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Old 06-08-2008, 06:03 PM   #1
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Steps to take during a tornado warning.......

Coals were already lit when the beast came down upon us.
I couldn't waste a whole chimney of coals....so I cooked
Sirens blaring...wind blowin'.....trees a bendin'...........
Puffy make wingy.
Marinated in Eytalian dressing and sprinkled with Billy Bone's rub.
Used SBR'S cut with honey for thee sauce.
Had to do it quick.....real quick!




Steps for tornado warning are shown here in order.........









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Old 06-08-2008, 06:13 PM   #2
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Hmmmm they look really good!
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Old 06-08-2008, 06:31 PM   #3
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good lookin' flappers !!
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They do look great Poofy!

WRO would have scared the tornado away.
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They do look great Poofy!

WRO would have scared the tornado away.
Wish I had some...........
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Old 06-08-2008, 08:01 PM   #6
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hardcore. i'd have just pissed my pants
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Looks fine, We BBQ during hurricanes too
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Old 06-09-2008, 08:27 AM   #8
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I thought this was going to be the one about:

1. Bend over at the waist.
2. Place your head firmly between your thighs.
3. Kiss your @$$ goodbye!

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Sounds like an exciting cook Puff...nice job.
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Old 06-09-2008, 02:50 PM   #10
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Thanks everyone.
Another round of storms coming tonight.
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The wings look great. You guys down in America have been getting pounded weather-wise lately.
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The wings look great. You guys down in America have been getting pounded weather-wise lately.
The weather is unbelievable. We went from winter to summer.
Still shoveling white snot up there Griff?
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Steps in the right direction if you ask me.
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Still shoveling white snot up there Griff?
It's been cold here. (This is where Nick or Bruce should chime in "You live in Alaska for crying out loud", or words to that effect.) Been in the 50's during the day and high 30's or low 40's at night. An article in the paper last Thursday said some parts of town had frost 8" below the surface.
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see cooking fast is not that bad . LOL.
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Still shoveling white snot up there Griff?
It's been cold here. (This is where Nick or Bruce should chime in "You live in Alaska for crying out loud", or words to that effect.) Been in the 50's during the day and high 30's or low 40's at night. An article in the paper last Thursday said some parts of town had frost 8" below the surface.
Griff it seems to me Alaska would be a great place to visit.........living there you'd have to be a hearty soul.
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Griff, you live in Alaska for crying out loud!
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Still shoveling white snot up there Griff?
It's been cold here. (This is where Nick or Bruce should chime in "You live in Alaska for crying out loud", or words to that effect.) Been in the 50's during the day and high 30's or low 40's at night. An article in the paper last Thursday said some parts of town had frost 8" below the surface.
So as not to disappoint..."You live in frickin' Alaska for God's sake, WTF do you expect?
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