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  1. I remember buying Reese's Cups at the local five and dime for a NICKEL and they were a LOT bigger than the ones you get today... Of course, that was back when men were men, women were women and Christ was a carpenter...
  2. Hmmmm...Interesting....I usually leave the belly/flank meat in the woods with the ribs and neck, but I may have to give it a try...
  3. My maternal grandfather was born in France...My Mom used to let him in the house when he came to visit for the Holidays, but my Dad wasn't too crazy about the idea...
  4. I'm betting they got one in Monterey.......
  5. He must be a pretty cool dude, though...Check out the hat and glasses....
  6. Someone please shoot me if I ever appear in the woods with an abomination like that.... K.I.S.S.........
  7. If it hadn't sunk to the bottom of Seneca Lake somewhere between Watkins Glen and Geneva, I would be using my Rem M700 Mountain Rifle in 7mm08 with a Burris 2X7 and handloads featuring Barnes 120 grain TSX.....
  8. There was an old lady from Glouscester Who dreamt that a man had seduced her... She awoke with a scream from this amorus dream T'was a lump in the mattress had GOOSED her.....
  9. The guy probably has a coon tail on his antenna, too....
  10. One of my hunting buddies who lives in southern Ontario told me that they had what he called "jackrabbits" near his home in Prince Edward County when he was a kid...
  11. I KNOW a few limericks, but I can't post any of them here....
  12. Breast out geese and skin and save legs and thighs..There is as much on the legs/thighs as there is on the breast.. Place in crockpot with sliced onions and a can of Italian style stewed tomatos, plus some dry red wine...Cook all day on low...
  13. I was still working at the time and will never forget sitting at my desk and watching the event unfold on my computer screen.... My other great shock was when I was sitting in a 7th grade study hall and heard over the school PA system that JFK had been shot...
  14. Good... So am I...... And DAYUM, I just can't resist those EYEBROWS !!...
  15. I won't be hunting this year because all of my firearms were lost in a mysterious, unfortunate boating accident in the middle of Seneca Lake... Instead of hunting I am going to volunteer my time to the Committee to Re-elect Governor Hochul....
  16. The locals drink "pop" down here in Lower Dogpatch, but there are hundreds of "criks" around...
  17. Funny, Rob....I never heard of Scotch Eggs in my life until yesterday at a family gettogether when my BIL's son told me about them....
  18. Good job, Wolc...There aren;'t many things that you can do with your clothes on that are more fun than catching smallies on surface lures...
  19. Never heard of a wedge, but I remember when one of my buddies gave me a "wedgie"...I could sing soprano for a week after that...
  20. Pygmy

    Tuna charter

    There is blood running down your leg...Is it THAT time of the month ??
  21. Nope, that was in my former life....It was an old farm house...Replaced it with a new two story modular ( which included a trophy room) that was much nicer than the old place....Finished basement, perfect setup to clean fish, cut up meat and drink beer with my buddies, etc. etc. Whole deal was still pretty traumatic for my wife, teenage daughter and I, though....
  22. Long story short....Last time I operated a smoker ( smoking fish) I burned my house down...(sigh)
  23. That's a whole nother story.....I don't want to hijack Moog's thread...( whistling)......
  24. My method is simple... At the risk of offending the Barbeque/smoker experts, it produces a product similar in texture to Moog's ribs and it is much faster.. Btw, although I like smoked products, I don't own a smoker.. I fill a large stockpot about 3/4 full of water...Add a full cup of salt... Place the ribs in the water and bring to a boil...Simmer for 30 minutes...Place the ribs on the grill and slather with Sweet Baby Ray's....Grill 10 to 15minutes , basting with the sauce... The ribs turn out well done, but with some adhesion to the bone, and surprisingly NOT overly salty.. The guy who shared that method with me said it brines the meat and parboils it at the same time, leaving the meat juicy and tender...Crude but effective..
  25. Rain, glorious RAIN !! More than an inch fell here in Dogpatch over the last 24 hours, and it came gentle and steady, so it should soak in rather than running right off....And there's more coming over the next 24 hours... All summer long the rain has been going north and south of us...Seemed like the lower Canisteo Valley might have to be renamed Death Valley....Hehehe...
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