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TBG 150

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  1. I think that it's all of the BS and hot air from the Political Boards that are making the site lag. But those forums do make a good babysitter.
  2. I like how she instinctively closed her mouth over the end of that pool cue!
  3. Yeah, the two things that will never be agreed upon by everyone is politics and religion. I'm sort of like you, it either is or it isn't. But, I leave myself open to the possibilities.
  4. I take it that you dismiss any thought of the supernatural existence. The only one I questioned was the guy with the groceries in the parking garage. Not the security cams time never advances forward whereas those that did have time lapse counter did. I did appear that something moved across the scree with super speed that sent a shockwave that triggered the car alarms. Also, every car had an alarm. That in itself isn't likely. A cool vid, none the less. The mind has the power to control if you take the time to develop the power. Like curing ills with a pharmaceutical drug over a placebo. If the brain can be fooled into thinking that the placebo will be the cure, the brain itself will cure the ail.
  5. Why not? It's just a computer setting in the ECM. Advance the timing, increase the rail pressure and block the wastegate on the turbo. DISCLAIMER: This answer is not intended for those that have no knowledge of the Power Stoke, Cummins, IH, or Banks diesels in the modern American made pick up trucks.
  6. That's it, rub it in guys. Thanks a lot. I still have a year to go! I just need to hit that magic survival income number. Until then, keep at it.
  7. Sorry Naga...Straying from a great topic. FOOD!
  8. Tell me, Mr. Bundy, are you familiar with the continent of Atlantis? It did appear a few million years later than yours. 😁 You know I'm just having fun, right? BTW...Kelly was a hottie back in the day. What was Pangea? From about 280-230 million years ago (Late Paleozoic Era until the Late Triassic), the continent we now know as North America was continuous with Africa, South America, and Europe. They all existed as a single continent called Pangea. Pangea first began to be torn apart when a three-pronged fissure grew between Africa, South America, and North America. Rifting began as magma welled up through the weakness in the crust, creating a volcanic rift zone. Volcanic eruptions spewed ash and volcanic debris across the landscape as these severed continent-sized fragments of Pangea diverged. The gash between the spreading continents gradually grew to form a new ocean basin, the Atlantic. The rift zone known as the mid-Atlantic ridge continued to provide the raw volcanic materials for the expanding ocean basin. Meanwhile, North America was slowly pushed westward away from the rift zone. The thick continental crust that made up the new east coast collapsed into a series of down-dropped fault blocks that roughly parallel today's coastline. At first, the hot, faulted edge of the continent was high and buoyant relative to the new ocean basin. As the edge of North America moved away from the hot rift zone, it began to cool and subside beneath the new Atlantic Ocean. This once-active divergent plate boundary became the passive, trailing edge of westward moving North America. In plate tectonic terms, the Atlantic Plain is known as a classic example of a passive continental margin. Today, the Mesozoic and Cenozoic sedimentary rock layers that lie beneath much of the coastal plain and fringing continental shelf remain nearly horizontal.
  9. Whooooeee!! That's some gooooood Naw Oahlin's cooking there. I guarantee.
  10. LMFAO! She gets bug-eyed when I eat my eggs either sunny side up, or even over light/medium, whatever. Fried solid yolks or scrambled is the only way you'll get her to eat eggs. @albundy1089 is right. Don't get any of that instant crap. Just like instant rice, all the goodness has been boiled out of it to make it easy for the lazy folks. Good grits and also rice over 20-30 minutes to do correctly. Just add boiled water? Nah, I don't think so.
  11. Sorry Naga. I never claimed to be a salesman. 😉 I'm not good at bullshit, just facts. They are definitely an acquired taste.
  12. ?? Who was born in N.Y.? Johnson?
  13. I can try and shed some light on it all. Grits are the very center of a corn kernel, or the grit. They can be prepared in a variety of ways. If not properly fully cooked, it can be like eating a wet tasteless porridge. I for one like them, but cannot manage to eat porridge or oatmeal. I like them a little on the soupy side with salt, pepper and butter. My wife being a Southern girl puts scrambled eggs in hers. To her it kills the taste of the eggs! 😄 While some true Southerners like to put Red Eye gravy on them. These are the same folks that eat banana pudding. 😕 I can tell you one thing, don't let them dry out in the saucepan, or you'll be better off to just throw it away. Cured concrete would be easier to remove. But, they were a very inexpensive way to put some type of nutrition into you body and were eaten mainly by those with very little money. They provide a starch or carbohydrate and can cheaply give you energy when you have nothing else to eat. It's the same along the lines of oatmeal. Just a simple waste by-product of corn. The worse part is getting the damned little things out of your teeth.
  14. Hmmm! I must have struck a nerve here with the Brits. Over 21 hours since I posted and not even one snide remark.
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