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OK Fellas: Putting together between 120 and 150 meatball this weekend, with tomato sauce( we call it gravy b/c there is meat in it) I hope that will be enough and the Bass Buss can handle it. If there is less than that I would strongly suggest you guys question Speedbead and Alpster, and check their shirts for tomato stains

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Where you guys going? Some place warm?

When we get there, I hope its about 70 degrees air temp and 60-65 water temp.

I hear big Alabama girls like it warm.... ;)

Muddy, ya know I gotta sample the goods   8-)

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I hear if your ol lday sees that you will be living in the Bass Bus

LOL, you know it!!!!

As has been said before, we all thank you for making this generous contribution to the trip.  Sorry you can't join us.

Wayne

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I am not attending, Muddy, but your kindness and dedication to your fellowman is always appreciated.  On behalf of everyone here at BR, my gratitude goes out to you.

God bless,

Fisher

P.S.  To all of the road trippers, may you have a blessed and safe outing!!

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Thanks FOM and thanks to you Muddy.

I got so much to look foward to at the roadtrip it's almost like an "excitment overload". Okay.....deep breath.

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Dom,

You know me & Wayne have an obligation to the rest of the group to be sure those meatballs are not going to make them sick or anything. It would a dereliction of duty to just serve them up without properly taesting them first.  ;)

God bless you for making them awesome meatballs for us. You are da man!

BTW, your cousin Long Mike, is bringing the garlic bread, so now I guess we are going to have to let him eat with us.  ;D

Ronnie

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Dom,

You know me & Wayne have an obligation to the rest of the group to be sure those meatballs are not going to make them sick or anything. It would a dereliction of duty to just serve them up without properly taesting them first. ;)

God bless you for making them awesome meatballs for us. You are da man!

BTW, your cousin Long Mike, is bringing the garlic bread, so now I guess we are going to have to let him eat with us. ;D

Ronnie

Do we have to? LOL j/k LM

I think the "Grouchy Old Guy" Table is gonna be quite full at Guntersville LOL

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That reminds me, I haven't closely examined the attendees list recently. Will there be special seating for Team Diapers or are they sitting with the grown-ups?

::)

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That reminds me, I haven't closely examined the attendees list recently. Will there be special seating for Team Diapers or are they sitting with the grown-ups? ::)

Just like any other family gathering, there will be a kids table.  ;D

Ronnie

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OK, one each should be sufficient for quality control purposes.

Anything more is gluttony. ;D ;D ;D

Is there a breathalyzer test for garlic, oregano and basil?

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OK, one each should be sufficient for quality control purposes.

Anything more is gluttony. ;D ;D ;D

Is there a breathalyzer test for garlic, oregano and basil?

You obviously aren't aware of the A.S.T.M. regulations for the proper testing of meatballs.

one for temperature, one for density, one for texture, one for consistency,  another for purity, still another for the presence of foreign matter, I haven't reviewed the regs lately, but I am sure there are a few others.  8-)

Ronnie

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OK, one each should be sufficient for quality control purposes.

Anything more is gluttony. ;D ;D ;D

Is there a breathalyzer test for garlic, oregano and basil?

You obviously aren't aware of the A.S.T.M. regulations for the proper testing of meatballs.

one for temperature, one for density, one for texture, one for consistency, another for purity, still another for the presence of foreign matter, I haven't reviewed the regs lately, but I am sure there are a few others. 8-)

Ronnie

I stand corrected.

Since I have at my disposal a complete electrical, electronic and instrumentation lab, I believe that I'm the proper person to conduct said testing.

Please ship, by next day air, two dozen meatballs. That should provide a statistically valid sampling, and allow for redundant testing; to insure accuracy, of course.

Please submit your samples forthwith.

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Bless these meatballs Lord I pray................................Keep them safe by night and day.      The road trip last year seasoned them nicely.

     Just a reminder that last year, ya'll washed them fingers before testing the gravy after playing with your baits.   Please do so again.

Muddy, maybe you should lock'em up and mail the key off to neutral bystander.

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Muddy, maybe you should lock'em up and mail the key off to neutral bystander.

Matt,

Now what sort of lock, or even a safe, for that matter is going to keep me out of them meatballs. This is right inside of my garage......... ;)

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I can open Fort Knox to get a meatball if I need to.  ;D

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Guest muddy

I don't understand it you can't post anything here witout some self rightous

            PSYCH

Just all get there safe and enjoy em 8-)

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LBH, I'm going to double the amount of garlic bread.  After all, if most of the meatballs disappear along the route, then, if nothing else, a bunch of hungry fishermen can dip their bread in the meat sauce.  ;D

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A WARNING FROM THE SURGEON GENERAL;

I SPOKE WITH MIKE THE OTHER NIGHT ON THE PHONE HE SAID HE IS GONNA USE THAT SALMONELLA BREAD

  BRING ANTI BIOTICS IF YOU DECIDE TO EAT THE BREAD

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Hey Ronnie, with that plasma cutter, no lock can keep you out of those meatballs. I'd say you have the upper hand.LOL

Falcon

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