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    Why do I wake up everyday and think...

    "Man, I want a Yoder... or a Lang or a Kat... or a Horizon..." or a... on and on and on and on.....


    The voices in my head are arguing. Which is nice. If they get quiet I think there planing against me.
    Last edited by Jon Solberg; September 23, 2014, 02:11 PM.

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    Dude, I have some bad grammar/spelling, but you tip the cake......

    quiet, they're, planning.........

    I'd be happy with a Rec-Tec.....

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      #3
      Can I blame my smartphone? Well at least my lack of glasses while operating it.
      Last edited by Jon Solberg; September 23, 2014, 02:18 PM.

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        Originally posted by Jon View Post
        Can I blame my smartphone? Well at least my lack of glasses while operating it.

        whew, thank goodness....I knew it had to be something.....when I type up a Sunday School lesson, I proof read a hard copy and I doubt I make it past 2 sentences before the red pen comes flying out!!!

        I don't have any excuses.....sadly.

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          #5
          Before I got my PBC I looked at EVERYTHING. Pre-made UDS'...everything by LoneStarGrillz.....etc., etc.....

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            #6
            Remember. I did finish in the half if my class that made the top half possible.

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              #7
              Sadly Jon, it never goes away. Ever, ever, ever.......After i got my PBC, and then my Weber Gold, and then my Smoke EZ and.....so far I am in a holding pattern but now I am looking at some bigger rigs. Do I need one?....No. Do I want one?......Well lets just say that so far I have been able to quiet the voices in MY head......

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                Originally posted by Jon View Post
                Remember. I did finish in the half if my class that made the top half possible.
                This is perhaps the best line I've ever read! Please put in the quotes thread! Lol

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                  #9
                  BTW its 600.00 to ship a Lang 48 patio to SE MI Not that I have one coming.

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                    Originally posted by Gunderich_1 View Post
                    Sadly Jon, it never goes away. Ever, ever, ever.......After i got my PBC, and then my Weber Gold, and then my Smoke EZ and.....so far I am in a holding pattern but now I am looking at some bigger rigs. Do I need one?....No. Do I want one?......Well lets just say that so far I have been able to quiet the voices in MY head......

                    True statement. It never goes away. I've got a Primo XL and a fancy gasser (Probably a Weber EP-330 or Summit) on my upgrade list for some time in the not too distant future. I just need you guys to help me justify the purchase

                    I used every rationale I could think of to get the Hasty Bake and Mak 2 approved

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                      David, you're not helping...... You're the voice of reason here.

                      On that note you need a 650 or 670, just sayin
                      Last edited by Jon Solberg; September 29, 2014, 05:47 PM.

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                        Originally posted by Pit Boss View Post
                        It never goes away. I've got a Primo XL and a fancy gasser (Probably a Weber EP-330 or Summit) on my upgrade list for some time in the not too distant future. I just need you guys to help me justify the purchase


                        David,

                        **waving my hand in a jedi-like motion in front of your face**

                        This is the grill you're looking for...






















                        helping you justify...

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Jon View Post
                          David, you're not helping......

                          On that note you need a 650 or 670, just sayin

                          Hah! And you are?

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                          • Jon Solberg
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                            Well played Boss, well played....

                          #14
                          Originally posted by Chriscrna View Post
                          David,

                          **waving my hand in a jedi-like motion in front of your face**

                          This is the grill you're looking for...


                          helping you justify...
                          iNow if your jedi mind trick works on the female gender you might be getting somewhere. lol

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                            #15
                            Originally posted by Pit Boss View Post

                            I used every rationale I could think of to get the Hasty Bake and Mak 2 approved
                            WHY do we need two more grills?

                            WHY do they cost so much? Do we HAVE to spend that much?

                            WHAT can these grills do that the other grills can't?

                            Food is already awesome, how is it going to get better?

                            These are just a taste of the barrage of questions I had to get past.

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                            • bep35
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                              Sometimes it's easier to beg forgiveness than ask permission.

                            • Marauderer
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                              BBQing keeps me occupied and not chasing other women! My wife likes that and works really hard to keep me happy. And the cost of going out drinking and chasing is really expensive compared to what I spend on the grills.

                            • Huskee
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                              I knew you were a rabble-rousing ladies' man Barry. Knew it!

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