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ChuteTheMall
09-04-2012, 20:58
MOVED to Page 641


:grill:

VN350X10
09-04-2012, 21:01
but today IS tuesday !!

ChuteTheMall
09-04-2012, 21:44
but today IS tuesday !!

Not for long.


http://i45.tinypic.com/z8mqf.jpg

countrygun
09-04-2012, 21:45
but today IS tuesday !!



Well...................... you're waiting for an invitation maybe?

Taterhead
09-04-2012, 22:05
It is always Tuesday somewhere!

samurairabbi
09-05-2012, 00:09
Quality testing & quantity measurerment all at one time !

Give him another round for efficiency !
Permit this LSMPS(bbb)DP the temerity to offer administrative guidance on two issues that have dominated the last couple pages of this thread:

1) We are NOT snarfing down all the libation production from the brewing operation. Rather, we are conducting 100% Destructive quality testing.

2) Yesterday, we were conducting the Officially Designated Tuesday Edition of the Standard Issue 10-Ring weekend partying. (Those who recall the seemingly Monty-Python-inspired "Thursday Night Edition of Monday Night Football" will dig where we're coming from on this one.)

With these administrative issues clarified, we may now return to the standard-issue raucous inebriated debauched revelry.

That is all.

VN350X10
09-05-2012, 20:55
Whatever Rabbi said......

LASTRESORT20
09-05-2012, 21:14
I did not have sex with that women!

VN350X10
09-05-2012, 21:24
Can you PROVE that she's a woman ??

countrygun
09-05-2012, 22:24
I did not have sex with that women!


That isn't important. WHEN didn't you have sex with that woman?

samurairabbi
09-05-2012, 22:33
I did not have sex with that women!

The FULL quote was "I did not have sexual RELATIONS with that woman."

ChuteTheMall
09-05-2012, 22:40
The FULL quote was "I did not have sexual RELATIONS with that woman."

Even fuller it's:

"I'm going to say this again: I did not have sexual relations with that woman, Miss Lewinsky."

:whistling:

Taterhead
09-05-2012, 23:00
Even fuller it's:

"I'm going to say this again: I did not have sexual relations with that woman, Miss Lewinsky."

:whistling:

Me neither. Eeeewwww.

ChuteTheMall
09-06-2012, 03:59
:drowning:







http://i45.tinypic.com/16h0eu.jpg


:deadhorse:

eruby
09-06-2012, 05:33
The FULL quote was "I did not have sexual RELATIONS with that woman."Come again?

No, mustard.

VN350X10
09-06-2012, 19:05
Hold the Mayo ??:rofl:

countrygun
09-06-2012, 21:57
I have been working on firming up a concept for a potentially profitable project of proportions previously prevented by perdifous politicians. I have found a slight loophole in the laws governing non-profit industries and believe that it might be of use on a grand scale.

Not to give too much away, but, imagine if you wiil a company that exists for the training and development of life skills and employment for certain individuals that would make this company a "non-profit". (up to this point I must admit that I have run just such an enterprise) Now, imagine if you will, some of the clients of the project have an aptitude for mathematics. If some of these people were being taught the basics of, say, book keeping or even simple office filing it would be perfectly acceptable and legal, for them to have actual accounts to "keep".

Given that political figures, among others, are scrutinized concerning "off shore" accounts it might prove of a profitable nature for them to make tax deductible "donations" or even invest in the parent non-profit, thereby providing the money for the non-profit clients to invest (purely of course for the experience) perhaps in sheltered off-shore accounts. Should these investments actually return a profit, well after expenses of course, these profits could be rolled into extended accounts, not as assets of the non-profit of course, but in escrow for the original donors who would then have the ability to access them with no connection then to any offshore accounts. The donors original donation could be returned in the future in the form of a tragically unrecoverable loan, thus providing negative business experience and allowing a certain flexibility in the corporate book keeping to obfuscate any excess profits.

While of course the purpose of off shore accounts is not ust having the money off shore for it's own sake but to limit tax liability what better way to be able to do that but through blind investment or donation in a non-profit thereby avoiding taxes TWICE?

Some detail still need work but that is the basic idea

samurairabbi
09-08-2012, 22:16
CG, your concept has merit. We will commence planning on it. For security purposes, if we need to discuss it with you on this thread, we will say we are working up a number thirty seven on it; this should be sufficient to muddle the thinking of any government types that stumble into our operation.

ChuteTheMall
09-09-2012, 01:18
... this should be sufficient to muddle the thinking of any government types that stumble into our operation.

No worries, the feds fell asleep before page 400.:faint:

VN350X10
09-09-2012, 13:48
If need be, since this is a "not for profit" operation" we could possibly utilise TARDIS and go back, making the entire operation retro-active for say, 40 years.:whistling:
technical note:
there is a difference between "Not-For-Profit" & "Non-Profit".
It is OUR abillity to turn one into the other, as needed, that gives us our real value.
And just because an entity is "Not-For-Profit", doesn't preclude it from MAKING one !!:tongueout:


uncle

countrygun
09-09-2012, 14:14
If need be, since this is a "not for profit" operation" we could possibly utilise TARDIS and go back, making the entire operation retro-active for say, 40 years.:whistling:
technical note:
there is a difference between "Not-For-Profit" & "Non-Profit".
It is OUR abillity to turn one into the other, as needed, that gives us our real value.
And just because an entity is "Not-For-Profit", doesn't preclude it from MAKING one !!:tongueout:


uncle


The secret with ANY truly successful enterprise is not to APPEAR to make a profit. The joy of a Non-profit (speaking from experience) is that no one expects it to, and as long as the books show that it is "barely breaking even", those who look are generally satisfied to find what they expect.

I fear that utilizing the TARDIS in the manner you suggest would have a negative affect on the course of history and would run afoul of the core principle of not abusing it for profit. I also fear that the time added to the "run" of the project would merely give those unwanted inquisitors more time to discover something they didn't like and we could well find the operation shut down by the time we returned.

samurairabbi
09-09-2012, 19:32
Permit me the temerity to accent the current profit discussion with this syllogism:

Clueless 10-Ringer (pardon my redundancy): We don't want to make any profit.

Savvy Dungeon type (again, pardon my redundancy): How much profit do you wish us NOT to make?

VN350X10
09-09-2012, 20:53
Actually, I re-read the rules put forth by the Time Lord Council upon my taking posession of TARDIS and as long as we don't change history or INTEND to make a profit, we are in the clear. And I can have zero PERSONAL gain, intended or otherwise, so we're good to go.
I have a hard enough time making a profit when I WANT to !


uncle

samurairabbi
09-09-2012, 21:23
Actually, I re-read the rules put forth by the Time Lord Council upon my taking posession of TARDIS and as long as we don't change history or INTEND to make a profit, we are in the clear. And I can have zero PERSONAL gain, intended or otherwise, so we're good to go.
I have a hard enough time making a profit when I WANT to !


uncle

Okay ... But if we create a time travel paradox, can we still embezzle our standard 39% cut of that paradox?

_The_Shadow
09-09-2012, 21:26
Monica said she was Voting republican :dunno:...she mentioned something about the democrats leaving a bad taste in her mouth! :shame:

ChuteTheMall
09-09-2012, 22:56
MOVED to S&W 642



http://i49.tinypic.com/2qunm8p.jpg

VN350X10
09-10-2012, 22:31
'An da ankle bone connected to da shin bone.....

LASTRESORT20
09-10-2012, 22:44
And so it begins......

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=fe6_1347247839&p=1

samurairabbi
09-11-2012, 02:04
'An da ankle bone connected to da shin bone.....

