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Old January 16th, 2011, 08:06 AM   #1
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The *NEW* Good Morning Thread!

What happened to the Good Morning thread? Did I miss something?
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Old January 16th, 2011, 08:33 AM   #2
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My screw up

To all of the Good morning posters.

When I opened the thread this morning there was a prorn/spammer on the site and when I went to delete his post and ban him I hit thread delete by mistake. I have sent Omicron and Oldsguy a message to hopefully recover the thread. I Sincerely apologize for this error and hope it can be recovered


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Old January 16th, 2011, 09:05 AM   #3
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Old January 16th, 2011, 09:27 AM   #4
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Citcapp...... But good job getting rid of things that shouldn't be on here, lol! I hope they can get the thread back!
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To all of the Good morning posters.

When I opened the thread this morning there was a prorn/spammer on the site and when I went to delete his post and ban him I hit thread delete by mistake. I have sent Omicron and Oldsguy a message to hopefully recover the thread. I Sincerely apologize for this error and hope it can be recovered


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Not a morning person, are you Pat.
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Not a morning person, are you Pat.

Thank God Pat wasn't working in a US nuclear missile silo during the cold war. "$hit....I meant the yellow button...not the red one"
Might have been all over by now

This international incident has highlighted the need for a disaster recovery plan:

Jamesbo: Can you start a new Recipe Thread and repost the Gumbo and Potato Soup recipes please. The soup is a priority
Sandy: Are you OK with Work, Weather & Ornothology?
Ken: Forum Photos & sick jokes. Either order...they're interchangeable
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Gecko: Anything relevant from New Zealand (take your time...)
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Me: What?? I'm busy....

You sure it wasn't that photo of my muddy wife that caused the problem Pat It was a pretty dirty picture
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Thank God Pat wasn't working in a US nuclear missile silo during the cold war. "$hit....I meant the yellow button...not the red one"
Might have been all over by now


This international incident has highlighted the need for a disaster recovery plan:

Jamesbo: Can you start a new Recipe Thread and repost the Gumbo and Potato Soup recipes please. The soup is a priority
Sandy: Are you OK with Work, Weather & Ornothology?
Ken: Forum Photos & sick jokes. Either order...they're interchangeable
Pat: Words of Wisdom, spam deletion and 455 rebuilds.
Blue: Add-lib, comedy relief and engine bay rejuvination
Adrian: Qld weather & flooding updates.
Gecko: Anything relevant from New Zealand (take your time...)
Wolfie: How to deal with the medical profession & win (how are you BTW?)
Me: What?? I'm busy....

You sure it wasn't that photo of my muddy wife that caused the problem Pat It was a pretty dirty picture



Col, good to hear that you have an emergency plan in case of the thread going down again.
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Thats a bummer Pat Weather is good up here today, went out for a round of golf with some of the guys from work Going to the dentist in a few hours to have a wisdom tooth pulled, should be fun

How is everyone doing today?

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Thats a bummer Pat Weather is good up here today, went out for a round of golf with some of the guys from work Going to the dentist in a few hours to have a wisdom tooth pulled, should be fun

How is everyone doing today?

Take care all,

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Ouch...
Hope the extraction isn't as painfiul as my putting Adrian. Good luck
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Dentist 1, Tooth 0. I didn't feel any part of the extraction at all. Only cost me $230 so thats not to bad either I will be feeling it in a while when the drugs run out however
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Dentist 1, Tooth 0. I didn't feel any part of the extraction at all. Only cost me $230 so thats not to bad either I will be feeling it in a while when the drugs run out however
(....3 hrs later) How about now?
I don't know if you can still get those old Bex Powders in the yellow & black box, but a fairly concentrated mix as a mouthwash then swallow it with a half bottle of OP rum usually does the trick.
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Jamesbo: Can you start a new Recipe Thread and repost the Gumbo and Potato Soup recipes please. The soup is a priority
Sandy: Are you OK with Work, Weather & Ornothology?
Ken: Forum Photos & sick jokes. Either order...they're interchangeable
Pat: Words of Wisdom, spam deletion and 455 rebuilds.
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Adrian: Qld weather & flooding updates.
Gecko: Anything relevant from New Zealand (take your time...)
Wolfie: How to deal with the medical profession & win (how are you BTW?)
Me: What?? I'm busy....
Col.

I have taken my time and nothing relevant or earthshattering here--boring understates my attitude post xmas and now back at work .

I have taken my nicely ported B heads to the welder with header stubs and pattern for a set of header flanges .Deciding what size pipe to use has boosted my stocks by an extra 18 m !!.Enough to run it out the rear and return to the engine.

Oh yeah , nearly forgot --spring clean in summer and unravelled an old prize --a flag off the visiting uss truxton --circa 1982 ? Might fly it on my property.

Daughter has come to stay and bloody nora , I have cooked meals and a clean house --wondeful, but she isn`t allowed into one bedroom --strangely full of exhaust tube , a mig welder and no doubt permanent burn marks in the carpet.

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The Magna Carta of threads has been lost to cyber space.

" Like Sands through the hour glass........................."

