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Old Tom

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  1. Have a happy day today Homie. Celebrate safely bro. Old Tom
  2. Got it Tommy, be there. Old Tom
  3. Sorry to hear of your family disappointments, I hope in your future you find more compassionate and forgiving folks to abide with. Sometimes it only takes one person or one unkind word to set someone of on a lifetime of uncertainty. May your future be blessed bro. Old Tom
  4. Have a happy one today, Frank. Old Tom
  5. Yeah, but they stink...……………………. Old Tom
  6. Who didn't want to look like 'Charles Atlas? He was just a little skinny kid that the girls all ignored, but when that big brute kicked sand in his face he bought a 'Dynamic Tension' kit and changed his life forever. He kicked hat tough guys butt and lived happily ever after with all those good looking girls.
  7. Happy Birthday bro...…... Old Tom
  8. I'll never forget an experience that my work partner and I had back in 1966. We were checking some telephone manholes for air leaks along Litchfield Rd. outside of Luke Air Force Base. I pulled the lid on a hole to be inspected and dropped a air mic similar to the ones used by the Air Force to detect leaks in aircraft. I heard a hissing and Sherman Booth my partner, dropped down into the hole and I bent over to see what he was going to do. All of a sudden he came flying out of that man hole like he had wings. He ripped off his headset and kept yelling snake, snake. I very carefully peered down into the manhole and saw a gopher snake laying on a cable splice with mouth wide open and hissing at me. That critter was really pissed off at us but he didn't strike at Sherm or me at all. We pulled the lid and figured to leave him to his domain of scorpions, vinegaroons, and lizards. I guess he crawled down the little hole that you pull the lid open with when he was a little bugger. Sherm was always a slow moving fellow and nothing bothered him much, but I did see another side of him that day. The reason I mentioned his name is that he was one of the few survivors of the sinking of the USS Indianapolis at the end of wwII. He is in the survivor list on the internet but I think that most of those guys are gone by now. There are a couple of fine films out about that tragedy if you are interested. Old Tom
  9. Forgot just what this thread was about. Hijackers often won't start a thread of their own but bully their way into another's. I didn't know this about the rattles on snakes but I'm glad that they are there no matter how they work. I mostly see the snakes before they do their thing but I'm a slow hunter and pick my way through the brush. Has anyone run into a whole passel of snakes in the act of mating and such? That's kind of unnerving as you don't know just how far into it you have ventured. Old Tom
  10. Have a good one today Shep. You still haven't caught me yet. Old Tom
  11. Happy Birthday bro. Wishing you all the best. Old Tom
  12. From Pop Corn, the father of all jokes...……. Old Tom
  13. Happy Birthday Bro...………. Old Tom
  14. Just the tail wheel, the landing gear wheels are way over sized. Old Tom
  15. Great day ahead for you, go out and enjoy it. Happy Birthday bro. Old Tom
  16. Happy Birthday youngster. Go out and find a rock today bro. Old Tom
  17. Tom and I found a dead elk with a beautiful rack while hunting for turkey. it was full of maggots and decaying quit a bit. We cut the head off and made a pole sling and carried it out. I was the rear carrier and got most of the stink while Tom picked the way and breathed clean air. Maggots were dropping all the way out which was quite a distance. When we got to a road we hid it in the brush and went for the truck which was several miles away. Got a ride to camp and deliberated weather to go back for it or not. We finally decided to retrieve it and brought it home. We threw it in the pasture and the chickens had a field day cleaning it up maggots, meat, eye balls and all. Tom soaked it in lye and made a great mount out of it. Still have it on the wall in the barn, maybe I can get him to take a picture of it to post. Old Tom
  18. Boulder Dash strikes again. Tom and I owe our first encounters with the metal detector to Mr. Dash. He has helped so many in the past it's time for a big 'Hurrah' for the guy. Well done my man. Old Tom
  19. Good going bro, wish I were there. Thanks again for the apricots, they are as good as gold. Old Tom
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