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    Jun 23, 17, 07:43 PM
    Parts of Boyd, Lawrence and Carter counties were under a tornado warning around 730. Lots of rain and rotation in the sky here in the Ashland area, along with rotational winds from watching the trees, but I doubt there was anything major going on with the wind. Some seriously heavy rain though 1"+ per hour since around 7pm and it's still coming down steady. I could see some of the more rural, hilly areas seeing some major flash flooding from...
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    Jun 23, 17, 02:12 PM
    To me it says that the NCAA likely does believe that Pitino wasn't part of what happened and likely didn't know about it, but still had to hand down something due to it being his job to know. Plus, they did make it a point to be a suspension for ACC games, rather than just some early season cupcakes. Also, the possibility of having the championship taken away would be plenty enough punishment for Pitino honestly.
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    Jun 20, 17, 05:11 PM
    I'm certainly not a Bernie supporter and like someone mentioned above his "free everything" plan as well as doubling minimum wage concerned me more than anything from the other candidates. But at the same time I don't think he really means any ill will toward anyone. I take it as a bad choice of words at a bad time from an old man. I really doubt he condones violence against republicans.
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    Jun 20, 17, 03:38 PM
    I completely agree, it would be disturbing on so many levels. Outside of that, my guess is an execution style robbery. The Rhoden's were growing/selling large amounts of pot, depending how long they had been doing that I imagine they have accumulated a large amout of money that was likely not in a bank account. All signs are pointing toward these four wanted for questioning being involved in one way or another so that leaves me to believe it was...
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    Jun 20, 17, 02:55 PM
    My original thoughts on what happened was that it was a hit by a Cartel, either over money owed to them or over territory. Now I'm starting to lean more toward it being a crime of passion.
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    Jun 19, 17, 10:20 PM
    Your being obtuse now...That's a completely different scenario. I wouldn't be opposed to it though, it's a bit different than this scenario though so it would take more planning.
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    Jun 19, 17, 08:56 PM
    To me botulism seems more plausible, although I don't believe it was botulism that caused this at all. What makes more sense to me is that North Korea used him as a guinea pig for medical research. Once they put him in a coma and realized they couldn't bring him out of it, they needed to send him back here before he died in their custody. If he tried to hang himself I'm sure that North Korea would have said that was what happened. Instead they...
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    Jun 19, 17, 08:05 PM
    Work progressively to get them out of there. Likely that won't happen, but this instance does give us some leverage in that aspect. In my honest opinion, North Korea let Warmbier come back home for one of two reasons. One, they knew he was about to die and didn't want that on their hands due to possible retaliation. Two, they didn't want to spend the money needed to keep him alive. Essentially (in my opinion) they used him as a pawn and once...
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    Jun 19, 17, 07:33 PM
    Outside of him making a poor decision by visiting North Korea with his school, we don't know if he made a poor decision. So basically what your saying is that if you visit a country that does not like American's then human rights don't matter. You essentially killed yourself by making a bad decision of visiting said country? While I'm not one that would ever think about visiting North Korea and a handful of other countries, human rights are...
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    Jun 19, 17, 07:05 PM
    I don't necessarily disagree that a military response isn't the answer, but it wouldn't bother me either if there was one if it is determined that the North Koreans intentionally did this to Warmbier. I'm curious though, if not a military response, what if any response would you suggest? Do we just leave it alone and take the North Koreans word that botulism caused his coma and didn't bother to tell anyone for over a year? In my mind I...
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    Jun 19, 17, 06:52 PM
    Sad story, a kid with his whole life ahead of him dies over a poster he may or may have not stolen. Regardless of whether he did or not, it's absurd that it would end up costing him his life. This appears more and more like North Korea knew he was dying and did not want it to happen in their custody. I'm glad that his family was able to see him one last time, but I seriously doubt that was the reason North Korea released him.
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    Jun 19, 17, 05:01 PM
    Yeah I don't believe the F22 Raptor has ever been involved in air to air combat, but it would make short work of even the F18 Super Hornet. Multiple SU-22's wouldn't have much of a chance against a single F22. Honestly any country not named Israel needs to think long and hard before they get into an air to air battle with US forces.
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    Jun 19, 17, 03:57 PM
    Certainly a jet you don't want to see in your rear view mirror. The SU-22 is no match for the Super Hornet. It appears we are moving some of our jets to different areas to de-escalate the conflict but appear to still stand by the ideal of shooting anything down that is deemed a threat to the U.S. coalition forces.
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    Jun 19, 17, 01:51 PM
    I never thought of that but it does make sense. I'll give it a try next time I do a pork loin.
