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2018 Holiday Drunk Thread (NSFW)

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Juice, Dec 10, 2018.

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  1. PIMPTRESS

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  2. Rush-O-Matic

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    Didn't Dick Vegan star with Leslie Caron in "A Night With The Bandito" in 1963?
     
  3. Revengeofthenerds

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    The Internet gives everyone a voice. Even people who should not have a voice.
     
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    Everyone should have a voice... they should just not be weighted the same.
     
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    That's definitely a better way to state it.
     
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    That looks like J. Russel Mickelson (remember him?).

    What ever happened to that guy?
     
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    Please don’t tell me that you actually care.
     
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    ftfy
     
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    No, it just got me thinking about all the people who have slowly disappeared from here over the years.
     
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    I’d rather people disappear then leave slowly with the douchenozzle move of “Well thanks but I’ve decided I’m now too good for this place” three-post goodbye in one last desperate reach for attention.

    ...okay, a couple people acted that way on here. And were promptly roasted for it, as expected. People come and go, whatever. I’ve never been bored here and it’s still better than Reddit.
     
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    My thoughts are this is the umpteenth version of “Look at ME!!!”

    There is no “For Love Of The Game” when it comes to pop culture anymore. People just want to famous without any required effort, so they say and to the most stupid thing possible to get that Fifteen Minutes.

    Even people who have creative talent and actually worked to get famous have a large habit of vanishing quick, just ask Gotye. So just how desperate are you for attention if you’re willing to make yourself look like a total asshole ?

    Like so:
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    Doing some ribs this weekend for my MIL and FIL (my grandmother in-law's husband died about a year ago so I do a cooking night for them three every few weeks to give her something to look forward to). Somehow, some way, the grandmother has never had BBQ ribs. Not sure if I wanna do beef or pork, figure I'll just see what looks the best when I get to the store.

    In honor of that, here's my take on the famous 54321 Dry Rub:

    5 parts paprika
    4 parts light brown sugar
    3 parts salt
    2 parts ground black pepper
    1 part cumin
    1 part dry mustard
    1 part garlic powder

    Spray once per hour (roughly) with coffee.
     
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    I'm going to be honest, that recipe sounds nasty. So I am guaranteed to make it now. Watch this be my new favorite.
     
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    I was commended by my old sales mentor today in front of my team, basically saying I was the best cold caller he’s ever seen in 40+ years in logistics.

    That makes me feel like I’ve come full circle in my career coming from a man whose Rolodex includes everyone from Arthur Blank to execs at Georgia Pacific/Clorox/Colgate, etc.

    Sales is easy though compared to management. Management is the biggest pain in the ass and if I could handle it all myself, I would. Fuck employees.
     
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    I use the dry mustard because I use olive oil, or sometimes spray butter, to make the rub stick. If you use mustard to help the rub stick, then take out the dry mustard in the recipe.

    It's my go-to for both brisket and ribs now.

    For brisket, I used to do a basic texas rub (2:1 black pepper:salt, with a little paprika and cumin), and ribs I used to do almost a st. louis style (ton of brown sugar and paprika, some salt and garlic powder, little ginger). Once I found the 54321 rub, and the variations on it, I decided to use the general format to combine the best parts of my brisket rub and my rib rub.

    It might sound nasty, but it works like a charm. The coffee spritz is what really makes the difference. Whenever I do a batch of the rub, I make a bunch extra and put it in mason jars to give out to the guests who are eating. I've heard of people putting it on everything from steak to shrimp to salmon.
     
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    If you’ve never used yellow mustard when bbq’ing before, you’re missing the biggest umami experience known to man
     
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    FTFY
     
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    I make my brisket rub somewhat similarly, but instead of your 5 parts paprika, I use what would equate to 2 parts paprika and 3 parks baking cocoa. It gives it a hint of a chocolate taste/look, but not in a sweet way.
     
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    I basically get that with the coffee spritz. I just make black coffee like I would drink it in the morning, and put it in a sanitized spray bottle. If I'm doing pork, I add some apple cider vinegar to it. But otherwise, yeah, strong black coffee.
     
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