They have been known to vote.My favorite is when they say ..."Have you died as result mesothelioma or some other horrible disease ? Pick up the phone and call 1-800-LAW-SUIT,...Call Now " .What do they expect ? the dead to rise ? Does burial insurance include a shovel in case you have to dig your way out so you can file a law suit ?
Where do they go to die? Or is that just another game to play in the spring? Hide and seek?Fed the mice some Tom Cat bait bars and the first night already had action the first night at one of the bars that I can see without effort. I usually hide the bait bars behind cabinets or under furniture.
So you can claim to be "street" educated as well.No, none of that type of activity, I had already seen that on the subways in NYC before moving! Just a total surprise at the lifestyle. My parents would have been totally shocked to know what was happening so close to our home. I'm sure that the authorities would have been just as shocked.
Duval County ,TX.They have been known to vote.
Sherrel: You don't need anyone's help to get you in trouble...You are just trying to get me in trouble
Curt: Thanks. Hopefully, it won't be long before I start applying ground cover. Most steam era railroads used liberal applications of cinders for ground cover, weed suppression, ballast, and to soak up oil drippings...all free of charge. BTW: The BP20s were a PRR exclusive.On the last layout I just used cinders as the ground cover, but this time I want to up the game a bit.
Alan: Really nice building. Well worth the time.
GT: Anything is possible on TV...What do they expect ? the dead to rise ? Does burial insurance include a shovel in case you have to dig your way out so you can file a law suit ?
Sherrel: What the citation fails to disclose is that like the T1 steam locomotive, they failed miserably as main line passenger power. But they excelled in commuter service on the North Jersey Coast, and lasted five years longer in service than the Steam Sharks. Freight Sharks, were built in significant numbers, in two models one 1500 HP, the other 1600 HP. These were owned by the B&O, the PRR, and the NYC, and later the Monongohela, and the D&H. I never had the opportunity to work on them, as they were gone by 1965.
Jerry: Yes, it was a lite power move on a Sunday afternoon, that changed the whole face of railroading, as we then knew it. It was in 1987, if I recall correctly.Boris, your pics of the Con Rail motors above made me think of it, wasn't it a couple of light power Conrail motors that wondered out on to a high speed passenger main line after smoking dope, back in the 90's? Idiots!
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