Get the steaksauce ready......

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  1. Bro. Curtis

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    WASHINGTON — U.S. Special Forces killed Al Qaeda's No. 2 terror mastermind in Iraq, Defense Department officials said.

    FOX News has confirmed that Abu Azzam, who was believed to have been in charge of the financing of terrorist cells in the war-torn country, was killed during a raid in Baghdad early Monday morning Iraq time. Azzam is thought to be the top deputy to Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, Iraq's most wanted terrorist.

    Azzam is the latest in a series of top Zarqawi deputies that have been killed or captured by coalition forces in recent months. Zarqawi's Al Qaeda in Iraq group has taken responsibility for some of the country's most horrific acts of terror including car bombings, kidnappings and beheadings of Iraqi civilians and westerners.

    Earlier this month Zarqawi, a Sunni Muslim, pledged war on Iraqi Shiites in response to the U.S. and Iraqi military offensive on the town of Tal Afar near the Syrian border.

    The U.S. military said it is continuing to make progress dismantling Zarqawi's operations. Officials credit much of the success to the increasing number of tips coming from Iraqi civilians. A top U.S. commander in northwestern region of the country said that 80 percent the terror network has been affected by coalition operations in his region.
     
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    I'm telling you that the beef industry is really loving me since the War on Terror began. Woo-HOO! Somebody pass the A-1.

    Joseph Botwinick [​IMG]
     
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    I don't understand. Steak sauce????
     
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    But, I thought there were no terrorists in Iraq?
     
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    Of course there are terrorists in Iraq...albeit one less today. [​IMG]

    Joseph Botwinick
     
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    Joe you traitor ;) sucking up the Kings steak sauce. ;) Now its French Canadian owned but Kraft does the American side.

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    1824-1831

    In a time when a kings palate was supreme. Henderson William Brand, chef to England's King George IV, creates a special sauce for the king's table. The king is so impressed with the new sauce, he proclaims it "A1".


    1831

    H.W. Brand knowing that he had a great idea leaves the palace walls and starts Brand & Co. where he begins to manufacture meat extracts and essences.


    1850

    Being a great culinary master, but not a businessman, Brand goes bankrupt and has to sell his business to his friend, W.H. Withall. Knowing that Brands products are the best, Withall continues to do business under the Brand & Co. name.


    1862

    Steak Sauce is entered at the International Exposition in London, England. The sauce is again proclaimed "A1" . The sauce with its royal beginnings is on its way to be the most famous steak sauce in North America.


    1873

    Withall decides to sell Brand & Co. to Dence and Mason. Brand re-enters the picture claiming trademark infringements. Legal battles will continue for another eight years until Dence and Mason agree to place Brand on an annuity and purchase Brand & Co. The steak sauce is now officially called A1 Steak Sauce®.


    1890's

    A1 Steak Sauce® continues to win peoples hearts and awards at International Expositions in London and Paris.


    1895

    The A1 Steak Sauce® trademarks are registered in North America.


    Early 1900's

    A1 Steak Sauce® begins to makes its way to North American dinner tables.


    1931

    A1 Steak Sauce® makes it way in to Canada, and on peoples food.


    1970's

    Consumers realize that A1 Steak Sauce® is not just a sauce for steak, but for a variety of other meats and vegetables.


    1990's

    Steaks and steak houses are back in vogue and so is A1 Steak Sauce®.


    July 28th, 1999

    Renée's Gourmet Foods Inc., makers of Renée's Gourmet™ Salad Dressings and Sauces purchases A1 Steak Sauce® Renée's Gourmet Foods Inc. begins to refocus this sauce back to its "Royal Roots".

    Oddly, A1 sauce contains raisins. As recently as the 1990s, it contained anchovies, but currently does not.

    You would think a patriot would buy Ameirican
    but noooooooooooooooooooooooooo! perhaps it is
    because of a certain label. ;) &lt;gig&gt;

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    ;)now everytime you take a bite out of that steak Joe you will think of good King George and
    the French. [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  7. Joseph_Botwinick

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    Only one problem with that, Aslan. From what I understand, the Heinz corporation does its share of outsourcing as well. Besides that, I like the taste of A-1 better. [​IMG]

    Joseph Botwinick
     
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    You can run, but you can't hide . . .
     
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    I guess I'm with Hillclimber on this one.
    What is the steaksause for?
    If there is going to be a Terrorist Bar-B-que, I don't think that they make enough steak sauce to make one of them stringy little fellas taste very good.
     
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    It's a joke. Mr Botwinick enjoys himself a nice steak dinner every time a terrorist is killed.

    BTW, very funny post.
     
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    Thanks. Looks like Joseph is the man with the plan, I can't think of a better reason to have steak.
     
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    Of course, Joseph also chooses to eat steak even when we don't kill a terrorist.

    I ate 3 bacon wrapped filet mignon's on Friday night. The hurricane was supposed to hit during the night, so we cooked a lot of the frozen meats.

    My brother grilled them on the pit after marinating them.

    Boy, that was some goooooooooooooood stuff!!!!!!

    Will that last me for the next 2 dead terrorists as well, or should I eat more steak in wake of their deaths? :D

    Any excuse to eat a big burned piece of animal flesh. yum, yum, yum.....
     
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    At the current rate of resupply the terrorists have had since we invaded Iraq Joseph, I would suggest diet A-1. You could end up looking like the Goodyear blimp by the time we've killed all the terrorists willing to step up to be leaders. [​IMG]
     
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    The slain Abu Azzam may not have been Zarqawi’s top deputy after all. Will his death have any effect on the Iraq insurgency?

    By Michael Isikoff and Mark Hosenball
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    Updated: 7:23 p.m. ET Sept. 29, 2005
    Sept. 28, 2005 - U.S. intelligence officials and counterterrorism analysts are questioning whether a slain terrorist—described by President Bush today as the “second-most-wanted Al Qaeda leader in Iraq”—was as significant a figure as the Bush administration is claiming.

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  18. Bro. Curtis

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    Who cares if he's #2, or #20000000002 ? He was fighting with terrorists, and now he's dead.

    Yay!!!!!

    I noticed a lot of words like "may", and "not quite". I'm thinking he was a bad guy.
     
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    I think if the Bush administration pointed to the body of an 11 year old sheepherder from Timbukto and said it was Al Zarqawi you guys would fall all over yourselves and eat a whole cow. Don't Bogart the A-1! [​IMG]
     
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    We are fond of saying "you can run, but you will just die tired". Enjoy one of those steaks for me Joseph! It is MRE's for me for a while. Sigh.
     

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