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CUCHSUX

    recipe for concoction:

     

    a big fuckin pan, 2 hands for measurin, a tongue for tastin and a lot of leftover shit.

     

    fry up 2 cut med potatos for a while in 3/4c of buttah

    add in 1 cut up onion and a peppah

    throw in the hotdogs no one ate last night...cut em up

    peppahoni...throw it all in they-ah

    think there's some spiral-ham...that works

    throw whatevah you want in and add more buttah if the shit soaks it all up

    3 eggs..crack em right ovah the shit, pop the yolks, give it a slight stir and let ah simmah till the egg cooks

    throw in like a cup of shredded cheddah, covah and simmah again.

     

    they-ah...heart attack in a big fuckin pan.

    the worst thing you can do for someone drowning in shark infested waters is throw them a life preserver. don't you think?

     

     

     

     


    Home Away From Home

      recipe for concoction:

       

      a big fuckin pan, 2 hands for measurin, a tongue for tastin and a lot of leftover shit.

       

      fry up 2 cut med potatos for a while in 3/4c of buttah

      add in 1 cut up onion and a peppah

      throw in the hotdogs no one ate last night...cut em up

      peppahoni...throw it all in they-ah

      think there's some spiral-ham...that works

      throw whatevah you want in and add more buttah if the shit soaks it all up

      3 eggs..crack em right ovah the shit, pop the yolks, give it a slight stir and let ah simmah till the egg cooks

      throw in like a cup of shredded cheddah, covah and simmah again.

       

      they-ah...heart attack in a big fuckin pan.

       I feel the pounds just climbing on the scale already.

       

      You missed Chicago but I had my post race meal planned long before we went. I took Salty, McCullough, Tom and Laurie to a place called the Silver Palm Dinner and had a meal called the "3 little pigs" I had heard about. It was discovered by the bar owner one early morning after a few rounds after closing time. It was huge bulky roll with 3 porks in between, spiral ham, bacon and pork tenderloin slices, it too had an egg tossesd in with a huge helping of fries./ MY GOD WAS IT AAAWWSSOOMMMEEE.  I so miss it.

      MM#5768

      "Anyone can do it in ideal conditions"- A quote from a true NE CN runner and friend.


      Home Away From Home

        UPDATE: - I didn't know where to type this to share so I decided to toss it in here. We just got called to change course to go to Calais, France. Never been there, looks like I will be flying home from there I guess.

        MM#5768

        "Anyone can do it in ideal conditions"- A quote from a true NE CN runner and friend.


        My salty dogs

          UPDATE: - I didn't know where to type this to share so I decided to toss it in here. We just got called to change course to go to Calais, France. Never been there, looks like I will be flying home from there I guess.

          Cool-- post some pics.  Safe travels!!!


          Home Away From Home

            Cool-- post some pics.  Safe travels!!!

             You got it, I sure will.

            MM#5768

            "Anyone can do it in ideal conditions"- A quote from a true NE CN runner and friend.


            CUCHSUX

              Cool-- post some pics. 

               if you post here...good luck. ask tdave how he did it.

              the worst thing you can do for someone drowning in shark infested waters is throw them a life preserver. don't you think?

               

               

               

               


              Home Away From Home

                 if you post here...good luck. ask tdave how he did it.

                 I will post when I get home as I will taking most the pictures on the way to airport anyway.  

                MM#5768

                "Anyone can do it in ideal conditions"- A quote from a true NE CN runner and friend.


                CUCHSUX

                   I will post when I get home as I will taking most the pictures on the way to airport anyway.  

                   i wanted to post a pic and the site wouldn't let me....i mean. personal pics are a problem but tdave knows how to do it.

                  the worst thing you can do for someone drowning in shark infested waters is throw them a life preserver. don't you think?

                   

                   

                   

                   


                  "Beep, Beep!"

                    You have to upload your pictures to a web photo site - like Photobucket or Picassa. Then you get the URL of the photo and copy that on the to picture link... it's the icon (insert/edit image)with the tree above.

                    Life's journey is not to arrive safely to the grave in a well-preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways thoroughly used up, totally worn out and loudly proclaiming ... WOW! What a ride!


                    Home Away From Home

                      You have to upload your pictures to a web photo site - like Photobucket or Picassa. Then you get the URL of the photo and copy that on the to picture link... it's the icon (insert/edit image)with the tree above.

                       Will play with that when I get home and share a photo or two of France then

                      MM#5768

                      "Anyone can do it in ideal conditions"- A quote from a true NE CN runner and friend.


                      Home Away From Home

                        So we had a Superbowl pool on here and I won $600. Couldn't have cared less who won, didn't watch it but still won, nice. $600 will go nicely to the wish list of a new things to buy.

                        MM#5768

                        "Anyone can do it in ideal conditions"- A quote from a true NE CN runner and friend.


                        CUCHSUX

                          back in novembah i watched these sequence videos and learned a lot have never really swam before. thought maybe you might find somethin here to help. i just watched it again and see that my flip has developed into my own probably very inefficient "style". funny how that happens.

                           

                          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fHXNBbLFiJs

                          the worst thing you can do for someone drowning in shark infested waters is throw them a life preserver. don't you think?

                           

                           

                           

                           


                          Home Away From Home

                            back in novembah i watched these sequence videos and learned a lot have never really swam before. thought maybe you might find somethin here to help. i just watched it again and see that my flip has developed into my own probably very inefficient "style". funny how that happens.

                             

                            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fHXNBbLFiJs

                            Thanks cuch, I will check them soon. Appreciate it. I did 24 laps today in the time I did 22 last week small improvement but I'll get faster, today was only my 3rd pool day in years.

                            MM#5768

                            "Anyone can do it in ideal conditions"- A quote from a true NE CN runner and friend.


                            Home Away From Home

                              Thanks cuch, good videos and shows me I have to get practicing on proper technique 

                              MM#5768

                              "Anyone can do it in ideal conditions"- A quote from a true NE CN runner and friend.


                              CUCHSUX

                                sailah...ah u gonna be around for the seadogs mothah's day race? wicked flat and i bet u could < 19. if not u should sign up for one before u leave again.  it would give you somethin to shoot for that few in the group have. just sayin.

                                the worst thing you can do for someone drowning in shark infested waters is throw them a life preserver. don't you think?

                                 

                                 

                                 

                                 

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