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#47699 - 01/24/05 06:21 PM Heated Threads
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I know things may get a little lively, spirited, and even heated at times, but I think to truly appreciate how civilized we are here, the thread below is must read as far as being HOT and that means spirited as well as spicy.
http://www.raingardens.com/forum/index.cgi?noframes;read=8787

BTW, I collect hot sauce which is the reason I found that.

Roger

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#47700 - 01/25/05 04:14 PM Re: Heated Threads
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Roger,
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BTW, I collect hot sauce which is the reason I found that.

Now there's a pastime I've never heard of!.
I love hot food.
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#47701 - 01/25/05 04:36 PM Re: Heated Threads
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Mike, maybe we can get together and partake of some Firey Foods someday.

Here is one of my prize pieces, I have bottle #58

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This products can cause serious injury if directly consumed, ingested and/or applied to the eyes, or any other bodily organs.


you can see the rest of the info here.
http://www.tastethepain.com/cgi-local/webcart.cgi?CHANGE=YES&NEXTPAGE=4am.htm&CODE=117

The price was only around $60.00 when it was given to me, and I wouldn't pay the going price now.

Roger



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#47702 - 01/25/05 05:28 PM Re: Heated Threads
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Ain't neither one of ya'll right in the head. Eatin' stuff like THAT.

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#47703 - 01/25/05 05:59 PM Re: Heated Threads
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Russell,
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Ain't neither one of ya'll right in the head. Eatin' stuff like THAT.
I can't speak for Trumpy, but my wife agrees with you.

Roger

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#47704 - 02/24/05 02:25 PM Re: Heated Threads
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Roger,
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This products can cause serious injury if directly consumed, ingested and/or applied to the eyes, or any other bodily organs.

Wow!,
That really sounds like the stuff!.
Russell,
Quote:
Ain't neither one of ya'll right in the head. Eatin' stuff like THAT

C'mon,
Don't be a chicken, Russ!.
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#47705 - 02/24/05 07:05 PM Re: Heated Threads
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OK, follow the links I did. I also like hot sauce, mexican food, chili, etc.

A few years ago, my wife picked up some type of HOT peppers at the store. If you touched this little sucker, and then touched your lips, MAN that was HOTT. Seemed like it took days to get the oils off of your fingertips no matter how you washed your hands.

Now.......$900 for a bottle of hot sauce?? NO, it's not a sauce! $60 price range, still out of site, or am I missing something???

John
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#47706 - 02/24/05 07:14 PM Re: Heated Threads
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Registered: 03/15/04
Posts: 28
Loc: Dallas,Texas
I was looking at a bottle of hot sauce a few year back in a convience store that had a deli in the back. The bottle had a skull and cross bones on it. With a warning label saying it would remove rust and oil stains from the driveway. That must a have some sause.

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#47707 - 02/24/05 07:42 PM Re: Heated Threads
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Registered: 05/18/02
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Texassparky, welcome to the forum.

Did the bottle look something like this?


Roger

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#47708 - 02/24/05 08:23 PM Re: Heated Threads
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Loc: Tulsa, OK
Roger, will me have more in common. WE both are Rednecks, and both like firey red hot food. I grow tons of peppers if you would like some this summer or fall.

Have you tried Dave's Insanity Sauce?

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