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  • nolaegghead said: So what I read from this is the estate tax creates big corporations, and those corporations hire lots of middle class people, so you want to get rid of the estate tax.   Your segue not mine. C'mon.  That example said …
  • nolaegghead said: KennyLee said: nolaegghead said: KennyLee said: nolaegghead said: KennyLee said: nolaegghead said: Any of you mensa rocket scientists want to explain to me how outside of T…
  • nolaegghead said: KennyLee said: nolaegghead said: KennyLee said: nolaegghead said: Any of you mensa rocket scientists want to explain to me how outside of Trump's "make america great" motto and your hatred f…
  • nolaegghead said: KennyLee said: nolaegghead said: Any of you mensa rocket scientists want to explain to me how outside of Trump's "make america great" motto and your hatred for "the b!tch", there's any substance to our presid…
  • nolaegghead said: Any of you mensa rocket scientists want to explain to me how outside of Trump's "make america great" motto and your hatred for "the b!tch", there's any substance to our president elect?  (hint: no deflections) I will.…
  • nolaegghead said: KennyLee said: Ozzie_Isaac said: Dems are really good actors. They placed Trump on the ballot.  He is in cahots with the Clintons.  You wait and see. His cabinet damn sure doesn't look like that's the …
  • Ozzie_Isaac said: Dems are really good actors. They placed Trump on the ballot.  He is in cahots with the Clintons.  You wait and see. His cabinet damn sure doesn't look like that's the case. 
  • Al Gore tried to con me once.  Thankfully, it was super transparent and didn't take.  Whew......that was a close one.
  • Focker said: JohnInCarolina said: This would be more fitting with Obama in place of Trump, cuz "we can do stuff to you". lmao Can he leave office now, let the Don step in? He's clearly doing nothing, what he does best. Why was…
  • Wow....this is nice, really, really nice. 
  • I used to use the plate setter for burgers and changed to direct a few months back and the results have been better.  400'ish 3.5-4 minutes a side works for me every time now, but I cook pretty thick burgers too, 1/3 to 1/2 pound. 
  • Thanks again, Fred, for your thoughtful post about our local LEO who got ambushed and gunned down by a racist maniac and whose families are left without a spouse/father/son/brother.  Kind of thought that's what this thread was about when you posted.…
  • Pepe Le Pew said: @stlcharcoal This is different.  It is not to intercede for a specific activity, but to bring all police forces under the control of the federal government.  The object is to align the focus of all police forces with the visio…
  • Foregoing all the partisan rhetoric that is now expected by our administration and our media......thanks for the thought and post Fred.  Those of us here appreciate it.  Sad days around here, but hopefully some can learn from the loss.
  • Thanks Fred.....ordered a Thermopop just under the wire. 
  • stompbox said: Like it.  Do you just use quickCrete for these type projects?  Rebar or mesh reinforcement? I'd love to see how you made the concrete top as well.  I'd like to give that a try for mine. 
  • HeavyG said: thetrim said: We need to fight to win.  Rules of engagement have been way too tight since day 1 post 9-11.  By both Bush and Obama regimes. Sounds like you have it all figured out. Yep...bombing/killing a LOT more …
  • SGH said: Turk2011 said: I normally don't say much. Probably the whisky typing.    Carry on with the dumbassery  You don't say much my friend, but when you do it's short and to the point. I like that.  
  • YEMTrey said: My personal favorite "underrated" movie: Totally forgot about that one.  Definitely one of those where no matter how many times you watch it, you find something new to laugh about.  "Now turn to the left!"
  • Not sure about underrated, but must watch: Outlaw Josey Wales For a Few Dollars More Pale Rider Bull Durham The Shining Halloween The Hunt for Red October North Dallas Forty Office Space The Firm The Breakfast Club Sixteen Candles Alien…
  • Sardonicus said: KennyLee said: Good to hear.  Hate to see folks get their panties all in a wad over nothing. Be well....and Merry.....well, whatever.... I gotchur "panties" right here, Kenny! (Hope you're not offended.)    …
  • Good to hear.  Hate to see folks get their panties all in a wad over nothing. Be well....and Merry.....well, whatever....
  • Sardonicus said: Outstanding! A thread featuring several of us proudly extolling the virtue of offending others and not giving a damn - just 'cause we can. More of that legendary Exceptionalism, I guess.   
  • Merry Christmas is my preference and what I usually lead with.  If I offend someone, sue me.  Now I gotta' run.....late for the annual Midwinter Secular Nonoffensive All-Inclusive Holiday Festival at the office complete with a celebratory life tree …
  • I said chicken fajitas.  Seriously....can you comprehend?  Wow....  I'll end this by enlightening you that there are people who know how to cook (I am one and my family would agree) that do things differently than you.  I know that's obviously a ve…
  • You should be done.  Ever heard of chicken breasts, chicken fajitas, chicken wings?  Seriously, man.  What is with you?  I do at least 3-5 lbs. of chicken fajitas a week.  Takes me about 25-30 minutes start to finish.  And that is grilling them in…
  • Nope....that would be assuming that I'm doing a shoulder AND assuming I use 4 lbs. of lump (you assume a lot....like chicken is always a low and slow). First of all, it would be less than 5 lbs. in the first 6 cooks AND less than 4 lbs. on average …
  • KennyLee said: 1.  5-7 lbs. 2.  6-8 cooks 3.  Most hot and fast, i.e., chicken, hanger steak, burgers, steak and one low and slow, usually ribs or a butt. Now I know it's reading comprehension.  Seriously.  Do you take a moment…
  • @Lit is it math skills or reading comprehension that you're lacking?  As stated earlier in the thread, what @HeavyG describes very closely resembles roughly 80% or so of my cooks at least, probably more.  Even said it in my very first response, whic…
  • HeavyG said: Because of this thread I was curious just how much lump (by weight) would actually be used in a typical (for me) short cook. Tonight I grilled a few burgers and a bunch of scallions. Total time from lighting fire to closing vents…
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