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bigabyte 02-01-2010 05:33 PM

Thankfully that butt is free of bark.

palmcoastbob 02-01-2010 05:35 PM

I love the pics but I haven't posted lately cause I reached my storage limit and I think I have to delete something to post something else and I been to lazy to figure it all out. Did my first stuffed pork loin last week but wouldn't have dreamed of mentioning it without pics. I think Poobahs post will make this an even better site. I'm pretty new here but thats my 2 pennys worth.:-o

1_T_Scot 02-01-2010 05:36 PM

I also have cut way back on posting about cooks. Take the time to take the pics then upload and do a write up. You get a bunch of views and no one says anything.
But forget to post the pictures and everyone jumps in/on.


Other forums (Non Food related) have a thank you button so if someone doesn't have anythign to say they can just leave a thanks.

River City Smokehouse 02-01-2010 05:43 PM

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Originally Posted by SmokeInDaEye (Post 1164825)
This thread would be better with pictures.

You need a "TIME OUT" Mister!:biggrin:

Rick's Tropical Delight 02-01-2010 05:46 PM

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Originally Posted by Norcoredneck (Post 1165014)
Like it or not, your gonna get pics from me!:twisted:

i thought you had a tattoo

Bacon_99 02-01-2010 05:49 PM

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Originally Posted by bigabyte (Post 1165016)
Thankfully that butt is free of bark.

*gags* Man - now that doesn't really make me want to cook..... or eat for that matter.... :icon_sick

And please.... Don't post any phtos of butts with bark :roll: LMFAO

You guys crack me up.....

Beleive it or not - at work my network blocks all the pics on the site - but I still spend lots of time reading the posts because as good as pics are, I want to read tips, instructions and accounts of what someone did exactly so I can apply to my own cooks (being a beginner).... I often go right to the most worded, detailed post about a subject - although I admit a few pics do help the explanations along....

leanza 02-01-2010 05:57 PM

Moderation is good....I just need to practice some.

Rich Parker 02-01-2010 05:58 PM

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Originally Posted by chambersuac (Post 1164966)
You know, I can take ribbing for not posting pictures. What hacks me off is when someone complains that I didn't post enough pictures of a cook - or that the pictures were not high enough in quality.

I agree. It is also irritating when people say your photo isn't authentic.

leanza 02-01-2010 06:03 PM

How bout something a bit more subtle now and then like "Everything goes better with pics". Not harsh but to the point.

SmokinAussie 02-01-2010 06:05 PM

I really like putting in the photo's, but I have to admit that when I joined, I was a bit in awe of everyone and the things I saw posted. Actually, I still am.:icon_shy

I didn't want to immediately post something and find that it was just so ordinary etc...

Also, it IS a bit of a learning curve getting the photo's uploaded and looking good. It does take some time to gain confidence. I'd just recommend that we look after the new people. Anything under 100 posts and we should just encourage their participation... that's about how long it took me to get the hang of it....

Anything over 100 posts... we hammer them :twisted:

landarc 02-01-2010 06:15 PM

Even though I post pics, and do my best to make them look good, I really do try to make complete posts that work without the pics. If I boil up some ribs just for the heck of it, I can't see a reason to post, if I see a reason to post, then I want to include information as well. I will point out, from what I have seen, I am one of the few that has posted pics of cooks that did not work out also.

Teleking 02-01-2010 06:15 PM

I think the wife would have me commited if I took pics of food. IMO it all looks fake anyway like a food commercial that doesn't look the same when you go out to eat. Looks great in the pic, but disappointing in person. Just sayin.

Midnight Smoke 02-01-2010 06:17 PM

Here is a scenario, when I 1st joined and still did not understand the quality and knowledge of the people here. I posted some Pic's, not so great Pic's. Never had anybody cut me down for it. Besides learning to be a better cook my photography skills have increased.

February 2008...

http://i85.photobucket.com/albums/k6...Picture099.jpg

Today.
http://i85.photobucket.com/albums/k6...cture779-1.jpg

CajunSmoker 02-01-2010 06:19 PM

Pics are great if you feel like you have something to show or tell, but after a couple hundred pork butt's you've kind of seen it all:icon_sick

I think we need a big old group hug:rolleyes:
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but this is the Brethren and I know it would turn into a reach around:biggrin:


edit - sorry Terry, I wasn't talking about your butt;_)

landarc 02-01-2010 06:23 PM

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Originally Posted by CajunSmoker (Post 1165073)
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but this is the Brethren and I know it would turn into a reach around:biggrin:


edit - sorry Terry, I wasn't talking about your butt;_)

Now you have hurt Terry's feelings.


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