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Just take your L like man.

Until you have an answer for 61% ozs and eight of Bustvist's points on the ppl, you have nothing to come back with when anybody says he isn't a good defenseman.

Remember Gus? He was a great pp specialist and a piss poor defenseman. Bustvist isn't even that good.

#pwnd
I think you might be wound a little too tight and may need to calm yourself. I'm just getting back into watching hockey and reading this board but it seems like none of this is very fun for you.

Rebuilds take time and there's something called a developmental curve for young players, I'm sorry that it seems to be robbing you of any enjoyment but there's also this: sports are meant for your entertainment, if it makes you this upset, there are other hobbies out there to explore.
 

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I think you might be wound a little too tight and may need to calm yourself. I'm just getting back into watching hockey and reading this board but it seems like none of this is very fun for you.

Rebuilds take time and there's something called a developmental curve for young players, I'm sorry that it seems to be robbing you of any enjoyment but there's also this: sports are meant for your entertainment, if it makes you this upset, there are other hobbies out there to explore.
So your a bandwagon fan.

That explains alot.
 

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Thanks! Whatcha using for your spice/heat source?

BTW, I am planning a Korean soup pot of fire for tonight.
i got some dried arbol from the pantry and the curry is a turmeric heavy yellow wifey mixed up with all those pods and chit you buy and don't really use that often. It's super simple though, just ghee, leeks, broccoli sauteed up then curry for a minute, coconut milk, stickblend it up and adjust for salt n pep. pretty dank tbh.
 

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Let me know when your blood pressure gets down to a normal level. U must be very lightheaded.
Nah, I'm like the guy you Make A Wishers want attention from.

It's ok being who you are, little fella. Do you (pats head)
 

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i got some dried arbol from the pantry and the curry is a turmeric heavy yellow wifey mixed up with all those pods and chit you buy and don't really use that often. It's super simple though, just ghee, leeks, broccoli sauteed up then curry for a minute, coconut milk, stickblend it up and adjust for salt n pep. pretty dank tbh.

I've got mad respect and appreciation for your culinary skills, and especially your passion and love for the spice.

I'm gonna harvest a cabbage from the garden (cause St.-Paddy and all) and saute it a miso-jalapeno sauce, roast up garden broccolini with garlic + gochugaru, then Murk on the Korean soup before our Fam gathers in the big tv room to watch the netflix documentary on Varsity Blues. We know several of those families, are casual friends with one of them, and one is a business partner of mine on a couple projects so we are jacked-up and ready for some epic schadenfreude.

Huge night, I may pull all the stops and break in my brand new Dalton jersey.
 

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I've got mad respect and appreciation for your culinary skills, and especially your passion and love for the spice.

I'm gonna harvest a cabbage from the garden (cause St.-Paddy and all) and saute it a miso-jalapeno sauce, roast up garden broccolini with garlic + gochugaru, then Murk on the Korean soup before our Fam gathers in the big tv room to watch the netflix documentary on Varsity Blues. We know several of those families, are casual friends with one of them, and one is a business partner of mine on a couple projects so we are jacked-up and ready for some epic schadenfreude.

Huge night, I may pull all the stops and break in my brand new Dalton jersey.

Oh boy... a spicepeen contest going down!
 

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I've got mad respect and appreciation for your culinary skills, and especially your passion and love for the spice.

I'm gonna harvest a cabbage from the garden (cause St.-Paddy and all) and saute it a miso-jalapeno sauce, roast up garden broccolini with garlic + gochugaru, then Murk on the Korean soup before our Fam gathers in the big tv room to watch the netflix documentary on Varsity Blues. We know several of those families, are casual friends with one of them, and one is a business partner of mine on a couple projects so we are jacked-up and ready for some epic schadenfreude.

Huge night, I may pull all the stops and break in my brand new Dalton jersey.
gosh that's SANFRANTASTIC!

and appreciate the kudos but man oh man i gotta say i'm always learning. i know we've chatted briefly about instant pot (with airfryer) but that bad boy made the best corned beef n cabbage i've had. pressure cooked the beef, took it out, did 5 minute pressure cook on big ass cabbage wedges (AND FENNEL) in a cup of the liquid (skewered so they don't fall apart, then coated in melted bacon fat, splashed with a little vinegar and some salt and pepper, and AIR FRIED the wedges for like 10 minutes to caramelize them. Thought i'd try that after doing brussells str8 airfried which were awesome. It was great.
 

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gosh that's SANFRANTASTIC!

and appreciate the kudos but man oh man i gotta say i'm always learning. i know we've chatted briefly about instant pot (with airfryer) but that bad boy made the best corned beef n cabbage i've had. pressure cooked the beef, took it out, did 5 minute pressure cook on big ass cabbage wedges (AND FENNEL) in a cup of the liquid (skewered so they don't fall apart, then coated in melted bacon fat, splashed with a little vinegar and some salt and pepper, and AIR FRIED the wedges for like 10 minutes to caramelize them. Thought i'd try that after doing brussells str8 airfried which were awesome. It was great.

Bruh, one must possess Elon Musk level genius to partner the I.P. with an air-fryer.

Mastering that combo, IMO, is very bit as impressive as subject-matter expertise in inventing electronic cars, space rockets, flame throwers, and pneumatic transportation tubes.

<mind blown>
 

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Bruh, one must possess Elon Musk level genius to partner the I.P. with an air-fryer.

Mastering that combo, IMO, is very bit as impressive as subject-matter expertise in inventing electronic cars, space rockets, flame throwers, and pneumatic transportation tubes.

<mind blown>

The flamethrower was just a troll btw lol... someone bet him he couldn't sell 10k units of something. Elon said "I'll prove u wrong"... guy suggested a flamethrower and Elon sold 10K in less than 5 days IIRC.
 

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Bruh, one must possess Elon Musk level genius to partner the I.P. with an air-fryer.

Mastering that combo, IMO, is very bit as impressive as subject-matter expertise in inventing electronic cars, space rockets, flame throwers, and pneumatic transportation tubes.

<mind blown>

tbh it's necessity. we are moving and don't have our new range/stove yet. i just don't want to feed my kids fast food anymore, but this meal that usually takes hours and hours to do well really goes fast in the IP.

I will definitely update you on when I try out schweinshaxe with that combo. I know you favor cuisine that isn't euro-baltic-bavarian but haxen is a delight done right.
 

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The flamethrower was just a troll btw lol... someone bet him he couldn't sell 10k units of something. Elon said "I'll prove u wrong"... guy suggested a flamethrower and Elon sold 10K in less than 5 days IIRC.

All I know is I really wanted to buy one but I was too late due to my innate Boomerness.

I guess that's payback for Boomers scorching the earth in order to oppress young 'tuckians and forcing them into a nihilistic life of self-pity and depression. Seems fair to me.
 

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tbh it's necessity. we are moving and don't have our new range/stove yet. i just don't want to feed my kids fast food anymore, but this meal that usually takes hours and hours to do well really goes fast in the IP.

I will definitely update you on when I try out schweinshaxe with that combo. I know you favor cuisine that isn't euro-baltic-bavarian but haxen is a delight done right.

All the best on the move, I hope the new place provides you and your Fam with great health and happiness.

As for euro pig-knuckle, you're right that's not really in my wheelhouse with a house full of vegetarians (incl. 1x vegan) but I bet there's some high-quality flavor there - keep us posted.
 

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