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   Wrightwinger posted on Music  Phooey, you might like this one as well... An Easter version!
Tuesday at 19:26 EST .

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   Phooey  Beautifully rewritten lyrics, sung with that amazing children's choir ? What's not to like ?
I'll admit..... I needed a tissue. Thanks again !!!
Yesterday at 16:07 EST .

   Ole buzzard  It really is good. I shared on FB.
10 hours ago .

   Wrightwinger posted on Photography  Dogwood winter...
   Tuesday at 11:27 EST .

   Wrightwinger posted on Dogs, Cats & Critters  Meet Penny... We are dog sitting for our grandkids this week...
   Tuesday at 11:26 EST .

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   Gram77  Gosh this doggie is cute. Hi, Penny.
Yesterday at 14:18 EST .

   Wrightwinger posted on Gardening & Landscaping  Well, 90 on the porch Saturday, 80's on Sunday, 70's on Monday, SNOW this morning... Dragging plants back in the house.
   Tuesday at 10:19 EST .

   BirdsNest  Love the picture! Terrible about the weather for you, we are due four nights of mid to low 40's, so our trays of plants will have to come in. After Fri night we will have 50F night time temps.
Tuesday at 15:25 EST .

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   BirdsNest  They have revamped the night time temps so now it will be Monday before we dare to plant. We had ice Wednesday night.
About an hour ago .

   Wrightwinger posted on Dogs, Cats & Critters  Eagle cam...
April 13 at 23:03 EST .

   Ole buzzard  I forgot to go back and check that since early March when the last egg was laid!
Tuesday at 09:29 EST .

   Mildred  Checked this a few times and only saw the adult. Today I finally got to see the babies. This is truly special. How many babies are in the nest? There is always one baby who does more than the others. Today I thought that one was going over the edge but it stepped back just in time.
Tuesday at 16:27 EST .

   Ole buzzard  There are three eaglets at this time. True to form, there will always one chick that is dominant, and the parents will have to be diligent enough to keep that one from taking all the food from the others.
Yesterday at 14:10 EST .

   Mildred  I've been checking in on these guys periodically. The babies are getting big. Today people were walking and playing below and I don't think they knew the eagles were up there. I watched as the adult fed the babies. What a treat! It was really windy but everyone is safe.
Yesterday at 23:20 EST .

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   Wrightwinger posted on Dogs, Cats & Critters  Well, they're not kittens Gram, but welcome back with a fluffle of bunnies!
   April 12 at 10:41 EST .

   Gram77  Oh my, how little! How cute.
April 12 at 15:47 EST .

   Nugoddess  Bite-sized hasenpfeffer!
April 12 at 20:46 EST .

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   Flaming Sword  Well Nu, I think I can figure what you'll be getting from the Easter Bunny this year. A pile of stuff that is also brown and bite-sized.
April 13 at 15:34 EST .

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   Nugoddess  It's a joke, Flaming Sword.
April 13 at 19:56 EST .

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   Yottyhere  Has everyone lost their sense of humor ????

Hasenpfeffer is a freaking funny word !!!
April 13 at 20:29 EST .

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   Flaming Sword  Nu, so was my comment. A joke.
Yesterday at 20:36 EST .

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   Wrightwinger posted on Music  A while back, on one wall or another, I posted a comment and a song called "Hallelujah" by Cohen. It is a truly amazing and perplexing song about life that I had not heard until recently. I later found a Christmas carol that had the same music but rewritten lyrics. Here is yet another rendition that was on YouTube. It occurs to me that this is what Christianity is and the Church is all about... Taking the sadness, the pain, and the disappointment of this world and making it anew in an uplifting way. This is from an Irish wedding...
April 9 at 22:33 EST .

   Phooey  Wrightwinger, I apologize for posting the same video on the 'Coffee Klatch' after you did here. If I known, I would not have.
April 12 at 20:19 EST .

   Wrightwinger  Oh, that's ok! Two great minds... Or we could just have a ferocious spat about it... Nah! ;- )
April 13 at 23:10 EST .

   Wrightwinger posted on Main Page The Lobby  If you want to see a picture that is truly terrifying... Look at the graph on P.85 of these income tax instructions... I could not copy and paste the image.
April 7 at 17:38 EST .

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   Phooey  Hahaha,'We have redesigned the website to make it easier and faster to find the information you need.'
We are sooooo screwed !
April 7 at 19:45 EST .

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   Ole buzzard  Unfortunately, Phooey, it's beyond "screwed"!
April 8 at 23:46 EST .

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   Wrightwinger posted on Photography  Seen on FB.
   April 4 at 19:45 EST .

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   Ole buzzard  Serenity would be described thus.
Tuesday at 09:36 EST .

   Wrightwinger posted on Nostalgia  When I was a boy, my grandfather, the WWI vet who served in Russia, built a crystal radio out of some wire in a coil, and other parts. No electricity needed. It was something like the diagram below.
   April 3 at 19:45 EST .

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   Lights_Camera_Action  We made one of these for a science project in high school. WW's diagram appears to be a more refined one. Note the headphones in the background, no volume control. A target was KDKA, in Pittsburgh, and KMOX in St Louis - they had powerful transmitters.
April 4 at 19:22 EST .

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   Safetydude  If I remeber correctly, I had a 2-3" speaker connected to my radio and after dark, in St.Paul, I could listen WLS from Chicago or WSM from Nashville.

If I took my radio down into the basemant the reception improved????
April 4 at 21:51 EST .

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   Wrightwinger  Not sure why that worked about the basement... But the reception for distant AM stations is due to the lifting of the ionosphere after dark to a higher altitude thus allowing the signal to bounce further. A a lot of the early crystal radios could only be listened to by an earphone by one person at a time.
April 6 at 19:55 EST .

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