Or, phrasing it another way: as complex as a Dungeon tax dodge!

countrygun
09-11-2012, 12:31
And so it begins......

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=fe6_1347247839&p=1


Lemon juice is magic

VN350X10
09-11-2012, 15:53
Catfish do that all the time after ya skin 'em !
Proves that the fish is FRESH !!


don't you citi folk know nuttin' ??


uncle

countrygun
09-11-2012, 16:17
Catfish do that all the time after ya skin 'em !
Proves that the fish is FRESH !!


don't you citi folk know nuttin' ??


uncle


But it's so entertaining. I am trying to get the owner of a former mill pond here to stock it with catfish. He comes from several generation of yankees so it's doubtful he will.

I offered to do it for him (for the usual percentage of course)

_The_Shadow
09-11-2012, 17:55
Walkin' catfish! Look fresh to me but really they look like skinned eels!

VN350X10
09-11-2012, 22:46
looking at the tails, you may well be right.


note to CG...
If he's ever tasted catfish done proper, Yankee or not, he will at least think about it !
(uncle is a damn Yankee, but I LOVE catfish & hushpuppies!)

LASTRESORT20
09-11-2012, 23:13
`Release the Kraken!`

Release the Kraken - YouTube

countrygun
09-11-2012, 23:16
looking at the tails, you may well be right.


note to CG...
If he's ever tasted catfish done proper, Yankee or not, he will at least think about it !
(uncle is a damn Yankee, but I LOVE catfish & hushpuppies!)

I by unfortunate circumstance of birth am a Yankee, but Dad had the good sense to marry into family with roots in civilization. They went to great pains to make sure the sole scion to family heritage was schooled in the finer things of life.

RC cola and moon pies (or Dr. Pepper)

boiled peanuts

Greens

Catfish

Hushpuppies

Grits

side pork

red beans and rice (hoppin' john)

Somebody in the family snuck uo north and brought back the reipie for scrapple as well

_The_Shadow
09-12-2012, 19:10
I by unfortunate circumstance of birth am a Yankee, but Dad had the good sense to marry into family with roots in civilization. They went to great pains to make sure the sole scion to family heritage was schooled in the finer things of life.

RC cola and moon pies (or Dr. Pepper)

boiled peanuts

Greens

Catfish

Hushpuppies

Grits

side pork

red beans and rice (hoppin' john)

Somebody in the family snuck uo north and brought back the reipie for scrapple as well

I might say, I've had the entire list at one time or other. Some as recent as today and yesterday! :wow:

ChuteTheMall
09-12-2012, 20:11
What about chitlins?

:headscratch:


Or chitterlings for the culinary purists?

LASTRESORT20
09-12-2012, 20:17
What about chitlins?

:headscratch:


Or chitterlings for the culinary purists?

Sistah Willie Ruth Johnson, The Church Lady on Chitterlings - YouTube

ChuteTheMall
09-12-2012, 20:39
Thank you for answering my question.:wavey:

Taterhead
09-12-2012, 21:14
You can choke down just about anything with a bit of ranch dressing and a beer chaser.

ChuteTheMall
09-12-2012, 21:18
even a chicken?

Taterhead
09-12-2012, 21:34
even a chicken?

Umm. Yes.


That too.


Cluck. Cluck.

Bullman
09-12-2012, 22:34
while I like a good RC cola as much as the next man, I live in the home town of Dr. Charles Pepper himself. So, it remains my drink of choice.

_The_Shadow
09-13-2012, 09:01
I drank my last Dr. Pepper the other day...hoping for a sale! The Storm messed up our Labor Day sales...

countrygun
09-13-2012, 12:22
I drank my last Dr. Pepper the other day...hoping for a sale! The Storm messed up our Labor Day sales...

Now we are talking a crisis. Why hasn't the Federal Government become involved? FEMA should have a Dr. Pepper supply chain immediately. There are priorities, a culture is at stake!

ChuteTheMall
09-13-2012, 16:06
Dr Pepper is for potheads, real men drink Mountain Dew.

:banana:

_The_Shadow
09-13-2012, 19:33
Dr Pepper is for potheads, real men drink Mountain Dew.

:banana:

Only Pot here is for cooking cajun food! :wow:
http://www.reneeseclecticcreations.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/DSC_0466.jpg

VN350X10
09-13-2012, 21:09
Aren't both mount and do & Dr. Peeper owned by PepsiCo, the anti-American, anti-gun & Handgun Control supporting Pinkos ??

Just calling them as I see them.....

and my favorite happens to be from Hot-Lanta GA.

uncle is a Coke drinker
(let's kick this around for a bit!)

countrygun
09-13-2012, 21:14
You do know that Pfizer Phamecueticals mixed Dr. Pepper and Viagra and got a new drink?

VN350X10
09-13-2012, 21:16
I'm almost afraid to ask......

countrygun
09-13-2012, 21:18
Doctored Pecker

VN350X10
09-13-2012, 21:22
You used to write for Carnack, didn't you......

countrygun
09-13-2012, 21:26
May the fleas of a thousand camels build condo's in your "Fruit of the Looms"

VN350X10
09-13-2012, 21:28
You will find your portion of the 39% embezzelment, located in a mayonaise jar, on Funk & Wagnell's porch, by noon tomorrow...

_The_Shadow
09-13-2012, 21:31
Down here Coca Cola bottles Dr. Pepper.........

I tried Viagra once the damn pill got stuck in the throat...Had a stiff neck for a week!

VN350X10
09-13-2012, 21:39
Got a local store that carries Coca-Cola from the bottling plant in Monterey, Mexico.
It's REAL Coke, all sugar, they don't use that corn-sweetener crap!
Guess that having a Hispanic Mgr. at the 7-11 isn't all bad, he makes sure the stuff is always in stock.

VN350X10
09-13-2012, 21:41
for a sick joke, put a Viagra in liver sausage & feed it to a Daushund.....

countrygun
09-13-2012, 21:42
You will find your portion of the 39% embezzelment, located in a mayonaise jar, on Funk & Wagnell's porch, by noon tomorrow...


Bunny,Swiffer,Volt.

samurairabbi
09-13-2012, 21:46
... And then there was Jolt Cola: All the sugar, and twice the caffeine!

_The_Shadow
09-14-2012, 12:47
Got a local store that carries Coca-Cola from the bottling plant in Monterey, Mexico.
It's REAL Coke, all sugar, they don't use that corn-sweetener crap!
Guess that having a Hispanic Mgr. at the 7-11 isn't all bad, he makes sure the stuff is always in stock.

I'd be willing to bet that the real sugar cane sugar is better for you than that "hi fructose corn syrup" :shocked:

http://www.longevitystrategist.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/high-fructose-corn-syrup-health-risks.jpg

VN350X10
09-14-2012, 17:07
Need to look at the time frame, of the increase in obesity vs. when food mfgr's. started using corn sweetener.

And check when Archer,Daniels,Midland started contribuiting HEAVILY to political causes.....and food lobbying !

ADM is the LARGEST producer of corn sweetener in the WORLD.

MinervaDoe
09-14-2012, 23:27
I'd be willing to bet that the real sugar cane sugar is better for you than that "hi fructose corn syrup" :shocked:
My local Safeway actually sells (don't laugh) "Organic Evaporated Cane Juice Sugar."
I can tell you that the stuff actually tastes a lot better than regular sugar.

When I drive through CA's central valley, I can see the train cars filled with beets waiting outside of one of the sugar processing plants. Ever wonder why C&H Sugar doesn't have the adds where they sing "...pure cane sugar from Hawaii..." anymore?

VN350X10
09-16-2012, 20:30
There's another reason.....

