• Hi All

    From Satchmo@316:341/7 to All on Mon Dec 10 14:14:03 2018
    Hello all!

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  • From cr1mson@316:341/7 to Satchmo on Mon Dec 10 14:17:45 2018
    On 12/10/18, Satchmo said the following...

    Hello all!

    Well, hello sir. Glad you are here! I just so happen to be at the same
    place and same time as you! WELCOME!

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  • From Satchmo@316:341/7 to cr1mson on Mon Dec 10 14:21:00 2018
    ;-)

    many thanks for the help!

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  • From cr1mson@316:36/1 to Satchmo on Mon Dec 10 08:25:23 2018
    On 12/10/18, Satchmo said the following...

    ;-)

    many thanks for the help!

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    Worked like a charm! There goes me lucky charms! :D

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  • From Daryl Stout@316:36/20 to SATCHMO on Mon Dec 10 12:58:00 2018
    Hello all!

    Greetings and salutations.

    Daryl

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  • From Black Panther@316:36/17 to Satchmo on Mon Dec 10 17:53:25 2018
    Satchmo wrote to All <=-

    Hello all!

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  • From cr1mson@316:973/7 to Daryl Stout on Sat Dec 15 20:28:18 2018
    On 12/10/18, Daryl Stout said the following...

    Greetings and salutations.

    How you doin', Daryl?

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  • From Daryl Stout@316:36/20 to CR1MSON on Mon Dec 17 12:39:00 2018
    Jon,

    Greetings and salutations.

    How you doin', Daryl?

    In a word, exhausted. Money is tight this month, but I'll make it.
    Making more than one trip a week to the nursing home in Lonoke (40 miles
    east of Little Rock) to visit my Mom, drains the gas out of the
    car...even if it does get 20 miles per gallon. With the weather and
    other things, I've been able to do little work with the BBS, including
    reading my mail...I think I'm 5 days behind!!

    I've got to go to the doctor this afternoon for 3 issues:

    1) I've got a large cyst on my back, and whenever I lay on my back, or
    am in a seat or chair, and lean on it, it's rather painful. So, they
    have to pop it and drain it. I've had problems with these in other areas
    (face, groin, buttocks, legs, etc.). Some are caused by a hair getting
    jammed in the follicle, but I don't want them to turn into boils, which
    hurt like heck to get lanced. In the groin area, you can bleed out in a
    hurry if you're injured, whether you're male or female...because the
    femoral artery is in that area...what they use for a cardiac cath.

    2) I'm having to take low testosterone implants 4 months apart now. Part
    of growing old, and since I've been a widower for almost 12 years, my
    systems are getting atrophied. The numbing shots of the local anesthetic
    burn like mad, and it's given in the buttock cheek...alternating every 4 months. While it has been over a week since this first one was done, I'm
    afraid if I take the bandage off, it'll start bleeding like mad. So, I'm
    going to let the medical folks deal with it, and re-bandage it, if
    needed.

    3) I was diagnosed with a small umbilical hernia at a free hernia
    screening earlier in the month...and may eventually need surgery. With
    the violent coughing fits I get with sinus drain, I'm afraid one episode
    could "put me over the edge". That'd mean taking it easy for several
    weeks.

    Other health issues include watching for "a dark curtain across the
    eye", which means a detached retina is developing, requiring emergency
    surgery. At least the cataracts were taken care of several years ago,
    and I don't have any signs of glaucoma.

    I won't know what the income taxes or property taxes are until
    sometime in March. I had thought with my Mom having to cash in all of
    her stock dividends and life insurance policies to pay the nursing home
    fee (averaging $5500 to $6000 a month in Arkansas...add $2000 for a
    private room), would mean a huge tax bill. But, if I understood the
    folks at Arkansas Asset Protection Group right, that's now tax
    deductible. So, her tax bill may not be as big as I thought. However,
    income tax is due by April 15 -- I can wait until October 10 to pay the property tax...even though I assess that just after the first of the
    year.

