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  1. Anyone have any theories about why the lockdown happened? Mine is that it's connected with the new food Jack found out in the jungle. I bet the place goes on lockdown to keep the occupants inside so they don't know here the food comes from ... or which direction it came from ... or something.


    If this is painfully obvious or something ... fock off!


    Clearer, and even more detailed (once you expand it): http://cmeister2.uwcs.co.uk/hatch.jpg :wub:


    ETA: The Internet at its non-porn best: http://lostpedia.com/wiki/Blast_Door




    that also makes alot of sense because one of the phrases wirrten on the door is something like "activity minimal during lockdown and restocking process" which suggests the lockdown and restocking (food drop) are related.

  2. http://www.ndtourism.com/events/viewEvent.asp?ID=2259


    Famous North Dakotans

    Dr. Robert H. Bahmer U.S. archivist

    Elizabeth Bodine humanitarian

    Dr. Anne Carlsen educator

    Ronald N. Davies jurist

    Angie Dickinson actress, Kulm

    Ivan Dmitre artist

    John Bernard Flannagan sculptor, Fargo

    Phyllis Frelich actress, Devils Lake

    William H. Gass writer and philosopher, Fargo

    Rev. Richard C. Halverson U.S. Senate chaplain

    Phil D. Jackson basketball player, coach

    Dr. Leon O. Jacobson researcher, educator, Sims

    Harold K. Johnson army general

    Louis L'Amour author, Jamestown

    Peggy Lee singer, Jamestown

    William Lemke representative

    Marquis de Mores cattleman

    Casper Oimoen skier

    Arthur Peterson radio and TV actor

    Cliff Fido Purpur hockey player, coach

    James Rosenquist painter, Grand Forks

    Eric Sevareid TV commentator, Velva

    Ann Sothern actress, Valley City

    Dorothy Stickney actress Dickinson

    Edward K. Thompson editor

    Era Bell Thompson editor

    Tommy Tucker band leader, Souris

    Lawrence Welk band leader, entertainer, Strasburg

    Larry Woiwode writer


    Famous South Dakotans

    Sparky Anderson baseball manager, Bridgewater

    Tom Brokaw TV newscaster, Webster

    John James Exon senator, Geddes

    Myron Floren accordionist, Roslyn

    Joe Foss governor, 1st Commissioner of the American Football League, Sioux Falls

    Joseph Hansen author, Aberdeen

    Crazy Horse Oglala chief

    Oscar Howe Sioux artist, Joe Creek

    Hubert H. Humphrey senator and vice president, Wallace

    David C. Jones U.S. Air Force general, Aberdeen

    Roy Braxton Justus cartoonist, Avon

    Cheryl Ladd actress, Huron

    Ward L. Lambert basketball, Deadwood

    Ernest Orlando Lawrence physicist, Canton

    Russell Means American Indian activist, Pine Ridge

    George McGovern politician, Avon

    Dorothy Provine actress, Deadwood

    Rain-in-the-Face Hunkpapa Sioux chief

    Red Cloud Oglala Sioux chief

    Sitting Bull Hunkpappa Sioux chief

    Jess Thomas opera singer, Hot Springs

    Norm Van Brocklin football player, Parade

    Mamie Van Doren actress, Rowena


    that's about the entire population of both states.

  3. We're a lottery team? LOL. One year out of the playoffs. Why would I care if some bandwagon fans left? We'll ALWAYS have more fans than the Heat. We've only missed the playoffs two years in like the last 25. How many times have the Heat? Here, I found some history of the Heat you might like to see:


    Playoff Appearences: (10)

    1992, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2004, 2005


    Regarding making the playoffs, here's our history over the same period:


    Playoff Appearences: (16)

    1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004


    Did I mention all the championships and trips to the finals we've had since the Heat came into existence. It's pretty easy to kick us when we're not at the top of our game. It's expected. Oh, and we're in the playoffs this year. We're on the way up and you're on the way down. Enjoy your ride to the upper middle tier of the league while you can :doublethumbsup:


    We're also on our way up in a conference that actually has good teams. Half the teams that make the Eastern conference playoff's won't even have a winning record

  4. No sour grapes at all, just objective analysis. The funny thing is, if Shaq would have been willing to accept the contract he took in Miami it's likely he'd still be a Laker, but he demanded an extension at maximum salary. Either way, more power to you if you win it all. I just don't think it will happen, especially not with this team. Blowing up last year's team that was a game away from the finals to add Walker and Williams was the dumbest thing I've ever seen anyone do, and I'm a Pat Riley fan.



    It's also hard for us to have sour grapes when shaq helped lead us to 3 rings. How many rings has Shaq helped Miami win? Oh that's right, Miami has never won it all.


    :o (i've been waiting to use this one)

  5. Why even get married than? I thought the same thing about kids till I had one.


    exactly. why get married.


    i've had the same girlfriend for 4 years and have no plans of marrying her. if she gives me an ultimatum i'd just break up with her and bang one of her friends.

  6. As a Suns homer, I don't think any team in the west will "spank" the Pistons. I do think the Pistons are the only real contender in the east tho.


    I wish the Suns had just sat Amare for the year, let him heal up well, and see how the playoffs go. That game last night against the Nets was the most atrocious display of I dunno what I've ever seen. Steve Nash, 0 pts? Tim Thomas, 0? And of course Amare, 0.


    I'll be very surprised if they get Amare back in in a cohesive and productive way.



