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Old 03-02-2018, 08:01 AM   #1
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Default BOGO- Sucklebusters 1836/ Today Only

Sucklebusters 1836 is celebrating Texas Independence Day today with BOGO on 1836.

They also advertise free shipping over $50. I don’t know if offers can be combined.

Everything I’ve ever bought and used by them is Excellent.

https://www.sucklebusters.com/bbq-ru...836-prime-rub/
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Old 03-02-2018, 08:09 AM   #2
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Looks like the offer is only for the 1836 rub.
No other products are included.
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Old 03-02-2018, 08:16 AM   #3
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It’s Texas Independence Day. That occurred in 1836.

Cool Promo imho

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The 1836 is a great product!
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Old 03-02-2018, 09:37 AM   #5
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FWIW: As a proud Texan, I'm well aware of the day. I was born and raised in San Antonio. My 4th great grandfather, Philip Dimmitt, was a Captain with the Texas Revolutionary Army. He just missed the Alamo because he was ordered out to scout for the Mexican Army and missed Goliad by one day due to orders out to scout for supplies.
So only by chance am I here today.
I do, however, like my chili with beans. Oh no! did I just say that?????
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FWIW: As a proud Texan, I'm well aware of the day. I was born and raised in San Antonio. My 4th great grandfather, Philip Dimmitt, was a Captain with the Texas Revolutionary Army. He just missed the Alamo because he was ordered out to scout for the Mexican Army and missed Goliad by one day due to orders out to scout for supplies.
So only by chance am I here today.
I do, however, like my chili with beans. Oh no! did I just say that?????
Beans!! It's probably that Florida heat and humidity that did it to you!
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Old 03-02-2018, 09:55 AM   #7
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FWIW: As a proud Texan, I'm well aware of the day. I was born and raised in San Antonio. My 4th great grandfather, Philip Dimmitt, was a Captain with the Texas Revolutionary Army. He just missed the Alamo because he was ordered out to scout for the Mexican Army and missed Goliad by one day due to orders out to scout for supplies.
So only by chance am I here today.
I do, however, like my chili with beans. Oh no! did I just say that?????

Beans in chili is only a misdemeanor, carry on.
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Beans!! It's probably that Florida heat and humidity that did it to you!
More like 30 years of Navy mess cooks that ruined my taste buds. It couldn't have been the happy hour alcohol blowouts.
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More like 30 years of Navy mess cooks that ruined my taste buds. It couldn't have been the happy hour alcohol blowouts.
Rodger that!!
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Old 03-02-2018, 10:23 AM   #10
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Looks like i'm ordering at least 3...
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FWIW: As a proud Texan, I'm well aware of the day. I was born and raised in San Antonio. My 4th great grandfather, Philip Dimmitt, was a Captain with the Texas Revolutionary Army. He just missed the Alamo because he was ordered out to scout for the Mexican Army and missed Goliad by one day due to orders out to scout for supplies.
So only by chance am I here today.
I do, however, like my chili with beans. Oh no! did I just say that?????
The Dimmit County guy...
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The Dimmit County guy...
Yup. Someone way back then misspelled his name though. Should've been Dimmitt. Apparently it was either too costly to correct it or too embarrassing for the one who entered it in the state records.
When he was captured by a Mexican raiding party and later died, he owned over 30 leagues of land, which is over 132,000 acres. He left everything to his wife and ordered that the land and his trading posts should be sold to support his family.
Needless to say our family doesn't still have any of it.
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Yup. Someone way back then misspelled his name though. Should've been Dimmitt. Apparently it was either too costly to correct it or too embarrassing for the one who entered it in the state records.
When he was captured by a Mexican raiding party and later died, he owned over 30 leagues of land, which is over 132,000 acres. He left everything to his wife and ordered that the land and his trading posts should be sold to support his family.
Needless to say our family doesn't still have any of it.

Crazy.

My friend has a ranch down in LaSalle County near Dilley. It had been in the family since the late 1800's and was 35,000 acres. It stayed like that till his grandfather owned it. When he died in the late 80's all the family fighting started and it kept getting divided. When we were kids in the 80's we had access to all 35,000 acres. There was all kinds of creeks and old dry riverbeds where we were find arrowheads. Sometimes small piles of 15 or 20 of them. It was awesome to think that some indians or whoever a LONG time ago sat there making arrowheads, and we found them.
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South Texas was a great place to grow up. My brothers and I would also scour the land at my father's hunting lease for old artifacts. We would sit around the fire and tell ghost stories and listen to the old guys talk about the "early" day when the indians roamed the countryside. That was in the 50's around Bandera.
Some fond memories of those trips and cooking over an open pit that was just a dug out shallow hole.
The rule was if you kill it you gotta eat it! We learned quick about what not to shoot!
Still some of the best BBQ in the world!
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Old 03-02-2018, 01:25 PM   #15
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Sucklebusters 1836 is celebrating Texas Independence Day today with BOGO on 1836.

They also advertise free shipping over $50. I don’t know if offers can be combined.

Everything I’ve ever bought and used by them is Excellent.

https://www.sucklebusters.com/bbq-ru...836-prime-rub/
Thanks for the heads up Adams!
I've not tried the 1836. Will check it out. :)
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