Sugar cane hasn't been a sustainable cash crop in Hawaii for over 20 years. It's far too labor intensive, given the minimum wage laws in America. The only "sugar plantations" left are the ones that they show to the tourist groups, as an example of how sugar USED to be grown in Hawaii !
Pineapples can be grown with far less labor, since automated planting & harvesting came into usage.
I learned this several years ago, when Auntie & I were in Hawaii for our 25th wedding anniv. trip/2nd honeymoon.


uncle

TattooedGlock
09-17-2012, 06:42
tooot

MinervaDoe
09-17-2012, 13:50
There's another reason.....

Sugar cane hasn't been a sustainable cash crop in Hawaii for over 20 years. It's far too labor intensive, given the minimum wage laws in America. The only "sugar plantations" left are the ones that they show to the tourist groups, as an example of how sugar USED to be grown in Hawaii !
Pineapples can be grown with far less labor, since automated planting & harvesting came into usage.
I learned this several years ago, when Auntie & I were in Hawaii for our 25th wedding anniv. trip/2nd honeymoon.


uncle
1) Congratulations on being married so long. Only 14 years for me.
2) That explains why my tasty cane sugar is so expensive. But, then again, cane sugar is still cheap enough that it is one of the few things that I can splurge on. :wow:
3) Tourism is one of those few times when it is advisable to wear those rose colored glasses. :cool:
4) It's too expensive to grow sugar cane for consumption in the U.S. (due to minimum wage laws) .... and they can turn sugar cane into ethanol in Brazil.
5) Conclusion: :faint:The world is a weird place.

countrygun
09-17-2012, 13:59
1) Congratulations on being married so long. Only 14 years for me.
2) That explains why my tasty cane sugar is so expensive. But, then again, cane sugar is still cheap enough that it is one of the few things that I can splurge on. :wow:
3) Tourism is one of those few times when it is advisable to wear those rose colored glasses. :cool:
4) It's too expensive to grow sugar cane for consumption in the U.S. (due to minimum wage laws) .... and they can turn sugar cane into ethanol in Brazil.
5) Conclusion: :faint:The world is a weird place.



And as long as it is there will be room for our operations to make a healthy "margin"

_The_Shadow
09-17-2012, 15:25
My family has a history with working Sugar cane plantations along the Mississippi River over many years...my grandfather sold out around 1968.

It probably had more to do with government paying farmers not to plant...to control prices.

Sugarcane makes great rum...
The bagasse by products were also used bio fuel, a host of building materials and other products like paper, cattle feed...

Just another intervention by Government Gone Wild!

VN350X10
09-17-2012, 19:40
Sugarcane makes the only TRUE rum !
Corn should never be made into sugar, it works best as White Lightning
Lacking that, corn's best product is Bourbon.....beats hell outta corn flakes !


uncle

Taterhead
09-18-2012, 20:36
Corn is good for tacos too! One of Taterhead's favorite food groups.

Taters make some pretty good Russian hooch.

samurairabbi
09-19-2012, 20:23
Taters make some pretty good Russian hooch.
Perhaps we should convene a Special Plenipotentiary Tribunal to consider whether grain or potatoes makes the best Russian vodka.

VN350X10
09-19-2012, 20:27
The Russians make alcohol out of anything vegetable that will rot & can be distilled.
Some of it is better used for racing alky than drinking alky....

_The_Shadow
09-19-2012, 21:52
Posted on Facebook tonight!
Doctor Who and the Tardis by Craig Hurle


http://sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-prn1/60723_477722842260624_1044237409_n.jpg

VN350X10
09-19-2012, 21:57
That's a great scarf........but you have to be 6'4" to wear it correctly.
A friend made one for me, the correct length,and I can wrap it around myself to the point that I look like a multi-colored Michelien Man.

ChuteTheMall
09-19-2012, 22:04
Yarrr.

ChuteTheMall
09-19-2012, 22:05
MOVED to Page 644
:cool::rofl:

Taterhead
09-19-2012, 23:49
Perhaps we should convene a Special Plenipotentiary Tribunal to consider whether grain or potatoes makes the best Russian vodka.

I would like to apply for the position in the name of furthering the cause of humanity through science.

To whom do I submit my curriculum vitae?

samurairabbi
09-20-2012, 02:52
I would like to apply for the position in the name of furthering the cause of humanity through science.

To whom do I submit my curriculum vitae?
Your name sorta biases your application to head this particular tribunal. I suggest you become a member of the research adjudication team, instead. More drinking, less thinking.

_The_Shadow
09-20-2012, 09:21
Posted on Facebook tonight!
Doctor Who and the Tardis by Craig Hurle


http://sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-prn1/60723_477722842260624_1044237409_n.jpg

There is something about the hats & scarffs...
http://media.comicvine.com/uploads/0/5812/326521-56383-the-shadow.jpg

Ha,ha,ha,ha,ha,ha...Ha,ha,ha,ha...The Shadow knows! :cool:

Bullman
09-20-2012, 09:53
Corn is good for tacos too! One of Taterhead's favorite food groups.

Taters make some pretty good Russian hooch.

Perhaps we should convene a Special Plenipotentiary Tribunal to consider whether grain or potatoes makes the best Russian vodka.

I know that tater hooch made Steve McQueen and James Garner say "WoW" a couple of times:wow:

countrygun
09-20-2012, 18:55
I will have the assembly know, that during the period of temporary insanity that gripped this nation, and the economically fallow period that followed, my Grandfather was an independent purveyor of distilled spiritous libations.

I am quite proud that he never stooped to making what was known a "corn" per say. He actually distilled a passable, if unaged "bourbon" or a rye product. Somewhere I have his recipie book and small diary of the era with details for replicating his efforts.

According to local legend, he was able to trade some quantities of his high quality product for larger quantities of lesser goods which he kept available for those in his area with less discrimminating palates, at a suitable profit of course.

VN350X10
09-20-2012, 19:54
All Bourbon is, is Corn likker with a good P.R. man & a tan !

samurairabbi
09-21-2012, 00:57
All Bourbon is, is Corn likker with a good P.R. man & a tan !

True ... But proper presentation is always useful in building profitable market share. That, after all, is the distinction between a boorish ripoff and a proper embezzlement.

countrygun
09-21-2012, 16:50
True ... But proper presentation is always useful in building profitable market share. That, after all, is the distinction between a boorish ripoff and a proper embezzlement.


Authenticity is important. if you can simulate that ,then you will have a respectable product.

samurairabbi
09-21-2012, 20:38
Authenticity is important. if you can simulate that ,then you will have a respectable product.

Always strive for authenticity, even if you have to fake it!

countrygun
09-21-2012, 20:59
Always strive for authenticity, even if you have to fake it!


"Authenticity" and "Sincerity" are similar in that way.

VN350X10
09-21-2012, 21:43
Like the man says..."Sell the SIZZLE, not the STEAK".

samurairabbi
09-22-2012, 07:55
Like the man says..."Sell the SIZZLE, not the STEAK".

... But if you can provide BOTH sizzle AND steak, you're gonna coin some money!

VN350X10
09-22-2012, 09:01
If you sell the sizzle, the steak is pure profit !

Taterhead
09-22-2012, 17:11
Great point Uncle!

There seems to suddenly be surplus production capacity for Pink Slime beef, and prices are at record lows. We could enlist the services of Engineer to formulate a process to re-process, then post-process this processed product even further so that it appears passable for a sizzling steak. I have a call into Clark W. Griswald about his non-nutrative cereal varnish. Might be of some use for our venture.

Re-engineering Pink Slime beef into a technically named, "Finely textured processed and reformed beef product." The bourgeois (pardon my French!) 9 & 40 crowd would not know the difference - especially if served with A1 Steak Sauce (you can always tell a good steak if it is served with A1 :whistling: ).

