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Pumpkin Spice Outrage 500
corey sellers Offline
#51 Posted:
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RAM
Mr. Jones Online
#52 Posted:
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I HATE ANYTHING WITH PUMPKIN IN IT !!!

PUNKIN' BEER BLOWS
PUNKIN' PIE SUCKS
PUNKIN' CAKE & ROLL IS NASTY
PUNKIN' COFFEE NO REASON FOR IT

SAME with chocolate with nuts in it...I hate that bull**** too
Gene363 Offline
#53 Posted:
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Mr. Jones wrote:
I HATE ANYTHING WITH PUMPKIN IN IT !!!

PUNKIN' BEER BLOWS
PUNKIN' PIE SUCKS
PUNKIN' CAKE & ROLL IS NASTY
PUNKIN' COFFEE NO REASON FOR IT

SAME with chocolate with nuts in it...I hate that bull**** too



Agree, though fried pumpkin seeds are not bad.

No chocolate and nuts is going too far, especially macadamia nuts.
frankj1 Offline
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edin508 wrote:
MCBGA

that's not what the hat said
Palama Offline
#55 Posted:
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Fify

Gene363 wrote:
Agree, though fried pumpkin seeds are not bad.

No chocolate and nuts is going too far, especially white chocolate covered macadamia nuts.

Palama Offline
#56 Posted:
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Mr. Jones wrote:
I HATE ANYTHING WITH PUMPKIN IN IT !!!

PUNKIN' BEER BLOWS
PUNKIN' PIE SUCKS
PUNKIN' CAKE & ROLL IS NASTY
PUNKIN' COFFEE NO REASON FOR IT

SAME with chocolate with nuts in it...I hate that bull**** too


My Mom made a great Pumpkin Chiffon pie. I really miss it.

But I really miss my Mom more.... Crying
corey sellers Offline
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Me to and Pops also brother ^^^^^
Sunoverbeach Offline
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Out of drywall mud again. Back to the store... again
corey sellers Offline
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Come by here I got some work for you to help me with tomorrow.
Sunoverbeach Offline
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Are smokes and beer involved? I could be convinced.
Gene363 Offline
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Palama wrote:
Fify





ThumpUp ThumpUp ThumpUp
plinytheelder Offline
#62 Posted:
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Mr. Jones wrote:

PUNKIN' BEER BLOWS


For a long time, I thought the same thing. At the beer festival, I poured for F.X.Matt brewery's Saranac beers, and one of them was Pumpkin Ale. You might want to try it IF you can find it.

First off, it tastes like BEER. That part is HUGELY important IMO.
Next, it tastes like it has some pumpkin in it.
The spiciness is reduced to just a hint, so if you are like me and think all the spice most breweries put in their pumpkin beer is WAY overdone, this one is the one you should try.

As a side note, and a little about brewery dedication, think about pumpkin beers a little. As was pointed out to me by one of the Saranac brewers, pumpkin beers come out starting in September. Pumpkins don't get ripe until the end of September into October, so how do they make the beer?

Saranac buys tons of pumpkins when they are ripe and rent freezer space for a YEAR until they can make the beer using real pumpkin. Not canned, real pumpkin. That is the most dedication from a brewery I've ever heard of.
Sunoverbeach Offline
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Morning, Friday peoples.

And a big thanks to all the vets here and nationwide. Your efforts for this country is greatly appreciated.
RiverRatRuss Offline
#64 Posted:
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Morning All... 42 with a high of 41 today... d'oh!

Veterans Day! I'll drink a cold one for all my brothers & Sisters in Arms!!! Might need an Ubar?? Herfing
deadeyedick Offline
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Happy Veterans Day to all youse vets and thank you for your service.

Happy Friday to you worker types unless you are on a weird schedule and this is your Saturday or maybe your Thursday or some other day and thank you for your contributions to my SS so I can continue to be a layabout.
corey sellers Offline
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Happy Veterans day to all of the folks that served. I hope you have a great day.

Morning Ram and gang
Ram27 Offline
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deadeyedick[h wrote:
]Happy Veterans Day to all youse vets and thank you for your service.[/h]

Happy Friday to you worker types unless you are on a weird schedule and this is your Saturday or maybe your Thursday or some other day and thank you for your contributions to my SS so I can continue to be a layabout.




A BIG PLUS ONE

USN 1966-1970
Ram27 Offline
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Mornin corey & all you peeps. ram27bat
RiverRatRuss Offline
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I think Zukker Fugger is shutting down news feed on Facebook that Commie Bastage!!!
DrafterX Offline
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Ram27 wrote:
A BIG PLUS ONE

USN 1966-1970


Thanks Ram..!! Laugh


same years Forrest Gump served too... Mellow
MACS Offline
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USN 1987-2007

Senior Chief Master-at-Arms (aka MACS)

Happy Veteran's Day to all who served.
Gene363 Offline
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A deepest thank you to all veterans.

8trackdisco Offline
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Ram27 wrote:
A BIG PLUS ONE

USN 1966-1970


Far from the most pleasant time frame for being in any arm of the military.
8trackdisco Offline
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34 with 13 mph winds out of the west bringing us a windchill of 25.
In honor of veterans, drinking Black Rifle's Freedom Roast coffee.
deadeyedick Offline
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MACS wrote:
USN 1987-2007

Senior Chief Master-at-Arms (aka MACS)

Happy Veteran's Day to all who served.


Didn't MACS used to be MACSW or sumpin like that?
tonygraz Offline
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Musta been in touch with his feminine side back then.
MACS Offline
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deadeyedick wrote:
Didn't MACS used to be MACSW or sumpin like that?


