Novice Midnight Madness

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Novice Midnight Madness

Postby Coach B Jackson » Sat Aug 06, 2011 12:00 pm

I was very pleased with the way the boys have worked this week I have 11 outsanding young men this year. They have put forth so much effort in just the last few days, and will be greatly rewarded this year for thier efforts. Last night midnight madness was just icing on the cake. A good size crowd came to support the boys and really helped them be focused on why they play this game and what it means to set the standard. I will also add that the post practice meal of FRITO PIE was quite tasty not sure if it was to the mamma jackson standard but we will have to let fajita pete be the judge one day.
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Re: Novice Midnight Madness

Postby donhardin » Sat Aug 06, 2011 1:53 pm

Congratulations Coach B Jackson! Great report. Good Football To You.

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Re: Novice Midnight Madness

Postby fajitapete » Sat Aug 06, 2011 8:41 pm

Coach B Jackson wrote:
> I was very pleased with the way the boys have worked this week I have 11
> outsanding young men this year. They have put forth so much effort in just
> the last few days, and will be greatly rewarded this year for thier
> efforts. Last night midnight madness was just icing on the cake. A good
> size crowd came to support the boys and really helped them be focused on
> why they play this game and what it means to set the standard. I will also
> add that the post practice meal of FRITO PIE was quite tasty not sure if it
> was to the mamma jackson standard but we will have to let fajita pete be
> the judge one day.

They your players I will be there for your first game, and I plan on a frito pie from the Paint Creek C-Stand. First official frito pie report of the year!!!!

Wonder if there are any great eating places near Paint Creek?
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Re: Novice Midnight Madness

Postby Sissylue » Mon Aug 08, 2011 10:52 am

I still don't know whether or not I can attend the game - won't know until probably the start of school here - Sarah's in the marching band - I think the Jr High games are on Thursday nights but there is some rumour about them needing to be available for the high school games on Friday. Band clinic starts for her today, 2 weeks of 5:30 to 8:30 practice and at the end of it we'll know what her schedule will be.

So what time is kick-off? I.E. how early do I have to pull the girls out of school to make sure we get to the game in time? I'm guessing 3.5 to 4 hours to get there.
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Re: Novice Midnight Madness

Postby smokeyjoe53 » Mon Aug 08, 2011 11:03 am

fajitapete wrote:
"Wonder if there are any great eating places near Paint Creek?"

Short answer? Nope
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Re: Novice Midnight Madness

Postby Old Bearkat » Mon Aug 08, 2011 6:08 pm

smokeyjoe53 wrote:
> fajitapete wrote:
> "Wonder if there are any great eating places near Paint Creek?"
>
> Short answer? Nope

Bring a grill and pop a Bambi on the way to the game.........
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Re: Novice Midnight Madness

Postby High Plains Drifter » Mon Aug 08, 2011 8:10 pm

There are some fine dining in Haskell or you can detour to Stamford.
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Re: Novice Midnight Madness

Postby smokeyjoe53 » Mon Aug 08, 2011 8:13 pm

Old Bearkat wrote:
Bring a grill and pop a Bambi on the way to the game.........

As hot as it is you don't even need the grill....
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Re: Novice Midnight Madness

Postby High Plains Drifter » Tue Aug 09, 2011 9:35 am

Manifold meat!!!!
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Re: Novice Midnight Madness

Postby wildwood » Tue Aug 09, 2011 5:47 pm

Ah, the old and I do mean old, Coyote favorite grilling machine, the manifold!!!
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Re: Novice Midnight Madness

Postby Old Bearkat » Wed Aug 10, 2011 6:41 am

The favorite grill of the oil patch. Throw some meat in a double foil pack throw in a chopped onion and some bbq sauce, put iit on the manifold and wait till noon........
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Re: Novice Midnight Madness

Postby smokeyjoe53 » Wed Aug 10, 2011 7:01 am

Back in the day of Ghengis Khan, the Mongol horsemen would place cuts of meat under their mount's saddles. The heat generated would cook the meat somewhat and I suppose there was no need to apply salt.
Sounds delicious, right? I think I might have seen the same preparation techniques used at some of our local fine dining establishments.
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Re: Novice Midnight Madness

Postby Sissylue » Wed Aug 10, 2011 10:04 am

Ah - Mongol MultiTasking at its finest.

I read a history of Ghengis Khan entitled "The Daughters of Ghengis Khan" and was impressed at his political astuteness. Unlike most other "world conquerors" in ancient history he actually managed to hang on to what he conquered and his empire lasted several generations after his death.

But back to a more important topic. Popping Bambi., Pete how does it look up on the ranch with the heat and the drought? The reason I as is Anne saw a dead cow lying out in the field on her way back from John's and then on the news we saw a report of cows dropping dead in the field up around Pecos ... made me think of how stressed the deer must be right now. Poor hunting this season I fear.
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Re: Novice Midnight Madness

Postby smokeyjoe53 » Wed Aug 10, 2011 10:47 am

Sissylue wrote:Ah - Mongol MultiTasking at its finest.

I read a history of Ghengis Khan entitled "The Daughters of Ghengis Khan" and was impressed at his political astuteness. Unlike most other "world conquerors" in ancient history he actually managed to hang on to what he conquered and his empire lasted several generations after his death.

But back to a more important topic. Popping Bambi., Pete how does it look up on the ranch with the heat and the drought? The reason I as is Anne saw a dead cow lying out in the field on her way back from John's and then on the news we saw a report of cows dropping dead in the field up around Pecos ... made me think of how stressed the deer must be right now. Poor hunting this season I fear.

Yes, old Ghengis had some bad PR. The only difference between a buzzard and an eagle is good PR.
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Re: Novice Midnight Madness

Postby fajitapete » Wed Aug 10, 2011 12:37 pm

Doesn't look to good for hunting this year.
TP&W has reported on almost 100% fawn mortality in most of the panhandle.
I haven't seen many deer at all this year
Scary part is that they are coming to water just like a cow.
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