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  • Birthday 07/02/1957

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    Bopping Bob the Gob in the Chops.
  1. Easy rider

    Egad! Am I that old?? That's the movie of the century!!! Oh... wait....
  2. Guess the player name!

    Tanks for the Samurai Puppy Detective?
  3. Wildlife

    Fun pics, get some Springtime ones if you can! There are plenty by me due to the suburban munchies they can find. Great fun to watch as well as the songbirds, groundhogs, skunks, woodchucks, wild turkeys, marmots, foxes, whistlepigs, raccoons, river rats, squirrels, land beavers, chipmunks, giant hamsters, bunnies, and more stinkin' garden razing groundhogs, grr! I love venison but wouldn't eat the locals, they must be full of lawn treatment chemicals!
  4. Soulja Boy

    I'll bite, how much for the fuzzy purple chimney sweep hat? Something that Jerry Garcia would have worn..... Red and white, blue suede shoes, I'm Uncle Sam, how do you do? Gimme five, I'm still alive, Ain't no luck, I learned to duck. Check my pulse, it don't change. Stay seventy-two come shine or rain. I'm Uncle Sam, That's who I am. Been hiding out, In a rock n' roll band!
  5. Good job Labster! Very speedy! Is it okay to pass the news around? Doesn't help my site much, the url is about the same length http://lnkz.co.uk/goofus I just want to know why my hair still looks green. Fix that, will ya?
  6. Guess the player name!

    WeaselTurd !
  7. Favorite Colors

  8. Geeky-cool, LabRat!! I'm just embarrassed to say what I was doing at minute zero.... lining up dominoes to knock down and listening to my new Beatles album from Christmas! (Abbey Road, I think.)
  9. Can't Connect

    I'll confirm that, same time, PK server. I just had lag and Hungry Grue issues which I blamed on MicroSoft downloading more bugs or erasing a few drives.... One thing that surprised me was that PK Gossip was eaten by the Grue! Lol! Dilly, by the way I'm in New Amsterdam (NY, USA) so we all were affected!
  10. Glorious!! ...but, is it.... irony?
  11. Bur can cook

    Great thread Burfoot!! I just got back online since the summer and started rummaging through the forums the other day. Love this one, and will get cookin' on all your great recipes! Being poverty stricken I hereby offer selections that cost little, take little time, use few utensils, and are gnome-free (in case of allergies.) -> SOUP <- Needs no introduction, comes in many varieties... One large saucepan One wooden spoon One faucet (with which we may obtain water) One source of boily heat One package Ramen Noodles (any flavor) All else is optional: 1 or 2 eggs 2 handfuls frozen veggies (any and all varieties) 1 can legumes (any variety) 1 well-stocked flavor cabinet (spice rack plus) 1 onion Lotsa garlic (in case of vampires) 1 spoonful fancy vinegar or Teriyaki, Worchester, Soy, you get the idea. 1 handful fresh veggies (carrots, celery, shrooms, greens) 1 imagination (or this list will go on forever) Intercourse with heat source Turn stove on, fill saucepan with water just under halfway depending on your pile of ingredients. I'm know to reach the rim adding one more handful of yum. Hint: never turn the flame on a gas stove all the way up unless the kitchen is cold, it's a waste of money. 3/4 flame gets to a boil just as quick. Sprinkle on the water black pepper and your favorite herbs and spices. Basil, thyme, bay, parsley, etc. Bosco and Pixie Stix maybe not so much.... A bullion cube to match the flavor of the Ramen you choose can make up for a large amount of water if you like the beefy or chickeny flavor. I like to add two tiny dried severely hot peppers at this point for my libido. Add a spoonful of Balsamic Vinegar or other spicy sauce at this point. Adding Ingrediments Righto! We have a slightly burbling pot of dirty, smelly water. Now, what takes longest to cook without turning to mush... carrots maybe? If you want to add fresh hard veggies, do it now. Frozen veggies are next, let the cauldron bubble gently while you chop an onion and mince or press at least one clove of garlic. Hint: To help cure a cold or flu make soup with a whole bulb of fresh garlic plus the hottest fresh peppers and spices you can find. When you are sick it tastes great and all the evil virii get flushed out with the garlic sweat. The trick to the real cure is add the garlic last and do not let it cook, it must stay raw, hot but raw. Garlic is natures penicillin! Remember, all ingredients are optional, imagination must be used, and lots of people cannot abide onions or garlic. You will need to replace these powerful flavors with something you prefer. Final Steps Once the veggies are cooked to your liking, throw in a can o' beans. Cheap and high protein. Again, your choice, but recommended. Anything from lentils to garbanzos (yum, hummus!) I like to add the juice from the can just for the extra eat value but it can overwhelm some flavors. Another can to add is spinach, not to mention beets, limas, corn, whatever. Point being is now is time to add canned ingrediments. Lastly add any leafy greens, bring to a boil, then shut the whole rig down. Before the whole stops bubbling stir in your egg. If the soup is thick enough to your liking, the egg isn't necessary, but it's healthy. I like a thick dense soup. Feast Away The soup takes me about 1/10 of the time to make than I'm taking to write about it. Remember that everything is optional. I add all of it and more, making two meals for just a few dollars and love every spoonful. I didn't mention meat. For simple cheap soup you can really make up for meat with lots of flavors not to mention the egg and beans. No reason not to add meat, but for the sake of convenience I use leftovers. Chicken chunks, pot roast leavings, minced bacon is a great soup ingredient! I always dump some sprinkly cheese on the soup while I eat, but I'm known to cheese out on everything (ice cream even.) For me it replaces salt (which it contains.) Salt isn't good for most people so in this case I'll say the bullion that comes with the Ramen Noodles has enough salt for the whole soup. Again it's a matter of preference. I hope some of that made sense, and sparked some appetites! By the way, here is a quick version of the origin of the above, a story I loved as a kid: http://www.extremelinux.info/stonesoup/stonesoup.html
  12. Such a cutie pie! And so's your little dog, too!! I think she's a Pierette....
  13. Just a quick thanks

    I have to third the motion! Can't wait to get a computer as good as Orick's, but I have to say on my old 600 MB cpu and 384 RAM with 32 MB vid card the game plays good enough for me. Just the fact that you have enough switchable options to allow that to happen is something I'm very thankful for!
  14. Wondering about this

    Groovy, Daddy-O!! I'm gonna score me some skins and make me some bongos!! How about for tailoring? Davy Crockett/Daniel Boone outfits?