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Boar

Need help making sausage.

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i have no time at all, iff i ship u the meat and payfdor the mix, would.anyo e be interested in making me some sausage?  pm. me iff so thanks!!

 

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you got sundays!!!!!!!!!!! I can help being the broker.................i'll only charge half the final product!!!!!!!!! man some day I gotta get into this !!!!!!!!

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22 minutes ago, Boar said:

yeah like ffarmers take sunday offf

i'd like to say I feel sorry for ya, but..................:P:grin::whistle: all that screwing off you did prior to this!!!!!!!!!!;):grin:

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not asking ffor pity unlike some one i know, :lol: just wondering if anyone wants to help a brother out. id pay dfor everything, and they ccan keep some.

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2 minutes ago, Boar said:

not asking ffor pity unlike some one i know, :lol: just wondering if anyone wants to help a brother out. id pay dfor everything, and they ccan keep some.

yea REB is always a pity party!!!!!!!!!!!!!:P:grin::P man I wish I could help ya out!!!!!!!!!

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16 minutes ago, Boar said:

just work on the ffishing ffirst then move up to the adult hobbies.

:angry::angry::angry::cry: why you....................:D

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2 hours ago, smurfy said:

yea REB is always a pity party!!!!!!!!!!!!!:P:grin::P man I wish I could help ya out!!!!!!!!!

Why you sniveling little......$#@!  Only pity I have is that I can't reach in here and shake you like a yapping little puppy!!!    puppybark.gif

 

 

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6 minutes ago, RebelSS said:

Why you sniveling little......$#@!  Only pity I have is that I can't reach in here and shake you like a yapping little puppy!!!    puppybark.gif

 

 

:P:P naa naa boo boo!!!!!!!!! where you been...........modeling your t shirts and shorts over at the neighbors!!!!!!!:grin::grin::lol:

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I gave myself the day off, and am currently relaxing on the deck, sipping a tall, cool, iced tea. NYAA!   :P

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No takers Huh? ok, thanks anyway, I'll have to find the time in leue of the vikings opening day with GB at the New Dome. For a give away. 

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Boar I would give you my sausage anytime [Reb and Smurff]stay out of that comment].  I make sausage all year long and I give most of it away anyway to friends and family.  I concider you a friend and fellow outdoor's man.  The problem I have is now that we have warmer temps the shipping back and forth is the deal.  Maybe sometime we can meet somewhere and I can bring some up frozen and go from there.  I'll be going to Grindstone often and near Duluth this year along with a week at Ash River trail near Kabetogoma.   Just is not right for a guy to be out of sausage.  But the shipping back and forth wont work.  good luck.

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kind words R1 and thank you, the ffeeling is mutual. i ccould ship it in dry ice, iff thats a cconsideration. ccause i ccan ship speedee del. over night. wher abouts are ya loccated. i do get down time, its just wen the down time comes, it cchilllaxing time, or ccatch up. let know, thanks!!! ive shipped a bear hide ove night in the spring/summer before, no dry icce just paxked itr in alot off news paper whicch is a great insulator. iff ud rather not i understand

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I live in Andover near the cities.  How much are you thinking of shipping?  It will probably cost you a few bucks.   Plus the shipping back.  You should look into the cost and let me know.   good luck.

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howe about this reiny, make me a ten lb batcch of.sticcks and 10 lb of summer and ill rteturn the ffavor when i slow down, ill pay for shipping thru speedee and have it piccked up too.

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Boar I only feel good about shipping when it's cold outside.  I remember the stuff I sent during the football game winner games and even that was thawed but turned out ok.  Once folks get to know me they know I'm more of a giver than a taker.  So let's go with my original thing as far as meeting up somewhere at some point.  Or I could send you two or three packs frozen in a one day delivery.  Shipping these days is not cheap anymore.  Also I could meet you at Grindstone this June with a mix of stuff.  good luck.

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That fine, Im just throwing out ideas. we'll figure it out. If'n we can get a a gathering going centeraly located would work also. Im gonna work on that, it rained here, so ive a few minuets to spare between catch up. Thanks!!

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20 hours ago, reinhard1 said:

Boar I would give you my sausage anytime [Reb and Smurff]stay out of that comment].  I make sausage all year long and I give most of it away anyway to friends and family.  I concider you a friend and fellow outdoor's man.  The problem I have is now that we have warmer temps the shipping back and forth is the deal.  Maybe sometime we can meet somewhere and I can bring some up frozen and go from there.  I'll be going to Grindstone often and near Duluth this year along with a week at Ash River trail near Kabetogoma.   Just is not right for a guy to be out of sausage.  But the shipping back and forth wont work.  good luck.

WHAT???????????????????:D:D:P;)

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