Guy B.: HI Rich, that you? back-again: evening, Guy - you're early tonoight Guy B.: Been on for the last 20 minutes back-again: yep, wasn't intending to hide, in fact quite the reverse Guy B.: How are you doing? back-again: well, as you might expect, my mobility is limited, but basically full of spit and vinegar back-again: how come you came in so far ahead of chat time? Guy B.: Well, at least you're home. back-again: yes, and this time I hope to make it stick back-again: my cold persists but it doesn't seem to be setting off my heart Guy B.: I'm done with overtime and since there isn't much of anything on tonight. Might as well catch up with the e-mails. back-again: ah, you mean you are actually free to enjoy your own time - what a concept Guy B.: Yes, at last. Just had my performance review last week. In fact, everyone in the company is having theirs this week and next. back-again: just got offered an update to my Java -if you get the offer, don't take it Guy B.: WinXp I had to. Windows 98 I have the latest one. back-again: you'll find it makes Spaniel Chat dump you at the entry screen\ back-again: I took it and ;ost chat - deleted it and everything was fine back-again: I sent an email to Dale about it, but no response Guy B.: Oh really? You could download the last good one. But, why would that kick you out? back-again: well, the 1.6 version got me dumped, reverting to the 1.5 left me fine - go figure Guy B.: Maybe Dale may have to upgrade to the latest version.
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changed username to Judy back-again: hello Judy - whre's the old man? Guy B.: Hi Judy, Bob coming on? Judy: Hi, Back-again and Guy Judy: Bob is sitting here working on something back-again: I am not sure Spaniel ever became especially salable back-again: I have never seen it anywhere else - the popular one now is php.bb, it's everywhere Guy B.: If Java is going to get updated more often. Then Dale will need to keep up with the updates, so we won't have any problems. back-again: and, as far as I know, it's free back-again: quite - I saved the error message to send to him should he express interest Judy: yes, he is writing a couple of letters, he will be able to tell you about it back-again: sounds like they might be interesting, then back-again: anything new on the job scene? rmember I've been away Judy: not good but then you have to take what you get Judy: he got notice from his 8 hour a week job back-again: these days in Michigan I gather getting anything is good news back-again: bummer back-again: hours are hours, cash is cash, they do matter Judy: he has the afternoon job, but the morning one found out about the other one back-again: and they actually cared about that? why? Judy: and was not acceptable to them that he was working elsewhere even though that is what they suggested in the begining a year ago back-again: such nice people Judy: because he wasn't at their bec and call Guy B.: That's really odd. Why did they now say something about it? Judy: who knows Judy: they are jerks Guy B.: So, what did he do? back-again: especially since he was only doing eight hours in the first place Guy B.: Exactly back-again: hey, they could have had him for three times that if it mattered Judy: he is resigning right away instead of training others to do his job Judy: very true Guy B.: Bet he wasn't happy about that. back-again: not Bob's usual way of doing things - but then few folks play dirty with him, either Judy: I think he was releaved that it finally happened he was expecting it for a while
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changed username to Pamela Guy B.: HI Pam Pamela: good evening back-again: sounds like the company might be a bit stretched financially Judy: hi Pam back-again: hello daughter Pamela: Hi DAd Pamela: and may I just say "groan" back-again: why? don't like my handle for the evening? Judy: that could be, the person in charge is the son of the owner and is in way over his head Pamela: bad pun, Dad Guy B.: I have a new photo of Annie and I. Taken yesterday at PetsMart's 20th birthday celebration. Pamela: cool, Guy back-again: going to post it on your website, Guy? Pamela: brb, gotta get socks - it's chilly back here Guy B.: I have to show it to my friends at work and Jeanene wants to see it too. Then I'll scan it and put it up. back-again: chilly here too - even thouhg I'm in a small room with a big computer, I need my heavy sweater Guy B.: She got a goody bag of sample treats and coupons for me.
