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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Schmidt View Post
    Hey, Mr. Ed was a horse
    I don’t recall saying anything about “Mr Ed” in my comment.
    Don’t want to tell you what happened to the last one to refer me as “Mr Ed” (statue of limitations hasn’t run out yet)

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    Awesome build Moose! It looks just right for where your road runs!

    Could Phyllis use the ice chute as a sled ramp and have a fun trip down?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chicago Rail View Post
    I don’t recall saying anything about “Mr Ed” in my comment.
    Don’t want to tell you what happened to the last one to refer me as “Mr Ed” (statue of limitations hasn’t run out yet)
    I think @Janbouli may have started this but I may have, sorta kinda accidentally a-purpose gotten my big nose into it and thought about Mr. Ed.

    Come to think of it, @Janbouli might not have an idea what "Mr. Ed" was. Bet the reruns aren't in syndication over there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by badlandnp View Post
    Could Phyllis use the ice chute as a sled ramp and have a fun trip down?
    After a few shots of her fermented cattail stalk "mint fizzies", she'll try anything...

    Oh, and no, Moose no know how she makes those, so please don't ask...
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    Oh , I know that besides Moose there are also talking horses. I was more of a fan of Mighty Mouse back then though and the 3 Stooges and Red Skelton, but now I'm going way off course , sorry again Moose.
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    Beautiful! Great build!
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    @epumph

    Thank you so much Gene, mush appreciated!
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    So Moose, (and being serious for the moment) are you still going to light the building? I hope you will as that will really bring your great work to life
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    @wombat457

    Tony, yer a bad influence! Buuut, when Moose have time, Moose will dig around layout room's boxes & boxes of stuff to find the LED's, wiring, etc. required for such an adventure!
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    Moose building is good...very good! Moose does good job...should be proud. (Why is my grammar suddenly poor?) I'm sure all mooses agreed when they did their "walk thru"...building looks solid and sturdy.

    Seriously...very very nice building. That's really going to look good situated on the layout. Maybe a big billboard, weathered bleached on the side of the outer wall? Red Man? Mail Pouch? Prince Albert? Or something fishing related?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moose2013 View Post
    @wombat457

    Tony, yer a bad influence! Buuut, when Moose have time, Moose will dig around layout room's boxes & boxes of stuff to find the LED's, wiring, etc. required for such an adventure!
    I do my best Moose ...
    Cheers Tony

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    @Herc Driver

    Thank you Mark, very much appreciated!

    Quote Originally Posted by Herc Driver View Post
    Maybe a big billboard, weathered bleached on the side of the outer wall? Red Man? Mail Pouch? Prince Albert? Or something fishing related?
    Ohhh, very good idea. But separate billboard or signs directly on the sides of the building?

    Moose will have to give the design & fabrication some moose thoughts...

    Quote Originally Posted by Herc Driver View Post
    (Why is my grammar suddenly poor?)
    Well, others don't know talking good like you and Moose, so their vocabulistics are limited -- oh, never mind...
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    If the plural for Goose is Geese , then why is the plural for Moose not Meese, but just Moose, or is the plural just moose stampede
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    Quote Originally Posted by Janbouli View Post
    If the plural for Goose is Geese , then why is the plural for Moose not Meese, but just Moose, or is the plural just moose stampede
    You better watch out Jan,, I think I hear some rumbling on the ground.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janbouli View Post
    or is the plural just moose stampede
    You just about nailed it -- expert lexicologists do assert that more than one moose is known as a "stampede," just like a group of wives is known as a "gossip" or a "shopping."

    BTW, and apopros for this time of year, a "shopping" that has been away from home for several hours is often referred to as a "large credit card bill" or a "WTF."

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    Hmm, and I don't think Meese would be appropriate anyway - might get confused with more than one mouse; and, we all know (I think) Meese are not exactly Meese
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    Well, there goes another thread completely off topic...
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    Maybe a little BUT, the last thing you would want is a bunch of Meese running around your building and making a mess of your work, right, especially in the dark
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Schmidt View Post
    You just about nailed it -- expert lexicologists do assert that more than one moose is known as a "stampede," just like a group of wives is known as a "gossip" or a "shopping."

    A group of wombats is known as a wisdom,a mob, or a colony,,

    So they are a very smart,possibly unruly large group who set up shop and take over the place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chicago Rail View Post
    So they are a very smart,possibly unruly large group who set up shop and take over the place.
    That sounds like nSn's resident wombat...
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