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03-19-2018, 05:30 PM - 1 Like   #45196
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Had some "Old Crock" extra sharp cheese and crackers last night. Was preety good,
Could have been even better if I had some Victoria Bitters to wash them down with.
any type of real cheese good

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imitation cheese bad very bad

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imitation cheese bad very bad
Velveeta, anyone?
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Velveeta, anyone?
velveeta


" From hell's heart I stab at thee; for hate's sake I spit my last breath at thee. Ye damned fake cheese. "

slight misquote there but the sentiment is legitimate
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Don't want to disrupt with gear talk but...
I just love using the K1000, it's so simple. All there is to think about - aperture, shutter speed, and focus - makes it a joy to shoot. Only taken 7 photos, but using films means I ensure every shot count. I can easily see myself selling all my kit, except for the K1000 and M40/2.8, then maybe purchase some other M primes - and using only that.

Ok, back to topic.
I had an AMAZING lamb leg for dinner - the meat was perfect! Unfortunately it was the last one left in the freezer. I think we'll need to get some more baby sheep to raise - and then eat!

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Don't want to disrupt with gear talk but...
I just love using the K1000, it's so simple. All there is to think about - aperture, shutter speed, and focus - makes it a joy to shoot. Only taken 7 photos, but using films means I ensure every shot count. I can easily see myself selling all my kit, except for the K1000 and M40/2.8, then maybe purchase some other M primes - and using only that.

Ok, back to topic.
I had an AMAZING lamb leg for dinner - the meat was perfect! Unfortunately it was the last one left in the freezer. I think we'll need to get some more baby sheep to raise - and then eat!
rumor has it

if you allow two of the lambs, the right types of course, y to grow to maturity, you will end up with more lambs

not sure if it is two whites, two blacks or one black and one white type
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Don't want to disrupt with gear talk but...
I just love using the K1000, it's so simple. All there is to think about - aperture, shutter speed, and focus - makes it a joy to shoot. Only taken 7 photos, but using films means I ensure every shot count. I can easily see myself selling all my kit, except for the K1000 and M40/2.8, then maybe purchase some other M primes - and using only that.

Ok, back to topic.
I had an AMAZING lamb leg for dinner - the meat was perfect! Unfortunately it was the last one left in the freezer. I think we'll need to get some more baby sheep to raise - and then eat!
Hush. Cheese is speaking!
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rumor has it if you allow two of the lambs, the right types of course, y to grow to maturity, you will end up with more lambs not sure if it is two whites, two blacks or one black and one white type
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Cheese


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velveeta


" From hell's heart I stab at thee; for hate's sake I spit my last breath at thee. Ye damned fake cheese. "

slight misquote there but the sentiment is legitimate
I like the quote... you might consider giving it a spin though.
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Put that on a slice of good bread... Yes sir!
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QuoteOriginally posted by Ex Finn. Quote
I like the quote... you might consider giving it a spin though.
oh

i have had Velveeta a few times in my life

I just don't confuse it with cheese
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oh

i have had Velveeta a few times in my life

I just don't confuse it with cheese
But of-course.
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Cheese and crackers, only thing missing is pickled herring.
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good loaf of pumpernickel would go nice with

some rare roast beef

cheese and good dark mustard

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