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   Ole buzzard posted on Sports  Big NFL showdown this weekend: New England Patriots visit the Green Bay Packers in Lambeau Field. Here's hoping they both have 9-3 records when the game is over!
20 hours ago .

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   Ole buzzard posted on Jokes  .
   23 hours ago .

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   Ole buzzard posted on Jokes  .
   Yesterday at 19:08 EST .

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   Ole buzzard posted on Jokes  CAN YOU NAME THIS OLD TOOL?

Thought you would enjoy this educational moment in American history. Do you know what it is?

Give it a guess, then look below for the answer. (Please scroll down to the picture first before you continue reading. )

Hint: Used by a physician...

Hint: It's a kit...

Tobacco Smoke Enemas (1750s-1810s ).

The tobacco enema was used to infuse tobacco smoke into a patient's rectum for various medical purposes, primarily the resuscitation of drowning victims. A rectal tube inserted into the anus was connected to a fumigator and bellows that forced the smoke towards the rectum.

The warmth of the smoke was thought to promote respiration, but doubts about the credibility of tobacco enemas led to the popular phrase "Blowing smoke up your arse."

It has been reintroduced in Washington, by the Obama Administration as an integral part of the New Health Care Program.

   Yesterday at 19:05 EST .

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   Iacta alea est  Ya' had me there for a minute Buzz, you really did. Now I need some "brain bleach" to get rid of the mental image.
13 hours ago .




   Ole buzzard posted on Photography  A coal train travels along the Wenatchee River near Monitor, Washington, on its way back to the mines in the Powder River Basin near Gillette, Wyoming.
   Yesterday at 15:19 EST .

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   HopeandGlory  Nice one Buzz . . . Thanksgiving Blessings to you, Yottie and Family. Have a great Holiday Season.
19 hours ago .

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   Ole buzzard posted on The Road Automobilia  Speaking of cabovers, for a time during the late 1950s/early 1960s, Mack offered a line of medium duty cabovers built with Mack frames and power trains, but utilizing Ford cabs. Here is an example of each.
   November 23 at 13:27 EST .

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   Ole buzzard posted on Photography  On a bright summer day, an intermodal (container ) train travels past pine trees near Maine, Arizona.
   November 22 at 18:15 EST .

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   Ole buzzard posted on The Road Automobilia  He also had an Ottawa Model C corn sheller mounted on a 1947 International KB-7 truck.
   November 21 at 17:38 EST .

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   Ole buzzard posted on The Road Automobilia  And the Studebaker (dad's was almost identical to this one ).
   November 21 at 17:34 EST .

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   Ole buzzard posted on The Road Automobilia  This is a 1947 KB-6 (a 1949 model is identical )
   November 21 at 17:32 EST .

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