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#1 Interesting site

Postby Viper53 » Thu Apr 27, 2017 3:05 pm

http://www.lostways.org/fb/?tid=main_me ... =batch5-v5


They're selling a book. Some of you City folks might see if it's in your library.
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#2 Re: Interesting site

Postby Jack » Thu Apr 27, 2017 4:11 pm

Pretty interesting stuff. I wonder how long a person could live on that without getting sick.

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#3 Re: Interesting site

Postby Viper53 » Thu Apr 27, 2017 4:58 pm

As long as I can get beefaroni and cheetos I'm good. :rolling:
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#4 Re: Interesting site

Postby Jack » Thu Apr 27, 2017 6:03 pm

Viper53 wrote:As long as I can get beefaroni and cheetos I'm good. :rolling:


Something tells me cheetos have an indefinite shelf life. They'll probably find bags of them thousands of years from now and they'll be sold as ancient delicacies. :lol:

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#5 Re: Interesting site

Postby Mac » Thu Apr 27, 2017 9:08 pm

Jack wrote:
Viper53 wrote:As long as I can get beefaroni and cheetos I'm good. :rolling:


Something tells me cheetos have an indefinite shelf life. They'll probably find bags of them thousands of years from now and they'll be sold as ancient delicacies. :lol:

Right along side the twinkies... :lol:
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#6 Re: Interesting site

Postby Viper53 » Thu Apr 27, 2017 9:46 pm

I dunno. It seems to me they aren't getting the cake right in the new Twinkies.

And I can claim a certain discrimination of palette when it comes to Twinkies.
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#7 Re: Interesting site

Postby Jack » Thu Apr 27, 2017 10:46 pm

I've always thought there was something really off about Twinkies. They have a rancid taste and coat your mouth in this awful film you can't get rid of. I'm pretty sure that filling is a combination of sugar and renderings from roadkill. :rolling:

And good luck forgetting that the next time you find yourself enjoying a Twinkie! :thumbs:

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#8 Re: Interesting site

Postby Viper53 » Fri Apr 28, 2017 5:52 pm

Jack wrote:I've always thought there was something really off about Twinkies. They have a rancid taste and coat your mouth in this awful film you can't get rid of. I'm pretty sure that filling is a combination of sugar and renderings from roadkill. :rolling:

And good luck forgetting that the next time you find yourself enjoying a Twinkie! :thumbs:


Try the blue ones they make your poop blue. It's awesome.
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#9 Re: Interesting site

Postby Mac » Fri Apr 28, 2017 6:25 pm

Jack wrote:I'm pretty sure that filling is a combination of sugar and renderings from roadkill. :rolling:

And good luck forgetting that the next time you find yourself enjoying a Twinkie! :thumbs:

Lol, not a problem. Raised on a small cattle operation in Texas, where we often discussed the day's calving problems, infections, and other livestock issues at the dinner table. :beer:
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#10 Re: Interesting site

Postby Jack » Fri Apr 28, 2017 10:15 pm

Mac wrote:
Jack wrote:I'm pretty sure that filling is a combination of sugar and renderings from roadkill. :rolling:

And good luck forgetting that the next time you find yourself enjoying a Twinkie! :thumbs:

Lol, not a problem. Raised on a small cattle operation in Texas, where we often discussed the day's calving problems, infections, and other livestock issues at the dinner table. :beer:


Nothing like a good cattle abscess to whet the appetite... :unsure:

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#11 Re: Interesting site

Postby Mac » Sat Apr 29, 2017 6:02 pm

Hehe, yeah... Mom asked us to discuss some of it after supper a time or two. :smile:
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#12 Re: Interesting site

Postby Viper53 » Sat Apr 29, 2017 10:18 pm

Mac wrote:Hehe, yeah... Mom asked us to discuss some of it after supper a time or two. :smile:

My mom didn't want to set a bad example by talking with her mouth full. She had a wooden spoon. That sucker had a longer range and was more accurate than a .300 Win Mag.
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#13 Re: Interesting site

Postby Jack » Sun Apr 30, 2017 9:15 am

Viper53 wrote:
Mac wrote:Hehe, yeah... Mom asked us to discuss some of it after supper a time or two. :smile:

My mom didn't want to set a bad example by talking with her mout full. She had a wooden spoon. That sucker had a longer range and was more accurate than a .300 Win Mag.


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