    Aren't the Suns sitting him for the rest of the regular season now? I thought I read something about that this morning. I don't even think they should play him in the playoff's. They're a young team with plenty ahead of them. No point in risking further injury to Amare when he's obviously not in game condition.

  7. Why don't you just forfeit the game? A prenup is like a contract that is saying your marriage WILL fail. If you need a prenup, you don't need to marry that girl. :o



    Considering 50% of marriages end in divorce (closer to 70% in So Cal where i'm at) anyone who goes into a marriage without a prenup is just asking for a world of hurt a few years down the road.


    I wouldn't get married without a prenup.


    btw: I dont have or want any kids... ever...

  8. Ya'll have forgotten her greatest accomplishment (to this point)... the wonderous cinematic experience known as "Can't Hardly Wait"!

    And yeah, it's hard to believe you Mobb... especially knowing that the above movie came out 8 years ago, meaning the production would have been 9 years ago, unless your timing is off.



    my timing could very well be off. like I said I knew most of you wouldn't believe me. But if I were lyiing I would of claimed to have made out with her or something a bit more exciting then just being a roommate.


    at the time I lived with her and my buddy she had not done Poison Ivy is all I know. The only TV job I remember her always talking about at the time was a small (don't even think i t was a speaking part) role in a few episodes of Baywatch.


    i'd say this was maybe 1995 or 1996 when I lived with her because I was about 20/21 and she was 17 maybe 18 tops.


    also worth noting is I live in Costa Mesa, CA and if you look at her profile on wikipedia it says she went to "Costa Mesa Highschool"... take it for what it's worth.

  9. You're going about it all wrong Dude.


    1. Buy meat...O.K.

    2. Don't marinade the meat that long, you'll roon it. Try a dry rub instead of marinade.

    3. Start chacoal..O.K.

    4. Never use lighter fluid, buy a chimney starter for $10.

    5. Arrange coals in "non direct" heat fromation. Good!

    6. Check meat every 10 minutes. Wrong! Start the roast after the temperature of the coals has cooled to medium, medium/low. Every time you check the roast, you lose smoke and heat. The idea of cooking with smoke is to cook at a low temperature for a longer period of time.

    7. 1 hour cooking time means that you're temeprature is too high to start with.

    8. Use a meat thermometer. Pork is medium when internal temp. reaches 140 degrees. Beef is medium/rare at 125 degrees. Remove and cover and let sit for at least 30 minutes before slicing.

    9. See above.

    10. If you follow these steps, there won't be anything left to throw away.



    125 degree beef is gonna be bloody as fack man. medium rare is about 145ish. pork you should be cooking to atleast 150-155 (160 is the USDA reco) unless you want to get sick.

  10. That low a temp?


    How long does it usually take for med rare?

    :ninja: You mean meat temp, right? :wall:



    right. your grill temp is fine and the way you're cooking it indirectly is also correct. you just don't want to pull meat off the grill and cut into it to check if it is done. as i'm sure you've found out it makes the meat dry and it usually gets overcooked very fast when you return it.


    i'd do the exact same method you mentioned first but just insert a meath thermo somewhere in the center of the tri-tip and see what temp you're at. anywhere between 150-155 internal heat is going to be nice.


    another trick you can use if you don't have a meat thermometer is what I call "Thumb Rule"....


    Take one hand and hold it up loosely. With your other hand squeeze the thick part (the pad) of the thumb to get the feeling rare


    Bring your index finger to your thumb to make a circle. With the other hand, squeeze the thumb pad again to get the feeling of medium.


    Bring your middle finger to your thumb to make a circle and squeeze the thumb pad again to get the feeling of well done.

  11. I try and use indirect heat, and attempt to keep the bbq at around 325...

    I doubt the thermometer is very accurate though.. :ninja:


    I do have 1 of these on order from a spiff program at work, though...Might help..



    You want a temp right around 150 for medium rare, 160 for medium, and 170 for well. I usually take my meat off around 150-155 and let it set for 5-10 minutes which takes it to just under medium. Cutting into your meat or removing/readding it to the coals is about the worst thing you can do. So go buy a nice meat thermometer and cook yourself the perfect tri-tip.



  12. I know noone will believe me but I actually used to live with her 8 or 9 years ago. She was maybe 18 or 19 and dating one of my best buddies and we shared a house. This was before Poison Ivy 3 or really any acting gigs. She was just doing teen magazine modeling and a some very small parts in TV shows. He ended up going to jail for stealing a car and she left him. Now he's in prison for 25 years (third strike) and i'm sure he just loves seeing how successful she turned out from his 6x10 cell.


    She was a pretty freaky chick back then. Smoked a ton of herb (and a little white) and would often get wasted and run around with her boobs hanging out. Although I never got the privilege of actually making out with her I can attest that she indeed has a smoking body. It was probably even hotter back then since she was barely legal.


    Well that's my claim to fame! (sorta sad I know)



  13. Open wheel is Indy. Yes. Indy sucks nowadays. Yes.


    F1 is the bomb. Yes.


    Nascar is fun for a handful of races (Talladega, Daytona, short tracks, charlotte, road courses). The rest are nearly the exact same track and some would call those snoozers. :blink:


    The one today is the biggest snoozer of the year to me. I hate that focking Atlanta track. I've never watched a full race. I'm sure Tony Stewart or Bobby Labonte will win it.


    or Kasey Kahne :first:


    Atlanta is actually my favorite track to watch. Fastest track on the circuit.