Discussion in 'Other Investments' started by spannermonkey, Jan 27, 2013.
Yeah Fk that. Waaaaayyyyyy toooo cold.
Aint even Australian animals, let alone an Australian premier.
Thankfully far enough out of Melbourne that I don't have to worry about bipedal animals!
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An investment in my sanity. Hang on its fishing.
Used once in Sth Africa apparently to chase trout. $200, bargain. Nice bloke too the guy I bought it off.
Xplorer Guide2, 5wt.
Lunch at a canteen today, $1.40 ice coffee and $4 for curry rice
SGD5.40 lunch...nice. Shame about the total misuse of the Tiger beer mug.
I hung out at the car with the dogs while my wife went into the store today.
She came out and said ground beef went up almost 4 bucks.
Yep I spent $14 on a tube of hamburger today.
It's about time to shoot an elk.
I'm drinking it & not sharing
I have fond memories of moose burgers in Canada.
We had elk tacos the other day....delicious!
It's nice having south african neighbors that like to big game hunt haha. They feed us well.
Are they making their own biltong out of game meat?
I was the stellar cartographer (mapmaker) back in 1947, am not the moron controller (pilot) who managed to get sucked into a well-characterized planetary gravity well in a craft not designed for atmospheric entry.
The quality control at the cloning vats must have been malfunctioning with that controller, that one should have been decommissioned and recycled.
As for Canadian mooseburger, that was post-2000.
Yep good stuff. They cook up tails and tongues and the parts I've never eaten before but they make it taste good.
Wanna share their biltong recipe?
I can sure ask.
A 1986 mint coin set for $20 ... because I couldn't stand the fact there were no 1986 1c or 2c coins in my 1&2s jar
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