Coffee: Last one of 2012

Re: Coffee: Last one of 2012

PostBy: Dann757 On: Wed Jan 02, 2013 9:59 am

Freddy wrote:Klook...just curious....how come your avatar says you live in TN?

Kevin moved there but I think he must be homesick to a certain extent.

I better refrain from the toxicity contest- wouldn't be fair, I'm from New Jersey :D
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Re: Coffee: Last one of 2012

PostBy: Flyer5 On: Wed Jan 02, 2013 10:51 am

Dann757 wrote:
Freddy wrote:Klook...just curious....how come your avatar says you live in TN?

Kevin moved there but I think he must be homesick to a certain extent.

I better refrain from the toxicity contest- wouldn't be fair, I'm from New Jersey :D



There are still a few good Republicans in NJ. The problem is you keep sending the damn libs over here. :D
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Re: Coffee: Last one of 2012

PostBy: Dann757 On: Wed Jan 02, 2013 4:02 pm

Flyer5 wrote:The problem is you keep sending the damn libs over here.


HAHAHAHa not true. You can't send them anywhere. They do whatever they want. If anybody could send them anywhere, we wouldn't be regressing into the stone age like we are now :D

Oh and what I meant by the toxicity contest; I would have an unfair advantage. We played as high school kids on a grassy lot called "Jerry's Field". It was later designated as a Superfund Site. Drew Chemical had been dumping palm oil waste in a giant pit for decades, along with a septic company hahahhaha. Then somebody covered it up and put grass down, that place always had a... smell to it.

There was a favor factory in my town, depending on the wind, the air would smell like artificial cherry, orange, strawberry, or garlic; or a combination :o I had a friend whose dad worked there. He would come home with 100% ethanol from that place. We would swipe it, cut it in half and drink it. New Jersey moonshine at 14yrs. old :lol: I remember when The Standard Railway Fusee Co. burned down, it looked like a giant highway flare from across town. Etc...
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Re: Coffee: Last one of 2012

PostBy: Flyer5 On: Wed Jan 02, 2013 4:37 pm

Dann757 wrote:
Flyer5 wrote:The problem is you keep sending the damn libs over here.


HAHAHAHa not true. You can't send them anywhere. They do whatever they want. If anybody could send them anywhere, we wouldn't be regressing into the stone age like we are now :D

Oh and what I meant by the toxicity contest; I would have an unfair advantage. We played as high school kids on a grassy lot called "Jerry's Field". It was later designated as a Superfund Site. Drew Chemical had been dumping palm oil waste in a giant pit for decades, along with a septic company hahahhaha. Then somebody covered it up and put grass down, that place always had a... smell to it.

There was a favor factory in my town, depending on the wind, the air would smell like artificial cherry, orange, strawberry, or garlic; or a combination :o I had a friend whose dad worked there. He would come home with 100% ethanol from that place. We would swipe it, cut it in half and drink it. New Jersey moonshine at 14yrs. old :lol: I remember when The Standard Railway Fusee Co. burned down, it looked like a giant highway flare from across town. Etc...



I grew up just below the Butler mine tunnel. I still remember going down to the river and it was orange overnight. Still swam and fished it . Didn't eat the fish though. Nothing wrong with me, with me, with me .
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Re: Coffee: Last one of 2012

PostBy: KLook On: Wed Jan 02, 2013 8:15 pm

Klook...just curious....how come your avatar says you live in TN?


Yeah Freddy, I am in Tenn. and looking at moving into N. Georgia actually. Thought everyone knew it, I guess I should have notified the Maine moderator! :oops:
Hey, maybe This place needs a Tenn. state moderator? Is there anyone else in here from Tenn? or Georgia? hahahah!

Homesick??? Not likely, There is over 20 inches of snow in the woods back home. I miss running my coal boiler and am planning to have an antique heater in any home I get down here. It is cold enough over night and for a month or so maybe during the days. Something like Stevezee's I think will do. :)

However, I am flying into the old home state the end of this month. New granddaughter the grandma hasn't handled yet so you know how that goes.

Kevin
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