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Ron_L
09-15-2006, 06:33 PM
So far we have Greg, Bill, Phil, Big Dog, Pimpsmoke, BBQ Bull, Mark, Jeff in KC, Neil, Voodoo BBQ and me.

Web cam is up. Yahoo Messenger ID is rclewen at sbcglobal dot net

bbqjoe
09-15-2006, 07:00 PM
I can't remember how to get linked up.
Help.

Kevin
09-15-2006, 07:07 PM
I can't remember how to get linked up.
Help.

You'll probably have to download Yahoo instant messenger since you broke your Dell and had to do the recovery thingy.

http://messenger.yahoo.com/download.php

2Fat
09-15-2006, 07:40 PM
I tried to give a catering job to another guy for Saturday---but am stuck here in the middle of wisconsin cooking bbq------------ALONE
enjoy

buzz

Ron_L
09-15-2006, 07:45 PM
At least your cooking! You could be doing chores!

2Fat
09-15-2006, 08:37 PM
don't do chores!

Buzxz

Ron_L
09-15-2006, 09:53 PM
Some bash bites...

You'd be amazed what can go through a dick.

Have you ever seen a sheep's a$$?

Have you ever seen a buffalo's...

You've cornholed a buffalo?

It's just a cigarette... You don't have to keep passing it back and forth!

What happens at the bash shows up on the Internet within two minutes!

nmayeux
09-15-2006, 10:07 PM
Wish I was there! Have a drink for me.

Doorbusters
09-16-2006, 12:08 AM
psssttttt.

Jeff has a hard thing...

pass it on

Bigmista
09-16-2006, 08:50 AM
Anybody up over there yet?

chad
09-16-2006, 10:15 AM
Have "fun" guys! I'm cooking 60# of pork right now...been on about 30 minutes.

So far my son has broken one lawnmower and the day is young!

BBQchef33
09-16-2006, 11:18 AM
we just becoming human.. webcam will be up shortly, but we are going to the lake to tear down a wall.

:)

bbqjoe
09-16-2006, 11:26 AM
we just becoming human.. webcam will be up shortly, but we are going to the lake to tear down a wall.

:)
The old "Say, while I got you guys here......" Trick.

Ron_L
09-16-2006, 12:55 PM
More bash bites...

I'm gonna mount this...

I can't get it into my butt...

Big Dog, Big log...

Jeff_in_KC
09-16-2006, 12:56 PM
Latest Bash Bite...

"I'm gonna mount this."

Jeff_in_KC
09-16-2006, 01:30 PM
"Where's your man meat?"

Solidkick
09-16-2006, 06:55 PM
I spent 20 minutes trying to get someone to respond to a PM to get access to the webcam.......they must be too busy mounting something with thier man meat.......

Mark
09-17-2006, 11:41 AM
Got home 2o minutes ago.
Took Tylenol PM
Crashing
Bye

MrSmoker
09-17-2006, 11:57 AM
I spent 20 minutes trying to get someone to respond to a PM to get access to the webcam.......they must be too busy mounting something with thier man meat.......That's probably when they were having their way with Jeff's Smoker:shock:

bbqjoe
09-17-2006, 01:55 PM
Internet bash bite: That's almost as gay as BBQ poetry!

Jeff_in_KC
09-17-2006, 03:36 PM
"Fark! I didn't know that goddamned log was there!"

"And then the little farkers proceeded to have their way with my ass crack!"

Just got home... wiped out! Gotta shower! Had a blast but happy to be home!

Thanks Greg and T Bird!

PimpSmoke
09-17-2006, 04:29 PM
Wake up this morning in the trailer. Ron says "how'd you get in here".


All I know is it involved a Bull and a threat.

I'm going to sleep.

Thanks Greg, for the great weekend.

SmokeInDaEye
09-17-2006, 05:09 PM
"Fark! I didn't know that goddamned log was there!"

