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Old Nov 23, 18, 2:45 pm
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Originally Posted by MarkP24 View Post
That sounds like fun. Enjoy and safe travels!
It is for sure fun so far. I have 12 hours to go, but I don't want it to end. Except for a lack of storage space, the D1 Suite is pretty perfect.
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Old Nov 23, 18, 3:46 pm
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Originally Posted by AeRoSpaceman View Post
I was trying to figure out a way to put "Thor" into Friday and came up empty..
Well yesterday was Thorsgiving, so Happy Black Freya-day to the Lounge! Today I hiked out to Plateau Point and back. Currently celebrating with a Grand Canyon Brewing "Black Iron" IPA.

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Old Nov 23, 18, 4:28 pm
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Originally Posted by Zorak View Post
Well yesterday was Thorsgiving, so Happy Black Freya-day to the Lounge! Today I hiked out to Plateau Point and back. Currently celebrating with a Grand Canyon Brewing "Black Iron" IPA.

Very nice!
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Old Nov 23, 18, 8:13 pm
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Happy Thanksgiving and Thorsgiving to all. We both had to work yesterday, so we'll be making Thanksgiving dinner tomorrow on SATurday. We didn't want to cook a turkey just for the two of us, so we bought a chicken from a friend's farm. I'm looking forward to it.
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Old Nov 23, 18, 8:23 pm
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Originally Posted by mattp1987 View Post
We didn't want to cook a turkey just for the two of us, so we bought a chicken from a friend's farm. I'm looking forward to it.
it's nice of you to invite it over but I don't think a chicken is going to want to eat turkey.

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Old Nov 23, 18, 8:29 pm
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Originally Posted by mattp1987 View Post
Happy Thanksgiving and Thorsgiving to all. We both had to work yesterday, so we'll be making Thanksgiving dinner tomorrow on SATurday. We didn't want to cook a turkey just for the two of us, so we bought a chicken from a friend's farm. I'm looking forward to it.
Did the chicken sit on the seat next to you for the drive home, like TheHorta's turkey did?
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Old Nov 23, 18, 8:48 pm
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Originally Posted by Zorak View Post
it's nice of you to invite it over but I don't think a chicken is going to want to eat turkey.

Hopefully the chicken will enjoy it.

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Did the chicken sit on the seat next to you for the drive home, like TheHorta's turkey did?
Not quite that fresh although I did find this exchange between my wife and her friend pretty amusing.
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Old Nov 23, 18, 9:21 pm
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Originally Posted by mattp1987 View Post
Happy Thanksgiving and Thorsgiving to all. We both had to work yesterday, so we'll be making Thanksgiving dinner tomorrow on SATurday. We didn't want to cook a turkey just for the two of us, so we bought a chicken from a friend's farm. I'm looking forward to it.
I understand about not wanting to cook a turkey for two people.

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Hopefully the chicken will enjoy it.



Not quite that fresh although I did find this exchange between my wife and her friend pretty amusing.
LOL, I love it!
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Old Nov 24, 18, 4:52 pm
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Originally Posted by bergamini View Post
It is for sure fun so far. I have 12 hours to go, but I don't want it to end. Except for a lack of storage space, the D1 Suite is pretty perfect.
So I've heard. I can't wait to try it out myself. Enjoy
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Old Nov 24, 18, 4:54 pm
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Originally Posted by mattp1987 View Post
Happy Thanksgiving and Thorsgiving to all. We both had to work yesterday, so we'll be making Thanksgiving dinner tomorrow on SATurday. We didn't want to cook a turkey just for the two of us, so we bought a chicken from a friend's farm. I'm looking forward to it.
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it's nice of you to invite it over but I don't think a chicken is going to want to eat turkey.

We bought turkey parts for our smaller family, and all enjoyed it. I think the best of all worlds.
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Old Nov 24, 18, 7:15 pm
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I’m the only passenger in the CVG SC rn. Probably doesn’t help that the sign says the club closes at 1900. The CVG club normally closes 30 min before the last departure, which is 2130 to DCA tonight.
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Originally Posted by mattp1987 View Post
Hopefully the chicken will enjoy it.
The chickens will gobble up the left over turkey. They're omnivores (and, for that matter, they're dinosaurs). Heck, they'll happily eat chicken.

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Originally Posted by Gargoyle View Post
The chickens will gobble up the left over turkey. They're omnivores (and, for that matter, they're dinosaurs). Heck, they'll happily eat chicken.

It's nice to see you here. Do you still have a flock?
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Originally Posted by Gargoyle View Post
The chickens will gobble up the left over turkey. They're omnivores (and, for that matter, they're dinosaurs). Heck, they'll happily eat chicken.

Your chickens are cannibals? Interesting...
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Old Nov 25, 18, 10:22 pm
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I'm treating myself to a late-ish dinner at Harris Ranch after slogging through hellacious holiday traffic from LV to CA.

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The chickens will gobble up the left over turkey. They're omnivores (and, for that matter, they're dinosaurs). Heck, they'll happily eat chicken.
A long time ago I had a job where we frequently took lunch in a neighboring park and I took perverse pleasure in feeding chunks of chicken from a burrito to the pigeons, who couldn't have cared less
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