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I'm getting practiced at it.  :beer:

I've learned to get good at doing things I don't like.  Hopefully that changes Friday, when I retire from my 35 year old job.

Just look on the bright side.  More daily opportunities for you to bust Oncey's liberal chops. 

That is a good thing.

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I'm getting practiced at it.  :beer:

I've learned to get good at doing things I don't like.  Hopefully that changes Friday, when I retire from my 35 year old job.

Sounds like you endeavored to persevere (a Cherokee thing...lol).  You'll have more time to spend here with your BR friends then!   :beer:
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Sounds like you endeavored to persevere (a Cherokee thing...lol).  You'll have more time to spend here with your BR friends then!   :beer:

That's the plan.  My attendance might get a little spotty during the week we move to our new Castle in the next couple months, though.  Don't have internet up there yet.
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That's the plan.  My attendance might get a little spotty during the week we move to our new Castle in the next couple months, though.  Don't have internet up there yet.

If you already posted pics, I guessed I missed it.  If not, care to?  lol

Congrats on your kingdom establishment!!!
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Castillo del Cyber (Click to embiggen):
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Castillo del Cyber (Click to embiggen):

I see you went with the "Highly Defendable" elevation. 

Might I suggest a moat and draw bridge.   :smokin:

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Castillo del Cyber (Click to embiggen):

Wow!  Nice digs.  Where's the hot tub and what time should I be there?  lol
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I see you went with the "Highly Defendable" elevation. 

Might I suggest a moat and draw bridge.   :smokin:

And gators.  Lots and lots of gators.  All wearing Trump wigs.   :whistle:
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Wow!  Nice digs.  Where's the hot tub and what time should I be there?  lol

Upstairs in the Master Bedroom Suite.  Next to the fireplace and kitchen.  LOL!
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I see you went with the "Highly Defendable" elevation. 

Might I suggest a moat and draw bridge.   :smokin:

I can reach out and touch someone from any direction, on the second floor 360 degree deck.  We knew it was perfect for us the second we laid eyes on it.
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And gators.  Lots and lots of gators.  All wearing Trump wigs.   :whistle:

I thought about gators but I didn't know if they would survive in that desert dry environment. 

I did see several areas to stage the boiling oil pots to repel a frontal manned assault

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I can reach out and touch someone from any direction, on the second floor 360 degree deck.  We knew it was perfect for us the second we laid eyes on it.

Yep, clearly you need a swivel mount cannon.  Or twelve...
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Yep, clearly you need a swivel mount cannon.  Or twelve...

The whole neighborhood is defensible.  Only two small roads in and out, and all my neighbors fly American Flags, some also the Gadsden.  The Castle itself sits atop a hill with steep embankments on all sides, and a deep arroyo on the back side.  We got a sweet deal.
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The whole neighborhood is defensible.  Only two small roads in and out, and all my neighbors fly American Flags, some also the Gadsden.  The Castle itself sits atop a hill with steep embankments on all sides, and a deep arroyo on the back side.  We got a sweet deal.

It sounds great, but never miss an opportunity to justify owning cannon.  Even if only for decorative purposes to fit the image.
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It sounds great, but never miss an opportunity to justify owning cannon.  Even if only for decorative purposes to fit the image.

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It sounds great, but never miss an opportunity to justify owning cannon.  Even if only for decorative purposes to fit the image.

I don't even have a castle, but I do have a cannon and a coehorn mortar.
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I don't know why but I have mash up two movies coming to mind.  "The Money Pit and War of the Roses with the chandelier scene playing a prominent place.. 

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The family and I like to catch a pre season Cactus League game out your way every couple of years, and after the game I always drive around a little, out towards Toritilla Flats or whatever. I’ve often wondered what it would be like to live in a place like yours.

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The family and I like to catch a pre season Cactus League game out your way every couple of years, and after the game I always drive around a little, out towards Toritilla Flats or whatever. I’ve often wondered what it would be like to live in a place like yours.

I never thought we could get one, but @Slip18 discovered this one (she'd been searching Zillow for a couple years).  It's in Bullhead City (across the Colorado River from Laughlin, NV) which is about a 4 1/2 drive from Phoenix.  We've been taking stuff up there every other week, and will be going more often after this week.  Casino Hotels are a lot cheaper during the week.
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I never thought we could get one, but @Slip18 discovered this one (she'd been searching Zillow for a couple years).  It's in Bullhead City (across the Colorado River from Laughlin, NV) which is about a 4 1/2 drive from Phoenix.  We've been taking stuff up there every other week, and will be going more often after this week.  Casino Hotels are a lot cheaper during the week.

We get out to Arizona every couple of years at least but Wilcox is about as far West as we generally go.  Who knows?  Might make an exception next time.

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I even fail the lurkers.  Thanx for breaking out of lurk mode for this vague yet derogatory reply. :seeya:



I apologize if I came out as derogatory.  I have lurked here enough to know you are further to the left than I . I was interested to see what you thought the federal Government should have done since I talk to people about this. That's why I came back to see your reply.

Sadly. your answer was not what I hoped it would be. I was hoping  for what you thinkl should have been done, hence my disappointment. Instead it involved "feelings".

IMHO, the local government failed....much like Katrina.

The first responder is the person in the line of fire. It is their responsibility to have supplies for 3 days (or more in this case),

I find it tragic that, much like Katrina, the local officials were inept. During the disaster and before.

If I am in a crunch....I don't want someone who acts like they care.  Just send supplies that I need. That seems to have happened. The break down was at a local level. As I said, Katrina Redux.

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I see you went with the "Highly Defendable" elevation. 

Might I suggest a moat and draw bridge.   :smokin:

See @Cyber Liberty ... I tolja it needs a water feature...
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