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    3 Piece Rock Bands

    No, you ain't wrong. Saw 'em play Barton Coliseum in Little Rock, AR in 69/70...and no, I never met Connie.
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    Music to the Marrow (To What Are You Listening?)

    An old favorite of mine: Crack The Sky "Nuclear Apathy" : 08:32 Bonus track: This is a silly, fluffy, parody of a song with few redeeming qualities... Except the TITLE: "FLASHLIGHT" : 04:35 Just for CPF:-)
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    Ear buds-cords or wireless?

    Interesting observations. I haven't done RF 'buds', but I will say my WH-1000XM4 phones are some of the best money I ever spent. I had a priority on the ANC, but got some pretty darn good audio to boot. I'm trying to think of a Sony product I've bought that disappointed. I'll have to get...
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    rip dad

    Very, very, very sorry to hear that Raggie. Thoughts and prayers with you, Bro'.
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    rip dad

    I hope you reconsider and just log out for a while and take a break. I've done it. This place wouldn't be the same without Raggie!
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    Pandemic supply chain in your area

    Yeah, there's both fear mongering, and cheer mongering that goes on. If you ask me, I think there's just way too much 'mongering' in general, from all the mongerers!
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    Pandemic supply chain in your area

    Good questions, and I don't know the labor side of the equation at all, but was rather entirely focused (personally) on the big screen grab on that page from the broadcast storyline "Diesel Prices Impacting Trucking Companies", and the link below it "Rapid Rise in Diesel Prices Squeezing...
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    Pandemic supply chain in your area

    This should help with our 'supply chain' issues. Yes, it certainly is more than just about a 'pandemic'. There's an epidemic of stupidity fueling this 'issue' too: https://www.foxbusiness.com/economy/trucking-jobs-evaporate-as-shortage-worsens
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    Anyone add a motor to a bicycle?

    Given my career, I'm of course a very 'E-' kind of guy in general, but those old classic 'mopeds' from back in the day are certainly looking better and better to me.
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    why so much hate towards electric cars?

    As people who 'rushed in' to the market discover they don't 'work for them' and sell them, and others look to the used market to find a way to afford to buy one, let's just say if you're in the market for a used one, better have a VERY good PDI done on these first! PDI may now (more than ever)...
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    why so much hate towards electric cars?

    (This ain't about 'hate', but I'll post it here for lack of a better place. This issue was already posted elsewhere, but figure it deserves a mention in this thread) Well, 'whoda thunk'?:) ...or, like the old Jim Nabors line: "Surprise surprise!" Cars in / from hurricane-prone areas have...
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    DOGS

    Dogs, like cats, are BORN 'tactical'. They don't need any gear! (although some protective / harness gear, etc. is in order). The canines are the easier of the two to work with in the field, of course:)
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    Sleepy Chicken Challenge ~or~ Another Dumb Trend.

    So very (sadly) true. Fools, morons, and "crazy" people have never been in short supply on this planet, but the fact that they're now "networked" is what is changing everything. Easy access to global travel is also like poison icing on this poisonous cake that's been baked (although in this...
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    why so much hate towards electric cars?

    I don't care for straight roads, and: battweight>>gasweight
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    Two Is One, And One Is None

    Nahh, just wanted to clarify for the record. I didn't assume you were being an a** - I know better:-)
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    Two Is One, And One Is None

    Yes, the formula works for that too:-)
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    Two Is One, And One Is None

    I wouldn't have thought it necessary to specify this, but being CPF, I guess it is:-). My post was made in the context of the needs of an individual user with high-reliability requirements. If you're talking about a multi-party group of people, each requiring high reliability, each would...
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    Two Is One, And One Is None

    I use the industry standard expression: N+1 No muss, no fuss, no ambiguity, and no complex math, either. Redundancy does not require Nx2. It requires 1 more than the number required for functionality. Keep it simple (as they say).
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    Music to the Marrow (To What Are You Listening?)

    Joe! Haven't thought about him in a while. I'll check this (when I have audio). I have an LP w/ Look Sharp, Steppin' Out, Sunday Paper, etc. in the stash and used to dig it some!
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    Bionic body parts

    I'm so sorry to hear of that terrible and disturbing news CG, and send my condolences to you and yours and all those involved who must find a way to deal / cope with this loss and somehow manage through it, which I know can be a very difficult process. It is a sobering reminder to us all of...
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