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    Hello from Homewood Al

    Bought the book and got the trial visit. We have from Weber a 22"kettle, smokey joe , wsm 18 &22. Just added last fall a Kamado Joe that I'm arguing with. Looking forward to learning from ya'll. Thanks Larry

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    Welcome from Indiana

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      Welcome from ne ohio and a kamado joe owner

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        #4
        A hearty welcome from northern Illinois.

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          Just talk nicely & maybe it will be nice to you. Welcome aboard larry, eat good & have fun.

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            Welcome to The Pit larry d! We’re glad you’re here!

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              Welcome to The Pit Larry. Lots of members cook on ceramic cookers and will be happy to answer questions. You might even get some good answers...

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                #8
                Welcome to the Pit which is a great place to learn!

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                  #9
                  Welcome from Colorado! I spend a bit of my early youth in Homewood ... 'bout 14 years ago ... and by "14", I mean "60" ...

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                    larry d - somewhere on Sterrett Ave. don't remember exactly where ... I was in kindergarten.

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                    About 2 blocks from our home on Edgeland, Place starting in 1960

                  • MBMorgan
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                    larry d - it's a mighty small world ...

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                  Welcome larry d

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                    Welcome to th' Pit larry d !!!

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                      larry d Welcome from Louisiana

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                        #13
                        Hello and welcome, from Oklahoma. Sometimes ya gotta talk all nice and sweet. Sometimes something a little spicier does the trick. All depends on the situation.

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                          #14
                          Larry, welcome to the pit from North Carolina! Don't argue with the KJ, just give it some time to learn its language.

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                            Welcome to the pit larry d . I can't help you with the Kamado Joe, but there are a lot of guys and gals here that can. Enjoy the Wikipedia of BBQ.

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