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jgrimmz last won the day on November 12 2018

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  1. Gorgui's contract is off the books in 2021, not this season. It's been a rough season thus far. I bet there is one move made this week for the wolves and hopefully we stay subpar the remainder of the season. Hoping for a strong draft pick!
  2. When Kawhi inevitably leaves Toronto, they would be able to take on Wiggins contract and the trade does make sense in that scenario. Rumor has it, the three players we just signed may be used in a salary dump trade. I'd like to keep Bell, but would be happy to trade any (or all) of them to get rid of Wiggins' contract. 3-4 year focus is a must for the Wolves. No sense in taking large contracts to screw us over for years to come. We now have a young core and if we focus on the 2020 PG saturated draft, we can be a strong playoff team in 3-4 years. That still allows 1-2 years on KAT's contract to get a ring.
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    2019 Gardens

    I started my seeds about a month ago. 1-3" sprouts of cilantro, roma tomatoes, bell peppers, and hot peppers
  4. What year is your GMC? You can turn off all headlights and daytime running lights on almost all models of Sierra. Also, very easy and reasonably priced options to add nearly everything you want to a truck. Very easy to install a light bar or spot light, very easy to add bullet holders, jack, extra spare tire,remote start, camo vinyl wrap, etc.
  5. 6-7 years old and 70,000 miles has a lot of factors to consider other than the motor itself; spark plugs, wires, fuel filter (if applicable), fuel pressure, air filter, carbon build up, etc. It's a long list, 70,000 miles is a good time for a general full tune up and then reassess the situation
  6. Sounds like Hoiberg as GM and Billups as coach is being thrown around. I'd be ok with Hoiberg as GM, not sure how I feel about Billups as a coach now that he's been an analyst for so long. I'm cautiously optomistic about the change. Saunders is close in age to our starts and he's well respected in the locker room. If I remember right, a bunch of our players attended his wedding and he's close with Wiggins, Towns, and Tyus. I think his newer age style of ball will translate well to our younger players and maybe inspire them to play harder. First test later tonight!
  7. Haha amen to that! I hope Ryan gets to coach out the season and the organization makes a decision in the off season. Doubt it works out that way, but I can dream
  8. I doubt he makes it to the all star break. That was a nice win last night, but inexcusable loss to Atlanta. Thibs made a lot of questionable calls in the Atlanta game. I think his coaching style is dated and too easily defeated by all the "shoot every shot as a three" teams of the modern NBA. Prior to the Butler trade, I don't think he's even improved our defense. Wiggins and Rose still struggle on defense and Towns is frequently out of position. Not a lot of arguments for Thibs right now, except his draft/scouting abilities.
  9. Yes, definitely precook the wild rice. For 25lbs, I would probly use 3 cups or more of blueberries. The ones I have show a blueberry at least every 3/4" on the sausage and still have just a hint of blueberry flavor. Huge fan of the flavor though, can't wait to work my own recipe!
  10. I had Center Cut Meats make some of these up with my deer this year. I just got the meat back and will be trying these out this weekend! Super excited, I think it'll be a new favorite
  11. I've made pork jerky once and it was excellent, thanks for the reminder! That was several years ago and I completely forgot how inexpensive and delicious it is. I used my homemade generic Asian marinade. I've also made jerky out of a ham steak. Also delicious, but very labor intensive to ensure it doesn't dry out
  12. Nice build! Are you using a simple caster as the turning assembly? How do you mount the skiis? I've drilled up from the bottom but have always wondered if there is a mounting style with less drag
  13. Grainbelt, I like the ginger in soy in that recipe. Great addition to venison in my opinion. Just curious, why do you add liquid smoke if you're dehydrating in the smoker?
  14. Great showing by the team last night! It was exciting to see the effort level way up and the new guys seem to plug into their roles well. Much more excited for the rest of the season!
  15. I run 6lb on two rods and 4lb on two. I like the (possibly imagined) extra feel on the 4lb for light bites. I run swivels on my rods too, unless there's a very finicky bite
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