Costs like pink slime beef. Priced like steak. Imagine the monster gross profit margins. Plenty of room for SR's typical administrative deductions.

Of course the gubmit would not permit us to name this Sizzlin product "steak." I propose that we just spell it "Stake." Most people will not notice the difference.

Visualize this:

"Sizzlin' McStake Sandwich" at your neighborhood Mickey D's.

I'm lovin' it!

countrygun
09-22-2012, 17:33
Great point Uncle!

There seems to suddenly be surplus production capacity for Pink Slime beef, and prices are at record lows. We could enlist the services of Engineer to formulate a process to re-process, then post-process this processed product even further so that it appears passable for a sizzling steak. I have a call into Clark W. Griswald about his non-nutrative cereal varnish. Might be of some use for our venture.

Re-engineering Pink Slime beef into a technically named, "Finely textured processed and reformed beef product." The bourgeois (pardon my French!) 9 & 40 crowd would not know the difference - especially if served with A1 Steak Sauce (you can always tell a good steak if it is served with A1 :whistling: ).

Costs like pink slime beef. Priced like steak. Imagine the monster gross profit margins. Plenty of room for SR's typical administrative deductions.

Of course the gubmit would not permit us to name this Sizzlin product "steak." I propose that we just spell it "Stake." Most people will not notice the difference.

Visualize this:

"Sizzlin' McStake Sandwich" at your neighborhood Mickey D's.

I'm lovin' it!


Better yet, stay away from any comparison to a beef product at all. aim for the "healthy" meat eaters among the 9 & 40 crowd by calling it "Tenderized Free Range Biffalo".

Taterhead
09-22-2012, 17:35
Better yet, stay away from any comparison to a beef product at all. aim for the "healthy" meat eaters among the 9 & 40 crowd by calling it "Tenderized Free Range Biffalo".

I have no beef with that.

VN350X10
09-22-2012, 20:58
They've already made processed soybean meal look & simulate bacon, so there should be zero technical difficulties with this.
Now all we really need is a "marketable" name for the stuff
Suggest "RealSizzle" as a possible, not promising anything & it WILL fry & sizzle like an actual meat product.
SPAM = meat product, now identified:
s.quirrels
p.ossum
a.nd
m.ice.....

hope this clears up a long standing question.


uncle

Taterhead
09-22-2012, 22:36
They've already made processed soybean meal look & simulate bacon, so there should be zero technical difficulties with this.
Now all we really need is a "marketable" name for the stuff
Suggest "RealSizzle" as a possible, not promising anything & it WILL fry & sizzle like an actual meat product.
SPAM = meat product, now identified:
s.quirrels
p.ossum
a.nd
m.ice.....

hope this clears up a long standing question.


uncle

So the "A" in SPAM s not for "armadillo." Alrighty!


Mrs. Taterhead was wrong about that one. I'll go give her an "I told you so" and collect a, um, certain favor that she now owes me from the bet we made. :devildance:



I appreciate it Uncle.

VN350X10
09-23-2012, 20:19
All an armidillo is, is Mother Nature's way of dressing a possum in Kevlar. So I guess the "A" is appropriate, in one way or another.

Go collect on your bet before she gets wise to this !


uncle

MinervaDoe
09-23-2012, 22:12
They've already made processed soybean meal look & simulate bacon, so there should be zero technical difficulties with this.
Now all we really need is a "marketable" name for the stuff
Suggest "RealSizzle" as a possible, not promising anything & it WILL fry & sizzle like an actual meat product.
SPAM = meat product, now identified:
s.quirrels
p.ossum
a.nd
m.ice.....

hope this clears up a long standing question.


uncle
Now that we've got SPAM identified, can someone explain vegimite?
I can venture an answer...

vegetable
extrusions
grossly
inedible
mostly
ignominious
termite
excrement

:tease:

countrygun
09-23-2012, 22:17
All an armidillo is, is Mother Nature's way of dressing a possum in Kevlar. So I guess the "A" is appropriate, in one way or another.

Go collect on your bet before she gets wise to this !


uncle


"Possum on the half-shell"?

ChuteTheMall
09-24-2012, 09:56
Like the man says..."Sell the SIZZLE, not the STEAK".

Tinnitus means you never lose the sizzle.:notlistening:

ChuteTheMall
09-24-2012, 10:01
"Do you speak-a my language?"
He just smiled and gave me a vegemite sandwich
:puking:

ChuteTheMall
09-24-2012, 10:02
Monty Python - Spam - YouTube


:eat:

ChuteTheMall
09-24-2012, 10:02
MOVED to Page 645

:rofl:

VN350X10
09-24-2012, 17:35
To really understand Vegamite, I think that standing on one's head, while making love to a kangaroo is required.....

samurairabbi
09-24-2012, 20:11
To really understand Vegamite, I think that standing on one's head, while making love to a kangaroo is required.....
Might convening a Plenipotentiary Tribunal (of a level to be determined) be useful in this situation?

The punch line of an old joke just jumped into my head: Where's that Eskimo woman I have to wrestle?

VN350X10
09-24-2012, 20:14
Not sure, I WON'T be avaliable......


perhaps, call Mongo, this might be in his realm ?

samurairabbi
09-24-2012, 21:08
Not sure, I WON'T be avaliable......


perhaps, call Mongo, this might be in his realm ?

Unkle, are you SURE you want to pass this one up? Partying associated with past tribunals has been epic!

VN350X10
09-25-2012, 17:02
there was this incident with a "creature" shall we say, on a long trip in TARDIS, I'm not even sure what SYSTEM the planet belonged to, let alone a specific planet....
I'd gone back far enough to be of college age once again....her, er ....it's,.... "father" made a pointed accusition & aimed some kind of weapon at me.
My response was a 200 gr Norma solid, several of them actually, from the G29, and in the ensuing confusion, I made it back aboard TARDIS & exited, post haste.
"his" weapon also discharged before the door shut & it took out the primary GPS memory of TARDIS. And the blast knocked me on my tail in the process
When I regained a semi-concious state, we were near the Rigel system, in a low-powered orbit. It helped that I recognised where I was; From there, getting back home was easy, as the trip computer that Her Majesty Geesie uses for shopping trips wasn't affected.
So no Rabbi, I believe I'll pass the oppertunity to doo a roo ! Just in case....
(the "she" involved in the above caper was covered with fur & had multiple orfices...not sure what each one did, but I must have picked a wrong one)


uncle

_The_Shadow
09-25-2012, 18:32
covered with fur & had multiple orfices...not sure what each one did, but I
must have picked a wrong one Damn Uncle...

That was POKE & HOPE!

VN350X10
09-25-2012, 21:35
Wern't they a vaudville act ??

VN350X10
09-30-2012, 14:14
Didn't anybody get the notice for this weekends Lagoon Cookout ?

The Weber is going & the lobster tails are almost ready....drawn butter w/lime await.


uncle

_The_Shadow
09-30-2012, 21:44
How did I miss that notice? :crying: Any leftovers? :dunno:

VN350X10
09-30-2012, 21:48
BURP !!!!!!!


Mongo made his appearance.....leftovers are a novel concept.

ChuteTheMall
10-01-2012, 04:19
Check out this Afghan babe driving down the road.........






























http://i49.tinypic.com/2b5gxt.jpg

MinervaDoe
10-01-2012, 15:14
To really understand Vegamite, I think that standing on one's head, while making love to a kangaroo is required.....
OMG!! So many people are upside down, and I'd never thought of it.

