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A submarine with Overdrive?
That looks toasty from here.
Warning is really weird. It's spotty all the way to the Canadian border. Northern Wa., southern Or. just weird.
Hawaii and all the way to Japan.
Poor Tim. Good guy with a great sense of humor.
Good morning son
So has it been verified as an underwater volcano. Or deep sea nuke test?
The crabs from Kwajalaine may have gathered up enough parts from all those Minutemen that VAFB shoots at them to have become a nuclear threat, and they are testing in Tonga.
mine has a cracked case as well.
Just an observation. A few years back it was first reported as an earthquake in North Korea. I just made a simple comment that more likely an underground nuke test. It was dismissed by a know it all member that based it on some info he reserached it wasn't possibly.. I let it go, about a year later it was confirmed underground nuke test. I'm not saying it's not a natural occurrence. I'm just posing the question, So bottom line is I guess with have to figure out how to stop volcanic eruptions, or do they have no effect on global warming.
So bottom line is I guess with have to figure out how to stop volcanic eruptions, or do they have no effect on global warming. [/QUOTE] Reports say it belched smoke and ash and rocks 12 miles into the sky.
Reports say it belched smoke and ash and rocks 12 miles into the sky.[/QUOTE] Yes sir. So more dirt in the atmosphere and warmer water affecting ocean currents.
Busy place this morning. That carpet is a real pos i think. Doesent seem to fit very well at all. Lots of trimming to fit.way too long on both ends. Hard to gauge how much to cut without effing it up.
We finally jacked down and moved southwest by 80+/- miles to next port so we can take on Fuel for our trip back to the USA. Port due to be closed for a couple days starting around 1400 due to weather.
Got the ball rolling again on the bonded title for the 69RR this last week. Should be finished by the time I get home in February. After that its time to do the 71 swinger as well. The Swinger should take less time though. RR will be just title swap Swinger will be registration as well.
At dinner. Now headed home to bed....
Lots of back reading. Dart is in the garage. Satellite is outside still.....
You guys see the news of the train pirates stealing packages off train a in Smell A.? LA
What the satelites belong in space silly!
Ugh I just found that I did the most Chris thing ever.... last spring, I rebuilt my dana 60 track lock. Upgraded to 35 spline axles. Well I was just going thru my parts shelf and found the new spyder gear shims. The shims that HAVE to go in. So guess what I get to do, yep take it all back apart.
Yeah. Crazy times . I just got back from the grocery store too, shelves resemble March of 2020 when people panicked and bought everything out. This has got to be the craziest stuff in our entire history
Reports say it belched smoke and ash and rocks 12 miles into the sky.[/QUOTE] Actually yes it appears they can. It was thought that a volvanic eruption was the most likely reason for the extreme cold of 1779-80 winter in the North Atlantic, and the 'dark day' in April of 1780. Krackatowa (sp?) eruption was more certainly linked to at least few years, if not a few decades of colder weather globally, and therefore a small shift colder.