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Old 11-13-2019, 06:06 PM   #2221
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I'm generally pro adding bacon to any meal, but I find wrapping things in bacon to be overrated. Mostly because the bacon and whatever it is wrapping tend to need different cooking times, so one of them is always off. You inevitably get chewy bacon or overcooked whatever.
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Old 11-13-2019, 08:07 PM   #2222
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Re:Shrimp
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That is all.
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Old 11-13-2019, 08:09 PM   #2223
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So is bacon
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Old 11-14-2019, 05:58 AM   #2224
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I'm generally pro adding bacon to any meal, but I find wrapping things in bacon to be overrated. Mostly because the bacon and whatever it is wrapping tend to need different cooking times, so one of them is always off. You inevitably get chewy bacon or overcooked whatever.
Slightly under cook bacon on one side, then wrap cooked side towards what's being wrapped, leaving raw side outwards.
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Old 11-14-2019, 08:24 PM   #2225
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I dont know why, but those Foxbody Mustangs were really sleek. They're not a particularly stylish car overall but I love them which is why I've always been loathe to part with mine.



I've been storing it for a while so I'm sure the body is in less than great shape, but I fire it up and go for a rip every now and then.



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Old 11-14-2019, 09:03 PM   #2226
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‘Stang but I can’t part with it. It’s getting a new radiator next week, but the body work is going to be the killer. I think parts might start to fall off soon. I backed into a tree at a campsite in the middle of the night and can’t roll the back window down. Pfffftttttt

That's older than OJ's Bronco.
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Old 11-14-2019, 10:17 PM   #2227
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That's older than OJ's Bronco.


Was it his or Al Cowling's Bronco?
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Old 11-14-2019, 10:54 PM   #2228
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Was it his or Al Cowling's Bronco?
Most definitely Al's. I typed Al Cowling's but it just seemed more like OJ's. That must have been a weird weird drive.
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Old 11-14-2019, 11:09 PM   #2229
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There's no nutritional value. It's exoskeleton.
Not true, Shrimp shells, including the tails, are actually very beneficial

So much so that a pharmaceutical company is producing lowering blood pressure pills made from shrimp shells

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I find it weird that people drive the cars they drive. Like some cars just suck. Yet people buy those sucky cars. You can look online and find what cars suck the most. So why would you go out and buy the suckiest car that ever sucked? It just makes no sense to me.
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Old 11-15-2019, 07:49 AM   #2231
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I find it weird that people drive the cars they drive. Like some cars just suck. Yet people buy those sucky cars. You can look online and find what cars suck the most. So why would you go out and buy the suckiest car that ever sucked? It just makes no sense to me.
A lot of people aren't overly educated when it comes to cars. My brother's girlfriend bought a Nissan Versa because her dad owned Nissans and she thought being Japanese that it would be reliable like a Toyota. The car is a hot garbage can on wheels. Lots of people buy Hondas today because they assume they are extremely reliable like they were in the 90's even though they are merely average now and below average in some models. A lot of older people I find are attached to brands. I work with the die-hard Ford and GM guys and there's a guy in particular that has so many issues (even simple things like the rear defrosters don't work and the fix is apparently complicated according to him) with his F150 that he has to drive his wife's Fusion to work and even that has been giving him issues. I guarantee his next vehicle will be a Ford. It's just the way it is for some people.
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Yeah there is a lot of weird brand loyalty out there. My father in law is like that. "How many miles ya got on that piece of Jap crap?" And sadly the answer is always like about as many as your last 3 GM's.
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That's older than OJ's Bronco.


The one in the chase was a Ď93. Apparently it was Alís.

What gets confusing is that OJ had a Bronco that was a rental from Hertz for which he was a spokesperson.

Mine is white but has black pinstripes (Eddie Bauer model).


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Yeah there is a lot of weird brand loyalty out there. My father in law is like that. "How many miles ya got on that piece of Jap crap?" And sadly the answer is always like about as many as your last 3 GM's.
I think that's called "old people are racist."
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I think that's called "old people are racist."
old people racism is almost funny in how matter of fact it is.
so ingrained into the time they were raised.

My mother is rather aged and how she so calmly without thinking asks me to pick up some mandarin oranges. but that's not what she calls them.
she's at the age where that filter is now gone.
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old people racism is almost funny in how matter of fact it is.
so ingrained into the time they were raised.

My mother is rather aged and how she so calmly without thinking asks me to pick up some mandarin oranges. but that's not what she calls them.
she's at the age where that filter is now gone.
I'm bad with the word r-tarded. I stopped for a while (maybe a year or so) to try and get on the PC train. I understand why it's a bad word, but I guess I just don't GAF because it works perfectly in the context in which I use it. I'll even use it in front of my kids and they'll "DAD!" me, but again, don't GAF.
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I'm bad with the word r-tarded. I stopped for a while (maybe a year or so) to try and get on the PC train. I understand why it's a bad word, but I guess I just don't GAF because it works perfectly in the context in which I use it. I'll even use it in front of my kids and they'll "DAD!" me, but again, don't GAF.
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So I'm not quite sure where to post this, and it doesn't seem worthy of a new thread, but...

Are there wolves around Calgary? I'm pretty sure I just saw one in the wooded area across the street on the west hill...
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So I'm not quite sure where to post this, and it doesn't seem worthy of a new thread, but...



Are there wolves around Calgary? I'm pretty sure I just saw one in the wooded area across the street on the west hill...


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