David Foster: …forgot the link: http://chicagoboyz.net/a rchives/38851.html
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Pat Delp: Fortunately, you’re not even close on this piece. The numbers are now proportional and spread out over many sanctioning bodies all over the world bringing forth a constant stream of new talent from places the west have never heard of! Kazakhstan, Crimea etc. The lighter weights up to Middle have a pool of gifted pugilists that have inspired many young fans to take up boxing. Do you have any clue how big a fight historically would be btw Chocolito and Inoue of Japan right now would be? I...
Dan Kurt: Griller for 47 years: Hibachi → Weber Kettle → Gas Grill → Traeger (wood pellets) → really expensive Weber Gas Grill. They all work but I keep coming back to a 22″ Weber Kettle for hamburgers and steaks. I have developed techniques using briquettes and/or real charcoal that gets the heat higher than even with the expensive Weber Gas Grill with the searing feature. Super heating a steak on the Weber charcoal grill and finishing a steak 2 inches or more in a 450° F oven...
Scipio Americanus: People take a wee bit too much pleasure in proving that other people’s subjective experience is an “illusion,” especially if the supposed negation of the illusion lines up with their own subjective experience.
Alrenous: I’ve seen assertions like this be proven wrong way too many times. E.g. the surface properties of charcoal may lead to different reactions. Also catalysis. Also the coals can trap drippings which might survive somewhat to later grillings. MBTI S’s and J’s focus too heavily on single aspects sometimes. He doesn’t know 90% of what he’s talking about. Of course his conclusion might be right anyway, but it’s luck.
Isegoria: While I’ve been citing Lafond, things seem to have come full circle.
Isegoria: I’d love to, but I can’t reach gotnews.com right now. Hmm…
Scipio Americanus: Read the top twenty or so comments over there. Now I know what Nietzsche meant about what happens when you “gaze long into an abyss…”
Scipio Americanus: For me, there is a definite flavor difference that I’ve been able to discern without prior knowledge of how the meat was cooked. I have a preference for charcoal but the convenience of gas tends to win out.