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victor809 Offline
#301 Posted:
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I talked to tw... he said he's still trying to get an erection so he can send you the pics you asked for drafter... he's too embarrassed to come back until he's successful.

He said it'd help if you sent him more photos of your moobs...
elRopo Online
#302 Posted:
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MACS wrote:
That's what you get for buying electric... crazy.

WSM 22" at Home Depot. I'll go with you and my 10% military discount drops the price from $400 to $360. BigGrin


Best damned smoker on the planet right there!
Cook anything from 1/2 a chicken to 1/2 a cow.
Perfect every time!

And with minimal care should last forever.
gummy jones Offline
#303 Posted:
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MACS wrote:
That's what you get for buying electric... crazy.

WSM 22" at Home Depot. I'll go with you and my 10% military discount drops the price from $400 to $360. BigGrin


another vote for the wsm 22"
DrafterX Offline
#304 Posted:
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victor809 wrote:
I talked to tw... he said he's still trying to get an erection..



well, I hope you give him his money back... Not talking
8trackdisco Offline
#305 Posted:
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tonygraz wrote:
Mornin' - It's National Animal Crackers Day


A holiday for white trash dogs?!

'Merika!
8trackdisco Offline
#306 Posted:
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You damned guys and your smokers. Do you also have a regular charcoal or gas grill too?

What if you want to grill a couple half pound Berger? Do you put them in you wsm 22 for eight hours?
DrafterX Offline
#307 Posted:
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I heard TW uses a George Foreman to cook his burgers... Mellow
bgz Offline
#308 Posted:
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Sounds expensive, how much does he pay him per hour?

Is it the elder George, or one of his kids?
victor809 Offline
#309 Posted:
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I heard drafter just puts the patties between his butt cheeks and does squats for 10 minutes to cook his burgers....
gummy jones Offline
#310 Posted:
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8trackdisco wrote:
You damned guys and your smokers. Do you also have a regular charcoal or gas grill too?

What if you want to grill a couple half pound Berger? Do you put them in you wsm 22 for eight hours?


8-10
DrafterX Offline
#311 Posted:
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victor809 wrote:
I heard drafter just puts the patties between his butt cheeks and does squats for 10 minutes to cook his burgers....



Do you have any thoughts at all that don't involve meat between the butt cheeks..?? Not talking
elRopo Online
#312 Posted:
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8trackdisco wrote:
You damned guys and your smokers. Do you also have a regular charcoal or gas grill too?

What if you want to grill a couple half pound Berger? Do you put them in you wsm 22 for eight hours?


Yes, you still need a grill.

I have both gas and charcoal grills, never use the gas though except to keep stuff warm.

You can smoke small amounts of meat on the charcoal grill but its a PITA. Use it for steaks or chicken mainly.

The WSM is only for smoking. I guess you could grill on the bottom fire bowl but you'd need to take it apart to do that. Not worth the effort.

If you want to smoke ribs, turkey, ham, brisket, or pork butts, the WSM can't be beat IMO.
And, its big enough to do them all together.

Set it and forget it!
Herfing
DrafterX Offline
#313 Posted:
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Never Forget.... Mellow
frankj1 Offline
#314 Posted:
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DrafterX wrote:
Do you have any thoughts at all that don't involve meat between the butt cheeks..?? Not talking

hysterical
elRopo Online
#315 Posted:
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DrafterX wrote:
Do you have any thoughts at all that don't involve meat between the butt cheeks..?? Not talking

A dirty mind is a terrible thing to waste. Anxious
tonygraz Offline
#316 Posted:
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Where is TW ? Did he run off to Mississippi with his newfound sister ?
MACS Offline
#317 Posted:
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8trackdisco wrote:
You damned guys and your smokers. Do you also have a regular charcoal or gas grill too?

What if you want to grill a couple half pound Berger? Do you put them in you wsm 22 for eight hours?


Yes. I just got a new stainless grill, with side burner and sear burner, at Sam's Club.
SmokeMonkey Offline
#318 Posted:
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Only one grill and it's charcoal. I like smoked meats, just not enough to do it.
8trackdisco Offline
#319 Posted:
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SmokeMonkey wrote:
Only one grill and it's charcoal. I like smoked meats, just not enough to do it.


That is where I am. That and a cholesterol that bordered on 300 at one time, it's a bad investment for me. Maybe a better one for my wife. Anxious
elRopo Online
#320 Posted:
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SmokeMonkey wrote:
Only one grill and it's charcoal. I like smoked meats, just not enough to do it.

Its a great excuse to sit outside, smoke cigars and drink beer all day. Beer
delta1 Offline
#321 Posted:
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+1 ^^^ ThumpUp Beer Herfing fog


Got a natural gas grill for steaks, burgers, chops, chicken and fish, plus veggies. Love the smoker for ribs, butts, brisket, tri-tip, fish, whole chickens and turkey. I've used the electric smoker for so long with great results that I'm reluctant to switch. Gonna experiment making jerky.

