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Spring ChickenSpring Chicken Posts: 9,528
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
Good morning Eggheads and those poor souls who find bland food exciting.

Second plumbing excursion of the dark period, the first being more of an 'anticipatory' adventure with the thought that a second trip would be unnecessary. Foolish me. The plumbing alert came just as I was about to consummate a deal in which a very large abode made from forest parts was being purchased for millions of monetary units by a family with considerably more funds than they had negotiating skills. They were simply buying it because it would give them a scenic place to stay when they had the urge to slide down a very large piece of mostly vertical landscape that had been winterized with white moisture granules. But just as the required mark was to be permanently adhered to the documentation, my plumbing alert activated and instantly changed my environment from dreamstate to realstate. The alert triggered the automatic response sequence and within .00032 base time units I was unplugged from the charging station, verticalized and mobilized in the direction of the facility maintenance department where relief was just a lever-pull away. Made it, did it and vocalized success.

I then resumed my duties by visiting the food preparation area and partially removing the front most panel from the refrigeration unit so as to be able to visualize the illuminator's status. Working properly.

Then on to the external viewing portal where I saw Deputy Larry Ropa and two other staffers hunkered down, apparently in an attempt to avoid the chilled atmosphere. But when they observed me there was sudden activity that suggested they were attempting to hide something. I tried in vain to determine the cause of their collective behaviorism but they were effective in their efforts to remain secretive. If I wished to know I would have to don protective fabrics, deactivate the electronic security sensors and traipse into the chilled darkness. Not enough curiosity in me to do that so I just waved and let them know that I was departing the viewing portal. They looked relieved.

Then to the communications center where reports indicated some activity, mostly due to installing bovine parts on the Big Green Egg warming device so that it may be sufficiently warmed for later consumption at a predetermined time. Earlier, a report inquired as to the preferred heat markings on specialty cuts of bovine parts that were super-heated for a brief period instead of lingering for a lengthy period. I've learned that this method of heating is desirable when certain flavoring, appearance and texturization is important. I myself made purchase of a seemingly tasty bovine part during the light period, at considerable monetary units I might add, from a commercial establishment specializing in an array of warmed animal body parts with good markings but found it lacking in the key elements desirable to such a purchase. I can do better on the Big Green Eggs conveniently located in the Coop. However, Eggent Don Marco, from "across the pond" did a pictorial on his biscuit-making adventure and that got my attention. He even enhanced them with Texas Jelly. Biscuits are my most favored food item and his looked very tasty.

Given there are 11 Members and 75 Guests up and about to chat if they so desire, I will return to horizontal and continue my recharging efforts.

Say goodnight Leroy.

Spring "Appearance Isn't Everything" Chicken
Spring Texas USA
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