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07-31-2016, 05:09 PM   #28246
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That be like cooking rabbit?

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That be like cooking rabbit?
We've had pet rabbits and have shot many wild rabbits and hares. Go figure. Not that I like eating rabbit much. Shot lots of ducks - they make good eating!
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It could if you explained that all your friends here would share duties in tending it until it got bacon size? I guarantee I can make a miniature pig bacon size in no time! I have experience galore!

Just put them in a feed box and have Otis keep them locked in until they are ready to grill,

Nice one! I bet it would be no problem to get it to bacon size. Always remember the difference between a contribution and a commitment: When it comes to breakfast, a chicken makes a contribution. A pig makes a commitment.
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Here... ribs!


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A pig makes a commitment.


That would be the two legged variety, correct?
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This is the mild stuff. Habanero. Very tasty.
Tomorrow - ghost pepper.
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That would be the two legged variety, correct?
I did not say "long pig", I said "miniature pig"!
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This is the mild stuff. Habanero. Very tasty.
Tomorrow - ghost pepper.
Have you recovered from your "sort out" trip, Jim?

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Have you recovered from your "sort out" trip, Jim?
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This is the mild stuff. Habanero. Very tasty.
Tomorrow - ghost pepper.
I know this is not a photo thread, but damn, seems like you could have rotated that popcorn pic, it defies gravity!

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This is the mild stuff. Habanero. Very tasty.
Tomorrow - ghost pepper.


You're a glutton for punishment, aren't you?


Tomorrow will be the day the habenero burns a second time.


And you want to have the ghost pepper?
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That be like cooking rabbit?
Squirrels have more of a nutty flavor.....you don't need peanut oil to fry them either.

QuoteOriginally posted by Parallax Quote
This is the mild stuff. Habanero. Very tasty.
Tomorrow - ghost pepper.
Looks good...I love popcorn and can't wait to hear about the ghost pepper corn. I need to order some of that stuff for myself ......as soon as I know you have survived it.

I made it through my first day of kinder and gentler.....it was tough, but I did it! Looks like Otis would have some kind of award for me, but he said my even asking him was disgusting.
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Thinking tonight about the hot air balloon victims, in Texas. We had a similar thing happen in 2012 - very sad. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2012_Carterton_hot_air_balloon_crash
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Thinking tonight about the hot air balloon victims, in Texas.
Yes, it is my understanding that there were several young children aboard? It has not been too "newsworthy" here as you would expect, it seems that politics "trumps" everything from here to November. Little information about the victims or the circumstances has been released so far.

When you put yourself in the shoes of the parents, relatives, and friends of the victims, it is very heartbreaking.

My sisters wanted to give my Mom a balloon flight on her 85th birthday and I absolutely denied it happening. Didn't have to worry really, when my Mom hear about it she noted it was my sisters that were insane, not her.

Regards!

Being a kinder gentler Rupert...at least this month.....Otis is asking for feedback on anything I post that is not in keeping with that goal. He intends to report it promptly, collect on all the bets he has made that I won't make it...and ask Adam to ban me for life. If I slip some I hope you guys will just let it slide a little....and certainly not let on to Otis. I'm doing my best!
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