However, Kangaroo love is out of the question. Cross species love ..... OKAY, but a marsupiel? Why outsource for something from another hemisphere, when we have perfectly good possums right here in the U.S.? That's what's wrong with this country.:faint:

ChuteTheMall
10-01-2012, 15:31
OMG!! So many people are upside down, and I'd never thought of it.

However, Kangaroo love is out of the question. Cross species love ..... OKAY, but a marsupiel? Why outsource for something from another hemisphere, when we have perfectly good possums right here in the U.S.? That's what's wrong with this country.:faint:

Possums ain't got a pocketful of condoms.

samurairabbi
10-01-2012, 17:17
OMG!! So many people are upside down, and I'd never thought of it.

However, Kangaroo love is out of the question. Cross species love ..... OKAY, but a marsupiel? Why outsource for something from another hemisphere, when we have perfectly good possums right here in the U.S.? That's what's wrong with this country.:faint:

Domestic mutton production would create still another consideration.

VN350X10
10-01-2012, 18:48
Because we EAT possums, that's why !

Or if you do it real fancy-like, you eat armadillo's.....you know, possum on the half shell !


uncle

ChuteTheMall
10-10-2012, 10:04
RIP Mongo
77


http://i47.tinypic.com/ata4k.jpg

Bullman
10-10-2012, 11:54
I never did catch the joke of the yes and no on the bull's butt though.


He sure did like candy though. RIP buddy, greener pastures.

Bullman
10-10-2012, 11:55
I would also like to pay homage to the page number. The first pistol I bought after I turned 21 was a Smith and Wesson 645. somewhere out there a 645 exists with a yellow ramp insert instead of the factory red ramp. I should have never let you go.

ChuteTheMall
10-10-2012, 14:07
I never did catch the joke of the yes and no on the bull's butt though.


Pass on the left, not on the right.:okie:

_The_Shadow
10-10-2012, 14:55
I feel your pain Bull! :wow:

RIP Mongo must go to the big pasture in the heavens! :deadhorse:

I hope he didn't take TARDIS with him! G33 You have my condolences as you have loss your travling companion, if it means anything I'd ride shotgun:2gun: with ya!!! :whistling:

VN350X10
10-10-2012, 18:49
Goodby dear friend......

Mighty big Pawn !


uncle

MinervaDoe
10-10-2012, 21:47
RIP Mongo
77


http://i47.tinypic.com/ata4k.jpg
Sad!! :sadangel: He was someone who could be admired for a number of things.

engineer151515
10-11-2012, 05:28
Sad!! :sadangel: He was someone who could be admired for a number of things.

Very yes.

ChuteTheMall
10-11-2012, 11:31
jes
:supergrin::supergrin:

ChuteTheMall
10-11-2012, 11:31
MOVED to Page 646



:rofl:

MinervaDoe
10-11-2012, 21:21
This one touched me too.

https://www.facebook.com/#!/photo.php?fbid=10151270855142125&set=a.325213127124.182726.274285692124&type=1&theater

samurairabbi
10-11-2012, 23:19
We will cherish what he brought to our organization. Nobody could match his special flair in packing people behind a piano. I propose we dedicate our embezzlement, scholarly research, and raucous inebriated debauched revelry for the rest of the year to his honor.

Alex Karras and Roger Brown could stall an NFL running game better than just about anyone else. Jim Brown praised them highly.

ChuteTheMall
10-12-2012, 11:51
http://d2tq98mqfjyz2l.cloudfront.net/image_cache/1349665197395596_animate.gif

VN350X10
10-12-2012, 17:00
As I remember, Karras & the Lions ruined a perfect season for the Packers.

As a Bears fan, I respected that !


uncle

JuneyBooney
10-13-2012, 13:32
?

http://glocktalk.com/docs/gtubb/wink.gif

Nothing come sup here.

samurairabbi
10-13-2012, 14:10
Nothing come sup here.

That was 11 years ago. Lot of rifts in the space/time continuum since then.

VN350X10
10-13-2012, 17:23
every post must be studied to decipher the true meaning of 8:40 PM.....


uncle

samurairabbi
10-13-2012, 18:55
every post must be studied to decipher the true meaning of 8:40 PM.....


uncle

Or ... The totality of the experience is comprehensible only if EVERY aspect of that experience is understood. Disregarding ANY detail causes miscomprenhension of the entire experience.

(yo, Unkle! Did I stack it high enough?)

LASTRESORT20
10-13-2012, 19:04
On Getting Laid.....Ah! The Kama Sutra....

~ "every post must be studied to decipher the true meaning" ~

ostrich lays an egg - YouTube

countrygun
10-13-2012, 19:06
I would call it, " a place of concrete yet exestential perspective with unlimited potential within a a defined but ethereal envelope described only by the parameters allowed by the psyche of those who deem participation to be preferable to embracing the mundane confines of the pedestrian society that limits its satisfaction level to such banal pursuits as might be fit into a .40 S&W casing."

samurairabbi
10-13-2012, 20:41
I would call it, " a place of concrete yet exestential perspective with unlimited potential within a a defined but ethereal envelope described only by the parameters allowed by the psyche of those who deem participation to be preferable to embracing the mundane confines of the pedestrian society that limits its satisfaction level to such banal pursuits as might be fit into a .40 S&W casing."
If payment is by the word, then this is quality work.

countrygun
10-13-2012, 22:18
If payment is by the word, then this is quality work.

Thank you, I ued to write grant applications, and govt reports.

samurairabbi
10-13-2012, 23:10
Thank you, I ued to write grant applications, and govt reports.

I was certain I was seeing the work of a seasoned professional in that post. It is pleasant to know I can still quickly spot an expert at work.

MinervaDoe
10-13-2012, 23:58
I would call it, " a place of concrete yet exestential perspective with unlimited potential within a a defined but ethereal envelope described only by the parameters allowed by the psyche of those who deem participation to be preferable to embracing the mundane confines of the pedestrian society that limits its satisfaction level to such banal pursuits as might be fit into a .40 S&W casing."
Yeah, me too. I think, therefore, I am; right?

samurairabbi
10-14-2012, 07:45
Yeah, me too. I think, therefore, I am; right?

In the 10-Ring, the philosophy is: I drink, therefore I am

countrygun
10-14-2012, 11:58
Yeah, me too. I think, therefore, I am; right?

More like Popeye the sailor when he retired and bought a sweet-potato farm. When he died, his tombstone read,


"I yam what I yam, and that's all that I yam."

VN350X10
10-14-2012, 16:51
Piled sufficiently high & noted gentlemen.....


uncle

MinervaDoe
10-14-2012, 18:39
In the 10-Ring, the philosophy is: I drink, therefore I am
Touche'
:rofl:


More like Popeye the sailor when he retired and bought a sweet-potato farm. When he died, his tombstone read,


"I yam what I yam, and that's all that I yam."
Do not get me started with puns. .... BUT, this one got me to thinking about 1) what kind of tongue twisters would arise from having Sweet Pea on Popeye's sweet potato farm, 2) whether Whimpy would still pay Popeye on Tuesday for any hamburger money he borrowed, and 3) whether Olive Oil would suffer irrefutable damage from accidentally being expeller pressed.

Also, you'd think Popeye would grow spinach. ... just saying .....

countrygun
10-14-2012, 19:16
Touche'
:rofl:



Do not get me started with puns. .... BUT, this one got me to thinking about 1) what kind of tongue twisters would arise from having Sweet Pea on Popeye's sweet potato farm, 2) whether Whimpy would still pay Popeye on Tuesday for any hamburger money he borrowed, and 3) whether Olive Oil would suffer irrefutable damage from accidentally being expeller pressed.

Also, you'd think Popeye would grow spinach. ... just saying .....


