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    Texas Weather

    Me and mudbug were making a joke on Christmas day about Texas Weather because I was in shorts, flip flops and a T-shirt outside smoking a Turkey. I said I may need a jacket in a couple of hours, you never know. Well, here is a current map of our lovely weather. We are in the upper Eastern Area so not as bad on us right now
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    Please be careful out there.
    Nasty weather is nothing to F around with.
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    Yep, Texas vot hammered yesterday. My connecting flight was cancelled at 11:45 last night after 2,5 hours of delays. Trying to fly into an airport 40 miles south of where I parked my car, but flight has already been delayed 3 hours so far today. Thinking about moving into DFW C terminal. Wonder if Amazon will deliver a cot to my current home, errrr I mean gate?
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    I'm with ya on the safety gear Fred... nice example of high visibility clothing! My question to Lomax is.... where did you find rolling papers big enough to roll up a turkey and how did you keep it lite long enough to smoke it ?
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    Welcome back bikerjosh!!!!!!!!!!
    We have missed you Amigo. Hope airlines get you on your way soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by troll View Post
    I'm with ya on the safety gear Fred... nice example of high visibility clothing! My question to Lomax is.... where did you find rolling papers big enough to roll up a turkey and how did you keep it lite long enough to smoke it ?
    Apparently more people on the streets of London are embracing Betty Boop colors beneath umbrellas. I feel so safe knowing there are no hidden weapons concealed upon their persons...should be mandatory attire. .2B54E16600000578-3196671-The_group_walk_down_a_wet_Carnaby_Street_under_five_orange_umbre-a-4_14.jpg
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    I just looked at whats going on where your at, if what I read was accurate, then stay safe and dry buddy

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    Quote Originally Posted by troll View Post
    I'm with ya on the safety gear Fred... nice example of high visibility clothing! My question to Lomax is.... where did you find rolling papers big enough to roll up a turkey and how did you keep it lite long enough to smoke it ?
    A Throw Rug, its harsh and takes 2 people to roll but it works. A cutting torch will get things going if you work with it.
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