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    Well, some of you might get what I meant by that. Anyway, this looks like a great place and I look forward to spending some time here. Anyone have some Mountain Dew or cappuccino?

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    Re: orc-fighting patriot, reporting for duty!

    Welcome aboard! First Mountain Dew is on me!!

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      Re: orc-fighting patriot, reporting for duty!

      Welcome! Nice place, good folks here.
      God,grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change,courage to change the things I can,and the wisdom to know the difference.

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        Re: orc-fighting patriot, reporting for duty!

        Thanks for the welcome! Does anybody like okra? I just picked a bunch of it today.

        "Will trade okra for ammo"

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          Sling might trade you ammo for Okra. I live about 6 miles away from him, but I won't. (Heh! I live here, but I'm not "from" here.)

          I do Sweet Tea and Southwestern Barbecue, but I don't do Okra, unless it's fried. And I don't do Cappuccino, although I make it regularly for people who do.

          Personally, I make what they call a "4 cup" pot of Expresso, and put a coffee mug under the spout. Then, I drink it. Aaaaaahhhh! Caffeine!

          Rough old men abound here. But jump right in. We got firearms, as well as Espresso Makers.

          Alle Kunst ist umsunst Wenn ein Engel auf das Zundloch brunzet (All skill is in vain if an angel pisses down the touch-hole of your musket.) Old German Folk Wisdom.

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            I DETEST okra with a passion. My SC Mother, bless her, married a Louisiana Navy man after the last Great War. He would only eat okra cooked the "slimy" way and us kids had to eat it or get nothin'! More often then not, when okra was served, I ate nothin' I hated the taste so bad! I have tried it fried, but nothin' doin'!

            Anyway, welcome to the board from a fellow South Carolinian! I am up Spartanburg way!
            GTP
            Last edited by GTP; August 4, 2009, 17:26.

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              Re: orc-fighting patriot, reporting for duty!

              Originally posted by GTP View Post
              I DETEST okra with a passion. My SC Mother, bless her, married a Louisiana Navy man after the last Great War. He would only eat okra cooked the "slimy" way and us kids had to eat it or get nothin'! More often then not, when okra was served, I ate nothin' I hated the taste so bad! I have tried it fried, but nothin' doin'!

              Anyway, welcome to the board from a fellow South Carolinian! I am up Spartanburg way!
              GTP

              Well, I'll forgive you about the okra. It's like orange marmalade, either you love it or you hate it. Good to see another SC person here. Maybe we'll bump into each other at a gun show!

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                Re: orc-fighting patriot, reporting for duty!

                Originally posted by jefferson101 View Post
                Personally, I make what they call a "4 cup" pot of Expresso, and put a coffee mug under the spout. Then, I drink it. Aaaaaahhhh! Caffeine!
                That works too! BTW, you might not have been aware that you can make a coffee substitute by grinding and roasting okra seeds! This was discovered, IIRC, in Confederate Texas when true coffee was not available due to hostilities.

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                  Re: orc-fighting patriot, reporting for duty!

                  Originally posted by jefferson101 View Post
                  Sling might trade you ammo for Okra. I live about 6 miles away from him, but I won't. (Heh! I live here, but I'm not "from" here.)
                  I have plenty of Okra for now!! I normally plant Okra every year and freeze a bunch. My inlaws always have extra too.

                  I like it fried, boiled with plenty of butter and in soup or gumbo!!

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                    Re: orc-fighting patriot, reporting for duty!

                    Welcome

                    mike

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