"And then the little farkers proceeded to have their way with my ass crack!"

Just got home... wiped out! Gotta shower! Had a blast but happy to be home!

Thanks Greg and T Bird!

Sounds like you all had a great time. Can't wait to check out some pix!

By the way, Jeff, you missed an entire Rachel Ray thread while the "little farkers" where at work. We were about to call the authorities in but glad to hear you survived...:biggrin:

Ron_L
09-17-2006, 05:14 PM
Wake up this morning in the trailer. Ron says "how'd you get in here".


All I know is it involved a Bull and a threat.

I'm not one to tattle on a brother, but all I heard was Bull say "Get in there!" and Pimp crying like a little girl... :eek: :rolleyes:

Remember... What happens at a bash ends up on the internet within two minutes!

Once Phil has a chance to set up an album in the gallery for the bash, we can all upload our pictures.

Thanks, Greg and T for hosting us!

BBQchef33
09-17-2006, 05:51 PM
I think the lines was

"they had a field day on my ass crack."

and

"I dont like Gerbils, they put up to much of a a fight.. im a hamster kinda guy..



as usual...

it was all about the meat..

friday was cheese bread, beer, fatties, puppy peters, teaquilla, pot of chile, pork loins and beer... and oh? did i mention tequilla..?? Greg had some crazy 12 proof cherry koolaid that was a hangover in a bottle. Friday was more drinkin that eatin..

Saturday, food got insane.. briskets, ribs(ronelle and jeff made something like 12 racks), pimp cooked something with various names, "smelly beef", fragrent beef..we all settled on "Pimps man meat").. i did a big prime rib.. ronelle did some fatty ronello, Bob made smoked meatloaf.. Mark made salsa for 200, Bull made Salmon......... im sure i missed stuff.. What i do know is the question of the day was.. Whose gonna eat all this stuff?".... but, i dont know about the others but by evening, me personally had it with anything that ever had a corpuscle.. Jeff and VooDoo had it right, and went for icecream and got me a BIG CHOCOLATE THICK SHAKE" :eusa_clap which was the perfect nightcap for me.. :oops: (I was a wuss when it came to shots on saturday.. I think the ronellos and meatloaf combined in my innards to for some kind of nuclear waste.... early on i did try to put the intestinal fire out with some of Bobs Beans, which had a really rumbly effect..(right pimp?) lets see.. in afternoons a steady flow of Chile, chorizo, fatties, jalepeno, meatlof with onions followed by a bowl of beans..

nuff said.

as with other bashes.. by saturday night, we were so partied out that we were out early.. i think.. around 2am.. :)

A great time, and another Bash to add to the count.. Thanks Tbird and Greg for hosting.


Now..onto the NEXT BASH...


Everyone at Jeff_in_KC's. Hes got a really hot smoker.. :twisted:


PS, just to touch on something that will be discussed(and copied) in KC's forum.. But i need some sleep.. wil do it all tomorrow.....


We did have a really nice ceremony for KCQuer. Greg set aside a spot in his front yard next to the flagpole.... flag was at half mast.. .. we each took turns digging out the spot and planted a cherry tree there.. we gave KC a few shots of Cabo, had a few toasts to him, but few words were said. It was a quiet and solomn time which afterwards Greg returned his flag to full mast as we all sat and watched.. No one was speaking really.... i think it was just a time of peace and a few more goodbyes. We will have pictures and some final video added in KC's forum before it gets moved to the final home.

Doorbusters
09-17-2006, 09:00 PM
Well, I wish I could have been there, may have been a bit more calm! I did enjoy the videos at my FOCIS class. However, come hell or high water, I will be at the next bash!

bbqjoe
09-17-2006, 09:27 PM
I heard somebody on this board was voted the official bashwuss.
Bashwuss *<snicker>* Bashwuss

Jeff_in_KC
09-17-2006, 10:18 PM
Try sayin' THAT three times fast...