All of this talk of produce reminds me of a young lady I knew in Potland Or. She was working an a restaurant owned by one Horst Maeger a transplanted Bavarian with impossible standards and a habit of flying into his native German when he found English insifficient to express displeasure.

The young lady was working in the prep line when she discovered someone had place many of the fresh spices, that maeger insisted on, in a rather improper place and they had wilted. Knowing he would soon be making an inspection tour before openening. Thinking quickly, she ran to her purse and pulled out her sewing kit and finding an appropriate color managed to truss up the soggy spices so they looked entirely fresh. They indeed passed his observation and all was fine for the night.

It proved the adage,

"A stitch in thyme saves "Nein""

samurairabbi
10-14-2012, 19:46
It proved the adage,

"A stitch in thyme saves "Nein""

Hmmmm ... Getting UNDER this one will take effort. Here is my attempt.

Philosophy of life according to three noted philosophers:
To do is to be ... Sartre
To be is to do ... Aristotle
Do be do be do ... Sinatra

_The_Shadow
10-14-2012, 20:29
Do...Scooby Do be Doooo!

VN350X10
10-14-2012, 20:37
this is making me brain hurt........AGAIN !

samurairabbi
10-14-2012, 23:19
this is making me brain hurt........AGAIN !

The 10-Ring Medical Center is all set up for your brain transplant, Unkle. In three days, your pain problems can be a distant memory. The ever vigilant Dungeon admin crew will handle all the insurance detail.

ChuteTheMall
10-15-2012, 07:05
The 10-Ring Medical Center is all set up for your brain transplant, Unkle. In three days, your pain problems can be a distant memory. The ever vigilant Dungeon admin crew will handle all the insurance detail.

For an optional fee, even the distant memory of your pain problems can be removed during the operation. Enter coupon code "WTF" on Obamacare form 827r, page 18c, paragraph XIIe and initial box G45 on page 29k under paragraph MVb.

ChuteTheMall
10-15-2012, 07:06
MOVED to Page 647

:banana:

_The_Shadow
10-15-2012, 16:47
Deadgumit! The page keeps movin' with a new number!:outtahere:

samurairabbi
10-15-2012, 17:08
Deadgumit! The page keeps movin' with a new number!:outtahere:

Continual movement is useful. It makes the sniper's job harder.

VN350X10
10-15-2012, 18:55
I'm going to run out of Crayon before I get this flippin' form filled out !


uncle

samurairabbi
10-16-2012, 19:56
I'm going to run out of Crayon before I get this flippin' form filled out !

uncle
The Dungeon admin yahooes will keep you in crayons. We will cover the expense out of the Dungeon cut of the take.

Other than that, how's life?

VN350X10
10-16-2012, 20:08
TARDIS is still parked,haven't had the urge to go to anywhere. North end of the Lagoon is getting low, might be an excuse for a trash-party...trashy party ??


uncle

samurairabbi
10-16-2012, 20:13
... or how about a trashy trash party? With a little admin planning, we could make this an approved activity that the common-rabble-9-and-40 crowd would pay us bigtime to enjoy!

VN350X10
10-16-2012, 20:53
This is why you make the big bucks Rabbi !

I assume that this would work on the "Tom Sawyer" theory, where they pay US to do a job we DON'T want to do, correct ?

ChuteTheMall
10-16-2012, 21:03
This is why you make the big bucks Rabbi !

I assume that this would work on the "Tom Sawyer" theory, where they pay US to do a job we DON'T want to do, correct ?

Close enough for gubmint work.
Except they pay us not to do a job that nobody wants done.

countrygun
10-16-2012, 21:33
TARDIS is still parked,haven't had the urge to go to anywhere. North end of the Lagoon is getting low, might be an excuse for a trash-party...trashy party ??


uncle

I hope you are implying that we will each have assistants of the female-low moral persuasion.

samurairabbi
10-16-2012, 21:39
This is why you make the big bucks Rabbi !

I assume that this would work on the "Tom Sawyer" theory, where they pay US to do a job we DON'T want to do, correct ?

You are close. We convince them to pay us big bucks to do what we would do on our own anyway with our own money to boot! With a bit of sleight of hand, our return on investment percentage becomes infinite!

_The_Shadow
10-17-2012, 09:12
I hope you are implying that we will each have assistants of the female-low moral persuasion.

I like the fact that you mentioned assistans (meaning more than one) :whistling: I insist we negotiate multiple assistants of the female-low moral persuasion. Can I get a second? :dunno:

ChuteTheMall
10-17-2012, 10:21
Can I get a second? :dunno:

Not until you finish the first one.:ladiesman:

_The_Shadow
10-17-2012, 12:23
Not until you finish the first one.:ladiesman:

Well I thought we might need to Vote on this particular admin planning and logistics...Can I get a third or will that be just greedy! :tongueout:

samurairabbi
10-17-2012, 12:45
Well I thought we might need to Vote on this particular admin planning and logistics...Can I get a third or will that be just greedy! :tongueout:

I counsel review of the "tent scene" in the movie Little Big Man. Are you "up" to as many as four? Remember, there is a distinction between ambitious and greedy.

countrygun
10-17-2012, 20:10
Once again, in my self-sacrificing manner I foind myself ready to put my considerable skills and experience to use for the good of the whole.

Summoning up my years of making such important decisions, often in the wee hours of the morning around "last call" in the give environment, I feel well qualified to to, shal we say, "evaluate" the moral character (and hopefully lack thereof) of the assistants we might want to consider for such a serious enterprise. I can assure all involved that have a fine ability to determine the suitability of an applicant in an efficient and effective manner. Often in my life this was a primary concern to me and more than once, given the time constraints mentioned above, I was only allowed the time to make one decision (or two on a good night) and it had to be the correct one. My success rate was, some would say and many did, considered "outstanding".

I offer my skills for the good.

ChuteTheMall
10-17-2012, 20:46
Eeeny, meeny, mynie, mo...........

VN350X10
10-17-2012, 20:57
Personally, I shall require an assistant that has great intelligence, poor taste, poorer judgement & even poorer still eyesight.

Oh yes, a substantial set of tatas don't hurt !

samurairabbi
10-17-2012, 21:02
Once again, in my self-sacrificing manner I foind myself ready to put my considerable skills and experience to use for the good of the whole.

I offer my skills for the good.
Get in line.

engineer151515
10-17-2012, 21:08
I counsel review of the "tent scene" in the movie Little Big Man. Are you "up" to as many as four? Remember, there is a distinction between ambitious and greedy.

"Well, sometimes the magic works. Sometimes it doesn't. "

countrygun
10-17-2012, 21:13
Eeeny, meeny, mynie, mo...........

dere ain't gonna be no 'Mo". Homey don't play dat.

VN350X10
10-17-2012, 21:15
Homey don' play nice wit nobody !

samurairabbi
10-17-2012, 21:20
dere ain't gonna be no 'Mo". Homey don't play dat.
Permit me the temerity to offer a paraphrase of a standard-issue urban saying:

Ho's before Mo's.

MinervaDoe
10-17-2012, 22:11
So, I take it that you guys don't already have a host of hot female assistants at your beckon call. Bummer. Sorry to hear that. I can occassionally loan out the Orion girls, but honestly, they're pretty attached to me, and tend to want to spend most of their time with me in the Heart of Gold.
How about a pet? I have a cat with a hyperthyroid condition that I'd be happy to 'loan' out on a 'semi-'permanent basis. Any takers?

countrygun
10-17-2012, 22:31
So, I take it that you guys don't already have a host of hot female assistants at your beckon call. Bummer. Sorry to hear that. I can occassionally loan out the Orion girls, but honestly, they're pretty attached to me, and tend to want to spend most of their time with me in the Heart of Gold.
How about a pet? I have a cat with a hyperthyroid condition that I'd be happy to 'loan' out on a 'semi-'permanent basis. Any takers?

