17 thoughts on “Yay. So much fun (video)

  1. Deathray

    It’s a nationwide chain of restaurants here.
    Used to take my ex-wife to one a few times a year.
    Left her unappreciative kids with their dad because as you can see in your video they don’t appreciate good food.

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    1. Unfuck U

      Uh well…
      I only know one BBQ-restaurant chain from my own experience: Claimjumper‘s.
      Dunno if it still exists.
      I‘ve been invited once to have their biggest meal on my platter: The Ore Chart!
      ‘twas like a little mountain of turkey, pork and beef filets all drenched in the sane sweetish BBQ sauce which went well with the beef but tasted pretty off combined with pork meat. Since I was already very filled up by eating the beef I couldn’t go on with the pork anyway.

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      1. Deathray

        In my few years of service to Uncle Sugar, I was mostly in the southern part of the country.
        Two things about that I really miss, roadside BBQ and fresh oyster shacks. We’d go out and drive back roads in the middle of nowhere just to find them.
        $10.00 would fill ya up and good.

        Damn that was like 35 years ago
        Guess I’m getting old.

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    2. Cederq

      That is what I miss the most from being stationed in Alabama and then returning to live there was the out of the way BBQ shacks out in the middle of no where and having the best damn pulled pork and brisket and Boston Butt… makes my mouth water now. I am seriously thinking about moving back to Alabama, warmer in the winter and BBQ… also all you can eat catfish places, catfish, hush puppies, coleslaw and sweet tea… food for a man and no vegemite to be found.

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  2. Aussie John

    Deathray, what time is best to harvest bear meat? I’d be thinking near the end of berry feeding, or not? Do you render bear fat for a food additive, what about rancid bear grease to combat mossies, or is that just when you’re cosplaying Liver Eatin’ Johnson? Asking for Unfuck, as he’d have to go to a Bavarian swamp to find a mosquito, no cranky bears but.

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    1. Deathray

      Haven’t hunted them yet.
      But, to me your idea makes the most sense.
      For some reason they seem to be hunted more in the spring though.
      Was given a smoked front quarter and have enjoyed it so far.
      One old guy that’s been around here for about 40 years has mentioned multiple purposes for the fat use.

      Still learning so much about living here.
      I’ll say this, it is nothing like you think.

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    2. Cederq

      Bear meat is good, but ya got to cook it more thoroughly then pork with all the parasites and bacteria in bear meat. I l know it will spoil fairly fast if you do not keep it frozen.

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  3. Aussie John

    Read a book decades ago, Tales of Alaska’s Great Bears (I think). Two things stood out: that people were stupid enough to try pig farming on Kodiak Island, think of those hungry bears taking no notice of barbed-wire strands. And that the farmers hired a pilot to fly his war surplus J-3, with a port cut in the cabin roof to operate a Garand in a rigid mount, forward firing angled to clear the prop. The pilot/pest eradicater fed enbloc clips of tracer ammo into the M-1, ‘aiming’ the little aeroplane and firing tracer rounds at bears near the farms until he got a few hits on! Hunters, wildlife lover tourists and other residents rued encountering the wounded grizzlies, the complaints from sportsmen eventually got it stopped, this in the ’50s. It is strange the different reaction to human interaction by the north European brown bear, and the American grizzly, supposedly the same species. I hope you get the opportunity to introduce Herr Doktor Unfuck von U to a grizzly bear one day, he can psychoanalyze it to find out why it is so cranky (probably piles caused by all those little bells on the tourists’ jeans!)

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    1. Cederq

      Aussie, aren’t salt water crocs just as cranky with having to digest cargo shorts, flip flops and the funny hats ya’ll wear down there?

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  4. Aussie John

    Cederq, our crocs hang out around the northern-most top third of the continent, hundreds of kilometres inland in creeks, swamps and waterholes, and throughout a deal of the Pacific island countries. Generally they feed on big fish like barramundi (me too), but they really thrive on foreigner tourists, especially the dumb fucks that ignore the multi-language warning signs at all coastal and inland waterway access points. Flip-flops are called thongs here (not your sort), and jandles in Kiwiland. If you ever holiday in uN Zid, fill your suitcase full of them before departure, they have beautiful women there that are happy to see such high class footwear. You sound pretty chirpy after going up that You Got a Purty Mouth Son track that Notwende sent you on at Eatgrueldog.

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  5. Aussie John

    If people wonder why crocs are always in a bad mood, have a look inside the mouth of a flat dog sometime (from a safe distance). They retain each one of those 3 poisonous serrated barbs from each catfish meal embedded in their jaw for the rest of their life, unless they are knocked out somehow. Considering that they live longer than humans, learning nasty predatory ambush tricks all the time, their mean attitude about territory alone is worth remembering. I wonder if those ‘lizards’ that I slipped into Unfuck’s trout lake got through winter, with their wooly jumpers to stay warm?

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  6. Aussie John

    That bear meat will be okay, compared to the meat of feral pigs. I don’t imagine that your wild pigs bear any less dangerous zoomosis diseases and parasites than ours. Many tonnes of wild pork exported from Australia to Europe annually, are carefully inspected at the mobile chill trucks during arrival after shooting (clean head shots only, taken without using dogs), during cleaning and before shipment. Well, Unfuck is still alive, though he does scratch a bit!

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  7. Unfuck U

    Excuse my silence lately but over here it seems shit is coming to shove.
    Democracy is gone here. It’s really become terrible and I am doing all I can to make my network ties stronger than ever.
    Winter is coming, my friends.

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    1. Cederq

      Winter is coming here too Not… a Winter of our Discontent. We as the Deplorables, Undesirables, HillBillies, are due for a world wide resetting, our elites are out of control and thinking they know better how we are to live, think, do and are going to be mildly surprised as a shiv is inserted between the 4th and 5th rib right into the heart and we watch as life is slowly drained and with a smile…

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  8. Aussie John

    Strewth Cederq, I hope you’re not going to claim that is on impulse? You’d better start carrying Kotex around, besides Depends, to soak up the spilt blood. Give the body to Deathray to feed to the bears.

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  9. Aussie John

    Herr Unfuck, I tried to reply to your post on Phil’s blog, but no luck with my hardware. Please try to stay out of the Nazi 2.0 gaols. You won’t do us or your family any good there! However, if you do end up in the clink, I volunteer to keep your missus from being lonely and pining for you, I’ll mind her for you, no worries.

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