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Old 06-27-2014, 08:47 PM   #18187
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Cheap burgers

I never knew they were called sliders.......

Diane is the original SFM........... ( Sliding Finger Mutant, #64) and is retired, duh!

The friend who told us about them said they were called sliders because they were so greasy. Sounds reasonable to me!
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Old 06-27-2014, 08:58 PM   #18188
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I hear ya. Just getting a late Friday night start here....
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Old 06-27-2014, 09:00 PM   #18189
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I feel better now.
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Old 06-27-2014, 09:03 PM   #18190
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I hear ya. Just getting a late Friday night start here....
Hey Tim.... Lookee here. Steve has skewers on his plate so he can cook his food.
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Old 06-27-2014, 09:06 PM   #18191
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Hey Tim.... Lookee here. Steve has skewers on his plate so he can cook his food.
Ya know, this is why, when I think international cuisine I always think Arkansas and Tennessee.
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I hear ya. Just getting a late Friday night start here....

Some serious good eatin' there!


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Old 06-27-2014, 09:13 PM   #18193
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OK - Has anyone heard from Tom and Jan!!!!
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I forgot the required menu boasts on this thread. Tuesday evening I BBQ'd a Sockeye that was alive about an hour before it hit my grill. Forgot to take pictures again so it must not have happened. I promise to again not take pictures when we do it with a Spring (King) or an Atlantic. If you never see the evidence then it didn't happen so then I don't hafta share with too many. Bwahahahahaha
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Old 06-27-2014, 09:17 PM   #18195
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I forgot the required menu boasts on this thread. Tuesday evening I BBQ'd a Sockeye that was alive about an hour before it hit my grill. Forgot to take pictures again so it must not have happened. I promise to again not take pictures when we do it with a Spring (King) or an Atlantic. If you never see the evidence then it didn't happen so then I don't hafta share with too many. Bwahahahahaha
Yeah yeah.... didn't happen.
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Darn, I musta dreamed the whole thing up. Shucks...darn.. already!!!
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The friend who told us about them said they were called sliders because they were so greasy. Sounds reasonable to me!
I've heard them called rat burgers, as in made from... They have got to be the worst American fast food from a health standpoint. Greasy meat on white bread dinner rolls. I think the only people who like them are bottomless pit kids and the adults that filled their pit on them and now use White Castile burgers to remember those days.

Can ya tell I didn't try them until I was in my 30's?
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Old 06-27-2014, 09:45 PM   #18198
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Darn, I musta dreamed the whole thing up. Shucks...darn.. already!!!
Ha! Nice chattin at ya today! Why don't ya come down to the RGV for the winter... there are 5 miles between the CG Don and Sandee are at the one we will be in. There are others with 5 - 10 miles. We can be neighbors and only 1 hour hour from the coast. We can go catch some red fish - grill em up - and I'll show ya how to take a picture and post it. Come on down!!!
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Old 06-27-2014, 10:17 PM   #18199
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Hey Tim.... Lookee here. Steve has skewers on his plate so he can cook his food.
Looked like some mighty good bait you got there Plano!
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About the removal of the roll up door and started building my back wall.
Plan is to build a 2 X 4 wall, sheet it with 7/16 OSB screwed down, inside and out. Then Install a 22 X 36 emergency exit window in the center of it.

Now I'm still wondering what to cover the back side with and how to seal it.

I'd had even thought about a higher quality version of T-111 siding??

I had though about standard oil base gloss white paint.


In the last hour I've been cutting out the old lower latch(welded in at factory).

I had 2 very artsy ideas pop into my head.

1 just put a very good coat of White paint on the back wall and then paint some
Roll up door seams across horizontally, bolt the hinges and other hardware back on including the handle and Latch . I could do this one on the cheap.

From a distance it would look like I Just installed the window in the roll up door.

2 Do the same with the smooth wall except,,,,,Take a pic of a Empty box truck and have a wrap (a big Decal) made from that pic. Now this would look really weird like the window was hanging in mid air
This one might cost a bit.
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