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@ Jeff L « Mon 12:00:01 am »
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@ Jeff L « Sun 11:59:43 pm »
Happy B’day Hogger
@ Jetlink « Sun 11:58:06 pm »
Short Bikey complete earlier today. 11.7 ish miles at 15.5 ish miles per hour.
@ Jetlink « Sun 11:57:20 pm »
Live from Michilinda Lodge near Whitehall MI….
@ Michael « Sun 7:40:51 pm »
@ AARR « Sun 3:59:03 pm »
The large pond on the north side is about half drained. Birds of prey are taking advantage and snatching fish from it.
@ AARR « Sun 3:56:35 pm »
Mrs AARR and I biked to both ends of the Clinton River Trail wash out. It will need to be completely rebuilt and filled in. Probably around 8’ of fill.
@ AARR « Sun 3:53:19 pm »
Looking forward to getting you full strength Jochs
@ DaveO « Sun 2:16:47 pm »
don’t bother with capitalization and punctuation if it involves the shift key. it makes life a little easier and the people here understand. i know i do.
@ Jochs « Sun 2:11:30 pm »
I haven’t had much sleep....they frequently check my vitals. Thank goodness they’ve stopped drawing blood.
@ Jochs « Sun 2:04:09 pm »
now
@ Jochs « Sun 2:04:03 pm »
I was given OxyContin and Fentanyl for pain. I don’t need that noow.
@ Jochs « Sun 1:57:49 pm »
11 days so far in the hospital....first 5 days the roughest.
@ Jochs « Sun 1:55:57 pm »
I still have a drain tube in my shoulder....had Compartment Syndrome in addition to blood clots in my arm.
@ Jochs « Sun 1:53:38 pm »
Swelling in rt arm down.....still no muscle control.’
@ Jochs « Sun 1:52:30 pm »
Live from Corewell Hospital in st joe
@ ~Z~ « Sun 12:08:21 pm »
Haven’t seen that movie, no. Did get a 15 mile ride in this morning at least.
@ AARR « Sun 11:30:15 am »
Thanks for the info
Michael wrote: Any of you cyclists see the movie HARD MILES? Pretty good.
@ David Collins « Sun 10:43:51 am »
The P.E. firm that my dad works at uses Crowdstrike. No bueno.
@ Michael « Sun 10:25:13 am »
Any of you cyclists see the movie HARD MILES? Pretty good.
@ DaveO « Sun 7:59:27 am »
Jetlink wrote:The back bone of the flight ops dispatching is done on a 1992 release of windows 3.1.
Y2K no problem :)
@ AARR « Sun 7:33:04 am »
#2 B II BCG&A
@ Jetlink « Sun 4:10:57 am »
#1
@ Jetlink « Sun 4:10:40 am »
Live from home....
@ Jetlink « Sun 4:09:52 am »
~Z~ wrote: jetlinok probably worked as normal. Heard Southwest has older IT infrastructure and wasn’t really affected. And David, my company wasn’t really affected either, we don’t use Cloud strike.
We use a little bit of cloud strike but just for some employee internal and HR type stuff. Nothing operational or forward facing. A lot of our crew support programs are on amazon web services. The back bone of the flight ops dispatching is done on a 1992 release of windows 3.1. Seriously I’m not joking. It had no idea anything was even going on yesterday.
@ Jetlink « Sun 4:07:29 am »
Jochs wrote: I imagine Jetlink didn’t work much yesterday.
Jetlink actually worked a very normal day yesterday.
@ ~Z~ « Sat 11:05:08 pm »
jetlinok probably worked as normal. Heard Southwest has older IT infrastructure and wasn't really affected. And David, my company wasn't really affected either, we don't use Cloud strike.
@ Jochs « Sat 9:41:22 pm »
I imagine Jetlink didn’t work much yesterday.
@ Jochs « Sat 9:39:26 pm »
My right arm is like a ragdoll, and I am right handed. I have 2 type with my left hand.
@ AARR « Sat 6:31:54 pm »
Hang in there. It takes time to heal when you are old. :-)
Jochs wrote: Arm is doing better. Still can’t use right hand. Still at Corewell Hospital in St. Joe.
@ Jetlink « Sat 3:16:37 pm »
Now time for worky. Two flights BUF-DEN-MDW
@ Jetlink « Sat 3:16:19 pm »
Visited Niagra falls from on the ground for the first time today.
@ Jochs « Sat 1:40:39 pm »
Arm is doing better. Still can’t use right hand. Still at Corewell Hospital in St. Joe.
