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Old 09-09-2015, 03:59 AM   #43919
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I would vote for auto-correct going rampant over SFS.
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Old 09-09-2015, 06:29 AM   #43920
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I would vote for auto-correct going rampant over SFS.

Diann's keyboard has the "auto-mistake" feature.
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Old 09-09-2015, 06:51 AM   #43921
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Diann's keyboard has the "auto-mistake" feature.

Lol...... Is that my excuse?



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Old 09-09-2015, 07:27 AM   #43922
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OK !!!! Now you Mutants and that have store bought chicerrons, you know how good they are. But , I swear it's easier to buy them in the store, but they are so good fresh !!

Cheers ,!!!;
Had to looks that term up... 14 countries mentioned in wiki and the way they do them!
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Old 09-09-2015, 07:28 AM   #43923
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Touring is tough duty . . . . today Napa . . . tomorrow San Francisco . . .
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Steve, I dunno. I watched the movie San Andreas during our flight back home ...... at 35,000 ft and in clear air turbulence which added another dimension to the movie. Very scary.
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Old 09-09-2015, 07:37 AM   #43924
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Good morning to all mutants. Getting ready today to head south to cold here in the am. Tomorrow flagship and pt jeep leave us. The rainbow is calling our names.
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Old 09-09-2015, 09:47 AM   #43925
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Good morning to all mutants. Getting ready today to head south to cold here in the am. Tomorrow flagship and pt jeep leave us. The rainbow is calling our names.
Travel safe buddy, we're hoping to meet up with you two too.
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Old 09-09-2015, 09:54 AM   #43926
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I will spare you the details.
Steve, I noticed you have a Mitzie as do we but we spell her name Italian style Mizzie. I hope she gives as much love and enjoyment as ours does.

Mutants, I am looking at an HHR (??) that my dealer friend is telling me it's one of the flat tow-able automatics. Any word on these. I think Steve has one and the price is so good on this one I may buy it with good results indicated.

My Jeep needs so many upgrades that it's cheaper to jack up the license plates and change vehicles.
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Old 09-09-2015, 11:13 AM   #43927
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Mutants, I am looking at an HHR (??) that my dealer friend is telling me it's one of the flat tow-able automatics. Any word on these. ...

We chatted with two different owners of HHRs, last year. Both families were positive on the car. No gripes. By the way, I was curious about the meaning of HHR. Found out that it stands for Historic High Roof.
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Old 09-09-2015, 11:16 AM   #43928
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Steve, I noticed you have a Mitzie as do we but we spell her name Italian style Mizzie. I hope she gives as much love and enjoyment as ours does.

Mutants, I am looking at an HHR (??) that my dealer friend is telling me it's one of the flat tow-able automatics. Any word on these. I think Steve has one and the price is so good on this one I may buy it with good results indicated.

My Jeep needs so many upgrades that it's cheaper to jack up the license plates and change vehicles.
I had an '06 HHR before I got the Equinox. Would've kept the HHR but it had very high mileage (180k+) and didn't figure adding a baseplate and trying to use it for a bunch more years was a good path forwards. I really liked the HHR, reliable, good gas mileage, lots of room inside. I might have gotten a new one if they still made them.
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Had to looks that term up... 14 countries mentioned in wiki and the way they do them!
Well I bought pork belly skin, then cut it into small pieces about 1-1/2" square, then they have to boil for an hour or two, then the fat has to be scraped from the skin, then they have to be dehydrated about 4 hours in a convection oven, or a food dehydrator, then you fry them in oil at a temp of 350 to 400, then salt them or any other seasoning you like and then enjoy !!
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Steve, I noticed you have a Mitzie as do we but we spell her name Italian style Mizzie. I hope she gives as much love and enjoyment as ours does.

Mutants, I am looking at an HHR (??) that my dealer friend is telling me it's one of the flat tow-able automatics. Any word on these. I think Steve has one and the price is so good on this one I may buy it with good results indicated.

My Jeep needs so many upgrades that it's cheaper to jack up the license plates and change vehicles.

Dennis... Larry had a HHR and hated it.... I didnt like it either...
But you will have to talk to him why he didnt like it, i dont remember....



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Well I bought pork belly skin, then cut it into small pieces about 1-1/2" square, then they have to boil for an hour or two, then the fat has to be scraped from the skin, then they have to be dehydrated about 4 hours in a convection oven, or a food dehydrator, then you fry them in oil at a temp of 350 to 400, then salt them or any other seasoning you like and then enjoy !!
And did I mention they were delicious! A true labor of foodie love. Hats off to Jeff for sticking to with the determination of a mutant!
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