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  1. I finally pulled the trigger. Picked this up for $1750 Oh boy! I'm loving it!
  2. Best Buy has the same deal right now. I am very intrigued by this. Or will I be wondering if I had gone with the Samsung?
  3. Costco has some deals on Sony's and a couple Samsung's and an LG. This Sony is intriguing
  4. Yep, yep, yep, and yep. All of that. The wife, kids and I will hit House of Flavors probably 4 times while there. We go hit Pentwater for some shopping and lunch and a little go-cart action. Manistee is a cool place to stroll around shopping and grab some lunch. We do the beach at the state park and hit the tidal pool where the creek exits into the lake. We bring little nets and catch little catfish. The kids love it. We have done a float trip the last couple years which is amazing. I think we are going to do a charter this year and go after the big salmon. We stay at Sauble up on the bluff on Hamlin.
  5. I'll be on Lake Hamlin in July. Someone in my family has been going up for close to 40 years. I, myself, have been going for close to 20. I love the area. Not a ton to do other than the beach, fish, we float a river one day, and grill. I'm good with that.
  6. OK, so here's a twist. Before I pull the trigger on the TV I want (I just dropped the equivalent of multiple TV's on a new website for a new business venture), I'm going to put a TV in the boys room. So I want something cheap, decent, good for gaming. I'm thinking 55 inch.
  7. First time I found them, I reached out all pissed off about it. The brand called me personally (some VP) and sent me 4 bags of charcoal.
  8. This happens to all charcoal manufacturers. Shake the bag. That can usually give you and idea of what is in it. But every charcoal manufacturer has this issue. Just wait till you get a chunk of rock in your bag. The kilns they make this stuff in eventually succumb to all the heat and will eventually crumble and bits of the kiln will make it into the bag.
  9. Honestly the biggest thing to do is learn the vents. They determine the temp. Most of my kamados needed to be open about an inch down low and maybe a half up high to stick between 250-300. My Primo needs almost double the oxygen intake at the bottom. Do a test run. Light the grill up, put it at an inch open at the bottom and close the top vent by half and wait 20 minutes. Go check the temp gauge to see what that temp is. Does it need to be closed more? Does it need to be more open for your desired temps? Once you figure out how to get your desired temp, your kamado should hold that for hours and hours.
  10. I only use one of these in my kamado. Sometimes I use the torch if I need to speed things up, but rarely. All I need is the diffuser/plate setter
  11. I'm with you. I very rarely read non fiction except for the occasional autobiography of which I think I have read all of maybe 4 in my life. The best was Drew Carey's just for the big dick jokes. But I also think there are so few people here that if you went that route, there would be very few comments. So if you split them you just need to get Joe to allow the yoga pants and who's hottest posts again. I very much wish you good luck in that.
  12. I get how Swan Song seems like a knock off of the Stand. I read them back to back, and he was obviously very much influenced by the Stand. Still thought both were phenomenal. Good Omens is positively brilliant. I'm not much of a comedy reader, but holy smokes that was absolutely amazing. On to Lucifer's Hammer.
  13. Potentially yes. But we are too self centered to care, I guess.
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