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Smuteye John SASS#24774

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  1. Actually, he- and most of his troops- probably did cross standing up.
  2. Ain't that grounds for you losing your Canadian citizenship? Canadians are as foolish about hockey as Southerners are about football.
  3. Naw. That's James Madison. He's at the tiller.
  4. You just keep paying attention to them lessons Kaya is giving you and, if you say your prayers and eat all of your vegetables, maybe you'll be as good a hunter as your teenage daughter.
  5. Women just don't get it. When a woman asks a man, "What are you thinking?" and the man tells her, "Nothing," the woman thinks the man is being uncommunicative or lying. The thing is, he's probably telling the truth.
  6. Nah. That's what they all look like in Auburn.
  7. A fella can only eat so much deer burger afore he's craving a slice of roast or a neck steak fried in butter.
  8. Depends on if you're hunting for meat or bragging rights. Young does and spikes eat better than the old mossy horns. Best venison I ever had came from a little button head (antlers are just showing above the hair line). The neck steaks- cut thin, breaded and fried in butter- cut with a fork and literally melted in your mouth. In contrast, a buddy of mine took a 10 pointer that he'd been chasing for 2 seasons and it was the worst venison I've ever had. Tough as shoe leather, gamey tasting and stringy.
  9. While we're at it, can we cut back on the radio playing the pretentious, over done and over the top Trans Siberian Orchestra Christmas music hourly, too?
  10. I agree with you on that Ray Stevens classic. Way overplayed. Disagree about Blue Christmas. I guess it depends on what version you hear.
  11. That ranks right up there with some of the Campbell Soup offerings ,as far as I'm concerned.
  12. Oh, that moon! You've gotta be more specific around here, Sue, there is a possibility that it could have been this kind of moon, too.
  13. In 'those' cases, I use Christmuh-quanzi-'kkuh and sit back and watch as they try to parse it out.
  14. Herbivore doesn't mean harmless. Cape Buffalo eats grass, leaves and such- but M'Bogo is arguably one of the most dangerous animals on a continent full of things that are trying to bite, sting, stomp or otherwise kill or maim you. They are also notorious for catching wind of a hunting party and hunting them back. Imagine a pissed off bull bigger than a Volkswagon with the skills to stalk you back.
  15. The irony is that I was drinking English tea when I opened this thread. The education system has failed most folks when it comes to history. I graduated high school in the late '80's and they didn't teach me squat about history, so I can't imagine just how ignorant (as in 'lacking knowledge') the younguns today are. Both of my nieces are in their mid 20's and they wouldn't know diddly about local or state history if the family didn't teach it to them. They even went with me to the 200th Anniversary celebration of the Battle of Horseshoe Bend- and knew what it was about before we got there.
  16. You could put all 3 on the same car and I've been stuck behind folks that would still screw it up.
  17. I still think that the Welsh just string consonants together at random and claim it's the proper spelling to get back at the English for conquering them back in the day. Don't see why they wouldn't use subtitles. If National Geographic saw the need to subtitle a guy native to Cuthbert, GA (in their Hogzilla special back several years ago), then the BBC can use them for the more obscure English, Scottish and Welsh accents, too.
  18. No. Chinese dragons with 5 toes on their feet were Imperial dragons. I think the Klukker version wears green bedsheets- or is it black?
  19. If you really want a head scratcher, a dozen of medium eggs occasionally outweigh a dozen large. Same store. same brand, same scale, weighed back to back on a store vegetable scale.
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