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Old 09-14-2020, 09:04 AM   #2921
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Two bridges were think 18. Each I think about 50from Jersey to Carolina.

Only a couple of years ago I think I spent only 30 from Jersey to Florida
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Old 09-15-2020, 09:06 PM   #2922
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Wish they made Ring Dings without the chocolate covering.
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What in the hell are Ring Dings? If they’re anything like Tasty Cake products, the packaging is tastier.

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Devil Dogs are my go-to.
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Kinda fake tasting creme. Still OK though.
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Not the same. Ring Dings are much better IMO
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I was a Big Wheels and HoHos guy hostesses over tasty cake ringing and yodel lol
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But I don't want to prime panels for a few hours.



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But I don't want to prime panels for a few hours.
We can trade if you like. You can sand and stain muntins and I'll prime your panels.
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I already sanded my panels. Why would I want to sand your mullions.

This will be the test of the newly rebuilt Kremlin 10-14 pump. Hopefully it acts like it was when it was new. Sure sounds like it was rebuilt.
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Well the back side of the panels are primed. BM White Dove tinted MLC Clawlock post cat primer. The rebuilt pump worked good after about 45 oz of primer went through it. Had to be worked in I guess. It was hitting hard on the rebound pump causing a slight wink in the spray pattern. Better now. Went through 60 oz of primer so far. So I figure 1 gallon for the white panels, probably 20 oz less though.

The other panels get primed BM Aegean Teal. These are for the island.
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I was a Big Wheels and HoHos guy hostesses over tasty cake ringing and yodel lol
Flexibility is key... You can easily strip the chocolate layer off a Yodel, and then unroll it to eat it... giving you three treats in one if that's your "jam"... Ho-Ho just crumbles apart in your hands...

Yodels win over Ho-Ho's...
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Swiss Rolls use to be my favorite. Then they made them new and improved, blech.

And on top of that they started making then half the size.

Suzy Qs are another favorite of my plastic foods.
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While we're at it. The Little Debbie chocolate covered peanut butter wafers are awesome. Lol
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Swiss Rolls use to be my favorite. Then they made them new and improved, blech.

And on top of that they started making then half the size.

Suzy Qs are another favorite of my plastic foods.
If you go camping and it's midnight and the sweet tooth and the munchies take over...hope and pray Leo is around.

He brought a convenience store worth of Swiss-ho-ding-ring-dongs.

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I have peanuts too.
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