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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    BR, I think you got that program down pat!:thumbsup:

    Sent from my laptop:D
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    :rotfl:
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    Gee Charlie, do try to keep up:D
  4. Re: Portable Cement Mixer - What Size and What Style

    Just bought the exact one Saturday, registered on their site and got another 20% off. Can't complain for only $154 OTD. So fr mixed 6 bags and it worked good.
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    Dang Brandi, the granddaughter is growing fast!
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    Re: Best way to treat tree wound?

    Covering a "wound" on a tree is a old "wives' tale", better to let the tree heal itself with is natural defenses. If you coat it, you may prevent it from healing at all. Some woulds are not...
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    I only received .10, so a total of 1.72" Not going to complain, our lakes are still severely low.
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    Re: Credit Card Processing

    Here is some more good info

    Stop Junk Mail and Telemarketing | Fight Identity Theft
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    Re: Credit Card Processing

    I don't get telemarketing calls and haven't for around 8 years. I also get 90% less junk mail and I don't have credit card offers floating around after registering at the link below. You fellas...
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    Re: Pole shop and shed building

    Thanks for that description, i would have never known, but sure sounds like a hardy wood.
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    Dang Luo, better locate them "floaties":shocked:
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    BR, I'm betting it is close enough to you that you could still get stuck!:laughing: Should be headed your way... Might tell Cher to get the "pull" truck warmed up and ready:D
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    Re: Pole shop and shed building

    BTW, looking great!
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    Re: Pole shop and shed building

    Sounds like you took all the prudent precautions you could:thumbsup: Not having any Beech around here, i just always assumed it to be a softer wood.
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    Just dumped the gauge for the Cocorahs daily report. I'm now the proud owner of 1.62":dance1:
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    Has been raining off and on all night, don't know how much yet, but sure looking forward to it!

    Bird, I hope your Doc has had his morning "Joe"!
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    Light drizzle here already. At least we wont have a freeze with this go around and the snow will be "fun" to watch falling.
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    Re: Pole shop and shed building

    Going to look real nice! How durable is that wood?
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    Re: A little something I put together

    I think it looks great!
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    Re: Help with creek crossing

    Or, buy a flat rail car, they hold upwards of 100,000k#'s and plenty long. Another option would be a flatbed trailer (semi size), they also have a good load rating.

    This place has a distributor...
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    Re: Sale at TSC

    They had some decent sales on large items over the holidays as well.
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    Well shoot Charlie, I'm in the bathroom for "fittteen" of it!:shocked:
  23. Re: Are Your Insurance Rates Up Again? Recommendations?

    Call Amica and get a quote...
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    Know what you mean, 1st 30 minutes isn't to bad...................................
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    OOOOOH, got it, well it sounds like you have the hard part worked out as far as a candidate (probably have to pass the TBN Texas weather thread fellas board though):D

    Don has a good point too,...
  26. Re: ugh.. Discovery Channel Alaskan Bush People hype / BS

    One of my biggets pet peeves of any show on Discovery now. All about ratings and cash, not substance.
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    Re: Planting a Garden in an old Dog Run??

    I agree on getting a full soil sample, might even speak to your city or county health dept. Soil samples are cheap and in this case very relative.
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    Cowboys played great the 1st half, got way slopy in the second half, game shouldn't have came down to one play with Dez. They should have went for a short slant and not the less % shot to the EZ. BUT...
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    Brandi....Florida:confused3:
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    Brandi, ea fella would have to be a smart bad Sum B to marry you! Unless he wouldn't mind looking bad:D Kind of thinking you make us "mens" look like "boyz":mur: And I unstuck a valve and fixed my...
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    Re: Verizon WiFi issues

    Eddie,didnt read the whole thread, so this may have been mentioned already. You can download this to check if your WIFI is being highjacked. I have it and it takes little resources....
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    Bad food?:D
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    15* At least my fruit trees will get some chill hours, they have had a few leaves growing all year.. Even had potatoes I missed ,up 5-6"
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    My son felt the 2nd one, it was 3.6. he was about 15 miles West in the mid-cities area. A couple of folks on the hunting forum also felt it around Dallas. One fella said he felt it in his truck while...
  35. Re: Finally one for the good guys - Camera install pays off

    +1 for our side, just sad that you have to go to the trouble and expense, just to keep what you have worked for. SMH
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    Yes sir 1967 and -14*:shocked:
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    Yes SUH!, the boys are hanging tough for a change, made it to the playoff for the 1st time since 09! Next Game Green Bay, temps at game time are supposed to be at 14*:shocked: Will be a great game.
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    Re: Any coyote hunters

