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Discussion in 'The 10 Ring' started by wabash, Jan 10, 2001.


  1. engineer151515

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    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0L5QC9ZJkM8"]Ed Ames Teaches Johnny Carson to Throw a Tomahawk - YouTube[/ame]
     

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    Geesie could probably do that.:nutcheck:

    Notice how Carson grabbed Ames by the sleeve to stop him from retrieving the tomahawk.:alex:

    Ed Ames was actually Jewish, as Carson discovered.
     

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    It's STILL funny !!
     
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    As long as we're tripping down memory lane, this one always makes me laugh:
    Carol Burnett Show outtakes - Tim Conway's Elephant Story
    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3qqE_WmagjY"]Carol Burnett Show outtakes - Tim Conway's Elephant Story - YouTube[/ame]
     
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    :banana:























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    at least it's not a banana...........
     
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    This actually made me laugh.

    I guess I'm just relieved to have all the new Wilson and Bar-Sto parts in my 1911s, and be done with waiting and get on to more testing. Ironically, my wife and I are going to the range tomorrow, and we'll only have time to shoot clay birds. :dunno:
     
  9. VN350X10

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    Got any recipies for those clay birds ?

    I hear that you have to cook them well done to get them tender........


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    Crock pot, LOTs of vegetables
     
  11. VN350X10

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    sounds like a good start.......
     
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    http://www.saveur.com/article/Recipes/Chicken-Cooked-in-Clay

    ....Roll three-quarters of the clay out on plastic to a large rectangle about 1/4" thick and put wrapped chicken in center. Seal chicken in clay with no foil showing. Shape some of the remaining clay to make it resemble a chicken head and tail feathers and attach them to clay-wrapped chicken body....
    :eat:
     
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    So it taste like Clay?:wow:

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    That's discusting.
     
  15. VN350X10

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    appetite lost @ chicken.....
     
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    I am somehow reminded of my grandfather's recipie for fresh caught campfire cooked carp.

    Clean carp

    stuff with onions lemon and dust with salt,pepper and flour.

    find 1x6" board.

    Nail carp at head and tail to board.

    prop or bury one end of board so fis is facing campfire at about 45 degress abouth 12" from good banked coals


    allow to cook for 1/2 hr or more, keeping hot coals at consistant distance,for even cooking.

    When carp is done remove carp from board, cut board into bite-sized pieces and serve over rice.
     
  17. VN350X10

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    similar to my granny's, it called for shredding the board & making gravy !




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  18. ChuteTheMall

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    What a load of carp!














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    I just put the recipie up for the halibut, the thread was floundering.
     
  20. VN350X10

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    a pun that bad could leave you hanging on the North end of the Lagoon.......



    by a thread.