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Old 05-11-2014, 05:55 PM   #15569
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Looks like you are woking and woling on the catfish.
This was my contribution to the table this evening.
Chuck - your pic didn't post properly for me... And them there are striped bass bits. Remember these....

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Old 05-11-2014, 06:01 PM   #15570
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This was my contribution to the table this evening.
Ah - thars the beef! Looks delicious.

Elizabeth - avert your eyes....
And where ya been - how ya doing? And so on!
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[QUOTE=flaggship1;2047208]Just Wok on by.....

I would have big trouble trying to Wok on by that kind of OM-NOM
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Old 05-11-2014, 06:21 PM   #15572
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^^^ Corn meal batter - gluten free!
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^^^ Corn meal batter - gluten free!

Triple Dog OM-NOM!!!!!!
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Old 05-11-2014, 06:33 PM   #15574
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This was my contribution to the table this evening.
Carnivore porn!! What time is dinner???
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Carnivore porn!! What time is dinner???

The time is now!
I am absorbing calories via pics on iPhone.
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Old 05-11-2014, 06:39 PM   #15576
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As some of you know who went to the GC@CL, my rear fiberglass cap became disengaged and a gaping seam was created on my roof. Would it surprise you to know that Allegiance (extended warranty company) decided that it was normal wear and tear and was thus not a covered item. So . . . . . the cost of repair is on me. I didn't even feel like asking for an estimate when I talked to the repair shop.

Knowing what I know now about such coverage, I would have had lower expectations and assume that the extended warranty is really only EXTRA years on the engine, tranny, genny, etc. The likelihood of having coverage for structural items is slim and the ball game favors the warranty company about 89% of the time.

BTW - - the repair shop technician was impressed with the repair job that Dwayne performed on the problem at CL. He left Dwayne's work alone and sealed and anchored the cap with Dwayne's work still in place. Many thanx to a fellow mutant.
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In Tx we have something called "small claims court", it has a financial limit but if I were you I'd look into it. It was origionaly created for this sort of thing. Very cheap filling fee and you can gat a 6 man jury trial or most common is a trial by Judge.

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Old 05-11-2014, 06:50 PM   #15577
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Chuck - your pic didn't post properly for me... And them there are striped bass bits. Remember these....

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Yeah.... I remember those. Sorry for the pic problems, I'm still struggling with technology.
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Jambalaya for me tonight. Ah! the memories!

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Teffy - everything with the MH is still in the embryo stage. Haven't heard reasons or excuses yet from anyone. If the warranty company thinks that it's fairly normal for a rear cap to fail due to normal use, I will take issue with that position. If they highlight the contract language and I'm out of luck on all exterior coverings, well I signed the contract and should have had lower expectations.
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Steve, you are making me anxious to pull some fillets out of the freezer.

Can't do it now. Gotta prepare for out-of-state and local guests for my DW pinochle extravaganza. 4 days of chefin, chefin, chefin for 13 ladies between the ages of 42 and 82. And then we host 15 -20 neighbors for the monthly euchre extravaganza. We supply the entrée the rest is a pitch-in and euchre.
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Does it have a motor on it. Maybe I could up the volts and get it to pump faster. Thay are normally designed to drip feed a stomach tube. Hell, I'll try anything. I'll look for a geared down motor to hook direct drive. I love challenges.
IIRC its is 110V and built in to the unit. I'll check when I get home and call you with the gory details.
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I ordered a pump off of ebay that has continues flow. I think your pump would work, but it would be as slow as the normal feeding machines. The one at the hospital was 66/ml/hr and was basically drip feed., I want to empty a 12oz container in about 10 seconds and not have to stand pumping at the sink for 5 syringes. It gets old and is a PIA. I think I can do it with the right pump. This one comes with 6mm outputs, so that is going to have to be necked down to limit the volume. Wll let you know how it turns out.

If yours is quiet (unlike hospital ones that a pulse all night long with an irregular patern) send it to me. I could maybe use it at night. PM sent.
Is it adjustable? Want to pump as much protein in me as possible to gain back that 30#s radiation took away.
When Teffy had her "J" tube I feed her with a syringe and give her 250 ml of formula in less then 10 sec. It sure was faster then her eating food.


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