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  • JSam21
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    As long as she shuts her mouth and lets me watch the game... its all good.


    Sorry Utah

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  • Ron Jessee
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    yeah if you're turned on by 150K per year bleach blondes driving a Mercedes that are surgically attached to their blackberry.

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  • JSam21
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    Yes Panara is very snobish. I have seen Kansas City Bread Co. and it was set up the exact same way as they are here in St. Louis. I remember going there for lunch in high school. There was no better place to troll for the fairer sex than there.


    Ahhh thoes were the days.

    Now all this SPAM talk is going to make me have to go buy a can on my way home from work in the morning.

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  • Ron Jessee
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    Originally posted by integrator97 View Post
    I had Kangaroo once. Guess it wasn't medium rare, cause I thought I'd never get it chewed up
    so THATS where my dress shoes went...

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  • integrator97
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    I had Kangaroo once. Guess it wasn't medium rare, cause I thought I'd never get it chewed up

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  • Ron Jessee
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    THAT at least sounds good. nice and bad for you

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  • big_d
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    Well down here in Australia. I would have to say Kanagroo. Yum! It is a nice meat although a bit gamey in taste. Best served Medium rare other wise it gets tuff.

    Also my home town of Aldgate.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aldgate%2C_South_Australia


    Does aldgate pies. Which is a pie with baccon, ham, egg, spinich, tomato and some other stuff. Yum!

    Thanks

    Duncan

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  • Blade Runner
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    Originally posted by hrdickinson View Post
    Since, in Houston it must be a requirement to have lined up a Mexican restaurant in order to get a building permit for a strip mall, I believe that Mexican food has to be it for us!
    What he said...Although, being Texas and all, B-B-Q!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Rooney
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    The Garlic festival is in Gilroy just south of San Jose.

    Tucson food,
    Mexican (I'll bet you wouldn't have guessed that)

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  • Ron Jessee
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    isnt there a place near there that has a garlic festival? MAN i have to go there I'm a garlic fiend

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  • alamedaad
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    Vacaville, CA back in the early 1900s was the worlds largest producer of onions. Until about five years ago they had the Onion Festival in August and made onion rings the size of dinner plates, onion ice cream, and various other dishes.

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  • N. A. Corbier
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    Israelis use pork as a method of protecting personnel and facilities from Muslim and radical Israeli terrorist attacks. Rabbis have specifically authorized certain IDF and security forces personnel to handle pork for the purposes of protection.

    Hang up sealed containers of pork blood or meat at entrance points, possible blast points, etc.

    The terrorist may think twice about having his remains defiled by pig product after his detonation mixes the two.

    They also intern pig by-product with Muslim terrorist graves, which achieves a deterrence and psychological victory.

    No clue if it works.

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  • Ron Jessee
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    JSAM you're a guy after my own heart. SPAM is GI food of the gods. About the strangest use I've seen for spam is a youtube video of a contractor dipping his .223 rounds in the fatty brine. I don't think thats a good idea personally, even if it had an actual purpose other than ticking off muslim viewers, which I don't care for to begin with.
    Last edited by Ron Jessee; 09-17-2007, 03:27 PM. Reason: clarity

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  • N. A. Corbier
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    Panera Bread is pretentious, but so is Starbucks. I don't mind either, and like Panera Bread's various ... bread items.

    I was informed by someone who was ministering in St. Louis that Panera Bread is the St. Louis Bread Company, but never knew that they had other "City Name" Bread Companies.

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  • JSam21
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    The "Insert Your City Here" Bread Co is all over the place. Its owned by St. Louis based Panara Breads. Yes it is very very very trendy but God bless the person that makes that Chicken Salad.

    Imo's i'm not a big fan of. Now Cecil Whittikers is the place to go for the STL Style pizza.

    And hell don't be talking down about SPAM. That is one of my guilty pleasures. Fry up a can. Scramble a dozen eggs and you got yourself a meal fit for a king.

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