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John Allen

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About John Allen

  • Birthday 03/07/1948

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    Mobile, Alabama
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    Golf, modeling

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  1. The "What have you done today?" thread.

    They deep fat fry them in some parts of the South and eat them like fried pork skins. Nothing is bad as Tripe. Worked a summer as a Biologist Aide in the summer when sampling in boats we would bring bag lunches. Had a Biologist loved Sweet Sue canned Tripe, he would open up the can and the stench was unbelievable. He'd commence to slathering hot sauce over it and eat it with his fingers all the time running down his chin and chest. Talk about trying to hold down your gag reflex man it was as bad as bad can be. Could have done without this memory.
  2. The "What have you done today?" thread.

    Not in California probably made from soy Edamame dogs with shredded palm hearts
  3. Charlie, It may be easy to order hollow and solid stock brass from Model Expo or the other Hobby something forgot last name. It seems it would be easy to solder one appears to be a very simple shape. I might be missing something in your post at times I have a simple mind. Good Luck
  4. Latest pieces off my drawing board

    I would like 1 or 2 beautiful
  5. The "What have you done today?" thread.

    Thanks to everyone it provides me a warm smile and a good pick me up
  6. Don,

     

    Your big day celebrate it with gusto. Treat yourself right today.

     

    Again Happy Birthday and many more to come.:cheers:

    1. donrobinson

      donrobinson

      Thanks so much John, tonight girlfriend is coming over for steak supper and a few cocktails and after that......:):);). Should be an awesome day and night!!!!

    2. John Allen
  7. The "What have you done today?" thread.

    Thank you Patrick for your kind comments and folks attached likes, your advice is correct. We are experienced at this 4 years ago she had surgery for 2 fistulas intestinal tears different than this one 3 years ago a surgery for a hiatal hernia, last year breast cancer radiation, chemo totally clear, now these things supposed to come in 3s not 4s. Shes the toughest person I know, cannot believe how she handles this. Married 46 years always did things together, She went through the paramedic program so did I. When she got emergency calls I went to. My time with the ALA Marine Police when I got my emergency calls or search and rescue she went to. We backed each other up the stories I could tell. Its been a good ride with a lot more to come. I'll ramble no more
  8. The "What have you done today?" thread.

    Rose early, took care of the bosses open wound (recovering from a twisted intestine surgery long recovery period) made her breakfast yogurt and soft fruit which she dislikes but can't have a hard diet yet. Washed 2 loads of clothes working on the third. She hates when I do the washing I tend towards larger loads Planning ahead lunch & supper. Almost time to get her up and do the walking routine, (6 times daily) that's it so far today. Shopping groceries later on. Shes a good girl, never complains if it was reversed I'd be the patient from hell. Time to walk.
  9. BlueJacket Lobster Boat: A Review

    Eric, Beautiful build such a classic model. Please forgive an old man his senility, poor eyesight, and stupidity (always look before you jump)
  10. BlueJacket Lobster Boat: A Review

    I noticed no stern cleats were these not supplied by BJ
  11. On your home page go to more, then to articles and databases go to framing and planking. Scroll down several pages and there are some good line drawings showing the lay of the planks to illustrate what Dan relayed. What was relayed about appearance of first layer is very true its easy to put lipstick on a pig-filler-sanding-and voila a beautiful planked hull.
  12. The "What have you done today?" thread.

    Had a comp case once, bad back this guy was being paid under the table roofing with his father on 2 story house. He carried a 4x8 piece of plywood first pushing up the ladder ahead of himself. It was windy that day, he picked it up carrying then the wind caught it like a sail. Funny thing is instead of letting it go he held on to it flying off the roof still holding the plywood looked like a flying squirrel. Thought he was hurt, but here he comes up the ladder pushing the plywood. This time he pushed the wood across the roof to where they were working. Worked all day. Unhappy camper when the video played in court.
  13. The "What have you done today?" thread.

    Did he run off the eave falling?
  14. The "What have you done today?" thread.

    Kids today are so far ahead of the curve I feel like an antiquated old man. Well thinking about it that's exactly what I am, sometimes I still use my fingers to count FUBAR.
  15. The "What have you done today?" thread.

    If I was your neighbor I would never open my blinds.
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