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Old 12-04-2012, 02:38 AM   #18291
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Ever notice how Corn Flakes are really like a big box of scabs. Scabs you pour milk on. And eat.
I never thought of them like that. I don't eat Corn Flakes too often. They don't have any fiber in them. But they do make great corn flake marshmallow treats. Just use corn flakes instead of rice krispies. YUM.
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I was always partial to Rice Krispy and Chex Mix treats myself. Dang, all this talk about food makes me want to have one of those now.
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I was always partial to Rice Krispy and Chex Mix treats myself. Dang, all this talk about food makes me want to have one of those now.
My oldest son was born Dec. 23, 1983. Every year since then home made Chex Mix has been on the snack table at Christmastime. It wouldn't be Christmas without it. It has truly become a holiday tradition around here.

Try the Krispie treats with corn flakes instead. You'll be hooked.
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I was always partial to Rice Krispy and Chex Mix treats myself. Dang, all this talk about food makes me want to have one of those now.
I used to make muddy buddies. I never really liked rice krispy treats.
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I'll bite, what's a muddy buddy ?
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I used to make muddy buddies. I never really liked rice krispy treats.
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I'll bite, what's a muddy buddy ?
AKA Puppy chow. They're delicious but they are messy to make.

http://www.bettycrocker.com/recipes/chex-muddy-buddies/92e4756c-abc1-452a-9b2c-dd124d858050
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Whatever it is, it sounds dirty.
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Whatever it is, it sounds dirty.
Yes it does. Check ur pms mon ami
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I wish I knew something about Loctite, but I've never had to use to stuff until now.
Be thankful; i have some keeping some screws in my car's air intake NOT get sucked into the cylinders (QR25DE ).

Like they said, blue is for you.
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Just don't over do it. 1 drop per screw is plenty.
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Thanks. I'll definitely keep that in mind if I go that route.

EDIT: If you guys want, I can keep you up do date on what happens.
Usually one drop is too much for a small screw like for a mag clamp. A teeny tiny bit does the job. If you see any loctite weeping out of the threads when you have torqued the fastener you have used too much. Also, it is highly recommended that you find out what the proper torque value is for those screws and stick with it. It will help to keep them from breaking or coming loose in the future. Keep in mind that the Loctite acts as a thread lubricant when you are assembling it (meaning before it has set up). Wet torque is less than dry torque.

Oooorr, you can tighten it till it strips and then back it off a half a turn like some of my interns used to do!
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