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Old 10-24-2009, 12:31 PM
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Well if it's any help, Zaha & Ben, I can shoot a deer, clean it, skin it, cut it up & wrap it in freezer paper, and cook it so you wouldn't know you were eating venison. : )
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Old 10-24-2009, 01:05 PM
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O/T hands up those who will be sending their addys to justthinkin when deer hunting season starts....
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You know, I have not had deer in a long time.
Hmm. I think you can express overnight venison, can't you?

lol.
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Old 10-24-2009, 02:48 PM
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People always think that venison has to be doctored or marinated when in reality if handled properly that's totally unnecessary.

Dream, I haven't eaten any venison in the last six years myself so no deer are currently at risk from dead-eye justthinkin. LOL. And which means you are getting no venison from moi. Sorry. Hunting has gotten to be too expensive in TX. I can send veggies though. I have a garden in my city backyard. Bake bread too. Taking orders now. Just kidding.
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Old 10-24-2009, 07:37 PM
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People always think that venison has to be doctored or marinated when in reality if handled properly that's totally unnecessary.

Dream, I haven't eaten any venison in the last six years myself so no deer are currently at risk from dead-eye justthinkin. LOL. And which means you are getting no venison from moi. Sorry. Hunting has gotten to be too expensive in TX. I can send veggies though. I have a garden in my city backyard. Bake bread too. Taking orders now. Just kidding.
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Feel free to put them recipes for venison on the recipe thread. I could use a few! I'm hoping the guys bring back something from beer camp, I mean deer camp besides hangovers!
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Ditch the venison...I want the bread.
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Old 10-24-2009, 08:51 PM
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Ditch the venison...I want the bread.
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I would like bread and some nice squash for stir fry.
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Old 10-25-2009, 11:41 AM
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I remember Bismarks. the Best ones were custard filled and dusted with confectioner's sugar. I do not remember them in Colorado. In Georgia all you can get is Krystal Doughnuts and they are nothing but a grease laden doughball whose real purpose in life is to give you a heart attack.
I had a misprint in this posting. I ment to say:
Krispy Kreme Doughnuts

I still think that they are pretty nasty. For some reason I always say Krystal's when referring to Krispy Kreme.
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Old 10-25-2009, 11:46 AM
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Y'all are making me laugh. This is the last O/T response I'm putting up here. Last night, summer squash with red bell peppers and bacon, topped with cheese. Mustard and collards cooked with link sausage, baked sweet taters, and homemade bread, oh and cucumber salad.

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Hi Ben, sorry to hijack your thread. What are you doing this fine Sunday morning besides checking in here? Hope you have a pleasant day.

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Old 10-25-2009, 11:47 AM
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If these tracks are in the woods and not noticable from the road, then you would only know they are there if you lived/had been in the area for a little while or road a train to there. Is it possible amtrak runs this track?
My guess is you were staying at the hotel (or one of the hotels that is close by, and for a couple of days) and heard the train. I think LE needs to be looking into this. They can get employment records and pull these people in to talk, and show them a photo of Ben and ask questions about someone leaving clothes behind, someone not paying a bill, etc. His case is still active and unsolved....
With the turnover in the hotel and restaurant industry it is very unlikely that anyone is still working in those businesses that were there five years ago.
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Old 10-25-2009, 12:18 PM
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Y'all are making me laugh. This is the last O/T response I'm putting up here. Last night, summer squash with red bell peppers and bacon, topped with cheese. Mustard and collards cooked with link sausage, baked sweet taters, and homemade bread, oh and cucumber salad.

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Hi Ben, sorry to hijack your thread. What are you doing this fine Sunday morning besides checking in here? Hope you have a pleasant day.
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Okay,you just had to say what was for dinner last night.
ot.ot.ot.
Sounds sooooo good.
Where do you live? South?
My mom always made mustard and collard greens with bacon.

ot: will pm you next time.
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Old 10-25-2009, 12:21 PM
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With the turnover in the hotel and restaurant industry it is very unlikely that anyone is still working in those businesses that were there five years ago.
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Did you go and speak to the hotel and restaurant managers?

Maybe there is a manager or a long term employee who knows the
gossip from 2004?

Back when I was in college, I cleaned rooms for a living,
and I can still remember some things that went on from that time.
Not that anyone ever went missing, but we would have known if they had and we would have called the police.
I cleaned rooms for 3 years.

Hey, maybe a craigslist, 'do you remember Aug. 2004?'
Just a thought.
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Old 10-25-2009, 12:50 PM
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If Ben was in a hotel, he may have disappeared on the day he was scheduled to check out. Men can travel a lot lighter than women, so perhaps he didn't leave much behind. It's also possible a maid absconded with his stuff, and never informed management. Unlikely, but a possibility.

He may have not even been staying in Richmond Hill, just dumped there. This is kind of OT, so if someone wants to move it, please do.