Heck, we should be able to post a few thousand pages in no time.
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Old January 17th, 2011, 05:48 AM   #15
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...Oh yeah , nearly forgot --spring clean in summer and unravelled an old prize --a flag off the visiting uss truxton --circa 1982 ? Might fly it on my property...gecko
That is one COOL tidbit! I recently bought a USS Missouri commemorative pint glass from the local liquor shop. I kind of like having that kind of thing in my 'man cave'. It's pretty cool, etched with the ship image and commissioning, decommissioning dates.

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Nope, I'm afraid it's gone for good folks, nothing can be done. Sorry. Perhaps this can be the new Good Morning thread?
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Old January 17th, 2011, 05:57 AM   #17
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Well, I guess this is our "new" Good Morning thread, huh??? Any chances of getting the original back, do we know??

Morning All!!!

A crisp 6 degrees here this morning, and the sun is out. We have a wintery mix coming in tonight so it will be slickery early tomorrow morning they're saying, then it's supposed to turn all to rain, then snow again...

Jamesbo..... I made your meatloaf yesterday - it was great!! Even Nicole ate some, after she picked out the green peppers and onions. The taters and carrots cooked in the pan with it were very good! I will make it again! Now I'll have to try the tater soup!!

Steve is back from Atlantic City. Brian is off again today - I don't mind... I get our room to myself and don't have to listen to him talk and complain to all on the phone all day long. God he can get depressing and annoying!! Same old things over and over and over.......

I forgot there is no mail today, so I think my Hagerty renewal is going to be late!
A lot of people must have the day off. There was hardly any traffic on 91 this morning.

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I was actually gonna suggest that someone start a good mornn post II cause it took so long to load the darn thing. Oh well , I missed the last week or so but actually been doing some snow plowing. I spent 4 hours in the tractor Wednesday and the next day and half laid up in pain. My neck and back suck but I am supposed to be getting an MRI one of these days. I think I told y'all the EMG i had done said that there was another nerve problem in the neck at the 7-8 joint , one above where I had fixed. The lower back is at the L5 area and now causes pain in the legs , more the left side , and even the bottom of my foot hurts ( weird ). Sunny today but cold this morning -12C with a high of only -8.
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Old January 17th, 2011, 06:03 AM   #19
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Jamesbo..... I made your meatloaf yesterday - it was great!! Even Nicole ate some, after she picked out the green peppers and onions. The taters and carrots cooked in the pan with it were very good! I will make it again! Now I'll have to try the tater soup!!
WHAT? My recipes ar gone for good.

With Sandy's praises maybe I should start selling them.
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Hey Wolfie! Glad to know you're still alive and somewhat well! Take it easy out there plowing snow and such!! I hope you feel better this year.

Speaking of health things, Colonel..... how is your vision now? Are you seeing any better out of your eye yet??

I miss our thread. Yep, it was long, but it was fun to go back and read some of it once in a while - I did that on Saturday when I was looking for Jamesbo's meatloaf recipe. I had to laugh at some of the stuff we posted, lol! But we shall start anew today!
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Yep they are..... All the fun we had with "craw crabs" and gumbo and many other recipes and food talk..... we have to start all over. I'm glad I read through some of it on Saturday! Made me laugh!!
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To all of the Good morning posters.

When I opened the thread this morning there was a prorn/spammer on the site and when I went to delete his post and ban him I hit thread delete by mistake. I have sent Omicron and Oldsguy a message to hopefully recover the thread. I Sincerely apologize for this error and hope it can be recovered


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When I first signed up with the Aurora Club of North America forum a few year ago. I was seeing alot of that prono junk.
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Morning All, I don't contribute to this thread as much as I should, however I do read it on a regular bases. For some reason I must have missed the meatloaf recipe. Jamesbo do you think you can post it again. I have tried some of your other recipes , and I wouldn't mind trying this one.
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Morning All, I don't contribute to this thread as much as I should, however I do read it on a regular bases. For some reason I must have missed the meatloaf recipe. Jamesbo do you think you can post it again. I have tried some of your other recipes , and I wouldn't mind trying this one.
Sure, That'll be 3 easy payments of $19.95

For about a pound 1 1/2 pounds of mixed ground poke and beef. [That's really the secret buy poke and beef and mix 'em] About 1/4 bell pepper chopped, 1/2 onion chopped, 1 egg, I-talian bread crumbs. Worchester sauce. a boop of A-1 or Heinz 57. Mush it all up with you hands make a loaf. Give it a light Karate chop on top. Fill the dent on top with Ketchup.
Put it in a square Pyrex dish. Placed quartered onion, taters, and or carrots around the sides. Cover bake 350 fer about 45 min. Uncover and brown for about 15 min.
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Jamesbo, would you please re-post your meatloaf recipe?

I never saw it, and folks say its yummy!

I guess we need those guys that shut down the Iranian centrifuges to get the Good Morning Post back. I hope so. when I had nothing to do, I liked to start at page one and read ........