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    Jun 18, 17, 02:10 PM
    What's everyone grilling for fathers day? I have some chicken tenderloin marinating in a Kentucky bourbon marinade that I forgot I even had. Will grill that along with some bratwurst for the kids later this evening. Plan on glazing the chicken with a Caribbean Jerk sauce mixed with some Wild Turkey American honey bourbon once it hits the grill. Haven't figured out the sides yet, but will probably do baked potatoes and salad for the wife and I...
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    Jun 18, 17, 12:44 PM
    It wasn't a Japanese ship.
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    Jun 17, 17, 11:31 AM
    Pretty much my thoughts as well. While those destroyers are large ships, they can move along at a pretty good clip and should have no problem avoiding a collision with a much larger, slower, container ship. With the radar systems on board the destroyers and the constant monitoring of radar I'm at a loss as how this could happen.
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    Jun 16, 17, 06:33 PM
    JDEaston replied to a thread Yard Work 2017 in BGP Break Room
    I understood the bolded from the beginning, but not knowing the lawn I didn't know if your problem areas are near the house (which could be sprayed via water hose) or too far away to reach by hose. Anyway, like I said, 3 ounces per gallon should do the trick. Boom sprayers are a bit different than spraying via water hose with a 3oz per gallon setting or spot spraying with a handheld or backpack sprayer. Your traveling speed, nozzle flow, number...
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    Jun 16, 17, 04:35 PM
    JDEaston replied to a thread Yard Work 2017 in BGP Break Room
    By the size of the lawn your mowing I imagine you can't spray it via water hose? If you have to spot spray it what ratio are you using in terms of 2-4-D per gallon of water? Typically 3 ounces per gallon will do the job and not kill the grass, you can mix it heavier but risk killing the grass as well.
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    Jun 16, 17, 04:05 PM
    If they are helping rid the World of ISIS then they are helping everyone on this planet.
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    Jun 16, 17, 03:49 PM
    JDEaston replied to a thread Yard Work 2017 in BGP Break Room
    How are you applying the 2-4-D? Are you spot spraying it with a handheld sprayer or using a sprayer attached via water hose (like a miracle grow sprayer or and adjustable type hose attachment) and spraying your entire lawn? Also do you have any grass mixed in with the clover or has the clover completely taken over? If it has, the 2-4-D will kill the clover, but it or other weeds will eventually come back if you don't overseed those sections that...
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    Jun 15, 17, 05:46 PM
    UL should have never admitted guilt by self imposing sanctions. The investigation would have taken longer and eventually been forgotten about by the media and fans, which in turn would have allowed the NCAA to more less hand down a slight punishment similar to what UL self imposed and been done with it. Since UL came out and admitted guilt on their own, along with the media attention, the NCAA pretty much had to make a more thorough...
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    Jun 15, 17, 04:23 PM
    JDEaston replied to a thread Yard Work 2017 in BGP Break Room
    Yeah, when you trim them early in the spring the barbs are still soft and not really a problem. But without completely raking out all of the mulch around the area you trimmed there will still be some clippings left over. Not enough to notice until you trim them again or are picking weeds and find the nice dried up, hardened poison needles hah. Seems like no matter how well you cleaned up the trimmings, you always find them the hard way at a...
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    Jun 15, 17, 04:14 PM
    JDEaston replied to a thread Yard Work 2017 in BGP Break Room
    I loath barberry bushes. They add some nice color to the landscaping and while they're not hard to trim the cleanup is a pain.
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    Jun 13, 17, 04:16 PM
    Logan Salow (UK via Ashland Blazer) was drafted by the Oakland A's.
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    Jun 12, 17, 05:58 PM
    Most likely, seems as there may be a few of us BGP'ers on that forum. Anyway, the burnt ends on that pork belly looked great. I've never done anything with pork belly and I bet the burnt ends are less forgiving than cooking it whole but I'll give it a try. My biggest issue is trying to figure out what to pair it with, but I'm sure I'll figure out something as everyone loves bacon hah.
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    Jun 12, 17, 04:54 PM
    I'm looking for some new things to try myself, thinking I'm going to do something with pork belly soon. Not exactly sure what yet but I'm leaning toward burnt ends that I watched a video about on another forum. Looked like meat candy when it was done. Looking into doing some half inch thick pieces of bologna as well, figure I can give it a little smoke by cooking on the upper rack around 250 then bring them down to the main grate to give them a...
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    Jun 12, 17, 04:36 PM
    I've never cooked Grouper but I bet it would come out great if you prepared it with some Cajun seasoning, butter, lemon or lime. I've always been a fan of blackened grouper, so I'd probably mix it up a bit and smoke it as mentioned above then when it is somewhat close to being done toss it on some cast iron heated to around 300-350 to finish it off. Maybe add a little more Cajun seasoning to the grouper while your heading up the cast iron.
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