Thursday, August 22, 2013

Now I Know I am Old





I know now I am old and over the hill and more than likely too focused on preparedness and sustainability when while doing my morning blogroll reading I come across the picture below over at Feral Irishman's site.....




And my first thought is.

I wonder what the maintenance costs are on those?

My second thought was. OMG who would do the maintenance in a collapse situation?

My third thought was.

I should kill myself for even having those thoughts first.

But it does present some interesting questions for those who would have to deal with the problems in a long term collapse situation. I never really thought about it before.

Keep Prepping Everyone!!!




 

22 comments:

  1. On a day when I really needed a good laugh, and to smile, there you are to give me one. Thanks!

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  2. define "collapse" in this context please....

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  3. As a mammography tech, that just looks like alot of work!

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    1. Could/do they do mammograms on implants that large? I think it would be difficult.

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    2. I perform mammograms on over 1000 pts a year. And yes you can a mammogram on any sized implant. A typical screening exam has 4 views.Implants take atleast 8 views if all goes well.

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  4. Which reminds me, I thought things were going to turn out this year, finally, nice vines and then the melon patch just seemed to collapse and the melons disintegrated. I guess it was all of the wet weather and a disease took hold. I love melons.

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    1. I think the water melons were miss named here.

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  5. PP,

    ~HA~......LMAO!!!!

    Those look like the picture I place on my blog regarding the Juan Canary Melons, lol

    By the way, I've pulled seeds from the melons and there dry. I have all kinds of seeds, since you asked me about these melons. I would love to send you and your sweet wife some seeds. If you would like some, e-mail your address to: sandylivesay@gmail.com

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    1. Sandy - I will get right on that...

      Thank you!!!

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  6. In the collapse situation she be what we refer to as 'bait.' I don't like 'em....I'm an 'A' kinda guy.

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    1. Stephen - Well I wouldn't limit myself to a cup size. The frame determines what goes well I guess.

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  7. Who was it said "a pretty girl is like a song." I don't remember but it's true. I figure you can look but not touch. After all, I'm old but I'm not dead.

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    1. HF - Ya but as I was referring to a few years ago I wouldn't have given a thought to the side effects. At least not right away but now days I look at practicality first so something about me has changed.

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  8. That doesn't even look nice..who would want breasts that big on purpose? They would just get in the way...strange people.

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    1. Amy - They would get in the way unless she was using them to open doors. Literally and figuratively.

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  9. Playing with those would just be too much work!

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    1. SD - I bet they don't have alot of play int hem either :)

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    1. Lorraine - They are too large for her frame I will admit. But...

      THIS ISN'T ABOUT HER!!! This is about me :)

      I am OLD because my first thought was about the practicality of them. A milestone has been reached in my life and it's scary...

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  11. I guess since apparently this has been an "inflationary" event, I guess all we have to look forwards to is a "deflationary" event.....

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