Neil
09-18-2006, 03:49 AM
I too would like to thank Tbird and Greg for being such gracious hosts again for the fall Midwest Bash. It's always good to see brothers again and meet new ones. One of these years I'll have to make it for a full weekend.

djmarko
09-18-2006, 07:41 AM
What's up guys, no pictures yet??

Bill-Chicago
09-18-2006, 07:44 AM
Yes, Thanks Greg and Theresa

And thanks to Spicewine for loading up Jeff with all kinds of goodies. Looking forward to trying the Hen and Hog dust.

bbqbull: great meeting you. Reinforces the spirit of the Brethren when you meet someone you have absolutly nothing else in common but barbecue, and still can find a common gorund to celebrate on.

Mark, we missed your hangover curing brekafast on Sunday morning.

It was also great to meet Voodoo. Didnt realize he was so close. Hope to see him for the Memorial Weekend Mini.

Great to meat Jeff to, and glad he took the ribbing on his smoker pictures in jest. That is one sweet cooker.

As a final fall bash at Greg's before moving down to MoFo land, it was a proper send off. The memorial to Scott was awesome, and helped me move on for I couldn't attend his actual ceremony. Looking forward to visiting Greg in a few years and seeing it in full bloom.

KFC mashed potatoes last night, just a little. I need to work my way back to solid foods.

Again, thanks to all who participated, both live and on the chat sessions.

BBQchef33
09-18-2006, 07:57 AM
oh yeah.. NO BREAKFAST on Sunday was different... but I think it was a god send.. after 2 days of eating... NO Mas.. NO Mas.!!!

dinner last night... a bowl of pasta..... Family had steamed lobsters...... no way i was gonna make it thru that..

PimpSmoke
09-18-2006, 08:03 AM
As I took off my Brethren hat and put on my work clothes I felt really compelled to put some thoughts down and share some of what I've got running through my head.

I've met some very fine people face to face last weekend, finally: BBQ Bull, Jeff in KC, Big Dog, Voodoo BBQ, Mark, Willkat98, Neil, Poohbah, Mark and TBird and the Brothers I have already met, Parrothead, MrB, RonL.
Everyone on that list I was priveleged to spend time talking to.

Wow...........is all I can really think to describe the feeling of driving to a different state and meeting people from all over the country and striking up a conversation like you've known them for months or years. And there was never a lack of things to talk about.

Sharing stories of past threads that were special to us around the fire on Saturday night as well as hearing past bash stories was great fun. And the shots and beer just kept flowing. Finally getting to cook with all of the Brothers was really cool. Especially spraying the grease fire in the BYC with AJ, just to suffer the ensuing inferno.

Thanks to Spicewine for the sauces and rub, I'll send a check for the sticker later.

About 7 or 8 on Saturday morning (as I was turning back into a human) I had an especially meaningful conversation with Neil and BigDog over coffee and Kahlua.

Voodoo, Thanks for the 90 minute IPA, it's in the frig, waiting for a special occassion.

Pooh I woke up this morning and thought.............."time for mustard" and then promptly flatulated all over my bedroom.

Bill, I think later today the Don Eduardo that Ron brought and the Parrot Bay will work it's way out of my system for good.

Ron, I tried you're Raspberry Hab jelly on a peanut butter sandwich last night....Outstanding!!!

Mark...I don't think I want to know ALL of the things that will fit through a human member.

Jeff in KC, I REALLLY liked you're cooker, and all of the bites that just seemed to crop up when you were around (ribs kicked arse too)

Bull, I don't know if it would be shocking or entertaining to see someones testicles get kicked into their esophagus.

And after I thanked TBird and she told me, "as long as you all had fun, messes can be cleaned up"

Bob, as always arse kicking meatloaf and hanging in with us until late Sat night.

And about 9:30 last night, Greg called to check to make sure I got back in one piece and signs off the call with something that will stick with me for awhile.

