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#348 Feb 7, 2013
positronium wrote:
<quoted text>So very true although some do troll.
They are called talent scouts.
What kind cows you run ? have you ever noticed when the cows are laying down before daylight the Deer in the area dont move early but later toward noon time if you hunt .

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#349 Feb 7, 2013
-Persephone- wrote:
I don't care. You have no power. <quoted text>
You mean using PI like you do?
LMAO!
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#350 Feb 7, 2013
07808 803281 please guys call me so bored

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#351 Feb 7, 2013
Maverick 808 wrote:
<quoted text>You don't get it do you?
There is just you and I in this little argument, no one else.
You came to a couple of threads I was on and opened your snotty big mouth making trouble.
So here we are Shamu.
Ur scary ;-)

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#352 Feb 7, 2013
Maverick 808 wrote:
<quoted text>You mean using PI like you do?
LMAO!
Never happened Jr. That's your buddies.

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#353 Feb 7, 2013
The Birthday Boy is back from Chuckie Cheese!

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#354 Feb 7, 2013
Shamu? Is it possible that Mavis is that old and lived stateside in his youth instead of on Gilligan's Island?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shamu

The Orca is a beautiful creature.

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#355 Feb 7, 2013
Ferrerman wrote:
The Birthday Boy is back from Chuckie Cheese!
Saw you there playing the piano

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#356 Feb 7, 2013
unreals_dad wrote:
<quoted text>What kind cows you run ? have you ever noticed when the cows are laying down before daylight the Deer in the area dont move early but later toward noon time if you hunt .
Irish dexters. Yes I have noticed that, but it doesn't seem to happen all of the time though. Only about half the time I count on that happening it really works out like that. Maybe I am just not as observant as I used to be though. Speaking of venison. Just today I semi thawed out a large hind quarter muscle of venison and sliced it really thin. I then layered it in a frying pan with hungarian hot pepper slices onion rings and 8x cheddar cheese all the way to the top of the pan and slow cooked it all on the stove for about 1/2 hour and served it in large kaiser rolls. Talk about a delicious philly steak sandwich. It was the very best. MMMMMMMMMMM! Goes great with Saranac dark beer and a smoke for dessert.

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#357 Feb 7, 2013
positronium wrote:
<quoted text>Irish dexters. Yes I have noticed that, but it doesn't seem to happen all of the time though. Only about half the time I count on that happening it really works out like that. Maybe I am just not as observant as I used to be though. Speaking of venison. Just today I semi thawed out a large hind quarter muscle of venison and sliced it really thin. I then layered it in a frying pan with hungarian hot pepper slices onion rings and 8x cheddar cheese all the way to the top of the pan and slow cooked it all on the stove for about 1/2 hour and served it in large kaiser rolls. Talk about a delicious philly steak sandwich. It was the very best. MMMMMMMMMMM! Goes great with Saranac dark beer and a smoke for dessert.
Your way ahead of us here in redneck land . We roast , smoke ,fry , burger but my oldest son does jerly an outside of the tenderloin the jerky wins . Is an amish community a few away that makes great bologna and polish or summer sausage .

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#358 Feb 7, 2013
Geees Jerky I have spell ck an didn't notice .

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#359 Feb 7, 2013
unreals_dad wrote:
<quoted text>Your way ahead of us here in redneck land . We roast , smoke ,fry , burger but my oldest son does jerly an outside of the tenderloin the jerky wins . Is an amish community a few away that makes great bologna and polish or summer sausage .
I used to make jerky but now I find it hard to chew. I still like it though smoked over apple wood I'll bet that summer sausage is real good. I like using that on a pizza instead of pepperoni and in a sandwich with dark rye bread and mustard. Man I am getting hungry again. Maybe I'll have another philly steak sandwich.

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#360 Feb 7, 2013
positronium wrote:
<quoted text>I used to make jerky but now I find it hard to chew. I still like it though smoked over apple wood I'll bet that summer sausage is real good. I like using that on a pizza instead of pepperoni and in a sandwich with dark rye bread and mustard. Man I am getting hungry again. Maybe I'll have another philly steak sandwich.
I didn't know much at all about your Irish cattle . I tend to have my head stuck in Brangus and then a herd of just cows .

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#361 Feb 7, 2013
Yum!
positronium wrote:
<quoted text>Irish dexters. Yes I have noticed that, but it doesn't seem to happen all of the time though. Only about half the time I count on that happening it really works out like that. Maybe I am just not as observant as I used to be though. Speaking of venison. Just today I semi thawed out a large hind quarter muscle of venison and sliced it really thin. I then layered it in a frying pan with hungarian hot pepper slices onion rings and 8x cheddar cheese all the way to the top of the pan and slow cooked it all on the stove for about 1/2 hour and served it in large kaiser rolls. Talk about a delicious philly steak sandwich. It was the very best. MMMMMMMMMMM! Goes great with Saranac dark beer and a smoke for dessert.

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#362 Feb 7, 2013
unreals_dad wrote:
<quoted text>I didn't know much at all about your Irish cattle . I tend to have my head stuck in Brangus and then a herd of just cows .
I'll guess, Brama (sp) angus? They have to be a big animal I would assume. I have never seen one. My neighbor had a brama- something and it was huge. T bones would cover a pizza pan. That was a product of a "just cow" of some sort. I am soon going to do away with cows soon and just raise hay for what seems to be an emerging market here as everyone around here is getting cows now and they have small parcels of land in comparison to mine. I figure I'll grow food for their cows now and free some time for myself for growing corn too and some barley.

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#363 Feb 7, 2013
-Persephone- wrote:
Yum!<quoted text>
You betcha. Refreshing , enlightening and intoxicating all at the same time.

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#364 Feb 7, 2013
positronium wrote:
<quoted text>I'll guess, Brama (sp) angus? They have to be a big animal I would assume. I have never seen one. My neighbor had a brama- something and it was huge. T bones would cover a pizza pan. That was a product of a "just cow" of some sort. I am soon going to do away with cows soon and just raise hay for what seems to be an emerging market here as everyone around here is getting cows now and they have small parcels of land in comparison to mine. I figure I'll grow food for their cows now and free some time for myself for growing corn too and some barley.
Brahma but the ratio is 1/3 brahma and 2/3 angus and my grandad started the genetic mix an now its a registered linage so no of them big mean horny bulls . They also have no horn growth at all and the weight gain per forage and feed ratio is what it's all about . Lots of mine are so gentle it's scary but myself an the crew make personal contact with them all as much as we can . Have to watch our back an not get loved up is the worst . 1 little nose poke an it's on your face time .

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#365 Feb 7, 2013
positronium wrote:
<quoted text> You betcha. Refreshing , enlightening and intoxicating all at the same time.
All that And a bag of chips!

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#366 Feb 7, 2013
-Persephone- wrote:
<quoted text>All that And a bag of chips!
LOL,and im getting ready to make some homemade salsa...

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#367 Feb 7, 2013
unreals_dad wrote:
<quoted text>Brahma but the ratio is 1/3 brahma and 2/3 angus and my grandad started the genetic mix an now its a registered linage so no of them big mean horny bulls . They also have no horn growth at all and the weight gain per forage and feed ratio is what it's all about . Lots of mine are so gentle it's scary but myself an the crew make personal contact with them all as much as we can . Have to watch our back an not get loved up is the worst . 1 little nose poke an it's on your face time .
I see. I like the hardiness and the self sufficiency of these dexters. I like to be around these as much as possible too. They tend to stay friendly that way

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