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“Dads Cow Force”

Since: Mar 12

POKEATWAT FARMS . TENN .

#17069 Jul 22, 2013
Rose of Tralee wrote:
My contribution to this mornings BRG thread
colored photos of circus performers from 1940-50
(did anyone enjoy the series Carnivàle 2003–2005?)
From the audio visual files of Rose of Tralee
http://dangerousminds.net/comments/color_phot...
Rose , Carnivale was excellent but wish they had continued it . Did you happen to watch the HBO series Deadwood ?

“I might be a Lion”

Level 5

Since: Aug 12

Burnt Corn, AL

#17070 Jul 22, 2013
JaneDear wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL!
For my future sins too? You might want to think about it.
I plan on making some humdingers!
Looks like this is where the party is.
What's everybody up to?
Well, you have already been forgiven for bullying lions, having too many cats, and parking your broom in a clearly marked loading zone. I don't know that you can top that. LMSO Me, I am trying to avoid the heat outside and staying in where it's cool.

“maybe”

Level 6

Since: Sep 12

Los Angeles

#17071 Jul 22, 2013
Sir Moos a Lot wrote:
<quoted text>Rose , Carnivale was excellent but wish they had continued it . Did you happen to watch the HBO series Deadwood ?
Agree. That one ended abruptly.

Deadwood? yea!! you and me buddy. That may be my absolute favorite of the cable series. Much of it was filmed at a place called Melody Canyon Ranch. Same place they filmed Django (just saw that the other night - highly recommend it). Near the golden oak. Where gold was first discovered in Southern California. Nice hiking in that area

http://www.scvhistory.com/scvhistory/signal/c...

“Woof!”

Level 8

Since: May 11

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#17072 Jul 22, 2013
Rose of Tralee wrote:
<quoted text>
Agree. That one ended abruptly.
Deadwood? yea!! you and me buddy. That may be my absolute favorite of the cable series. Much of it was filmed at a place called Melody Canyon Ranch. Same place they filmed Django (just saw that the other night - highly recommend it). Near the golden oak. Where gold was first discovered in Southern California. Nice hiking in that area
http://www.scvhistory.com/scvhistory/signal/c...
I just saw Identity Thief and that is a hilarious movie.
Who Dat

Livingston, NJ

#17074 Jul 22, 2013
Huntington Guy wrote:
<quoted text>So much for that jump in the ocean, eh Mavis. Just think, for a minute there Im sure someone believed you had a life. And thats better than nothing!
lol
Well, lookie who is determined to keep it going.^^^^

Wassamatta HG, things a li'l slow in the WV forums?
You should go play with Erin. I'll bet she missed the days when y'all played on her thread ;)

“Dads Cow Force”

Since: Mar 12

POKEATWAT FARMS . TENN .

#17075 Jul 22, 2013
Rose of Tralee wrote:
<quoted text>
Agree. That one ended abruptly.
Deadwood? yea!! you and me buddy. That may be my absolute favorite of the cable series. Much of it was filmed at a place called Melody Canyon Ranch. Same place they filmed Django (just saw that the other night - highly recommend it). Near the golden oak. Where gold was first discovered in Southern California. Nice hiking in that area
http://www.scvhistory.com/scvhistory/signal/c...
Seth Bullock lol so much Tims been in that hes just a good actor and lots of the Deadwood cast seems to just pop up unexpected . Justified , Hitman , Sons of Anarchy and a lot more also .
Who Dat

Livingston, NJ

#17076 Jul 22, 2013
Hey Mia, it's a boy. ;)
Who Dat

Philadelphia, PA

#17078 Jul 22, 2013
Who Dat wrote:
And I'm the girl
Grow up, whoever you are, cuz we know you can't be 'Becial K ;)

Since: May 12

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#17080 Jul 22, 2013
The Quinoa veggie recipe sounds good. But since I'm no vegetarian by any means,(I know, I'm a horrible person) I think I'll try this a bit differently. Using the ingredients listed, minus the pecans and soy sauce, I'll cook it up like you would with sausage. Not patty style, but crumbled. My substitution for the pecans would be extra spicy chorizo. At the end of the cooking cycle, add in some egg. On the side, some of badboys potato recipe. Only diced instead of wedge style. Some form of melon to go along with it and breakfast is served. I'll have to make sure I've got all the ingredients and let you know how it goes.

Does anyone have any recipes for wheat bulgur? I've used it before as filler in ground meat recipes but never as a main ingredient.