You mistake an opportunity to try a new diet for a case of starvation. Not so, but there are some certain advantages to "compartmentalizing" certain aspects of ones life and not exposing them to the awarness of other aspects. If this opens avenues for sampling a wider diet, so much to the good.

_The_Shadow
10-18-2012, 11:27
Permit me the temerity to offer a paraphrase of a standard-issue urban saying:

Ho's before Mo's.

In my earlier post I metioned about getting a third...
Ho! Ho! Ho!...........It must be Christmas!
http://www.dees-fancydress.co.uk/catalog/images/xmasc.gif

:perfect10:

samurairabbi
10-18-2012, 16:40
This one was going around at the height of Tiger Woods "troubles:

What is the difference between Tiger Woods and Santa Claus?
Santa uses only three ho's.

VN350X10
10-18-2012, 19:24
New Math:

Kat + Clay-Bird Launcher +12Ga. = KITTY LITTER

_The_Shadow
10-19-2012, 10:10
New Math:

Kat + Clay-Bird Launcher +12Ga. = KITTY LITTER

I can see where that does add up! :wow:

Here is a little simple math for you to ponder...

2+2 = FISH
3+3 = 8
7+7 = Triangle

:headscratch:

VN350X10
10-20-2012, 21:21
Might work.........

But not many fish in the Lagoon.......damn little water for that matter.:crying:

Sort of just a big wet spot right now !:shocked:

ChuteTheMall
10-20-2012, 21:42
Might work.........

But not many fish in the Lagoon.......damn little water for that matter.:crying:

Sort of just a big wet spot right now !:shocked:

It's not how deep you fish;
it's how you wiggle your worm!
:fishing:

VN350X10
10-20-2012, 22:26
If there ain't enough "wet" to drown the worm, it's not:crying: worth the effort !



uncle

ChuteTheMall
10-20-2012, 22:38
Better living through chemistry.

:whistling:

_The_Shadow
10-21-2012, 19:21
I'm familiar with Haz-Mat chemistry, and love the smell of...
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/41/Trinitrotoluene.png
http://z.about.com/d/chemistry/1/0/V/0/1/nitrocellulose.jpg
:wow:

ChuteTheMall
10-21-2012, 19:33
http://i45.tinypic.com/wvogb4.gif:faint:

engineer151515
10-21-2012, 20:26
:supergrin::supergrin:

Youse guys... such kidders.

VN350X10
10-21-2012, 22:39
Dey talkin' Greek again !

_The_Shadow
10-22-2012, 13:10
http://i45.tinypic.com/wvogb4.gif:faint:

Saturated hydro carbon of Methane...fundamental building block for hydrocarbon chains and many chemicals as a methane radical CH3 as a compound bond to a missing hydrogen bonding site. :upeyes:

However mine was trinitrotoulene and nitrocellulose, both compounds for the single and double base smokless powders...smells like success! :supergrin:

VN350X10
10-22-2012, 14:54
The formula for methane is easy......


uncle albert + Green peppers = Methane !:faint:

engineer151515
10-22-2012, 20:49
I thought methane commith from pig ****.

At least, I heard that in a movie once.

:tongueout:

VN350X10
10-22-2012, 20:58
It does, but uncle is also a contribuitor !

put the green peppers on pizza, add onions & the effect is multiplied...

"N"Sweat Lager will increase output by a factor of at least 5.
Some combinations are more potent than others, but all require the green peppers as a primary catalyst.

samurairabbi
10-23-2012, 02:27
I thought methane commith from pig ****.

At least, I heard that in a movie once.

:tongueout:

Permit this LSMPS(bbb)DP to make an administrative distinction.

KOSHER methane comes from cows. NON-kosher methane comes from pigs.

Thank you for your consideration.

Bullman
10-23-2012, 08:20
I thought you only worried about Kosher if you were going to eat it.

_The_Shadow
10-23-2012, 09:47
Yea that maybe Kosher, However the intense methane output from a good old heapin' plate of south Louisiana Red Beans with smoked pork hocks served with a side of fried onion rings can create some nice smoke rings.....o.o.o O O O

Please extinguish all open flames and don't aim yourself :moonie: at anyone you care for...:faint:

VN350X10
10-23-2012, 17:05
That I can relate to !!

MinervaDoe
10-24-2012, 13:14
I thought you only worried about Kosher if you were going to eat it.
Don't forget that the senses of smell and taste are closely related.

Bullman
10-24-2012, 15:55
Now that you mention it......

VN350X10
10-24-2012, 19:50
On a per pound basis, I believe that chickens produce more methane than any other critter.

LASTRESORT20
10-24-2012, 19:54
On a per pound basis, I believe that chickens produce more methane than any other critter.


Tell that to my pet pig....:upeyes:





:supergrin:

VN350X10
10-24-2012, 19:59
Read your avatar.......:wow:




does the PIG know about this ??:dunno:


uncle

_The_Shadow
10-24-2012, 20:27
Originally Posted by Chute The MALL
MOVED to Page
649


Dat's funny stuff right dar!:supergrin:

countrygun
10-24-2012, 20:48
I admit to having stood back while all the fancy chemistry talk was going on. My education in that field ended the day I learned how to tell Methyl from Ethyl alcohol.

_The_Shadow
10-24-2012, 21:10
Ah yes the WOOD = CH3OH & GRAIN = C2H5OH :tequila:

countrygun
10-24-2012, 21:48
Ah yes the WOOD = CH3OH & GRAIN = C2H5OH :tequila:

The nurse just read that to me. I guess I had it backwards.

Taterhead
10-24-2012, 21:52
Someone said, "wood." Got Mrs. Taterhead's attention!

I guess I'm going to be busy for 2-3 minutes.

countrygun
10-24-2012, 22:07
Someone said, "wood." Got Mrs. Taterhead's attention!

I guess I'm going to be busy for 2-3 minutes.

And she for 30 seconds.

ChuteTheMall
10-24-2012, 22:58
I learned how to tell Methyl from Ethyl alcohol.

Ya can't keep Ethel from her alcohol.:drunk:

ChuteTheMall
10-24-2012, 23:01
Originally Posted by Chute The MALL
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Dat's funny stuff right dar!:supergrin:

http://i48.tinypic.com/fa35l0.jpg

S&W 649

VN350X10
10-25-2012, 21:20
Grain alky goes in the DRIVER


Wood alky goes in the fuel tank


simple concept really.Unless the driver's name is Woody......

countrygun
10-25-2012, 22:24
Grain alky goes in the DRIVER


Wood alky goes in the fuel tank


simple concept really.Unless the driver's name is Woody......

Heheheheh..he said "Woody"..Heheheheheh

samurairabbi
10-26-2012, 05:27
Heheheheh..he said "Woody"..Heheheheheh

... and what if the guy's last name is Johnson?

ChuteTheMall
10-26-2012, 07:52
"My name is Raymond J. Johnson, Jr.









Now you can call me Ray,










or you can call me J,










or you can call me Johnny,












or you can call me Sonny,










or you can call me Junie,










or you can call me Junior;










now you can call me Ray J,










or you can call me RJ,












or you can call me RJJ,












or you can call me RJJ Jr."















"but you doesn't hasta call me Johnson!"














http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ray_J._Johnson







.

samurairabbi
10-26-2012, 09:29
The variation that would run on Johnny Carson was even better. Ray would wait until Carson would address him as MISTER Johnson, then launch his spiel, and conclude with the line "You doesn't have to call me MISTER Johnson!"

