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About Smuteye John SASS#24774

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  • Birthday 01/01/1970

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    The Greater Smiths Station, AL metroplex
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    Shooting, history

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  1. I think something like Valdez is Coming would work better.
  2. It wasn't all that bad. The mid 80's saw a Blues revival with ZZ Top's second career, George Thurgood, and the introduction of guitarists like the Vaughan brothers (Stevie solo and Jimmy with The Fabulous Thunderbirds) and Robert Cray.
  3. I do enjoy the way the authors take history and give it just enough of a twist to make it fit into the alternative history of the storyline. The way they work historical figures in is hilarious sometimes. The introduction and continued exploits of a young Blaise Pascal or the way they have developed Princess Kristina of Sweden, for example. And, yes, I can see Harry's Wrecking Crew and I getting along quite well.
  4. That could be cover art for one of Eric Flint's 1632 series novels. Looks like something Harry Leferts would be involved with before he grew up and settled down some. Imagine a small town in WV in the year 2000 getting scooped up and dropped into the middle of Germany during the The 30 Years War.
  5. I have been known to channel my inner Shaw Brothers and caption it, "No one can face my invincible Tiger style."
  6. They went back to the broiler and brought in Carl's line of hamburgers after the merger. I'd rather have a Hardee's burger than one from the King or the Clown any day.
  7. It's all pre-measured. They dump a pack of dry ingredients or 2 into a bowl, chip in a block or two of shortening and then mix in the buttermilk as measured by the half gallon carton. Once it's mixed, they roll it out with a rolling pin with guides on the ends that keeps them from making the dough too thin and cut it out with a biscuit cutter. Speaking of fast food breakfasts, did Carl, Jr add Hardee's breakfast to their menu after the buyout/merger? If not, then we Southerners came out way ahead on the deal because Hardee's lunch is much better than it used to be.
  8. Hmmmm.... Pork-sicle. Throw it on the grill for a bit and sell them with a little cup of Foy's as a dipping sauce and I bet it would be a hit!
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