A myE28.com Thanksgiving. . .

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woooof. I know I must not have been posting enuf when I don't make the party. Sad...
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2011 and not a peep about this years festivities? Must be some kind of court order of something. I do know that there will be a MyE28.com Christmas as some members have already been by my place eye-balling the donkeys and measuring various things. Sickos
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Post by Mark 88/M5 Houston »

Very well done Sir!
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I tip my hat to this story.

Well played.
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Post by rmiddendorf »

I must give oldskool credit- this thread rocks. However I currently have too much heartburn and hangover to contribute at this time.
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:rofl:
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Ron Dubyah, Great shot of your 86 and the local Tom
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Disappoint. Saw this thread, posted by oldskool and wrongly expected a newly minted story. Oh well; last year's was good enough for one more go-round (hint, hint! ;) )

As for me & my family, we just returned from a day at the in-laws' house... Turkey and all the trimmings at about 1pm, followed by a semi-comatose state through the remainder of the afternoon, then some nachos for an evening meal (loosely defined as such.) Our hour + drive back was punctuated by a stop in the middle of wide open prairie to view some stars... It's a grand view outside the reach of street lights. Very humbling. We are but worms in this great galaxy, and have much for which to be thankful.
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VERY NICE!


no Tiger? :cry:
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So what's everyone doing for Thanksgiving this year?
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Porchetta...
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Sadly just staying home. Covid numbers in Ohio are just going up a little to much for me to go to see other people.


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Made the Family journey to FL yesterday to keep my Dad company. Planning some RC car action, golf, swimming, etc.

Gobble Gobble, Y’all!
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Hanging with the family, Gooble gooble!
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Happiest Thanksgiving to you all. Hope you got your fill; I sure did. Johan cooks a mighty fine bird. That had to have been the tastiest turkey I've ever had!

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dsmith wrote: Nov 25, 2021 9:44 AM Made the Family journey to FL yesterday to keep my Dad company. Planning some RC car action, golf, swimming, etc.

Gobble Gobble, Y’all!
Nice! Pics of the rc cars?
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BMWgiant wrote: Nov 24, 2010 4:18 PM I guess I haven't posted enough here... :rotz:
My thoughts precisely!!!
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garageboy wrote: Dec 01, 2021 5:43 AM
BMWgiant wrote: Nov 24, 2010 4:18 PM I guess I haven't posted enough here... :rotz:
My thoughts precisely!!!
And you didn't notice how old this thread is. If you owned a Motorola E815, it would have been all clear.
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Karl Grau wrote: Dec 04, 2021 9:08 PM
garageboy wrote: Dec 01, 2021 5:43 AM
BMWgiant wrote: Nov 24, 2010 4:18 PM I guess I haven't posted enough here... :rotz:
My thoughts precisely!!!
And you didn't notice how old this thread is. If you owned a Motorola E815, it would have been all clear.
You are correct, sir!! At first, I did not. And I still have that pesky E815 around here somewhere in a box... :rofl:
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