Barbecue (alt.food.barbecue) Discuss barbecue and grilling--southern style "low and slow" smoking of ribs, shoulders and briskets, as well as direct heat grilling of everything from burgers to salmon to vegetables.

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Old 30-09-2003, 08:42 AM
Big Jim
 
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"The Fat Man®" wrote in message
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Kevin S. Wilson wrote:
On Mon, 29 Sep 2003 09:55:58 -0500, "Jack Sloan"
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Where's the *real* Wranglers made? The genuine sandpaper denim
version the cowboys wear, not the sissy stuff they sell at WM for
$14.97 a pair.

TFM®

Mine say "made in USA"
Jack( Who wouldn't wear a FREE pair of Levis since they decided not
to support the Boy Scouts 'cause the scouts wouldn't support the ***
lifestyle.)


Couldn't find some way to weave gun control into the thread, huh?




Kevin, you are the penultimate whiny little bitch.

If I ever have the good fortune of meeting you in person, I intend to let
you know full well how I feel about your ****y attitude.

Maybe we can take up a collection here on the group for a bus ticket to
Idaho for Moi.

Is anyone interested in funding Kevin's education?

TFM®



Here's my last $5.00, I will send more next week when I get the store open.

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Old 30-09-2003, 10:06 AM
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"The Fat Man®" wrote in message
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Kevin, you are the penultimate whiny little bitch.

If I ever have the good fortune of meeting you in person, I intend to let
you know full well how I feel about your ****y attitude.

Maybe we can take up a collection here on the group for a bus ticket to
Idaho for Moi.

Is anyone interested in funding Kevin's education?

TFM®


Maybe you can make it in time to jump over for the Seattle fellas bbq tour.

Jack


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Old 30-09-2003, 04:04 PM
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On Tue, 30 Sep 2003 01:24:26 GMT, "The Fat Man®"
wrote:

Kevin S. Wilson wrote:
On Mon, 29 Sep 2003 09:55:58 -0500, "Jack Sloan"
wrote:


Where's the *real* Wranglers made? The genuine sandpaper denim
version the cowboys wear, not the sissy stuff they sell at WM for
$14.97 a pair.

TFM®

Mine say "made in USA"
Jack( Who wouldn't wear a FREE pair of Levis since they decided not
to support the Boy Scouts 'cause the scouts wouldn't support the ***
lifestyle.)


Couldn't find some way to weave gun control into the thread, huh?




Kevin, you are the penultimate whiny little bitch.


Lose your sense of humor somewhere along the way, racist? (I may be
whiny, but not being a racist bigot puts me head and shoulders above
you and your buddies Amos and Brick.)

If I ever have the good fortune of meeting you in person, I intend to let
you know full well how I feel about your ****y attitude.


Ah, threats of violence. The last resort of the illiterate, the
impotent, and the ignorant. You're quite predictable, you know.

Maybe we can take up a collection here on the group for a bus ticket to
Idaho for Moi.


Is anyone interested in funding Kevin's education?


Perhaps if you had funded your own education, you wouldn't have to be
panhandling on Usenet and wouldn't have to travel by bus.

Now get back in my killfile, bigot.


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Old 30-09-2003, 08:16 PM
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I go in to sign the contracts and start work on Monday.

They wanted me to start tomorrow, but that is my wedding anniversary and
I'm not that stupid.

Matthew (I didn't even have to ask SWMBO)

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Old 30-09-2003, 10:12 PM
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Kevin S. Wilson wrote:

If I ever have the good fortune of meeting you in person, I intend
to let you know full well how I feel about your ****y attitude.


Ah, threats of violence. The last resort of the illiterate, the
impotent, and the ignorant. You're quite predictable, you know.



I may be predictable, and I'm certainly ignorant of certain things, but I
*can* read and write and maintain a raging hard on. (Not necessarily at the
same time)

I can outcook you and out**** you, but I can't out-debate you. You've made
a carreer of that, and you're the winner in that arena uncontested. That's
why I'd resort to splattering your nose all over your face.
Doesn't make me the winner, but it does carry a certain degree of
satisfaction.


TFM®




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Old 30-09-2003, 11:56 PM
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Matthew L. Martin wrote:
I go in to sign the contracts and start work on Monday.

They wanted me to start tomorrow, but that is my wedding anniversary and
I'm not that stupid.

Matthew (I didn't even have to ask SWMBO)


Good luck on this assignment. And happy anniversary too.

Happy Q'en,

BBQ

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In article m,
"Matthew L. Martin" wrote:
I go in to sign the contracts and start work on Monday.


Congratulations, and good luck. Still looking, myself.

They wanted me to start tomorrow, but that is my wedding anniversary and
I'm not that stupid.


Smart boy.

(And congratulations again.)

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