I didn't know when I arrived how to approach the KC memorial. I knew KC from the forum and valued the information he gave in very high regard, but had never met him in person. After the tribute got rolling all of my misperceptions flew out the window. I realized that everyone that gives up a little tribute or prayer for KC is not only good to do as a Brother, but being there Saturday I felt like I was there to support all my Brothers in their time of sadness. Not that my presence meant anything special, but every thought, every action and every prayer helps in ways we probably will never understand. All of you Bros that are hurting inside, I will give whatever I can, even if it's only an ear sometimes.

All of you Bro's that are contemplating going to a comp or meeting up with any of the Brethren.....do it. You won't regret it.

Bill-Chicago
09-18-2006, 08:36 AM
And for those that were wondering, Pimpsmoke does indeed posess and where the hat in his avatar.

That was farking hillarious

Arlin_MacRae
09-18-2006, 08:48 AM
Thanks for clearing that up, Bill!!!

voodoobbqIL
09-18-2006, 08:58 AM
I am not even sure where to start.

First off, thanks to the Host and Hostess for opening their home to us!

It was great to meet a bunch of people so different and so similar at the same time. We talked about everything under the sun...and moon. You never get the chance to really connect with others at contests. I cannot believe that there are so many that share the same lust for smoke that I do so close to my backyard.

Every person at the bash made an impression on me

Phil, thanks for letting me help with the chili, eating by far the largest prime rib I have ever touched, and for all of the great advice on life in general...definately worthy of the term Poobah

Greg, thanks for thinking of me and making sure I knew when and where and for letting us play on the big bad BYC. See you this weekend in BN

Bull, you are a passionate man and I like that you certainly let it flow and I enjoyed chatting with you on everything from Fast Eddy's to life and death.

Pimp, You taught me the WRONG way to sleep in your car. Thanks for the stinky man meat and the after affects, glad the wife was gone until last night...thought I might have to repaint the living room wall. It was my pleasure to get some good brew for a man that in my book knows about as much as one can know about craft brewing.

Ron, thanks for keeping us live on the net. and the yummy goodies you gave everyone...that fatty was AWESOME! I hope to see you again soon.

Big Dog, WE did not chat much at the Bash but the 1 hour+ ride to the airport yesterday was great. I think that what you do in the real world (teaching) is by far the most important job anywhere. You are saving lives before they are in trouble...enought said. I appreciated the smoke talk as well and finding out that I might be on the right track.

Will_Kat, insane that we live so close and have never connected let's not allow that to go on much longer.

Bob, very cool new smoker the design is definitely working, the stuff out of it was some might fine product. I will see it more this weekend in BN. thanks for showing us all the cool pics of the design and fabrication.

Mark, not only some of the most profound Bash Bites but the most falic squash in the land. Next time we get together we will just get a 5 gallon bucket for our iced tea. See you soon.

and finally Jeff,
If you don't like me blame Jeff. He and I met at the Royal last year and I am a firm believer that everything happens for a reason. Jeff introduced me to the group and has kept me active. He and I got to spend some Dis & Ref. time around the Spicewine prior to the deflowering ritual and it was great. We really ran the gambit of subjects and I have more respect for you now than I did before. Can't wait to see you in KC and thank for the Shiner Bock, it was well received at the house.

The memorial service was extremely touching and heart-felt and although I did not know KC too well I felt very close to him at that moment and I was proud to be able to participate in remembering someone so special to what we do and the world in general.

I will definitely attend more Bashes but it would take a lot to compare with the first one.

thank you for the memories and the fellowship!

