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About becoming a 'flamer'

About becoming a 'flamer'

A flamer in the early 19th century meaning of the word, "glaringly conspicuous." A flamer in the 20th century morphing of the term to "glaringly homosexual." A glaringly conspicuous homosexual. I was not man enough to grill.

I can stir-fry. I can braise. I can assemble a pasta from a nearly bare cupboard. I have never been adept at directing live fire, though. The finished skewer or patty of meat, whether a kebab or a patty or a link, is regularly the incorrect temperature.

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