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About TheKSPBeginner

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  • Interests Memes, Pixar, and Psychology

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  1. TheKSPBeginner

    The user below me...

    No. The user below me has to log in everytime they comment.
  2. TheKSPBeginner

    Shower thoughts

    Go home
  3. there's a Zim movie coming soon

    1. Just Jim

      Just Jim

      I know!!! Someone told me a couple days ago, and I can't wait!!! 

      He's back.... lmao....


  4. TheKSPBeginner

    I'm joining the Squad Team!!!

    I come back and this. Good job.
  5. TheKSPBeginner

    Talk like Up-Goer Five

    A rocket uses fuel to go to space and do research
  6. Don't do that ever again.
  7. TheKSPBeginner

    Just came home from Florida

    yes. i'm near there. Anyways, let's talk about PICTURES, not RACING.
  8. TheKSPBeginner

    Just came home from Florida

    2 to 3 pounds beef, pork, venison, lamb or chicken, cut into small cubes, at most 1-inch square Kosher salt and black pepper, to taste PREPARATION Make the marinade: Whisk together all the ingredients in a large bowl. Add the meat to the marinade and cover tightly, or place into large, re-sealable plastic bags and refrigerate for 24 to 36 hours (or 10 to 12 hours for chicken). Build a fire in your grill, leaving about 1/3 of grill free of coals, or set a gas grill to high. Remove the meat from its marinade and thread onto metal skewers, or wooden ones that you have soaked in water for 30 minutes or so. The chunks can be placed quite close together. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. When coals are covered with gray ash and fire is still quite high (you can hold your hand 5 inches above coals for only a couple of seconds), place the skewers of meat directly over the flames. Allow the meat to cook, undisturbed, for approximately 3 to 4 minutes, then use kitchen tongs to turn them over and repeat on the other side. Continue turning the skewers every couple of minutes until the meat is deeply crisp at its edges, and cooked entirely through, approximately another 5 to 7 minutes. (Remove them to the cool side of the grill if they begin to burn, and cover the grill to allow them to smoke-roast until finished; this is much less likely to happen on a gas grill.) Allow the spiedies to rest on a cutting board for a few minutes, then remove the meat from the skewers onto cut hero rolls or a plate. Serve with hot sauce on the side. there ya go, fresh F1 thingies anyways, pictures still coming soon
  9. TheKSPBeginner

    King of the Hill

    Ambush! SpongeBob's hill. u like patties?
  10. TheKSPBeginner

    Ban the user above you!

    Banned for pooping
  11. TheKSPBeginner

    Derail this Thread

  12. TheKSPBeginner

    The Ctrl+V thread!

    mine too
  13. TheKSPBeginner

    What country are you from?

  14. TheKSPBeginner

    Just came home from Florida

    I went to KSC