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  1. dzw3030 commented on Overboard 3 months ago

    You can make a good DIY charcoal chimney from a large metal food can (large coffee or). I use an old fashioned beer can opener to punch holes spaced evenly around the bottom before cutting out the bottom. This leave you with a metal chimney with air holes at the bottom. After it is lit, use a pair of angle head pliers to lift the chimney from the hot charcoal.

  2. dzw3030 commented on Frazz 4 months ago

    Eat, drink and be merry ’cause tomorrow we die.

  3. dzw3030 commented on The Buckets 4 months ago

    Los Alamos county, New Mexico is a hot spot for self entitled bicyclists. It is has a small population overcrowded with PHDs working at the national lab. I spent 25 years working there and the cyclist’s average IQ drops 100 points when there are more than two riding together on highway 4.

  4. dzw3030 commented on Ziggy 5 months ago

    Close, Noreen, but no cigar. The correct quote is “There ain’t no such thing as a free lunch.” TANSTAAFL!

  5. dzw3030 commented on Rubes 6 months ago

    James Whitmore was the hero who died saving the two boys from Them.

  6. dzw3030 commented on Rose is Rose 6 months ago

    “There are only five things worth drawing. Four of them are pretty girls and the last, cats.” Lazarus Long", I believe.

  7. dzw3030 commented on Strange Brew 6 months ago

    Sigh, not one mention of the Disc World series.

  8. dzw3030 commented on Prickly City 6 months ago

    What part of millions more vehicles, ships and aircraft burning fuel, factories spewing smoke while building all these, all the emissions from exploding munitions caused this “brief cooling”?

  9. dzw3030 commented on Dogs of C-Kennel 6 months ago

    The Pits I’ve known were all lovable, great with kids but then, their owners loved the Pits & it showed.

  10. dzw3030 commented on Arlo and Janis 6 months ago

    About 20 years ago, I spotted a single green stalk, dead center, in my dirt driveway. It looked like a thorny rose to me but I called on Kid Sister to take a look. She patted me on the shoulder for having good eyesight. She moved this volunteer to the south side of my garage. The singleton has grown into a thorny mass wrapped around the corner of the garage. This is a tough critter, surviving drought and my neglect, even the gophers leave it alone. It bloomed nicely this year; we’re in only moderate drought this season.