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The GOBBLE GOBBLE GOBBLE BOOM 500 πŸ¦ƒ
fishinguitarman Offline
#1 Posted:
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Happy Thanksgiving πŸ¦ƒ
MACS Offline
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We all knew FGM was a gobbler...
8trackdisco Offline
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20 minutes to come up with a thread title?
Must be a Mississippi guy.
Sincerely,
Alabama.
fishinguitarman Offline
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Only with Turkeys πŸ¦ƒ like you purdy mouf
Ram27 Offline
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Congrats FGM...ram27bat
fishinguitarman Offline
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Thanks Ram! πŸ§”πŸΌ
danmdevries Offline
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Happy Thursday fellas
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danmdevries wrote:
Happy Thursday fellas

Thanks, Dan. Enjoy your time off.
Morning, folks.

86-88F with sprinkles. Cold front comes tomorrow!
Sunoverbeach Offline
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I see gobble gobble boom 500, but my brain keeps going with gobba gobba, we accept you ....
danmdevries Offline
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delta1 wrote:
how long does it take for traceable amounts of nicotine to disappear from the blood...I guess the real question is: how many days before the blood test do you have to abstain...


Last year I gave it two weeks or so and passed. Trace amounts will pretty much always be present due to dietary intake. Potatoes, teas, hot peppers, eggplants all have a fair bit of nicotine in them. The cutoff level for a positive test is high enough that trace amounts don't trigger. Which is why I can get away with passing with just two weeks "clean"

Just sucks cause the test is in December/January. Cigars and beers were always part of the holidays with the in laws but had to drop it a few years ago.

Sunoverbeach wrote:
That just sucks. Shouldn't be something they can mandate in my opinion. Is that health insurance cost driven or something?


If you test positive for nicotine you pay another $100/mo for insurance I believe. Might be more might be less. Positive for anything else you lose your job.
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13 degrees, wind chill of 1.
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8trackdisco wrote:
13 degrees, wind chill of 1.


Ouch! 60/84 here.
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Cool Dudes....
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42 and rain... Mellow
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17 degrees, wind chill of 5.

Feeling balmy compared to 8Track
danmdevries Offline
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30 n frosty here.
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Wife's leaving for the weekend. Trying to think of stuff to do with the boy. Thinking of taking the train to Chicago and going to the field museum. He's never been there and I don't think I've been since I was in grade school.
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^^Museum of Sci and Ind was always a good one for the kids too
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Hooters... Mellow
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Morning gents
70° here and overcast
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Sunoverbeach wrote:
^^Museum of Sci and Ind was always a good one for the kids too


Took him two years ago. Never been to field museum. Plus field is easier to get to by train, much less walking.
fishinguitarman Offline
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What do they put a museum in the middle of a giant field ???
Ram27 Offline
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Hello.....
DrafterX Offline
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Ram..!! Laugh
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Still got my tumor/migraine from Monday... hooray...

Brekkie at maccas... Gotta catch up on some work today...
DrafterX Offline
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It's prolly a Wang worm... Mellow
opelmanta1900 Offline
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In my brain? I don't think so... And dont call me worm...
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Sunoverbeach wrote:
I see gobble gobble boom 500, but my brain keeps going with gobba gobba, we accept you ....

nearly made me jump on the dining room table and weeble wobble.
then I remembered I am not a Little People
clintCigar Offline
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Just a bunch of turkeys lol
Ram27 Offline
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X.....Frying pan
fishinguitarman Offline
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Baked, smoked, fried?
Ram27 Offline
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Evening......ram27bat
clintCigar Offline
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SMOKED!!
Herfing

I got some baby backs in the freezer I need to smoke. :)
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fishinguitarman wrote:
Baked, smoked, fried?


One will be spatchcocked in the oven. Cooks in a 1/3 of the time and is great!

One roasted in the wood fired oven. We're giving the deep fryer and smoker a break this year.

Chef
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Buccatini with marinara.
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I am questioning the legitimacy of this 500 win...I want the Mississippi state legislature to declare the winner...
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danmdevries wrote:
Wife's leaving for the weekend. Trying to think of stuff to do with the boy. Thinking of taking the train to Chicago and going to the field museum. He's never been there and I don't think I've been since I was in grade school.

Think


Herfing Beer
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delta1 wrote:
Think


Herfing Beer


Boys not old enough for cigar and beer.

But when he goes to bed, I will be.
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Coldest day in 8 months. On the way home.... low tire pressure. ram27bat
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8trackdisco wrote:
Coldest day in 8 months. On the way home.... low tire pressure. ram27bat


Lights been on in my truck for a couple weeks.

Checked and I'm at 65psi. Rides much nicer at 65 instead of the 90 I'm sposeda be at.

Think the lights gonna stay on till I got a load or a trailer
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danmdevries wrote:
Lights been on in my truck for a couple weeks.

Checked and I'm at 65psi. Rides much nicer at 65 instead of the 90 I'm sposeda be at.

Think the lights gonna stay on till I got a load or a trailer


Did I'd a Wisconsin Pit Stop.
-Pulled up to the compressor.
-The boy jumped out first, removing valve stem covers.
-I followed with the air hose.
-He covered the stems again.

Three minutes total.

I'm afeared of blowing out a tire at 80 mph.
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8trackdisco wrote:
I'm afeared of blowing out a tire at 80 mph.


Good call. The last time I thought, "hell, it'll be alright" I ended up with a flat on the interstate in -10 degree weather. d'oh!

I respect that light now. Brick wall
DrafterX Offline
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My rides not right either.. gotta check pressure in da morning... had a thing in Tulsa tonight a d the ride didn't feel right... Mellow
opelmanta1900 Offline
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Did you remember to evenly disperse the weight of the bodies?

ya can't just stack em up on one side ya know...
DrafterX Offline
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True.. true... gonna check anyways.. Mellow
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8trackdisco wrote:
Coldest day in 8 months. On the way home.... low tire pressure. ram27bat


https://www.tirebuyer.com/education/tire-pressure-and-performance#
clintCigar Offline
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No need for tires if you drive this one of these:

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Mr. Jones knows whats up
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We went from 78 degrees to freeze warning in 1 day!
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Morning. Can't sleep due to DST.
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Just a very thin coating of snow on the deck this morning. Happy Friday,
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