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 14-03-2005, 12:52 AM
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Steve Calvin wrote:

1) quit cross posting if you want answers. It's considered extremely
rude and improper in the usenet world.


You needn't re-crosspost the previous crossposter's crossposted crosspost,
especially if you aim to explain to said crossposter that his crossposting
is rude. It can only encourage other crossposters from the other crossposted
NGs to crosspost bact to this NG in a blatant attemp to flaunt their own
mannerless crossposting prowess.

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Old 14-03-2005, 01:23 AM
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On Sun, 13 Mar 2005 16:52:11 -0800, "F.G. Whitfurrows"
wrote:



Steve Calvin wrote:

1) quit cross posting if you want answers. It's considered extremely
rude and improper in the usenet world.


You needn't re-crosspost the previous crossposter's crossposted crosspost,
especially if you aim to explain to said crossposter that his crossposting
is rude. It can only encourage other crossposters from the other crossposted
NGs to crosspost bact to this NG in a blatant attemp to flaunt their own
mannerless crossposting prowess.


Fosco!

Quit it!

Yer makin' me CROSS!!!

;-)

-Chef Juke
"EVERYbody Eats When They Come To MY House!"
www.chefjuke.com

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Old 14-03-2005, 01:44 AM
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F.G. Whitfurrows wrote:
Steve Calvin wrote:

1) quit cross posting if you want answers. It's considered extremely
rude and improper in the usenet world.



You needn't re-crosspost the previous crossposter's crossposted crosspost,
especially if you aim to explain to said crossposter that his crossposting
is rude. It can only encourage other crossposters from the other crossposted
NGs to crosspost bact to this NG in a blatant attemp to flaunt their own
mannerless crossposting prowess.

It was very intentional. I also receive an email from the idiot. I had
no idea which group "he" frequented and wanted "him" to see it. Get over
it.

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Old 14-03-2005, 02:16 AM
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Steve Calvin wrote:
F.G. Whitfurrows wrote:
Steve Calvin wrote:

1) quit cross posting if you want answers. It's considered extremely
rude and improper in the usenet world.



You needn't re-crosspost the previous crossposter's crossposted
crosspost, especially if you aim to explain to said crossposter that
his crossposting is rude. It can only encourage other crossposters
from the other crossposted NGs to crosspost bact to this NG in a
blatant attemp to flaunt their own mannerless crossposting prowess.

It was very intentional. I also receive an email from the idiot. I had
no idea which group "he" frequented and wanted "him" to see it. Get
over it.


Thanks for straightening me out Steve. I guess you could tell by the tone of
my previous post that I was seriously ****ed off at you. I guess I shouldn't
have been.

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and his 6" boner



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Old 14-03-2005, 03:06 AM
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Steve Calvin wrote:
1) quit cross posting if you want answers. It's considered extremely
rude and improper in the usenet world.




Then Bev wrote:

You are a liar and a ****witted ****.


Crossposting is perfectly fine as long as the newsgroups crossposted
to are on topic for the subject (which the OP's are).



See what I mean Steve? Good job.

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and his 6" boner





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Old 14-03-2005, 03:26 AM
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F.G. Whitfurrows wrote:

Steve Calvin wrote:

1) quit cross posting if you want answers. It's considered extremely
rude and improper in the usenet world.




Then Bev wrote:


You are a liar and a ****witted ****.



Crossposting is perfectly fine as long as the newsgroups crossposted
to are on topic for the subject (which the OP's are).




See what I mean Steve? Good job.

ok, ok, gotcha Fos. I screwed up. I now see your point.

Steve
sheepishly crawling away. Head down)
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Old 14-03-2005, 03:30 AM
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Steve Calvin wrote:

ok, ok, gotcha Fos. I screwed up. I now see your point.

Steve
sheepishly crawling away. Head down)


S'awrite, Steve. Call it tough love. I learnt it from a man named Curry.g
Now don't let it happen again or I'll have to send BOB and Graeme over to
kick yer ass.

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and his 6" boner



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Old 14-03-2005, 03:38 AM
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F.G. Whitfurrows wrote:

Steve Calvin wrote:

ok, ok, gotcha Fos. I screwed up. I now see your point.

