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LJ Eiffert

 

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Post  Posted 17 Jan 2021 11:07 am    
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Can U determine the truth is a back round Note? Or, reimbursement between a occupational steeling with commercial manufacturing. Is the warranty in order any good? Rolling Eyes
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Garry Vanderlinde


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Post  Posted 18 Jan 2021 12:06 am    
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WTF?
Dude, you gotta lay off the caffeine.
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Erv Niehaus


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Post  Posted 18 Jan 2021 8:21 am    
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Or maybe something stronger. Whoa!
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LJ Eiffert

 

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Post  Posted 19 Jan 2021 11:05 am    
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U guys are right. Man it's that China cheese cake curse with crabs,boil shrimp with a touch of Crawfish in it's humble pie and that coffee Du Monde. Rolling Eyes Where am I ?
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Mack Quinney

 

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Post  Posted 19 Jan 2021 12:04 pm    
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Very Happy I like it!
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Scott Duckworth


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Post  Posted 19 Jan 2021 12:33 pm    
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I'm at a loss...
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LJ Eiffert

 

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Post  Posted 19 Jan 2021 3:56 pm    
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No you're not Scott. U charmed in & now U are part of the circle 6. Whoa!
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Scott Duckworth


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Post  Posted 19 Jan 2021 4:06 pm    
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Didn't know there was circle 6. Knew there was a 4ths and a 5ths.
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Garry Vanderlinde


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Post  Posted 19 Jan 2021 8:24 pm    
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Don't forget the "demented 7th's", which LJ seems to be fairly familiar with.-ha-ha. Smile
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Don R Brown


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Post  Posted 19 Jan 2021 8:27 pm    
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Circle 6? Ain't that a big ranch down in Texas somewheres?
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Craig Stock


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Post  Posted 20 Jan 2021 5:58 am    
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No Don, that's the Four 6's Ranch (6666), which happens to be for sale, if you can afford the 425 million price tag
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LJ Eiffert

 

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Post  Posted 20 Jan 2021 6:41 am    
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Hey Garry Vanderlinde. Remember your 7th's add up to about A 13th scale if you double up on E 9th. <> That would gave you a R demented sound from CHINA. Surprised
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Garry Vanderlinde


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Post  Posted 20 Jan 2021 11:39 am    
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LJ Eiffert wrote:
That would gave you a R demented sound from CHINA. Surprised


I could of sworn it sounded like L
Alien
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Don R Brown


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Post  Posted 20 Jan 2021 12:12 pm    
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Craig Stock wrote:
No Don, that's the Four 6's Ranch (6666), which happens to be for sale, if you can afford the 425 million price tag


Craig, I didn't get into pedal steel until late in life. Now if I had been a career professional steel player, I'm sure I could afford that!
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Craig Stock


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Post  Posted 20 Jan 2021 4:24 pm    
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Me too Don, search it and there is a really good video about the ranch and its history. I think Roy Rodgers last Movie was filmed on their several properties. I used to drive by it on my way home from Lubbock to NJ, and always remembered the signs and the airport.

A real beautiful part of Central West Texas, a part of me still is there.
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Ken Pippus


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Post  Posted 20 Jan 2021 6:05 pm    
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This could be topic drift, but who can tell?
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Doug Beaumier


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Post  Posted 20 Jan 2021 7:01 pm    
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This could be topic drift, but who can tell?


Right. How could we drift from a topic when there is no topic to drift from?



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Garry Vanderlinde


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Post  Posted 20 Jan 2021 11:54 pm    
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I think instead of minds exploding, it's a mind imploding. Razz
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Post  Posted 21 Jan 2021 2:03 am    
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LJ Eiffert wrote:
U guys are right. Man it's that China cheese cake curse with crabs,boil shrimp with a touch of Crawfish in it's humble pie and that coffee Du Monde. Rolling Eyes Where am I ?


New Orleans!
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Don R Brown


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Post  Posted 21 Jan 2021 5:23 am    
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Craig Stock wrote:
Me too Don, search it and there is a really good video about the ranch and its history.


Thanks Craig, I'll search for that.

I have a book about a railroad in southwest Oklahoma, and it discusses the oil boom in OK and Texas in the early 1900's. The man who started that ranch was prominent in the development of that whole area, I believe it was his granddaughter whose passing triggered the sale of the place.
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Craig Stock


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Post  Posted 21 Jan 2021 5:39 am    
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Supposedly he got part of the property in a card game and had 4 6's in his hand, the other one I heard was that the first few cattle he bought had the 6666 brand on them.

Wonder if that railroad was the OKT, which was later part of the MKT.
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Don R Brown


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Post  Posted 21 Jan 2021 9:58 am    
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Craig Stock wrote:
Wonder if that railroad was the OKT, which was later part of the MKT.


Wichita Falls & Northwestern, later part of the Katy. The book is "Katy Northwest" by Hoffsommer. Its focus is the railroad but also tells a lot of the early history of the area. At one time I worked out of Clinton OK and crossed the line in question at Frederick. Fascinating times.

And sad to say that the music scene has shrunk - during the time I worked there I visited (while off duty of course) The Wormy Dog in Oklahoma City, JC Cowboy's Club in Weatherford, and another place in Elk City whose name i forget. Good music in each of them, and now all out of business even before COVID. Sad
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Lee Baucum


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Post  Posted 21 Jan 2021 11:08 am    
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You guys are getting way off topic ... I think ...
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Ken Pippus


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Post  Posted 21 Jan 2021 11:30 am    
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For which we should perhaps express gratitude.
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Doug Beaumier


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Post  Posted 21 Jan 2021 12:12 pm    
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As Archie used to say "I like kittens".
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