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Subdeacon Joe

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  1. Sorry about that. May I ask what the restrictions are? That 2nd one might possibly be able to be adapted to your diet.
  2. I put the trash bin out for pick up tomorrow and noticed that our Annin flag seemed different. Took a closer look and saw that the staff was bent just above the socket. Brought it in to take a photograph, then spent about 20 minutes trying to find a customer service link. Finally found a link to sales. I fired off a note, including the photograph, and asked that it be forwarded to the appropriate person. Then I chopped off the staff about an inch above the damage and set it out again.
  3. Knave may refer to: A rogue (vagrant), a rascal, deceitful fellow, a dishonest man Another name for Jack, in card games A male domestic worker, a person who works within the employer's household (kitchen boy in Middle English) A male infant, peasants or lower class laborers
  4. Anti-steak? Sir, you are mistaken! I am thoroughly PRO-steak. I point out that it matters naught what adulterants are used to mask the pure flavor of beef, the one being no better than the other, and what do I get? INSULTS! Why, Sir, if you were worth one more word, I should call you knave!
  5. Think of it as a tomato and vinegar BBQ sauce. Same thing. If you are going to put sauce on a steak, other than the pan juices mounted with some butter, what difference does it make if it is fermented fish kitsap (Worcestershire sauce), Carolina BBQ sauce (Place apple cider vinegar, brown sugar, ketchup, cayenne pepper, red pepper flakes, salt, and pepper in a sauce pan.), or your favorite brand of store bought catsup?
  6. The original New England spelling of it. Well before Heinz changed it to "ketchup" when other brands of catsup came on the market. Used to come in a wide variety of flavors, too. https://d.lib.msu.edu/fa/16#page/126/mode/2up 458. Walnut Catsup.-—Take three half sieves\of walnut shells, put them into a tub, mix them up well with common salt, about a pound and a half. Let them stand six days, frequently beating and washing them; by this time the shells become soft and pulpy; then by banking them up on one side of the tub, raising the tub on the same side, the” liquor will run clear off
  7. Dang, l haven't done that in a coons age! Even better if you toss a couple of slices of fried bologna on it.
  8. Sometimes the "stupid question" isn't so stupid. Usually it is, but sometimes it has sound reasons behind it.
  9. Ah! Thank you. It is sooooo difficult to keep up with the current etiquette.
  10. Isn't that traditionally used as the fish gun?
  11. How gauche! Everyone knows that the handgun should have the butt pointing away from the plate. That is obviously set up for a left handed cross draw.
  12. In reality SPAM is an uncured, uncased sausage.
  13. That was my thought. "I've been a pilot for 50 years! Nothing I can't handle. "
  14. This last one I think I would cut slices of for a sandwich.
  15. At that age I was already reading Michener - I loved, and still love - The Source. Maybe Shogun would catch his interest. Harry Turtledove is a master at alternative history. Things like Ruled Britannia, in which the Armada wasn't stopped and Spain conquered England and Wm. Shakespeare gets caught up in the conspiracy to set England free. He has a two book series about Japan capturing Hawaii and then being driven out. His World War series is Sifi, but doesn't really read like it. The Ring of Fire (aka 1623)series by Eric Flint, and othe
  16. In "Centennial" James Michener wrote something like, "A broad upland is a plateau, after time and erosion it becomes a mesa, then a butte, then a pinnacle, and finally a memory." Something like that, anyway.
  17. They will couple with other species in flight.
  18. I saw them on the shelves in February, though I'd wait. Started looking for them 2 weeks before Western Easter, not a single package to be found.
  19. Re: Chicago Garden Dogs. "Pile on the toppings in this order: yellow mustard, sweet green pickle relish, onion, tomato wedges, pickle spear, sport peppers, and celery salt. The tomatoes should be nestled between the hot dog and the top of the bun. Place the pickle between the hot dog and the bottom of the bun" By the time you load all that on you don't need the dog. Might not even notice if it was missing.
  20. I'm with you on that. The buck a pack Bar-S eat just as well as the seven buck a pack dogs. Paying steak prices for hot dogs doesn't make much sense to me. But if that's what floats your boat, go for it.
  21. City council meeting? Or Costco parking lot?
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