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Lot of familiar sounding names over here. Looking forward to some informative type banter.

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On Mon, 7 Jan 2013 20:50:02 +0000, bigwheel wrote:

Lot of familiar sounding names over here. Looking forward to some
informative type banter.


There's a new approach. This fits the usual foodbanter/Google type
introduction that always includes the phrase "looking forward to...",
but this guy goes as far as imply that he knows people here.

So which names sound familiar to you?

[the wind whispers, leaves rustle gently, birds chirp in the distance]


I think I remember this bigwheel. Something about tricycles.
Not sure if that's a good thing tho...

monroe(rustling windy birds-cheep,fart)
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On 1/7/2013 6:40 PM, Sqwertz wrote:
On Mon, 07 Jan 2013 19:25:09 -0500, monroe, of course wrote:

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On Mon, 7 Jan 2013 20:50:02 +0000, bigwheel wrote:

Lot of familiar sounding names over here. Looking forward to some
informative type banter.

There's a new approach. This fits the usual foodbanter/Google type
introduction that always includes the phrase "looking forward to...",
but this guy goes as far as imply that he knows people here.

So which names sound familiar to you?

[the wind whispers, leaves rustle gently, birds chirp in the distance]


I think I remember this bigwheel. Something about tricycles.


Big Wheels were the precursor to recumbent bikes that cost $2,000 and
were all the rage a decade ago. I broke my first bone riding a Big
Wheel - my collar bone at 5 years old. I broke 31 more bones all
together (and still counting).

-sw



Did your teenage years involve you being in a cast most of the time? And
that is how you learned so much about computers? I had a few injuries
playing sports, but not broken bones. That did not happen tough until I
went to work !!. Maybe I should give up work.... :-)

BBQ
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Lot of familiar sounding names over here. Looking forward to some
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Are you "that" bigwheel from the old Thead list? Texas, I think.
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Lot of familiar sounding names over here. Looking forward to some
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Damn if it ain't Gomer Pyle.
Hey Buddy good to see y'all.
Been awhile since I tried to teach you how to make hushpuppies in
GlenRose, EH?
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So which names sound familiar to you?
-sw
Well noticed Big Jim and Ed P. for starters but that was just on the opening page. Sure it will seem like old home week here shortly.
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I think I remember this bigwheel. Something about tricycles.
Not sure if that's a good thing tho...monroe(rustling windy birds-cheep,fart)
It was good. You musta just forgot. I heard about that happening to seasoned citizens sometimes.
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Are you "that" bigwheel from the old Thead list? Texas, I think.
Yeppers that's me. Still hangs the hat in God's Country. Still quote your scientific experiements on the scammy nature of Rytek and his Fermentto powder for sausage making. Hope all has been well with you and yours.
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Damn if it ain't Gomer Pyle.
Hey Buddy good to see y'all.
Been awhile since I tried to teach you how to make hushpuppies in
GlenRose, EH?
BeeJay
Well thanks for the warm welcome. Do still have the hush puppy strategy memorized..along with deep frying eggs and smoked biscuits. Yum yum. Still proudly use my official Big Jim lazy Q propane burner. You ever get them pesky coons under control?
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It was good. You musta just forgot. I heard about that happening to
seasoned citizens sometimes.


'Tis a thing of joy for a prodigal son to return to the fold. Even under
the flag of the Banterites.

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Big Jim;1801973 Wrote:
Damn if it ain't Gomer Pyle.
Hey Buddy good to see y'all.
Been awhile since I tried to teach you how to make hushpuppies in
GlenRose, EH?
BeeJay


Well thanks for the warm welcome. Do still have the hush puppy strategy
memorized..along with deep frying eggs and smoked biscuits. Yum yum.
Still proudly use my official Big Jim lazy Q propane burner. You ever
get them pesky coons under control?




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Yes, some nice folks in town ate several of them after I caught them in my
homade live trap, I got a fat one in the freezer for later and my new
Livestock Guardian Puppy Mike is keeping the rest run off.
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On Jan 7, 12:50*pm, bigwheel
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Lot of familiar sounding names over here. Looking forward to some
informative type banter.

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bigwheel



Don't let the winter activity, or lack of, stop ya, it's gotten slow
around here, but here and there, bit and spurts still.

Our spiritual leader is a newlywed enjoying conjugal bliss these day.

(Or so he hopes we think)

Brick needs to stop laying brick and get a post on instead of a hard
on.

(as if, the old fart)
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Still proudly use my official Big Jim lazy Q propane burner. You ever
get them pesky coons under control?

bigwheel[/i
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Yes, some nice folks in town ate several of them after I caught them in my
homade live trap, I got a fat one in the freezer for later and my new
Livestock Guardian Puppy Mike is keeping the rest run off.
BeeJay
Good news on the pup. Hope his dilligence do not interrupt the protein supply.
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[quote=monroe, of course;
'Tis a thing of joy for a prodigal son to return to the fold. Even under
the flag of the Banterites.
monroe(old fart bows to an older fart)[/QUOTE]

Thanks Monroe. Now will testify once a person enters the 2nd Childhood phase it sorta like getting younger..lol.


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