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post #11 of 15893 (permalink) Old 01-15-2012, 12:16 PM
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I found out that Ritz Crackers, Peanut butter, & Chocolate make a good combo.......

Here is how you make them......First you get some Ritz Crackers and you put Peanut Butter on one and another on top to make a sandwich. (these are good also) Then you take some of the Hersheys Chocolate that is in big bars (baking isle at Wally World) and melt it in a pot. You fix a spot with wax paper to set your creations on when finished. Take the Ritz & Peanut Butter sandwiches and dip into the chocolate and place on wax paper to harden. Then you get to enjoy.

Oh you can use either White or Regular Chocolate....your choice..


Ok I am through Hijacking.....back to your regular scheduled forum topics....
can i cheat and just put a resee's cup between two ritz crackers

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I was waiting for this thread, as I never hijack any others. Thanks for permission.

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So I go to the D.C. Motorcycle Show today ( same stuff , different year but who cares ). I stop by a stand that has the Scala Rider G4 paired headsets that I recently ordered and received from Riders Discount here on this forum. He had the same set for purchase for over $400. I said, nonchalantly, to him, " Gee! I just had a set delivered to my house for $279 total ". He looked PO'd and said they are going to crack down on these discount sellers on line very soon. How ominous.

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And might I add..... I sat upon a 2012 ( White ) Goldwing on display. I don't know if it was me or the bike, but the handle bars seemed exceedingly low positioned. Also, I had a lady bystander hop on the bike to see how the rear passenger Hondaline armrests worked. Well I wasn't impressed with how they worked for her. They were more elbow rest than arm rests and for her stature it required that she lift her shoulders up and back to rest her elbows on the pads. If and when Mz. Vickie thinks she would like armrest I'm going with the new Rivco style. That alone was worth the $13 admission price to the show.

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