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05-30-2014, 02:19 PM   #8791
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This cycle/circle ... ?! No hociR K-3 in sight ...
This is good, got the cheese, where is the Bacon?

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He did not have his Bacon before going on the job!

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Preview of the much anticipated hociR FF?



Rumor has it they're still working on cheese-lutefisk-pickled herring compatibility issues.
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Rumor has it they're still working on cheese-lutefisk-pickled herring compatibility issues.
Maybe the next flavor release will solve that incompatibility. Till then, I will rely on the good old Bacon-bits.
I mean, Lutefisk alone should repel K3....
BTW. Lutefisk and pickled herring injection should kill the Big Lizard in mid strive and therefore save Tokyo,

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Rumor has it they're still working on cheese-lutefisk-pickled herring compatibility issues.
What compatibility issues? :confused2:



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QuoteOriginally posted by JibbaJab Quote
Preview of the much anticipated hociR FF?



Rumor has it they're still working on cheese-lutefisk-pickled herring compatibility issues.
Do you mean to infer that "cheese-lutefisk-pickled herring" are somehow incompatible with bacon? Improbable, implausible and impossible. These comprise four of the major food groups ( sodium, cholesteral, saturated fatty acids and nitrites) for a healthy lifestyle. Or at least a happy lifestyle. Well, a lifestyle that your better half can seriously whine about which distracts them from complaining about your hobbies.

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P.S. Do not, I repeat, DO NOT look at B&H's current attempts to flog that ill-branded piece of equipment produced by a nameless firm in Tokyo.

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Lutefisk and pickled herring injection should kill the Big Lizard in mid strive and therefore save Tokyo,
But.

Does.

Tokyo.

Need.

Saving?
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Rumor has it they're still working on cheese-lutefisk-pickled herring compatibility issues

Jibbajab.
I'm not sure if you actually read all 8700+ posts, but judging by this comment, you have obviously got the gist of it!
Welcome to the thread.

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Jibbajab.
I'm not sure if you actually read all 8700+ posts, but judging by this comment, you have obviously got the gist of it!
Welcome to the thread.
Yes, indeed ... welcome to the clubhouse, Jibbajab.

More "pigs on the wing" ... Gonna go listen to some Floyd now ... Salut, J



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QuoteOriginally posted by karro Quote
... Jean, look closer, you can clearly see the outline of hociR, lurking behind these trees near the factory.
I knew it was "too good" to be true ... hociR is now everywhere ...

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More "pigs on the wing" ... Gonna go listen to some Floyd now ... Salut, J
This "Floyd"?



Oh! Oh! Look!

I just made the 8,800th post!

Woot! Woot!

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QuoteOriginally posted by Jean Poitiers Quote
Yes, indeed ... welcome to the clubhouse, Jibbajab.

More "pigs on the wing" ... Gonna go listen to some Floyd now ... Salut, J

...


Does anyone know the whole of the story about the loss of the inflatable flying pig when Pink Floyd released Animals?

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QuoteOriginally posted by Racer X 69 Quote
This "Floyd"?



Oh! Oh! Look!

I just made the 8,800th post!

Woot! Woot!


Racer, did you see it?
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Racer, did you see it?
See what?
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See what?


The allusion to the Pink Floyd publicity stunt that went a bit wrong in Jean's message before yours.
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But.

Does.

Tokyo.

Need.

Saving?
I guess that depends on your perspective...


Steve

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QuoteOriginally posted by Racer X 69 Quote
This "Floyd"?



Oh! Oh! Look!

I just made the 8,800th post!

Woot! Woot!
Sockeye Floyd?


Steve
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The allusion to the Pink Floyd publicity stunt that went a bit wrong in Jean's message before yours.
Oh snap!

I missed it.

I am ashamed.

It must be the livE hociR, working hard to suck me in.

QuoteOriginally posted by stevebrot Quote
I guess that depends on your perspective...

Well you know, Tokyo is much better than it was about 40 years ago, when the air pollution was so bad that traffic cops had to wear oxygen masks to avoid carbon monoxide poisoning. But from what I see it is still a big city with all the stuff that makes big cities not such great places.

Of course I am biased, living way out in the sticks and all. The quiet. The peacefulness. The deer grazing placidly in my yard, mere inches from the porch steps. The bald eagles nesting in the trees on the banks of the river that defines the Western boundary of my property, teaching their young to get fish from the river and catch the annoying little ankle biter mutt the neighbors have. The owls and hawks hunting for small furry critters in the field. The occasional cougar or bobcat that sneaks by.

Yep.

Godzilla can have Tokyo.

QuoteOriginally posted by stevebrot Quote
Sockeye Floyd?
You know how Humpies get pinkish/red when they return to their spawning ground to complete the cycle of their lives? This one was named Floyd. Ergo, "Pink" Floyd.

The picture is from a really great artist in Ketchikan, Ray Troll. Check out his "fin" art here: The Fin Art Of Ray Troll

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