Pre-Internet Funny

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It’s hard not to take for granted all of our digital entertainment options. Even the younger Hostages haven’t had the internet as we know it all their lives. Back in HS we learned typing on ancient manual typewriters and there was a Computer Club with about 10 kids in it. Yeah, we had a rotary dial phone at my house until I was in college. Now barely  anyone has a  home phone and it seems nearly every kid has spent more time on YouTube on their phone than they have watching TV. Today we reflect on the pre-gif-era of entertainment as our ancestors experienced it. Well, not exactly since this isn’t the Hostage Weekly Magazine in your mailbox.

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MMM 324: Still unpacking

But all of my office is finally in my office.

Johnson reveal imminent.

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What Day Is It?

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MMM 323: It’s still raining

It’s been raining every day for the past week or so.  Getting downright depressing, it is.

Looks warm and dry there.

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Some Poats are meant for stomping

This is one of them –

got a ton of “stuff” happening –
if one of you nice peeps would be so kind as to give this the 2 and a half finger death punch… that’d be great

Thank you in advance :)

MMM 322: Hot wire

So the solar box we’d initially bought to power the horse fence lasted approximately one day installed, then stopped delivering the requisite zap. So yesterday I dug a 60′ trench, buried the cable, and now our new fence is on-grid and the solar box is hopefully going back to the factory for a stern talking-to.  Fortunately (?), all four equines are still with us.  Still lots and lots of unpacking to do, but I’ve got Thursday and Friday off this week as a gap between contracts.  Should be plenty of time.

High-waisted.

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MMM 321: the perimeter

If I walk the edges of the giant rectangle that is my new yard — even cutting the corners to avoid brambles and lightly wooded areas, it’s a little over a half mile around.  That means if I wake up, go out and do chores, then walk the edges to check on things, I’ve got a half mile walk, and I didn’t even have to leave home to do it.  Do that 2-3 more times a day, and you’re starting to talk about a decent amount of exercise, plus the security of looking at all of that throughout the day, keeping an eye on potential problems or developments.  Going to try and make that part of the new routine.

Cobra pose.

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Gilding Your Mom’s Lily

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This is that story

It could be all a lot worse if Hillary was in office. Go Donny Two Scoops!

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MMM 320: wrong hardware

Poating this from my laptop running Kali, which really shouldn’t be used for this sort of thing, but I’m planning to wipe it and switch to Ubuntu or Mint soon anyhow.  My Ubuntu desktop is the one that died the other day, after 9 good years of dedicated service.  It will be missed.

Looks warm there.

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Emergency Thursday Poat

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Since the usual suspects were not available, I’ll go ahead and put up a poat that’s fresher than your mom after fleet week.  Content will be minimal, a sampler of themes from the rest of the week.

We’ve got well-formed glutes and poorly-tucked penii. *check*

How about some hard-bodied pretty-boys? *check*

Bore, God of Blunder? *Check* and *Check*

And titties and a vacant stare. *Check*  I’m not sure if she’s been featured before, and I’m too lazy to ask.

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