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Old 09-15-2010, 12:13 PM   #81
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Maybe if they filled the plane up to chest level with that stuff they put Vienna Sausages in....
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Maybe if they filled the plane up to chest level with that stuff they put Vienna Sausages in....
What is that stuff? And are you talking about the viscous liquid or the scary whitish stuff around the top?

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Great idea, Fuego. The airlines can even stick us to the ceiling. Added capacity, ya know?
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If they use the "Japanese Method", the stand up seats would be unnecessary...

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If they use the "Japanese Method"
Unbelievable.
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If they use the "Japanese Method", the stand up seats would be unnecessary...
This helps explain the suicide rate.
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Just watching that video made me claustrophobic.
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Just watching that video made me claustrophobic.
True, but heaven on earth for a frottage fan.

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Me too. I had to google it. Ha has provided me with a unique education
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Hang on folks, it's (perhaps unfortunately) a bottomless well.

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Here is a job that would lead to extreme ER. View on an empty stomach.

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Lady Gaga's meat dress

Did Lady Gaga really wear slabs of meat as a dress? - The Globe and Mail

I'll have mine BBQ'd with a baked potato and salad on the side.....
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Strong guys with very sure step and no fear. Very impressive.
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Does this mean no midnight buffet?

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BALTIMORE – Call it Zombies 101. The University of Baltimore is offering a new class on the undead.

The course is being taught by Arnold Blumberg, the author of a book on zombie movies, "Zombiemania," and the curator of Geppi's Entertainment Museum, which focuses on American pop culture.
Students taking English 333 will watch 16 classic zombie films and read zombie comics. As an alternative to a final research paper they may write scripts or draw storyboards for their ideal zombie flicks.
The university isn't the first to have a class on the undead. Columbia College in Chicago has offered a course on Zombies in popular media for years, and at Simpson College in Iowa students spent the spring semester writing a book on "The History of the Great Zombie War."

A class to die for: Zombies 101 at U. Baltimore - Yahoo! News
Out of state students are charged $8.5k per semester. In state only $3.7k per semester. A bargain. No wonder people ask if the american dream is ending...
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Meal at Brooklyn Kitchen might bug you: caterpillars, mealworms and moth larvae are o

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Most restaurants try to keep bugs out of the kitchen. One Brooklyn foodie hot spot is putting them on the menu. The Brooklyn Kitchen is hosting a four-course dinner of creepy-crawlies on Saturday for adventurous eaters with iron stomachs. Diners at the Williamsburg cook shop are shelling out $85 to feast on caterpillars, mealworms and moth larvae, all done up Mexican-style. Meal at Brooklyn Kitchen might bug you: caterpillars, mealworms and moth larvae are on the menu
No report yet on how it turned out.

Hmmm, a restaurant in Blooklyn - I wonder where they found the bugs
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Out of state students are charged $8.5k per semester. In state only $3.7k per semester. A bargain. No wonder people ask if the american dream is ending...
Wish there had been a zombie class when I went to college. Would have beat some the the lame electives I ended up taking. I'm sure I would have aced it since I'm a big zombie movie fan. Zombies are second only to vampires in my horror book
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