Carson clearly loved the shtick, for RJJ was a regular guest.

countrygun
10-26-2012, 13:41
The variation that would run on Johnny Carson was even better. Ray would wait until Carson would address him as MISTER Johnson, then launch his spiel, and conclude with the line "You doesn't have to call me MISTER Johnson!"

Carson clearly loved the shtick, for RJJ was a regular guest.

One of the great classics from a time when it was the world made sense and television was silly.

Is anyone here old enough to remember th "Bicentennial Moments" on the Tonight Show during 1976?

When Ben Franklin brought the Liberty Bell to Paul Revere's shop because his "DingDong had a crack in it" ?

almost as good as Jack Webb's Schtick about Kleptomaniac Claude Cooper who copped the copper clappers.

MinervaDoe
10-26-2012, 18:39
almost as good as Jack Webb's Schtick about Kleptomaniac Claude Cooper who copped the copper clappers.
Carson did a great job of cracking up during skits, and the Claude Cooper skit was a side splitter. :rofl: One of my favorites.

VN350X10
10-26-2012, 20:34
My all time favorite on Carson was the bit with Ed Ames & the tomahawk throwing....


With Carson's comment "I didn't even know you WERE Jewish".....

uncle


but the copped copper clappers WAS funny !

_The_Shadow
10-26-2012, 21:01
Carson was still better than the current Dave and Jay shows...And yes I remember all of those episodes...I just watched Steve Martin as "The GREAT Flydini" onCarson Show on the 17th of this month...
http://www.milkandcookies.com/link/45516/detail/

samurairabbi
10-26-2012, 21:03
My all time favorite on Carson was the bit with Ed Ames & the tomahawk throwing....
!

A bit of TV trivia: the audience reaction to that tomahawk impact was the longest sustained laughter interval in US television history.

VN350X10
10-26-2012, 21:07
That I can easily believe ! I've seen it on tape many times & I still laugh.

MinervaDoe
10-28-2012, 22:05
My all time favorite on Carson was the bit with Ed Ames & the tomahawk throwing....


With Carson's comment "I didn't even know you WERE Jewish".....

uncle

:supergrin: !

Yeah, that was a classic.

Carson was still better than the current Dave and Jay shows...And yes I remember all of those episodes...I just
The only current late night host who can crack me up is Craig Ferguson.

engineer151515
10-29-2012, 05:48
Ed Ames Teaches Johnny Carson to Throw a Tomahawk - YouTube

ChuteTheMall
10-29-2012, 06:07
Geesie could probably do that.:nutcheck:

Notice how Carson grabbed Ames by the sleeve to stop him from retrieving the tomahawk.:alex:

Ed Ames was actually Jewish, as Carson discovered.

VN350X10
10-29-2012, 20:06
It's STILL funny !!

MinervaDoe
10-30-2012, 23:16
As long as we're tripping down memory lane, this one always makes me laugh:
Carol Burnett Show outtakes - Tim Conway's Elephant Story
Carol Burnett Show outtakes - Tim Conway's Elephant Story - YouTube

ChuteTheMall
10-31-2012, 23:55
:elephant::animlol:

ChuteTheMall
10-31-2012, 23:55
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:banana:























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VN350X10
11-01-2012, 17:55
at least it's not a banana...........

MinervaDoe
11-01-2012, 22:15
:elephant::animlol:
This actually made me laugh.

I guess I'm just relieved to have all the new Wilson and Bar-Sto parts in my 1911s, and be done with waiting and get on to more testing. Ironically, my wife and I are going to the range tomorrow, and we'll only have time to shoot clay birds. :dunno:

VN350X10
11-03-2012, 17:15
Got any recipies for those clay birds ?

I hear that you have to cook them well done to get them tender........


uncle

countrygun
11-03-2012, 17:24
Got any recipies for those clay birds ?

I hear that you have to cook them well done to get them tender........


uncle

Crock pot, LOTs of vegetables

VN350X10
11-03-2012, 17:33
sounds like a good start.......

ChuteTheMall
11-03-2012, 18:31
Got any recipies for those clay birds ?


http://www.saveur.com/article/Recipes/Chicken-Cooked-in-Clay

....Roll three-quarters of the clay out on plastic to a large rectangle about 1/4" thick and put wrapped chicken in center. Seal chicken in clay with no foil showing. Shape some of the remaining clay to make it resemble a chicken head and tail feathers and attach them to clay-wrapped chicken body....
:eat:

_The_Shadow
11-03-2012, 20:11
So it taste like Clay?:wow:

:dunno:

ChuteTheMall
11-03-2012, 20:37
So it taste like Clay?:wow:

:dunno:

http://i48.tinypic.com/2006vyx.jpg

That's discusting.

VN350X10
11-03-2012, 21:45
appetite lost @ chicken.....

countrygun
11-03-2012, 22:14
I am somehow reminded of my grandfather's recipie for fresh caught campfire cooked carp.

Clean carp

stuff with onions lemon and dust with salt,pepper and flour.

find 1x6" board.

Nail carp at head and tail to board.

prop or bury one end of board so fis is facing campfire at about 45 degress abouth 12" from good banked coals


allow to cook for 1/2 hr or more, keeping hot coals at consistant distance,for even cooking.

When carp is done remove carp from board, cut board into bite-sized pieces and serve over rice.

VN350X10
11-03-2012, 22:19
similar to my granny's, it called for shredding the board & making gravy !




uncle

ChuteTheMall
11-04-2012, 13:42
What a load of carp!














:fishing:

countrygun
11-04-2012, 13:45
What a load of carp!














:fishing:


I just put the recipie up for the halibut, the thread was floundering.

VN350X10
11-04-2012, 15:43
a pun that bad could leave you hanging on the North end of the Lagoon.......



by a thread.

countrygun
11-04-2012, 15:53
a pun that bad could leave you hanging on the North end of the Lagoon.......



by a thread.

Hey, it's Punday afternoon

VN350X10
11-04-2012, 16:15
:faint:

ChuteTheMall
11-04-2012, 16:44
We should dolphinitely scale back on the fish puns.

:fishing:

countrygun
11-04-2012, 16:54
We should dolphinitely scale back on the fish puns.

:fishing:

Like as not some bass (hole)will come along and spawn a whole school of eel-conceived puns

VN350X10
11-04-2012, 17:02
Does that mean that all of this is without porpiose?

_The_Shadow
11-04-2012, 17:08
Mollusca we be subjected to the gills with catfish slime, althought they mention some healing properties it makin quite a mess in the lagoon...
http://www.campsitephotos.com/imgs/2011-fall-road-trip/manatee-springs-and-suwannee-river/Slime-1.jpg

VN350X10
11-04-2012, 17:17
don'be talkin' down 'bout catfish.......


dey's real good wit hushpuppies !

countrygun
11-04-2012, 17:19
Mollusca we be subjected to the gills with catfish slime, althought they mention some healing properties it makin quite a mess in the lagoon...



You just Moby right, it's a whale of an idea. Some grouper another might want to seal what they can do about it.

_The_Shadow
11-04-2012, 17:33
That's devil fish idea! Some puffers could huff and blowfish the walleye down! However it will oyster some clams. We just don't want SeaGulls to replace the Sweedish Bikini Team! :dunno:

engineer151515
11-04-2012, 17:36
Mollusca we be subjected to the gills with catfish slime, althought they mention some healing properties it makin quite a mess in the lagoon...
http://www.campsitephotos.com/imgs/2011-fall-road-trip/manatee-springs-and-suwannee-river/Slime-1.jpg



Aghast, as the NS chiller super-coolers start to plug and choke . . .

< Scotty voice > "Mah bairns... mah poor bairns!"