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03-27-2015, 08:59 PM - 1 Like   #16036
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I finally found what they make Potted Meat out of.....the big rolls under the chin of special saggy-chinned cattle! Delicious stuff, no wonder it is such a delicacy!


I bet this guys alone could make a couple of cases of delicious Potted Meat? Served on white or wheat with a fat slice of Velveeta, it is fit for a king!

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Well, you know the saying, "Admitting to the problem is the first step to recovery".
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QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote
. . . . . . . . if it was made from Velveeta curds.
There's Velveeta curds?

Say it ain't so!
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Snapshots from MATS today. Even got a pic of a coworker with some guys who drive on ice. He was pretty happy. https://www.facebook.com/scottywbishop/posts/10206540109201149
Tried to see the MATS shots, but the link only shows me a page with an infrared looking landscape shot, a picture of Darth Vader, and some links to favorites on one side and other guys with your name on the other side.

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I tried attracting some Grey Jays using nuts (not cheap ones either) and other substances but they only came for the cheese. Smart birds...




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Great pictures, Norm!
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Great pictures, Norm!
Thanks for saying so Tina.
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Norm always has great photos....even little Orphan Squirrels know that and have search engines that look for his work here.

I'm going to prepare some Velveeta pieces for my new stray chicken....I am betting he will love them. Anyone wanna bet?



He's smart enough to stand on one leg, so he must be smart enough to know Velveeta is a true delicacy?


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BTW- How smart are chickens? Some are smart enough to be here at PentaxForums.......although we don't have many here we do have a few!
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03-28-2015, 08:13 AM   #16044
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Rupert, I've never tried cheese - let me know how he likes it. I have given my chickens plain yogurt with their regular food before. They loved it. You have to be careful, or they'll get spoiled. Lol
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QuoteOriginally posted by Rupert Quote
Norm always has great photos....
Youse absolutely right there!

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He's smart enough to stand on one leg, so he must be smart enough to know Velveeta is a true delicacy?
Unless you happen to notice your BBQ smoking and one of your smart-#ss l'il fur-balls cooking up a solitary drumstick.

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I've heard stories about that, but now that I have read it, all I can say is WTF.



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The axe missed the jugular vein, leaving one ear and most of the brain stem intact.[2][3]

Despite Olsen's failed attempt to behead Mike, Mike was still able to balance on a perch and walk clumsily. He attempted to preen, peck for food, and crow, though with limited success; his "crowing" consisted of a gurgling sound made in his throat.[2]

When Mike did not die, Mr. Olsen decided to continue to care permanently for the bird.
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I've heard stories about that, but now that I have read it, all I can say is WTF.
OK, I just now clicked that link.... +1 your response
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I tried attracting some Grey Jays using nuts (not cheap ones either) and other substances but they only came for the cheese. Smart birds ...
Are you using a tripod head as a bird feeder?!
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I've heard stories about that, but now that I have read it, all I can say is WTF.
It gets worse.
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QuoteOriginally posted by r0ckstarr Quote
I've heard stories about that, but now that I have read it, all I can say is WTF.
QuoteOriginally posted by TinaS Quote
OK, I just now clicked that link.... +1 your response
And the winner is . . . . . . . .

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This is a good example of central motor generators enabling basic homeostatic functions to be carried out in the absence of the cerebral cortex.
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