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Historic Poop
#21
RE: Historic Poop
A 'corn race' would be something rather different in my world . . . .
Heptaclavianism:
the belief that seven nails were used to crucify Jesus Christ; three on Maundy Thursday, and four on Good Friday


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#22
RE: Historic Poop
You slay me.
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#23
RE: Historic Poop
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Heptaclavianism:
the belief that seven nails were used to crucify Jesus Christ; three on Maundy Thursday, and four on Good Friday


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#24
RE: Historic Poop
I tried to post at #17, but the internet threw it into the bit bucket or something. Let's see if it takes this time. I see Cato beat to the corn.

Most decorative use of corn (I'm posting it anyway) Tongue

Any fecus over 4 pounds must be lowered by hand and aligned with the trap

Did you boil the water?

Did you crack the bowl?

Did you boil the water and crack the bowl?

Cato- when I joined the US Navy (during Viet Nam) I had originally intended to go to sub service (least likely to get shot). Right up until I saw how small they are inside, and that some of them submerge for months at a time. I ended up on surface ships and Viet Nam got cancelled.
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