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Re: a few Baja rules for our trip

Postby BlueHeron » Mon Aug 30, 2010 8:43 am

DThimsen wrote:I watched Emerson go after the raindeer sausage in Alaska. Impressive! I wouldn't want to be behind him in the breakfast line.

Don


Don,
You were brave to watch him eat.
I'd rather be behind him in the breakfast line, than after he's eaten that breakfast though.
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Re: a few Baja rules for our trip

Postby Emerson » Mon Aug 30, 2010 1:04 pm

Well GBH...

Before the eating, one must get the storage and pipe-ways to the storage areas clear of air to make room for those lil' sausages. If one makes a vacuum...the food gets sucked into the cavity rapidly and one can eat faster, eat more due to the packing process.

Now..for all of this to happen, that "air" which others might not deem 'fresh' if you get my drift..and you might have in the past ;) :D needs to be evacuated. Obviously, when creating a vacuum....you evacuate from the opposite end you are entering with said reindeer. 8-)

This process takes place while typically in the breakfast line....people be-hind me might know exactly what I am talking about! (we need some sound buttons here...will be bringing some to Baja :lol:
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Re: a few Baja rules for our trip

Postby KnotCase » Mon Aug 30, 2010 1:12 pm

Emerson, I know I speak for everyone here...
Would you please be more specific? We need all of the relevant details.
Or perhaps not. :roll:
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Re: a few Baja rules for our trip

Postby BlueHeron » Tue Aug 31, 2010 9:32 am

clearly he leaves too much to the imagination :shock:
and just think about it - he actually taught. :o

I get the "drift" - like cutter said - best not to be behind el compressor at any time.
Like our flight from charlote to cabo - he is non stop and jet powered.
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Re: a few Baja rules for our trip

Postby meatstick » Tue Aug 31, 2010 10:10 am

"will be bringing some to Baja".

He means: non-fresh air, not the sound buttons. :roll:

Even with the occasional "tainted" breeze, Baja is delightful.

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