TF2 LOLdoubts – FAT SCOUT (Shotgun, Fists of Steel) – TF2 Loadouts [Episode 7] by shlaner

Episode 7’s loadout is the “Fat Scout” which is the heavy weapons guy running around with a shotgun only. No minigun. I ended up using the Fists of Steel for the first time while using this loadout and ended up liking it. This loadout was fun, but obviously not suggested if you want to help you team… Enjoy. Don’t forget to leave a comment with your loadout suggestion! -shlaner Keep in touch with me by adding or following me: Join the STEAM COMMUNITY GROUP Want to rent a low ping TF2 (or other) gameserver? Click here for 20% off! Follow me on TWITTER Subscribe on REDDIT Subscribe on YOUTUBE Like my page on FACEBOOK Add me to your circles on GOOGLE+ Donate to my channel! loadouts tf2 loadouts loldoubts team fortress 2 loadouts loadouts tf2 best tf2 loadouts funny tf2 loadouts worst tf2 loadout

Food: My Addiction to Girl Scout Cookies

www.Alfred.TV READ ME FIRST A neighbor was kinda enough to drop off a box of Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies post-Church at 8 AM today, SuperBowl Sunday 2008. She things she was doing me a favor. Little does she know that I can’t eat “just one” of ANYTHING. And so, the beginning of the demise of a healthy eating program for 2008, which I have indeed been following. So, what’s YOUR favorite flavor Girl Scout Cookie? Leave a comment, or post a video response. Go Giants! Ifyou’d like to receive alerts to interesting articles as well as updates on my latest videos and live webcasts, then please subscribe to my microblog on Twitter! Bookmark my uStream page for future live webcasts If you’d like to Email me, use the link below Please visit my sponsors: http Enjoy the video! Warm regards, Alfred www.Alfred.TV

Meal planning for cub scout weekend campout?

Question by Indiana Jones: Meal planning for cub scout weekend campout?
Please help with meal planning for cub scout weekend campout! I need help with the food list including quantities. There will be 34 people total kids and adults.

The requirements are:
1.Real Cheap
2.Easy to fix (camp stove only)
3.Kids can prepare
4.Compact to haul

The meals are:

Late evening “cracker barrel” snack

Late evening “cracker barrel” snack


Best answer:

Answer by depp_lover
I hope these ideas help


1 apple, sliced, cored, keep skins on
2 tbsp. coconut
2 to 3 dates, chopped
2 tbsp. chopped walnuts
2 tbsp. brown sugar
2 tbsp. butter
A few mini marshmallows

Combine all in foil packages, set around coals of camp fire and cook 30 to 40 minutes turning every so often, let cool 15 minutes before eating.


1 stick or roasting fork
1 paper sack
1 strip of bacon
1 egg

Place piece of bacon in bottom of small paper lunch sack. Extend over coals of camp fire or charcoal fire using stick or roasting fork. Be careful not to let bottom of sack touch the coals. As bacon cooks the bottom of the sack will be coated with bacon grease. When bacon is almost cooked, break egg into sack. Continue holding sack over coals. When egg is cooked, peel back top of sack and eat out of the bag.


6 uncooked med. potatoes
1/2 c. thinly sliced onions
1/4 c. oil
1 tsp. salt
1/8 tsp. pepper

Prepare 20 charcoal briquettes until they are white hot.
Slice or cube potatoes. Add onions. Heat oil in skillet. Add potatoes and onions and fry over medium heat until golden brown. Turn potatoes and onions frequently until they are well browned. Season with salt and pepper. Makes 4 servings.

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