    If I can get some money left from the Miller Trust, I am hoping to
    take one final train trip next September (my last one was over 10 years
    ago), from Little Rock to Albuquerque, New Mexico...then a stop in
    Champaign, Illinois, on the way home...both cities are ham radio event
    related. I won't know if I can do it until sometime in March...but if I
    can, that'll be the last big travel trip I do. Health concerns
    (including degenerative disk disease in my spine) will eventually keep
    me home.

    I had to do a big workaround on the BBS. The Comcast/Xfinity cable
    modem is in my Mom's bedroom (her house and car are mine now, since
    she's in a nursing home), where her computer and the ADT stuff is
    located (the front porch camera). I had to run an ethernet cable from
    the cable modem to the router in the front living room, where my
    computers are. Then, I had to run another ethernet cable back to the
    back bedroom to a network switch. This way, everything is on the LAN,
    and the modem is in bridge mode.

    It has been stormy here lately. We had 6 inches of rain in Little
    Rock from 1am Thursday to 1am Saturday...and lots of flooding resulted. Thankfully, I was high enough that flooding wasn't an issue, although
    there was a lot of standing water in the front yard. More storms are
    forecast Wednesday through Thursday, and it's supposed to be windy
    Thursday and Friday. Fog was real bad over the region this morning. No
    White Christmas for Arkansas, which suits me just fine. I just don't
    want an early start to Tornado Season.

    Daryl

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  • From cr1mson@316:36/1 to Daryl Stout on Mon Dec 17 15:28:11 2018
    On 12/17/18, Daryl Stout said the following...

    In a word, exhausted. Money is tight this month, but I'll make it. Making more than one trip a week to the nursing home in Lonoke (40 miles east of Little Rock) to visit my Mom, drains the gas out of the
    car...even if it does get 20 miles per gallon. With the weather and
    other things, I've been able to do little work with the BBS, including reading my mail...I think I'm 5 days behind!!

    I'm so glad I don't drive. No car payment, no oil changes, no blown gaskets, no flat tires, no car insurance payments. On your note though, yeah, usually driving a car requires gas. I would however, like to see an alternative to using gas as fuel for a car. I guess we can go to the stone age and go back
    to Bedrock.

    I've got to go to the doctor this afternoon for 3 issues:

    1) I've got a large cyst on my back, and whenever I lay on my back, or
    am in a seat or chair, and lean on it, it's rather painful. So, they
    have to pop it and drain it. I've had problems with these in other areas (face, groin, buttocks, legs, etc.). Some are caused by a hair getting jammed in the follicle, but I don't want them to turn into boils, which hurt like heck to get lanced. In the groin area, you can bleed out in a hurry if you're injured, whether you're male or female...because the femoral artery is in that area...what they use for a cardiac cath.

    Does sound painful. And, no thanks to the cath. I'll get up and walk.

    2) I'm having to take low testosterone implants 4 months apart now. Part of growing old, and since I've been a widower for almost 12 years, my systems are getting atrophied. The numbing shots of the local anesthetic burn like mad, and it's given in the buttock cheek...alternating every 4 months. While it has been over a week since this first one was done, I'm afraid if I take the bandage off, it'll start bleeding like mad. So, I'm going to let the medical folks deal with it, and re-bandage it, if
    needed.

    Man, I'd say your luck isn't very good.

    3) I was diagnosed with a small umbilical hernia at a free hernia screening earlier in the month...and may eventually need surgery. With
    the violent coughing fits I get with sinus drain, I'm afraid one episode could "put me over the edge". That'd mean taking it easy for several weeks.

    A hernia topped off on it all and now surgery... I suppose it's better than catching it too late.

    Other health issues include watching for "a dark curtain across the eye", which means a detached retina is developing, requiring emergency surgery. At least the cataracts were taken care of several years ago,
    and I don't have any signs of glaucoma.

