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    Quote Originally Posted by batchief99
    I know when to bring a flower and what goes with it.....White Roses with Chocolates.

    ok. chief how about roasted sea bass served on a bed of garlic-mashed potatoes drizzled with a tomato vinaigrette for dinner?



    ps. I am especially fond of extra dark truffles.


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    Quote Originally Posted by pvfire424
    If you have one of those chairs with wheels, technically , you would be rolling on the floor !

    at least I am !
    Well now as luck would have it both my chair at home AND at work have wheels on them!
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    Quote Originally Posted by superchef
    ok. chief how about roasted sea bass served on a bed of garlic-mashed potatoes drizzled with a tomato vinaigrette for dinner?

    ps. I am especially fond of extra dark truffles.
    How about a big plate of beans and wienies?
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    How about bangers and mash with homebrand vanilla icecream for desert? BEAT THAT CHEFFIE!
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    Quote Originally Posted by superchef
    ok. chief how about roasted sea bass served on a bed of garlic-mashed potatoes drizzled with a tomato vinaigrette for dinner?

    Pay those others no mind.....it does sound good!

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    Wow 98 1/2 pages.

    Will this thing go to 2000 at 100?

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    Is anyone else going to get their clubs re-gripped this year?
    And does having titanium knees give me an unfair advantage over other golfers?
    I'm not the only golfer in this thread, am I?
    Jerry; don't you have a tye-dyed golf cart?
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    I have two that need re-gripping
    If you don't do it RIGHT today, when will you have time to do it over? (Hall of Fame basketball player/coach John Wooden)

    "I may be slow, but my work is poor." Chief Dave Balding, MVFD

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    Get it up. Get it on. Get it done!

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    I've reached the conclusion it's not my clubs where the problem is coming from. I think it's my hands. Can I get them regripped? They roll when I don't want them too and they don't always hold the club the same way each time. What's with that?

    I've tried regripping the clubs and even getting a better grip on life.

    Maybe I should just enjoy being out there and not worry about the stokes.

    Like that's reality.

    I'd just like to have all the shots on one hole be good ones. What's it like to drive, chip and putt well all on one hole. Or is that just golf?

    I think I'll go clean my balls.........and clubs.

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    One should never start reading posts from the last one up. It was about four posts before I knew you were talking about golf balls and clubs.

    on another note.. it is 54F here. The sky is bright blue, the air is crisp, It is GORGEOUS. You would never know it is winter today.

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    Talking feeding time for the thread killers

    time to feed the thread..
    Citrus-Ginger chicken
    Marinate boneless chicken breasts in fresh squeezed orange juice. Grate zest from orange over chicken, grate some fresh ginger, add pinch of cayenne let marinate for 10-15 minutes. Add chicken to hot skillet along with a little of marinade so it caramelizes. Cook breasts about 3 minutes on each side to brown and caramelize. Then add rest of marinade and some champagne wine vinegar. Cover and finish cooking for about 10 minutes. When done, remove chicken from pan, reduce sauce to glaze and pour over chicken. I made some orzo, tossed some fresh parsley in it, fresh meyer lemon juice and served the chicken and sauce over it.

    Yummy yummy. (and quick).

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    Quote Originally Posted by batchief99
    Wow 98 1/2 pages.

    Will this thing go to 2000 at 100?
    YES ! ! ! !

    (Pssst, Do the math......)
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    Quote Originally Posted by hwoods
    YES ! ! ! !

    (Pssst, Do the math......)

    Is that the new math or the old math?


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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiefReason
    Is anyone else going to get their clubs re-gripped this year?
    And does having titanium knees give me an unfair advantage over other golfers?
    I'm not the only golfer in this thread, am I?
    Jerry; don't you have a tye-dyed golf cart?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiefReason
    Is anyone else going to get their clubs re-gripped this year?
    And does having titanium knees give me an unfair advantage over other golfers?
    I'm not the only golfer in this thread, am I?
    Jerry; don't you have a tye-dyed golf cart?
    CR
    I used to regrip them myself, until I found out that the golf pro shops would do it for about a buck a piece. What is the loft on your knees? I'm more military than tye-dye on the golf course. Left, right, left, right........ I love to golf, just need more time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiefReason
    Is anyone else going to get their clubs re-gripped this year?
    And does having titanium knees give me an unfair advantage over other golfers?
    I'm not the only golfer in this thread, am I?
    Jerry; don't you have a tye-dyed golf cart?
    CR
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    Quote Originally Posted by jerrygarcia
    I'm more military than tye-dye on the golf course
    So does this mean you have a camouflaged golf cart?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiefReason
    And does having titanium knees give me an unfair advantage over other golfers?

    CR

    CR, I have a titanium watchband, all it does for me is cause a pain in the butt to have adjusted!! I sincerely hope you dont need to have your titanium parts adjusted!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pvfire424
    CR, I have a titanium watchband, all it does for me is cause a pain in the butt to have adjusted!! I sincerely hope you dont need to have your titanium parts adjusted!!!

    Somehow, no matter how many times you read that one... it just doesn't sound quite right.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by jerrygarcia
    I'm more military than tye-dye on the golf course. Left, right, left, right........

    Hit it left, then chase it. Hit it right, then chase it. Hit it left, then chase it. Hit it right, then chase it. Just like the military.

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