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Old 10-30-2013, 09:07 AM   #5461
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Old 10-30-2013, 09:38 AM   #5462
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You guys haven't heard?

They have deleted the cent from our currency. No longer produced. Every price with $.02 and lower goes to the lower $.10 mark $.03 and higher goes to the next nickel mark. Same goes for $$.07 down to the nickel and $.08 and above to the $.10 above mark. Cent still accepted.
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Question - anyone planning to attend the GC @ CL have a propane fish fryer? I'm going back and forth on getting one but not sure about my space - since I am definitely getting one of these Weber Smokers and planning to do a Cajun Smoked Turkey and pig butt. Attachment 48830

I can probably carry both would use the smoker more often.

Let me know if you have one. I can buy the peanut oil - bread up catfish filets and help fry em - dry em and set em aside.
Steve, got you covered, both a propane fryer and an electric deep fryer with two baskets. We can do fish, fried okra and hush puppies all at same time.

One great heart stopping (fried) meal in my opinion, throw in a raw onion and ice tea and we'll be riding the rainbow!
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Old 10-30-2013, 09:44 AM   #5464
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I don't have 2 cents to rub together so it'll never work for me.
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Short story time. Many years ago DW and her sister were out shopping with one of our sons, he was 4 maybe 5. Often times DW would give the boys some change and let them pick out some candy at the checkout, then pay for it themselfs.

DW's sister had seen this happen many times and decided to be the good aunt and handed son a dollor bill and told him to pick out some candy. As they got closer to the checkout stand good aunt noticed son crying and not looking over the candy selection. She enquired What's wrong? To which son replied I ain't got no cents. Aunt started consoling him and telling him how smart he was and trying to help him make a choice.

Son had never had folding money to buy candy with and all coins to him was cents! He didn't have no cents!

And that's my 2 cents worth.
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Old 10-30-2013, 10:16 AM   #5468
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They have deleted the cent from our currency. No longer produced. Every price with $.02 and lower goes to the lower $.10 mark $.03 and higher goes to the next nickel mark. Same goes for $$.07 down to the nickel and $.08 and above to the $.10 above mark. Cent still accepted.
Not in Texas. To many [deleted] so if'n you have .01¢ comin' back they better darn well give it to you.
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Steve, got you covered, both a propane fryer and an electric deep fryer with two baskets. We can do fish, fried okra and hush puppies all at same time.

One great heart stopping (fried) meal in my opinion, throw in a raw onion and ice tea and we'll be riding the rainbow!
Hey Tim - once upon a time I mistyped your screen name as fishnski - methinks I may have been psychic. That's a lot of fish frying power for a skier. Lol. Ok - so how much peanut oil should I get?

With the crowd we are expecting - a turkey - a butt - fish and game - we can easily feed the group a variety of dishes at the big party - and any other potlucks should be a breeze.

Wonder of KSCrude has given any thought to the steaks since mentioning them. Could probably hold them close to the rope lights and cook em just right in no time.

As for onion - I like scallions with mine but good ole sliced white onion is great too. So that's - antacid - Advil and mouth wash. Check, check and check.
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With the crowd we are expecting - a turkey - a butt - fish and game - we can easily feed the group a variety of dishes at the big party - and any other potlucks should be a breeze.
Will get back to you on quantity, I'm just curious, which mutant in the crowd is the turkey and whom is the butt. I have my thoughts, but want answer!lol



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Will get back to you on quantity, I'm just curious, which mutant in the crowd is the turkey and whom is the butt. I have my thoughts, but want answer!lol



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As for onion - I like scallions with mine but good ole sliced white onion is great too. So that's - antacid - Advil and mouth wash. Check, check and check.[/QUOTE]

Scallions, your in luck, by next Spring I usually have a good growth of those growing right in the front yard! Lol

Wayne, your right on target!
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Took a nice long jorney yesterday in The Discovery. Felt good to get behind the wheel, crank her up, air the bags, retract the levelars.

Pulled forward a good 40 to 45 feet so I could drain fresh water tank and water heater and blew out the lines.

Does anyone here in the south, add anything to their disel fuel tank when parking for the winter?

I plan on topping off tank, just waiting on prices to drop some more.
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