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10-23-2015, 11:50 AM   #20341
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Got me a picture of a slice of "Cheese" it could help keep the livE hociR away!


Very nice. Excellent exposure.

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What ?! You cannot Google it ...

Many Amazon vendors that will send them in brown paper cartons.
Un freaking believable!
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I wanted to like this one twice.
So did I, so I'll just give your re-post of it a like.
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Of course, that won't save me from the dreaded hociR - it will certainly be in my carry-on all the way on my three-stage 21 hour flight


And will that flight be on the wings of the Best, or the wings of some French plane?

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So did I, so I'll just give your re-post of it a like.


Why thank you!
10-23-2015, 12:16 PM   #20346
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Gouda? No, I won't smoke that weird Dutch stuff!

I prefer a nice Comté, or a Manchego Viejo on special occasions.
OK. I can under stand that ...

And just as a piece of advice ... eh, from a friend I know ... don't snort that blue cheese stuff.

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O. M. G. ...

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As for quiet, my employer is currently conducting a research project where he is trying to find out if it is actually possible to kill his employee purely by increasing the workload. I'm fairly certain he is getting close to succeed.

Hope I'll survive just one more week. Then my date of execution will be pushed a few weeks into the future by a belated summer vacation
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My employer has a similar project, except they are trying to find out if prolonged exposure to increasing levels of dumb will kill you. It's sort of like Alzheimers, only from the outside in.


It is my suspicion that my current employer invented this practice back in 1968.

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OK. I can under stand that ...

And just as a piece of advice ... eh, from a friend I know ... don't snort that blue cheese stuff.
Oh my.

Laughing.

Can't

stop.
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And will that flight be on the wings of the Best, or the wings of some French plane?
If it's not Boeing, I'm not going!
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And will that flight be on the wings of the Best, or the wings of some French plane?
Dude ... it's a European thing. Just that final assembly is in the BEST location. A very cool plant to visit ...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Itin%C3%A9raire_%C3%A0_Grand_Gabarit

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And will that flight be on the wings of the Best, or the wings of some French plane?
A nice mix, it seems.

First leg on a 737-700.

The second leg, the long one, with a pan-European jigsaw puzzle (A340-300).

Then a hop on the Wings of the Best, as you call them, the mighty, err, Embraer RJ135

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It is my suspicion that my current employer invented this practice back in 1968.
(this conflicts with my previous post, but I think it's a universal phenomenon)
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A nice mix, it seems.

First leg on a 737-700.

The second leg, the long one, with a pan-European jigsaw puzzle (A340-300).

Then a hop on the Wings of the Best, as you call them, the mighty, err, Embraer RJ135

Need to get a Bombardier in there somewhere...
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A nice mix, it seems.

First leg on a 737-700.

A nice, smaller single aisle plane built in Renton, WA.

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The second leg, the long one, with a pan-European jigsaw puzzle (A340-300).


Oui! Oui!


I speak French.


Cul de sac?

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Then a hop on the Wings of the Best, as you call them, the mighty, err, Embraer RJ135



Wow.


A tiny puddle jumper.
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