    Well, that doesn't sound good at all. Man, I'm not looking forward to
    getting old anytime soon. I've been blessed, I'm in pretty good health at 40.

    I won't know what the income taxes or property taxes are until
    sometime in March. I had thought with my Mom having to cash in all of
    her stock dividends and life insurance policies to pay the nursing home fee (averaging $5500 to $6000 a month in Arkansas...add $2000 for a private room), would mean a huge tax bill. But, if I understood the
    folks at Arkansas Asset Protection Group right, that's now tax
    deductible. So, her tax bill may not be as big as I thought. However, income tax is due by April 15 -- I can wait until October 10 to pay the property tax...even though I assess that just after the first of the
    year.

    That's a pretty penny. Is there a new tax reform starting this year?

    If I can get some money left from the Miller Trust, I am hoping to
    take one final train trip next September (my last one was over 10 years ago), from Little Rock to Albuquerque, New Mexico...then a stop in Champaign, Illinois, on the way home...both cities are ham radio event related. I won't know if I can do it until sometime in March...but if I can, that'll be the last big travel trip I do. Health concerns
    (including degenerative disk disease in my spine) will eventually keep
    me home.

    I'll keep you in my prayers. I don't know what caused all your health issues except aging... Some folks have it better than others I guess.

    I had to do a big workaround on the BBS. The Comcast/Xfinity cable
    modem is in my Mom's bedroom (her house and car are mine now, since
    she's in a nursing home), where her computer and the ADT stuff is
    located (the front porch camera). I had to run an ethernet cable from
    the cable modem to the router in the front living room, where my
    computers are. Then, I had to run another ethernet cable back to the
    back bedroom to a network switch. This way, everything is on the LAN,
    and the modem is in bridge mode.

    Sounds good. I recently moved my system to a dedicated machine. It seems to withstanding pretty good.

    It has been stormy here lately. We had 6 inches of rain in Little
    Rock from 1am Thursday to 1am Saturday...and lots of flooding resulted. Thankfully, I was high enough that flooding wasn't an issue, although there was a lot of standing water in the front yard. More storms are forecast Wednesday through Thursday, and it's supposed to be windy Thursday and Friday. Fog was real bad over the region this morning. No White Christmas for Arkansas, which suits me just fine. I just don't
    want an early start to Tornado Season.

    No real bad weather here, it's been pretty nice here recently and expected to be beautiful throughout the rest of the week. I wonder if winter will skip Kansas this year.

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  • From Daryl Stout@316:36/20 to CR1MSON on Mon Dec 17 20:48:00 2018
    I'm so glad I don't drive. No car payment, no oil changes, no blown gaskets, C>no flat tires, no car insurance payments. On your note though, yeah, usually C>driving a car requires gas. I would however, like to see an alternative to C>using gas as fuel for a car. I guess we can go to the stone age and go back C>to Bedrock.

    With a 20 cent a gallon discount from Kroger, I can get gas tomorrow
    for $1.75 a gallon. That's sweet right before the holidays. For every
    $100 in groceries you buy (if you have a Kroger Card), you get 10 cents
    a gallon off in gas...up to $1 off per month. The points expire at the
    end of the following month, and do not "pile up". One time, I had 80
    cents a gallon off, getting groceries for my Mom and myself. With the
    gas price where it was, I got the gas for 86 cents a gallon!! :)

    Does sound painful. And, no thanks to the cath. I'll get up and walk.

    The doctor looked at it, and said they'd drain it next month. It
    didn't look like it needed to be drained today...plus, it was nearly
    closing time, and the doctors were running late.

    Man, I'd say your luck isn't very good.

    As the old song notes "If it weren't for bad luck, I'd have no luck
    at all".

    A hernia topped off on it all and now surgery... I suppose it's better than C>catching it too late.

    I found out I've lost 35 pounds. If I can drop another 35, my pants
    might drop (Moon Over Miami <G>), but I might have to look at surgery
    then.

