Wife's Bunko night

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8/4/2017 7:45 PM

And I am banned from the house

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Banished to the garage, not a bad place but can't decide what to do next. Did not forget to bring the margarita.

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Maico needs a top end, may as well make an effort


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How about you???

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8/4/2017 7:51 PM

Went to the doctors, got the message I will be on blood thinners for another 6 months (can't ride while on blood thinners) shot a 76 on a par 72 this afternoon......just chilling trying to decide how much I want for my 2014 kxf450 and then buy a new one when I can ride again!

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8/4/2017 7:53 PM
Edited Date/Time: 8/4/2017 7:57 PM

Relaxing in a Hurricane Mills TN hotel room after a long day. Sipping on a Sam Adams while I unwind....
Btw, that's the only way to eat a steak.... I think I'll treat myself to one of those tomorrow evening after the last moto ends. My grill needs one more workout before heading home Sunday.....

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8/4/2017 7:54 PM

Oh and that's a nice looking ribeye!

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8/4/2017 8:04 PM

Good for you and love bunko night. Prepping a brisket to smoke tomorrow. Also, love the kart!Photo

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8/4/2017 8:23 PM

if i had those toys to work on id plan more bunko nights for my wife!
nice steak cool

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8/4/2017 8:25 PM

dont forget the arrow on the piston points to the back w00t whistling

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8/4/2017 8:39 PM

Dont know what bunko is but i like the look of that steak! Just got to my cabin in WV, gonna be agood weekend for some climbing.

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8/4/2017 8:48 PM

Perhaps Bunko night is keeping Tomac from racing MXoN???

Nice looking steak.

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8/4/2017 8:50 PM

rongi#401 wrote:

dont forget the arrow on the piston points to the back w00t whistling

Everyone knows that. Sheesh!

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8/4/2017 8:51 PM
Edited Date/Time: 8/4/2017 8:52 PM

I'm spending the weekend with abou 25 young people (14-18)...repelling, and doing leadership/team building exercises all day today and tomorrow.

The food stinks...we are sleeping in an army barracks...but it's amazing to see young people over come their fears and do hard things.

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8/4/2017 8:54 PM

Im hanging at the beach south of Pattaya in Thailand, trying to decide where to go today to see what there is to see here and have a few beers later!

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8/4/2017 9:04 PM

rongi#401 wrote:

dont forget the arrow on the piston points to the back w00t whistling

loop out Larry wrote:

Everyone knows that. Sheesh!

Rebuilt a 1986 Rm 125 this year. Tore the head off and standard piston was brand new on standard bore. Only problem was they put the piston in backwards and it seized right off the bat. LOL

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8/4/2017 9:08 PM

Got a good BMX sesh in at the local park tonight after work, then it's on to Diablo (sand hill) MX on Sunday.cool Currently BBQing and getting some makeshift ramp jumps in.
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8/4/2017 9:12 PM

Hanging with these two, new riders. I know, boots and pants coming shortly. Photo

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8/4/2017 11:16 PM

Not trying to tell a man from Texas how to treat a cow but just curious, if you aim to eat it raw, what do you need a grill for??!!!

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8/4/2017 11:32 PM

You gunna cook that thing..lol

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8/5/2017 2:15 AM
Edited Date/Time: 8/5/2017 2:15 AM

rongi#401 wrote:

dont forget the arrow on the piston points to the back w00t whistling

loop out Larry wrote:

Everyone knows that. Sheesh!

mb60 wrote:

Rebuilt a 1986 Rm 125 this year. Tore the head off and standard piston was brand new on standard bore. Only problem was they put the piston in backwards and it seized right off the bat. LOL

when i was 13 my dad bought an rm85 from cole seelys dad and about 6 months later it siezed. tore it apart. piston in backwards... dohsilly

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8/5/2017 2:16 AM
Edited Date/Time: 8/5/2017 2:18 AM

rongi#401 wrote:

dont forget the arrow on the piston points to the back w00t whistling

loop out Larry wrote:

Everyone knows that. Sheesh!

mb60 wrote:

Rebuilt a 1986 Rm 125 this year. Tore the head off and standard piston was brand new on standard bore. Only problem was they put the piston in backwards and it seized right off the bat. LOL

double post. p.s. check Newman for worms if hes been eating his steaks raw

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8/5/2017 5:53 AM

JRT812 wrote:

Good for you and love bunko night. Prepping a brisket to smoke tomorrow. Also, love the kart!Photo

JRTBro...that brisket is gonna be killer. I can't get them that thick here unless I special order. That looks like a 12-14 hour smoke on that one. I bet it is under the smoke right now - better be or you're gonna be eating late!

