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The big easy kicks butt. Make a water and tony chachere's mixture and inject it into the bird. 10 minutes a pound maybe a bit more if done in really cold weather. Whatever it takes to get to 165...
Another neat one from a while back.
Time traveling hipster/groover dude.
A quote from the comments
"I think his point there is that we have already lived through the small transistor radio...
It is a neat piece. Some of the other sites I visit speculate on radios or a hearing aid for the time. I didn't think the were portable ones at that time but apparently there were.
Have the P3AT and am a bit less than impressed. Bought it more of a novelty than to carry. Have had a few failure to fires at the range. If you are really interested in the keltec there is a KTOG...
Interesting to learn. I like the stat and it works well. I knew going in that the stat didn't have the same screen response as a iPhone. The screen does not reliably work for me, but works...
I installed one myself about 2 weeks ago. Same issues. Nothing else to offer.
I do like the interface, but it doesn't always work for me. Mostly use the iPhone for that though. iPhone app is...
That neato. I have a shotgun from when I was shooting sporting clays with a sticker on it with some arrows and "this end towards target".
May as well have a little fun in life.
09-24-2010, 05:58 PM
Well, always learn something new everyday. The torch is better than chemicals? Would not have thought that.
09-24-2010, 11:25 AM
In regards to the Water Sabre mentioned above, does it really have enough umph to clean under mowers and 4 wheelers?
I would like a multipurpose tool for cleaning things. I occasionally get dirty...
There was a thread that went on for a literal 10 years on a truck website about a guy who rhino lined his hand to his whenis. Doing a bed liner job and went for a whizz. Opps.
I always start with a little plan and then start throwing stuff in. I don't get people that are scared to experiment with food. Its food; not pouring concrete or building a house. ...
I am not in the market for a meter, but wanted to see what the fuss was about.
Looks to be a nice meter.
I would just like to pass along a suggestion to the website people that a...
Thank you for replying and saying what needed to be said. I have learned a lot from your site and will learn more as the opportunity presents itself.
I am sorry to hear of your health failing. ...
09-09-2010, 10:59 AM
Thanks for the replies. I will do some reading. I realize it now to be the variables in HVAC Calc. I just didn't know their proper name.
It is fascinating to see how things play out in that...
09-09-2010, 12:22 AM
Darrel, I've read you reference these HTM multipliers a few times, but don't know what that means. The Googles do nothing.
Are you refering to the variables regarding infiltration in a program...
09-01-2010, 09:51 PM
I feel for you guys selling / bidding these jobs. What people want is so subjective and often contrary to there best interests.
As far as cool and comfort, my handy dandy testo 605-h2 is reading...
Hope you didn't clock a day laborer with your sailing manifold.
08-09-2010, 12:58 PM
Any of you guys make some big honking wind chimes with empty cylinders?
that seems like it would be a neat addition to the patio or man cave.
A little monofilament, some 1x2s and whamo,...
08-09-2010, 12:41 PM
The same film that I used,Madico SRS220, also comes in a external version.
I am very happy with this film and highly recommend it. My guy was really pushing the ceramics as they are not much...
08-09-2010, 11:56 AM
I have replaced most of my windows with vinyl (3 doors (wood to metal) and nice storm doors also) and tinted them. I have a 80" x 110" patio door (south facing) that I cannot afford to replace and...
yes excellent show.
I understand it has been picked up for another season. I look forward to watching it. Love the characters; wish they would tell us more about some of the guys.
RRA makes some very nice AR15 units. I have a few. No M4's as I don't really care for the style, but the basics are all the same.
I have bought from these people ...
09-05-2008, 10:13 AM
About 12 - 13 years ago I used to work in the girls dorms at USL in Lafayette, and I swear that Formica Dinnete was one of the names on the dorm lists. I have told that story for many...
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