    Well, that doesn't sound good at all. Man, I'm not looking forward to C>getting old anytime soon. I've been blessed, I'm in pretty good health at 40

    I'll be 60 in spring of 2000. None of us is getting any younger.

    That's a pretty penny. Is there a new tax reform starting this year?

    I think that's next year (2020). Even if you make or get $9700 (still
    below the poverty line), you'll have to pay 10% tax. They say the middle
    class is getting a break, but from what I saw, no one is getting out of
    paying taxes. I would assume that percentage is for the federal...the
    state taxes will vary...and some states have no income tax at all.

    I'll keep you in my prayers. I don't know what caused all your health issues C>except aging... Some folks have it better than others I guess.

    I'm not sure either. But, with degenerative disk disease in my spine,
    I doubt they'll remove my disability now.

    Sounds good. I recently moved my system to a dedicated machine. It seems to C>withstanding pretty good.

    I can't get this special phone to "provision" for a service to Ham
    Radio Operators called HamShack Hotline. The way it's set up, they're
    saying I have to plug it in direct to the cable modem to provision it.
    But, there's no room for additional plugs in the back.

    No real bad weather here, it's been pretty nice here recently and expected to C>be beautiful throughout the rest of the week. I wonder if winter will skip C>Kansas this year.

    I just don't want an early start to tornado season. I'm glad we're not
    going to have a White Christmas. That's the one day of the year when
    traffic on the interstates is light.

    Daryl

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  • From cr1mson@316:36/1 to Daryl Stout on Tue Dec 18 02:09:37 2018
    On 12/17/18, Daryl Stout said the following...

    With a 20 cent a gallon discount from Kroger, I can get gas tomorrow
    for $1.75 a gallon. That's sweet right before the holidays. For every
    $100 in groceries you buy (if you have a Kroger Card), you get 10 cents
    a gallon off in gas...up to $1 off per month. The points expire at the
    end of the following month, and do not "pile up". One time, I had 80
    cents a gallon off, getting groceries for my Mom and myself. With the
    gas price where it was, I got the gas for 86 cents a gallon!! :)

    Oh, you don't need to tell me. I work for Kroger. :D Spend $1,000, you get $1.00 off. Last I looked, gas was about $1.79 here, so that's a breezy 79 cents. Not bad, but $1,000 worth of groceries in one month. I can't imagine for one or two people. That is a sweet deal though. WTG! :D

    The doctor looked at it, and said they'd drain it next month. It
    didn't look like it needed to be drained today...plus, it was nearly closing time, and the doctors were running late.

    You know, it seems odd, your late to the doctor and you sometimes get a fee
    or have to wait like another week or two to rescedule. How about we CHARGE
    the doctor's office for when THEY'RE late. :D

    As the old song notes "If it weren't for bad luck, I'd have no luck
    at all".

    Awwhz man. Better luck next time. I won a pull-tab of $50 the other day,
    most I'd ever gotten on a $2 pull-tab, first time I'd even gotten $2
    pull-tabs. I didn't press my luck, I cashed in and went home. :D

    I found out I've lost 35 pounds. If I can drop another 35, my pants might drop (Moon Over Miami <G>), but I might have to look at surgery then.

    Is that what I saw in the sky, omgz!

    I'll be 60 in spring of 2000. None of us is getting any younger.

    I know that's right!

    I think that's next year (2020). Even if you make or get $9700 (still below the poverty line), you'll have to pay 10% tax. They say the middle class is getting a break, but from what I saw, no one is getting out of paying taxes. I would assume that percentage is for the federal...the state taxes will vary...and some states have no income tax at all.

