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Helicopters and their pilots make the job look easy. But the pilots have to be fast and they compete with other pilots’ times for their jobs. In the Pacific Northwest, lots of helicopter pilots work in the timber industry. The … Continue reading
How the bird should have been carved.
That vocal and opinionated guy rants on the whole black Friday sales thing and the holidays in general. Vic needs a hug. Maybe more.
The “holidays” have started and I’d like to wish everyone the best for the day and thanks for visiting the piece of my life called SixPackTech. The staff and I are going to take it easy over the next few … Continue reading
A better way to cook trash can turkey is to use a beer keg. Beer keg turkey sounds a lot better. The way the top fits on the bottom must have been tricky to get working.
Consider this for tomorrow’s feast.
For those considering deep frying a turkey tomorrow, you must remember the thaw the bird before dumping it in the deep fryer.
Today is Veterans Day. Whether you served or not, fly the flag.
Glacier View, near the toe of the Matanuska Glacier, celebrated the Fourth of July with lots of food, a parade and an airplane flyover. They also launched three vehicles off the bluff. The fourth, a Ford van, came off the … Continue reading
I’m taking the entire 3-day weekend off. Why? Because I’m old and I can. And it’s my site. Don’t get mad. That’s my job. I’d just like to relax for a while. All of the SPT stuff is ready to … Continue reading
We love our moms, they just have no idea how to text coherently. Introducing Mom Text Decoder, designed to figure out what on earth your mother is saying. Mother’s Day is Sunday, the 8th.
A St. Patrick’s Day special from Uncle Chef John. [5:49] Recipe.
If you leave now, to may make it to Rio in time.
Gud eye, mites. It’s Straya Day. Celebrated annually on 26 January, it marks the anniversary of the 1788 arrival of the First Fleet of British Ships at Port Jackson, New South Wales, and the raising of the Flag of Great … Continue reading