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WarrantMan

Member Since 29 Nov 2017
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#1593783 Make your best taco.

Posted by WarrantMan on Yesterday, 09:56 PM

Taco pizza?

It got a little out of hand pouring Warrant Man's homicide on there, but it was actually perfect.

Had some Masa sitting in the fridge.

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Anchovies! Ha. Man that rocks! Icing on the cake....  :cheers:




#1592360 Straight out of the can/bottle

Posted by WarrantMan on 08 November 2018 - 10:56 PM

 

I think he just insulted us all, but I'm not smart enough to tell :rofl:

 

Insult? No sir, not at all. Not my forte’ or MO.

 

 An actual event that may not mean anything to some, but it did and does mean a great deal to me.

 

Three weeks ago, I did a sales event downtown Charleston. Many tourists think that my “branding” is a gimmick and I work for some “company” while not realizing that it is “my stuff” that “I” make it and the “branding” is a vocational reality.

 

This guy walks up with a lady and a kid pushing a stroller. His face lights up, he tells the woman “this is the guy who arrested me, the ‘warrant man!” He goes on to recount some story I’d long since forgot, shook my hand and gave me a hug. Much to the delight of the on-lookers. Went on like we were old friends, tried my stuff and was proud to tell me he had “changed his ways” and actually “thanked” me for being so nice. I gave him some stuff “on the house.” I couldn’t have paid for better advertisement, folks lined up and spent some money…

 

 

THP,

 

I’ve enjoyed my time here immensely. There are many who offer much of value. I kid around, poke a bit sometimes, but never will I intentionally insult anyone. This place is my solace, I’ve too much drama in my everyday dealings to import it here…

 

That being said, future posts are 8 beer limit. Maybe 5 or 6 if I try and hang again with the "Crafty" dudes...

 

:cheers:




#1592207 Straight out of the can/bottle

Posted by WarrantMan on 08 November 2018 - 07:52 AM

Reckon you gotta know your audience. This happens to me on occasion.

 

Me  - "Sir, exit the premise immediately or face incarceration."

 

Dude - "Uh, what?"

 

Me - "Get the fu*k outta here or go to jail."

 

Dude - "Ok, why didn't you say so?"

 

Me - "ughh.."

 

Sometimes diamonds, sometimes coal and well... I guess..... Silly-Putty too...  :D

 

 

 




#1592171 Straight out of the can/bottle

Posted by WarrantMan on 08 November 2018 - 12:49 AM

It appears I’ve some “explaining” to do lest everyone think I’m nuts. I’m not, been tested (not fictionally as the sit com science dude) but “really” many times.

I enjoy the antics here and my participation in the threads. To me, it is a vital part of this unique gathering of individuals from around the world. Like you reading now, some I find interesting, some helpful, some humorous , some off-putting and a few..  well a bit creepy.. Such as it is.

 

Often my posts are double entendres. Some catch it, some don’t. Again, part of the cool tapestry here. Doesn’t make me better or smarter, just a piece of the puzzle.

In this thread there has been a bit of it all. Humor, intellect, pokes, prods and some oddness too! Entertainment, mental challenges, product awareness and dare I add, a bit of history as well.

 

My last few posts I did so not to bewilder, quite the contrary. But to provoke thought. Perhaps I missed my point, lest the “explaining.”

I made a “campy” point to say that “many oysters” needed to be opened to find some pearls..

 

GIP posted a clip from a 1970s movie that created such as Saturday Night Live, the Canadian counterpart SCTV and Cheech and Chong. Indeed Chevy Chase’s first film role was here.

 

So the odd clip I posted of someone breaking open a shellfish to find “pearls” wasn’t a nutjob posting a random vid, but a meager attempt to show an allegory to what I believe to be “pearls” here offered by all.

 

I still might be “crazy” but tests confirm I am not.  ;)

 




#1592145 Straight out of the can/bottle

Posted by WarrantMan on 07 November 2018 - 09:17 PM

yep, tough crowd...  :cheers:




#1592135 Straight out of the can/bottle

Posted by WarrantMan on 07 November 2018 - 08:37 PM

Later than I supposed..... :shocked:

 




#1592126 Straight out of the can/bottle

Posted by WarrantMan on 07 November 2018 - 08:26 PM

Whew, tough crowd... tip the waitresses...  ;)




#1592119 Straight out of the can/bottle

Posted by WarrantMan on 07 November 2018 - 08:19 PM

Oh man! haha!!  :rofl:

 

It was tongue-in-cheek heaped with sarcasm.... I didn't get through it either... 

 

It's early I reckon...   :whistle:




#1592106 Straight out of the can/bottle

Posted by WarrantMan on 07 November 2018 - 07:53 PM

I've eaten sardines all my life. Thanks to modern technology I've discovered my methods are flawed.

 

In the "There is a video for 'everything' on youtube" category - behold...

 




#1592099 Straight out of the can/bottle

Posted by WarrantMan on 07 November 2018 - 06:50 PM

Okay well you realize if you take this off topic like that, and pull a salsalady, it may end up like last night :rofl:

 

Not all bad really. In an odd comparison - many wonderful things sometimes get produced by variance or off-chance. Silly-Putty, the microwave, WD-40 and Viagra. These are some that come to mind. Not true to the original purpose or mission, but as it has been said  "many oysters must be opened to get a pearl." 

 

Concerning last night's thread, don't know whom to assign Silly-Putty, Microwave, WD-40 or Viagra, not sure there were any "pearls."

 

But I am hopeful yet!   :cheers:




#1592084 Straight out of the can/bottle

Posted by WarrantMan on 07 November 2018 - 06:14 PM

Why do you drink that from the can? Like, when you're out of milk?

 

I wouldn't. That's why I offered that it "wasn't true to the thread" caveat. It was just a follow up on the poetry offered earlier....  ;)




#1592079 Straight out of the can/bottle

Posted by WarrantMan on 07 November 2018 - 06:05 PM

MikeUSMC,

 

Those things are slammin! Hard to find here but Sam's or Costco will have them on occasion. Maybe a seasonal thing, but I'm with you, if I'm decent hungry, I'll hurt myself.

 

 

I dig poetry and the Spam poem offered earlier was great. It reminded me of another "canned" food poem I recall from college. I did some net poking just now and found it. "Snopes" lists it as some kind of modern hoax. But I do remember it from a poetry textbook I had in the mid 1980's (in the Americana chapter) citing it came from an actual contest by the company in the 40's or 50's (I don't recall exactly) but my recollection trumps "Snopes," as it was years before they came into being. Apparently there are other "versions" but the one I committed to memory is here. Again, not true to the thread topic in whole, but I liken it to courtroom antics.. "you opened up this line of questioning..."

 

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'Carnation Milk,' by Anonymous
 
Carnation Milk is the best in the land,
Here I sit with a can in my hand---
No tits to pull, no hay to pitch,
You just punch a hole in the son of a bitch.



#1591991 Straight out of the can/bottle

Posted by WarrantMan on 07 November 2018 - 09:13 AM

Bob65,

 

Apparently almost all pork rectums are exported. Very informative piece. 

 

http://wmbriggs.com/post/2926/




#1591944 Straight out of the can/bottle

Posted by WarrantMan on 06 November 2018 - 11:15 PM

"phone her"

 

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#1591937 Straight out of the can/bottle

Posted by WarrantMan on 06 November 2018 - 10:59 PM

Canned meat prose on The Hot Pepper forum. 

 

So much goodness swirled into one. Savory antics meld with fun.

Yes I'm odd - perhaps a loner, Freudian stuff? I've got a ....

Well...

 

A work in progress..... 

 

:cheers: