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    Yea this sucks. I bought my peppers and tomatoes on Saturday. They are all sitting on my window sil right now because its to cold at night. It looks like a an Italian Grandmother's NYC apartment.

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    [QUOTE=Jets Things;3595268]Two of her aunts and her grandmother were 45 minutes late to the church. My wife called when they were 10 minutes late and asked where they were and before she asked if they wanted us to wait, her aunt obnoxiously said "Since you have your panties in a twist, why don't you start without us?" My wife lost it and her aunt hung up on her. Cursed her aunt off on the phone (all outside the church and out of earshot, thankfully), but didn't want to start until her grandmother got there. Baby was fed and dressed at the last minute so she'd sleep or be calm during the ceremony...IF it started on time. But my wife's fat ass aunt had to make it about her. Needless to say the baby cried the whole time and my wife's eyes were floating for most of it. Wonderful memories for our first daughter's christening. And to top it off, her grandmother didn't call yesterday to wish he a happy mother's day. [B]So I was on damage control/consolation patrol and my cawk remained (and still remains) mighty dry.[/B][/QUOTE]


    [B]***OOPS, FORGOT TO SAY NOT WORK SAFE***[/B]

    [url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dbrwy3mnvP4&feature=related[/url]

    WTF is wrong with family? This sounds like a couple of morons in my wife's family. Sorry you both had to go through that ordeal, especially on such a joyous day. No worries, at least your daughter has two awesome parents.
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    [QUOTE=Borgoguy;3595277][url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dbrwy3mnvP4&feature=related[/url]

    WTF is wrong with family? This sounds like a couple of morons in my wife's family. Sorry you both had to go through that ordeal, especially on such a joyous day. No worries, at least your daughter has two awesome parents.[/QUOTE]

    Family is fine when the attention is focused elsewhere. If it were my cousin's kid, I would have been annoyed to have been made to wait for so long. Since it was my own kid and all the attention was on her, my wife and I, I wanted to rip my wife's aunt's lungs out and shove them up her ass.

    As for the Fleshlight, no thanks. Last mouth unit I bought bore too close a resemblance to Harry Reems.

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    [QUOTE=Jets Things;3595285]Family is fine when the attention is focused elsewhere. If it were my cousin's kid, I would have been annoyed to have been made to wait for so long. Since it was my own kid and all the attention was on her, my wife and I, I wanted to rip my wife's aunt's lungs out and shove them up her ass.

    As for the Fleshlight, no thanks. [B]Last mouth unit I bought bore too close a resemblance to Harry Reems.[/B][/QUOTE]

    LOL.

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    [QUOTE=32green;3595108]Which, knowing you, involved a closed fist an butt battering.



    :D[/QUOTE]

    [QUOTE=Jets Things;3595113]You forgot the loosely gripped softball.[/QUOTE]

    [QUOTE=chesapeakejet;3595189]You seem to know a lot about this stuff. :[/QUOTE]

    No....I know alot about Jets things posts.

    [QUOTE=BURGERMIKE;3595202]Hey Nancy! Keep the perrenials outta here. The hampur is for growing food and weed.

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    lol..wut

    [QUOTE=Flagman5A;3595212]sucks, been plating like a madman and now this....

    CTZ005>012-NJZ002>004-NYZ067>070-102100-
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    NORTHERN FAIRFIELD-NORTHERN NEW HAVEN-NORTHERN MIDDLESEX-
    NORTHERN NEW LONDON-SOUTHERN FAIRFIELD-SOUTHERN NEW HAVEN-
    SOUTHERN MIDDLESEX-SOUTHERN NEW LONDON-WESTERN PASSAIC-BERGEN-
    EASTERN PASSAIC-ORANGE-PUTNAM-ROCKLAND-NORTHERN WESTCHESTER-
    708 AM EDT MON MAY 10 2010
    ...FREEZE WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM LATE TONIGHT THROUGH
    TUESDAY MORNING...

    A FREEZE WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM LATE TONIGHT THROUGH
    TUESDAY MORNING.

    THE COMBINATION OF LIGHT WINDS AND CLEAR SKIES WILL LIKELY CAUSE
    TEMPERATURES TO FALL BELOW FREEZING TONIGHT. LOWS BY TUESDAY
    MORNING MAY RANGE IN THE UPPER 20S TO AROUND FREEZING.

    PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

    A FREEZE WATCH MEANS BELOW FREEZING TEMPERATURES ARE POSSIBLE.
    THESE CONDITIONS COULD KILL CROPS AND OTHER SENSITIVE VEGETATION.[/QUOTE]


    Just spent an hour moving planters, hanging baskets and a bunch of fricken pots into the garage. The planters, prolly a good 50 lbs. each.:steamin:

    [QUOTE=Jets Things;3595268]Two of her aunts and her grandmother were 45 minutes late to the church. My wife called when they were 10 minutes late and asked where they were and before she asked if they wanted us to wait, her aunt obnoxiously said "Since you have your panties in a twist, why don't you start without us?" My wife lost it and her aunt hung up on her. Cursed her aunt off on the phone (all outside the church and out of earshot, thankfully), but didn't want to start until her grandmother got there. Baby was fed and dressed at the last minute so she'd sleep or be calm during the ceremony...IF it started on time. But my wife's fat ass aunt had to make it about her. Needless to say the baby cried the whole time and my wife's eyes were floating for most of it. Wonderful memories for our first daughter's christening. And to top it off, her grandmother didn't call yesterday to wish he a happy mother's day. So I was on damage control/consolation patrol and my cawk remained (and still remains) mighty dry.[/QUOTE]

    Fricken family. My mother, RIP, was 45 min. late for my Wedding, with a wedding scheduled immediately after mine. My wife was ecstatic.:rolleyes::eek:

    Tell you what though, it always broads at the center of this stuff.

