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fatvet



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PostSubject: Happy Turkey Day    Tue Nov 23, 2010 2:07 pm

I didn't see a Happy Holiday thread, so figured I'd start one.

Wishing Everyone a happy healthy safe holiday week !! Smile

I'll be flyin to Minn, MN. (really Maple Grove, MN) tomorrow night to see the nephews 8-)
and the in-laws. Should be fun like usual.

What's everyone else doin ?

-ALF out... drunken
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96slowss



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PostSubject: Re: Happy Turkey Day    Tue Nov 23, 2010 7:05 pm

ill be goin out in the morning 2 meet up with everyone in the area and watch some burnouts and do some Twisted Evil then dinner with the family at my house..
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sdstick



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PostSubject: Re: Happy Turkey Day    Tue Nov 23, 2010 7:45 pm

Wish I was doing that^^^^ Razz
Afternoon dinner with the family
Happy Thanksgiving, enjoy your family & friends cheers

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PostSubject: Re: Happy Turkey Day    Tue Nov 23, 2010 7:51 pm

I wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving.
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toomanytoyz
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PostSubject: Re: Happy Turkey Day    Tue Nov 23, 2010 8:18 pm

We're having it here. My bro and his girl and my mom and stepfather are supposed to be coming by. Smile




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BoSStonsSS



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PostSubject: Re: Happy Turkey Day    Tue Nov 23, 2010 9:06 pm

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Pooge



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PostSubject: Re: Happy Turkey Day    Tue Nov 23, 2010 10:39 pm

I have 3 major events planned...

For Thursday we have "lunch" with Laura's family, then strait to my parents for "dinner", thankfully they are only about a half hour apart...

By far my favorite holiday of this time of year, is one that I created a la Frank Costanza 4 years ago. I call it Ham Wednesday. I have a very close group of friends; we snowmobile, water ski, work on cars, fish, hunt, EVERYTHING together. Basically Ham Wednesday is a "Thanskgiving" for friends, not family. We have ham instead of turkey and then we get lit right up and usually end up doing Karaoke...it is effing awesome. This year with everyone married or coupled up we have about 15 people coming, dinning in the garage, and just having a blast...I can't wait.

Now that I am working for myself and closing the shop at noon tomorrow, I will be making my triumphant debut at cooking a banquet style meal...I am incredibly nervous about it.

Doug

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bfurches



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PostSubject: Re: Happy Turkey Day    Tue Nov 23, 2010 11:40 pm

Im just gunna be a bum. I have tomorrow off, and then Thursday with pay too. I wanted to take the caprice out for one last cruise of the year before she gets torn apart, but she is officially off the road and tucked away. Winter beater is officially on the road!

Hope you guys all have an awesome holiday and drive safe!

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1984twodoor



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PostSubject: Re: Happy Turkey Day    Tue Nov 23, 2010 11:45 pm

I'll be playing at the HS football game (In the Band Razz )

Then headin' to grammas house for turkey, and listening to my uncle talk about the 64 ford falcon galaxie he swears that he owned. I love how he owned one car with model names for a compact and full-size... Rolling Eyes I always tell him it was one or the other, but he insists I'm wrong.
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Machine-De-Zine



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PostSubject: Re: Happy Turkey Day    Wed Nov 24, 2010 1:41 am

1984twodoor wrote:
I'll be playing at the HS football game (In the Band Razz )

Then headin' to grammas house for turkey, and listening to my uncle talk about the 64 ford falcon galaxie he swears that he owned. I love how he owned one car with model names for a compact and full-size... Rolling Eyes I always tell him it was one or the other, but he insists I'm wrong.
What instrument do you play in the band? And YO!, All you PRE-verts out there, we already know what "instrument" your'e about to say he's playing with! And Bro, Next time your at your uncles house, look in his old foto albums, you only have to see a corner of the car in the picture to know for sure what he had, or see if he can tell you which engine was in it! Before you go there to covertly snoop his archives, go on-line & do a little research on what every angle of both those cars looked like & what options were available. If you do find the inevitable falcon pictured, make a complement on the nice galaxy in the picture so that he is not tempted to say that THAT photo is not of HIS car. Personally I feel the Falcon was an unsafe POS, as was the Mustang which was nothing more than a re-skinned Falcon. I do however like the old FE 427 crossbolt block in a Galaxy 500 XL. Wicked! Anyway, have an excellent thanksgiving!
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PostSubject: Re: Happy Turkey Day    Wed Nov 24, 2010 5:54 am

I know I will be eating some turkey with the family, and waiting for the outcome of the Foxborough-Mansfield football game.
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toomanytoyz
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PostSubject: Re: Happy Turkey Day    Thu Nov 25, 2010 10:53 am

Happy "Eat too much, watch foot ball, and take a nap" Day!!!!! Smile

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A Toasted Marshmallow, A Long German, A Lame Suburban and expensive dreams...
Missing all my previous B's, D's and V... Sad
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GasTT



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PostSubject: Re: Happy Turkey Day    Thu Nov 25, 2010 12:16 pm

Gobble, gobble.
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PostSubject: Re: Happy Turkey Day    Thu Nov 25, 2010 4:49 pm

hope everybody had a GREAT day with family.
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PostSubject: Re: Happy Turkey Day    Thu Nov 25, 2010 7:38 pm

South side mt washington on our way up to Ossipee NH. The picture does not show the snow capped peaks


Yummy
27lb turkey
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Cadet57



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PostSubject: Re: Happy Turkey Day    Thu Nov 25, 2010 7:49 pm

IMPALADAKID wrote:
South side mt washington on our way up to Ossipee NH. The picture does not show the snow capped peaks


