Growing up in Louisiana, potted meat and crackers was our go to lunch while fishing. Imagine the smell of fish on your hands combined with potted meat. Those were the good old days. Haven't eaten any in 35-40 years.You are correct. I grew up the same, and won't go near the stuff.
Spent most of the summers in my youth watching the Big Muskie and the Silver Spade working.
Yep! I'm in Louisiana, my dad would put the fish in the ice chest with the cokes I'd hang out the boat and wash them off before drinking. I keep potted meat, spam and devil's ham in the pantry. It's there for hurricane food and SHTF resources if needed. Shit last for ever.Growing up in Louisiana, potted meat and crackers was our go to lunch while fishing. Imagine the smell of fish on your hands combined with potted meat. Those were the good old days. Haven't eaten any in 35-40 years.
I have a buddy that works at U haul corporate, this shit happens dailyView attachment 7364136
No, but I can say that I know a lot of people who got $40 sets of new tires for their Mustangs and T-Birds and Taurus's back in the day... Drive up to RDU airport, rent the same car, drive over to an apartment complex in Morrisville... and four tire swap. Badda Bing... new tires. Noone ever noticed! Me, I drove a Series IIa Land Rover, so I was screwed. But I knew lots of others who did it!
Talking to my father (born in 42) and he was telling me about a old school razor that had a “endless blade”.
Almost seemed like a roll of spring steel that you would wind/change to a new area.
He forgot the name etc
Ever see one