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  1. Thread: Pickling

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    Yep...I've done jalapeņos, banana peppers, etc. ...

    Yep...I've done jalapeņos, banana peppers, etc. I personally don't like banana peppers but the wife loves 'em. Been doing it for years. Basically, just some vinegar and a little sugar if you like...
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    I've seen both instances (both Candace Owens and...

    I've seen both instances (both Candace Owens and Maxine Waters) on cable news so I don't believe they're fake. Maxine Waters was a few weeks ago and Candace Owens was with the last week or so.
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    I use PRI-G in ALL my 'units' that may sit for...

    I use PRI-G in ALL my 'units' that may sit for awhile...motorcycles, lawn mower, pressure washer, generator...and the list goes on. Unless they sit for years instead of months, I don't drain the...
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    Say what you want about Trump...I'll give him...

    Say what you want about Trump...I'll give him this, he at least kept this promise that 3 previous presidents didn't...even though it is the law. I have other issues with him but you have to give...
  5. We keep 6-9 months of bills ahead in two checking...

    We keep 6-9 months of bills ahead in two checking accounts in a credit union (built up over the years). One for the house and one for periodic payments (utilities, car insurance, etc.) A third...
  6. We've done the best we're financially able. We...

    We've done the best we're financially able. We have long term care insurance, which includes hospice/in home care if needed. Have a semi decent amount set aside for retirement (not rich but should...
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    OK...here are my thoughts.... I already stock...

    OK...here are my thoughts....

    I already stock several calibers of pistol and a few of rifle. For the shotgun, I have slugs and 00 buckshot.

    For home defense, anything that's lethal WILL go...
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    Good website. After reading these articles, I...

    Good website. After reading these articles, I think I'll stick with 00 buck for now (at least until I can see proof that another round is better since I already have a decent quantity of it).
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    Good advice but I don't reload shotgun shells. I...

    Good advice but I don't reload shotgun shells. I do, however, reload my own rifle/pistol rounds. I'll take a look at #4 buck and see how it does.
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    Shotgun Home defense rounds

    I'm resurrecting an old friend...a Mossberg 500 that's pushing 30 years old. I'm real familiar with 00 buck and slugs, but was wondering what most folks would use for home defense (inside the...
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    "so. something else to add to my ever growing...

    "so. something else to add to my ever growing shopping list!"

    Always glad to help wherever I can LOL. Mine is multiple use...wife grew up RV camping so, it keeps her happy. Gets me outta the...
  12. Thread: Canning

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    Presto's the brand I've been using for...

    Presto's the brand I've been using for years...what my mom used. For the price and spare parts availability, can't be beat. Can get spare parts at my local Ace Hardware.
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    Through the years, I've lived in 8 states, some...

    Through the years, I've lived in 8 states, some of them twice. Between the military and a high-tech company I moved around a lot. What I've found is that everywhere has it's pluses and minuses. It...
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    I just installed a transfer switch for my new...

    I just installed a transfer switch for my new generator. Ran it for a couple of hours yesterday to run it out of gas. I thought it'd be a good test today to put a gallon of gas in it and see how...
  15. I drive my 24yo son nuts playing "Okie from...

    I drive my 24yo son nuts playing "Okie from Maskogee' by Merle Haggart
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    Fall/winter preparations. Empty fuel tanks in...

    Fall/winter preparations. Empty fuel tanks in yard equipment and chainsaw, run out remaining gas. Changeover of vehicle bags (winter clothing, etc.). Check fuel stores for 'freshness/self-imposed...
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    Welcome. Always good to have another voice in...

    Welcome. Always good to have another voice in the room.
  18. I can understand PEACEFUL protests, but not...

    I can understand PEACEFUL protests, but not against the flag/national anthem. I think the way the Cowboys did it was better, if not ideal. They knelt BEFORE the flag was brought out and the anthem...
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    Sticky: I've got a Sea Ray (17.5 ft) (1996). Hasn't been...

    I've got a Sea Ray (17.5 ft) (1996). Hasn't been in the water for a while and needs some work (out drive seals, etc.). But a river trip sounds like fun. Maybe some incentive to get back to work on...
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    Sticky: rr, To keep from letting the boat motor sit...

    rr,

    To keep from letting the boat motor sit and decay, wallyworld sells an Attwood Universal Dual Motor Flusher, about $13. The suction cup things slide over the water intake and you hook it up...
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    Sticky: Bill, Learned from the school of hard...

    Bill,

    Learned from the school of hard knocks. Too many carb rebuilds and fuel system clean-outs to list here. The old ounce of prevention thing. The older I get, the more I try to avoid...
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    rr, Onan is what I have in my rv. Great...

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    Onan is what I have in my rv. Great generators but (isn't there always a but?) they're VERY proud of their parts. An associate had to replace the carburetor in his...almost $300 and that's...
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    Sticky: Just to add to the challenge, how often are they...

    Just to add to the challenge, how often are they used and, if infrequently, how do you keep them from rusting out/gunking up? (Products/procedures if you please :-)

    And, rr, this is fun...
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    Sticky: Ok, time to chime it. The best way to store a...

    Ok, time to chime it. The best way to store a generator (or anything with an internal combustion engine) is to use it, not hide it away. The worst thing for an engine (tractor/car, you name it) is...
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    rr, The issue with most of the cheap Chinese...

    rr,

    The issue with most of the cheap Chinese brands is parts availability. I've checked most brands and getting them repaired or replacement parts can be dicey. I ended going with a Briggs and...
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