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08-20-2016, 04:07 PM   #28666
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QuoteOriginally posted by Rupert:
...... Velveeta cheese.
Are you familiar with the word "oxymoron"?

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Gear talk!
Indeed. We need more gear talk.. like we need more cowbell.
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Oh yeah! It was delicious!



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Are you familiar with the word "oxymoron"?
I don't get it? But I'm in great company of billions worldwide!
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QuoteOriginally posted by Rupert Quote
Tonight some BLT with sharp cheddar
One has to assume this was Velveeta Sharp Cheddar?
Hope you didn't go rogue on us real processed cheese lovers.



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I don't get it? But I'm in great company of billions worldwide!
Ah, the "30 billion flies can't be wrong" argument?

I guess that's why all of us here shoot Canon, right?

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One has to assume this was Velveeta Sharp Cheddar?
Hope you didn't go rogue on us real processed cheese lovers.
Something inside me just died - I think it was the last desperate shriveled hope I had for the human race
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Oh, oh, oh, I just found the vehicle for Racer. It's parked near the landside stop of our ferry during the festival going on this week.

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QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote
One has to assume this was Velveeta Sharp Cheddar?
Hope you didn't go rogue on us real processed cheese lovers.
I admit it was from a block of Aldis sharp cheddar ($1.69) but if you look again that cheese on the bottom is pure Velveeta......it just wouldn't be a BLT without Velveeta. My Mom would disown me without it!
I blame Mrs Rupert anyhow...she demanded the sharp cheddar....and we all know she has no food expertise.

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Oh, oh, oh, I just found the vehicle for Racer. It's parked near the landside stop of our ferry during the festival going on this week.

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Is that in Pakistan?
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Something inside me just died
Gnaw on a chunk of the V it has restorative powers!
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QuoteOriginally posted by Racer X 69 Quote
Is that in Pakistan?
Almost. Well, at least it's on the same continent.
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Gnaw on a chunk of the V it has restorative powers!
I would rather have some of that Ratol you Velveetists rate so highly
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Gnaw on a chunk of the V it has restorative powers!
Spaghetti for lunch...I'll melt in a big chink of Velveeta and a good dose of Rotel to make up for my few slices of cheddar. If it makes any difference, the two little slices of cheddar on that plate went to Mrs Rupert....a sharp cheddar lover.

There is nothing particularly wrong with some cheddar once in a while, it just isn't as satisfying or nutritious as Velveeta. Just look at the long ingredient list in Velveeta and you can see that they cut no corners to give you all you deserve, where on the cheddar they cheat you with only 3-4 ordinary ingredients.

Heck, I can get some milk,salt, enzymes and stir them up in a glass and have some liquid cheddar. Not so with Velveeta, where it takes a big factory and hundreds of workers to get all those nutritious ingredients blended just right.

If my Mom was here she would set some of you guys straight in a hurry about Velveeta. You would not want to argue with my Mom....I can tell you from experience!
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Almost. Well, at least it's on the same continent.


If not Pakistan then where?




This one professes an affinity for Pakistan.


https://flic.kr/p/KnTR8G
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QuoteOriginally posted by Racer X 69 Quote
If not Pakistan then where?




This one professes an affinity for Pakistan.


https://flic.kr/p/KnTR8G
The vehicle is most decidedly from Pakistan, but it's now a resident of Norway. The lorry is actually owned by the Norwegian Museum of Cultural History - I suppose in order to show the cultural history of some of our immigrants as well as of those of us who've got ancestors of a less adventurous disposition.
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