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8/5/2017 5:57 AM

Mr. Newmann...

Bunko? Whatever works, man!

Hey, this is nothing new or groundbreaking, but it was for me. I finally tried cooking a steak in cast iron. I'm just going to copy and paste the post I made about it on faceplant. Here it is...

Last evening I decided to do something different and cook some steaks in our cast iron skillet. Man, you talk about a good steak! I read up on several different recipes and went with brushing the steaks with oil, then salting them with kosher salt and some other favorite seasonings. I heated the skillet to 500 degrees on my grill, pulled it off and put it on the side burner on medium heat then dropped the steaks in. 2 minutes on each side, then turned them for 4 minutes on each side. Perfect medium rare - though I prefer a rare steak - this was a learning process. These were inch thick steaks. Take steaks then and tent them in foil with a chunk of butter on each one. While they are tented, turn off burner, pour a cup of red wine in still hot skillet, clove of garlic, fresh parsley and basil, chives and 2 tablespoons of Dijon mustard, half a cup of shallots and serve over the steaks. You can thank me later.

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8/5/2017 6:42 AM

Wtf is BUNKO

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8/5/2017 6:51 AM

kaptkaos wrote:

Wtf is BUNKO

^^^^ yes, would also like to know what the hell BUNKO is. Much ty to the people that can explain this

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8/5/2017 7:03 AM

Well, for a "much ty" I'll do just about anything. Here ya go! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bunco

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8/5/2017 7:06 AM

I always thought it was interesting to see all the ladies on their bunco night at our local watering hole. We saw someone we know and she couldn't hide the "busted" look on her face when we said hi. Bible study groups too that would end up on the karaoke stage.

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8/5/2017 7:09 AM

Harry Backmon wrote:

Mr. Newmann...

Bunko? Whatever works, man!

Hey, this is nothing new or groundbreaking, but it was for me. I finally tried cooking a steak in cast iron. I'm just going to copy and paste the post I made about it on faceplant. Here it is...

Last evening I decided to do something different and cook some steaks in our cast iron skillet. Man, you talk about a good steak! I read up on several different recipes and went with brushing the steaks with oil, then salting them with kosher salt and some other favorite seasonings. I heated the skillet to 500 degrees on my grill, pulled it off and put it on the side burner on medium heat then dropped the steaks in. 2 minutes on each side, then turned them for 4 minutes on each side. Perfect medium rare - though I prefer a rare steak - this was a learning process. These were inch thick steaks. Take steaks then and tent them in foil with a chunk of butter on each one. While they are tented, turn off burner, pour a cup of red wine in still hot skillet, clove of garlic, fresh parsley and basil, chives and 2 tablespoons of Dijon mustard, half a cup of shallots and serve over the steaks. You can thank me later.

I'm going to try this. That sauce over the steaks sound delish!!

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8/5/2017 7:10 AM

Bunko = Male Freedom w00t !!!

More Bunko !!!grin

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8/5/2017 7:16 AM
Edited Date/Time: 8/5/2017 7:16 AM

Ahhh I see. I'll be getting married in a couple months, so it looks like I'll be looking forward to these nights. Thanks for sharing this bro's.

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8/5/2017 7:25 AM

ZM956 wrote:

Ahhh I see. I'll be getting married in a couple months, so it looks like I'll be looking forward to these nights. Thanks for sharing this bro's.

Bro, encourage the monthly bunko night.

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8/5/2017 7:29 AM

JRT812 wrote:

Good for you and love bunko night. Prepping a brisket to smoke tomorrow. Also, love the kart!Photo

Harry Backmon wrote:

JRTBro...that brisket is gonna be killer. I can't get them that thick here unless I special order. That looks like a 12-14 hour smoke on that one. I bet it is under the smoke right now - better be or you're gonna be eating late!

Harrybro, not going to lie... blew through the alarm and failed as a pit master. Got up around 7am and had to get the smoker fired up. First date night since the baby was born and we let our hair down a little.

I will try your steak recipe tomorrow. Sounds different and great!

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