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I've never used that one so I'm not sure. I need a site that is easy and idiot proof because I'm not technologically savvy lol
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Good morning - Hard to type....just got done weed wacking the manual way with the serrated blade thingy....tiring but a good work out for someone who doesn't do that a lot

Haircut day! More grocery shopping for tomorrow, Pub day too! And will stop by PetSmart just because it is there
You still have hair?

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Are there any leftovers? We will be right over.

My stove broke. Can't bake. And, I was in the mood to bake. Burners work, though.

What to do? What to do?

Chili?
Oh yes, plenty of leftovers; we'll be eating brisket for a week LOL. Hmmm IMHO you can never go wrong with chili
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Mocha and I did our hike nice and early this morning; had some clouds and the sun hadn't come over the hills yet so it was quite dark in the woods, so no pics today.

I learned a lesson yesterday while smoking that brisket...I read a few smoking recipes and watched a video or two and 1/2 the folks said to leave it uncovered the entire time, and others said that once the meat hits the stall phase (where it gets stuck at one temperature for an hour or more), to wrap it in foil which is called the Texas crutch. I decided not to wrap and after 12 hours of smoking, the one end (thinner part) ended up on the dry side but the rest was nice and tender, and juicy. If I ever do another brisket, I'll wrap for sure.


Last night I had an awesome brisket sammich; took a onion roll and cut it in half, put on some Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce, some brisket, sliced onion, some sliced cucumber, sliced tomato, and some romaine lettuce. I may just duplicate that for today's lunch
I have only smoked brisket once - but I did run into the stall phase....I also wrapped. I do not recall (there goes that memory thing)….but think I also put a foil pan under with liquid...

Good looking brisket! Sammich sounds great!
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You are catching on around here, Brian.

LMAO - you are funny
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I do have hair! Red (some like to call it ginger)....well a little less red now
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Had a good lunch! Chili cheese nachos.....and a new beer I hadn't had before. edit also onion rings!

Thought of Doc when I ordered it. Ghost Monkey Farmer Brown 6.25% ABV on tap. I liked it!
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post #21410 of 22254 (permalink) Old 08-31-2019, 12:09 PM Thread Starter
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LMAO - you are funny
According to The Mister, I'm a Wackadoodle.

He doesn't find me so funny some times.

Like, sometime today.

Haven't decided all the errands I need to send him on. He's already been to town once this morning! That was for his benefit. A chainsaw chain.

My benefit will be going and getting (in my truck) the listed items. Chili fixings, chick food and Guzaline food.

I hope my truck comes back unblemished.

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I do have hair! Red (some like to call it ginger)....well a little less red now
You and Mister have something in common!

He's a red too! Except, he's mostly bald on the head, but has a red goatee.
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Scott saw this on the way to the grocery store......the first person I thought of when I saw this is
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Ok.....home from the bar......things are looking much better to me now
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Coco loco........so how did you get that name? You can tell me I will not repeat it to a soul
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Scott saw this on the way to the grocery store......the first person I thought of when I saw this is

Love it!

Not putting that decal on Guzaline, though. She's got enough bitch in her.

Maybe Rustine? She's already got decals. Got to keep trudging along to get Rusty up and running!

Mister and I had a conversation about getting the tractor up and running. It was an entertaining conversation.

Got to pay to have them pick it up and then God only knows what $ !
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OK cuz.....how is rockstar.........you can tell me the truth.....and he Better be doing great.......,,,just stating the facts Jack!
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Ok here Di , since to have a toot on , I will type this ssssslllllloooowwww for you !

Now Iím pretty sure she had a dog named Coco and she added Loco = she is crazy about her , so add the two together and you get ?

Coco Loco

Thank you very much

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Or maybe Coco is the crazy one. Except then it might be Loco Coco.
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Dorian's track is looking better and better for FL. Now if only it will curve east enough to miss the Carolinas too.

One of the scariest looking storms I've seen in the Enhanced Satellite view. At least it's still somewhat small in diameter...though I think that tends to make it stronger?


Experienced naval person, help me out.

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Dorian's track is looking better and better for FL. Now if only it will curve east enough to miss the Carolinas too.

One of the scariest looking storms I've seen in the Enhanced Satellite view. At least it's still somewhat small in diameter...though I think that tends to make it stronger?


Experienced naval person, help me out.
Strong T/storms can be compact or huge in scope (diameter).

Strength can be judged by symmetry and density of the IR cloud top image around eye and outflow of the cirrus clouds from all around the top of the storm. A T/S is a huge heat engine powered by the warm tropical water. Water must be over 80F. As storm moves along it's path over ocean, the tropical force winds along the warm ocean surface gather heat and moisture, then are sucked into the eye core where air rises and gives up that energy & moisture, which powers the storm.

If the storm stalls (by upper level steering currents) it can weaken since it is not moving over a new batch warm water continuously. Also when T/S reaches far enough latitude in colder waters it can die or lose tropical characteristics (closed circulation) and morph into a regular (comma shaped) storm. Additionally, upper level wind shear can disrupt the outflow of the cool cirrus clouds around the outside of the storm. Another thing that can weaken the T/S is influx of dry air or desert (Saharan) dust. Passing over mountainous islands, such as Hispaniola, are guaranteed to knock a storm down. However, passing over FL is very flat, so has only a temporary weakening effect of storm due to warm water supply interrupted until it emerges in Gulf of Mexico.

Another weakening effect is ocean water up-welling. If another T/S has recently passed over same part of ocean, colder water from depth can inhibit 2nd storm strengthening.

In the case of Dorian, none of these weakening effects are present, except a previous T/S Evan last weak over Gulf Stream that dissipated once north of Cape Hatteras. The NHC explained that wind shear to the north of Dorian had weakened allow storm to turn sooner than first predicted. Later in September, strong fall cold fronts act as a wall and will pickup storm and turn to North just like an NFL defensive line does to a runner who must go around end of formation to make progress.

(For heaven sakes- What's LaDi going to do with all that stockpiled vodka??)
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Poke Everything.
It's New? Bark At It.
Moves? Chase It.
Doesn't Move? Smell It.
Liquid? Spill and Dribble It.
Treat or Food? Wolf It Down.
Not Food? Chew It Slowly, Be Quiet & Hide From Human.
A Toy? Shred & Destroy It.
Stuffed? De-Stuff It.
Bites You Back? Wrestle It!

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Or maybe Coco is the crazy one. Except then it might be Loco Coco.
In Spanish the adjective follows the noun...i think...coco is the crazy one...Coco must be a doberman
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(For heaven sakes- What's LaDi going to do with all that stockpiled vodka??)
We may have to all pull together and get her a new blender...I was all for helping the Luddite out for a new computer but i can get

behind a good cause. You got to respect a girl like that , she has a generator and ice and there should be fruit trees within walking or crawling distance from her.
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Dorian's track is looking better and better for FL. Now if only it will curve east enough to miss the Carolinas too.

One of the scariest looking storms I've seen in the Enhanced Satellite view. At least it's still somewhat small in diameter...though I think that tends to make it stronger?


Experienced naval person, help me out.
Everyone in Fla has breathed a sigh of relief. It is now time for the surfers to wax their boards and have some fun!
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Everyone in Fla has breathed a sigh of relief. It is now time for the surfers to wax their boards and have some fun!
Now hopefully it will curve away from Ga and SC....
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