Jeff_in_KC
09-18-2006, 09:03 AM
I'm already back at it at the office this morning and of course, once again, missing a day of work has gotten me swamped. (job security?) But I did want to take a couple of minutes to say how much I enjoyed my first Bash! Regardless of how badly my smoker was sexually assaulted while me and VooDoo ran into town, you all are a damned fine bunch of guys and I'm proud to call you Brothers! You're still a bunch of farkers but that's beside the point. I knew I was gonna spend a large portion of the weekend laughing my arse off but this not being a "normal" Bash, I was also prepared for some tears on Saturday afternoon. Overall, a very nice weekend! Sorry I had to take off so early on Sunday morning but it was STILL pushing 4pm when I got home! Had a 30 minute period of being STOPPED on I-70 for a wreck west of Boonville.

Thanks again to Greg and T Bird for being outstanding hosts! Sorry I missed previous Fall Bashes. And Greg, thanks for the phone call last night. I appreciate your concern. But I had my cell phone turned off and on the charger so I didn't get it til early this morning.

Looking forward to the MoFo Bash next year!

parrothead
09-18-2006, 09:07 AM
Thanks to everyone that made it. It is always great to see old friends and meet new faces that already feel like old friends.

Bull, thanks for the help in setting up. Drinks kind of slowed us down on Thursday night, but we made up for it on Friday and got most everything done before people started arriving.

Everyone else? Well all the posts above me pretty much sum it up.

Jeff_in_KC
09-18-2006, 09:20 AM
We really ran the gambit of subjects and I have more respect for you now than I did before.

You actually had respect before??? Damn, my bad rep is gonna be shot to hell! :lol:

Thanks for the ride in the Coop on Saturday evening! I used to chuckle at those cars but not anymore! That thing has ALL the bells and whistles and flat ass planted me against the back of my seat! Defintely has some power to it!

Bigmista
09-18-2006, 09:29 AM
Pimp, You taught me the WRONG way to sleep in your car. Thanks for the stinky man meat and the after affects, glad the wife was gone until last night...

Something just isn't right about that statement.

voodoobbqIL
09-18-2006, 09:33 AM
you don't know the half of it Mista

PimpSmoke
09-18-2006, 09:43 AM
At the risk of egging it on...............

I am covered with little prick marks:eusa_clap

Ron_L
09-18-2006, 10:44 AM
At the risk of egging it on...............

I am covered with little prick marks:eusa_clap

Whew! Then I'm off the hook... I don't have a little one... :eek:

It was great meeting the bash virgins (Bull, Pimp (even though we met in Racine), VooDoo (it's always nice to find another Q'er so close!), Jeff (nice cooker, BTW!) and seeing the veterans again! As usual I ate too much, drank enough and laughed almost constantly! We had chinese carry-out for dinner last night for a change of pace!

Oh... Bill... I think you spent a little too much time with Phil. You're starting to type like him :rolleyes:

Bigmista
09-18-2006, 11:25 AM
At the risk of egging it on...............

I am covered with little prick marks:eusa_clap

Pimp's little prick makes marks.

Pass it on...

cabo
09-18-2006, 12:12 PM
Guys & Gals,
I’ve been amongst the quiet for a time. I deal with stuff that way. Oh, I’ve logged on and lurked, but didn’t have anything to say. Just dealing with KC’s passing. So young! So unfair!!! He was there with you in spirit……..and that alone made it a BASH to remember. I couldn’t make it due to financial considerations etc.
So, I missed another one. I’m glad everything turned out well. That was surely Scott watching out for us, again. I’ve read the posts, and thought about quoting someone, but there are so many good ones, I’m at a loss.
Rock on Brothers. Maybe next time…

Bill-Chicago
09-18-2006, 12:17 PM
Any one who ever attended one is there is Spirit Cabo, for usually previous stories and laughs are reshared with newer attendees.

And YOU my friend, are always there ins "spirits" as well, for you started the blue bottle tradition that continues today.

Bigdog
09-18-2006, 12:28 PM
Any one who ever attended one is there is Spirit Cabo, for usually previous stories and laughs are reshared with newer attendees.