@ GRHC « Sat 12:07:36 pm »
~Z~ wrote: i watched Sevendust from a tree just to the side of the stage last night :). I channeled my inner JT.
You are just like Zacchaeus when he watched Jesus from a tree.
@ ~Z~ « Sat 12:05:40 pm »
i watched Sevendust from a tree just to the side of the stage last night :). I channeled my inner JT.
@ AARR « Sat 11:46:30 am »
Section 333, Club Level, Row C. We were very satisfied!
SD80MAC wrote: Section 338, Row A. It was awesome, first row of the top level, no one in front of us!
@ ConrailDetr​oit « Sat 11:28:40 am »
has started a new topic: Peru - June 2024
@ Steamlogger « Sat 10:57:44 am »
has started a new topic: Y121 Causes a Traffic Jam
@ SD80MAC « Sat 10:54:36 am »
Section 338, Row A. It was awesome, first row of the top level, no one in front of us!
@ AARR « Sat 10:28:37 am »
It was nice to see you younger people enjoying the show too :-) . Where were your seats?
SD80MAC wrote:Mrs. 80MAC and I were there as well, AARR. Great show
@ sparrow24 « Sat 10:21:11 am »
David Collins wrote: Got an update from Jochs posted to his facebook :)
I'm guessing by the tone of this, the post on Facebook was of a positive nature.
@ SD80MAC « Sat 9:26:02 am »
AARR wrote: All three bands had us old people rocking so it was a great time!
Mrs. 80MAC and I were there as well, AARR. Great show
@ AARR « Sat 7:42:23 am »
#3 C III CMGN
@ David Collins « Sat 4:49:17 am »
Got an update from Jochs posted to his facebook :)
@ Talk « Sat 3:01:25 am »
i always finish second
@ Talk « Sat 3:01:16 am »
ha
@ Talk « Sat 3:01:14 am »
#2
@ David Collins « Sat 2:24:18 am »
#1 A I ACWR
@ Jetlink « Sat 12:17:31 am »
Live from Buffalo New York...
@ AARR « Fri 7:15:32 pm »
has started a new topic: The Original E&LS Line
@ GRHC « Fri 6:49:58 pm »
One of the things about Def Leppard that caught everybody’s attention when they first came out was that they were all under the age of 20 I do believe. Now they’re probably grandparents. lol
@ AARR « Fri 6:15:51 pm »
This might sound silly but one of the things I liked is each group started ON TIME. The Roadies worked quickly to tear down and set up the stages. Us old people appreciate punctuality. :-)
@ AARR « Fri 6:12:47 pm »
All three bands had us old people rocking so it was a great time!
@ AARR « Fri 6:11:58 pm »
I’ll have to checks out the songs on High ’n’ Dry.
GRHC wrote:I disagree High ‘n’ Dry and On Through The Night are their best.Glad you had a good time at the show last night AARR and I hope you had a good time after the show as well if you know what I mean. 😉
@ GRHC « Fri 5:58:05 pm »
AARR wrote: IMHO Pyromania and Hysteria are DL best overall work.
J T wrote:
AARR wrote: It’s funny that I didn’t appreciate Def Leppards music until I was in my 50’s and it was relabeled soft rock :-)
That’s crazy to me. I was that kid with a walkman riding his bike with the Pyromania cassette on repeat when it first came out.
I disagree High ‘n’ Dry and On Through The Night are their best.
Glad you had a good time at the show last night AARR and I hope you had a good time after the show as well if you know what I mean. 😉
@ AARR « Fri 5:41:30 pm »
IMHO Pyromania and Hysteria are DL best overall work.
J T wrote:
AARR wrote: It’s funny that I didn’t appreciate Def Leppards music until I was in my 50’s and it was relabeled soft rock :-)
That’s crazy to me. I was that kid with a walkman riding his bike with the Pyromania cassette on repeat when it first came out.
@ AARR « Fri 5:40:40 pm »
The couple in front of us at Def Leppard will be here
~Z~ wrote: Sevendust and Godsmack tonight at Belknap Park in GR. Looking forward to tonight.
@ David Collins « Fri 2:58:07 pm »
Do you guys use crowdstrike ~Z~?
@ GRHC « Fri 2:25:09 pm »
~Z~ wrote: Sevendust and Godsmack tonight at Belknap Park in GR. Looking forward to tonight.
That should be a good show.
@ ~Z~ « Fri 1:50:19 pm »
Sevendust and Godsmack tonight at Belknap Park in GR. Looking forward to tonight.

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