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  1. How can the person with the bottle show no concern with the kid?

  2. I think it was one of the horrible shows on Quibi. Since the platform failed I've seen the content all over.

  3. I mean, from a quick google search it appears Ireland is still 78 percent Catholic so it seems they still dominate lol

  4. But is that a real number? Is it people that identify as catholic but just hit mass on Christmas and Easter or is it like the way the LDS church says its membership is growing?

  5. This is not him, but there used to be a class A nutcase that thought he could communicate with bears.

  6. My father in law used to shoot them with a pellet gun and cook them. When my SO and I were first going out I peaked into their fridge for a snack and came across this critter splayed out like they do the cabrito. Little fellow was in some foil like a leftover.

  7. I'd love a nice Wagner or a vintage pan, but for $25 at Walmart, this has FAR surpassed what I assumed. I feel weird cooking on anything non-stick.

  8. The jackals are listening but I found on Goodwill online a Wagner #6 for $10 and a #8 for $26 plus S&H for both. Both were pretty cruddy and had rust but they cleaned up nice. I am currently building up a seasoning now. I've got a big Lodge but the surface and weight of those old Wagners are amazing.

  9. Karen needs to get her groove back. Give her the ganja and tell her to mellow out.

  10. Should have just told her that some pigs hunt for truffles this one hunts for cunts. I think it has found one.

  11. Soooo easy country gravy. I cook 1/2 lb to 1 lb of breakfast sausage. Remove the sausage to drain leaving 1 to 1/2 T of drippings. Add a little oil to the pan. Sprinkle about 3 T of flour over the drippings over medium heat stirring constantly until the flour is browned. Add 1 1/2 cups of milk but only 1/2 cup at a time and cook until the gravy has the consistency you prefer. Stir in sausage, add a little salt and pepper and serve over hot biscuits.

  12. I tell my wife all the time how simple gravy is. Make a roux, add your liquid, and stir. You check your seasoning and you're done.

  13. He has a better chance of turning into Uncle Ben.

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