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BigJohn

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  1. Easy guys. They have at a minimum 3 movies planned. Subzero’s actor has been signed to 5 films. So, no. They weren’t going to have the final tournament in this movie.
  2. Went from ~9% up to ~7% down. What the ####### #### is this?!?!?!
  3. I'll be in Tybee in July. I'm already stopping at Rodney Scott's in Charleston. May have to find a half day to make that trip.
  4. 100% serious. I'd work with Tootsie for free.
  5. Yeah. I've been cooking myself for years. I've watched Franklin's videos so many times just for the purity of them. I've used his brisket method ever since I went to Austin in 2019. I've cooked it for family at my 40th birthday and a company Christmas party for about 150 people. Each time having multitudes of people telling me it was the best brisket they've ever had. I've competed a bit around SW Ohio a bit. I'm hoping to start competing heavier in the next year or so.
  6. That video is where my idea was born. In all honesty, I have actually considered starting a BBQ blog or podcast just to hopefully be put into a place where this type of arrangement could be possible.
  7. I will try any sausage. I'm not picky when it comes to ingredients. Sausage is very easily screwed up, however. Good sausage is juicy and flavorful.
  8. FWIW, I'm 42. I'm hoping to be retired at 60. At the very least, I plan on making a cross-country BBQ pilgrimage. My hope is to experience the various spots and pits from a more behind-the-counter perspective. I'm obsessed with pits. If I had a dream scenario, I'd work for a week at as many places as I could. The food is the reward, but the multitude of processes that these places use to make great BBQ just fascinates me.
  9. So, well-known places I've been. Austin, TX Stiles Switch blew my doors off. Had ok expectations going in, but it was absolutely one of the best I've had. Brisket was terrific, but the sausage stole the show. Stood in line for 5 hours at Franklin's, and I'd do it every day. Brisket was everything I'd hoped it would be. Oakwood BBQ was extremely meh Alabama Bob Gibson's. Great overall. white chicken was amazing. North Carolina Lexington BBQ - unique style, gold sauce is awesome. I prefer Texas style BBQ, but this was well worth t
  10. Only decent food item at Famous Dave's is the catfish fingers.
  11. I'm not disagreeing that he seems weaker. Just wanted to clarify that they were not 'non-powered'. My only complaints with Infinity War/Endgame has always been how Hulk was neutered and Thor's power was so uneven through the films. I'm on your side here....
  12. The Flag Smashers are enhanced. While I agree he doesn't have the 'killer' aggression that he's had in the past, he wasn't fighting standard humans up there. The only 'normals' there were the new Cap and his buddy.
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