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Old 08-31-2010, 15:43   #11041
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time to get a bigger grill.......
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Old 08-31-2010, 16:03   #11042
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I'm crock pottin' up 3.5 pounds of turkey legs, taters and zuchinni today.
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Old 08-31-2010, 18:54   #11043
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I'm crock pottin' up 3.5 pounds of turkey legs, taters and zuchinni today.
The crock pot maybe one of the greatest inventions of all time.
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Old 08-31-2010, 21:20   #11044
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Old 08-31-2010, 22:07   #11045
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You think the FDA could get an accurate measure of the Calories, Fat content, Cholestrol and all the other associated nutritional data for that burger?

Whimmpy would think he done died and went to heaven getting a Burger Fit For A King! Of course he probably would die eatting that monstrosity!
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Old 08-31-2010, 22:50   #11046
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M.D. who'd you get cranked off at you ?
Must be powerful angry with you to make you put zuchinni in your vittles !
We grind tem up & turn it over in the compost pile !
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Old 09-01-2010, 21:58   #11047
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M.D. who'd you get cranked off at you ?
Must be powerful angry with you to make you put zuchinni in your vittles !
We grind tem up & turn it over in the compost pile !
Sorry, little Italian guy here. I cook with far too much garlic and I also planted about ten zucchini plants. I have a zucchini stir fry with garlic, chipotle pepper, cumin and apple vinegar which I cook twice a week. The rest of the zucchini go into all my summer casseroles to add veggies. We're getting our last hot spell of the summer and the zuchinni plants are getting ready to go in the winter compost pile.

But still, I'm confused. Do you grow zucchini just so you can compost them? I really pride myself on my compost heap. I'll have to try that. It seems like a really cool closed loop system. The Heart of Gold does something similar with its antimatter byproducts.
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Old 09-02-2010, 18:59   #11048
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AH HA ! Another erronious statement.
There is NO SUCH THING as TOO MUCH GARLIC !!!

As a matter of fact, a sintered garlic core in a silver jacket is about the best defensive bullet that can be made ! Werewolves drop from the silver, Vampires expire from the garlic & mortals get gangrene from the wound caused by the silver/garlic composite, assuming that it's not an instantly fatal hit !

WIN WIN WIN !!!

I will admit to using grated zuchinni to "stretch" a recipe, especially if I was feeding relatives....


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Old 09-02-2010, 19:51   #11049
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Werewolves drop from the silver, Vampires expire from the garlic & mortals get gangrene from the wound caused by the silver/garlic composite,
Might be true with bullets, but in the hands of a CAJUN and boiling up a big pot of crabs, shrimp or crawfish with all that garlic...Yum Yum! Maybe why we don't see any Vampires in LoUiSiAna...too much garlic in our blood that and some bubblely pop!
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Old 09-02-2010, 20:03   #11050
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Wow. I'm glad to hear that I'm not the only garlic fiend in the dungeon. I had to stop dating a woman once when she told me she couldn't tolerate cooking with garlic.
NEXT!!
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Old 09-02-2010, 21:27   #11051
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Old 09-03-2010, 19:06   #11052
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I have been known to sprinkle crushed garlic on top of the melted cheese crust on my onion soup...
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Old 09-03-2010, 19:29   #11053
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Garlic; There are obvious side effects which may require an attitude adjustment.
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Old 09-03-2010, 22:29   #11054
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Well, I never...Ok maybe once in awhile!

Hope everyone has a great & safe Labor Day weekend! Enjoy!

I spent some of today casing some bullets Lyman Devastators in 10mm/40 cal & 45 cal also, these are hollow point designs single cavity moulds. Sure makes some purty bullets!
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Old 09-03-2010, 23:15   #11055
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Old 09-03-2010, 23:32   #11056
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That's the one for 45 cal, the 10mm/40 cal 156 grain was discontinued sometime back but I found one new in the box from a forum memeber over at Handloads.com, also got the 357/9mm 125grain. They shoot as good as they look, but it takes time to cast them single cavity and dealing with the hollow pointer pin. Who knows what the future holds, SHTF, 12/21/2012...

Where is TARDIS, we might have to slip into the future to be prepared!
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Old 09-04-2010, 08:20   #11057
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Unfortunately, due to my agreement with the Time Lord Council, we (I) am not permitted to use TARDIS for personal gain, or I lose possesion.
Nothing had been said about preparing for a disaster, but I think that in the spirit of fairness, the Council would also apply the same ruling.....not sure here.
I think they were more concerned about me going back in time & "re-adjusting" history.
Since the future hasn't happened yet (in this time-space) many factors may have influence upon it.
I'll check into the matter, for academic reasons, of course.....

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Old 09-04-2010, 10:06   #11058
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the 10mm/40 cal 156 grain was discontinued sometime back but I found one new in the box from a forum memeber over at Handloads.com,
That would explain why I couldn't find one.


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That's the one for 45 cal, ..... also got the 357/9mm 125grain.
I found the 9mm one.

I looked at the comments and it looks like the weights may vary depending on what your lead source is.

Where do you get your lead? Hopefully not from Prius wheel weights.

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Unfortunately, due to my agreement with the Time Lord Council, we (I) am not permitted to use TARDIS for personal gain, or I lose possesion.


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Those pesky Time Lords and their irritating council.
Of course, I should talk. Due to some of the intricate details of a misunderstanding when the Heart of gold was initially borrowed, there is a ten year period, which is (let's say) extremely difficult for me to visit. Since then (and prior) things have been worked out.
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Old 09-04-2010, 11:12   #11059
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Unfortunately, due to my agreement with the Time Lord Council, we (I) am not permitted to use TARDIS for personal gain, or I lose possesion.
Unkle, the solution to your predicament is so obvious, I believe you will kick yourself square in your own tush for not thinking of it yourself:

You hire ME to use Tardis for YOUR personal gain!

'Nuff said?
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Old 09-04-2010, 21:13   #11060
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Rabbi, the punishment for such an act would be FAR worse than you could imagine....let's put it this way, BOTH of us would rather drink domestic light beer from a mass-producer for all of eternity than undergo what the Time Lords would mete out.
A hired "chauffer" is also prohibited, as are other forms of an intermediary
Believe me, I've searched for a loophole, even going so far as to consult with the best legal minds on Rigal-3, to the point of offering them a "piece of the action".

So we use TARDIS for pleasure, not profit.(even if profit IS pleasure!)

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