And YOU my friend, are always there ins "spirits" as well, for you started the blue bottle tradition that continues today.
Damn right. Cabo is the official bash shooter.:wink: The blue bottle is our friend. The little blue pills on the other hand...:rolleyes:

Mark
09-18-2006, 04:47 PM
Once again, another bash without any major injuries or arrests. Thanks to everyone who helped to reintroduce me to alcohol. While I think I surpassed my 1 a week limit, it wasn't by much. Especially considering how infrequently I interact with fellow humans. Yes I actually actually know what a sheep's A$$ looks like.

And a special thanks to Greg and T-bird; again.

Doorbusters
09-19-2006, 02:07 PM
Damn right. Cabo is the official bash shooter.:wink: The blue bottle is our friend. The little blue pills on the other hand...:rolleyes:

Is that what was in the car that made the little prick marks?

Remember, if it lasts more than 36 hours see your doctor!

Ron_L
09-19-2006, 05:35 PM
I've posted my pictures in the Photo Gallery (http://www.bbq-brethren.com/modules.php?set_albumName=album51&op=modload&file=index&name=gallery&include=view_album.php). I hope the other guys with cameras will do the same!

The_Kapn
09-19-2006, 05:48 PM
Great Pictures Ron.
Thanks.

The KC tree planting--well, you can almost feel the emotion there.
Well done guys.

Final note--
Damn Pimpster. I really liked your avatar a lot. Your "image" is busted now :redface: :lol:

TIM

bbqjoe
09-19-2006, 06:05 PM
Final note--
Damn Pimpster. I really liked your avatar a lot. Your "image" is busted now :redface: :lol:

TIM
Had me fooled!!

Jeff_in_KC
09-19-2006, 06:44 PM
Do I start a new album or add to Ron's? I haven't used this before... Gotta head out to the park board meeting... I'll check when I get home later.

bbqbull
09-20-2006, 10:23 AM
Brothers, Finally got a chance to pass along my thoughts of the Fall Bash.
First and foremost a huge huge thanks to the hosts Greg and Teresa for allowing me a perfect stranger to invade their beautiful home. I must not forget Wilma and Fred. They were the most gracious folks I have ever met.
It was such a joy to meet Willkat, Phooba, BigDog, Pimpsmoke, Mark, MarkL, Voodo, Bob and John(Gregs awesome neighbor) for the first time in person. I hope I didnt miss anybody did I?
I had met Jeff and Neil at the Grand Rapids Mi. contests earlier this year. I must say, as I told my wife I had one of the best times of my life spending time with all you fine folks. I sampled new food and drinks that ive read about on this forum. Things that ive never had a chance to do. I learned all different methods of whipping up awesome of Q. I learned that you folks prefer burning mostly charcoal and using just a few logs for the smoke flavor.
I definately ate way too much food. Man meat and other different types of jerky. Cheezy Bread was killer. Prime Rib.....OMG much better than a person could ever purchase in any restraunt in my area. I learned a lot about new things that apply to computors. Since my kids moved out Im a lost puppydog. Nobody to keep me abreast of improvements. Sorry I asked so many questions about putors guys. Smoked meat loaf and the fatties, puppy peters and everything else was also killer. Phil thanks for the best chili on earth. Mark my hands burnt for 2 days after I cleaned all them damned hot peppers. Jeff, I really do like your wheels on your cooker. Im sorry that I was acting a little down but Saturday evening I got notification of a family member who had passed. I got the first one Friday morning as Greg and I were picking up the memorial tree for KC. It was my neighbor man who lived acrossed the street from me. Ive been tied up with that since I got home from the bash. After the tree planting I got tearyeyed and had to go back to the porch. Thanks to all of you who donated rubs, sauces and coffee and everything else. Sorry I didnt get my sauce made in time to bring you all a jar.
Thanks again for allowing me to be allowed to attend the bash. It something that I shall never forget.
If any of you get near Lansing Michigan, please let me know and I can get some Q going.
Thanks again for your friendships and thanks again for Greg and Tresa's awesome hospitality.