    Hmmmmm. A theme!:rolleyes:

    Congrats on the baby again.:O

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    :yes:

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    [QUOTE=BURGERMIKE;3595202]Hey Nancy! Keep the perrenials outta here. The hampur is for growing food and weed.

    :D[/QUOTE]

    What about hops? Can we grow them or do I have to dig these up:

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    [QUOTE=RaoulDuke;3595398]Rapalagardener.com

    :yes:[/QUOTE]

    lol very good.:D

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    So, did you plant this weekend?

    I think we're pretty much passed any frost, so I finally got my tomatoes in the ground and my herbs in planters.

    Just did 4 tomatoes this year, some heirlooms and some beefmasters.

    For herbs I did rosemary, sage, thyme, Italian parsley, tarragon, basil.

    Oh, and I did one hot pepper plant in a pot. :yes:

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    [QUOTE=JStokes;3601169]So, did you plant this weekend?

    I think we're pretty much passed any frost, so I finally got my tomatoes in the ground and my herbs in planters.

    Just did 4 tomatoes this year, some heirlooms and some beefmasters.

    For herbs I did rosemary, sage, thyme, Italian parsley, tarragon, basil.

    Oh, and I did one hot pepper plant in a pot. :yes:[/QUOTE]

    Nice work. Someday, plant chervil and I'll buy all you can grow.

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    [QUOTE=JStokes;3601169]So, did you plant this weekend?

    I think we're pretty much passed any frost, so I finally got my tomatoes in the ground and my herbs in planters.

    Just did 4 tomatoes this year, some heirlooms and some beefmasters.

    For herbs I did rosemary, sage, thyme, Italian parsley, tarragon, basil.

    Oh, and I did one hot pepper plant in a pot. :yes:[/QUOTE]

    ANything that I put in the ground on Mothers day survived, and all the potted stuff I garaged so I made out good.

    Same here with the tomatos and herbs. Added two corn, a couple of strawberries, some squash too.

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    Well above avg temps this spring in Edmonton. I did my spring gardening this past weekend.

    Bought about 10 or 12 new perennials to replace some dead ones and fill in some gaps in the flower garden.

    Planted the veggie garden. A much stripped down version of what i usually plant. (Because I don't intend to spend the necessary time on some of the more finicky types of veggies.

    I planted two different types of potatoes, lots of beets. Also am experimenting with acorn squash and canteloupe. (I just kept the seeds from store bought squash and canteloupe to see if I could grow from those seeds.)

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    [QUOTE=Borgoguy;3601171]Nice work. Someday, plant chervil and I'll buy all you can grow.[/QUOTE]

    You know, I saw chervil but I didn't buy any. I've never cooked with it.

    What do you use it in/on?

    The nursery is right up the street from my house, I might just buy one and put it in another pot. I am actually going to go and buy more basil, my sopne wants me to make a LOT of pesto this summer and freeze it for him when he goes back to school in September.

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    [QUOTE=JStokes;3601182]You know, I saw chervil but I didn't buy any. I've never cooked with it.

    What do you use it in/on?

    The nursery is right up the street from my house, I might just buy one and put it in another pot. I am actually going to go and buy more basil, my sopne wants me to make a LOT of pesto this summer and freeze it for him when he goes back to school in September.[/QUOTE]

    Chervil has a gentle anise quality. Think a cross between tarragon (much stronger) and parsley. We used it a lot in France with butter/cream-based sauces for seafood and chicken, and in soups and salads.

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    We have 14 tomato plants and are ready to go.

    No way they are going in the ground until memorial day though. It was damn cold last night.

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    My gardening skills are being pushed to the max up here in the sticks.....i never had these problems in San Diego....

    First the late frost.....then the cutworms chopping thru 20 of my green beans...then the pincher bugs eating the squash....thankfully my tomatoes are in stellar shape.

    This was my Lebanese heirloom squash....so vibrant and healthy when i layed her in. Even gave her a b-1 supplement to avoid transplant shock. Woke up this morning to find this!:eek::eek::eek:

    Not a shred of leaf left on her.

    Its on biotches.

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    [QUOTE=Borgoguy;3601205]Chervil has a gentle anise quality. Think a cross between tarragon (much stronger) and parsley. [B]We used it a lot in France with butter/cream-based sauces for seafood and chicken[/B], and in soups and salads.[/QUOTE]

    Come on, just ONE recipe please. :O :yes:


    [QUOTE=Timmy®;3601213][B]We have 14 tomato plants[/B] and are ready to go.

    No way they are going in the ground until memorial day though. It was damn cold last night.[/QUOTE]

    Do you grow them from seeds?

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    [QUOTE=sdJETSetter;3601250]My gardening skills are being pushed to the max up here in the sticks.....i never had these problems in San Diego....

    First the late frost.....then the cutworms chopping thru 20 of my green beans...then the pincher bugs eating the squash....thankfully my tomatoes are in stellar shape.

    This was my Lebanese heirloom squash....so vibrant and healthy when i layed her in. Even gave her a b-1 supplement to avoid transplant shock. Woke up this morning to find this!:eek::eek::eek:

    Not a shred of leaf left on her.

    Its on biotches.

    [IMG]http://i361.photobucket.com/albums/oo56/sd76euro/CIMG4282.jpg[/IMG][/QUOTE]
    You need one of these bad boys....

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    [B][QUOTE=Borgoguy;3601205]Chervil has a gentle anise quality. Think a cross between tarragon (much stronger) and parsley. We used it a lot in France with butter/cream-based sauces for seafood and chicken, and in soups and salads.[/QUOTE][/B]

    I just use carrot tops.
    :D

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    I just sawr my avitar. Why am I representing the "appAletion americans?"

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