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It's tough to give a time because it depends so much on your cooking temp and ambient temp,wind etc. Best way is to go by the internal temp. 175 in the deepest part of the thigh is best. Make sure you don't hit bone though.

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highlandcreek wrote:Thank you, Doug!
You are welcome1
P.S. Piss off Talus! :P

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Think I'm going to smoke a chicken, Tom. Well cook it on the grill with some mesquite chips, anyway. How long do you think it will take for a 4 pounder? I know I have to take it's temp to be sure it's done, just a ball park...

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Talus wrote:I don't like that dcarter having the last post in the lounge. I'm never calling Tom to talk about him again.
Aw come on that's the highlight of my week. I love to talk about "you know who" behind his back.

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oops, shoulda been a PM here. Good thing I didn't talk about you guys! ;)
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Good bye, everyone!

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Crazy youths. I can't remember what it was like thinking I would live forever.

Later.

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The guy who lived next door to me in the dorms almost got hit by a train coming out of that tunnel. He was carrying a case of beer. I would have chucked it over the side of the trestle, but he calmly walked across, and stepped off the tracks a couple of seconds before the train would have hit him.

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It was hard to hear the trains coming. We used to jump off where the hand rail is.

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Man, the board is taking FOREVER to re-load today. It's taking me five times as long to see Ben's taunts.

I should get glowing. I mean, GOING. See ya'll latah!

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Talus wrote:It was so pretty and blue it looked like a lagoon. We later learned that this was from mine runoff.
Have your bodily fluids glowed ever since?

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highlandcreek wrote:
Talus wrote:
What 2 sentences? I have not read it. It is like deliverance?
This sentence in particular makes me quiver in my hiking boots:

"Berries, nuts and mushrooms may be gathered and removed except from tree seed orchards or posted areas."

Kidding. It just seems kinda remote. Which is a good thing, when backpacking.

The Descent is a pretty good horror movie out right now about women cavers getting lost and fighting monsters. And it is kinda like Deliverance!
We used to go to the forrest when we were going to OU. There was a really cool swimming hole that was built by the railroad workers. You could jump off the train trestle and land in the water. It was so pretty and blue it looked like a lagoon. We later learned that this was from mine runoff.

http://www.graveaddiction.com/moontun.html

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Thank you, Doug!

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highlandcreek wrote:
maura tierney wrote:You guys got any shows lined up? Between now and November I've got:

The Bottle Rockets
Deadstring Brothers
Eileen Rose
Patty Hurst Shifter
Willard Grant Conspiracy
Cat Power
Lucinda Williams
Nina Nastasia
Primal Scream
I've got nothin'. No time. No money. Hardly even a will to live, at this point.
WOOHOO!!! Rock on, girl!

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Talus wrote:
What 2 sentences? I have not read it. It is like deliverance?
This sentence in particular makes me quiver in my hiking boots:

"Berries, nuts and mushrooms may be gathered and removed except from tree seed orchards or posted areas."

Kidding. It just seems kinda remote. Which is a good thing, when backpacking.

The Descent is a pretty good horror movie out right now about women cavers getting lost and fighting monsters. And it is kinda like Deliverance!

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I don't like that dcarter having the last post in the lounge. I'm never calling Tom to talk about him again.

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