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In Topic: Only in a JEEP! and more kewl music videos!

08 January 2015 - 03:34 PM

Paul McCartney's "Pipes of Peace" reminded me of a number by my most favorite group Celtic Thunder.  It has been written that an unofficial truce did happen like this in the no-man's land between the trenches on Christmas Eve 1915.






As can be seen this damn link didn't work.  I don't understand Tyler's updated input screen.  Had no trouble with the old one.  If it ain't broke, don't fix it!

I tried this with the [dohtml] etc but it didn't work


In Topic: Happy New Year

03 January 2015 - 02:37 PM

Thanks, Scott.  HNY to ALL!!!!!


I would really like to meet Little Scotty.  Can you bring him to Florida?  Want me to pay your way?  Yes, you can cum if you want.  Wouldn't want him to arrive in a doggy-bag. :bumblebee2:


:wub: to all, Granny

In Topic: Merry Christmas.

13 December 2014 - 09:18 PM

Goodness! And here at Christmas time.



In Topic: Text Attributes in Replies

27 November 2014 - 08:56 PM

Chad: I use IE 11 with all defaults in place.


Pastol: NO, the words don't change color in my reply before I post it.


Sorry I didn't reply sooner.


Thanks. Granny

In Topic: Recipes

23 November 2014 - 04:24 PM

Cat: I've had good luck with a Cornish hen in a crock pot.  I spray the bottom with Pam and put the hen breast up.  One time I poured some chicken broth over it, another time canned chicken gravy.  Some web recipes say cook 4 or 5 hours but my oval-shaped pot gets it done in about 2 hours or less.  Check the breast with a fork for tenderness.


If you like white turkey meat you can buy small breasts.  They would probably cook rather fast in a crock pot.


The beauty of a crock pot to me is that I don't have to empty my range oven of all the pots and pans I store there.