No GFI...gonna have to fix that...
elRopo Online
#322 Posted:
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delta1 wrote:
+1 ^^^ ThumpUp Beer Herfing fog


Got a natural gas grill for steaks, burgers, chops, chicken and fish, plus veggies. Love the smoker for ribs, butts, brisket, tri-tip, fish, whole chickens and turkey. I've used the electric smoker for so long with great results that I'm reluctant to switch. Gonna experiment making jerky.

No GFI...gonna have to fix that...


Had an electric many years ago, don't remember the brand but it looked like a galvanized trash can.

Had the same problem with breakers. GFCI are safest but very finicky. Couple of times it tripped in the middle of a cook and I didn't catch it right away. Ended up putting a lamp on the circuit so I could see it from a distance.

It cooked well and I used it until i loaned it to one of my kids and it....never came back.

For me the WSM is the best choice. I can load it up and literally forget about it for eight hours. It just chugs along at 225° without any attention from me.

I also have a offset pipe smoker that I haven't used since I got the WSM, just use it to store pans and utensils in. If it wasn't so damned heavy I'd prolly haul it out to the curb.


Angel
MACS Offline
#323 Posted:
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Yep... once you get the bottom vents dialed in, it's pretty effortless.
8trackdisco Offline
#324 Posted:
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Here we go Wednesday.
SmokeMonkey Offline
#325 Posted:
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Good morning, y'all
DrafterX Offline
#326 Posted:
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Cool Dudes..
gummy jones Offline
#327 Posted:
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good morning
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#328 Posted:
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Morning
tonygraz Offline
#329 Posted:
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Mornin' - It's National Amaretto Day, National Garlic Day, National Hanging Out Day and National Oklahoma City Bombing Commemoration Day.

A little cold this morning for me to have it hanging out.
bgz Offline
#330 Posted:
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tonygraz wrote:
Mornin' - It's National Amaretto Day, National Garlic Day, National Hanging Out Day and National Oklahoma City Bombing Commemoration Day.

A little cold this morning for me to have it hanging out.



I got nothing.
RMAN4443 Offline
#331 Posted:
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bgz wrote:
I got nothing.



Well then you probably won't be hanging it out..... Anxious
dstieger Offline
#332 Posted:
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bgz wrote:
I got nothing.


Hank surrogate?
victor809 Offline
#333 Posted:
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Poor hank...
delta1 Offline
#334 Posted:
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He may have been a shorty, he may've been heavy, he may've been unsteady, but he never said he was poor...
DrafterX Offline
#335 Posted:
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pizza pizza.... Mellow
victor809 Offline
#336 Posted:
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Mom's back in hospice. No longer can swallow without aspirating... so the options are feeding tube or hospice. Looks like this is coming to an end.
gummy jones Offline
#337 Posted:
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lifted legs today (including squats) for the first time in months
i feel awful
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#338 Posted:
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victor809 wrote:
Mom's back in hospice. No longer can swallow without aspirating... so the options are feeding tube or hospice. Looks like this is coming to an end.

Been down this road. Feel for you.
frankj1 Offline
#339 Posted:
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victor809 wrote:
Mom's back in hospice. No longer can swallow without aspirating... so the options are feeding tube or hospice. Looks like this is coming to an end.

how aware is she? and your father

rough stuff Victor, sorry brother. You've given a lot more than many would...or could.
victor809 Offline
#340 Posted:
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Unknown... basically only stares forward... or stares at you...
Can't communicate in any way including facial expressions.

One has no idea how much she understands of anything said to or around her.

I don't think I've done much. But life has a way of ensuring i was only able to travel there rather than move.
DrafterX Offline
#341 Posted:
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Pray
SmokeMonkey Offline
#342 Posted:
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Sorry, Victor. That's a terrible thing to go through. Thoughts with you and your parents.
victor809 Offline
#343 Posted:
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We all have to go through it... one way or another.
gummy jones Offline
#344 Posted:
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Craig's q and a this week likely helps with lines of questioning many of us share



http://www.reasonablefaith.org/should-ot-difficulties-be-an-obstacle-to-christian-belief
delta1 Offline
#345 Posted:
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damm, sad news, victor...we must get together to chat, have some smokes and some drinks and some eats, and go fishing...
danmdevries Offline
#346 Posted:
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Sad news vic.

Glad to hear you're seeking comfort for her and not prolonging the inevitable. I'm often forced into the latter. Despite buying time, it does not help the family and friends with closure and only puts the patient through hell.

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#347 Posted:
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Morning everybody.

Thursday again.

Got an informal job interview this morning. Lots of things pushing me away from this place, but I've got a kickass schedule and nearly limitless overtime available. So I'm meeting tomorrow to see if I'd be able to keep those things, but in a different unit. If not, might give up the schedule and overtime for a different position altogether. Not sure if I want to do 9-5 mon-Fri again though.
SmokeMonkey Offline
#348 Posted:
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Good morning, y'all
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#349 Posted:
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44 and thunder.
DrafterX Offline
#350 Posted:
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Cool Dudes..
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