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BoBS changed username to BobS Guy B.: There he is. He Bob Guy B.: Hi Bob BobS: OK yous guys and galls BobS: gals back-again: that's the trouble with this variable weather - keeping your house ready for the swings back-again: greetings, Roberto Guy B.: Raining again out here, but we will have a nice weekend. BobS: open the doors, shut the doors.......not hard Richard Pamela: there, that's better - toesty toes BobS: HI RICHARD BobS: home again BobS: and loving it, eh ? Pamela: Hi, Bob back-again: we are looking at intermittent rain next three days, the paper says BobS: hi Pam BobS: yup we are also looking at rain UNTIL Sat back-again: yes, it is definitely a massive relief, Bob BobS: and HOW are you doing now???? BobS: therapy in house ? Judy: we are too, but the rain is supposed to end Saturday Pamela: how are you doing Dad, didn't get a chance to call Monday or Tuesday Judy: how is the back? BobS: so Doug and Meeka have us lined up for work at their house back-again: well still use the walker or cruising to get around the house, but only need the brace to go outside BobS: just TAKE IT EASY mon Judy: sounds good BobS: and tell Frances how much you love her and appreciate her back-again: can drive the van; took Frances shopping yesterday and accompanied her around the store BobS: COOL Judy: that sounds even better back-again: my standing endurance is very short, but walking I can do a couple of average blocks BobS: would be normal I spect.........standing is HARD work back-again: sitting depends on the chair - the computer chair I'm using now tires my back quickly Judy: I now have certification in The Automated Medical Office BobS: I can be on my feet all day also, but standing has always been a real pain for me Judy: doesn't that sound impressive back-again: hey, good on you, Judy - well done BobS: well, change chairs man Judy: is a step in the right direction BobS: my school girl........................................................... back-again: not so easy - I do have to be able to read the screen and reach the keyboard BobS: anybody heard anything from Neil ? BobS: laptop Richard ?????? BobS: put the laptop on a tv tray........ BobS: mayhbe? ????? back-again: not a word, nor from Dale either re the new Java update (Spaniel won't work with it) BobS: oops........ BobS: better not download and install, eh? back-again: thought of that, Bob, but the geometry is wrong. Besides, Frances often neds the laptop for house business back-again: yes, I dopwnloaded and installed 1.6 but had to delete it and revert to 1.5 to get on here back-again: hey Pam, where has Rin got to? Pamela: dunno, said she'd be on tonite when I saw her earlier back-again: likely she and Rich are having their own preliminary chat back-again: if so we should see them soon back-again: I gather that we are unlikely to see Ron, though Pamela: she had a busy day, may be she's already in bed Pamela: she went to bed at 8:00 last week back-again: great heavens! what time is she having to get up? BobS: no ron is enjoying his retirement and having fun BobS: a class reunion in Ottawa after some gadding about back-again: that is what one is suppoed to do with retirement Pamela: about 5:30 I think Pamela: I think Ron said a bowling tour this week and his class reunion next week back-again: what is the Legislature doing that rquires those hours? Pamela: although while in Ottawa, he plans to try to reach Neil Judy: that sounds like an awful time to get up in the morning back-again: let's hope he meets with a little success BobS: THAT was it.......bowling Judy: Pam, how is the job going? Pamela: you probably know better than I, Dad - I'm not reading the papers much Pamela: really busy, Judy BobS: but you like it ? Pamela: but good - challenging. I now know more than I ever expected to about merging documents BobS: :-) Judy: good for you back-again: she prints out spreadsheets too Pamela: I just finished one project yesterday and got started on a second today which will take me all of tomorrow as well back-again: my daughter the computer whiz ; - ) Judy: next week I start my anatomy class, now really looking forward to that one Pamela: I've taken to ignoring my e-mail already back-again: yes, if you run into trouble, just drop Rich an email BobS: Ricard, just checked and I amusing 1.5 still........I think I got the message that 1.6 was available, but I was busy and said GET OTTA HERE BobS: good thing I did, eh ? back-again: don't do that, Pam, we might send you one back-again: if you didn't, on my experience, you wouldn't be here, Bob Pamela: well not totally, but if it doesn't relate to what I'm caught up in at the time, I'll put it on the back burner back-again: I have some expereince in that strategy, Pam ;-0 BobS: wierd.......but if you notice, we are using a different [or fresh load] of Spaniel........the actions menu is plain vanilla again Pamela: you're right, Bob - I didn't notice : ) back-again: haven't been into that the last few times on back-again: for all I