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Old 07-01-2006, 05:42 AM   #41
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WE've enjoyed knowing you! Good luck!
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Old 07-01-2006, 08:30 AM   #42
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If I have to kill him down the road, so be it. I want this, this is the moment, and he's already
hyped on it. Thanks for your input.
Thats the spirit...If it comes to that, let me know, Ive got all sorts of ideas on the perfect murder !!
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Old 07-01-2006, 09:14 AM   #43
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If I have to kill him down the road, so be it. I want this, this is the moment, and he's already
hyped on it. Thanks for your input.
Thats the spirit...If it comes to that, let me know, Ive got all sorts of ideas on the perfect murder !![/quote:2yh9vmsq]

That's right Cappy, as John said, if worse comes to worse, give either one of us a call....there are ways around this CSI bull-shit.

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Old 07-01-2006, 12:33 PM   #44
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ROFL! Thanks but this is the south. Down here you just disappear.
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ROFL! Thanks but this is the south. Down here you just disappear.
LOL...I wish we had alligators here...
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Old 07-01-2006, 08:34 PM   #46
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ROFL! Thanks but this is the south. Down here you just disappear.
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Old 07-04-2006, 05:35 PM   #47
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hello captain, You have any idea when you might be opening up , me and my family will be down there the 2nd weekend in august and we will pay you a visit.......BIG"E"
He's at a pool party with his restaurant advisor. Call later.
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ROFL! Thanks but this is the south. Down here you just disappear.
LOL...I wish we had alligators here... [/quote:jdo3vy4i]

It's not alligators....it's pigs, absolutely no trace.
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Old 07-05-2006, 06:16 AM   #49
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no word on opening date yet, meeting with partner got postponed till
after the 4th.

When I was growing up, I was always warned, "don't fall down in the hog pen." That scared the crap out of me.
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I know I'll get yelled at for this (a little off topic), but several years ago there were two deer hunters from the Detroit area who disappeared in Northern Michigan. They were never found, and there vehicle was discovered some 14 years later. Shortly after the finding of their vehcile, the State Police arrested two brothers, who had gotten into a argument/dispute whatever with these two in the parking lot of a bar. After killing both the brothers fed the remains to the pigs on their fathers farm.

Relatives of the two finally ratted them out which led to the discovery of the truck. They excavated the the pig pen looking for bone fragments....anything, and found nothing.
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Old 07-05-2006, 03:55 PM   #51
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When I was told that, I was visiting my fake uncle on the farm. At that time I probably weighed about 60 pounds. The hogs were around 400.
I would have been just a snack.
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Around here a guy just finds an abandoned mine shaft that was dug in the 1800s. Plenty to choose from :-$ . A little TNT and the mine is closed. No more problem unless they determine later that the mine is/was/could/might be causing water pollution..... can you say Super Fund site?
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Around here a guy just finds an abandoned mine shaft that was dug in the 1800s. Plenty to choose from :-$ . A little TNT and the mine is closed. No more problem unless they determine later that the mine is/was/could/might be causing water pollution..... can you say Super Fund site?
Well... Umm.. Thanks for the invite ?!?!? 8-[ 8-[ :hide:
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ROFL! Thanks but this is the south. Down here you just disappear.
LOL...I wish we had alligators here... [/quote:19wzjdy9]

It's not alligators....it's pigs, absolutely no trace.[/quote:19wzjdy9]

I saw that in a movie once (but could not for the life of me tell you which one) freaked me out completely!
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ROFL! Thanks but this is the south. Down here you just disappear.
LOL...I wish we had alligators here... [/quote:k1abyhht]

It's not alligators....it's pigs, absolutely no trace.[/quote:k1abyhht]

I saw that in a movie once (but could not for the life of me tell you which one) freaked me out completely![/quote:k1abyhht]
Time to feed the hogs babe........



The movie was the sequel to silence of the lambs....
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Here is the design for the Capts. Restaurant.
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Here is the design for the Capts. Restaurant.

YOU CAN CALL ME MR BAM BAM RUBBLE !!! lol
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I think it shoudl be called "Cappy's Snappy Lunch"
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I think it shoudl be called "Cappy's Snappy Lunch"
Well that would tie into Mayberry...
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Call it "The Starlite" , or "Aunt Beas, oh, that's taken!
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