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12-17-2015, 02:25 PM   #21721
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QuoteOriginally posted by normhead Quote
Cause god knows, "meaningful discussions R US."
What ... ?!

You could not make that "R" appear bass-ackwards ...

Pretty lame.

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Given the nature of The Thread, we may have to (re)define 'meaningful'.
mean·ing·ful
ˈmēniNGfəl
adjective
having meaning.
"meaningful elements in a language"
synonyms: significant, relevant, important, consequential, telling, material, valid, worthwhile
"a meaningful remark"

having a serious, important, or useful quality or purpose.
"making our lives rich and meaningful"
synonyms: sincere, deep, serious, in earnest, significant, important
"a meaningful relationship"

any discussion taking place in WIWBAK-3 thread on pentaxforums.com

communicating something that is not directly expressed.
"meaningful glances and repressed passion"
synonyms: expressive, eloquent, pointed, significant, meaning;
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QuoteOriginally posted by Jean Poitiers Quote
What ... ?!

You could not make that "R" appear bass-ackwards ...

Pretty lame.
"Meaningful Discussions Я US"

Better?
12-17-2015, 03:02 PM   #21724
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QuoteOriginally posted by THoog Quote
"Meaningful Discussions Я US"

Better?
Yep ...

12-17-2015, 03:03 PM   #21725
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Here's my version:
That looks like Velveeta, and looks delicious!

I made broccoli and bacon casserole last night, and it called for 1/2 pound of Velveeta.....so I used a whole pound and it was superb.....I doubled the bacon too.....and put in two sprigs of broccoli to keep it healthy. I think Mrs Rupert got them...I never saw a one.
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QuoteOriginally posted by THoog Quote
"Meaningful Discussions Я US"

Better?
OK ... well, I was not going to mention this, but enough is enough ... !

" US " states for United States ... and that's very ego-centric ... you know that there is a world outside of "US" ... eh ?!
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QuoteOriginally posted by Jean Poitiers Quote
OK ... well, I was not going to mention this, but enough is enough ... !

" US " states for United States ... and that's very ego-centric ...
But I was quoting Norm, when he said "meaningful discussions R US". Maybe he was being sarcastic about the meaningful discussions of his southern neighbors?

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you know that there is a world outside of "US" ... eh ?!
We've heard rumors to that effect, but are required by law to ignore them.

EDIT: Can I change my answer to: "that's just something parents tell their children to scare them into behaving?"

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you know that there is a world outside of "US" ... eh ?!
Yeah but nobody goes there anymore, it's too crowded.
says Yogi

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Okay, now we have a definative answer.
According to member jpzk, the gravy always goes on last, allowing the curds to melt just a little.


It's amazing what you can learn here!

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QuoteOriginally posted by THoog Quote
meaningful discussions R US"
Unlike those other threads where people insult each other then the thread gets sent to the chair! Looks like another one bit the dust today!
This thread on the other hand is the refuge of all things bacon and squirrel!
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Looks like another one bit the dust today!
Yes, I noticed that too.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Parallax Quote
Okay, now we have a definative answer.
According to member jpzk, the gravy always goes on last, allowing the curds to melt just a little.


It's amazing what you can learn here!
Now I want poutine... do you guys know how bad that stuff is for you. A small amount has like 4 times your daily requirement of salt. Why is it stuff like that always tastes so much better than soy beans and stuff?

One of my canoeing buddies will spend his whole 10 day trip , fantasizing about the meal of poutine he's going to have when he gets out. For the rest of us it's cold beer. For him, it's poutine.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Parallax Quote
Okay, now we have a definative answer.
According to member jpzk, the gravy always goes on last, allowing the curds to melt just a little.


It's amazing what you can learn here!
That must have been an interesting PM conversation.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Joel B Quote
people insult each other then the thread gets sent to the chair!
I'd call it more of a mercy killing than execution.
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That must have been an interesting PM conversation.
If we could try it out both ways and see which was better.... all in the interest of science of course.
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