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Discussion in 'Pacific Northwet - Where it's green. And wet.' started by linkweewee, Aug 16, 2009.

  1. Easy-Z

    Easy-Z Me wanna be

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  2. Motomuffin

    Motomuffin CSMC

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    oh Junior Brown... :raabia
    Been lucky enough to see him live multiple times!
  3. peterman

    peterman cop magnet

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    You oughta gave him a bottle of "Killer Joe".
    He would remember you for ever after!:deal :lol3

    gleaned from the international reviews,,

    Giacome testifies,,"It really WILL take the paint off your car!"

    Ursula from Spaditch says,,"The amazing thing is that there are no actual flames when I poop, cuz it sure seems like fire!"

    birds are not subject to the blistering hottness we assperience,
    hence the term, 'bird peppers',,too hot for humans,,
    like killer joe,,tests are underway to determine if an actual campfire can be started using only tinder, and Killer Joe sauce.

    I'll be standing far back when the tests commence!
    right now tho,, i hafta ride my buy-sickle to the dari-mart for more beer, in the rain, and it's dark out there, and i don't have a guide dog/protector to see me safely there and back!
    I will take my little bottle of 'Killer Joe' as a general personal protecktunt,(rhymes with,,) and repellant chemical defense liquid in times of imminent possible danger to my person and/ or well being.


    If this shit gits on you,,you WILL die! (bleev me,,the few times I've eaten it, I thought I was dieing!)
  4. Easy-Z

    Easy-Z Me wanna be

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    :lol3

    I really gotta try this sauce. Habanero?
  5. Motomuffin

    Motomuffin CSMC

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    perilla peppers... and next meet-up I can attend, i will bring you a bottle
  6. Easy-Z

    Easy-Z Me wanna be

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    Or the the Counselor come down to visit you at work in a suit and impress your students. :lol3
  7. DireWolf

    DireWolf Knees in the Breeze

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    I get the feeling this is in some kinda code.

    :patch
  8. peterman

    peterman cop magnet

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    you'll be soooorry!

    http://www.seedsofchange.com/garden_center/product_details.aspx?item_no=PS15426

    "so hot that they are off the Scoville scale",
    also look up 'bird peppers', grown as ornamentals, fruit and seeds are too hot except for birds, as birds have no taste buds.

    And you don't 'try' this sauce,,you experience it!:huh :lol3
    if you taste it straight out of the bottle, have a glass of vodka nearby to cut the burn,, water won't help you!
  9. Aces & Eights

    Aces & Eights GearHead

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    The reason to eat super HOT chillis is the resulting adrenalin/endorphin rush.

    It's the only legal drug you can do on your lunch break and still operate a Milling machine after with improved production rates.

    Literally Flyin HIGH.
  10. Easy-Z

    Easy-Z Me wanna be

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    :nod Yup!

    And you'll also notice that the cultures who are known for hot food are typically nearer the equator. One, because that's where the peppers grow, but two, eating them makes you sweat without raising your body temperature. Sweating makes the body cool down. See?
  11. MortimerSickle

    MortimerSickle Semi-Adventurer

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    I think the probable original reason was to Bump the taste of food that was more quickly spoiled by the hot climate.
  12. tod701

    tod701 Long timer

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    Great voice and when teamed up with Mojo Nixon it got silly fast. :clap
  13. MikeinEugene

    MikeinEugene Long timer

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    Speaking of habañeros...had to kill 20 some minutes waiting on a bus yesterday afternoon so I bumped into the Black Forest Tavern for a pint. They've got breaded, deep fried, whole habañeros on the menu :knary :eek1
  14. YamaGeek

    YamaGeek Ancient trailbike padwan

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    It's too bad it's too cool here to grow decent hot peppers, got a decent crop of Serranos from our friend's greenhouse when it was still standing, I miss growing hot peppers.
  15. MikeinEugene

    MikeinEugene Long timer

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    I got a couple of jalapeños out of the garden but no real production out of them. Wife picked up & split with a friend a 20# box of serranos from Wilco. I smoked them all & ground them up in a coffee grinder Very tasty :clap I use that as regular pepper on everything.
  16. linkweewee

    linkweewee tantum quantum

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    It's really too bad that so much crumby stuff is a lot of fun sometimes.
    ~Holden Caulfield

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  17. peterman

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    BIG lights,,small city!
    Got one in the interest of conspicuity,,conspuciuty,,letting the cage driving fuckers see me!
    Our man here ( E30Newbie) has a great offering of LED extreme lighting units for pretty affordable pricing.
    We at the Eugene/Spfld meetups have had a fair demonstration of the lighting available so far,,Some bright,,some VERY bright,, and some PAINFULLY bright!,,and ,, with more interest and maybe some advanced orders, he can get us all outfitted with anything from a noticeable aux. light, to "brighter than daylight, and ban the darkness", blasters!
    You will be seeing different mount and use applications as we progress with our local installations.
    MonkeyButt is mounting a pair on his XR, and I am mounting a single on the KLR, and the airhead. CzechPlease, has a set of the loud ones to mount on his newer KLR, so we'll have a bit of diversified stuff to compare.
    You folks to the North and South keep an eye on this, Ryan is working up a reduced cost proposal (group buy) scenario for selected models of LED lighting.
    There is simply too much available to post here, but rest assured, if you want lighting for a bike or a service vehicle, or your 4X4, or yer boat, or, or ,or,,,

    WATCH THIS SPACE!

    THANKS to TBlume and his buddies Matt and Ryan for this effort! I hope it works out for the purveyors.
  18. Miguel Sanchez

    Miguel Sanchez VD #95

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    and to the East..? WTF?

    West side snobs, anyway... Too good for us East side folks?




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  19. linkweewee

    linkweewee tantum quantum

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  20. MortimerSickle

    MortimerSickle Semi-Adventurer

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    Sooner or later, you have to Take more than Five.


    RIP, Mr. B.