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    Ironic, isn't it? Here we have a thread about killing threads, posted to by people who kill threads, and I'll bet this thing will go on forever...
    69 pages later yes....its on its way
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    Back home (Atlanta) we've got The Varsity...known for the world's greasiest chili dawg. Dang they're good, but one's all you need to have indigestion for life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiefReason
    So; what's goin' on? We still trying to kill this thread? Plan on doin' it with hot dogs?
    Hmmmm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ladder8
    Spam dogs...with a fig newton chaser...
    Don't forget the buttermilk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skyraider
    Back home (Atlanta) we've got The Varsity...known for the world's greasiest chili dawg. Dang they're good, but one's all you need to have indigestion for life.
    Been there, done that.

    BURP! ( )


    Add to your list of must have meals - Woofie's hot dogs in St. Louis. . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrIrons
    I bet turkey hot dogs could kill it.....
    Naw; it would just give it the turkey trots!
    Anyone ever burp and fart at the same time?
    I've sneezed and farted at the same time.
    For that brief moment, I don't feel in control.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiefReason
    Naw; it would just give it the turkey trots!
    Anyone ever burp and fart at the same time?
    I've sneezed and farted at the same time.For that brief moment, I don't feel in control.
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    Seems like this only happens at the most inopportune time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiefReason
    Naw; it would just give it the turkey trots!
    Anyone ever burp and fart at the same time?
    I've sneezed and farted at the same time.
    For that brief moment, I don't feel in control.
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    LMAO........

    BTW, Mark.........no 3rd fire last nite! Glad too, ma arse wuz draggin..
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    Quote Originally Posted by arhaney
    LMAO........

    BTW, Mark.........no 3rd fire last nite! Glad too, ma arse wuz draggin..
    Are you still doing the swat and drag shuffle?
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    Quote Originally Posted by spearsm
    Are you still doing the swat and drag shuffle?

    Nope, but I did dream about pumping the backpack sprayer and talking on the radio at the same time!

    As the old saying goes, busier than a one legged man at a butt kicking contest!

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    It never fails, the pack that I pick up seems to have a ***** hole 1" above the crack of the ole arse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spearsm
    It never fails, the pack that I pick up seems to have a ***** hole 1" above the crack of the ole arse.
    Does this involve scooting your butt across the carpet?
    Or some other form of physics?
    Burl Ives could sure fill a room, couldn't he?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiefReason
    Does this involve scooting your butt across the carpet?
    Or some other form of physics?
    Burl Ives could sure fill a room, couldn't he?
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    Default TOD 11-13-05 2020hrs

    Run a strip; Cover the monitor.
    Central advise LC1.

    Holy crap! I killed what appeared couldn't be killed.

    My mother always said I was special.
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    Sorry spearsm it was only in a brief coma. Two days is way to short to think this thread is dead.

    Of course not to many people are ready to jump in and comment on scooting your butt across the floor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PFDTruck2
    Sorry spearsm it was only in a brief coma. Two days is way to short to think this thread is dead.

    Of course not to many people are ready to jump in and comment on scooting your butt across the floor.
    Well, my legs are a little short....It just appears that I am dragging my butt across the carpet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PFDTruck2
    Sorry spearsm it was only in a brief coma. Two days is way to short to think this thread is dead.

    Of course not to many people are ready to jump in and comment on scooting your butt across the floor.
    I dunno, That could be a title for a Country Song....... "Butt Scootin Boogie....."

    (And for god's sake, don't tell Ronnie Dunn.....)
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    Default why spend $$ on tickets?

    I live about two miles southeast of PacBell Park. The Stones are playing again tonight. I can HEAR them from my apartment. It would not be so bad if I was not trying to study.


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    Cheffie,

    What are you studying?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PFDTruck2
    Cheffie,

    What are you studying?
    I am studying for my Bachelors Degree in Fire Science.

    I know I am nuts but I love it although currently I am beating my head against the wall as I cannot get going on my final research paper for my fire prevention management class. it's ok. I do my best work when I am nuts!!!

    anyone want to go nuts with me?



    and I cook. what more could you ask for!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by superchef
    I do my best work when I am nuts!!!

    anyone want to go nuts with me?


    and I cook. what more could you ask for!!!!
    You too? I'm nuts already...I'll wait for you... What'cha cookin' for the journey?
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    Lightbulb Hey Hon, Here's an Idea For Your Research..........

    Quote Originally Posted by superchef
    I am studying for my Bachelors Degree in Fire Science.

    I know I am nuts but I love it although currently I am beating my head against the wall as I cannot get going on my final research paper for my fire prevention management class. it's ok. I do my best work when I am nuts!!!

    anyone want to go nuts with me?
    Research Paper - In our area at least, I see an increase in Fires, Injuries, and Deaths due to Fires caused by improper use of Candles. Maybe it's only my perception, maybe it's a trend, I'm not sure. BUT, Press reports mention candles far too often. With our relatively temperate climate, you can get your Electric Service cut off for nonpayment in April, then run on candles until Cold Weather returns in November or December.
    (Side Note - It's Nov. 16th, 08:00 EST, and the Temp is 69 degrees F.)
    Death and injury numbers from Candle accidents or misuse are a bit hard to pin down, but I'm trying to get a handle on it. One thing, the majority of the Candle Fires are in the less affluent neighborhoods, as one might expect.
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    Talking 7:13 AM 56F the sun is rising on a bright blue sky, the weatehr warms up

    I gave up last night and decided to enjoy the free Stones concert. I will have to say for a bunch of aging rockers, they still have energy. They played for three hours straight. I could heard almost all of it from my apartment. The final song..... ..

    "Satisfaction"

    Thanks for the info Chief. I may be using Glenn Dale and PG County as the basis for my paper. I have discuss how to plan a fire prevention program for a specific community and the fire prevention challenges of that community. Right now all I have is a headache from beating my head against the wall in attempting to get started on this.

    now back to the land of insanity. (or is this the land of insanity?)


    PS. San Francisco was in the mid 70sF yesterday and should be about all week.

    who's coming over for crab this weekend?
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    Quote Originally Posted by superchef

    PS. San Francisco was in the mid 70sF yesterday and should be about all week.
    It was 76 in NW Tennessee yesterday (although it was a bit windy ). It's 46 now on its way to 26 tonight.
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    It was 73 today in New Jersey.

    To think everyone thought this thread would die before 500.
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