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    Yesterday, 05:58 PM
    That was absolutely incredible. And the in-theaters-only 30 minute feature on the making of the documentary was really nice too.
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    Yesterday, 05:48 PM
    What makes you say that?
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    Yesterday, 02:36 PM
    I'm going to the 4:00pm showing as well, here in Louisville. I'm going with the 3D showing at AMC Stonybrook 20.
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    Dec 16, 18, 02:58 PM
    There were some rumors earlier in the winter about Coach Johnson being out at Waggener. I believe Nathaniel Bryan confirmed he was not out, though. Is this more recent news though, Roundsteak?
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    Dec 15, 18, 01:25 AM
    DA jumped up to the #25 spot tonight with 3,093 total points.
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    Dec 14, 18, 05:26 PM
    Every time I see a pack of Two Hearted Ale on the shelves, I start humming "Two Headed Boy" by Neutral Milk Hotel. Seriously....EVERY TIME.
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    Dec 14, 18, 05:19 PM
    Hey, it's not bad for someone who never owned a Nintendo console.
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    Dec 14, 18, 04:59 PM
    I know Gary well...heck of a good guy. That's a really nice donation of him to make.
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    Dec 14, 18, 04:23 PM
    Up down up down left right left right A B A B select start.
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    Dec 13, 18, 11:54 AM
    ...by running continuously for 2 hours in a human-sized hamster wheel, how often would you do it?
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    Dec 13, 18, 11:46 AM
    And for some clarification on a what a "cooking eye" is on a stove...they're the round areas on the stove-top, what we would usually call the "burner" in this day and age. Old cast iron stoves would actually have a removable cover on the eyes, and the heat ring on the underside of the skillet would fit down neatly into place to keep the skillet from moving around and to prevent flames and ash from spitting up out of the stove into your kitchen. ...
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    Dec 13, 18, 11:38 AM
    I've done the buffing route on a newer skillet myself, and it worked out fine. I used a sanding flap wheel on a grinder, which accomplished the task REALLY quickly. In hindsight, though, I think it's probably really safer and just about as easy to just use an orbital palm sander and start off with some fairly aggressive grit sandpaper, and then work your way up in the fineness of sandpaper grit that you're using. That way you can be a little...
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    Dec 13, 18, 10:27 AM
    Let's keep this one on topic. wkyhollywood ...is this an all-star team voted on by coaches in the conference? Obviously there are quite a few of us who are unfamiliar with the conference, especially with this being their inaugural all-conferece team. Are there any schools in that conference other than Owensboro Catholic, Grayson County, Daviess County, McLean County, Hancock County, Muhlenberg County, Apollo, Owensboro, Ohio County, and...
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    Dec 13, 18, 10:23 AM
    Crazy to look at that list and realize how many of those guys made it to that list before there was ever such a thing as a 3-point arc.
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    Dec 13, 18, 10:22 AM
    Fair enough. I guess "general rule of thumb" would have been more appropriate for me to have said. I've heard straight from the mouth of more than one public school administrator that they post jobs for a month before conducting interviews. I suppose none of them ever told me that that rule was a mandate from Frankfort or from the KHSAA, but it would certainly seem to at very least be a general practice that's observed by more than one public...
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    Dec 13, 18, 09:07 AM
    KHSAA's Most Points Scored Leader Board (Minimum 3,000) 1) 4,337 Kelly Coleman (Wayland) 1953-56 2) 3,647 Charlie Osborne (Flat Gap) 1953-57 3) 3,587 Cameron Justice (Knott County Central) 2010-15 4) 3,567 Harry Todd (Earlington) 1955-58 5) 3,542 Chris Harrison (Tollesboro) 1987-91 6) 3,377 Jonathan Ferguson (Elliott County) 2003-09 7) 3,365 Charles --Thomas (Harlan) 1990-95
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    Dec 13, 18, 08:57 AM
    8th Grade - 201 Freshman - 662 Sophomore - 815 Junior - 1,019 Senior - 347 (to date) ...dude has 347 points 8 games into the season. That means he's averaging 43.375 points per game. Absolute beast-mode.
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    Dec 13, 18, 08:54 AM
    Per the Pendleton County vs. Robertson County final score thread. This one deserves its own thread, for sure. That's a HUGE accomplishment! His 53 points last night put him over the 3,000 mark with 3,044 career points, and slid him in at #30 on the all-time career high point scorers in Kentucky.