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Old 10-25-2009, 02:16 PM
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I had a misprint in this posting. I ment to say:
Krispy Kreme Doughnuts

I still think that they are pretty nasty. For some reason I always say Krystal's when referring to Krispy Kreme.
Sounds like you may have grown up with Dunkin Donuts?
If you did; Krispy Kreme will make you barf.
I do not consider them donuts.

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No. The only thing abourt Richmond Hill Is that I knew there would be RR tracks on the other side of the woods behind the BK(Restaurant, not me).
Ben, do you like trains?
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Old 10-25-2009, 03:12 PM
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Ben, of all the photos of you on WS or that have been on here in the past, can you tell me which is the latest?
Is it the Savannah Morning News one?

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Old 10-25-2009, 04:15 PM
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Sounds like you may have grown up with Dunkin Donuts?
If you did; Krispy Kreme will make you barf.
I do not consider them donuts.

Yoiu are right Krispy Kreme are not donuts-they are balls of grease. Service sucks too.
Mister Donut was my favorite- they were bought out by Dunkin Donuts and dismantled.



Ben, do you like trains?
They are not a great passion with me.
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Old 10-25-2009, 04:18 PM
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Ben, of all the photos of you on WS or that have been on here in the past, can you tell me which is the latest?
Is it the Savannah Morning News one?
News Press is the oldest. the others were done about a year and one half ago. The glasses photoes that "Believe09" is (has) posted are the latest, about a week old.
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Did you go and speak to the hotel and restaurant managers?



Maybe there is a manager or a long term employee who knows the
gossip from 2004?

Back when I was in college, I cleaned rooms for a living,
and I can still remember some things that went on from that time.
Not that anyone ever went missing, but we would have known if they had and we would have called the police.
I cleaned rooms for 3 years.

Hey, maybe a craigslist, 'do you remember Aug. 2004?'
Just a thought.
Yes we made the rounds of the Restaurants and Hotels.
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Old 10-25-2009, 04:25 PM
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News Press is the oldest. the others were done about a year and one half ago. The glasses photoes that "Believe09" is (has) posted are the latest, about a week old.
I opted not to post them without your permission, friend-I will get them up pronto!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 10-25-2009, 04:26 PM
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Hey, I just saw some additonal photos you had posted on facebook. Ya'll are doing some gardening of your own it looks like. In one photo I thought you might be sniping on an okra plant. In another thought you were having some snackin okra (raw), but appears to be peppers instead.

Gardening is lots of work, but it is also amazing that you can get food from dirt. Ha.
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Hey, I just saw some additonal photos you had posted on facebook. Ya'll are doing some gardening of your own it looks like. In one photo I thought you might be sniping on an okra plant. In another thought you were having some snackin okra (raw), but appears to be peppers instead.

Gardening is lots of work, but it is also amazing that you can get food from dirt. Ha.
Believe it or not, I still have bananna, gurney, and bell peppers still coming out of the summer garden.
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Hey, I just saw some additonal photos you had posted on facebook. Ya'll are doing some gardening of your own it looks like. In one photo I thought you might be sniping on an okra plant. In another thought you were having some snackin okra (raw), but appears to be peppers instead.

Gardening is lots of work, but it is also amazing that you can get food from dirt. Ha.
I do not have a green thumb. I am cutting okra and eating a Jalapeño pepper.
I also have Habanero peppers, but I do not eat them raw. I cook them.
I notice several typos in my previous posts. My apologies, I was in a hurry and not trying to insult anyone by deliberately misspelling words.
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They are not a great passion with me.
Thanks. Trying to figure out why the tracks are something you remember.

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I do not have a green thumb. I am cutting okra and eating a Jalapeño pepper.
I also have Habanero peppers, but I do not eat them raw. I cook them.
I notice several typos in my previous posts. My apologies, I was in a hurry and not trying to insult anyone by deliberately misspelling words.

LOL. We all misspell words.
Firefox is wonderful as a browser. It highlights everything in red that's not spelled right.

I'll have to get you some Hungarian pepper seeds. I think you'll love them.
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Old 10-25-2009, 08:13 PM
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I do not have a green thumb. I am cutting okra and eating a Jalapeño pepper.
I also have Habanero peppers, but I do not eat them raw. I cook them.
I notice several typos in my previous posts. My apologies, I was in a hurry and not trying to insult anyone by deliberately misspelling words.
Happens to the best of us. No need to apologize.

Me, I'm just thankful for that edit button which I use frequently!
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Okra is a neat plant in the Hibiscus family with attractive blossoms. We found a spineless variety at an organic nursery, and planted them. I was kind of leery about how many okra plants I wanted, and wound up not planting enough. I got enough to make one batch of gumbo, and some I mixed with rice and tomatoes.

What surprised me is raw okra makes a crunchy snack, and that's where most of it went. Dog likes it too.

Ooh, Carolwood, your banana tree/s actually produced bananas?
Never heard of gurney. I'll google it.
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Benjaman,
Does Cowboy Bob or Sammy Terry mean anything to you? What about WhiteCastle hamburgers?
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