Trying something out

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Re: Trying something out

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Post by handog » Wed Apr 28, 2010 1:41 pm

Mostly senior members here I notice. This sort of thread along with a few dozen :iagree: should get me promoted. :evil2:

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Re: Trying something out

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Post by USA1 » Wed Apr 28, 2010 2:44 pm

timdsmith72 wrote:
USA1 wrote:
gigag04 wrote:
USA1 wrote:The moderators will love this one. :lol:
I don't *think* it violates any forum rules. I would let my hypothetical 10 yr old daughter read this thread.
Not so much any rule violation, but this thread should keepem on their toes.

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Re: Trying something out

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Post by seniorshooteress » Wed Apr 28, 2010 3:34 pm

handog wrote:Mostly senior members here I notice. This sort of thread along with a few dozen :iagree: should get me promoted. :evil2:
I want to be promoted too! "rlol"
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Re: Trying something out

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Post by fickman » Wed Apr 28, 2010 5:48 pm

I'm here for a good steak marinade recipe. Looks like I'll be waiting for a while. . .
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Post by dicion » Wed Apr 28, 2010 5:58 pm

fickman wrote:I'm here for a good steak marinade recipe. Looks like I'll be waiting for a while. . .
You mean.... marinading for a while! "rlol" "rlol" "rlol"


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Post by BobCat » Wed Apr 28, 2010 6:41 pm

If you want my no-salt, fire-hot breakfast burrito recipe just say so.
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Re: Trying something out

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Post by gigag04 » Wed Apr 28, 2010 6:46 pm

There is another forum I frequent where they have one thread that is started everymonth that is completely topic free. More like people to post in to say they are on the site....any excuse to post anything...kind of like looking for a marinade.

They call it the brew on the that site, and it is started by a MOD at midnight - ish on the first day of the month and it runs throughout the month. This is what this thread has reminded me of.

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Post by OldSchool » Wed Apr 28, 2010 6:59 pm

Hey, does that mean we can say nothing in more posts than anyone else??? And on more controversial topics, too!!!! :txflag: :cheers2:
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(Yes, that was intended as extreme kidding, folks, not sarcasm, in case you wondered.) :evil2:
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Re: Trying something out

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Post by JJVP » Wed Apr 28, 2010 8:41 pm

ScottDLS wrote:
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austinrealtor wrote:By the way, did anyone notice that we've now officially made it a SECOND PAGE of this thread? Gotta be beyond ANYONE's wildest imagination.
Personally, I think it just proves this thread fits the folks on this forum to a "T"! :evil2:
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Re: Trying something out

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Post by JJVP » Wed Apr 28, 2010 8:45 pm

Tass wrote:
Which tomato type is better for self-defense? The larger diameter but slower Beefsteak or the smaller but higher velocity Plum tomato? We will of course ignore frivolous calibers like the Cherry tomato as being totally inadequate for self-defense...
Canned!

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No, FMJ tomatos (canned) over penetrate. OK for target practice, but not for self defense. :lol:
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Re: Trying something out

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Post by Tregs » Wed Apr 28, 2010 8:57 pm

SQLGeek wrote:Oh goody...another thread where I can type the word überantidisestablishmentarianism. Oh wait, slipped the "über" in this time. :lol:

Gig, what did you do in your former IT life?

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Post by puma guy » Wed Apr 28, 2010 9:12 pm

gigag04 wrote:So I had this thought that any post, regardless of how stupid it is, has the potential to yield multiple replies and to spawn all sorts of side discussions.

This is my way of testing that thought.
I'm not falling for that one and refuse to participate. BTW nice avatar, but what happened to the Blazer?
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Re: Trying something out

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Post by A-R » Wed Apr 28, 2010 9:28 pm

JJVP wrote:
Tass wrote:
Which tomato type is better for self-defense? The larger diameter but slower Beefsteak or the smaller but higher velocity Plum tomato? We will of course ignore frivolous calibers like the Cherry tomato as being totally inadequate for self-defense...
Canned!

Tass
No, FMJ tomatos (canned) over penetrate. OK for target practice, but not for self defense. :lol:
A mini bushel of the little grape tomatoes in the plastic breathable packaging expands well when it hits the target. Sort of like Glaser safety slugs.

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Re: Trying something out

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Post by gigag04 » Wed Apr 28, 2010 9:33 pm

austinrealtor wrote:
JJVP wrote:
Tass wrote:
Which tomato type is better for self-defense? The larger diameter but slower Beefsteak or the smaller but higher velocity Plum tomato? We will of course ignore frivolous calibers like the Cherry tomato as being totally inadequate for self-defense...
Canned!

Tass
No, FMJ tomatos (canned) over penetrate. OK for target practice, but not for self defense. :lol:
A mini bushel of the little grape tomatoes in the plastic breathable packaging expands well when it hits the target. Sort of like Glaser safety slugs.
Yeah - the local tomato grower threw these at me for no reason - i Had a few beers - and he just threw them at me. I think I should sue.
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Re: Trying something out

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Post by OldSchool » Wed Apr 28, 2010 9:42 pm

gigag04 wrote:Yeah - the local tomato grower threw these at me for no reason - i Had a few beers - and he just threw them at me. I think I should sue.
Just plain wrong!
1) Level of alcohol intake is not specified in the Concealed Tomato statutes. Thus, theoretically, one can be intoxicated and still carry tomatoes legally. Oh, wait, YOU were the one drunk and disorderly.
2) Concealed Tomato carriers are protected by statute from frivolous lawsuits. They cannot be sued, and any attempt becomes grounds for arrest for reckless lawsuiting. Which can be raised to Aggravated if one carries weaponized tomatoes while lawsuiting, while intoxicated.

I know all this because I read it on the Internet. :rules:

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