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Old 01-12-2014, 12:15 AM   #9633
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We really are mutants, for days now we have talked about okra. No mention of b____ anywhere. I think the Ladies have mutated our thread toward the more healthy!
Actually, I wanted to keep talking about Jeeps, but since a question I asked a few days ago never got answered, I forgot who the OP was!
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Old 01-12-2014, 12:33 AM   #9634
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Sorry Diwizi, didn't mean to upset you or anyone else. There are very few veggies that I like. Seems I'm not alone. Wasn't there a president that also didn't like it?

I had grits once while in the Army. Like eating sand. Give me crispy hash browns anytime.
The first Bush didn't like broccoli.


I do not like broccoli and I havenít liked it since I was a little kid and my mother made me eat it. And Iím President of the United States and Iím not going to eat any more broccoli. Now look, this is the last statement Iím going to have on broccoli. There are truckloads of broccoli at this very minute descending on Washington. My family is divided. For the broccoli vote out there: Barbara loves broccoli. She has tried to make me eat it. She eats it all the time herself. So she can go out and meet the caravan of broccoli thatís coming in.
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Old 01-12-2014, 12:43 AM   #9635
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And here is my last statement on o(gag)kra.

Does everyone know that the raw pods have hair on them? Name any other food that millions of American humans eat that is hairy and gets cooked without first being peeled! And yes, the hairs fall out when cooked, but you still EAT them mixed in with your food.
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Old 01-12-2014, 01:00 AM   #9636
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We sometimes put a spear of pickled okra in a James Bond martini. Which is half vodka and half gin. Shaken, not stirred. The more you drink, the better they taste. The martinis that is. I'm not a southern boy, but I do love grits, when we get far enough south to find them in a restaurant. Piping hot with a little butter and syrup on them. Hard to find up here though. Been getting flu shots for over thirty years. Never had the flu since. Last year we got them at Walmart and they offered a pneumonia shot on the side which we both got. I was sicker then a dog for about a day after the shots. This last fall we just got the flu shot at Walgreens and I had no reaction. Hoping for great health for all in 2014. It seems to be getting off to a rough start for many. Be healthy all.
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Obviously you've got an Automatic here...mine was a 99' Wrangler Sport 6, AT...& would never be able to do this with her.

But I've got a question; is all this in the manual with each model year car?

My car has the toad instructions in the manual ONLY in 2005 - 6. Then Honda started having legal trouble with less-than-intelligent persons who couldn't follow instructions, and blamed Honda. So later the info was excluded from the manuals, but those in the know continue the same toad practices with their Elements, because nothing had actually changed about the cars themselves. The difference being that Honda's position was: "You're on your own, now!"
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Actually, I wanted to keep talking about Jeeps, but since a question I asked a few days ago never got answered, I forgot who the OP was!
Ok so here is your question brought before the combined wisdom of mutants. Let me take a crack at the answer and maybe others can tell you. Your question "is all this in the manual with each model year car?"

A) no, as stated Honda does not place in 2007 or newer!
B) yes, you didn't see it?
C) don't know, haven't read Manual for each model year!
D) what was the question again?
E) okra and Jeeps make healthier RVers
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Oooooo-kra-homa where the wind comes sweepin down the grits.....

And now, for something totally different....did somebody say BACON?

Sweet & Spicy Bacon Chicken

Ingredients

Chicken Breast Strips
Garlic Powder
Chili Powder
Bacon
Brown Sugar

Directions

Season chicken w salt, pepper,garlic powder and chilli powder,wrap in bacon and roll in brown sugar. Bake 400 till crispy 30-40 min


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Ok so here is your question brought before the combined wisdom of mutants. Let me take a crack at the answer and maybe others can tell you. Your question "is all this in the manual with each model year car?"

A) no, as stated Honda does not place in 2007 or newer!
B) yes, you didn't see it?
C) don't know, haven't read Manual for each model year!
D) what was the question again?
E) okra and Jeeps make healthier RVers
The answer is .... in the owners manual of every Jeep there is a section on towing . .
I hope that helps Cindy .... there are lots of threads in iRV2 that deal with Jeeps just use the search function. Or ask us .....

Cheers !!! ....
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Okra... a four letter word.
Isn't she that talk show host?
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Just wanted to let everyone know that I'm alive and still here. Been very busy since before Thanksgiving and during the holidays. Everything is somewhat back to normal. We are doing some work on the house and then maybe we can get it sold and move.
I will do my best to check in more often.

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Just wanted to let everyone know that I'm alive and still here. Been very busy since before Thanksgiving and during the holidays. Everything is somewhat back to normal. We are doing some work on the house and then maybe we can get it sold and move. I will do my best to check in more often. Jerry RM3
Hey Jerry! Good to hear from you.

Just for the record, which do you prefer: okra, grits, or bacon?

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Just wanted to let everyone know that I'm alive and still here. Been very busy since before Thanksgiving and during the holidays. Everything is somewhat back to normal. We are doing some work on the house and then maybe we can get it sold and move. I will do my best to check in more often. Jerry RM3
Welcome back and good luck on the house and move!

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Oooooo-kra-homa where the wind comes sweepin down the grits.....

And now, for something totally different....did somebody say BACON?

Sweet & Spicy Bacon Chicken

Ingredients

Chicken Breast Strips
Garlic Powder
Chili Powder
Bacon
Brown Sugar

Directions

Season chicken w salt, pepper,garlic powder and chilli powder,wrap in bacon and roll in brown sugar. Bake 400 till crispy 30-40 min

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