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Old 02-04-2015, 09:01 PM   #31067
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Melting ice and resulting water will stay at or near 32F until almost all of the ice is melted. Add ice, drain enough to add more beverages.
Cold nuff for brewskies fer sher, bro!
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Was talking with the neighbor that works here about how much faster the ice from the clubhouse seems to melt than ice I buy in town.

His answer - probably the salt in the water. Now I use Mortons salt in my softener and our house ice is good. He says they use some other kind of salt.... I jokingly said - winter road salt.... he said it's pretty rough. Hmmm. Ice melting faster due to salt content.... water with salt content melting ice.... is that plausible??? Methinks so. But figured your mutants might know.
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Old 02-04-2015, 09:11 PM   #31068
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Does it act as fertilizer for those chest hairs?

Lot less smelly to just glue on a flat wig.
Not for chest hairs, but it does keep pilfering to a minimum! The official cows are currently being feed special formula grain to produce the Official Mutant Olympic Cow Chip!

Overall winner will take on the Canukes! Better start practicing now, Les may not be much help to you, he's out playing in the sun.
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Old 02-04-2015, 09:13 PM   #31069
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Was talking with the neighbor that works here about how much faster the ice from the clubhouse seems to melt than ice I buy in town.

His answer - probably the salt in the water. Now I use Mortons salt in my softener and our house ice is good. He says they use some other kind of salt.... I jokingly said - winter road salt.... he said it's pretty rough. Hmmm. Ice melting faster due to salt content.... water with salt content melting ice.... is that plausible??? Methinks so. But figured your mutants might know.
Careful Steve, you may store beer in the cooler and wind up with ice cream!
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Old 02-04-2015, 09:54 PM   #31070
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Old 02-04-2015, 10:11 PM   #31071
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I sure wish he cold be there in April to give lessons...
And who will sing the dirges if Jeff and Marcia aren't there?
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Old 02-04-2015, 10:15 PM   #31072
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Time to experiment is near...
Steve, Steve ... "Experiment" my arse! I know you are plenty experienced knowing what to do with the fine liquids in those bottles.
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Old 02-04-2015, 10:16 PM   #31073
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Melting ice and resulting water will stay at or near 32F until almost all of the ice is melted. Add ice, drain enough to add more beverages.
Cold nuff for brewskies fer sher, bro!
That is all.
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Old 02-04-2015, 10:49 PM   #31074
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Wayne - Welcome Back.
I also know you bring Ghost Pepper to the table.
The Ghost Pepper will be there.

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Here's one for you techies. (Wayne?)
Martin, they could name it Windows XV and it still would be far from the perfect OS X.

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[...] Steve and Larry will be using a guide for strippers. I've only lucked into the strippers a few times on my own, guides are the way to go for them!
Count me in for strippers and let PPSteve have the stripers.

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Tim... you are killing me here... the fish you refer to are spelled Stripers...
and I am sure there are the other sort around... but most folks don't need guides to find them.... just sayin....
Shh! Spoiling my fun.

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Just like when I was a kid Tim. Dad would tie a pork chop around my neck so the dogs would play with me..
Me thinks he may have wanted the dogs to do more than play.

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Here's a ponder mutants. Ice chests. We have and keep beer, water, soda, mixers, gallon jugs of tea etc in them.

Seems we are having a hard time keeping ice going in them. So... drain the water or let the ice melt and keep the water.... ???

This may be a trick ponder.
Although answered, keep both. Add ice to the water as it melts. Adding new drinks to the mix will ensure that they get cold faster because they will be surrounded by 32˚ water. Whereas the ice will only touch a portion of the container in the cooler and take longer to cool. Ever wonder why the can or bottle on the bottom of the cooler is colder than those sitting on top? Now you have your answer.

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Didn't the Mythbusters settle this many years ago?
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Jay if you want strippers your on your own, if stripers are your game, I suggest a guide. End of story now that I have been corrected from Canada, Kansas and Texas! Geeez you might think this posting thing is a new technology here in AR!
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OMG! This is stunning, Marty.
I kyped it off the Facespace...from a friend who shared it from a friend....but yeah, thought it was something I might try to watercolor someday....
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I kyped it off the Facespace...from a friend who shared it from a friend....but yeah, thought it was something I might try to watercolor someday....

Very very ambitious for watercolor...... But stunning. Do the sky, then after it is totally dry, do the bottom in pen and ink.....



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Old 02-05-2015, 07:29 AM   #31078
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Mornin' Muties everywhere. Tim, Steve, just sent you messages to update on the Sunday morning question. Now I'm off to w__k. (Steve, I'm one of the fortunate ones. I happen to really enjoy my job and the people I work with. Still, I won't be sad for a minute this time next year when we load up in Bow and head to AZ and points west!)
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Very very ambitious for watercolor...... But stunning. Do the sky, then after it is totally dry, do the bottom in pen and ink.....


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Marty - I would do the bottom in pen and ink first. Let it dry... then turn it upside down and paint the sky.

Or... take the jumbo box of mutant crayons... and use all the colors and just scribble all them all over the place... on top of each other and eveywhere. Then take a black crayon and cover over all of getting a nice pack waxy build up. Then take a wooden cuticle stick and carefully scrape through the black revealing the colors underneath... now that's art!
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Marty - I would do the bottom in pen and ink first. Let it dry... then turn it upside down and paint the sky.

Or... take the jumbo box of mutant crayons... and use all the colors and just scribble all them all over the place... on top of each other and eveywhere. Then take a black crayon and cover over all of getting a nice pack waxy build up. Then take a wooden cuticle stick and carefully scrape through the black revealing the colors underneath... now that's art!

Disagree.... It is going to take a lot to get the sky right..... Maybe several tries.... Skues are really really hard.
Dont spend the time on the bottom until you get the sky you like...... The bottom will be slow, but a cakewalk.....

Nice waxy buildup for sure....... They actually make that stuff pre done now, just carve it back.... Scratchboards,
I still dont like it......







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