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But there are some things I take pictures of that I don't want online or in a cloud... EVER.richg99 wrote:Instantly after I take a pix with my ANDROID phone, the pix is on Google Pictures. To load one here, or any place else....I just go to ATTACH a FILE (right below where you typed your post).
My dad used to scoop the briquettes up and drop them in a bucket of water as soon as he was done cooking. After dinner he would lay them out on a piece of plywood in the shed and let them dry out for the next time.
- 17 Jun 2014, 09:35
- Forum: Watering Hole
- Topic: Dogfish? Eat'em, Kill'em, or Let'em Go?
- Replies: 40
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Captain Ahab, Well, you may well be correct. - That photo LOOKS LIKE what we call a "dogfish" in coastal NC & along the Gulf Coast. = And YEP, the NC/LA/TX "cousins" taste GOOD on the BBQ, smoked or deep fried. (The ones that we "call" dogfish have numerous SHARP teeth, as I found out when I once t...
Weather.com site says a high of -12 Monday with wind chill at -47 up here in North Chicago. I still have to go to work Monday morning too.lckstckn2smknbrls » Sun Jan 05, 2014 10:22 am wrote:Since New years day we have gotten 16/17 inches of very powdery snow. Sunday night starts a sub-zero cold snap with highs of -11.
You're welcome that we didn't hog all the snow to ourselves here. You can have the bitter cold when we're done with it too.Captain Ahab » Fri Jan 03, 2014 11:40 am wrote:Snow day today!