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Anyone have a laxative?

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by Phil Do's fire., Feb 5, 2013.

  1. Phil Do's fire.

    Phil Do's fire. Minister of Fire

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    Picked up a bag of Warm Front pellets by NEWP at my local farm & Garden. OMG, plugged up my stove a half a bag later !!!. Heavy ash and had to blast free the burn pot;ex I have been using Somersets, tried some Powerhouse, Greene Golds and even CHOW and had no issues :p , need a good laxative to clear this stuff out ;lol

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  2. Lousyweather

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    coffee....good strong black, brewed-at-home coffee. Drop a nail in it....if the nail floats, its almost strong enough. And dont wimp out and put the froofy sugar and cream in it.......
  3. midfielder

    midfielder Feeling the Heat

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    What were you thinkin'?
  4. SmokeyTheBear

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    This is a job for both RotoRooter and leaf blower treatments the laxative just won't do the job.
  5. CT Pellet

    CT Pellet Minister of Fire

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    That's a funny post.
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    You can always use it as cat litter. Or horse bedding if you have those animals
  7. tjnamtiw

    tjnamtiw Minister of Fire

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    I'm with you LW!!!! On my trips to France, I always looked forward to the big cups of the strongest, freaking coffee imaginable. Just like you described it. Hell NO, never put cream and sugar in it unless you're a wimpy little boy. :) That's also the way it was served in the Navy. I roast my own beans and have a nice Jura Capressa to brew it the way I want it.

    'Laxative' leaves this discussion prime for going down hill FAST! You want a laxative, just listen to an Obama 'recital', not a speech since he locks up without the teleprompter. That will give you instant sheeeets.
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  8. imacman

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    Well, I see "ash can" written all over this thread now. You said something bad about the dicktator-in-charge.
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  9. Bioburner

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    Executive order extrodinaire!?
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    Can't pass the right way, will do it his way!Sounds like a ad for a laxative doesn't it?
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    Nothing like submarine coffee once the pot has gone a month without cleaning. Couldn't drink the stuff when the pot got cleaned.==c
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    Bioburner Minister of Fire

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    Man there is so many bad Navy jokes but I may have to go back to a little island that the navy like to use a target practise I won't risk embelishment.
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    I'll take'em. My stove likes newp's.
  15. Phil Do's fire.

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    Well now that my poor stove has finally chomped up the last of the warm fronts, I tried the strong french brew with nails :p and after couple of trips to the can and all is with my stove again==c
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  16. Lousyweather

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    oh, not cleaning the coffeepot is key, swabby! clean it and your coffee loses its individualism. Then it takes weeks, maybe months to rebuild that back up.......my gf got in trouble for cleaning mine once. I use a simple Mr Coffee, but recently got a French Press that Im trying out....weirdly, its a different coffee......

    as for sugar and cream? c'mon! if its good coffee, you shouldnt need to mask the flavor with that unhealthy stuff......now, if you buy your coffee from a local coffee house that just waves a bean over the hot water to make coffee (stupidly weak), its time to man up and try it black!>>
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    Once you go black you..., oops wrong forum ;em
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    French Press makes GREAT COFFEE! I have a couple of antique vacuum coffee pots and they make excellent coffee too, as long as you use enough coffee.
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    What model stove are you sending that chit through?:cool:
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    A Palazzetti Ecofire Prima, a.k.a Italian stallion;)

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