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  1. Yep that's how it was. Later I had a truck and it was in the glove box.
  2. Ha, count me in. I had the box with all the 8 tracks behind my seat and had it memorized. Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, Robin Trower, Humble Pie, Jimi Hendrix and many more. Cut in some 6"x 9" speakers in the back window and speakers in the doors and my car would sound really good.
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    RIP Rip

    RIP Rip
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    NY rail worker who made $280G skipping work to get full pension: report Raymond Murphy, a foreman with the LIRR’s Buildings and Bridges department who’d been at the agency since 1996, was caught by the MTA’s Inspector General at or near his home on 10 occasions when he was on duty in April, May and June 2018, the Aug. 8 report says. But he says he has nothing to apologize for. “I’m retired now and that’s all I have to say,” Murphy said at his East Northport home Tuesday morning. His wife then emerged from the house insisting he’s a “hardworking, honest guy” and griping about all the late hours he put in. “If they hired enough guys and trained them to do the job, they wouldn’t have had to call him at all hours to go to work!” she said. Murphy was one of the top earners in the whole MTA in 2017 — making a jaw-dropping $405,021, with $295,490 coming from overtime, according to data from government watchdog group the Empire Center.
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    Dramatic video shows dozens looting Walgreens, police say Philadelphia police have released surveillance video showing a large group of young people running into a Walgreens store and causing thousands of dollars in damage last week. Investigators say the South Philadelphia incident happened at around 10 p.m. on Thursday and involved a large group of men and women who “look like teens." The group "stormed the Walgreens store" and "ran around knocking items off of the shelves," according to police. The video captured three men running through an aisle, knocking makeup off store shelves. Another camera angle captured a larger group knocking other items off shelves. “Some members in the group threw merchandise at store employees, resulting in injuries,” police said. The video released by police showed one boy grabbing items off of racks near the checkout counter and throwing the items at employees. Some people in the group can be seen filming the incident on their cell phones. The group is also seen running out of the store with items in their hands, including soft drinks and snacks. At least one person in the group covered his face as he entered and left the store. A cashier was hit in the head with a glass bottle when he tried to intervene, WPVI reported. "About 60 juveniles walked into the establishment and began removing things from the shelves, destroying property inside the store,” Philadelphia Police Captain Sekou Kinebrew told the television station. “The cashier attempted to intervene and some heavy item - I believe it was a bottle - was thrown at him, striking him in the head." Kinebrew added that the value of the stolen merchandise and the damage to the store totaled between $6,000 and $7,000. The injured clerk has been treated and released with cuts and bruises to his head, the station reported. Philadelphia police told Fox News none of the suspects have been arrested and asked anyone with information to call the police department.
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    Loud flatulence gives away suspect's hiding spot, Missouri police say Missouri law enforcement was able to “sniff out” the location of a person wanted for a controlled substance over the weekend after the suspect passed gas so loudly that it gave up his or her hiding spot, officials said. The Clay County Sherriff’s department posted on Facebook to share how flatulence played a role in the arrest outside the City of Liberty, Mo. “If you’ve got a felony warrant for your arrest, the cops are looking for you and you pass gas so loud it gives up your hiding spot, you’re definitely having a day. #ItHappened,” the sheriff’s office said. The department posted a photo of officers using police dogs in a wooded area as part of their search.
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    Three favorite movies?

    One of the best lines in the movie
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    Three favorite movies?

    Some classic lines from that movie.
  9. Finishing up season 501 of The Vikings. 1 more season to go. I am so involved in the characters I have to finish the entire series. Writers are getting lazy. Going from the swamps and having brand new uniforms, makeup, hairdos, shaven heads. They are really making this a TV show and losing the reality of it. Too bad, it started off really well.
  10. Great line. I'm watching season 2 of Dark. Lot's of twists to the plot already.
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    Tyler Skaggs, R.I.P.

    Late Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs, wife opened up about wedding and family plans before his death Tragedy struck the Los Angeles Angels on Monday when pitcher Tyler Skaggs was found dead in his Texas hotel room hours before his team was set to take on the Texas Rangers. Three months before Skaggs’ sudden passing, in an April interview with Wealth Management, he and his wife, Carli, opened up about their wedding and their plans to start a family Their wedding celebration was nearly derailed when the place they had picked out in Malibu, Calif., was being threatened by a wildfire, they shared with the outlet. The room where the 200-plus guests were going to join the Skaggs for the reception was spared while most of the grounds around it were charred, according to the magazine. “This was important to us. But it was nothing compared to the way people’s lives were being impacted,” Skaggs said of the fires. “A thousand things go into planning a wedding, but no one ever plans on their venue burning.” The two went through with their wedding. Carli Skaggs also opened up about their plans for children in the future. “Tyler wants his children to be able to see him pitch,” Carli Skaggs told the website. She also talked about being the spouse of a professional athlete. “Being a so-called ‘baseball wife’ has a stress all its own,” she said. “Since Tyler’s regularly on the move, we lack that traditional stability.” The two married in December – just about eight months before the pitcher’s death. The cause of Tyler Skaggs’ death wasn’t immediately known. The results of an autopsy are set to be released in October.
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    Tyler Skaggs, R.I.P.

    I'm shocked. RIP Tyler
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    Baseball Expansion thoughts?

    National League California Division: LA Dodgers, Seattle Mariners, San Francisco Giants and Portland (Ports?) American League Western Division: CA Angels, AZ D-Backs, Oakland A's and San Diego Padres This to me would make more sense and keep most of the northern teams in one division.
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    Mom driving SUV in game of 'chicken' strikes, kills 3-year-old son, cops say It's a case that has left authorities in Texas shaking their heads. Authorities say a Houston woman behind the wheel of an SUV on June 11 struck and killed her 3-year-old son while apparently engaging the child and his siblings in a game of "chicken." Harris County prosecutors say surveillance video from a nearby apartment complex shows Lexus Stagg, 26, driving a Lincoln Navigator back and forth as her three young children try to avoid being hit. But at one point the 3-year-old is struck. He died later at a hospital, according to authorities. "You should be playing Peek-A-Boo with a three-year-old instead of forcing him to try and dodge a 5,600-pound deadly weapon," Harris County District Attorney's Office Vehicular Crimes Chief Sean Teare said, according to the Houston Chronicle. Authorities say Stagg was charged with criminally negligent homicide in connection with the child's death. If convicted, Stagg faces 10 years in prison, the Chronicle reported
  15. Wow, I remember when it came out. Classic movie for sure.