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03-22-2016, 09:39 AM   #24706
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My dad said this a lot, haven't heard it in years.
I was with my family in Dover, Arkansas a lot. Lol. My grandma Ruth comment after seeing an acquaintance in town, a sizable woman brightly dressed. " She was wearing a pleated flowered dress.... Pure Dee Ole Yella it was..." Now my grandmama Ruth was a short sizable woman with quite sizable bust and flaming red hair.

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Trying to decide on dinner tonight. I was in Aldis yesterday...loaded up....so many choices! Maybe some Parmisan/Romana breaded Talipia filets and oven baked battered shrimp? A fruit salad and lemon cake for dessert? You think? Veggies too....gotta have veggies!
Leftovers to the raccoon momma...she loves seafood! She loves avocados like crazy.....they are so cheap at Aldis I buy them extra just for her.

What's your dinner tonight? I can change my mind.....

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So, you're saying Racer is an angel?


Well, I am.


But.


I ride the fence a bit . . . . . . . . . . . .
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What's your dinner tonight?
My monthly meal planner shows Brunswick stew for tonight, but after what Otis did for me I've changed it to fish and fries.
(maybe Velveeta cheese fries)

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QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote
My monthly meal planner shows Brunswick stew for tonight, but after what Otis did for me I've changed it to fish and fries.
(maybe Velveeta cheese fries)
I was going to say that I question any decision process that leads to NOT having Brunswick Stew, then I looked up Brunswick Stew for the heck of it and learned that it was traditionally associated with squirrel meat. I did not know this.


Mental note to myself: Stop at SCNB on the way home and pick up a buy-one-get-one of Brunswick Stew. (Relax, it's chicken.) BoGo ToGo!
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I was going to say that I question any decision process that leads to NOT having Brunswick Stew, then I looked up Brunswick Stew for the heck of it and learned that it was traditionally associated with squirrel meat. I did not know this.
There are other options.....after Otis started nibbling on Mrs Rupert's plants she started taking defensive measures.


Haven't seen him back in there since!
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and learned
Pretty sure learning anything on this thread is strictly prohibited.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Rupert Quote
she started taking defensive measures.
Mrs Bob took even more drastic measures.



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What's your dinner tonight? I can change my mind.....
Tortellini with mushroom-butter-garlic sauce.
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Pretty sure learning anything on this thread is strictly prohibited.
Not true, Bob. The prohibition is against learning (or teaching) anything useful.
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Pretty sure learning anything on this thread is strictly prohibited.
I think learning is allowed, just not learning anything useful.
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Not true, Bob. The prohibition is against learning (or teaching) anything useful.
JINX! JINX! You owe me a soda!


That was actually scary. Italics and everything. Great minds think alike, and all that.
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Damn, Todd. That's spooky!
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JINX! JINX! You owe me a soda!


That was actually scary. Italics and everything. Great minds think alike, and all that.
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Damn, Todd. That's spooky!
Make it stop! Make it stop!
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QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote
Mrs Bob took even more drastic measures.
She took a prisoner of war! There will be hell paid for that, squirrels will be multiplying like Viagra rabbits to make up the loss.

Tell her to be careful...they get madder than hell and when that door opens, you don't want to be anywhere near it...I can tell her from experience! I let one loose down at the Pak-A-Sak convenience store by the City Park and she chased me into the store. I was lucky to beat her to the door.

What was the crime committed?

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