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Old 02-10-2007, 07:34 AM   #1
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Its a small world

My Captain's son is in the Cub Scouts and last night was their anual banquet dinner. We got to go as a Engine Company and to my surprise John Atkins of Pigs on the Run competition team was doing the meat.

He did Pork Loin and chicken. It was a treat to eat someone elses BBQ. After cooking all day the last thing I want to do is eat.

Nice job John.
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Old 02-10-2007, 07:54 AM   #2
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It depends on what you would consider to be "small" , you see the world is actually over 24,000 miles in diameter, mow if you were say 17,280,000 miles tall, the world would indeed seem small, like .01" to you now. But, to us "regular people" it really is........HUGE!!!!!!
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That's cool...so how was the grub?
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That's cool...so how was the grub?
It was good. I think the chicken was on the money. The pork was a tad dry for me. I like brinning my loins. Sure does help in the moister department. All the sides were passing dishes. Some great, and some not. BUT thats the way passing dishes go.


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It depends on what you would consider to be "small" , you see the world is actually over 24,000 miles in diameter, mow if you were say 17,280,000 miles tall, the world would indeed seem small, like .01" to you now. But, to us "regular people" it really is........HUGE!!!!!!
You need a NAP!
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Old 02-11-2007, 08:11 AM   #5
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How has john been? It must have been fun to watch him cooking did you try to help?
Well well well, look what the cat dragged in. How ya been Hoss?

Nope, didnt have to offer my help. We got there at serving time and got a call as we were finishing up our plates. We did get the left overs sent over to the fire house. We are having smoked chicken and loin for dinner .
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Old 02-11-2007, 12:00 PM   #6
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Well, if you are in Tucson, be certain to go to El Charro and get the Carne Seca plate! One of my favorite cities and one of my favorite restaraunts! My dad lives in the Santa Catalina foothills and I get there at least once a year. Jane, who occasionally posts here, is also out there. Woody
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Hoss,
Did the cat really drag you in. They ain't big fans of cats here

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The ability to cause a fire is inversely proportional to the desire to start one...kinda of like getting pregent
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Hoss,
Did the cat really drag you in. They ain't big fans of cats here

BTTG,
The ability to cause a fire is inversely proportional to the desire to start one...kinda of like getting pregent
Kinda lost me there buddy. [smilie=a_hrm.gif] [smilie=a_whyme.gif] :scratch
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Well to show you how small it really is, this moring I got a PM from a member on this board wanting to know if I knew an "Inken Prochilo" from Northport. She had just won an auction from him on ebay. Well it was my wife, now thats a small world!
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Glad you liked it! ALso, try Caruso's for great Italian. Another great Mex joint is El Minuto near downtown.
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