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Old 09-12-2015, 10:47 AM   #1
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Another guy from MI

Hi. This is the fourth BBQ forum I've joined in as many months. Why? Well, it turns out I can't stand elitist, narcissistic jerks. Grand Poobahs and their butt-sucking minions don't interest me.

Who'da thunk it?

I don't know everything, but I know enough to be useful.

I can admit that not all of my cooks turned out the way I want. I do not understand people who can't.

I have opinions and am not afraid to share. We might debate, we might disagree. The world won't end.

I grill on both charcoal and gas. I have smoked with charcoal, wood, electric, and gas. Your choice of fuel doesn't cause me to think you're an idiot. I hope my choice doesn't bother you.

I've read through the forum. I like the fact that everyone isn't doing their best to be perfectly polite or politically correct. It appears to be a small place, but that's ok. I'd rather connect with a few real people.

I hope I'm in the right spot.
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Old 09-12-2015, 01:56 PM   #2
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where in Mich you from?
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Milan.
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Used to race there in the early 90's

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I see your experience with smoking goes back quite a ways!


Oddly enough I've never been there. I grew up in Belleville, and it seems like we went to the Detroit Dragway 4 or 5 times a season but never Milan. I'm talking old days, Don Garlits, Roger Lindamood, etc. I remember when Done Prudhomme and Tom Mcewen were billed as the 'Snake' and the 'Mongoose' by Revell, who mostly wanted to sell model car kits!

I'm right in town, probably 3 or 4 miles away. On a still and heavy night I can just barely hear them if top fuel are running.
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The food there was better then the races...LOL
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I can't remember what food we got at DD. Probably hot dogs or something.


Plank Road is in such bad shape I don't know how they convince anyone to even go there.
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LoL, Plank Road is never gonna change, unless they convert it back to dirt. Milan you say? Petersburg here.... Anywho, can't wait to see what kind of foodporn you post...
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Anywho, can't wait to see what kind of foodporn you post...
Thanks. It won't be as nice looking as what I've seen here. I am REALLY REALLY REALLY good at taking snapshots. I am decidedly not a photographer.
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Old 09-13-2015, 01:38 PM   #10
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Does not matter that they are great pictures, or have great presentation, just make sure they are in focus.
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