    Not sure how to respond and not try to sound arrogant. I started hunting yotes around 1979 for "sport" then later did allot for $. Probably have taken 600 or so, with 95% in traps/snares. I would bet...
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    19* here, wind nothing like yesterday WHEN THE COWBOYS WON:thumbsup:
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    Brandi, that's great! I have a total of maybe 1' in mine LOL
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    We need moisture in any form we can get it, but ice always seems to be a challenge for Texas drivers. 20% chance of ice/snow mix Wednesday a.m. Then 50% chance of Ice for Thursday, 60% chance of rain...
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    Re: Creating my horse barn

    Looking good Eddie:thumbsup:
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    That reads different than the Halliburton employees on the hunting forum suggest!
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    Found out a bit ago my son lost hs new 2 month old job in the oil and gas "thang", along with his uncle and his girlfriend. He said the call came like this " Hey how you doing? hate to tell you this...
  45. Re: Good friend and "family" could sure use a prayer

    James, there are few people in the world, that are and "was" as genuine as Don and Marcella, They where/are steadfast in their belief of God and helping their fellow man in anyway they can.

    Update...
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    Wish all you guys and gals a safe memorable holiday season.:thumbsup:

    Actually got .44 in the rain gauge yesterday, so happy about that. Deer food plot is doing great as is the winter grasses...
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    Well said Charlie:thumbsup:
  48. Re: ugh.. Discovery Channel Alaskan Bush People hype / BS

    I think the Discovery channel lost its "Discovery" along time ago. May still be better than many other cable shows, but far from the "Discovery" concept and into unrealistic reality shows. Still...
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    Yes Sir, if it can get stuck, you're the man for the job:D Weather has been the same here, foggy, drizzle, cool and cloudy.
    ,
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    Re: Late last night

    I suppose yelling "Bomb", or "I'm a terrorist" on an airplane is OK too?
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    Like the wood! Sure makes it "pop!":thumbsup:
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    BTW folks, a few days ago I got .83 in the rain gauge:thumbsup: Over the last 2 days it has been, well, nasty out. BUT another .38 in the gauge with all the drizzle and mild temps, getting a decent...
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    Robby, I have been by there!!! Always in the middle of the night, but next time I'll wake you up:D
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    Robby, what you do is an art form, seems like it would be easier to just get a "wood-bender", like we use with metal:D
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    Robby those look killer!:thumbsup:
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    We got .84 from that rain, trained over us for over an hr:thumbsup:
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    Re: Septic tank

    Mine has those backflo thingys, but I wish I had had them install an access at the exit point of the last tank for adding root killer that foams..
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    I think most of them are already here? LOL


    Nice way to burn up scrap Blue River:thumbsup:
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    Re: Harbor Freight 2-way log splitter

    2 way are nice, not sure about NT quality though. I just bought the 22 ton from TSC, they had a Black Friday sale for $899. Much quicker than I thought it would be and it has taken everything I have...
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    BR, they know we don't have any "alien" poultry and livestock anymore:D

    Seriously, probably budget related I would guess.
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    Re: Deer Feeder "Apple Corn?"

    Seen the apple flavor at Walmart for several years, been out for awhile. Deer seem to like sr8 corn "smell" just fine IMO. If they don't live in an area with apples, I would wonder about the logic....
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    I thought they where going to close that border on the Red river? I think they gave up on the Southern one:D
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    Re: WayneB pass on.

    RIP Wayne, prayers for the family.
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    Thanks folks... Those lines aren't near str8! :D Doubt I could do a straight one either! Thank you FG19!
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    Thanks guys, haven't really shown anyone since I stopped, but as my back gets harder to deal with, sure liking the idea again.
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    Thanks BR, but not as "clean" looking as your work:thumbsup: I enjoy doing lighting the most, done so many bath sets, I could do them in a drunk sleep!
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    Sorry for the crappy photos, most are in shop, or at the delevery store.

    BTW My brothers test came back early today!! NEGATIVE for cancer:thumbsup: So in a good mood:D
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    BR, I used to do that "stuff" for a living:thumbsup: You're making me consider it again, but it is a bit tougher doing it free-hand!

    Here are a few older photos, all cut by hand with a...
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    Hey Charlie, you keeping these rowdy folks in line LOL?
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    Brandi, here's a link

    http://texashuntingforum.com/forum/ubbthreads.php
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    LOL, no, :D Been busy and on a hunting site quite a bit. See Eddie there allot lately too. TBN was getting "different" then when I started, but will see how things are now. BTW, nothing against...
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    Re: Texas Fall/Winter thread!