Yummy
27lb turkey

Cool. My aunt lives in Center Ossipee
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1984twodoor



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PostSubject: Re: Happy Turkey Day    Thu Nov 25, 2010 11:35 pm

Machine-De-Zine wrote:
1984twodoor wrote:
I'll be playing at the HS football game (In the Band Razz )

Then headin' to grammas house for turkey, and listening to my uncle talk about the 64 ford falcon galaxie he swears that he owned. I love how he owned one car with model names for a compact and full-size... Rolling Eyes I always tell him it was one or the other, but he insists I'm wrong.
What instrument do you play in the band? And YO!, All you PRE-verts out there, we already know what "instrument" your'e about to say he's playing with! And Bro, Next time your at your uncles house, look in his old foto albums, you only have to see a corner of the car in the picture to know for sure what he had, or see if he can tell you which engine was in it! Before you go there to covertly snoop his archives, go on-line & do a little research on what every angle of both those cars looked like & what options were available. If you do find the inevitable falcon pictured, make a complement on the nice galaxy in the picture so that he is not tempted to say that THAT photo is not of HIS car. Personally I feel the Falcon was an unsafe POS, as was the Mustang which was nothing more than a re-skinned Falcon. I do however like the old FE 427 crossbolt block in a Galaxy 500 XL. Wicked! Anyway, have an excellent thanksgiving!

Bass drum, the big one lol. They have too many drummers and i didnt make the cut for snare, even for senior year Crying or Very sad Oh well.

And honestly it didn't require any of that. I went snooping in my grandfathers workshop for tools, Nana let me take home some nifty wire cutters Wink and BAM! In front of my face was a huge chrome Galaxie script. So he had a Galaxie. Not a fairlane, or a falcon, or a galaxiefairlanefalcon XL Rolling Eyes
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Matt Trakker



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PostSubject: Re: Happy Turkey Day    Fri Nov 26, 2010 1:03 pm

My family is small and dysfunctional to the nth degree, so we went into Boston and ate at Faneuil Hall. We surprisingly weren't the only ones there, it was pretty busy. Parking was free on the street, pretty funny seeing the rest of Boston so dead.
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Machine-De-Zine



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PostSubject: Re: Happy Turkey Day    Fri Nov 26, 2010 9:31 pm

[quote="1984twodoor"][quote="Machine-De-Zine"]
1984twodoor wrote:
I'll be playing at the HS football game (In the Band Razz )


Bass drum, the big one lol. They have too many drummers and i didnt make the cut for snare, even for senior year Crying or Very sad Oh well.

And honestly it didn't require any of that. I went snooping in my grandfathers workshop for tools, Nana let me take home some nifty wire cutters Wink and BAM! In front of my face was a huge chrome Galaxie script. So he had a Galaxie. Not a fairlane, or a falcon, or a galaxiefairlanefalcon XL Rolling Eyes
So he never did figure out just how to mount that die cast script on to his falcon after finding that the securing post holes did not line up! ROTFLMAO! If you find your self being yelled at by your teachers repeatedly for banging out rhythms with your hands and feet at your desk, and you were not even aware that you were doing it, then you're a drummer for life! thats how I new.
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1984twodoor



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PostSubject: Re: Happy Turkey Day    Sat Nov 27, 2010 1:04 am

[quote="Machine-De-Zine"][quote="1984twodoor"]
Machine-De-Zine wrote:
1984twodoor wrote:
I'll be playing at the HS football game (In the Band Razz )


Bass drum, the big one lol. They have too many drummers and i didnt make the cut for snare, even for senior year Crying or Very sad Oh well.

And honestly it didn't require any of that. I went snooping in my grandfathers workshop for tools, Nana let me take home some nifty wire cutters Wink and BAM! In front of my face was a huge chrome Galaxie script. So he had a Galaxie. Not a fairlane, or a falcon, or a galaxiefairlanefalcon XL Rolling Eyes
So he never did figure out just how to mount that die cast script on to his falcon after finding that the securing post holes did not line up! ROTFLMAO! If you find your self being yelled at by your teachers repeatedly for banging out rhythms with your hands and feet at your desk, and you were not even aware that you were doing it, then you're a drummer for life! thats how I new.

LOL! Yeah I guess not Rolling Eyes Razz

Oh I know, they've taken my desk away from me more than once LOL! Laughing
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Machine-De-Zine



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PostSubject: Re: Happy Turkey Day    Sat Nov 27, 2010 1:20 am

[quote="1984twodoor"][quote="Machine-De-Zine"]
1984twodoor wrote:
Machine-De-Zine wrote:
1984twodoor wrote:
I'll be playing at the HS football game (In the Band Razz )


Bass drum, the big one lol. They have too many drummers and i didnt make the cut for snare, even for senior year Crying or Very sad Oh well.

And honestly it didn't require any of that. I went snooping in my grandfathers workshop for tools, Nana let me take home some nifty wire cutters Wink and BAM! In front of my face was a huge chrome Galaxie script. So he had a Galaxie. Not a fairlane, or a falcon, or a galaxiefairlanefalcon XL Rolling Eyes
So he never did figure out just how to mount that die cast script on to his falcon after finding that the securing post holes did not line up! ROTFLMAO! If you find your self being yelled at by your teachers repeatedly for banging out rhythms with your hands and feet at your desk, and you were not even aware that you were doing it, then you're a drummer for life! thats how I new.

LOL! Yeah I guess not Rolling Eyes Razz

Oh I know, they've taken my desk away from me more than once LOL! Laughing
You need to get a set of REAL drums! And if you find that the mounted tom-toms don't sound quite right to your ear, you could always use them for your rear brakes.
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