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Discussion in 'Reloading' started by GioaJack, Feb 14, 2010.

  1. GioaJack

    GioaJack Conifer Jack

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    Great time to let 'em run for about 5 hours while the Daytona 500 festivities are on.

    Who says us old guys don't know how to multi-task... we invented it. :whistling:

    Jack
     
  2. RedHaze

    RedHaze Handgunner

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    What do Dale Earnhardt Sr. and Pink Floyd both have in common?
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    Their last big hit was The Wall...

    eh eh eh.

    I just love you Nascar guys! :tongueout:
     

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    PCJim Senior Member

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    I've a bowl of .223 being processed.....

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  4. WiskyT

    WiskyT Malcontent

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    I don't tumble and I don't watch NASCAR. Please support NASCAR with all your heart (wallet). All of your money comes here and keeps my taxes down.

    I am brasing some lamb shanks. Actually the shanks are done and I'm roasting the potatoes while the brasing liquid reduces. I got the asparagus out of the way because if I get distracted doing too much at once it gets overcooked. I'm watching Chuck Norris in "Code of Silence".
     
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    I'm watching Snipe Inside the Crosshairs for the third time tonight on the History Channel
     
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  7. GioaJack

    GioaJack Conifer Jack

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    Asparagus makes your piddle stink... Cheeseburgers and potato chips has no such ill effect.

    Chuck Norris is a wussie... did I say that out loud? :faint:

    Jack
     
  8. WiskyT

    WiskyT Malcontent

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    You might be right about the last part. He was just asking about "The woman in the black slacks." I always thought the term "slacks" was a little off.
     
  9. IndyGunFreak

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    You could add another 90min while they fixed a pothole.. man that sucked.
     
  10. byf43

    byf43 NRA Endowment Life Member

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    .45 acp in one tumbler. .223/5.56x45mm in the other.

    No NASCAR tonight.
    Watching "The Godfather" on AMC.
     
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    I thought Sunday dinner in NC always consisted of a HOG.
    Sparagus nothing, put some slaw on it & call it good.
     
  12. WiskyT

    WiskyT Malcontent

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    The only good local food, and it is good, is slow smoked pig known as barbque. Everything else is just grease and salt. Chineses grease, Italian grease, Mexican grease. Except desert, which is straight sugar. The only way to tell the difference between the restaurants here is to look at the menu. All the food tastes the same because it's the only way they'll eat it here. If food has any flavoring at all, they call it "spicy" and won't eat it. They then go to Bubba's Family Restaurant and drown everything in Texas Pete which is actually made in NC.

    The good news is I'm the worst cook in the family. I married my wife to get to my MIL's cooking and she lives down the street. As long as I can find marsala wine and some veal, we won't starve. The lamb shanks were just to try out because I never made them before.
     
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    The title should be, "Gentlemen, start your tumblers!!!!"
     
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    Hey WiskyT you will find your lamb shanks are excellent when braised like that ! Most people turn their nose up at lamb with out even trying it first.
     
  15. WiskyT

    WiskyT Malcontent

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    That's because they grew up eating ten year old mutton passed off as lamb. The only thing worse than mutton is mint jelly, which their parents would make them put on it.

    The lamb they sell as lamb today IS lamb. BTW, they were delicious. Another good deal are the boneless leg of lamb they sell bundled up in a net. They cook real fast and if you don't roast it to death, they are real good.

    Jack, that's boneless leg of lamb, not broken leg of lamb.
     
  16. GioaJack

    GioaJack Conifer Jack

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    HEY, my people eat lamb... as long as it's ground up in a nice red sauce of course. We also know how to break legs... although we simply refer to it as 'entertainment'. :whistling:

    Jack
     
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    Where I come from, your people put so much meat in their red sauce that it is brown and they call it gravy. Brosciol FTW!!!