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(02-27-2018 06:28 PM)ghostofclt Wrote:  clt alerts stink fist that Lester will be the Cubs opening day starter

stinkfist knows lester still can't throw to first....

stinkfist knows his cards open at mets....
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clt says the cards are a cute little team.
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(02-27-2018 07:42 AM)stinkfist Wrote:  
(02-27-2018 01:28 AM)WWDog Wrote:  Grass is green here in SA but too early for fertilizer. Tried the weed and feed a few years ago but it didn't feed the grass and didn't weed the weeds.

what kind of grass do you have?

I've found it to work best on the thicker bladed grasses (st. Aug) and take care of clover, dollar weed, and wild onion just fine.....

another helpful item that helps the health over time is to cut often, change patterns, and always cut tall unless you have bermuda
Ditto on all that. St. Aug mow low in winter to keep weeds from making seeds then mow high in summer.
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(02-27-2018 12:42 PM)loki_the_bubba Wrote:  Loki still questions the sanity of taking a decent bit of bbq and slobbering mustard onto it. The clt has issues.

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It is the South Carolinians that put mustard on their BBQ, but they can't help it, they don't know any better. In NC we use vinegar or ketchup based sauces. I prefer Eastern-style vinegar based sauce. Boy, those ECU grads can make a sandwich like nobody's business.
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(02-27-2018 10:46 PM)Nugget49er Wrote:  
(02-27-2018 12:42 PM)loki_the_bubba Wrote:  Loki still questions the sanity of taking a decent bit of bbq and slobbering mustard onto it. The clt has issues.

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It is the South Carolinians that put mustard on their BBQ, but they can't help it, they don't know any better. In NC we use vinegar or ketchup based sauces. I prefer Eastern-style vinegar based sauce. Boy, those ECU grads can make a sandwich like nobody's business.

clt says nugget is telling the truth. Lexington BBQ is the best.
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There’s a style of barbecue 2 counties over from Bowling Green. It’s called ‘Monroe County Style’ (those locals say MONroe cownny pronouncing the mon like the bon in bonfire, us city slickers say it like munroe county).

Anyhoo there’s is a vinegar base. Heavy use of cayenne pepper. The most popular way they serve it as sliced shoulder. You can get shredded for a sammich but sliced shoulder is the way to go. You can order it sprinkled or dipped. Sprinkled is just what it sounds like. You have the shoulder in a styrofoam box to go and they sprinkle it generously. Nice and hot. But dipped is a different story. It’s pretty much bathed in it. Super delicious. They’ll throw in a couple of slices of white bread in a little wax paper bag to go with it. Good for sopping up that sauce later.

Every state has their own take on barbecue. I haven’t found too many yet that I didn’t like. But dahbeed is a carnivore. So there’s that.
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(02-27-2018 12:42 PM)loki_the_bubba Wrote:  Loki still questions the sanity of taking a decent bit of bbq and slobbering mustard onto it. The clt has issues.

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Tintin question the sanity of people who call beef or ribs barbecue.
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(02-27-2018 09:44 PM)ghostofclt Wrote:  clt says the cards are a cute little team.

stinkfist knows cards 11 WS titles > little cubbies 3

stinkfist continues to laugh...

stinkfist understands pen!s envy...
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(02-27-2018 11:12 PM)dahbeed Wrote:  There’s a style of barbecue 2 counties over from Bowling Green. It’s called ‘Monroe County Style’ (those locals say MONroe cownny pronouncing the mon like the bon in bonfire, us city slickers say it like munroe county).

Anyhoo there’s is a vinegar base. Heavy use of cayenne pepper. The most popular way they serve it as sliced shoulder. You can get shredded for a sammich but sliced shoulder is the way to go. You can order it sprinkled or dipped. Sprinkled is just what it sounds like. You have the shoulder in a styrofoam box to go and they sprinkle it generously. Nice and hot. But dipped is a different story. It’s pretty much bathed in it. Super delicious. They’ll throw in a couple of slices of white bread in a little wax paper bag to go with it. Good for sopping up that sauce later.

Every state has their own take on barbecue. I haven’t found too many yet that I didn’t like. But dahbeed is a carnivore. So there’s that.

stinkfist believes unless a cannibal, 'carnivore' is a daily menu choice...

stinkfist laughs a vegans...

as a youth, stinkfist hated catholic doctrine on fridays during lent....

stinkfist also never 'fasts'....
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(02-27-2018 10:03 PM)WWDog Wrote:  
(02-27-2018 07:42 AM)stinkfist Wrote:  
(02-27-2018 01:28 AM)WWDog Wrote:  Grass is green here in SA but too early for fertilizer. Tried the weed and feed a few years ago but it didn't feed the grass and didn't weed the weeds.

what kind of grass do you have?

I've found it to work best on the thicker bladed grasses (st. Aug) and take care of clover, dollar weed, and wild onion just fine.....

another helpful item that helps the health over time is to cut often, change patterns, and always cut tall unless you have bermuda
Ditto on all that. St. Aug mow low in winter to keep weeds from making seeds then mow high in summer.

another little know tidbit is to check you ph levels......it's almost a given in the south that the acidic level is high....

stinkfist knows that lime is beneficial to help combat if that's the case....

stinkfist also recommends dethatching annually once temps consistently reach 65 degrees at night if that is an issue due to neglect...

stinkfist also recommends if drought conditions settle in, to water in the am for at least 1 hr in lieu of setting a timer for 15 min. multiple spurts....
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(02-28-2018 12:29 AM)stinkfist Wrote:  
(02-27-2018 10:03 PM)WWDog Wrote:  
(02-27-2018 07:42 AM)stinkfist Wrote:  
(02-27-2018 01:28 AM)WWDog Wrote:  Grass is green here in SA but too early for fertilizer. Tried the weed and feed a few years ago but it didn't feed the grass and didn't weed the weeds.

what kind of grass do you have?

