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rps last won the day on May 29

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About rps

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    OAF Lifetime Member
  • Birthday 09/14/1949

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    Reluctantly back in Tulsa
  • Interests
    Bass and Walleye fishing and
    Gourmet cooking and
    I am a retired lawyer, and a retired school teacher.

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  1. I will believe it when I see it. If true, I love the idea.
  2. rps

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    I love a good meatloaf. My mother made awful meatloaf. The best tool to cut it was a chain saw. Sounds like you do a similar loaf to mine. https://www.ozarkrevenge.com/2016/10/not-your-mothers-meatloaf.html
  3. rps

    What's Cooking?

    Nancy has felt poorly the last couple of days. We decided not to join the group eating out tonight. Last minute puttanesca style pasta sauce on linguini.
  4. What a wealth of advice. Good advice, too. Instead, I want to suggest a perspective change. If you start now, at 27, you can do what you need to be trained and still be only 30 or 31. That means you have 35 to 40 years to work and enjoy. Now the first few years may be ugly, but later you can make that change. It also means you have quite a while to amortize the cost of that training. My cousin Steve went to school at Conway and tried for nearly a year to get on with AGFC. When they finally did, they sent him to Searcy, where he worked 35 years as a game warden. He hunted a
  5. rps

    What's Cooking?

    Left over beef and chicken hash with pan charred asparagus.
  6. rps

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    Marinade and dressing - lime juice, brown sugar, crushed red pepper flakes, grated garlic, fish sauce. Added a bit of oil to the marinade, but not the dressing. Salad includes cilantro, mint, and basil.
  7. rps

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    Thai style flank steak.
  8. rps

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    What's for dinner tonight? Tuna salad
  9. Table Rock is in transition. Imagine Bull Shoals. Think on Lake of the Ozarks. Table Rock is moving from one to the other. Sometimes the steps in between are not pretty.
  10. It was exterior stuff from me riding hard and putting up wet for ten years. He removed that, but the metal underneath remains remains pitted. My bad. Fortunately is does not affect the reel operation. The reel will be good for another decade now.
  11. That alone makes me want to sell the present boat and move up to a Vexus.
  12. rps

    What's Cooking?

    No pic tonight. You have seen it. Roast chicken with roasted potato chunks and a side of buttered peas.
  13. I followed James' suggestion and used Delaware Valley Tackle. I had the exterior corrosion removed, all friction points "super tuned", ball bearings upgraded, and everything lubed. Total cast $80 +/-. Reel feels brand new. Turn around time 4 weeks. Good service source.
  14. That makes this man feel good. Thank you for sharing.
  15. rps

    What's Cooking?

    Twice baked stuffed potato casserole.
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