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Old 12-26-2013, 09:28 AM   #8751
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Maybe it's time for everyone to update their signiture line here. It would be most helpful for our newest mutants if your real first name was included (Tim) and you proudly displayed your mutant number (Tim again!). I'm only picking on Tim because his last post was conveniently right above.

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Old 12-26-2013, 09:49 AM   #8752
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^^^^ Thanks Barb!!
Also -- I am compiling 2 lists using the www.rvmutants.com features - Contact Us Form - and under Events - the GC @ CL Sign Up form (Yes or No options). From those forms I am creating a The RVMutants website email contact list and the GC @ CL Roster. Both lists are only distributed to folks that use the forms via email from the site. Some mutants may not wish to publish their names here and want to keep it offline. I'm a little behind on the admin work as the Temps at RVM Central have the week off. Will they to catch up this weekend!
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Old 12-26-2013, 09:51 AM   #8753
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Maybe it's time for everyone to update their signiture line here. It would be most helpful for our newest mutants if your real first name was included (Tim) and you proudly displayed your mutant number (Tim again!). I'm only picking on Tim because his last post was conveniently right above.

If you've forgotten how to do it, 'cause it's been years since you last changed it, here's a little help. Click on "User CP" in the upper left of every page then select "edit signature" from the left column. If you are an IRV2 supporter ($15.03/year) you'll have more options, such as adding a picture.

Thank you Muteys, you may now return to your previous activity.
Wayne, Herb, Barbs picking on me!

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Old 12-26-2013, 10:21 AM   #8754
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That's good to know, might take that scrub board I got DW many years ago back. Seems its gotten a little slow!!
I do understand. Mine is a little slow after 52+ years also.

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Old 12-26-2013, 10:37 AM   #8755
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Yep, K-cup coffee is being sold in major grocery and other stores. We prefer stocking up at Bed Bath and Beyond with the 20% coupon discount. We also purchase most of our small appliances there as there warranty never expires. Just retun with a receipt and the item will be replaced - no matter how long it has been owned.
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Old 12-26-2013, 10:48 AM   #8756
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We have two k-cup brewers, a Cuisinart in the house and a large Keurig in the RV, as well as the Cuisinart brew and hold pot. In the morning, I stagger toward the kitchen with one eye open (no, not after a night of drinking - I am not a morning person), pop a K-cup in and push brew. I also push the brew button on the regular pot. I wait for the first k-cup to finish, then put another one in and select the six ounce size rather than the eight ounce size. By the time the Dalmatian has finished his morning business my first large cup is ready for me.

We buy our K-cups at Costco - they have a breakfast blend Kirkland brand that's pretty good, and they carry Newman's own as well. It takes the cost below 0.40 per cup, which makes it less painful. In the RV we only use the Keurig. We have been known to go through 30 cartridges in a weekend. Hmmm...that's a lot of caffeine!

Still dealing with the pneumonia and feeling punky, but we had a great holiday with family and friends. Lasagna, garlic bread, salad, homemade chocolate pudding and holiday cookies. Yummy vegetarian food!
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Old 12-26-2013, 10:54 AM   #8757
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Well shucks. My Christmas just got disappointing. GF says she was up all night with the flu and is not coming over. It's all I had to look forward to. And there's nothing but crap on TV. Maybe I'll go shopping for something I don't need.
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Old 12-26-2013, 11:12 AM   #8758
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Tim I got your back bud. Us guys have to stick together or the female side of the mutant world would take over! Yikes...... Barb is poking me saying "we already are in control...you guys are too stupid to know it." Hmmmmm let me ponder that one for a bit.
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Old 12-26-2013, 11:43 AM   #8759
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Dunner, I'm so sorry. Isn't there a project you have going you can work on? ( you always have a project going... no?)
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Bacon bowls?

Was watching my favorite tv show, The Chew, when a commercial came on for
"bacon bowl molds"..... It makes bacon into a bowl.... https://www.buyperfectbacon.com

I have seen this done in muffin tins, but have never tried it.... Anyone on here ever seen this? Not endorsing it, cause i like my bacon juicy, not crisp.... The one with potatoes in it with an egg on top, looked yum....
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Old 12-26-2013, 01:07 PM   #8761
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Was watching my favorite tv show, The Chew, when a commercial came on for
"bacon bowl molds"..... It makes bacon into a bowl.... https://www.buyperfectbacon.com

I have seen this done in muffin tins, but have never tried it.... Anyone on here ever seen this? Not endorsing it, cause i like my bacon juicy, not crisp.... The one with potatoes in it with an egg on top, looked yum....

Got to read backa few pages...say 20-40 or so... LOL! Been there done discussed this one...LOL!
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I took the dumpsters out to the side of the street and watched who was outside the door with Sadie. She liked that.
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Yes... I caught the tale end but didnt make it back to that.... When looking for it. It was toooooo far gone.... Oh well.... Thats me being new..... BACON BACON BACON....
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Got to read backa few pages...say 20-40 or so... LOL! Been there done discussed this one...LOL!
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