station, I still have to chuckle every time I hear or read WGN "superstation"...snort...
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Rufus

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