“Illegitimi non carborundum”

Since: Apr 10

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#17081 Jul 22, 2013
Has anyone seen the documentary The History of The Eagles that is on Showtime?

When they talked about one song in particular and I thought the title would be perfect advice for some. Get Over It.

Since: May 12

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#17082 Jul 22, 2013
Rose of Tralee wrote:
My contribution to this mornings BRG thread
colored photos of circus performers from 1940-50
(did anyone enjoy the series Carnivàle 2003–2005?)
From the audio visual files of Rose of Tralee
http://dangerousminds.net/comments/color_phot...
Always did like the circus. The sights and sounds were entrancing. Mine were in the 60s though. But from the looks of these, it didn't change all that much. Thanks for the memories. And good evening Ms Rose.

Since: May 12

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#17083 Jul 22, 2013
JaneDear wrote:
Do any of you know of some good books for Tweens?
Just your everyday, run of the mill, ghost stories
or zombies...
I recalled seeing this post and thought I might have a few suggestions for you. These are some that my daughter liked. She's not a tween anymore, but not that far from them.

The Zombie Chronicles, Race for the Cure by Chrissy Peebles.

APOCALYPSE Z, The beginning of the end by Manel Loureiro.

The DEATH Series by Tamara Rose Blosgett

The Wretched of Muirwood by Jeff Wheeler

This one is in a different catagory,
The Perks of Being A Wallflower by Stephen Chobsky.

Since: May 12

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#17084 Jul 22, 2013
DazzleDat wrote:
Has anyone seen the documentary The History of The Eagles that is on Showtime?
When they talked about one song in particular and I thought the title would be perfect advice for some. Get Over It.
Such a simple concept but the most difficult endeavor for humans. Three small words. GET-OVER-IT!

Since: May 12

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#17085 Jul 22, 2013
Richard Barlow wrote:
<quoted text>
I recalled seeing this post and thought I might have a few suggestions for you. These are some that my daughter liked. She's not a tween anymore, but not that far from them.
The Zombie Chronicles, Race for the Cure by Chrissy Peebles.
APOCALYPSE Z, The beginning of the end by Manel Loureiro.
The DEATH Series by Tamara Rose Blosgett
The Wretched of Muirwood by Jeff Wheeler
This one is in a different catagory,
The Perks of Being A Wallflower by Stephen Chobsky.
Correction, Tamara Rose Blodgett.

Level 8

Since: Nov 10

Willies head WV

#17087 Jul 23, 2013
Who Dat wrote:
<quoted text>
Figgy had no business posting here and you swear you never read this thread.
Add that to your long list of lies, like the "I never greybox or proxy" ones ;)
It was ok for you all to come to our threads. I don't see anyone's name on this thread. If I see one with cry baby as the name I will know it is yours and stay away. Ok?!?

Level 8

Since: Nov 10

Willies head WV

#17088 Jul 23, 2013
Richard Barlow wrote:
<quoted text>
Such a simple concept but the most difficult endeavor for humans. Three small words. GET-OVER-IT!
I agree!
Mia

Seymour, CT

#17090 Jul 23, 2013
Who Dat wrote:
Hey Mia, it's a boy. ;)
Yes :)
8 lbs. 6 oz!
I can't to see what he looks like.

I lost the betting pool I put together--by a mile!
My SIL called me immediately looking for her $55...damn.

Have a nice day, sweetie~
Mia

Seymour, CT

#17091 Jul 23, 2013
^^^ *wait

“Dragon my tail.”

Since: Jun 09

Wherever

#17092 Jul 23, 2013
Mia wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes :)
8 lbs. 6 oz!
I can't to see what he looks like.
I lost the betting pool I put together--by a mile!
My SIL called me immediately looking for her $55...damn.
Have a nice day, sweetie~
Do you all have bets on the name? I think it would be nice for him to have Spencer as a middle name.
Mia

Seymour, CT

#17093 Jul 23, 2013
covcas wrote:
<quoted text>Do you all have bets on the name? I think it would be nice for him to have Spencer as a middle name.
I wanted to start a name pool but no one seems to care about it --except me! They're all like, "We did the weight thing--it's enough already."

I think Spencer would be *perfect* for his middle name.

I get chills when they show the clips of Diana and Charles holding William on the steps outside the hospital in 1982.
I can't for William and Kate to appear (on those same steps) holding their new baby.

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