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    Default tacmig dressed for the holidays

    looooooooooking goooooood!!
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    chestnuts roasting on an open fire....
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    Default O.K. That's good....Real good!

    It's get'en cold around these parts this time a year and it's a good idea to cover the brass monkeys or bring'em in out of the cold!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tacmig View Post
    It's get'en cold around these parts this time a year and it's a good idea to cover the brass monkeys or bring'em in out of the cold!

    TacMig
    do you know what a "brass monkey " actually is in real life?

    A hint: a fellow power&SAIL squadron member told some time ago and it has nothing to do with monkeys

    and by the way... Ive heard from external sources that you better not mess with the squirrel too much. Though he has a sence of humour, he's liable to lose it and kick your a$$!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SignWave View Post

    and by the way... Ive heard from external sources that you better not mess with the squirrel too much. Though he has a sence of humour, he's liable to lose it and kick your a$$!
    Word is really getting around, the Army and Jedi forces are among us. Im glad I didn't start this thread
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    Quote Originally Posted by KBar View Post
    Word is really getting around, the Army and Jedi forces are among us. Im glad I didn't start this thread
    Same here!!! Im going to quietly walk away now... tip toe out of the pumpkin patch... Or is it the HAZLENUT TREE!!! Hahahahahaha!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SignWave View Post
    do you know what a "brass monkey " actually is in real life?

    A hint: a fellow power&SAIL squadron member told some time ago and it has nothing to do with monkeys

    and by the way... Ive heard from external sources that you better not mess with the squirrel too much. Though he has a sence of humour, he's liable to lose it and kick your a$$!
    Here is the defined version per Wikipedia:

    Brass monkey (colloquial expression), meaning something solid and inert that can only be affected by extremes, or meaning an extreme of cold.

    That is exactly what I meant. Now here is what your friend meant: (I think)
    A nickname for the maritime flag of the Cunard Line.

    The symbol I use in this forum (squirrel with the big berries) is my logo. I have used it for many years. Not only does he sport a respectable bag of berries, he and his fellow squirrels has had a life changing effect on me in which I have only shared with my Grandfather who is now past. In any event, that little trouble maker means a lot to me and I care for and protect squirrels.

    Kinda of weird ehh??

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    what no ninga squirrels ?? or is that coverd with the light sabers.LOL
    thanks for the help
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    hope i helped

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    I found a ninja squirrel, but I didnt figure Tacmig was Japanese...

    As for a the definiton of a Brass Monkey: it is a deck plate made of brass of course that was used on the old wooden sailing ships. Its purpose was to hold the cannon ball$ in place so that they would not slop around while the ship was heaving and listing in the seas.


    No harm intended Tacmig, just a little "ball breaking" from your online forum buddies. All in good fun. If you can't laugh at yourself, then laugh at someone else....preferably the kid that just wiped out on his bike and skinned both of his knees!! Hahahahahaha!!!
    I know, I'm sick.

    Oh and one last thing... NEVER under estimate the power of a determined squirrel....
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QJy1bvHZgwk

    Happy holidays TM.
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