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  • Anna Morris
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    Originally posted by Howard Brown View Post
    which instantly reminds me of unpleasant disease states in farm animals.

    ....which is precisely why I love it, Mrs. Ma'am.....I'm O.G. and down with the down low when it comes to anything from marsupials to ferrets.
    You'll never see a buried pet on my life resume.....take a wild guess why.
    Hardcore How


    (I should have said deadly diseases like scours...)

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  • Gary Barnett
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    Originally posted by Howard Brown View Post
    Bob:

    No, its Clitoris Leachman.
    Now...

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=wB9YIsKIEbA

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  • Gary Barnett
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    Originally posted by Robert Linford View Post
    I believe there's an actress called Chlorine Bleachman.
    Personally, Iím not religious, but I have respect for the beliefs of others.

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  • Howard Brown
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    Bob:

    No, its Clitoris Leachman.

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  • Robert Linford
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    I believe there's an actress called Chlorine Bleachman.

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  • Gary Barnett
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    Originally posted by Howard Brown View Post
    It isn't Mike...and more's the pity.

    Sending scrapple to the Brits is a high priority....or at least a priority when I'm high.
    How,

    When we leave the EU (Oct, 31st), youíll be able to send us anything you like, provided itís been thoroughly washed in chlorine.

    Gary

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  • Howard Brown
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    Death, Where Is Thy Stink ?

    which instantly reminds me of unpleasant disease states in farm animals.

    ....which is precisely why I love it, Mrs. Ma'am.....I'm O.G. and down with the down low when it comes to anything from marsupials to ferrets.
    You'll never see a buried pet on my life resume.....take a wild guess why.
    Hardcore How

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  • Anna Morris
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    Concerning scrapple, I don't think I could get past the "slightly offal-ly taste" mentioned in the article. I have the same problem with the Mexican delicacy, menudo, which is tripe stew. I have even sampled it prepared by a fine chef and there is a special flavor which instantly reminds me of unpleasant disease states in farm animals.

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  • Howard Brown
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    It isn't Mike...and more's the pity.

    Sending scrapple to the Brits is a high priority....or at least a priority when I'm high.

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  • Michael Banks
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    Originally posted by Howard Brown View Post
    Thanks Robert. Iíd always wondered about the scrapple references on here. For some reason Iíd always had it in my mind that it was a drink. Itís a kind of sausage. Iíve never seen it on sale over here. I need to try it.

    You're durn tootin' you need to try it, Mike.
    Its actually more than a sausage....its...its....heaven to the palate.
    Iíll have to investigate this How. I donít know if itís available over here?

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  • Howard Brown
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    Thanks Robert. Iíd always wondered about the scrapple references on here. For some reason Iíd always had it in my mind that it was a drink. Itís a kind of sausage. Iíve never seen it on sale over here. I need to try it.

    You're durn tootin' you need to try it, Mike.
    Its actually more than a sausage....its...its....heaven to the palate.

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  • Michael Banks
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    I might have a bit of an excuse for my technical stupidity. The part that Howard told me to click is very feint. Which to me usually means that it isnít usable. To be honest, on my iPad, itís barely visible. But it works so itís problem solved.

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  • Michael Banks
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    Originally posted by Robert Linford View Post
    Michael, here is the JTR Forums home page :


    https://www.tastecooking.com/brief-h...ania-scrapple/
    Thanks Robert. Iíd always wondered about the scrapple references on here. For some reason Iíd always had it in my mind that it was a drink. Itís a kind of sausage. Iíve never seen it on sale over here. I need to try it.

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  • Michael Banks
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    Originally posted by Anna Morris View Post
    My computer knowledge is probably less than yours. I solve all computer problems by just clicking things till I get what I want. (Sometimes my tiny, fur-ball dog also gets on the keyboard. I think he has more than four legs under the fluff and by standing on multiple keys he makes my laptop do stuff I didn't know computers could do.) I have a way to get back to the threads quickly but I am sure it is the wrong way to do it. It is literally a two handed method that is cumbersome if I am lying in bed at night.
    I find that difficult to believe Anna. There are Amazonian tribesman with a better grasp of computer technology than me.

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  • Michael Banks
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    Originally posted by Jerry Dunlop View Post
    Or, just click on the blue JTRforums.com header at the top of the page.
    Thank you Jerry

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