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    Dec 13, 18, 08:42 AM
    I just have a feeling that Mike won't win it. I don't know why, but I just have that feeling. He has a REALLY solid intuition for the game though...he has since day 1. Alison and Kara have the potential to win, but I don't think that they've really made many big plays this season. They do have a lot of friends on the jury though, like GrantNKY said. Lol, Kara definitely won't be getting any vote in the end from Dan, though, just because she...
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    Dec 13, 18, 08:36 AM
    I've been thinking for a couple of weeks now that Christian was bound to be voted out. Nobody wants to be against him in the end, because he's too likeable and has played too good a game. He'd win without question. I think he basically had realized the same thing himself, and was getting at it when he was talking about how many votes he'd had against him in previous Tribal Councils, and how he was approaching the all-time high for number of...
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    Dec 13, 18, 07:57 AM
    My parents got us an Atari 2600 when they re-released it in 1986. Within a year or two we were asking for the original Nintendo because it was the newest best thing, so they officially said they were done giving us any video games. They relented a little and gave us a Game Boy when it came out for Christmas 1989 - I think that was more for their own benefit as a motivational tool to get us to finish our homework. The first one done with their...
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    Dec 13, 18, 07:35 AM
    Hey! Welcome to BGP, Sheldon! Field Company and Finex are supposed to be two of the best cast iron manufacturers on the market, these days, along with a couple of other newcomers like Stargazer, SolidKinetics, Smithey, and Marquette Castings. Those manufacturers all spend the time and money to use high quality metal ores to make their skillets lightweight, and to have them machined smooth so they're absolutely top quality right out of the...
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    Dec 13, 18, 07:26 AM
    The benefit of the enamel pans is that they don't require seasoning. Seasoning can be burnt off if you get to pan too hot (we're talking about REALLY hot...like leaving them on the stove-top and forgetting to turn of the burner, which most everyone accidentally does every once in a blue moon), and seasoning is also susceptible to foods that are high in acidity. In general, it's best not to use a regular cast iron pan to cook any recipes with any...
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    Dec 13, 18, 06:58 AM
    Seasoning: Like I mentioned in the post above, you should completely strip and re-season any cast iron skillet you get if it's old and rusty, and/or if you got it from a second-hand store, flea market, auction, or yard sale. Also, if you leave the skillet sitting on the stovetop and forget to turn of the heat after you're finished cooking, you can actually burn off the seasoning, and you'll need to re-season it before you cook in it again. ...
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    Dec 13, 18, 06:03 AM
    Cleaning: You want to clean any skillet you get before using it, obviously. If it's old and rusty, and/or if you got it from a second-hand store, flea market, auction, or yard sale, then you'll have to strip it and start the seasoning process from scratch, because who knows what the hell has been in it or what has gone on in that thing. I'll cover the cast iron stripping process in a different post. Lots of people say never to use soap...
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    Dec 13, 18, 05:50 AM
    Old vs. New: The biggest two differences between most of the vintage cast iron skillets and the new ones are the weight of the skillets and the surface smoothness. The weight is basically a product of the materials the skillets are made with. Vintage cast iron was usually made from metal that was actually mined with specific the purpose of using it for casting, whereas most modern skillets are made of recycled materials. The vintage...
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    Dec 13, 18, 05:25 AM
    Top 25 Career Coaching Wins (Records updated as of December 12, 2018) 1) 984 Billy Hicks - 37 yrs (984-272) - Evarts, Harlan, Corbin, Scott County 2) 917 Dale Mabrey - 36 yrs (917-276) - Pleasure Ridge Park 3) 856 William Kean - 36 yrs (856-83) - Central 4) 805 Ron Bevars - 38 yrs (805-348) - North Hardin 5) 767 Bobby Keith - 29 yrs (767-125) - Clay County 6) 733 Pearl Combs Vicco - 42 yrs (733-387) - Hindman 7) 726 Don Parson Calhoun...
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    Dec 12, 18, 04:15 PM
    It's been a super busy handful of days for me...that time of the year, PLUS we're trying to get my parents' house packed up to move them into a retirement condo, so I haven't had too much time on here. I've got my eye on this one though, haha, and I'll try to drop some knowledge later on this evening.
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    Dec 12, 18, 03:47 PM
    Job was listed with the KHSAA on November 13th. General rule is that the jobs need to be listed for a month prior to conducting interviews. Tomorrow makes one month. I'd assume we will hear more talk about the folks interested in this job in the not-so-distant future, if we're going to hear about it at all before they make the hire.
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