I've found it to work best on the thicker bladed grasses (st. Aug) and take care of clover, dollar weed, and wild onion just fine.....

another helpful item that helps the health over time is to cut often, change patterns, and always cut tall unless you have bermuda
Ditto on all that. St. Aug mow low in winter to keep weeds from making seeds then mow high in summer.

another little know tidbit is to check you ph levels......it's almost a given in the south that the acidic level is high....

stinkfist knows that lime is beneficial to help combat if that's the case....

stinkfist also recommends dethatching annually once temps consistently reach 65 degrees at night if that is an issue due to neglect...

stinkfist also recommends if drought conditions settle in, to water in the am for at least 1 hr in lieu of setting a timer for 15 min. multiple spurts....

Not acid in San Antonio. Soil here is very alkaline so the exact opposite. Needs acid but I usually use iron to green grass up. Used to use Green Light but they got bought out so I have to use expensive Ironite now. If it rains a lot, St. Aug gets very pail and iron is the only thing to green it up. Drought is very much a problem here in San Antonio in the middle of the summer. I have only about 12 inches of soil on top of solid limestone. So watering is very important in the hot South Texas sun. I have cultivated several oak trees around the house to counter the very hot Texas summer. Me likes the shade. As a result, I have patches where even St. Aug won't grow. My fix is to build a deck in the backyard where I can drink my brews and listen to the tunes. Usually the tunes on an MP3 player but I just got a Sonos I now play from my laptop. I don't like the software to control music with Sonos. So I'm working to use mediamonkey to feed Sonos like an online radio station and control the mediamonkey through a cell phone into the laptop which plays the music in mediamonkey streaming to the Sonos. I haven't figured out the streaming to Sonos yet. When I get it going, I'll blast the neighborhood out! Then contemplate where I'm at with my grass. Might even play some Tool which some Southern Miss. guy on the music thread got me into.
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loki says goodbye to the clt

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(02-28-2018 03:11 PM)loki_the_bubba Wrote:  loki says goodbye to the clt

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(02-28-2018 03:11 PM)loki_the_bubba Wrote:  loki says goodbye to the clt

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clt says please keep your shirt on, and don’t try to fight CLT staff.
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Adopted says that today's windstorm is doing an excellent job of pre-season pruning. (Just hope the siding on the house stays in place.)
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(02-28-2018 12:55 AM)WWDog Wrote:  
(02-28-2018 12:29 AM)stinkfist Wrote:  
(02-27-2018 10:03 PM)WWDog Wrote:  
(02-27-2018 07:42 AM)stinkfist Wrote:  
(02-27-2018 01:28 AM)WWDog Wrote:  Grass is green here in SA but too early for fertilizer. Tried the weed and feed a few years ago but it didn't feed the grass and didn't weed the weeds.

what kind of grass do you have?

I've found it to work best on the thicker bladed grasses (st. Aug) and take care of clover, dollar weed, and wild onion just fine.....

another helpful item that helps the health over time is to cut often, change patterns, and always cut tall unless you have bermuda
Ditto on all that. St. Aug mow low in winter to keep weeds from making seeds then mow high in summer.

another little know tidbit is to check you ph levels......it's almost a given in the south that the acidic level is high....

stinkfist knows that lime is beneficial to help combat if that's the case....

stinkfist also recommends dethatching annually once temps consistently reach 65 degrees at night if that is an issue due to neglect...

stinkfist also recommends if drought conditions settle in, to water in the am for at least 1 hr in lieu of setting a timer for 15 min. multiple spurts....

Not acid in San Antonio. Soil here is very alkaline so the exact opposite. Needs acid but I usually use iron to green grass up. Used to use Green Light but they got bought out so I have to use expensive Ironite now. If it rains a lot, St. Aug gets very pail and iron is the only thing to green it up. Drought is very much a problem here in San Antonio in the middle of the summer. I have only about 12 inches of soil on top of solid limestone. So watering is very important in the hot South Texas sun. I have cultivated several oak trees around the house to counter the very hot Texas summer. Me likes the shade. As a result, I have patches where even St. Aug won't grow. My fix is to build a deck in the backyard where I can drink my brews and listen to the tunes. Usually the tunes on an MP3 player but I just got a Sonos I now play from my laptop. I don't like the software to control music with Sonos. So I'm working to use mediamonkey to feed Sonos like an online radio station and control the mediamonkey through a cell phone into the laptop which plays the music in mediamonkey streaming to the Sonos. I haven't figured out the streaming to Sonos yet. When I get it going, I'll blast the neighborhood out! Then contemplate where I'm at with my grass. Might even play some Tool which some Southern Miss. guy on the music thread got me into.

kudos and 04-cheers to that.....

stinkfist knows the wwdog understands thingys....
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clt thinks he saw a lightning bug last night.


Or for the lesser educated folks, a lightening bug.
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(03-02-2018 04:23 PM)ghostofclt Wrote:  clt thinks he saw a lightning bug last night.


Or for the lesser educated folks, a lightening bug.

stinkfist understands clt knows psylocybin....
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(03-02-2018 04:59 PM)stinkfist Wrote:  
(03-02-2018 04:23 PM)ghostofclt Wrote:  clt thinks he saw a lightning bug last night.


Or for the lesser educated folks, a lightening bug.

stinkfist understands clt knows psylocybin....

Is that the same as psychobabblin ? 04-cheers
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Ya know, I was ready to be disappoint in this thread. But it did deliver. It just took a while. OP must have used ground shipping instead of expedited.
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