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J. S. Bach

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    Chester County, South Carolina
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    Insulators, telephones, traffic lights, trolleys, ham radio; not necessarily in that order.

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  1. I know someone in Washington State that grows them. Maybe you bought some of his!😹Anyway, enjoy them.
  2. 223.9this morning at the Valero in Rock Hill by I-77.
  3. I know what a "SIM" card is but what is a "SIN" card?
  4. And waiting, and waiting, and waiting, and .......................................
  5. Hmmm, I read that as something else on first glance!
  6. 2.339 (US gallon) here in Chester at the Kangaroo yesterday. Actually, it is now a Circle K dispensing Marathon gas.
  7. A recent visitor to my yard, I almost stepped on him going into the house. When I came back out to finish unloading the groceries, I saw him and stepped around him. I got the camera and took this photo while he just sat there. It is an Eastern Garter Snake, a really good snake to have around the place. Note that the snake ranges in all the states east of the Mississippi and quite a few west of it. I suspect that southern Canada has them too as they do not respect international boundaries!😹
  8. With apologies to George Shearing, Lullaby Of Birdland:
  9. Well, first you got to throw it: Something made me pull this out tonight. Oddly, I have not listened to it in years; still quite a toe-tapping bit and funny, too.
  10. I actually have that on a 45rpm record Pomp and Circumstance/Adrian Kimberly/Calliope 6501 b/w Black Mountain Stomp and just spun it to refresh my memory.
  11. No, the record is branded "VICTROLA". I have no idea what table/playback kit is used in the video as it is not mine, I just linked to it. I just noticed the the YouTube table is a Dual model. Mine is a Technics SP-15/Syntec S-220 arm/ Sumiko headshell/Shure M97Xe cart. The Wallace records were recorded after the RIAA curve was introduced. They sound right on my system
  12. Now that you mention "shandy" it rings a bell. I have had lemon shandy and like it so I guess that grapefruit would not be so bad.
  13. Well, yesterday Enrico Caruso (on a 100+ year old acoustic Victrola78); even allowing for the age/type of the recording, that man could really belt it out. Followed by Ruth Wallace/ Admiral's Daughter:
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