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Old January 17th, 2011, 06:39 AM   #26
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When I saw how many pages were on this thread - I didn't want to mess with 'history'.
Now, starting over, [per say] I've got a 'killer' hot fudge recipe my family loves, passed down from my mother, and I just gave to my 18 yr. old daughter!

By 'parts', depends how much you're wanting to make:
Teaspoon = 1 serving
Tablespoon = 2 to 3
Serving spoon = 4 to 5 servings

1 part Hersheys Cocoa Powder [heaping]
4 parts regular sugar "
2 parts water or milk

Mix together, bring to a boil, stir for a minute, and pour over favorite ice cream!
Ya gotta play with the length of boil - to your taste, as the longer the boil, [without burning] the more 'caramelized' it'll get, and get hard once hitting the ice cream.
Have fun with it!
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Thanks, Jamesbo...

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Glad to see the thread has been re-born. You can't stop tradition........
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Dentist 1, Tooth 0. I didn't feel any part of the extraction at all. Only cost me $230 so thats not to bad either I will be feeling it in a while when the drugs run out however
Did you ask to see the old part? $230 . Next time a sharp long stick and a 6 lb. rock should save you some $$$. Although you will feel a "slight" pressure.
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When I first signed up with the Aurora Club of North America forum a few year ago. I was seeing alot of that prono junk.
When I started here, I was seeing a lot of that porno junk too. Then the wife walked in and said "Stay off that stuff." So I just log on here now and not the other site.
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Baked Potato Soup


Ingredients
3 bacon strips, diced
1 small onion, chopped
1 clove garlic, minced
3 tablespoons all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon dried basil
1/2 teaspoon pepper
3 cups chicken broth
2 large baked potatoes, peeled and cubed
1 cup half-and-half cream
1/2 teaspoon hot pepper sauce
Shredded Cheddar cheese
Minced fresh parsley


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1.In a large saucepan, cook bacon until crisp. Drain, reserving 1 tablespoon drippings. Set bacon aside. Saute onion and garlic in the drippings until tender. Stir in flour, salt, basil and pepper; mix well. Gradually add broth. Bring to boil; boil and stir for 2 minutes. Add the potatoes, cream and hot pepper sauce; heat through but do not boil. Garnish with bacon, cheese and parsley.
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Sure, That'll be 3 easy payments of $19.95


Thank You Jamesbo, No problem paying for it, but it will have to be one payment as I only want to use up one set of handles that I send out with every rubber check.
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No problemo Bulldog.

Your credit is "Outstanding"
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You guys crack me up! Thanks for the tater soup recipe again, Jamesbo!
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The original GMP was so huge when I joined I felt overwhelmed and did not venture into it. Had I known there were gumbo recipes and things like that I would have looked closer.

I just hope all the recipes used vegetable or canola oil and not engine.

I am early enough on this one I can keep up with the posts.

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The original GMP was so huge when I joined I felt overwhelmed and did not venture into it. Had I known there were gumbo recipes and things like that I would have looked closer.
I just hope all the recipes used vegetable or canola oil and not engine.
I am early enough on this one I can keep up with the posts.
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Well Adam, I guess it's good the origional thread went home to glory.
I had no idea it was so intimating.

Several of us just had alot of fun with daily post of whatever. Glad you decide to join the fun.

P.S. I don't use much oil. I prefer bacon dripp'ins or lard.
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Hey, where's Pat? PAT! WE STILL LOVE YOU PAT. COME BACK! We need a group hug with Pat in the middle. Here ya go buddy.

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Sure, That'll be 3 easy payments of $19.95

For about a pound 1 1/2 pounds of mixed ground poke and beef. [That's really the secret buy poke and beef and mix 'em] About 1/4 bell pepper chopped, 1/2 onion chopped, 1 egg, I-talian bread crumbs. Worchester sauce. a boop of A-1 or Heinz 57. Mush it all up with you hands make a loaf. Give it a light Karate chop on top. Fill the dent on top with Ketchup.
Put it in a square Pyrex dish. Placed quartered onion, taters, and or carrots around the sides. Cover bake 350 fer about 45 min. Uncover and brown for about 15 min.
Now this type of "poke" I am unaware of lol -please translate into' non- Nth American.'
ketchup ---ooooh tomato sauce lol
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Sure, That'll be 3 easy payments of $19.95

For about a pound 1 1/2 pounds of mixed ground poke and beef. [That's really the secret buy poke and beef and mix 'em] About 1/4 bell pepper chopped, 1/2 onion chopped, 1 egg, I-talian bread crumbs. Worchester sauce. a boop of A-1 or Heinz 57. Mush it all up with you hands make a loaf. Give it a light Karate chop on top. Fill the dent on top with Ketchup.
Put it in a square Pyrex dish. Placed quartered onion, taters, and or carrots around the sides. Cover bake 350 fer about 45 min. Uncover and brown for about 15 min.
Jamesbo, I was thinking I'd make this for supper tonight so I'm going to make a supermarket run for the poke and beef. What should I be buying for the best results, Regular,Lean or Extra Lean ???
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Poke = pork if ya r from round ere. Bye de bye, De south is in North America LOL
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