John Schmidt 626 video Nov. 21 - semi-public (tickets required) viewing

JazzyJeff87

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Its fairly obvious
Same stupid pattern of talking and of course rampant post editing of every single post

Oh I know, I just found that exchange kinda funny and then something earlier jogged my memory. I actually looked up all his posts to figure out where it was since I hazily remembered his response.
 

one stroke

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There’s no judge or jury when you’re looking adrenaline in the face.

You know I’m world traveled and refined, right? But I came back to MD for the scrapple and blue crabs.

Get rappa scrapple or equivalent from a renowned meat shop. Slice a few pieces about 3/8” thick. Rub some bacon grease in a pan if you have some around, otherwise just let it ride on the non-stick.

Cook about 8 minutes on medium+ then flip it for another 8. Then go back and forth for a few minutes until the scrapple is perfectly crispy on the outside, to where if you were to hold it up by one side it doesn’t break in half.

Crack 2-4 eggs per desired sandwich. Break yolk and push it around a bit until the egg looks slightly marbled. Rip pieces of white American cheese up and toss them on the eggs, after a minute or three fold the egg up a bit until it’s about bagel sized. Flip this egg pocket until you know it’s not runny inside, you get the feel for it quickly.

Toast an everything bagel and throw this all on.

You can use sourdough or even quality white bread but if you go this route I suggest rubbing a small amount of mayo and stone ground mustard on the bread after toasting.

You can also use 1-2 pieces of bacon per egg, or chop up some Christmas style ham and sauté/ throw in egg, with the ham you absolutely must use the mayo/mustard combo. Stone ground only. None of that yellow paint for hot dogs.
Well almost right fried scrapple crisp in bacon grease , and a fried egg medium no broken yoke on to rye with mild cheddar, lite mayo lite stone ground lite bacon relish back on on the pan in butter to brown both sides and a defibrillator close by

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xradarx

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Wasted money on cooking lessons

Oh I know, I just found that exchange kinda funny and then something earlier jogged my memory. I actually looked up all his posts to figure out where it was since I hazily remembered his response.
no wonder your group can't play billiards or pocket pool, you wasted your money in cooking school. If you'd taken billiards lessons, you might could still be a world traveler and not tied down to MD. Not to mention texas
 

xradarx

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the end

nothing of interest in this thread...color me outta here
 
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arnaldo

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Nice post by John's wife, Felicity, seen in Facebook's excellent new "Straight Pool Fanatics" (a forum started by Lou Soriano, an excellent amateur 14.1 player):
John Schmidt's wife understandably proud of hubby.JPG
John is truly blessed to have such a loving and supportive wife.
Arnaldo
 

ShootingArts

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Chuck Barris



Chuck Barris was truly a renaissance man. Author, producer, comedian, game show host, song writer of a number one hit, and speaking of hits, CIA hit man.

This was a guy that could always slay them, one way or another!

Hu
 

jay helfert

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Chuck Barris was truly a renaissance man. Author, producer, comedian, game show host, song writer of a number one hit, and speaking of hits, CIA hit man.

This was a guy that could always slay them, one way or another!

Hu

I'm not so sure I'm going for that last boast of his. ;)
 

jimmyg

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Me neither but you have to admit it rounds out his CV nicely!

Hu

I recall recently watching a movie about Chuck...don't know whether he wrote it or not, but he was portrayed as a mentally troubled psychotic. I believe that he "outsmarted" his girlfriend, played by Julia Roberts, by switching the poison meant for him, killing her. I think that Drew Barrymore was also in it....Not too bad, worth two hours if there's not much more to do.
 

ShootingArts

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Sounds entertaining

I recall recently watching a movie about Chuck...don't know whether he wrote it or not, but he was portrayed as a mentally troubled psychotic. I believe that he "outsmarted" his girlfriend, played by Julia Roberts, by switching the poison meant for him, killing her. I think that Drew Barrymore was also in it....Not too bad, worth two hours if there's not much more to do.


Sounds entertaining. I kinda vaguely remember when that movie came out or maybe when they were making it. He seems like an interesting guy, regardless of where truth really lies.

Hu
 

arnaldo

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I recall recently watching a movie about Chuck...don't know whether he wrote it or not, but he was portrayed as a mentally troubled psychotic. I believe that he "outsmarted" his girlfriend, played by Julia Roberts, by switching the poison meant for him, killing her. I think that Drew Barrymore was also in it....Not too bad, worth two hours if there's not much more to do.
"Confessions of a Dangerous Mind"
This is it:
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0270288/

Arnaldo
 

xradarx

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Fumbling the handoff_not an accident!

But you gotta admit this thread got a lot better once it got to this page, no?
Sometimes the recipient just doesn't want the gift. Need to find a cooking forum that allows cussing like a sailor and have at it. Put this back into discussion of billiards or ST*U!
 
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