Discussion in 'Game Room' started by jks9199, Sep 17, 2016.
Yeah, a simple fish like that is really about the same effort at that ham slice.
what ya dragging?
noted...don't wear capri leggings to Zumba......
I love good tilapia!
No, you can wear capri leggings to Zumba - just not the ones that fall off you every five minutes.
Pretty much all of the actual street cars that show up.
I am really hungry now.
I've known some people who managed to screw up cooking fish. I don't know how - but they did. Talk about the black thumb of cooking!
Aren't there some sort of special car requirements for drag racing?
If I take it out of the package before I microwave it, that counts as cooking from scratch...
Street cars...hmmm.....So your racing these then
I would totally watch that!
Not really. As with most competition-based things, there are classes. And there is a class for street cars. Now, a lot of those 'street cars' will have drag radials, two-step ignitions, etc. Things intended to make them more effective in straight line acceleration. Personally, I don't have any of that. I run the same tires that I use for a 4000 mile road trip (we're leaving on one of those next month...) at the same pressure I use to drive every day. I have a manual transmission. I launch from idle, just like I would leaving a stop light (anything above idle and I just smoke the tires anyway...). As a result, pretty much anybody can beat me off the line. My ET (Elapsed Time) down the quarter mile is not bad for a street car; I run mid-12-second times. But my trap speed at the end of the run is 122-123MPH. Which means that if I put on drag tires and launched hard, I'd be running low-11-second times. And if I were running at sea level, instead of 7500 feet, I'd be running solid 9-second times, with trap speeds of 135-140.
I'll post a video...
Good afternoon, all. Now THIS day is more like it. I blinked, and it was half over!
Overcook fish .Thats about the only way I know . Or use cheap fish . for example, Atlantic salmon is nasty stuff.
Looking into buying a training dummy so I can practice with something other than my WOODEN dummy. So many different brands out there.
Can anyone recommend one? Also, are these things capable of standing on their own? I see some come with chains, which implies having to hang them up...
Or old fish. I've noticed that the fresher it is, the less "fishy" it smells. I eat a ton of seafood when we're in the Caribbean. In Colorado... not so much.
Get a friend or a significant other to train with you. LOADS less expensive.
I am addicted to fresh water fish and seafood both. Have been since I came to the States. I know people here complain about mercury in fish and other possible risks, but I'll tell you what - it is REALLY refreshing to have some confidence your fish is not poisoned or radioactive. Where I grew up, that was luxury.
Didn't know that (about the cheap fish and Atlantic salmon). I am very non-discriminating when it comes to salmon - I've never had any until I came to the States. I really like smoked salmon - I make this little appetizer with rosemary Triscuits, cream cheese, and smoked salmon. @gpseymour usually picks up the dish and tries to run away with it.
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