know Dale got my message and acted on it, just never mentioned it to anyone BobS: could be, who knows back-again: so the thing may now work just fine with 1.6 - it will have to eventually anyway BobS: this is version 2 beta 2.......just what that means I don't know. Don't know what we were using...... :-) back-again: quite - the "about" box has no dates in it - may have been posted four years ago ; - ) BobS: noticed that back-again: wonder shere our Quebecois friends are tonight? BobS: probably partying BobS: Guy is checking out his new house !!!!!! Pamela: maybe moving : ) BobS: speaking of which, wondering if all went well for them back-again: interestingly, there's a weekly feature in the Star that picks a house and reports what it sold for Pamela: I was hoping we'd find out tonite BobS: and Judy: was his house in it? back-again: this week the house went for $259,000, in an older and less than upscale part of Toronto back-again: the house is on a 20 x 100 fott lot and has one bedroom - and is far from new
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changed username to Daniel Bienvenu Daniel Bienvenu: bonsoir Guy B.: Hi Daniel Pamela: hi Daniel BobS: Hi Daniel Judy: that sounds a little high for that kind of house Judy: hi, Daniel back-again: salut, Daniel! BobS: a "little" high ??????? Daniel Bienvenu: back-again?... des problèmes? back-again: not in the Toronto real estate market these days BobS: yousers!!!!!!!!! Judy: good thing we don't live there BobS: we couldn't afford it back-again: no, rather the problems have eased enough to let me come back home again back-again: if our house burned down, the hole in the ground would sell for ~400,000 BobS: AND Richard is ON THE ROAD to recovery......total recovery this time back-again: let us devoutly hope so, Bob - I am feeling improvement each day BobS: the house brings the price down because they bulldoze it to builod a new tall one ????? Pamela: echoing that back-again: you got it, Bob BobS: well, when you want to move to a retirement home, light it on fire man BobS: price will go up Judy: that doesn't sound like a good idea, Bob back-again: I will have some trouble tomorrow as it will rain and I might not get in my daily walk Judy: can you go to the local mall? BobS: go early or when it is not raining, park inhandicapped spot near door and stay untile rain subsides back-again: suppose I could, but Frances would need to come too, to load the walker in and out of the van BobS: she can shop whilest you walk Judy: or walk with you back-again: she has to see the dermatologist tomorrow and I will take her over there if possible back-again: but I will stay in the car and snooze or read - too many stairs in the building Judy: they don't have an elevator? back-again: yes, but the entry is on a split level so one must go up or down stairs to get to it BobS: well that sucks........... BobS: elevator but stairs to get there.....STUPID Judy: that is the pits back-again: actually come to think of it, there is a handicap entrance in the rear that does it, but it's awkward Judy: that was designed by a genius Pamela: where's this, Dad? back-again: and from the HC door to the doctor's office is diagonally across the whole building ;-( back-again: 250 Lawrence, Pam, the building east of Dr. Santo Pamela: that's what I thought BobS: exercise !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1 Pamela: what a concept BobS: it's settled then........ BobS: see, you just have to ask Richard, and we come thru for you Judy: and solve all your problems back-again: oops! am I still on? back-again: yep, seems so Pamela: still here, Dada Pamela: oops, Dad : ) Judy: did you think that you got dumped back-again: thought it possible - a line I typed didn't print - but I didnt check it first back-again: maybe my cursor just went wandering Judy: that does happen Pamela: Hey Dad, when I see you next, remind me to bring along the newest FBorFW book - there's a cartoon in there you ahve to see : ) back-again: OK - I got a survey from the Star today asking about my most and last favoutie Saturday comics back-again: guess which was most favourite? Pamela: and what will you say is your most favourite? Pamela: Hmmm Pamela: I wonder Pamela: so, that's a no brainer. What was your least? back-again: I don't think you have had much trouble figuring that out - though Doonesbury was a close runner-up back-again: get fuzzy - I think it's idiotic Pamela: never heard of it Pamela: but again, I don't read the paper back-again: consider yourself lucky - if enough others share my feelings, you never will back-again: they should buy the rights to reprint the whole historic Lil' Abner series instead Pamela: but how topical would that be now? back-again: that strip was basically timeless, and likely not politically incorrect enough to matter back-again: bet Bob abd Judy would remember it Daniel Bienvenu: sorry, I'm writing an email about a game I did reccently in DVD format. And I don't mean a DVD-rom for computer or console, I really mean a game for a DVD player. Judy: