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  • Re: BISON AIRLIGHTER - MAPP TORCH MADE A BABY WITH A LOOFTLIGHTER!

    Wet gas is the worst.


    I thought wet gas was called a Shart.

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  • Re: Royal Oak or not?

    RRP:

    The place I buy the 20 pounders at is in Chambersburg, Pa. I've been buying it there ever since I bought the Egg. While I have no idea has to whether it old stock, it does get moved around. They don't have the RO in the store. It's in their warehouse in the back of the building. Sometimes they just have a couple of pallets and other times 1 /2 of truck load. Based on that, I think they have a good turnover. The 20 pounds bags are much larger than the 17.6 pounders at Walmart. Perhaps they come from a different location.


    2.4 pounds larger
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  • Re: Royal Oak or not?

    Nice change of attitude @mikee. I say that in a seriousness.
    =)) =))

    He's been flagging disagree on all my posts and at least one other forum members. Disagree flags are sometimes warranted, but 10 in 24hrs. Also, if you read the posts that he's flagging, you'll see the attitude hasn't changed much. I bet the @theyolksonyou‌ can agree on this one.
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  • What do you contribute II

    What do you contribute to the forum?

    @Mikee‌, I posted What do you contribute a few weeks ago and the mods keep it from bumping, so I figured I'd start part II.

    Below is the original thread.
    http://eggheadforum.com/discussion/1173814/what-do-you-contribute#latest

    Keep in my mind that posting about a simple hot dog cook might help a new EggHead or create a craving for an experienced EggHead. Either way it's a contribution to new or old. Please refrain from being a cancer that eats away at the forum. Say thanks for the free advice/recipes, contribute, or move on. You don't have to give up your prestigious dough recipe, but contribute something. Your arguments on multiple threads are getting old.
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