I'm a member of a fly fishing group on Facebook...I've noticed the millenials don't like to put boots on the ground and find their own spots or just go fish and find out what's going on. They prefer to log into Facebook and have people tell them which road or bridge to go fish or what's hatching etc. Then when someone tells them to just go and find out for themselves they come up with some lame excuse about how they live an hour or two away and don't want to make the drive if people aren't catching fish etc.
Actually jumped into conversation on the group once where someone was looking for a reasonably priced fly rod and bunch of millennials chimed in by telling others that a $1000 fly rod will make you a better caster than $300 fly rod.
I kinda despise this new generation of fly fishers coming into the scene.
have they announced yet if they are going to try Trump as an adult?
Hope you're surgery is as successful as my treatment was George, my neck cancer is gone and I'm regaining my strength and feeling much better.
Duroc is good. They're probably my second favorite breed. Out of all the commercial breeds, Durocs have retained the most marbling. The other commercials, Yorkshire, Hampshire, Chester Whites, etc. were bred to put on a lot of muscle with almost zero fat. The result is dry, bland pork.
It depends on a lot of factors though. Commercial pork is never gonna beat farm raised. Also, most people butcher at 275-290 lbs. That is way too big. I take mine off at 180-200 lbs.
If you're buying from a supermarket, I doubt you're gonna taste much difference. Commercial pork is really just a vehicle for spices and sauce, anymore.
Yeah, the Pens have looked bad.
What is up with TB?
I understand there will soon be some quality "Kosher" pork products coming available outta Iowa
Fortunately for you they will be conveniently located at your favorite Wal Mart parking lots between Iowa and Georgia
This one always makes me think of Gart.
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