then there are a lot of people that wouldn't want it, can't believe that people like the dumb stuff that they have on TV back-again: I don't know about what's on tv, I only watch Canadian football and racing - period Judy: I don't read the funnies much, but Bob does BobS: I member Li'l Abner, and was ther not a Daisy ???? back-again: I even cancelled the service during December and January - nothing to watch BobS: and Sadie Hawkins Day.....and back-again: the Skunk Works BobS: ok BobS: was inthe funnies while we were growing up........Judy just read the society page back-again: and Mammy and Pappy Yokum, and the Family Ham, and - I forget the pig's name Judy: never heard of that Daniel Bienvenu: Who want to beat my "Shell Game" video game for DVD player? back-again: Daisy Mae was Lil Abner's - well, girlfriend, but the relationship was a little more complicated than that BobS: oh oh, no wonder I got perverted at an ealry age BobS: early back-again: sounds like fun, Daniel, but right now I have too much to catch up on Pamela: I'm never gonna catch up back-again: eight weeks nailed to a bed leaves you with a lot of loose ends Judy: we got the pond in the yard up and running this week-end, now we have a pair of ducks swimming in it Pamela: oh, how cool, Judy Judy: Bob keeps trying to chase them out back-again: wait till they start to raise a family - or do roaming cats and dogs discourage that? Judy: not really it is too small for ducks Daniel Bienvenu: Give me an email to send you the game. It's a tiny 258K and you can play it with PowerDVD or burn it to a real DVD+/-R and play it on your DVD player. back-again: oh, hwre they even raise flotillas in the reflecting pools of downtown buildings Judy: last year something got a whole family on the neighbor porch Pamela: btw Bob, did my card ever arrive? Judy: made a real mess BobS: YES !!!!! tahnk you.......forgot to thank you ......or did we ????? sucks to get old don't it ? back-again: I'll bet - you like to see your wildlife survive Judy: yes, it did, Pam, thanks for the kind words BobS: neighbor thinks the skunks got the whole duck family Pamela: it's okay, I was just concerned that I had the right address etc back-again: Daniel, my email is cleechez, and I'm at tamcotec.com. Judy: we got sooo many cards, was unreal back-again: surprised the adult ducks couldn Pamela: I believe it back-again: t fight them off Judy: don't know, the neighbor thought it was skunks that got them BobS: that is what I thought........but they didn't see it happen ,just found lots of body parts Pamela: ick back-again: maybe you should encourage a pair of geese - even you won't be able to chase them, though BobS: NO WAY BobS: I WILL shoot them back-again: they'd sure deal with the skunks and stuff in jig time Judy: they better not come around here back-again: why not? go ahead, shoot them, I'm told they are very tasty Pamela: the geese I'm assuming, and not the skunk Judy: yuk back-again: right, Pam Daniel Bienvenu: the email is on the way... you will got my Shell Game in a minute. back-again: we download email on the laptop, which Frances is using - I use the desktop for chat Pamela: by the way Dad, I don't know if you've tried it, but the Blue Menu PC Chocolate ice cream is quite tasty back-again: but I will see it later, of course - will it burn to a CD as well? back-again: why do you tell me these things just after we've finished shpping for the week ;-( Pamela: (hangs head) (to hide grin) sorry! back-again: the laptop only burns CDs, though it plays DVDs Pamela: jsut thought of it because that's what we're eating at the moment back-again: really rubbing it in, are you? ;-) Pamela: just explaining! back-again: I'm still deciding on whether I dare have my beer tonight, I'm on so many meds Pamela: I'll stop now BobS: plain chocolate????? or BLUE MOON chocolate ? Judy: tell her to get you some Daniel Bienvenu: Well, you can at least try the game with PowerDVD if you don'T want to burn it. Pamela: plain chocolate, Bob BobS: aw, get real blue BlueMoon ice cream YUM Pamela: Blue menu is the President's Choice low fat, healthy choice stuff back-again: what is PowerDVD, Daniel? Judy: that would not be Bob's favorite kind Daniel Bienvenu: Dale told me that it may work on some versions of Windows Media Player. Pamela: this is half the fat of regular ice cream Judy: really??? Daniel Bienvenu: I got PowerDVD with my burner, it's a player with software mpeg decoder inside. Judy: and it is good Pamela: yup. And if I recall, it's a not bad price, either back-again: I'm not very au fait with media formats and programs Judy: then they don't have it around here Daniel Bienvenu: Try opening with media player. if it doesn't work, try double-click on the file "video_ts.ifo" and maybe the file association in your Windows will do the rest. Pamela: some President's Choice products seem to have made it to the States, so keep an eye out Judy: not in my store Pamela: they make fig, raspberry and apple newtons too, which are really good back-again: I am not sure my versioin of