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Unread 04-07-2009, 10:27 PM   #31
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when and where is this event? Do you want some brethren help? Time and location dependent, i might be able to show and take out the trash or something useful....

All you have to do is say the word and i bet you could get some more free pot washers.

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Marines, about to depoly.... ya I'd figure half a rack per Marine. You said of the 50 half are marines that means 25 marines 25 normal people... (ha, ha) at the half slab per Marine figure so far we'll estimate 12 slabs. Now the 25 normal folks, thats 2 bones a piece (you said chicken too) 2*25=50 50/12=about 4. 12 for the Marines plus 4 for the normal folks equals 16 slabs of spare ribs plus chicken. I feel like i'm in math class. Except I'd payed more attention if they had used BBQ examples.
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depending on how many(only read first post)load up on pork- they ain't getting that for a while & spice it up. they're devil dogs- throw in some abts... & lots of beer.
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That's why I'm recommending a pre-determined plate of pulled pork, 2 ribs, portion of chicken, a piece of sausage, and sides.. By having a set plate, you can use more of the, as Bubba called it, 'Fillers' of pulled pork and side dishes where if you just let them at it the ribs are going to be gone in a heart beat...
i'm also sure there is a support group(vfw etc) that would be willing to pitch in.
remember afghan or any other muslim country - no pork- no beer. get some community support & it should all be good w/ plenty- i bet even the local grocer may donate a case of ribs- after all it's tax deductible.
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i'm also sure there is a support group(vfw etc) that would be willing to pitch in.
remember afghan or any other muslim country - no pork- no beer. get some community support & it should all be good w/ plenty- i bet even the local grocer may donate a case of ribs- after all it's tax deductible.
Maybe, but more than likely not... I understand it would require a tax exempt id for them to deduct it...

I would present it to them more like "Good Will Advertising"...
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