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Porn on the Cob    Posted 08-21-2004 at 13:31:42       [Reply]  [No Email]

Try it you'll like it!!!

I just can't afford to buy it, so I have to grow my own.

A country boy can survive!!! ;^)

Alex


Salmoneye LOL!    Posted 08-21-2004 at 13:50:11       [Reply]  [No Email]
Now that's funny...

Gross...

But funny...

What is really funny is why I actually clicked on this post...That...I can't tell ya...

Salmoneye,


Can Ya spare....    Posted 08-21-2004 at 13:54:17       [Reply]  [No Email]
a few cans from your pantry?

Did you checkout the "Sale" price on the link?

Alex


Whoa...    Posted 08-21-2004 at 14:27:37       [Reply]  [No Email]
We are in the wrong business...

I know where we can get a couple-three tons of that...

Lets see...At $12/16oz, and that would be $24/lb and then into 3 tons...Carry the 7...Naught, carry the naught...why that's...um....

ELEVENTEEN BILLION DOLLARS!!!

We're rich...

:-)


WELL DON'T TELL .........    Posted 08-21-2004 at 15:23:59       [Reply]  [No Email]
everyone about our fungal fortunes.

Arn't fungus fun?

Alex


There's...    Posted 08-21-2004 at 15:50:04       [Reply]  [No Email]
A fungus among'us...

Salmoneye,


Seen any of these??????    Posted 08-21-2004 at 16:47:47       [Reply]  [No Email]

I could use some!

Alex


Nope...    Posted 08-21-2004 at 17:05:10       [Reply]  [No Email]
Too wet here in the NorthEast (go figure)...

Nothing...Hoping for a good 'shaggy' fall...Another 3-4 weeks for them here...Pick them along the driveway on the way back from putting The Girl on the bus...

I have a dream of warm, early season Canada Goose, Swiss Cheese and gently 'fried' Shaggy Mane sandwiches...


NOW YOUR MAKING....    Posted 08-21-2004 at 17:26:26       [Reply]  [No Email]
Me really hungry, we have to run up the Cascades to find them, usually in late April to early June.

Dam rascals are pretty elusive in this country, sneaking around hiding under pine needles, cones and other forest debris.

Alex


Kellyb    Posted 08-21-2004 at 13:48:42       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Gross me out!)*&*&)(*()
P.S. That terminology really dates me doesn't it!
LOL>.90(*)*()(


Don't Look If You........    Posted 08-22-2004 at 02:00:33       [Reply]  [No Email]
Kelly, I live in the desert south central Washington State.

South of where Willy N. (Mark H.) is fighting fires.

The commercial sunflower farmers do not harvest untill late fall. The seeds continue to develope through mid-September.

Unless the seeds are really plump, don't harvest the heads.

We would save the heads to feed the egg laying barnyard scrachers.

Just hang them up in the barn, like garlic braids.

Then once a week toss a head out to supplement your birds diet.

Thems N.Dokata boys would know more about it than I do.


Alex



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