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03-01-2014, 05:57 PM   #7006
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It is like the plague, it will get everyone eventually
Or it could be like the Zombies.
Makes me think hard about the purchase of K3.

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Makes me think hard about the purchase of K3.
It is worth it I assure you
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It is worth it I assure you
See, now you are starting to talk me to the dark side. The DARK side used to be CANIKON. Now we have enemy within
Is hociR good at stopping a bus?
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See, now you are starting to talk me to the dark side. The DARK side used to be CANIKON. Now we have enemy within
Is hociR good at stopping a bus?

Not stop it but the bus will swerve to miss hociR

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I cannot, cannot, CANNOT survive without caffeine ... been addicted for years and French bistro cafés don't help the situation ... talk about rocket fuel ! J
Cuban coffee is the same sort of fuel...explains a lot about certain aspects of life in Miami

Years and years ago I had to cut caffeine (doctor's orders, y'know). Did it gradually over about two or three weeks. I haven't eliminated it totally -- I do have one (um, large) regular brew before hitting the road for work, otherwise there would be some difficulty driving a long distance at oh-dark-thirty. I take my own thermos of decaf to work; the boss has been known -- I am not making this up! -- to brew office coffee with garlic in it. Only he knows why...
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Not stop it but the bus will swerve to miss hociR
Yes. The bus will try to avoid getting contaminated.
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Ughhh. That throbbing between the temples.
Indeed. And nothing for it, except more caffeine...
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Yes. The bus will try to avoid getting contaminated.
Could save your life, then you would have hociR to thank!

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Well, my co-workers have unanimously voted that I should give up cussing instead of caffeine. (I think they have PTSD from my last effort to quit caffeine!)
You can't do it cold turkey. Ugly, unpleasant. If you brew your own, get the decaf and gradually proportion it in. A few days 25/75 decaf/regular, a few days 50/50, then 75/25 before it's all decaf.
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. . . . . . and chocolate) . . . . . .
QuoteOriginally posted by Pioneer Quote
. . . . . . . . . or chocolate is something . . . . . .

We need a chocolate thread here.

Somewhere.

On.

This.

Forum.

Chocolate is everything.

Without it, the world is an empty and lonely place.
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Repeating myself (from another thread)...

Hand over the chocolate and nobody gets hurt...

Mr. Orchid describes the chocolate I prefer as "weapons grade"...
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I have a chocolate factory right down the road
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QuoteOriginally posted by Racer X 69 Quote
We need a chocolate thread here.

Somewhere.

On.

This.

Forum.

Chocolate is everything.

Without it, the world is an empty and lonely place.
Yes Sir.
If I was made to make a choice. Chocolate would be right there with Bacon, cheese, blood-pancakes, liver-casserole, pickled herring, rutabaga casserole and Valio yogurt.
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I have a chocolate factory right down the road
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Ghirardelli Chocolate Outlet and Ice Cream Shop - Lathrop, CA | Yelp


Ya, I dont have to drive far to get out of trouble
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