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  1. Thread: Duct Tape Quote

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    yes it is possible to reuse pvs plumbing pipe,...

    yes it is possible to reuse pvs plumbing pipe, fencing staples and numerous other so called one use items. Its amazing what you end up reusing in inventive ways. Although if the cows break through...
  2. Thread: Duct Tape Quote

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    ah yes the good old 8 gauge wire, bane of balers,...

    ah yes the good old 8 gauge wire, bane of balers, lawnmowers, driveshafts, motorbikes and horses.
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    oddly enough that type of advertising doesnt...

    oddly enough that type of advertising doesnt bother me. HOWEVER if it was being worn by jailbait or had a semblence of support of troops on it I would be complaining very loudly. I strongly object to...
  4. Thread: Charcoal or gas?

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    hell no, it might upset their delicate elderly...

    hell no, it might upset their delicate elderly stomachs. we live in an area where the biggest industry is rest homes and retirement villages. Buying a house in the are is well out of reach of your...
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    Whatever you are cooking should not notice the...

    Whatever you are cooking should not notice the element turning on and off, thats usually a sign of a bad pot base. A thick base of air or aluminium sandwich instead of steel; or too thin base are all...
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    I like gas too but my halogen hob is actually...

    I like gas too but my halogen hob is actually better. Good 18 gauge pots make all the difference. Too many years of cows and 50lb buckets have ruined my wrists and elbows. Being able to slide a pot...
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    copper oxide. Unfortunately this is also lethal...

    copper oxide. Unfortunately this is also lethal to fish to rinse thoroughly and make sure the rinse water goes into sewage rather than stormwater. Anything with copper in it will knock off the...
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    forgoing brands.......there is no way I will ever...

    forgoing brands.......there is no way I will ever have anything less than a double wall convection oven ever again. a little more expensive but well worth it.
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    I would agree with snipe, although the original...

    I would agree with snipe, although the original version is caused by oats. The smell of horse sweat on a cold winters morning. Gunpowder and wet fire. The smell of tobacco wads out of port barrels.
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    we had at one point an elaborate spit. A water...

    we had at one point an elaborate spit. A water wheel geared to a spit over an open fire on corregated iron Garlic rosemary thyme and onions were planted over the years to grow as needed. As part of...
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    There are many different versions but a salt...

    There are many different versions but a salt crust is great even on things like chicken, I have heard of hedgehogs and fish being roasted in the same manner.
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    is this the one? Eye of the Round ...

    is this the one?




    Eye of the Round

    Kosher or sea salt

    Seasonings of choice
  13. Thread: Charcoal or gas?

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    ah yes, light the wood fired grill, hear the fire...

    ah yes, light the wood fired grill, hear the fire station siren go off. The neighbour over the back fence has called the fire brigade out of spite. In his old age he objects to anyone or anything...
  14. Thread: Charcoal or gas?

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    America has turned bbq'ing into an art I cant...

    America has turned bbq'ing into an art I cant disagree with you there. You are also lucky enough to have access to products that many of us can only dream of. However I have seen one of these built...
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    You can reduce them on both the camera and your...

    You can reduce them on both the camera and your computer. Most programs will allow you to resize the picture. If you do so save both sizes, as you are effectively reducing the resolution.

    Using a...
  16. Thread: New Camping Product

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    its all very well telling us about this new...

    its all very well telling us about this new product and yes its a good idea BUT many people forget this is a site used by people is 100+ countries. Only 2 countries have access to these things. When...
  17. Thread: Charcoal or gas?

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    you are only allowed to use gas here now, no fire...

    you are only allowed to use gas here now, no fire no fuel or alchohol stoves - gas only. I see a generation or two of people who light fires without knowing how to keep them safe.
  18. Thread: New Camping Product

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    are you sure? I have a halogen glass cooktop,...

    are you sure? I have a halogen glass cooktop, cast iron, arcoroc and heavy based pans are best, light stuff and ironically cheap pots are next to useless.
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    and the informercial version of the dutch oven is...

    and the informercial version of the dutch oven is walk away cookware (totally useless as a haybox but very efficient as a pot). There is always the good old haybox, which is basically a dutch oven in...
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    my experience with a number of users who are in...

    my experience with a number of users who are in essence technophobes, is that zone alarm frustrates and scares them. That particular program keeps me in green dollars and workshop favours.
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    the marlin are well worth chasng here although...

    the marlin are well worth chasng here although there is no formal catch and release, you are likely to be lured into a dark alley and beaten if you dont. In NZ you would not dream of chasing marlin...
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    ah yes, the asters are blooming, the gadioli have...

    ah yes, the asters are blooming, the gadioli have been cut back, the iris and freesia beds have been fed. The wedding day rose survived its midsummer move and has decided to double its size in a...
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    everyone has their own opinion, here is mine. I...

    everyone has their own opinion, here is mine.
    I use 7wt daiwa procasters to teach learners about the basics, how to load up, line control, casting into the wind, basic casts and movement. I have...
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    ok remember that 99.9% of internet users DONT use...

    ok remember that 99.9% of internet users DONT use and have never used AOL or yahoo. US ISP are a mere drop in the bucket in the world of internet and computers. Although you can have a browser which...
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    la fortuna goes well with marlin fishing for some...

    la fortuna goes well with marlin fishing for some reason.
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