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05-26-2019, 04:25 PM - 3 Likes   #67171
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Supper was sooooo good...Darth pulls through again

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Supper was sooooo good...Darth pulls through again
Oh yeah. That looks gooooood!

Easy to tell which portion was yours, Charlie
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Taters are easy peasy...wrap em or not, makes no difference to me
Me too.

Raw and nekkid.

Or wrapped up and sweaty.

I'll figure out how to enjoy them either way.
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Supper was sooooo good...Darth pulls through again
Is that a live edge table Charlie?

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Annie and I went out for a curry on Friday evening.
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Annie and I went out for a curry on Friday evening.
Nice ... what's under the spinach, Mark? Potato? Or meat, of some description?
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With the colder weather, Polly the greyhound is somewhat less scared of Milo the cat.
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Nice ... what's under the spinach, Mark? Potato? Or meat, of some description?
That's chicken saagwala, Mike. It's a rich, flavoursome spinach curry.

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Just so we are clear, this is a Cool Shirt™ system.



Drivers wear them under the fire retardent Nomex™ suit. Ice is put in the box, and an alcohol based fluid is circulated through coils in it, through the lines sewn into the shirt, and back to the ice.
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That's chicken saagwala, Mike. It's a rich, flavoursome spinach curry.
Lovely I've had a local version of that dish. I love spinach, served up just about any way possible...
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Just so we are clear, this is a Cool Shirt™ system.



Drivers wear them under the fire retardent Nomex™ suit. Ice is put in the box, and an alcohol based fluid is circulated through coils in it, through the lines sewn into the shirt, and back to the ice.
Does it get warm in the Nomex suit?
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Lovely I've had a local version of that dish. I love spinach, served up just about any way possible...
It was. I love spinach. It was meant to be the lamb, but the server's mistake did not bother me. The chicken was lovely.
I ordered it "medium" but I should have asked for "Indian medium" as "Kiwi medium" is really very mild.
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Is that a live edge table Charlie?
Yup! :-)
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Just as I'm about to pull you up for a political post, you outsmart me by using the WIWBAK3 thread. Clever, Norm... very clever... But you'll break cover soon.... I just know it
As it is, I'm still sitting in the bushes, waiting for an opportunity to strike. I better check my demerit points.
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Yup! :-)
Way cool.

I tried to sell Mrs. Racer 2.0 on the idea, but began the introduction on a not so well worded verbal description of "live edge".

She dug her heels in.

I really like natural wood finishes, and it pains me to see people paint wood that has such beautiful grain. Oiled, stained, then finished somehow to protect the wood.

Enjoy the natural beauty.
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