media player is working proerly - it won't update for me BobS: I think we have some products here with that name back-again: someone else is now putting out newtons, but the ones in No Frills today were date Pamela: these are the store brand version of Fig Newtons Judy: we will have to look, will be shopping tomorrow back-again: but the are fat-free - the Blue Menu ones, that is back-again: do you have a store that carries President's Choice items, Judy? Judy: Bob thinks so, but I don't remember seeing it Judy: maybe at Meijers back-again: if you do find one, search it carefully - their "twice the fruit" jams are out of this world BobS: IF we can remember, we will check it out back-again: they have a huge product line and almost all are terrific and good value for money Pamela: Judy, if you haven't tried them, the Thinsations cookies are good too - Oreos, Peek Freans, and another type too. Also, try Nutrigrain Munch'Ems from Kelloggs - they're tortilla style chips but they're made from granola and come in cinnamon or honey oat BobS: they don't use the wheat stuff from China, do they ?????? Judy: will have to look for them back-again: well, if they do, they haven't been caught at it BobS: only had thew dogfood problems herte, BUT the same stuff comes from China and is used in food for us Pamela: I have a yogurt and a bag of munch'ems for breakfast these days - enough to keep me going till lunch, but not too heavy, and easy to eat on the fly back-again: Daniel, is your program burnable to a CD? Judy: sounds like a plan, do you have to be at work early? Pamela: I start at 9:00 but I'm usually out of here by about 7:30 in order to ensure I get a parking spot at the subway, so by the time I get to work I'm starving Pamela: and I never have time for breakfast before I leave Pamela: Up, clean, dry and dressed is the best I do in the morning Pamela: I am not a morning person Judy: that is awful, the travel time, I mean BobS: forget the dry part and have breakfast !!!!! Pamela: the actual commute is only about 50 minutes Judy back-again: well, she gets downtown so early she can sit on the steps of the music hall or something and nibble there ; - ) Pamela: once I get to the parking lot, I usually sit in the car for a few minutes and collect my thoughts Daniel Bienvenu: I never tried buring a DVD structure in a CD-rom... I have no idea if it will works or not. all the softwares I know doesn't allow this kind of thing. back-again: pity - I have a dual burner but it's in the desktop Pamela: then I get to the office about 8:45 and that gives me some time to go to the bathroom, put my stuff away and get organized. Also, it means that if my first subway train is packed, I have the leisure to wait for another back-again: and my jump drives are only 256MB - just too small Judy: we are spoiled around here, the commute times are never that high, Judy: it takes Bob about 5 minutes to get to his job Pamela: well I took the GO train on Monday and Tuesday and that was nice -I may try it for the summer. Train leaving here at 8:21 puts me downtown, a block and ahalf from the office, at 8:42 back-again: Pam, what are the times when you use the GO train? back-again: see you anticipated my question Pamela: the 7:56 train puts me into Union at 8:15 or so, lots of time to do whatever back-again: how close does the PATH network get to your building? Pamela: Somerville had to do some warranty work on my car yesterday, so the service advisor parked his car here at our place, took me to the train station, and took my car to work back-again: that was nice of them - this the recall? Pamela: other side of the street, Dad - it's on the NE corner, I'm on the NW back-again: pity - not quite what you need in a hard rain Pamela: no, they replaced one of the catalytic converters before I got it, but I got a check engine light last week and the code came up as the front cat (the one they didn't replace) Pamela: so David agreed to replace it no charge as well back-again: yes, cats should not go - and I believe have a separate longer warranty Pamela: well I got the light a week after I bought the car - I considered that brand new, and I guess David thought it was good customer service so agreed to eat the cost Pamela: yesteday was the first day that John and I could coordinate to do this back-again: I know there used to be a government requirement that emission system parts work ofr several years Daniel Bienvenu: I'm really sorry, I can't help you more to run shell game... but at least one have fun with it now. Pamela: well it had to pass emissions before the sale so I don't know what was going on, but it's done back-again: in fact the warranty may have ben ten years or so - Bob, do you recall? back-again: OK Daniel, I'll see what I can do with it Pamela: as for the recall, I have to touch base with Cruickshank anyway over a few things, so I'll set up the repair when I call them back-again: by the way, is Guy-B still with us? he hasn't said a thing Judy: not in a long time BobS: think in the states emissions are 5 yrs