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Old 12-28-2018, 12:21 PM   #61
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That's the question for inner- what's the secret for solving the rubics cube
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Peel off the coloured stickers and put them back on so all sides have the same colour.
Inner, I got this one for ya.
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Old 12-28-2018, 12:42 PM   #62
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Very cool.
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A reset rubik cheat....fwiw...

You can pop out the blocks and replace them to original position. Turn a face to the 45, then pry up one (any) of the 4 "middle edge" blocks.,,.the rest will come out carefully. The center block on each face remains..use as guide.

Put 'em all back in reverse order...snapping the last "center-edge" block back in place while the face is on the 45
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I heard Inner knows how to get any girl to say "yes"

He simply asks her...........................................

"Am I bothering you?"
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Alright I got one I know he'll be able to answer. Already asked John but figure I should ask Inner too.

If I'm going to smoke a whole ribeye should I smoke it to rare temp or reverse sear it once it's like 110? Or just hit really hot heat first to crust it and then smoke it to rare?
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How come,
If it's transported by ship it's called cargo,
But if it's transported by truck, it's called a shipment?

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Alright I got one I know he'll be able to answer. Already asked John but figure I should ask Inner too.



If I'm going to smoke a whole ribeye should I smoke it to rare temp or reverse sear it once it's like 110? Or just hit really hot heat first to crust it and then smoke it to rare?
Reverse sear is the only way to go, I'd probably take your option of ramping up the temp once it is around 110, then pull it around 120-125, should carry over to 130-135.

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I would assume, just as searing helps keep the juices in...would help keep the smoke out, therefore, sear at the end.
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Next time I will use a sharper knife.


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I would assume, just as searing helps keep the juices in...would help keep the smoke out, therefore, sear at the end.
It doesn't seal in the juices... The reverse sear just gives you a fresher sear so when it's server it's crispier.... But both methods work.

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Not bad for a two-bit gutter jockey.

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Not bad for a two-bit gutter jockey.

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Was a year ago too. Can serrated knives be sharpened ?


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Looks like you threw half that pepper away.
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Looks like you threw half that pepper away.


Yea definitely had another section I could have sliced. That was back in the day when I was doing 30 of them


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Found it cut the best out of the bunch I had. All were new too.


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Sounds like ya need a decent knife.

...the one I used in my video was dull as all hell lol.

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I like a serrated knife for cutting bread, that's about it. Next thing to a hacksaw.

A truly sharp knife is a pleasure to use; practically effortless. Unfortunately, my wife can dull a sharp blade just by glancing at it, so I've pretty much given up on that level of sharpening.

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