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PostSubject: Must Be Serving Decaf In Here...   Sun Jan 04, 2015 5:29 am

***looks around and takes a seat on the couch***

Five minutes later...

***wonders where the waitress is***

Five minutes later...

***brews a pot of his own high-octane coffee and
starts making blueberry crepes***

Ten minutes later...

***Pours half a bottle of Bailey's in the coffee pot***

Five minutes later...

***sits on the couch and waits to see if anyone else
comes in***

Five seconds later...

Looks like all the coffee and crepes are mine!!!

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PostSubject: Yep, Still Awake.   Sun Jan 04, 2015 6:54 am

Just in case anyone was wondering why
I would brew high-octane coffee in the
middle of the night, I work nights.
The downside is that on my nights off,
I'm wide awake while the rest of the
world is asleep.
I was hoping that there might be another
night owl or two here on the forum...

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PostSubject: Re: Must Be Serving Decaf In Here...   Sun Jan 04, 2015 8:47 am

mrparrot, just read this, I can c your a hoot , good luck with the night owls here lol Later
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PostSubject: Re: Must Be Serving Decaf In Here...   Sun Jan 04, 2015 9:40 am

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mrparrot, just read this, I can c your a hoot , good luck with the night owls here lol Later
I'm a what?

A hoot?

Just because I'm a night owl,
that doesn't mean that you can
go around insulting owls like that.

Owls hoot.

Amazons scream.

I'm a scream, not a hoot.

I'll let this go, this time.

After all, you're probably still feeling
a little off from the jolt you got from
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PostSubject: Re: Must Be Serving Decaf In Here...   Sun Jan 04, 2015 9:53 am

LOL that was 44 years ago and it wasn't me, I and a buddy talked his brother into peeing on a electric fence after we had gotten into my dads Crown Royal and he was bare footed in a wet pasture
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PostSubject: Re: Must Be Serving Decaf In Here...   Sun Jan 04, 2015 10:00 am

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LOL that was 44 years ago and it wasn't me, I and a buddy talked his brother into peeing on a electric fence after we had gotten into my dads Crown Royal and he was bare footed in a wet pasture
Too bad YouTube wasn't around back then.

And since it wasn't, you'll just have to give
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PostSubject: Re: Must Be Serving Decaf In Here...   Sun Jan 04, 2015 10:03 am

Our neighbors had a two wire system. Pretty high voltage because they raised sheep and sheep are well ... sheep. We would take our city slicker cousins and tell them to hold the wires apart while we climbed through and then we would hold them for them. Well they would see the insulators, and say "No, it's an electric fence." We would reply, "That's OK it's off, see." and then grab the top wire. They would then insist the bottom wire was hot. Repeat. So then they would grab both wires and end up on their keister. This was shortly followed by an angry cousin chasing us across the field. Of course we made up for it by serving them the special extra large corn ears at dinner time. :winky winky:

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PostSubject: Re: Must Be Serving Decaf In Here...   Sun Jan 04, 2015 10:07 am

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Our neighbors had a two wire system. Pretty high voltage because they raised sheep and sheep are well ... sheep. We would take our city slicker cousins and tell them to hold the wires apart while we climbed through and then we would hold them for them. Well they would see the insulators, and say "No, it's an electric fence." We would reply, "That's OK it's off, see." and then grab the top wire. They would then insist the bottom wire was hot. Repeat. So then they would grab both wires and end up on their keister. This was shortly followed by an angry cousin chasing us across the field. Of course we made up for it by serving them the special extra large corn ears at dinner time. :winky winky:

Ok, I'll admit it.

I'm a city boy.

Why do I have a feeling that the phrase,
"special extra large corn ears" is a code
for something else...

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PostSubject: Re: Must Be Serving Decaf In Here...   Sun Jan 04, 2015 10:10 am

Ever see the corn they raise for fodder?

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PostSubject: Re: Must Be Serving Decaf In Here...   Sun Jan 04, 2015 10:15 am

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Ever see the corn they raise for fodder?

No.

Let me guess.

It's kind of like the "factory seconds",
not quite good enough to sell at full retail,
but still works as designed?

Factory refurbished...?

Sold at a discount because even though it's new,
it's got a few dents or scratches...?

