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Old 09-09-2008, 01:51 PM   #267
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Ya'll are making me miss being at the "thang" this weekend. What a crowd! Can't wait to see ya'll at Falluminum. For now though, have loads of fun! I know you will because it has already started!
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Old 09-09-2008, 02:12 PM   #268
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We'll be packing some pop-tarts for the weekend, lest we be offered salad "at the source" or waste "well done".
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Old 09-09-2008, 09:14 PM   #269
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And just so everyone knows, I have nothing against carnivores. Believe it or not, I can cook a mean Mongolian Beef dish. I even use real steak.
That's mighty democratic of you. You know, I have nothing against vegetarians either. Don't understand 'em...of course, I have always said, if I had to kill it, clean it and then cook it, I'd be a vegetarian, too. That's the main reason I don't like fish I guess; too many fishing trips and having to clean the fish afterward. Fish guts. Thank goodness for supermarkets. As you all know from looking at me, we have plenty of supermarkets in Fayetteville.
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Old 09-09-2008, 09:50 PM   #270
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. . . Fish guts. Thank goodness for supermarkets. As you all know from looking at me, we have plenty of supermarkets in Fayetteville.
Yep, we have plenty of supermarkets in Chattanooga too.
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I am not sure which one of the four food groups baked beans falls in to (steak, sugar, chocolate, beer), but anyone partaking should make sure they have a waterfront site.
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Old 09-10-2008, 05:30 AM   #272
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I have gotten lost somewhere along the way. What meals are potluck at this thang? I need to go grocery shopping and need to shop accordingly.

Thanks.
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Old 09-10-2008, 07:58 AM   #273
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Depends on on if you leave your trailer door open when you are eating. Then all your mails could be potluck and shared.
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Old 09-10-2008, 10:02 AM   #274
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Depends on on if you leave your trailer door open when you are eating. Then all your mails could be potluck and shared.
There will be dog food either inside the door or right outside at all times...hope you like purina.
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Old 09-10-2008, 11:29 AM   #275
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There will be dog food either inside the door or right outside at all times...hope you like purina.
From the can or dry - that will really determine the amout of beer I need to bring....
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Old 09-10-2008, 12:58 PM   #276
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I spent a few seconds reviewing all the previously important posts in this thread to discover these truths:

Brad mentioned food or beer 179 times for 180 different locations (including the pavillion). 51 mentions of Friday night, 100 mentions of Saturday, and 28 mentions of Sunday morning. He also mentioned golfing, hiking, boating, musicianing, AND leaving on a jet plane. Allow me to pause for effect..............

Breakfast was mentioned several times by several people, no day preferences, except Sunday when some bright attendee mentioned both "you can't eat in two places at once" and "no beer shall remain unsavored".

Lunch and the Tea Room were connected a few times. I assume this to be Saturday.

Dog Food, Dog Poop, and Grass are by far the most requested items. This covers the carnivores, herbivores, and omnivores.

Can "someone in charge" assign a date and time to the potluck? I mean, I *would*, but I can assume no responsbility for "adults".
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Old 09-10-2008, 01:47 PM   #277
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Ike- you have waaay too much time on your hands!!!
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This whole "work" thing is highly over-rated.

I just was informed that I have a brief to give on my summer vacation trip to the N Atlantic and will have to come in on Friday morning to give it. We will still be there but will somebody call the AL Hwy Patrol and let them know there will be a fast moving Airstream with an F250 attached passing through on Friday. We will be leaving later in the morning but should be there by 4pm - Mapquest says 5.35 hours, ahhhhh what do they Know!!!!!
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From the can or dry - that will really determine the amout of beer I need to bring....
Dry. Guess that means lots of beer.

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He's on vacation this week. Sure would be nice.
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Brad mentioned food or beer 179 times for 180 different locations (including the pavillion). 51 mentions of Friday night, 100 mentions of Saturday, and 28 mentions of Sunday morning. He also mentioned golfing, hiking, boating, musicianing, AND leaving on a jet plane. Allow me to pause for effect..............
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Can "someone in charge" assign a date and time to the potluck? I mean, I *would*, but I can assume no responsbility for "adults".
I believe a breech in Rally Etiquette has occurred.

In simple terms it is neither nice nor encouraged to act in such a way that demonstrates displeasure with the rally Organizer.

This would certainly include previously made statements by said Organizer that he or she may have made while under some chemical influence or mental lapse.

This unacceptable behavior would (hopefully) be extended to his occasional BBQ provider & Airstream buddy whom said Organizer considers “handsome eye candy”.

Regarding the Sat. “potluck” schedule:
I feel rather comfortable speaking for the rally Organizer.

Thereby let it be known:

When the sun is no longer shining directly into the Pavilion and no threat to the Organizer’s cocktail (premature ice melting I believe is the main issue) we shall proceed with setting up the vast spread of food items.

The 2nd rule of pot-luck scheduling may be in effect if there is cloud cover and no direct rays to threaten previously mentioned cocktails. This rule is derived directly from the name “pot-luck”.
Simply put, if you & your pot are lucky enough to be in the right place at the right time, you may find yourself participating in a most satisfactory din-din.

Hope this addresses your concerns & answers your question,
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