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Old 07-02-2006, 05:40 PM   #21
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Ace is the place - all praise be to expandible BBQ grate thingys - some lava rock - toss the old fake brickets.

95 degrees in the shade, no wind.

T bone, potato salad and cold veggies/ garlic dip - IN DA A/C!

Wuss?? Ya you rite!

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Re: threadjack - no tangential thinking
Old 07-02-2006, 06:37 PM   #22
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Re: threadjack - no tangential thinking

OK,
What were we to do with this thread?
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Presuming we're all actually here.
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If it tastes like butter, but it's not, it's Chiffon.
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I just got back from Manhattan. Walked all over, my legs are looking buff.
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Weihenstephan. Encouraging tangential thinking since 1040 A.D.

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Funny thread...but doesn't seem much different than all the others...
That's because life imitates art imitating life. The strangest case for me was watching the beginning bank robbery sequence in SWAT. There were the mask gunmen toting AK-47s with drum magazines exactly like in the real BoA robbery just a few years ago. The perps of that BoA robbery had watched Heat repeatedly for inspiration. Strange, eh?
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I just watched "five little monkeys jumpin' on the bed" for the fourteenth time today.
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