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Unfortunately, not the problem. Rocky's palette is just not that discriminating........
I was hoping someone would post that pic; saved me looking for it. It was Pat and my oldest daughter's screen saver while at UCLA because of the squirrels on campus. Today she has a dilemma --- UCLA or USC; she has a BA from the first and an MA from the second. She has stayed pretty much a Bruin.

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Cheryl - Sorry to hear about Patty...that sucks! I still have my boot until around the end of December, but it does seem to be getting better. I have learned how to handle a clutch with the boot on.

All - Kathleen and I have been pretty busy, caught up in a mad social whirl! Here are some pics from last night...I didn't wear my boot (I cheated!) and we danced one dance (a foxtrot).
Aren't crutches fun; Patty hates them. I finally bought them because I was tired of renting them between her and Kay's ankle injuries. With the rain here it has been difficult for Patty because of the slippage. That's nothing compared to the people that have been evacuated again because of the hill slides in the burn areas now.

The pictures are beautiful...off to the start of an early Holiday season. You couldn't have picked a nice slow, level waltz? Why not go for Quickstep and really give your ankle a workout? Or the Jive or Mambo?

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I was hoping someone would post that pic; saved me looking for it. It was Pat and my oldest daughter's screen saver while at UCLA because of the squirrels on campus. Today she has a dilemma --- UCLA or USC; she has a BA from the first and an MA from the second. She has stayed pretty much a Bruin...

Shoulda gone with the graduate degree...

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There are now almost 40,000 views on this thread.

I'm not sure what that means but I think we should start to be concerned
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There are now almost 40,000 views on this thread.

I'm not sure what that means but I think we should start to be concerned
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I thnk it means we oughta change the subject.

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There are now almost 40,000 views on this thread.

I'm not sure what that means but I think we should start to be concerned
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Why should we be concerned? I thought part of the premise of this thread was to accumulate the most views and pages of any other thread while having fun. Unless, of course, you're afraid it's exposing a side of you outside of Alfadom that you'd rather not have others aware of?

Sunny but very crisp where I am today....and it's only Monday; how many days to Friday and more predicted rain, which means crazy drivers and accidents? At least, it's not snow.

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Low Mileage isn't that the steady knocker aka Studebaker you had before the GM product with small AROC sticker in wing window on Long Guyland wine tour?

Yup, the Golden Hawk with the Granatelli Blower

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Sunny but very crisp where I am today....and it's only Monday; how many days to Friday and more predicted rain, which means crazy drivers and accidents? At least, it's not snow.
Just water flooding a few streets in Portland, but I couldn't get to the beach unless I want to go hundreds of miles circuitously. Nearly all roads are closed and winds of 50 to over 125 mph means my roof there will likely be substantially missing. Electricity is out, so I can't check my internet cam either and I am hearing the yard is likely flooded by the creek in back of the house.

Dang but I would love to be at the coast today, even if to watch the chaos. Wonder how Skid is doing this weekend in the storm? Maybe flew out on the left wing, LOL

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PS: Lots of snow nearby but we only worry about the near 50% of drivers who are transplants from the south. But that is the other wacky fun subject here.

Todays toy count: 2012 Challenger, 97 SVT Cobra conv, 74 BMW r60/6, 52 Chevy Styleline Deluxe, (last of 12 previous Alfa's now gone).

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and we danced one dance (a foxtrot).
****, no Hully Gully?

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Just water flooding a few streets in Portland, but I couldn't get to the beach unless I want to go hundreds of miles circuitously. Nearly all roads are closed and winds of 50 to over 125 mph means my roof there will likely be substantially missing. Electricity is out, so I can't check my internet cam either and I am hearing the yard is likely flooded by the creek in back of the house.

Dang but I would love to be at the coast today, even if to watch the chaos. Wonder how Skid is doing this weekend in the storm?

Richard

PS: Lots of snow nearby but we only worry about the near 50% of drivers who are transplants from the south.
Circuitossssly???? If I've gotta start using a dictionary to read the posts here, I'm just going to go back to using the Fiat BB.

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Circuitossssly????
Think race track circuit Its almost on topic for Alfa's - maybe not for Fiats

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****, actually double ****, how the heck did you manage to score a babe like that?
She's the one that should be wearing the medals for standing next to you.
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Yup, the Golden Hawk with the Granatelli Blower
"Granatelli Blower"? Isn't that redundant?

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****, actually double ****, how the heck did you manage to score a babe like that?
She's the one that should be wearing the medals for standing next to you.
Aldo - Well...I can't really explain it. But, fortunately for me, the world's most beautiful women have terrible taste in men!

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Aldo - Well...I can't really explain it. But, fortunately for me, the world's most beautiful women have terrible taste in men!
er Alex , any chance of getting some wallet sizes of just you?

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