What other addiction(s) do you have?

Hunter527

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I like anything pre-WWII, but the Civil War is my favorite topic. I think A Stillness at Appomattox by Bruce Catton was the best I've read on the subject. I also really liked John Ransom's Andersonville Diary for a very readable and upbeat diary from a POW.
Company Aytch is my favorite so far, but I haven’t read that many. Just recently I learned that my 3rd great-grandfather was in the 50th Georgia, and I read Wiregrass to Appomattox, which is about the regiment. I really enjoyed it, they were in a lot of battles. My 3rd great grandfather was captured at Sailors Creek a few days before the surrender. The author included a lot of letters and theres a roster of the regiment, its a real detailed book.
 
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ilovesprig

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I am Jonesing pretty hard too since California Outlawed it. About to fall off the wagon and go on a bender in Vegas.

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These take the edge off

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and my baby. They sent me an stimulus check to stimulate the economy, this is what I came up with and Still stimulating.

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Love that tackle box...South Bend, Heddon, Creek Chub, Pflueger, Skakespeare.... :clap:
 

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I like to bake (even run my own little bakery out of my house for friends and family) and went to pastry school

Then there is the usual millennial hobbies - reading, video games, building custom PCs.

My unused real estate license expired too, I liked to look at all the property I cant afford in SoCal and likely never will.
 
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ilovesprig

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and none of those are made any longer those were top of the line back in the day

Actually some of those are still made today, but in plastic...The 2 mice and the frog are very cool...I have a number of both mice.

ps...Jeremy...Want to trade for the frog?
 

TrapLine

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Actually some of those are still made today, but in plastic...The 2 mice and the frog are very cool...I have a number of both mice.

ps...Jeremy...Want to trade for the frog?
Good eye, Paw Paw Wotta Frog, still has most of the hair.

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Yea, let’s fish the spawn, if you can catch a fish with it you can keep it.
 

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