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PostSubject: Re: Must Be Serving Decaf In Here...   Sun Jan 04, 2015 10:20 am

Very large ears, but also bred to be feed --- read high starch content as opposed to high sugar content in sweet corn. The type of corn they use for corn meal, corn starch etc. The funny7 thing is, being used to the stuff you could get in the cities, that was before the new varieties that continue to get sweeter after you pick them, they never noticed the difference.

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PostSubject: Re: Must Be Serving Decaf In Here...   Sun Jan 04, 2015 10:24 am

@Kevind53 wrote:
Very large ears, but also bred to be feed --- read high starch content as opposed to high sugar content in sweet corn. The type of corn they use for corn meal, corn starch etc. The funny7 thing is, being used to the stuff you could get in the cities, that was before the new varieties that continue to get sweeter after you pick them, they never noticed the difference.

I love the white sweet corn.

Is there any other variety that's sweeter?

And I always drench my ears in unsalted
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PostSubject: Re: Must Be Serving Decaf In Here...   Sun Jan 04, 2015 10:28 am

Most of the varieties you find in the stores today are quite sweet. Don't know that any one is sweeter than the others. We get ours from farm stands when we can and eat it that night. I like to roast it on the grill sometimes ... gives it a little smokiness and intensifies the sweetness somewhat.

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PostSubject: Re: Must Be Serving Decaf In Here...   Sun Jan 04, 2015 11:13 am

I actually drink decaf. Years ago I had to find out why I got migraines when I didn't have a coffee as soon as I got up in the morning.

I switched to decaf and no more migraines.  I find now that regular coffee gives me terrible heart palpitations so I have to be very careful they don't give me the wrong one at the coffee shop. I'd be buzzing all day.

Kevin those big ears were what my dad used to call cow corn. Said it was used to feed the pigs on the farm.  It takes a lot to chew that corn. lmao
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PostSubject: Re: Must Be Serving Decaf In Here...   Sun Jan 04, 2015 11:20 am

I need my caffeine.
100 ounces at a time.
Yep, I have an insulated bucket
that I fill every night before
we roll out.
100 ounces of Dr.Pepper.

Luckily for me, if doesn't cause heart palpitations.

The only thing that makes my heart race
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PostSubject: Re: Must Be Serving Decaf In Here...   Sun Jan 04, 2015 11:24 am

Here you go....

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PostSubject: Re: Must Be Serving Decaf In Here...   Sun Jan 04, 2015 11:28 am

Blonde Canadian women...

But let's not be too hasty here.

Lose the Hockey padding, a quick
dye job on the hair.

Yeah, there's some potential there...

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PostSubject: Re: Must Be Serving Decaf In Here...   Sun Jan 04, 2015 11:37 am

Field corn is what Iowa calls your big ears here in Iowa for feeding, selling for grain distillery's for gas and meal products  , the people here in Iowa like the variety called candy corn , white and yellow cornels,  like Kevin said most sweet corn is good and sweet and grilling corn brings out the best.
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PostSubject: Re: Must Be Serving Decaf In Here...   Sun Jan 04, 2015 11:40 am

Wrapped in foil first,
or just toss it on the grill
and keep it rolling so it
doesn't burn?

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PostSubject: Re: Must Be Serving Decaf In Here...   Sun Jan 04, 2015 11:43 am

@royboy wrote:
Field corn is what Iowa calls your big ears here in Iowa for feeding, selling for grain distillery's for gas and meal products  , the people here in Iowa like the variety called candy corn , white and yellow cornels,  like Kevin said most sweet corn is good and sweet and grilling corn brings out the best.
We call the yellow and white kernels  "peaches and cream" up here in the Northern Tundra.

I have no idea where the peaches idea comes from. It's not peach colored at all. Just pale yellow.  I prefer just the plain yellow kind. No idea what it's called.  I get my fresh from the farmer.  Yum now I want some corn.

I'm going to post some good recipes for corn chowder I found yesterday.
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PostSubject: Re: Must Be Serving Decaf In Here...   Sun Jan 04, 2015 11:45 am

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Blonde Canadian women...

But let's not be too hasty here.

Lose the Hockey padding, a quick
dye job on the hair.

Yeah, there's some potential there...


you better hope you didn't offend the brunettes on this site.
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PostSubject: Re: Must Be Serving Decaf In Here...   Sun Jan 04, 2015 11:49 am

GG yes we have that here also, I would assume a marketing promotion, there are so many varieties of sweet corn. My mother used to get some of each from different seed company's, She would also freeze around 150-200 pint bags every year, she was a gardener,
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PostSubject: Re: Must Be Serving Decaf In Here...   Sun Jan 04, 2015 11:53 am

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you better hope you didn't offend the brunettes on this site.

