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About Displaced Texan

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  • Birthday 01/01/1970

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  1. You say that now....AR’s multiply like rabbits in the safe..
  2. I’m going to order a couple of the Zev/Maga forged lowers. I have a pre-Zev Mega Gator lower that is absolutely fantastic...I hope the quality and fit of the new ones compare.
  3. I carry a knife every single day, and have since I was like 8 (I’m 52 now). I’ve never been hassled by any LEO in any state for it, even though I wear it clipped to my pocket and visible to God and everyone. I even recently got through security and boarded an aircraft at PHL, without TSA catching it (scary!). No worries, I had no ill intentions...I just forgot it was clipped to my pocket! The ONLY time any LEO has ever said anything about it was at the Library of Congress a few months back. It was clipped to my pocket when I went through the metal detector to do service to one of my machines there. The cop asked me about it, and I told him it was a ‘tool of the trade’. He let me through no further questions asked. I think the law exists for those intending to, or do commit a crime. I doubt seriously any LEO would give a normal Joe on the street any crap about carrying a pocketknife.
  4. I’ll disown you.... Proper fried chicken is fried in oil, in a cast iron skillet.
  5. Try it...you’ll love it. The brine keeps the chicken moist, and the buttermilk makes it very tender. Mom has been gone for 15 years, but I still make her recipes. Keeps her close to me in my mind, and brings back a lot of memories of her.
  6. Don’t eat either one... fast food fried chicken is crap. Ill give you my mommas fried chicken recipe. Epic fried chicken ain’t rocket surgery. Mom used to make this for Sunday dinner. She started it on Friday night. Brine your chicken pieces overnight in a mix of brown sugar, and kosher salt, and water. Remove from brine, and soak it in buttermilk overnight. After that, dredge it in flour seasoned with salt, pepper, and garlic powder. Fry it in peanut oil in a cast iron skillet at 375 until it gets a nice scald on it. It won’t be fully cooked through at his point. Take it out of the oil, and place it on a wire rack, put it in the oven at 350 while you cook the rest of the bird. In about 20 mins, it’ll be cooked through. You’ll thank me later...
  7. That’s one of my favorite jokes
  8. Dr. Schambaugh, of the University of Oklahoma School of Chemical Engineering, Final Exam question for May of 1997. Dr. Schambaugh is known for asking questions such as, "why do airplanes fly?" on his final exams. His one and only final exam question in May 1997 for his Momentum, Heat and Mass Transfer II class was: "Is hell exothermic or endothermic? Support your answer with proof." Most of the students wrote proofs of their beliefs using Boyle's Law or some variant. One student, however, wrote the following:
  9. It’s no fun if you have to explain it....have you NOT seen ‘True Lies’?
  10. It’s an espresso machine
  11. Peel, you said it better than I ever could, as usual!!
  12. Check Groupon for deals up there before you go. We stayed on the Canadian side, in the Marriott at the head of the falls. We had a breathtaking view of the falls from our window. Do as suggested and convert some currency beforehand. We did hit the NY side of the falls. Honestly, I was very disappointed with the American side...it was trashy, seemed to be a crappy area, and full of nothing but cheesy gift shops selling the same old same old junk. We rather enjoyed the Canadian side. There was a casino (if you’re into that kind of thing...we aren’t), and plenty of very nice eateries and bars. Lots to do and see on the Canadian side.