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Old September 13th 04, 08:23 PM
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While searching for a charcoal starter-chimney, I stumbled upon this unique
method of getting the grill ready in a hurry.
Don't miss the picture.
Scout
http://home.att.net/~purduejacksonville/grill.html



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Old September 13th 04, 08:35 PM
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On Mon, 13 Sep 2004 19:23:48 GMT, "Scout"
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While searching for a charcoal starter-chimney, I stumbled upon this unique
method of getting the grill ready in a hurry.
Don't miss the picture.
Scout
http://home.att.net/~purduejacksonville/grill.html


Yowee. Looks exciting...to watch from afar

Reminds me a little of the old joke. A new skydiver was making his
first jump. He pulls the first ripcord...nothing happens. He tries
the reserve chute...nothing happens.

As he is falling towards Earth, he sees someone else on the way up.
As they pass, he asks, "excuse me, you do you know anything about
parachutes?" The other guy replies, "sorry, no, do you know anything
about propane stoves?"

Hey, I said it was an old joke.

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Old September 13th 04, 08:54 PM
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Hehe, too funny. Reminds me of the time we found one of our technicians had
a drinking problem. We were investigating his unusually large purchases of
R22 (monochlorodifluoromethane). Turns out he kept a cooler of beer in the
back of his truck, and was letting the R22 trickle onto the beer. The liquid
refrigerant has a boiling point of -44 F at the pressure found in his beer
cooler!
BTW - this took place before that act was illegal.
Scout

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On Mon, 13 Sep 2004 19:23:48 GMT, "Scout"
wrote:

While searching for a charcoal starter-chimney, I stumbled upon this

unique
method of getting the grill ready in a hurry.
Don't miss the picture.
Scout
http://home.att.net/~purduejacksonville/grill.html


And no picnic is complete without a cold beer...

http://www.asciimation.co.nz/beer/

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Old September 13th 04, 11:40 PM
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My brother used to throw aerosol cans into our 55 gallon trash burner when
we were kids....split it down the sides and flattened it....was quite the
sight....and he didn't have to go to Purdue to accomplish it....

"felton" wrote in message
news
On Mon, 13 Sep 2004 19:23:48 GMT, "Scout"
wrote:

While searching for a charcoal starter-chimney, I stumbled upon this

unique
method of getting the grill ready in a hurry.
Don't miss the picture.
Scout
http://home.att.net/~purduejacksonville/grill.html


Yowee. Looks exciting...to watch from afar

Reminds me a little of the old joke. A new skydiver was making his
first jump. He pulls the first ripcord...nothing happens. He tries
the reserve chute...nothing happens.

As he is falling towards Earth, he sees someone else on the way up.
As they pass, he asks, "excuse me, you do you know anything about
parachutes?" The other guy replies, "sorry, no, do you know anything
about propane stoves?"

Hey, I said it was an old joke.



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Old September 13th 04, 11:41 PM
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perhaps that's what the N.Koreans are up to.
Scout

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My brother used to throw aerosol cans into our 55 gallon trash burner when
we were kids....split it down the sides and flattened it....was quite the
sight....and he didn't have to go to Purdue to accomplish it....

"felton" wrote in message
news
On Mon, 13 Sep 2004 19:23:48 GMT, "Scout"
wrote:

While searching for a charcoal starter-chimney, I stumbled upon this

unique
method of getting the grill ready in a hurry.
Don't miss the picture.
Scout
http://home.att.net/~purduejacksonville/grill.html


Yowee. Looks exciting...to watch from afar

Reminds me a little of the old joke. A new skydiver was making his
first jump. He pulls the first ripcord...nothing happens. He tries
the reserve chute...nothing happens.

As he is falling towards Earth, he sees someone else on the way up.
As they pass, he asks, "excuse me, you do you know anything about
parachutes?" The other guy replies, "sorry, no, do you know anything
about propane stoves?"

Hey, I said it was an old joke.







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Old September 13th 04, 11:45 PM
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Scout wrote:
....Turns out he kept a cooler of beer in the
back of his truck, and was letting the R22 trickle onto the beer. The liquid
refrigerant has a boiling point of -44 F at the pressure


Wasn't ice a lot cheaper?

DSK

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Old September 13th 04, 11:48 PM
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He would have had to pay for the ice, as opposed to the company buying the
R22. He was a good tech too, it was a shame he had to go.
Scout

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Scout wrote:
....Turns out he kept a cooler of beer in the
back of his truck, and was letting the R22 trickle onto the beer. The

liquid
refrigerant has a boiling point of -44 F at the pressure


Wasn't ice a lot cheaper?

DSK



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Old September 13th 04, 11:49 PM
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In article ,
katysails wrote:
My brother used to throw aerosol cans into our 55 gallon trash burner when
we were kids....split it down the sides and flattened it....was quite the
sight....and he didn't have to go to Purdue to accomplish it....


We exploded a 55 gal drum that has some gasoline in it... maybe a
couple of gallons left. We did it on a small island in the middle of a
river in a driving rainstorm. My friend used a 10 ft fuse and ran like
hell after he lit it. The fireball was incredible at a 1/4 mile
away. There were pieces of the drum embedded in trees in all directions.
My friend was lucky he didn't die.


--
Jonathan Ganz (j gan z @ $ail no w.c=o=m)
http://www.sailnow.com
"If there's no wind, row."

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Old September 13th 04, 11:50 PM
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no doubt....maybe that's why they're importing so much Right Guard?
"Scout" wrote in message
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perhaps that's what the N.Koreans are up to.
Scout

"katysails" wrote in message
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My brother used to throw aerosol cans into our 55 gallon trash burner

when
we were kids....split it down the sides and flattened it....was quite

the
sight....and he didn't have to go to Purdue to accomplish it....

"felton" wrote in message
news
On Mon, 13 Sep 2004 19:23:48 GMT, "Scout"
wrote:

While searching for a charcoal starter-chimney, I stumbled upon this

unique
method of getting the grill ready in a hurry.
Don't miss the picture.
Scout
http://home.att.net/~purduejacksonville/grill.html

Yowee. Looks exciting...to watch from afar

Reminds me a little of the old joke. A new skydiver was making his
first jump. He pulls the first ripcord...nothing happens. He tries
the reserve chute...nothing happens.

As he is falling towards Earth, he sees someone else on the way up.
As they pass, he asks, "excuse me, you do you know anything about
parachutes?" The other guy replies, "sorry, no, do you know anything
about propane stoves?"

Hey, I said it was an old joke.







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Old September 13th 04, 11:52 PM
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katysails wrote:
no doubt....maybe that's why they're importing so much Right Guard?
"Scout" wrote in message
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perhaps that's what the N.Koreans are up to.
Scout


I'm sure Bush is doing all he can to be uninvolved.

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http://www.sailnow.com
"If there's no wind, row."



 
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