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Hanuman

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  1. The 12 Accordians are available !! Always a BIG hit!
  2. back in Houston!

  3. Ahh, Yes...goblet, or tankard?
  4. ( Kingston Trio, begin song ): "Green, green, it's green they say - on the far side of the hill......green, green, I'm goin' away where the grass is ______________( Stop song, delete video ). GUMBY!!!!
  5. How to cook an entire cow's head Posted by sheeats, May 11, 2009 at 12:20 PM Read more: http://www.seriouseats.com/talk/2009/05/how-to-cook-an-entire-cows-head.html#ixzz0nIqHj2gZ See you at dinner!!!
  6. VERY nice Marmer! Looks as if someone is keeping the grounds nicely. The lake appears to be an old series of sandpits. If it was the house of the century, I wonder why they didn't think about flooding, and simply elevate it? I'm sure the owners have enough money already, but it would be really cool if they cut a road, and small parking area around it, and charged admission to see it, and give the history, etc. I would pay to see it, and get the scoop on it. Always great posts!
  7. Wonder what they brokered to get him to go away? HHMMM.....
  8. Yes, excellent. Please check to see if they are going to have cloggers with accordians as well....Thank you.
  9. Without balance, there is nothing, PTTTHHH !!!. Perverted standards? Like preservation of humankind. Identify your group please: Earth Liberation Front, or Animal Liberation Front? Have you signed up for the Human Extinction Project? Admission: I buy energy from a supplier. I have no idea where they develop it from. My nephew is a power broker. They don't discuss where it comes from, they sell energy packages. Maybe marketing can ... ferret ... that out.
  10. I was on the way to surfside beach, and saw a huge area by the Port of Freeport, where they had large stores of parts for the wind turbines. I asked a truck driver at the Buccees close by, and he stated that some of them are going inland, however some, he was told, are for the Texas, Gulf Coast wind farms.... ...which would supply power to an oil and gas platform offshore. ( BTW: I read the article !! ) LTAWACS: UGHH!!
  11. Enough on the food already! Let's talk about favorite wines... ah yes...chilled, or not - white, or red ... a blush perhaps? What are your favorites? O.K. Throw in cheese as well....
  12. This is exciting. We need a real Glen McCarthy to jump in here and wildcat the wind! Where's, "Silver Dollar" Jim West when Texas needs him???
  13. A point well taken Red, and so appreciated. I am so proud to be an American, and more importantly, to be free of opression. Sometimes I forget the point of my father & mother, who sacrificed everything to bring us here as children. They knew the great test of this nation, and, you are absolutely right, my father would have called me down just as you have. I suppose we all are like spoiled children, who want it their way. Thank you for your courtesy to the United States law itself, by presenting such in it's idealism.
  14. We have historically replaced politicians, with politicians. We not only don't vote, but we continue to fall for the magic acts of slick suited blabberers. Well ... used cars still sell, and people still buy them that can't afford them.
  15. You wouldn't last 5 seconds doing the job that they do. Let's live in a community where the cops are known as limp wrist tartars. There's not a one of them - "Bad" or good that would hesitate one second to give their life for you in a burning car, or the middle of a ghetto. It's evident you wouldn't help them if they pleaded. I had two police officers from HPD muscle some punk gang bangers that had threatenned my family ( my father was 87 years old at the time ). I would have paid money to watch them kick the stinkin' teeth out of those animals.
  16. People know not to run from the police in India & Pakistan. They get a lot worse than kicked in the face. The Chineese have to come here, and use our laws, and freedoms against us. They dare not do that in other countries. In fact, try that in Mexico - you'll just disappear ... I see nothing!
  17. Very cool pics! Thanks for posting these, as they have given us some great ideas for our house. My wife loved the exposed beams, and the way they shaped them at the roofline with the glass. We're going to talk with our architect about creating the very same effect. Very nice home, and again, thanks for the post!
  18. We remodeled this house 8 years ago, but it was built in 1980. I showed a friend who is a structural engineer what we wanted to do with the big glass. He suggested a series of decorative reenforcement beams, and then we could make three of the four rear walls glass from floor to ceiling that would be sliding panels. This looks out over Clear Lake waterway, and the view will be wonderful from inside, as well as out. I'd love it if your friend would post the interior pics of the Stallworth House!
  19. These are some really cool photos of some very nice homes. I love the Dow home with the split-level concepts, ceiling affects, and plenty of glass - floor to ceiling. Our home is very open as this one, and though our windows are large, they are nowhere near the Dow home. Maybe our next project will entail bigger glass, and copy of the Dow glass walls. I showed these to my wife, and guess what? We're going to be taking bids, like tomorrow! That's what she said!
  20. Damn Niche, just got back from KFC and enjoyed the Double Down. Now, we're headed back to the store for some cheddarwurst ( Slobber ) links! Light the Bar-B-Q, here I come! P.S.: Don't worry, my wife is driving...
  21. Thanks for the info. My wife and her friends go to those events, so I've planted the seed for you. I'm very sure, as usual, they will come home with a lot of junk we don't need.
  22. Flinch, you parlous persuader! I'm going to KFC right now, and purchase one of these things. Don't worry, my wife is driving!
  23. Why not at Trader's Village? You're going to run into traffic problems it appears.
  24. Courtesy of Salad Express !
  25. Hobe Grove Was Established In The Early 1960s As A Citrus Orchard By Richard Becker. Hobe Grove’s 2,800 Acres Is Strategically Located At An I-95 Interchange, Is Adjacent To Florida’s Turnpike And Is Less Than 30 Minutes From Palm Beach International Airport. The Land Was Purchased By Midbrook 1st Realty Corporation, A Coventry Development Corporation Managed Asset, In 2011. Today, It Remains Agricultural Land. Hobe Grove Presents A Unique Opportunity To Create A True Mixed Use Master Planned Community While Enhancing The Environment With Public Open Space And The Restoration Of Natural Features. The Vision For The Community Includes A Balanced Mix Of New Jobs, A Range Of Residential Choices And Shops/Restaurants To Create A Walkable And Self-Contained Community. Coventry Development Corporation https://www.hobegrove.com/about-hobe-grove/index.html
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