Mike

BBQchef33
09-20-2006, 10:32 AM
I learned that you folks prefer burning mostly charcoal and using just a few logs for the smoke flavor.
Mike

<*gasp gasp gag brrapppppp*>

:eek: :eek: :eek: Not from me!!! :eek: :eek: :eek:

You must've been hangin with Jeff and his Spicewine.. but over by the BYC.... STICKS!

STICKS!!!

STICKS!!!

AND MORE STICKS!!!

charcoals a fire starter...

Lump is a coal bed(when needed)...

BUT STICKS BE THE FUEL!!! and the flavor.

Ugh... man make fire.. Fire good.. :wink:




Im done know.. Rant over. :mrgreen:



and it was great to meet u too! :tongue:

bbqbull
09-20-2006, 12:22 PM
Phil, Yes Jeff uses a ton of charcoal but so did Bob w/his new smoker, mostly coal, and a stick. I use strictly sticks on my Klose Mobile as it has gas assist, awesome for starting fire very very fast.

Jeff_in_KC
09-20-2006, 06:23 PM
OK my 25 or so Bash photos have been loaded into the Bash VIII Gallery page. Phil, I didn't see your's.

StLouQue
09-27-2006, 11:52 AM
Once again, it looks like a great time was had by all. Once again, a previous engagement made me a no show. Maybe next time.

I wonder how would I fit in if I've never humped a cooker? I love smoking, but I guess some of my Brethren are more "passionate" than myself?

Silly farkers.

Bill-Chicago
09-27-2006, 12:30 PM
Did anyone else notice the bonfire had a pretty strong smell of hickory to it?

Steve, did you?

:shock:

:twisted:

Mark
09-27-2006, 01:53 PM
Once again, it looks like a great time was had by all. Once again, a previous engagement made me a no show. Maybe next time.

I wonder how would I fit in if I've never humped a cooker? I love smoking, but I guess some of my Brethren are more "passionate" than myself?

Silly farkers.

You might be a Brethren if you've ever humped a cooker.

BBQchef33
09-27-2006, 02:28 PM
Silly farkers.


who? :confused:


us..


Nah.................

http://www.bbq-brethren.com/albums/album23/022074_R1_10.sized.gif (http://www.bbq-brethren.com/modules.php?full=1&set_albumName=album23&id=022074_R1_10&op=modload&file=index&name=gallery&include=view_photo.php)

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http://www.bbq-brethren.com/albums/Bash3/res36311.jpg (http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/)

jt
09-27-2006, 02:46 PM
Ah yes, the Drink-with-Me Elmo!

StLouQue
09-27-2006, 09:06 PM
Phil-- the prosecution rests.

Bill-- I, um...ok, I don't get it. Maybe I need to run down to the store and buy one of these magical blue bottles to better understand. Do I ask for the Brethren Elixir? Will I then develop, y'know...feelings for my Bandera?


Did anyone else notice the bonfire had a pretty strong smell of hickory to it?

Steve, did you?

:shock:

:twisted:

Bill-Chicago
09-28-2006, 07:29 AM
Phil-- the prosecution rests.

Bill-- I, um...ok, I don't get it. Maybe I need to run down to the store and buy one of these magical blue bottles to better understand. Do I ask for the Brethren Elixir? Will I then develop, y'know...feelings for my Bandera?

Note to self,

Next time you post after StLouQue, remember his name is also Steve, same as Bigdog.

StlQ, yeah, that one needed about a 5B setting on the old decoder ring, in hindsight

StLouQue
09-28-2006, 01:11 PM
Note to self,

Next time you post after StLouQue, remember his name is also Steve, same as Bigdog.

StlQ, yeah, that one needed about a 5B setting on the old decoder ring, in hindsight

Whew. I really thought I'd lost it...and that this was the confirmation even I couldn't deny.

PimpSmoke
03-20-2010, 09:15 PM
I want more.