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Old 07-05-2010, 06:31 PM   #11
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Hell John.....You are right about the threes time sixes and the six times ones and so forth , You always were a math ace......Guess I could be a little futher along if I had worked hard on 2 plus 2 like You did instead of goin' for a degree in SEXOLOGY taught by the always Lovely Bobbie Sue Boudreau

JarHeads and Airborne.....Always a good topic for discussion.....I for one love it

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Old 07-05-2010, 06:56 PM   #12
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John Tee....Cohee...You two great brains need to come down here and proceed with a lawsuit against a certain CoonAss seafood resturant I visited and dined in last Sat. evening...Sat outside by the bayou , good Cajun band playin' ...cable spool with a red and white checkered oilcloth for a table , oyster shell covered ground ,got a few dozen Raw Oysters for Me and Bobbie Sue , drinkin' COLD Lone Star chasein' it with Makers Mark.....'bout two a. m. Sunday morn I was countin' on them oysters for some help in the way They have always helped before...All I can figure out is all the oysters went off at one time or only one went off at all,,,,obviously the oysters were not up to what They were supposed to be...We know B P is to blame

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Old 07-06-2010, 09:05 PM   #13
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Bill,

At your age, you ought to go to bed a little earlier and cut back on them ice cold beers and bourbon chasers. Viagra beats arsters (little of that Eastern Shore lingo) any day.

I can only imaging the hangover you would get from Lone Star and bourbon. Maker's Mark is too fine a sip to chase beers with.

I agree, it probably was BP's fault that them gulf arsters didn't do their magic. Ask JohnnyT about them Blue Point arsters from Currituck, N. Carolina. They are about the size of a softball and finger lickin good. Don't get no better than about six of them and a dozen large steamed crabs chased down by a couple of long neck blue ribbons. If you eat any of them crabs, demand to see the packing slip to make sure they ain't from D.C. Downriver from the Blue Plains sludge plant in D.C., they catch crabs the size of maine lobsters. Course, considering the source of all that sludge, you really don't want to eat any of em. Less than honest dealers try to pass them off as being from the Chesapeake bay or Currituck Sound!

The Studebaker still has a CB in it. Every now and then I turn it on. I hear them truckers talking now and then about Bobby sue somebody from down South.

Does Bar-Sto still make match barrels for Lorcins?

By the way, I found a good use for Glocks. Invert the gun, point the ejection port down and insert the cap of a long neck cold-un. push down and twist.
 
 
Old 07-07-2010, 05:00 AM   #14
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cohee...I'm glad you mentioned crabs. It reminded me of somethin' that Billy may not be aware of.

Billy...Them oysters not workin' as expected was probably a good thing. Mind ya, I ain't jumpin' to conclusions...but I think maybe Bobby Sue mighta been cheatin' on us. I'm on my third can of Raid, and I'm still scratchin' like a Bluetick Hound after a night on the chase in a stand of Virginia Pines.
 
Old 07-07-2010, 05:28 AM   #15
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RX = Blue ointment

Works on the most common crabs in D.C. Sold by the gallon in area pharmacies.
 
Old 07-07-2010, 07:35 AM   #16
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Won't work on them Loozeyanna Track Crabs. They think Kwell is Kool-Aid and they're hungry 24/7.
 
Old 07-09-2010, 06:15 PM   #17
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Hey Hands...I take great exception to any disparagein' remarks about Bobbie Sue.....Hell John...Havein' seen the morals of the average JARHEAD I doubt You have the slightest idea of where You found the offendin' little critters or when the critter invasion started......Maybe at this time You might consider refrainin' from partakein' of the 3.2 and stick to the strong coffee....Speakin' of.....What is the chances of You hands sendin' Me a few jugs of Junior Johnsons' MOON SHINE whiskey.....bound to be some around Tn. or Car.

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Old 07-09-2010, 07:15 PM   #18
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Billy...It so happens that Junior has moved his headquarters to Lewisville, NC...about 10 miles from Winston and about 35 miles from here if I take the back roads to Clemmons.
If he's makin' any likker, he ain't lettin' anybody know about it. He's up to his neck in raisin' prize Black Angus. If I get out that way any time soon, I'll inquire as to whether he has any private stock that he'd be willin' to part with. As to how I'm gonna go about sendin' illegal likker via UPS...I wouldn't hold my breath. I will, however, take a pull on the jug in your honor.
 
Old 07-10-2010, 08:01 PM   #19
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Shine, anyhow good shine, is hard to come by anymore. Most of the moonshiners discovered that there was more money in raisin wacky tobacky.

Then, they discovered cooking meth. Much more profitable and less work than tendin a still or haulin water to the weed patch.

I have a hard and fast rule about shine. Iffin I can't see the still, I don't drink the shine. Too many folks taken to using tractor or truck radiators for condensation coils and oil drums for cookers. Instant lead poision, instant blindness, slow death. Good hands are hard to come by and no body has much pride in what they cook or grow these days.

Most of the popskull shine winds up in the projects in memphis and nola. I'll stick to Mark and JD.
 
Old 07-11-2010, 05:56 AM   #20
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That's where ol' Junior is different. Makin' likker runs deep with him. It was a way to make money, but it was also a matter of pride and done wth a sense of personal responsibility.
Junior's daddy made shine...and his daddy before him...and they all made good whiskey.
Even when their contemporaries were cookin' poison to increase their profits...the Johnsons made it the right way, and if Junior is still at it...which I suspect that he is on at least a small scale...he still makes it right. A better corn or "Sugarhead" likker would be hard to find.

When he became a NASCAR superstar...he continued to make whiskey. When he cut that part of his life loose, and built engines for the new bunch...he continued to make whiskey. He gave a lot of it away to friends and customers...and even fans, old and new who made the pilgrimage to his shop in Wilkesboro to meet the legend.

He wasn't at all hard to meet, either. Just walk into the shop and say "Howdy Junior! You don't know me, but I've been a long time fan." He'd make you feel like you were an old friend within minutes...but he wouldn't offer any of his product until he felt that he could trust you. Much of the time, it was a gift. He didn't need the money, and he was justifiably proud of his likker...because it really was that good.

In addition to the standard corn...he created some of the finest peach, apple, and cherry brandy I've ever sipped...and if he's not makin' it any more...it's our loss.
 
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