Yessir... was MACS(SW) - Senior Chief Master-at-Arms, Surface Warfare qualified. Can't remember if it was Trish or Sven, but someone knocked off the (SW) at my request when we changed format, IIRC.
Ram27 Offline
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Evening peeps.Speak to the hand
MACS Offline
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Herro Rammstein
Ram27 Offline
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Mackie Beer
Sunoverbeach Offline
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Whilst du bis der tod euch scheidet
Treu ihr sein fur alle tagen

Nein! Nein!


Macs fault. He got it stuck in my head
Stogie1020 Offline
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Gene363 wrote:
A deepest thank you to all veterans.


+1, I am just late to the party.
MACS Offline
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Top o' the mornin' all you layabouts.

Got coffee, walkabout next...
RiverRatRuss Offline
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Mornin Ya'll... 29 with a high of 35...

Another Veterans day has come an passed...
there wasn't a big turnout for the Veterans ceremony's and Ham & Bean Lunchin.. The Mrs. Nominated me for the Rifle Brigade for the ceremony.... (Thanks Honey!! NOT) I tried to get out of it by saying you fuggers trust me with a loaded gun around you guys? didn't work cuz we all knew they were blanks!!! d'oh!

Actually, this was about the 4th time I participated in this event since I had retired in 2004. the members were saying later the vollies went off pretty good for a new guy and now they know who to call for funeral details... I said Not a chance, it's not my thing and I do plan on skipping my own funeral when it comes around. for some damn reason I get pretty emotional at a veteran's funeral burial ceremony. I've been in the PGR since 2005, Participated in the flag lines, escorted the veteran to his/her final resting spot. but then would leave before the ceremony at the grave site starts. during the war, we would escort (motorcycles mostly) the fallen veteran from the airport to the local funeral homes in their hometowns. Flag Lines for Honor Flights etc. its an emotional moment, but nothing like standing at the hole when the Vollie's go off and then hearing the bugle play.. I get teary and shake... almost like coming off a good fist fight. So Nope Rifle Brigade isn't my cup of Tea!!!

Ham & Beans were Great 4 bowls, the Aux women said you're on your fourth bowl, I said Lady's these taste Great and besides I got store up my ammo for the battle the Mrs. and I will be having under the covers later, I see her eating them too!!! Brick wall
Mrs. and I stopped and had one drink a piece and then home to watch war movies: Lone Survivor, 13 Hours, and O' Dark 30 (i was napping into this one) finished up with Black Hawk Down. she and her late husband never watched movies like this, just sitcoms, TV Shows and documentary's.

Hope You All had a great day yesterday!!! Beer Beer
Ram27 Offline
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Morning everyone. ram27bat
Cheno Offline
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Family pictures today followed by reward ceremony for soccer.
corey sellers Offline
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Morning Rammie and gang
Ram27 Offline
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Howdy corey.Beer
DrafterX Offline
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MACS wrote:
Herro Rammstein



my son went to Austin last month to see those guys... I guess the light show was amazing...

Du hast mich Mellow
DrafterX Offline
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Cool Dudes..
Sunoverbeach Offline
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Morning, all y'all
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frankj1 wrote:
didn't you used to be a thing here?


No more a thing than anyone else my Jewish friend. Hope you and TLC are doing well.

Don't post much here any more due to the website sucking hind tit. Usually can't get logged on, and when I do it's just a matter of time before I get booted with a redirect error.


Looks like a lot of the same old BS happening as usual. "Hi" to Al, Conan, Corey, Z etc.


Some of the newbs though, WTH...? fog

DrafterX Offline
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Mellow
Palama Offline
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NapalmMan67 wrote:
No more a thing than anyone else my Jewish friend. Hope you and TLC are doing well.

Don't post much here any more due to the website sucking hind tit. Usually can't get logged on, and when I do it's just a matter of time before I get booted with a redirect error.


Looks like a lot of the same old BS happening as usual. "Hi" to Al, Conan, Corey, Z etc.


Some of the newbs though, WTH...? fog



Ron-baby!

How the heck ya doin’?
Gene363 Offline
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Good Saturday Afternoon! We spent the early morning at the range participating in a fun shoot.
plinytheelder Offline
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Has anyone else noticed the shift from calling about extended vehicle warranties to mailing them to you?
I imagine the PO likes the added revenue, but I hate getting it...
HockeyDad Offline
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Baby back ribs are on the smoker.
BuckyB93 Offline
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Did a couple chicken breasts inside with a pseudo indoor smoker. Didn't know what to expect but a worse case scenario is I screw up a couple pounds of chicken meat. Ok... maybe a worstest case is I start an indoor fire but that didn't happen... this time...

Roasting pan with wood shavings (not chunks or chips like you'd use for outdoor smoking, small shavings). Used a mix of apple and cherry. Only a couple of tablespoons of shavings that were soaked in water for about 15 min, consistency of wet wood shavings... not dry but not soaking wet.

- Fire up the oven to about 325° F
- Put some soaked shavings on the bottom of the roasting pan.
- Put roasting pan on the stove burner to get them smoking.
- Tent the smoking shavings. Not tight just to keep the meat drippings off of the smoking wood.
- Place chicken breasts on the grate in the roasting pan. Let them smoke for about 30 min at low heat on the stove top.
- Put the pan in the oven (tent top to keep the smoke in)
- Cook until recommended internal temp.

It worked out pretty well.
BuckyB93 Offline
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Double NINE! s
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I don't get warranty calls much anymore. They seem to have switched over to car insurance now. The weird thing is they claim to be Allstate. I tell them I already have Allstate. Then they hang up
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