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03-20-2015, 01:51 PM   #15706
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QuoteOriginally posted by Racer X 69 Quote
Yeah!


That bridge I cross every day on the way to The World's Largest Building started to look like a good place to, well, um, you know how it is when your whole world is suddenly gone, right?


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So do you clock-in at the gate/door or half an hour later when you have walked to your work station?

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Now it's sounding like a party. Who's bringing drinks?


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Ha - in the time it takes Otis and his army to cross the ocean I'll have rallied the red squirrels of Scotland. I will have to intercept him and his landing force at the coast though, otherwise he might link up with the grey squirrels of Scotland who by now outnumber their red cousins by about 2:1.
lol, a whole bunch of drunk squirrels.
03-20-2015, 01:56 PM   #15708
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QuoteOriginally posted by Jean Poitiers Quote
I knew it. I knew it. Big P, you were once Belgian in another previous life.
I have a great grandfather who was an immigrant from Belgique. His citizenship papers show him renouncing all loyalty to "The King of the Belgiums". I guess that makes him an immigrant from Les Belgiques?

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Yeah!


That bridge I cross every day on the way to The World's Largest Building started to look like a good place to, well, um, you know how it is when your whole world is suddenly gone, right?
I felt the same way when they cancelled M.A.S.H.

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Red Robin has great onion rings, and their campfire dipping sauce is a mix of mayo and bbq sauce.
Add few dashes of hot sauce to kick it up a notch.
I've never eaten at Red Robin. I see the commercials & think I'd like to try them out. Maybe I should Google & find one close.

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I've never eaten at Red Robin. I see the commercials & think I'd like to try them out. Maybe I should Google & find one close.


You would still be hungry after eating a robin whatever colour it was.
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You would still be hungry after eating a robin whatever colour it was.
Guess I could always toss him in the squirrel dumplings.
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To commemorate this Awesome occasion and honor my Nordic bretheren, I bought a Volvo!! And no K-3's came with it!!
Being from Sweden, it should have come at least with a case of ABBA... No, not the band, this:Abba Pickled Herring | TotallySwedish
I love most of their flavors. Fork it out of the jar... yum.
Good for repelling Godzilla, vampires and hociR!
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There's always the chili cheeze fries at Tommy's here in Los Angeles. Fries weren't on the original menu and they didn't add them until after about 50 years. Some of the satellites may have had them sooner but not the original location. I usually don't bother with the fries but just get a couple burgers with everything and extra chili.



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QuoteOriginally posted by Not a Number Quote
There's always the chili cheeze fries at Tommy's here in Los Angeles. Fries weren't on the original menu and they didn't add them until after about 50 years. Some of the satellites may have had them sooner but not the original location. I usually don't bother with the fries but just get a couple burgers with everything and extra chili.



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Can`t go wrong with that, most of the key-ingredients seem to be there.
edit: NO Bacon Cheese Burger on the menu, whats up with that?
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Another damn cat! OK boys...time to make some kitty litter! Someone grab the Velveeta!


Regards!....& stop picking on my squirrels, most were poor little starving orphans in their youth...have a heart!
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Ha ha, I saw a kid putting mustard on her pizza once. I thought to myself I'll have to try that sometime, but not any time soon.
Hmm... I had mustard on my soft ice once. Yes, and tomato sauce. Yes, yes, you might think to yourself that you should try that, but no, you shouldn't. Really shouldn't. It's a bit like having sugar on popcorn. Not quite as bad, but still bad.
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But I have to ask, what is a "Corinth" anyway?
A city in Greece.


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Speaking of cheese.
Springfield, Illinois has it's famous horseshoe sandwich.
from Wiki:
It consists of thick-sliced toasted bread, most often Texas toast, a hamburger patty, French fries, and a "secret" cheese sauce.

Here's my version:

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Another damn cat!
Actually think he's mooning you!
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Speaking of cheese.
There is a What do you do for a living? thread in the General Talk section, I think it's about time you make a post about your experiences in the marketing department of Kraft Foods
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