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  1. I need to do a quick security update for the site. It should only be down for a few minutes.
  2. Country style ribs, baked potato, summer squash, Florida corn and a slice of homemade bread
  3. Currently sunshine and 62°. Anxiously awaiting the arrival of my new drone today. With my luck it won't be here until after 6PM.
  4. Could be worse, at least we didn't get 386" this year.
  5. I searched for the old dog photo thread, but couldn't find it. Post up some of your favorite pet photos!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1!!!!!!!!!!!!!11111!!!!!!!!11111 Here's one of Izzy playing catch today.
  6. You win, LOL! On a good note we are supposed to warm up early next week. We may even hit 60 on Tuesday
  7. One of my favorite threads on the old site was this thread. Anyone here in to low and slow BBQ? I just have a Weber Kettle that I setup for offset cooking to smoke. I've got an 8lb pork shoulder to smoke for tomorrow night. Couldn't pass it up at $.49 / lb.
  8. No onions for me. I have used mayo in the past when I didn't have any soft butter.
  9. ‘Night Court’ actor found dead in his North Carolina home, officials say ASHEVILLE, N.C. — Harry Anderson, best known for his leading role in the “Night Court” sitcom in the 80s, died Monday morning at his home in Asheville, police officials said. Police were called to Anderson’s home before 8 a.m., according to Christina Hallingse, Asheville police public information officer. Hallingse said foul play is not suspected. Anderson was born on Oct. 14, 1952 in Newport, Rhode Island. The actor, screenwriter and magician appeared on “Saturday Night Live” from 1981 to 1985, but is best remembered for his leading role on “Night Court.” Anderson played Judge Harold "Harry" T. Stone on “Night Court” from 1984 to 1992. He also played the title role in “Dave’s World” and shot 98 episodes of the sitcom that ran from 1993 to 1997. Anderson moved from Los Angeles to New Orleans, where he met and married his second wife, Elizabeth Morgan, in 2000. He had a small shop in the French Quarter called Sideshow where he sold magic-related items and curiosities. He also opened a nightclub in the French Quarter in 2005 called Oswald’s Speakeasy. Anderson and his wife survived Hurricane Katrina inside the club but, discouraged with the city's recovery, they sold the club and moved to Asheville in 2006.
  10. The Team Maine crew found some snow in Quebec on Thanksgiving weekend. They even found some groomed trails. Photos from
  11. tomato soup & grilled cheese
  12. Ford switching to Mustang in Cup for 2019 Building off its popularity, Ford also is announcing Mustang is coming to the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series - professional stock car racing's top league - for the first time, beginning at Daytona in February. "We're combining America's favorite sports car with America's top stock car racing series," said Mark Rushbrook, global director, Ford Performance Motorsports. "Mustang always has been about affordable performance, which can be traced to innovations we've made competing in racing, like NASCAR. Mustang is a perfect fit for our racing heritage today and tomorrow." Mustang has competed in the NASCAR Xfinity Series since 2011, winning championships in all but one season. It has taken Team Penske to four owner's championships in the last five years and carried Ricky Stenhouse Jr. to consecutive driver's championships in 2011 and 2012. This will be Ford's fourth different Cup model in NASCAR's modern era (1972-present), following Thunderbird, Taurus and Fusion. "This announcement makes me very happy," said Edsel B. Ford II, a member of Ford Motor Company's board of directors. "Mustang is a car that is woven into the fabric of our country, and it's only right that we put it on the track in NASCAR's most visible series. I can't wait." Ford has six organizations and 13 teams in its NASCAR lineup, including Wood Brothers Racing, Roush Fenway Racing, Team Penske, Stewart-Haas Racing, Front Row Motorsports and Go Fas Racing. Mustang is still going through initial testing and will be formally submitted to NASCAR for approval this summer. A public unveiling of the finished product will soon follow. The first series points race for Mustang will be the Daytona 500 on Feb. 17, 2019.
  13. I've seen Count Chocula, not sure about Booberry and Frankenberry.
  14. I've I could only have on cereal it would have to be Frosted Flakes.
  15. Captain Crunch and Cocoa Krispies on deck in case I need an extra boost later tonight
  16. steak tips, roasted potatoes and carrots.
  17. 1st, 5th and 23rd. Good run for the 88 car.