    Blue river, awesome gates!:thumbsup:
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    Felt great when I left the house, get down her to Galveston and is muggy:banghead: I only got .19 yesterday, but it was nice cool day
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    Re: Mounting a fireplace mantel

    That one also turned out nice, great job.:thumbsup:
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    Re: Mounting a fireplace mantel

    Cartod and Eddie, those turnout great:thumbsup: Eddie like the hidden straps, mantel looks great with the stain.
  76. Thread: hornet nest

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    Re: hornet nest

    Got to have protein and problem solved.
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    Re: What is you best food plot crop?

    Eddie, I have seen your post over the years concerning your FP's, why they don't utilize it more, makes no sense. I wonder what the culprit is? I know hogs can cause deer to avoid an area (you do...
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    Re: Are your "hummers" leaving early?

    This year has been a much busier year than normal. Had quite a few for a month early on (Spring), then a slow down.

    The last 3 weeks, been crazy, all we can do to keep 6 feeders clean and filled....
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    Re: Time to stack wood

    You Northern boys, sure can go through some wood and understandably so, we also did when I was a kid living much further North.

    I have about 2 cords, I split it as we use it to try and thwart fire...
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    Re: What is you best food plot crop?

    Just got my plot planted 2 days ago, don't know why I bothered, been so dry. Most here use oats, or include them in a mix. Oats will always attract deer. I mix in some wheat, JIC we get a cold enough...
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    Re: Building a bridge

    There is a few company's in Colorado, that build bridges from rail cars, from what iirc, they ship over rail or semi too. Mat get some ideas from their website.

    about

    Bridgedecks -...
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    Charlie, that is a blessing. The rain has been all around me since yesterday, but not a drop so far. N Texas looks to be getting some much needed rain and hopefully it drops South.
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    For the little time I have been home, has been awe full dry, the showers that have come and gone, always seem to avoid our place. I don't see how grass and weeds can grow so much when its this dry!...
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    Re: Jinman's Lift Project

    Ditto BR

    Never met Jim, but had many a conversation here on TBN. Finding this out today brought a tear. I only hope that if life throws me a curve ball like this, I will face it with half the...
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    Sticky: Re: Jinman has passed.

    Actually brought a tear...Rest in peace Jim, we have lost a smart, interesting man and I will miss your quips and post. Prayers for Kathy, grandson and family
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    Congratulation Robby and Family!!!:thumbsup: What are the odds of a same day B-Day? WOW
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    Re: Jinman's Lift Project

    Welcome aboard young lady!! Be careful though, after all the good things Jim has said about you, you may get "hit on":D
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    Yep, I run them on my truck and trailers. Bad enough with the heat in the summer on tires and I still get a few flats (usually) on the heavier trailer though) Load range "E" iirc.
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    Re: Jinman's Lift Project

    Fellas that is great:thumbsup: Been real busy out of town on Jobs. Feel bad I didn't keep up and throw in a hand.
  90. Thread: Texas moment

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    Re: Texas moment

    The DFW has broken at least two records, I know the daytime high of 79* broke the 1898 record. Yesterday am, it was 61 or 62, they said that was a record, but didnt catch the "since when" part.
    I...
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    1.64" was all we did, but at a sure needed time. Rained somewhere around Houston almost everyday this week.
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    I forgot all about that? and IDK , didn't someone get in a chase or something with the thief?
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    Been seeing great windrows in fields around the house, so a few are getting some decent bales with the limited rainfall. I think the rain fell at just the right few times, still seeing it at $80...
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    Don, I had one guy come up in a wheel chair, naturally I felt sympathy. I told him I kept no money while on the job (true), so he wheeled over by the building, got out of the chair and walked over...
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    Looked like it rained in Houston are, for sure in Katy yesterday. I hear nothing at home yet, but much hope for the 7-% chance today and tonight.

    Man, the panhandlers are out in the Houston area,...
  96. Thread: 2,4-D question

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    Re: 2,4-D question

    Eddie, I always had mine put out by the fertilizer dealer the 1st application of liquid fert each year. They used a die and foamer at the end of each boom, to cut down on over application, or missed...
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    Re: Texas Spring/Summer Thread

    Charlie, that sounds good, I have had the bacon and g cheese and it is awesome, tomato and bacon as well, both great "samiches". Since I quite eating "poke" though, no more for me:laughing:
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    Re: Your thoughts on my future carreer change

    Eddie, I think I would build storage units up by the main road, possibly include rv and boat storage. Less interaction and for those that don't pay, have a small retail outlet to sell the good stuff...
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    Re: How does your garden grow?

    Actually picked to very small melons today, had one sugar baby that wasn't to darn bad:thumbsup:
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    Re: How does your garden grow?

    Nice melon Tim, I havent even checked mine for a week! Been out of town working and the crabgrass has about won the war. Will forage in there this evening and see if there are any "survivors". We did...
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