Each weekday I will provide a clean slate for comment conversations, popping in when time permits.

Knock yourselves out.

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8 Responses to 2017-10-31

  1. ITP Lurker says:


  2. Steve says:

    I like it. Remember that today is normally the worst traffic day of the year, so plan accordingly.

    Barb, I feel the need for some TC. We had pretty good Chinese for dinner last night, but it just left me longing. What are y’all up to Thursday?


  3. Barb says:

    I love it – we can still talk amongst ourselves.

    Sal just sent me an email about traffic – like I live that far from work??? Made me laugh.
    Tonight – we are going to The Battery to the Roxy to see Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats with Milledgeville Benny & his wife tonight. they are planning to get here mid afternoon.I’m very curious about this new venue – we wandered around it a few months back, seems like it should be a great place to see a concert.

    Tasty China- can’t do Thursday, Allan gets to go Fire Marshal at Cirque again.
    Next week????

    • Steve says:

      Maybe the week after. Clearing out some PTO and will be on vaca all week.

      Had that Cisco “dog and pony” show at the Roxy last month. Seems like a very nice place for a concert. Can’t seat more than 500 I would think.

  4. HamWithCam says:

    Progress. It’s a start.

    BTW: How’s the work on the ITP Estate going?

    FYI: This Saturday is the big (big) Lawrenceville (AKA, “Stone Mountain” hamfest).
    Gwinette County Fairgrounds.
    Large outdoor flea market.
    Lots of cool techie junk.
    Ham radio license testing on site.

    Oh, we drove up to Brasstown Bald yesterday.
    We heard there was ice/snow.
    There was, but minimal.
    But plenty cold and windy.
    The lower parking to was open but the top was closed.
    Leaves are around 25%


    Lunch at a neat little soup/sandwich place in Dahlonega, on the Square, made it worthwhile.

    My iPhone 7 locked up enroute. Black screen but (apparently c0ntinued to function. I could make/receive calls (mostly using Siri). Apple Watch still worked. I tried everything restart it. At least every trick I knew.

    Came back down GA-400 to the Apple Store at Avalon, Genius bar dude touched it 10 seconds and…..miraculously, it rebooted.
    (“Down volume + Power button…” <– I'll bet Paulie knew that.

    "Trick or Treat…"

    73 de JG/HamWithCam

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