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    It ought to be good eats at your house tomorrow night!

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      #3
      I hate weekends I have to work. Everybody always has so much fun and I'm stuck here...

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      • Jon Solberg
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        Dude, all I can say is Thanks for being there. What you got going on the weekends is flippin important! just sayin

      • Huskee
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        Thanks Jon! We all help the world go 'round in our own way don't we.

      #4
      Originally posted by Huskee View Post
      I hate weekends I have to work. Everybody always has so much fun and I'm stuck here...
      So quit. I mean you wouldn't have any funds to do what you want but, heck, so what. Work is good, it makes you appreciate the other things in your life!! And think of all the folks you help at work.
      Last edited by Marauderer; October 5, 2014, 04:12 AM.

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      • Huskee
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        Bad advice Barry. I prefer to drool at the computer, and then I'll be off next weekend.

      • Marauderer
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        OK, I made my point didn't I. You need to wear a bib so you don't short out your keyboard. Since I have come to the "Pit Nation" I have had to do that. I am on my second keyboard.

      #5
      OK DW, how many racks and is there any butts or brisket to go with them?? And are they all just for you or are you going to share? IMWTK.

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      • DWCowles
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        There are six racks and yes I also doing a brisket. Of course I will share.

      • Marauderer
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        You are a good man DW!!

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        #7
        Very nice! Is there a glaze or sauce on at the end?

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        • DWCowles
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          No sauce...I like dry ribs so I can put my homemade bbq sauce on at the table

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        Nicely done.

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