Honestly, I'm more afraid of offending
the red heads.

Those women are crazy.

Oops.

I think I just offended them...

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PostSubject: Re: Must Be Serving Decaf In Here...   Sun Jan 04, 2015 11:54 am

Well said Mrparrot roflmao
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PostSubject: Re: Must Be Serving Decaf In Here...   Sun Jan 04, 2015 11:55 am

royboy, my dad was the gardener and my parents froze so much of what they grew over those 3 months.  Kept them going all winter for many veggies not to mention the canning they did.

Me...I'm lazy. I buy my food but I do grow my herbs and tomatoes.  I don't have enough room to really grow what I'd like to.  Sometimes I wonder if I got my dad's talents. My cherry tomatoes grow like jack and the beanstalk sizes.  Maybe one day I'll have the piece of land to grow and try some of the things my dad grew. I have his dried beans (both green and yellow) in a can.  I think one can might even be climbers.
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PostSubject: Re: Must Be Serving Decaf In Here...   Sun Jan 04, 2015 11:58 am

Good for you , I am sure when I retire I will do the same :-) I have the land but not the time or energy lol
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PostSubject: Re: Must Be Serving Decaf In Here...   Sun Jan 04, 2015 12:18 pm

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Good for you , I am sure when I retire I will do the same :-) I have the land but not the time or energy lol

Just throw those seed out in the garden dirt. Whatever gets to the top first wins, you know, weeds or beans. That is my kind of gardening. I haven't been able to find canned vegy seeds. I still buy mine from the store.
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PostSubject: Re: Must Be Serving Decaf In Here...   Sun Jan 04, 2015 12:31 pm

Palmer01, just pull the top of the can off and put it in the ground, and see what happens, something will come out of the ground-
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PostSubject: Re: Must Be Serving Decaf In Here...   Sun Jan 04, 2015 12:39 pm

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Palmer01, just pull the top of the can off and put it in the ground, and see what happens, something will come out of the ground-

Oil and gas?  :shootin the br
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PostSubject: Re: Must Be Serving Decaf In Here...   Sun Jan 04, 2015 12:45 pm

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@royboy wrote:
Good for you , I am sure when I retire I will do the same :-) I have the land but not the time or energy lol

Just throw those seed out in the garden dirt. Whatever gets to the top first wins, you know, weeds or beans. That is my kind of gardening. I haven't been able to find canned vegy seeds. I still buy mine from the store.
They were beans from the actual green and yellow beans. Once he perfected a crop he used his left over beans, dried them and stored them in an old coffee can.  You city boys don't know much.

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PostSubject: Re: Must Be Serving Decaf In Here...   Sun Jan 04, 2015 3:35 pm

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I actually drink decaf. Years ago I had to find out why I got migraines when I didn't have a coffee as soon as I got up in the morning.

I switched to decaf and no more migraines.  I find now that regular coffee gives me terrible heart palpitations so I have to be very careful they don't give me the wrong one at the coffee shop. I'd be buzzing all day.

Kevin those big ears were what my dad used to call cow corn. Said it was used to feed the pigs on the farm.  It takes a lot to chew that corn. lmao

Yep exactly cow corn, dent corn, feed corn ... depends on who you're talking to. It's used mostly for cattle feed in these parts.

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PostSubject: Re: Must Be Serving Decaf In Here...   Sun Jan 04, 2015 3:37 pm

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@PALMER01 wrote:
@royboy wrote:
Good for you , I am sure when I retire I will do the same :-) I have the land but not the time or energy lol

Just throw those seed out in the garden dirt. Whatever gets to the top first wins, you know, weeds or beans. That is my kind of gardening. I haven't been able to find canned vegy seeds. I still buy mine from the store.
They were beans from the actual green and yellow beans. Once he perfected a crop he used his left over beans, dried them and stored them in an old coffee can.  You city boys don't know much.


Yep those city slickers are almost as bad as flatlanders .... raspberry

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PostSubject: Re: Must Be Serving Decaf In Here...   Sun Jan 04, 2015 4:08 pm

Palmer01, it very well could be, it'd be alot better than the stuff they have in the storage tanks around here, AND, ethanol free at that, maybe 120 octane......
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