    I did an estimate at H&R Block and it said I would probably owe like $300. I've always gotten something back, no matter how little it was, but then
    again, I've never kept a job for over a year like this one either, so I guess the more you work, the more you have to suffer. This high class stuff,
    people having billion's of dollars just to go play golf in the most expensive places in the world with hundred thousand dollar yachts has got to go. It
    must be nice to be wealthy. Awwhz well. I'll keep being a grunt. <grunt> :P

    I'm not sure either. But, with degenerative disk disease in my spine,
    I doubt they'll remove my disability now.

    I doubt too. Omgz man, I feel for ya'. I haven't heard of someone having so many health problems than I've heard from you in the last week combined. I'm glad you're still with us. You've got a great spirit of joy, that's for sure.

    I can't get this special phone to "provision" for a service to Ham
    Radio Operators called HamShack Hotline. The way it's set up, they're saying I have to plug it in direct to the cable modem to provision it. But, there's no room for additional plugs in the back.

    Looks like you're going to have to make room or upgrade your cable modem or perhaps get a router that supports more ports.

    I just don't want an early start to tornado season. I'm glad we're not going to have a White Christmas. That's the one day of the year when traffic on the interstates is light.

    People still drive on it though. I'd love a white Christmas because I love snow and I love Christmas. Just sayin'...

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  • From Daryl Stout@316:36/20 to CR1MSON on Wed Dec 19 16:59:00 2018
    Jon,

    Oh, you don't need to tell me. I work for Kroger. :D Spend $1,000, you get C>$1.00 off. Last I looked, gas was about $1.79 here, so that's a breezy 79 C>cents. Not bad, but $1,000 worth of groceries in one month. I can't imagine C>for one or two people. That is a sweet deal though. WTG! :D

    It really is. But, they don't have as wide a selection as at Wal-Mart.
    But, I can't afford $1000 a month for groceries...that about wipes out
    what I get in disability.

    You know, it seems odd, your late to the doctor and you sometimes get a fee C>or have to wait like another week or two to rescedule. How about we CHARGE C>the doctor's office for when THEY'RE late. :D

    One cartoon showed a person doing exactly that. <G>

    Awwhz man. Better luck next time. I won a pull-tab of $50 the other day, C>most I'd ever gotten on a $2 pull-tab, first time I'd even gotten $2 C>pull-tabs. I didn't press my luck, I cashed in and went home. :D

    When I played the Arkansas Lottery (no more than once a month), my max
    was $5, whether I won or lost...and I've lost far more than I've won.

    Is that what I saw in the sky, omgz!

    Full moon rising...my butt produces the thunder and lightning. <eg>

    I did an estimate at H&R Block and it said I would probably owe like $300.

    I'm going to them next year.

    I've always gotten something back, no matter how little it was, but then C>again, I've never kept a job for over a year like this one either, so I guess C>the more you work, the more you have to suffer. This high class stuff, C>people having billion's of dollars just to go play golf in the most expensive C>places in the world with hundred thousand dollar yachts has got to go. It C>must be nice to be wealthy. Awwhz well. I'll keep being a grunt. <grunt> :P

    I take consolation in the 2 Bible verses that Jesus said:

    1) "Woe to you who devour the fortunes of widows. For you shall receive
    the greater damnation".

    2) "Vengeance is mine, I will repay".

    I know we're not to wish bad on folks...but for these, I can't wait
    for their judgment to take place. Truly, "the love of money is the root
    of all evil".

    I doubt too. Omgz man, I feel for ya'. I haven't heard of someone having so C>many health problems than I've heard from you in the last week combined. I'm C>glad you're still with us. You've got a great spirit of joy, that's for sure

    If it wasn't for my hobbies, I'd snap.

    Looks like you're going to have to make room or upgrade your cable modem or C>perhaps get a router that supports more ports.

    Tried it directly into the cable modem, and the system couldn't see
    it. Some think the phone has gotten screwed up, but I can't afford to
    get a new phone, let alone ship it off to be provisioned until probably
    next summer...too many bills right now.

    People still drive on it though. I'd love a white Christmas because I love C>snow and I love Christmas. Just sayin'...

