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Since we didn’t have turkey for thanksgiving, my wife couldn’t turn down a fresh bird at $1.99/lb. It’s been brining since. I made cornbread and...
The kids are alright:)
Keith shows off:)
Conch and shrimp and fritters and slaw plated. I’m always thankful for fresh seafood. That’s a bottle of a Carolina bbq sauce where they...
Yeah the tone he gets out of a junior is insane. I think he may have good guitars and amps:cool:
That looks like some seriously good fried chicken. Is there a slobbering emoji?
When I bought the pair of tix ($2K x 2), I figured I could sell one and get paid to go to the show:eek:
But it was more fun to go with an old...
More pics needed!:)
Here’s some fresh backyard okra I just fried.
My once-feral cat doesn’t take any crap from blue jays. She just kills them if they get close. The pester her from a distance (noise) but I think...
A great experience! See https://www.tdpri.com/threads/stones-small-venue-floor-tickets.1087334/
Thanks:) You may remember this, but it bears repeating. I wasn’t really a huge Stones fan until I returned to guitar seven years ago. When I...
Yeah I did it. Last stop on this US tour, in the 7000 seat Hard Rock Live venue. Floor tix because I’d have regretted it the rest of my life if I...
I expected to see turkey turkey turkey, but I’m relieved to find that we’re not the only ones doing something off the beaten path.
We went to the...
I’ll be seeing him up close tonight! Floor tix in a 7000 seat venue:):cool:
Grits r good. Polenta for the sophisticated.
This thread made me think - is it a coincidence that I’ve never owned a car built between 1974 and 1988?
(There was a 1980 320i in my life, but...
I wonder if there’ll be an ev version with roll ups? Wouldn’t that be incongruous :eek:
i knew you kept your vehicles a long time but maybe it’s time to replace the wife’s if it is 1009 years old;)
The universal language!
It’s so bad it’s good? I guess I can see that but I’ll stick to cars that are fun to drive:)
There were some good cars made in the mid 70s but they weren’t made in the USA:eek:
Only 20 years until the AARP starts sending you mailers!
Part of the Columbian Exchange. Crops from the “new world” and rest of globe exchanged both ways....