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I thought everyone should know that I'm not taking any orders right now for hand-made metal mouthpieces until I catch up. However, I have necks and hard rubber pieces available, the rubber pieces are about a two week wait. Hope all is well. Phil Barone
 

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I'll have you all know that I am not taking any orders either -- unless they come from my wife of course. :)

For lunch today I had a three piece meal from KFC! Greasy, but delicious!
 

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Cold grilled chicken, potato salad and cold green beans. I'm not turning that oven on anytime soon!
 

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Sliced turkey sandwich with provelone and hot peppers...I ate it on the subway on my way to the sax repair shop. The repair guy seemed really busy...I hope he doesn't stop taking orders.
 

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lunch

A BBQ Chicken breast, a side of corn and a yummy glass of raspberry Iced Tea while listening to the America station (channel 10) on XM radio.

The BBQ sauce is Hutmo's ultra top secret recipe. Maybe I should give it a name like Super 20 BBQ Sauce.


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HUTMO
 

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HUTMO said:
The BBQ sauce is Hutmo's ultra top secret recipe. Maybe I should give it a name like Super 20 BBQ Sauce.

Why, does it stand out and make you get noticed when you put it in your mouth? Don't get me wrong, you could have named it Yamaha, but then it wouldn't be soul food.
 

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Bean burrito with a side of red chiles and a Dos Equis.

It was 114 degrees in Baghdad yesterday.

Seems like no one cares Phil.
 

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Bean burrito with a side of red chiles and a Dos Equis.

It was 114 degrees in Baghdad yesterday.

Seems like no one cares Phil.
As long as you don't eat it next to me I don't care one way or the other.:)
 

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Do you have an idea of how long the delay will be for pieces already on order (specifically mine)?
 

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spartacus said:
Bean burrito with a side of red chiles and a Dos Equis.

It was 114 degrees in Baghdad yesterday.

Seems like no one cares Phil.
It was 122 degrees in Phoenix the other day when I was there.
 

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Last night, for dinner, I had spicy-hot Shin Ramyun with an egg, peas, and cheese; and a grilled chicken breast.
 

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It was 122 degrees in Phoenix the other day when I was there.
It may have felt like it, but 115 is the highest so far this year. 122 is the all time record in Phoenix.
 

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I can understand why he thought it was 122...walking out the door at the airport makes you feel like a pot pie in the oven...all that concrete really seems to make things worse..:shock: . Made me appreciate our cool 95 degree days here in frigid Florida!
 
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