T J = Thanks Jay .......wtf is Bttt???
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I have seen that, bttt, in the classified but not here, guess Tim wanted to line up all the old photos. I also love the old photos and save them. Thanks again Jay and Herb and anyone else posting the old photos.
These millenial texter kids and their crazy way of writing !
As usual, Jay's photos are wonderful, but we've seen these. Why have you taken it upon yourself to send them BTTT???? You're not the original poster, nor have you brought up anything new or pertinent about the dozens of images you've brought back, warranting their return. It clogs up and hides the newer forum posts of those who have up-to-date questions to ask.
I can only speculate, perhaps this sort of activity is how one in Binghamton further enjoys the afterglow when he has finished mounting a smokin' hot body.
And do note his contributions in this thread:
Or, perhaps, it is just a slow day south of the Adirondacks.....
Bill, I believe this is the other thread you mentioned. You posted the same "smoking hot" thread twice.
Right you are! Thank you for correcting my mistake, too many open tabs. (No, not the carbonated beverage.) Not my first mistake and, sadly, I am quite sure that it won't be my last. (heavy sigh) Humble Bill
What can I say...
As a kid, Dad and a few hunting friends shifted SW from their traditional
upland bird hunting grounds around Quincy and Othello down to the Yakima
Valley area. I liked the former, but this new area had lots of old towns and
farms. That meant lots more old barns, fencelines, abandoned cars and trucks
and openwire phone lines. When I got my driver's license, it was the first
place my brother, friends, and I headed to go scrounging for cool old stuff.
Wapato was one of those many cool old towns. TONS of great telephone
glass was picked out of the lower valley there. A couple years ago, I went
with Widdo Bwudder to pickup up a collection he had purchased from an
early lineman/collector just west of Wapato. The stuff he had was just amazing !
It was a real trip back in time talking with this old guy. He MADE US take a
1948 Studebaker as part of the collection ! Parked since 1961 in his garage,
he was moving into town to be close to his daughter and everything had to