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Thread: CT number: onward to KORY BOWL

  1. #621
    Quote Originally Posted by DeacDiggler View Post
    Bring up sports he admits cheerfully that he knows nothing about it and pivots to a tangentially related topic like concussions or the psychology of gambling
    Keep bringing it back to the joy of sports (camaraderie, impact on school fundraising, positive of physical activity)

  2. #622
    I am too officially too old to start drinking at 11 am. We are building a remarkably shitty build a fort right now and the 6yo is a terrible architect.

  3. #623
    Quote Originally Posted by DeaconCav06 View Post
    Iím doing cinnamon rolls, pecan pie, and pumpkin pie on Wednesday.

    On Thursday I have the Turkey, mashed potatoes, green beans, and rolls.

    We outsourced ham, gravy, and cranberry sauce.

    Mom is making dressing, sweet potato casserole, and apple pie.
    Whatís your cinnamon recipe? Thinking of giving King Arthurís a shot. Their photos look amaaaaazing.

  4. #624
    Quote Originally Posted by BeachBumDeac View Post
    Iím in charge of dessert and baking because my nieces have insisted they are doing the side dishes.

    Making sweet potato pie, coconut brown butter cookies, and brownies for dessert and some Japanese milk bread rolls for dinner

    Gonna do the cookies and brownies this weekend in advance and then the pie and rolls on Wednesday
    Gonna do the brown butter shortbread cookies & milk bread rolls too.

  5. #625
    Quote Originally Posted by YoungBuck95 View Post
    Whatís your cinnamon recipe? Thinking of giving King Arthurís a shot. Their photos look amaaaaazing.
    Iíve used Stella parksí cinnamon roll recipe for Christmas morning a few times and itís great.

    https://www.seriouseats.com/bravetar...n-rolls-recipe

  6. #626
    Quote Originally Posted by BeachBumDeac View Post
    Iíve used Stella parksí cinnamon roll recipe for Christmas morning a few times and itís great.

    https://www.seriouseats.com/bravetar...n-rolls-recipe
    Nice. Will check it out. King Arthurís is basically Japanese milk bread cinnamon rolls, using a tangzhong.

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  8. #628
    Iím using a Paula Deen recipe. Is that still allowed?
    Hungry

  9. #629
    Quote Originally Posted by TenaciousKory View Post
    defs a dude who I'd ask what he thinks THE great American novel is
    Invisible Man or Drop City, as it turns out. Hemingway and Fitzgerald not that great, just great for Americans. The Cincinnati Bearcats of literature is what Iím hearing although he wouldnít understand it if I said that

  10. #630
    Quote Originally Posted by DeacDiggler View Post
    Hemingway and Fitzgerald not that great, just great for Americans.
    Thatís such a funny ridiculous argument for an American novel.

  11. #631
    Iím just saying. We were 9-1 under palmas oppressive chat regime and 0-1 under Kory. The ct is obviously better, but at what cost?

  12. #632
    Jealous I missed the otranto and epistolary novel talk. But really the better evidence for his argument about bad readers is nineteenth century serialized novels

  13. #633
    Havenít realized before that Packer & Durham is the ACC large failson hour.

  14. #634
    Quote Originally Posted by DeacDiggler View Post
    Invisible Man or Drop City, as it turns out. Hemingway and Fitzgerald not that great, just great for Americans. The Cincinnati Bearcats of literature is what Iím hearing although he wouldnít understand it if I said that
    You should probably just throw him into the fire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeacDiggler View Post
    Invisible Man or Drop City, as it turns out. Hemingway and Fitzgerald not that great, just great for Americans. The Cincinnati Bearcats of literature is what Iím hearing although he wouldnít understand it if I said that
    The US is the AAC of literature?

  16. #636
    What did he think about camelbacks?

  17. #637
    I did scouts growing up, not sure I'm gonna let my kid do scouts if you have to endure these kinds of people.

  18. #638
    We DID discuss being burned at the stake earlier, do I get points for that

  19. #639
    I'm just gonna send him to Mako's for a week or two every summer to learn things.

  20. #640
    Quote Originally Posted by cookoutdeac View Post
    I did scouts growing up, not sure I'm gonna let my kid do scouts if you have to endure these kinds of people.
    People who hate Hemingway? I KNOW RIGHT

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