unlimited mileage...........saftey items like seatbelts are unlimited BobS: safety Pamela: I need spare keys, and an owners manual, and I'd like to get a cargo net for it as well if it's not too horribly expensive back-again: thought, Bob, it was the other way around - but it could have been changed Judy: look online for them, Pam BobS: well taht is in the staes, may be different in canada back-again: our laws on that are very similar, there is so much cross-border trade in cars Pamela: oh, my dealership is good Judy, I should be able to get the cargo net for a reasonable price. back-again: we send you Hondas, you send us back Toyotas Judy: that sounds fair BobS: that's about it.......gm got knocked into 2nd place by toyota last quarter I thinkg back-again: yes, though what it means I'm not sure back-again: really depends on how the heavy vehicle market (pickups, SUVs) goes BobS: probably nothing......except that the foreign imports are giving the big 3 a new target to aim for with car development Judy: that is what everyone wants, isn't it BobS: the imports have surely made the big 3 aware of the improvements and pricing that moves the market back-again: yes, and I'm not sure they are getting full credit for what they are doing back-again: I am also not sure all of the new stuff is desirable Pamela: like the Honda Element? What an ugly vehicle BobS: maybe.......some things seem alittle "over the top" Guy B.: Well Folks, I'm going to go here. Will see you all next week. back-again: ugly, yes, but quite efficient Daniel Bienvenu: bye Guy! Judy: they are pretty awful, aren't they? Pamela: gnite Guy - you were very quiet tonite back-again: ah, Guy was here. OK. goodnight, Guy, see you then. Take care Pamela: (PRIVATE) hugs to you Judy: night Guy Guy B.: (PRIVATE) Me too and one dog too. Guy B.: Poof
Guy B. left chat session Pamela: I could name a few others Judy - the new Porsche crossover, anything by Hummer back-again: personally, I don't see anything on the market right now I would want to buy Judy: very true, don Judy: 't really keep track of what they are just know there are some ugly ones Pamela: i'm not keen on the new design of the Honda Civic either Pamela: once again, I am my father's daughter - I'm a car buff back-again: generall, I don't see why any small car needs 300 horsepower - cut it in half and take the efficiency in gas mileage instead BobS: a conosuer.... Pamela: ya got that right, Bob : ) BobS: so they can zipo in and out of traffic Pamela: I also don't like the 2007 Ford Explorers - too boxy Judy: that is what they try to do back-again: yes, they all want to look big and intimidating Pamela: and by the way Dad, I don't know if Aunt Cynthia has said anything, but Graeme and Sabrina just traded in their Lincoln for a Ford Expedition BobS: chrysler 300 ????? little windows and look like a mafia car Judy: there are some others that I don't like but don't know what they are Pamela: I'm with you Bob back-again: I'm not going to ask - or comment - Pam Pamela: not enough room in the lincoln for three kids in car seats plus more than two adults back-again: Mazda has one or two acceptable models Pamela: so I held the tile of "newest car owner in the family" for about three weeks - theirs is an '03 BobS: bummer Pam, but you know how it goes.......keep up with the Jones'es....or outdo them Pamela: actually, I like a lot of Mazda's products - I would have considered a Tribute if the Escape was unavailable back-again: I think yours may be marginally more sensible, though Pamela: I don't think it was intentional, Bob : ) back-again: depemds on how long gas stays over a buck a litre Pamela: and I like Lindsay's Protege Pamela: and the Mazda 5 Pamela: well I wouldn't want to drive an 8 cylinder that's for sure back-again: ironically, they are owned by Ford and provide the platforms for most Fords Pamela: the Escape gets better gas mileage than the Taurus Pamela: but smaller engine, and newer, accounts for that Pamela: at least in the city - I don't know about highway yet back-again: yes, mileage is up on everything these days Pamela: and I don't know how big the tank is - since I don't have an owner's manual : ) BobS: about $40 worth, don't make any difference HOW big it is back-again: and I think your highway mileage should be tolerable, though not where it would be on a two wheel drive BobS: just keep it between the lines girl Pamela: well we should find out this weekend - first trip to the trailer BobS: got to go here.........time to go sleep BobS: to see if it wintered all right ? back-again: anyway, my back has had enopugh (too much, really) of this chair - gotta go, filks Pamela: no, Mom and Lindsay have been up for two weekends already -season started on April 15th Judy: yes, night all, time to call it quits, talk at you next week back-again: so Bob abd Judy, goodnight right back at you Pamela: g'nite Bob and Judy BobS: ok nite all.....see you next week BobS: nite Pamela: gnite Dad, I'll try to call tomorrow or Friday
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