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  1. Posts : 7,538
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       #1041

    Ah it was chips was it Ted not bricks, at least I gave Dinesh a laugh even if I did get it wrong.
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  2. Posts : 22,814
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       #1042

    Joan Archer said:
    Ah it was chips was it Ted not bricks, at least I gave Dinesh a laugh even if I did get it wrong.


    It's all good, Joan! :)
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  3. Posts : 7,538
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    Bare Foot Kid said:
    Here you go Joan, have some Buffalo Chips!

    I love it!!
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       #1045

    LOL. Alright, it's chip. I wonder why it's called buffalo brick in the first place

    EDIT: i missed BFK pictures. That was Buffalo Chips .
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       #1046

    kucing13 said:
    LOL. Alright, it's chip. I wonder why it's called buffalo brick in the first place

    EDIT: i missed BFK pictures. That was Buffalo Chips .

    They look more like bricks but a "chip" is old "American" for pooh.
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  7. Posts : 11,991
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       #1047

    Joan Archer said:
    Ah it was chips was it Ted not bricks, at least I gave Dinesh a laugh even if I did get it wrong.
    Joan, as a side note, dried buffalo chips were widely used as fuel for fires by American Indians, cowboys, hunters and trappers in the old West.Now you are educated!
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  8. Posts : 11,840
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       #1048

    Dont forget they are also used in "chip" throwing contests too!
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  9. Posts : 18,408
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       #1049

    Buffalo Bagels?
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  10. Posts : 7,538
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       #1050

    CarlTR6 said:
    Joan Archer said:
    Ah it was chips was it Ted not bricks, at least I gave Dinesh a laugh even if I did get it wrong.
    Joan, as a side note, dried buffalo chips were widely used as fuel for fires by American Indians, cowboys, hunters and trappers in the old West.Now you are educated!
    Oh I knew that Carl and the native Indians only killed them when they needed to and used most everything from a kill to survive.:)
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