Steve
sheepishly crawling away. Head down)



S'awrite, Steve. Call it tough love. I learnt it from a man named Curry.g
Now don't let it happen again or I'll have to send BOB and Graeme over to
kick yer ass.

ROTFLMAO, I think that I owe 'em both a drink. Buy two tickets and I'll
pick 'em up at the station! ;-D

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Steve
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Old 14-03-2005, 04:19 AM
 
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"Charles Turner" wrote:
Hi,

I wonder if anyone could help with the following:-

I have a Charbroil Gas Patio Caddie, which is OK but never really gets
that hot. I'm running it on Propane. When I say it's not that hot, it
cooks food OK but isn't hot enough to really sear a steak for example. My
experience of other gas BBQ's is also similar. Is this just the case with
gas BBQ's.

Also I remember a few years ago (I live in the UK) that when I used a
charcoal BBQ it got so hot that I used to have to cool it down with a
water spray. Now charcoal also does not seem to get as hot as it used to,
some of the instant ones from Tesco, Sainsbury etc., are so cool you can
nearly put your hand on them!!!

Has something changed??

Maybe you're spreading yourself too thin, xposting to so many NGs.

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Bev [email protected] wrote:
On Sun, 13 Mar 2005 19:15:33 -0500, Steve Calvin

1) quit cross posting if you want answers. It's considered extremely
rude and improper in the usenet world.


You are a liar and a ****witted ****.

Crossposting is perfectly fine as long as the newsgroups crossposted
to are on topic for the subject (which the OP's are).


Since "Bev" conveniently snipped the appropriate attribution and chose not
to disclose the NG from which it is posting (proving Fosco's statement), I
can only quote Bev's comment:

Bev: " You are a liar and a ****witted ****."

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Old 14-03-2005, 05:40 AM
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Steve Calvin wrote:
F.G. Whitfurrows wrote:

Steve Calvin wrote:

ok, ok, gotcha Fos. I screwed up. I now see your point.

Steve
sheepishly crawling away. Head down)



S'awrite, Steve. Call it tough love. I learnt it from a man named
Curry.g Now don't let it happen again or I'll have to send BOB and
Graeme over to kick yer ass.

ROTFLMAO, I think that I owe 'em both a drink. Buy two tickets and
I'll pick 'em up at the station! ;-D


Good, have we kissed and made up, gentlemen? g

kili


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Old 14-03-2005, 12:05 PM
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Kilikini wrote:
Steve Calvin wrote:

F.G. Whitfurrows wrote:


Steve Calvin wrote:


ok, ok, gotcha Fos. I screwed up. I now see your point.

Steve
sheepishly crawling away. Head down)


S'awrite, Steve. Call it tough love. I learnt it from a man named
Curry.g Now don't let it happen again or I'll have to send BOB and
Graeme over to kick yer ass.


ROTFLMAO, I think that I owe 'em both a drink. Buy two tickets and
I'll pick 'em up at the station! ;-D



Good, have we kissed and made up, gentlemen? g

kili


lol, no problem on this end Kili. My problem was with the OP which I
thought that I replied with a civil and to the point post and then I got
a scathing note in my mail from the jerk cussing me up one side and down
the other. I got a little p.o'ed and lashed back. No problem with Fos
at all.

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Steve
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Old 14-03-2005, 02:09 PM
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Kilikini wrote:
Good, have we kissed and made up, gentlemen? g
kili


Your (ehhe) into some sick stuff.

-CAL
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Old 16-03-2005, 01:53 AM
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F.G. Whitfurrows wrote:
Steve Calvin wrote:

1) quit cross posting if you want answers. It's considered extremely
rude and improper in the usenet world.


You needn't re-crosspost the previous crossposter's crossposted
crosspost, especially if you aim to explain to said crossposter that
his crossposting is rude. It can only encourage other crossposters
from the other crossposted NGs to crosspost bact to this NG in a
blatant attemp to flaunt their own mannerless crossposting prowess.



I wuz gonna say that upon reading Steve's reply, but better judgement led me
to believe that someone had already corrected his mistake. G

TFM®




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