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Here is more footage, Jeff talking about his ordeal. Wow. Unbelievable. Thank God everyone is okay.

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Pinkie in the Pink Palace
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Love you, Jeff. You are such a sweetie pie.
"more sinned against than sinning"--shall be on my tombstone

"Transpersonal psychology--transcend the self, to abolish and avoid pain...what is the self, anyway?"--Pinkie
"Queen of Pain, I'll Always be Queen of Pain" (laughs)with apologies to Sting
"Yes it's over now, drink your big black cow, and get outa here"--Steely Dan
"I'm just a girl, they think I'm some kind of freak"--Gwen Stefani
"You can beat us with wires, you can beat us with chains;
You can make all your rules but you can't outrun the history train...I seen a glorious day"--Paul Simon

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Moondance Tintin Chili Beans Martini
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Hopefully, Jeff's house can be restored. What a terrible experience that must have been. The footage is unbelievable. So much destruction. Of course, the mudslides are the result of a lack of vegetation.
Where does all that mud go to in the end?

“Dogs are our link to paradise. They don't know evil or jealousy or discontent. To sit with a dog on a hillside on a glorious afternoon is to be back in Eden, where doing nothing was not boring--it was peace.” Milan Kundera.

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Keep the heid
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Reply with quote  #29 

How upbeat.  I knew he was laid back, but wow.  He seems to have taken it better than I would for sure.  I'd be a wreck.  Hope everyone is back to safety and normal soon.


I love everybody.  Some I love to be around, some I love to avoid and others I'd love to punch in the face. <~~~~ for Jeff vid clips

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When I was a kid my Grandmother moved out to a farm. Black Bear creek was just a string of big puddles most of the year, but once a year it would flood and inundate her house, which was least a half mile away. There would be about six inches of mud left behind on the floors when the water receded. Eventually, my uncles figured out they should move her house to the top of the hill. Problem solved.

Anyway, seeing those pictures reminded me of that. Looks like Jeff got a bit more than six inches. I guess if you come out with your family healthy, the rest doesn't matter so much. Hope his guitars got out OK, though [wink]

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