Oh man, Cinci! A best friend of mine is also a life-long Sox fan - he used to have a
Pete Rose glove when he was a kid. He loved it because he loved spitting on his
name in the glove.... needless to say, neither of us are Reds fans.... Not a Pats fan,
been a life-long Bills fan, as they are fairly close (<2hrs) but I am a Bruins fan. Funny,
I never minded the Pats in the old days, but once they started winning (or should I
say dominating), I started really disliking them....I figure they will return to the normalcy
of NFL up & down years the day Brady retires.
I will be glad when this year is finished for my daughter....this has been such an
interminable stretch that I can't stand it. Biggest problem for kids now is being able to
find a job that 1) pays enough so they can pay their bills and 2) won't get outsourced
overseas. The govt needs to get their act together and let Americans fill jobs here
before issuing visas to outsiders for them. This whole country is being managed
into the ground by the uncaring that figure they already have theirs....what a mess...
the founding fathers are rolling in their graves at the complete lack of common sense
by career politicians.
You'll like the veggies in the water pan if you like them cooked on the grill. No fuss,
no cleanup! I always line the water pan with foil anyway, so that helps. You'll get all
those meat drippings in the pan also - you could almost make a soup in there! I used
salt potatoes, which are very common here this time of year. They are small so they
cook easily. If you use larger ones, just cut them up a bit (unless it is a long smoke).
Mine cooked fine in the 2 hrs it took to do the chicken. If you use a dry water pan/
brick setup, you could probably just bake the potatoes in there (but I haven't tried that
I know what you mean about paying the loans into SS.... I think I read somewhere that
there is a 20 yr repayment cap on them - you pay what you can but after 20 yrs, the
balance gets forgiven by law. Of course, I'm sure Congress will change that to hose
us over again...
I live in Waterloo, NY, which is smack between Syracuse & Rochester....I actually
work in Rochester. I'll adjust my profile asap. I'm in the Finger Lakes, right between
Seneca and Cayuga Lake. Beautiful area, taxes are obscene for what we get back
for them. Welcome to NYS! This area is basically farming and wineries....