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  1. Husky25

    OT: Anyone here ever get their knee scoped?

    Yes, but 25 years ago in conjunction with a knee reconstruction (complete ACL tear. MCL sprain, and meniscus tear.). Have to think treatments have improved and there are more recent experiences.
  2. Husky25

    OT: Best Pizza in CT

    "Great" and "cauliflower" should never appear in the same sentence. Went there for the first time a few years ago when we couldn't get in anywhere else at Foxwoods on short notice. It wasn't awful, but wouldn't make it a point to go back.
  3. Husky25

    Best Bacon Egg + Cheese in CT?

    New restaurant opened in East Hampton during the COVID "shutdown" called Sweet Jeans Cafe. Pretty quality BEC for a good price.
  4. Husky25

    OT: COVID Attire

    When I was working from home, it was sweat pants or nylon warmups and a sweatshirt, over a T-shirt. As it got warmer, I lost the sweatshirt. Trips to the office were limited. 6 hours/week tops and then I would time it with my grocery run. I wore jeans mostly, got home, and immediately threw my...
  5. Husky25

    OT: Best Alien Movie

    Star Wars
  6. Husky25

    OT: Best Pizza in CT

    My pool is always an option.
  7. Husky25

    OT: Best Pizza in CT

    It was recommended in this thread and brought a challenge to the top pizzas in the state. I just assumed it would be a similar style to the best in the state. Didn't realize it was Greek until I opened the box. Incidentally, Jessica's Garden in East Hampton makes a decent lobster roll.
  8. Husky25

    OT: Best Pizza in CT

    What are you doing North of The River?
  9. Husky25

    OT: Best Pizza in CT

    ?? Not sure what you are getting at. Green Onion was recommended in this thread. I did not travel through Hartford.
  10. Husky25

    OT: Best Pizza in CT

    Had to pick up something at Target in Lisbon, so naturally I checked here for a Pizza recomendation for lunch. Was not impressed in the least with Green Onion. I ordered a small, but it was Greek style. Thick crust and greasy. I had a l hankering for pizza and it hit the periphery, but...
  11. Husky25

    Describe Your Favorite Movies To Be As Boring As Possible

    New radio DJ signs on at 0600 hours.
  12. Husky25

    Describe Your Favorite Movies To Be As Boring As Possible

    Marine, and it's was done above (#16) ;) .
  13. Husky25

    Describe Your Favorite Movies To Be As Boring As Possible

    A father organizes a Christmas dinner.
  14. Husky25

    Describe Your Favorite Movies To Be As Boring As Possible

    Navy pilot doesn't win an award.
  15. Husky25

    Describe Your Favorite Movies To Be As Boring As Possible

    Hockey team wins a few games.
  16. Husky25

    Describe Your Favorite Movies To Be As Boring As Possible

    Young woman works for an older woman at a magazine.
  17. Husky25

    Describe Your Favorite Movies To Be As Boring As Possible

    Boy finds a rock in an English castle...then seven more things.
  18. Husky25

    Describe Your Favorite Movies To Be As Boring As Possible

    Moisture farmer turns out to be a fair pilot.
  19. Husky25

    Describe Your Favorite Movies To Be As Boring As Possible

    Writer gets lost in a Colorado hedge maze.
  20. Husky25

    Describe Your Favorite Movies To Be As Boring As Possible

    Teenager meets his parents as teenagers.
  21. Husky25

    Describe Your Favorite Movies To Be As Boring As Possible

    Boxer runs up a mountain in Siberia at Christmas time.
  22. Husky25

    Describe Your Favorite Movies To Be As Boring As Possible

    WWII Marine veteran takes over the Family business.
  23. Husky25

    Describe Your Favorite Movies To Be As Boring As Possible

    Piano player returns to childhood hometown. Hangs out with high-school buddies and befriends a neighbor.
  24. Husky25

    Describe Your Favorite Movies To Be As Boring As Possible

    Aging black cop gets partnered with a recently widowed white cop who knows martial arts.
  25. Husky25

    Happy 40th The Big East

    After giving you a rash for stih for 3+ years, I hate that I now have to agree with you. On the other hand (provided it is a bird that can be smoked), crow never taste so good.
  26. Husky25

    Electric or Gas Power Washer

    2500PSI Gas Powered Predator from Harbor Freight. Got it at a Father's Day Sidewalk Sale about 7 or 8 years ago for about 25% off. It has 5 nozzle attachments and 2 replacements for the popular sizes.
  27. Husky25

    Movie Hindsight 2020

    I actually was just thinking about this. Phenomenal movie. I was listening to the Bill Burr podcast and he randomly mentioned one of the Pirates' World Series from the 70s and Roberto Clemente. This movie has everything and as you say, could really be used right now for a degree of healing.
  28. Husky25

    OT: Smokers

    Been doing pork butt for the weeks I don't a chicken (Throw in a brisket or various cuts of ribs every now and again too). It's about 90 minutes per pound, so longs as you wrap it about 2/3 through and have a decent digital instant read thermometer. It takes too long for an analog thermometer to...
  29. Husky25

    OT: Smokers

    Cooking a chicken for 16 hours will leave you with jerky, at best. I've been doing a Whole Roaster (Perdue mainly) every other week or so since the second week of March. Spatchcock chicken takes about 4 hours at 245. A whole organic young chicken takes about 3 - 3 1/2 hours because it has far...
  30. Husky25

    Off topic, Yankee sign stealing was widespread and serious.

    Other than using technology, there are no rules against sign stealing. It's unbelievable how obvious the Astros' scheme was in retrospect. Teddy KGB had a less conspicuous tell.
  31. Husky25

    OT Riding Mower or Propelled Push?

    I have 1.7 acres, but about an acre is mowable. The back 3/4 acre is wetlands. I have a self propelled. 2 days of exercise in the summer then a dip in the pool (Bleach bath to guard against the 'Rona) and a Blonde Hooker or two (maybe a Nurse) after each workout. Can't beat it.
  32. Husky25

    OT: New Grill Advice

    I think that is true for covers with holes in them. If moisture is allowed to seep through a cover, it tends to get trapped. As soon as my Weber is cool, typical time frame is from when I turn off the gas and finsih my meal, I will replace the cover. If any rain should fall in the mean time, I...
  33. Husky25

    OT: New Grill Advice

    Makes sense, but regardless of truth, a CharBroil should not rust out inside of 5-7 years when a Weber lasts 3x that time cared for in the same manner.
  34. Husky25

    OT: New Grill Advice

    This is where any analysis of grills begins and ends: Cost of ownership. I owned a $250 Char-broil for 7 years, but only really got 5 years of use out of it before it rusted through. So call the cost of ownership $70/year (SLD over 5 years + $20 for propane). I'll have to get through three more...
  35. Husky25

    OT: New Grill Advice

    In my experience, grilling in the winter is less about the chill and more about the strength of the breeze. The wind disrupts the flow of fuel and oxygen, which makes the flame far less efficient.
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