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    Very well, ye of little faith
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    Ok, now i'm gaining an understanding. You think squirrels are turkeys, right? Just FYI, that one was VERY ill before it died. Best don't freeze it for Thanksgiving. Maybe leave it out for the neighborhood stray cats.

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    No it wasn't, it died from heat exhaustion inside the car. It did try to chewed it way out.

    The key is the overnight brine. Makes the toughest old meat, tender and juicy. Ummm, that's some good eating. But I think one won't be enough, you might have to stock the freezer for that special occasion. Oh, I just remember add some low grade beer in the marinade as well. The BBQ sauce was a Jack Daniel special.
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    ...this forum is really fuc*ed up! I newer seen so much crap in one topic..

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    Don't worry about it, it will be cleaned up later.
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    In fact it'll probably get trashed entirely I'm hoping. The original topic is something best not even talked about openly or we'll have dozens of ppl trying to get help unlocking stolen PIN locked garmins. The OP got lucky, if he started backwards he got the PIN first try (9999) and there are 10,000 possible PINs. There is a [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] for genuine ppl to get help, but it will only be done privately after the claimant PROVES they are the legitimate owner by PM. I certainly won't help someone I don't know unless they can prove that by showing original packaging or a purchase receipt with a serial number matching the device. We may be a bunch of hackers but we do have some standards. This particular thread is being treated with the total disdain it deserves in fact. May as well have a bit of fun before it hits the trash can .....

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    The key is the overnight brine. Makes the toughest old meat, tender and juicy. Ummm, that's some good eating. But I think one won't be enough, you might have to stock the freezer for that special occasion. Oh, I just remember add some low grade beer in the marinade as well. The BBQ sauce was a Jack Daniel special.
    Oh boy! I just can't wait to NOT try that recipe! At the risk of repeating myself:
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    "Ask and ya shall receive". [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] Had your fun fellas so it's off to trash now, say bye-bye .......

 

 
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