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Old 07-14-2020, 10:08 AM
mlayton mlayton is offline
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Now that sounds like a plan Jeff!
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Old 07-14-2020, 02:43 PM
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Glad to hear you can keep your drums!
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Old 07-14-2020, 06:25 PM
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While the rest are being so nice Jeff, I'll be honest. I'm jealous.

I sold all but one set last year. I kept reading posts about guys on burnout trying to pack them to send them off. I thought, 67 years is late enough to get started. Unfortunately, I finished too.

All kidding aside, I am glad to hear you can keep your drums. As to the packing material, I get it. I used to stockpile it, but eventually got rid of it all then needed some more.
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Old 07-16-2020, 02:49 AM
DownTownFarmer DownTownFarmer is offline
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Jeff, maybe it's just the shelf that's made in China Strange world...


You're right about not freezing tenderloin or other cuts, plus if it's just you there's no need anyway. I guess I was pretty excited about filet mignon the other night lol, it's all good. Definitely worth a try though. I've had it where you don't even really need the knife!


High-fives again on you not having to sell your vintage drum kits!
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Old 07-16-2020, 07:23 AM
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While the rest are being so nice Jeff, I'll be honest. I'm jealous.

I sold all but one set last year. I kept reading posts about guys on burnout trying to pack them to send them off. I thought, 67 years is late enough to get started. Unfortunately, I finished too.

All kidding aside, I am glad to hear you can keep your drums. As to the packing material, I get it. I used to stockpile it, but eventually got rid of it all then needed some more.
Dan I know exactly what your feeling , but as you have , Iím sure , like me , you kept the best for last gary aka houndog
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