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the best diesel engine mack has made was?  

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  1. 1. the best diesel engine mack has made was?

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Went to Best Buy yesterday and bought a camcorder-since I got a tax refund, I figured i'd try to do my part to help stimulate the economy. If everybody keeps hearing on the news how bad the economy is,after a while they believe it,and then it is. Anyway,the salesman recomended that I get an extended life battery for it because the battery that came with it was only good for about 45 minutes. So after I fully charged it this morning,just like the instructions said,I tried to put it in and it was the wrong battery.Pretty much par for the course for me-nothing ever seems to work right,I don't understand why i'm basically pretty happy,maybe there's something wrong with me,I don't know. So I called Best Buy,they said they didn't have the right battery in stock,and it cost $100. $100?!!-I told them i'd bring the other one back and take my refund and take my chances with the 45 minute one that came with the camera!

And I stopped at the wide spot where I lost my cap-no sign of it.Looked up and down the ditch,in the median,in the woods-it's like it just disappeared!

On the lighter side-I called no clue joe when I was on the way back from Florida the other day-told him I stopped in Candor,N.C. at a little fuel stop and got a piece of chicken to eat and it had enough grease on it to deep fry a porpoise...or several spotted owls...true story.

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Tom,

I didn't get to the rib project yet - but I did cook a chicken tonite in a clay pot.

I've used the clay pot (Romertopf) quite a lot - first time for a whole chicken though.

No grease, real moist and cooks fast. Excellent.

Paul VS

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That's gonna be my next cooking project,deep fried porpoise.Spotted owls are getting harder and harder to find in the grocery store.It takes a lot of oil to deep fry a porpoise,but that's not a problem,I know just where to get enough on 3 pieces of chicken.

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That's gonna be my next cooking project,deep fried porpoise.Spotted owls are getting harder and harder to find in the grocery store.It takes a lot of oil to deep fry a porpoise,but that's not a problem,I know just where to get enough on 3 pieces of chicken.

Sorry buddy but when I heard that voicemail you left me it cracked me up about the chicken. Funny road stuff..lol

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Tom,

I didn't get to the rib project yet - but I did cook a chicken tonite in a clay pot.

I've used the clay pot (Romertopf) quite a lot - first time for a whole chicken though.

No grease, real moist and cooks fast. Excellent.

Paul VS

Well that's a new one on me-never heard of a Romertopf,but i've heard of Roma tomatoes.Grew some myself once.

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