    No White Christmas here...but if we get a lot of rain, flooding will
    be a severe issue.

    Daryl

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  • From cr1mson@316:36/1 to Daryl Stout on Sat Jan 12 15:52:54 2019
    On 1
    9 Dec 2018, Daryl Stout said the following... DS>
    It really is. But, they don't have as wide a selection as at Wal-M
    art.DS> But, I can't afford $1000 a month for groceries.
    ..that about wipes outDS> what I get in disability.
    Not yet anyway. But the direction K
    roger is going, they've been buildingb
    igger shopping centers. I would love to see W
    al-mart go under. I pity them
    You know, it seems odd, your late to
    the doctor and you sometimes get a DS> C>or have to wai
    t like another week or two to rescedule. How about we CHA
    the doctor's office for when THEY'RE late. :DDS>
    One cartoon showed a person doing exactly that. <G>
    It should be more than a cartoon, but reality.
    What comes around goes around.
    When I played the Arkansas Lottery (no more than once a mo
    nth), my maxDS> was $5, whether I won or lost...and I've
    lost far more than I've won.I should buy a
    ticket once a week just to see how far my luck goes. A
    dollarfor a million would be a big advantage.
    Heck, I'd take $1,
    000.DS> C>Is that what I saw in th
    e sky, omgz!DS> DS> Full moon rising...my
    butt produces the thunder and lightning. <eg>omgz
    ! Don't say it's true!
    I did an estimate at H&R Block and it said I would pro
    bably owe like $30DS> DS> I'm going to the
    m next year.Me too. I'
    ll be filing there. Since I worked so much
    last week, looks likeI'll have to sh
    ell out $300 in taxes this tax season.
    I take consolation in the 2 Bible verses that Jesus said:
    1) "Woe to you who devour the fortunes of widows. Fo
    r you shall receiveDS> the greater damnation".
    2) "Vengeance is mine, I will repay".
    God is in control.DS> I know we're
    not to wish bad on folks...but for these, I can't waitD
    for their judgment to take place. Truly, "the love of money is the
    rootDS> of all evil".Judge and
    thou shalt be judged.DS> If it wasn
    't for my hobbies, I'd snap.A great hobby it
    is. I cannot believe I've stuck with
    it for so long,regardless of all the downfalls
    . I get more enjoyment out of it thananythi
    ng.DS> C>Looks like you're going to hav
    e to make room or upgrade your cable modemDS> C>perhaps
    get a router that supports more ports.DS> DS
    Tried it directly into the cable modem, and the system couldn't s
    eeDS> it. Some think the phone has gotten screwed up, bu
    t I can't afford toDS> get a new phone, let alone ship i
    t off to be provisioned until probablyDS> next summer...
    too many bills right now.I know that'
    s right.DS> No White Christmas
    here...but if we get a lot of rain, flooding willDS> be
    a severe issue.Nope. I haven
    't seen any snow since fall of '18.
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  • From Daryl Stout@316:36/20 to CR1MSON on Sun Jan 13 01:42:00 2019
    Jon,

    I hate to be a spoiled sport, but I read all my messages in a QWK
    Packet via Offline Express (OLX). While I can show the ANSI in messages,
    like with what you sent...and with BBS ads...I can NOT reply to, and
    quote them.

    It's much easier for me to do mail via QWK Packets than online.

    Daryl

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    OLX 1.53 And Adam asked 'What's a Headache?'
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  • From cr1mson@316:36/1 to Daryl Stout on Sun Jan 13 02:14:15 2019
    On 13 Jan 2019, Daryl Stout said the following...

    I hate to be a spoiled sport, but I read all my messages in a QWK
    Packet via Offline Express (OLX). While I can show the ANSI in messages, like with what you sent...and with BBS ads...I can NOT reply to, and
    quote them.

    Hey, not a problem. I think I'll just end my message simple.

    -- cr1mson

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