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Old 11-23-2010, 02:45 PM   #141
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Old 11-23-2010, 04:29 PM   #142
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I wonder if any of the bystanders joined in during the choruses. I'd have been tempted to.
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I know its not Weds, but I couldn't think of a title to start a new thread.

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"The suspects allegedly managed to hide the goods, but apparently their plan wasn't fleshed out."

Is this guy an aspring comedy writer, or what?
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Dylan had the same problem in London a year or so ago. We always knew he was 'different'.
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Yes, but are they identical?

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I like cashew nuts. Do you? Ever wonder if they have a shell or what kind of tree they grow on? Wiki to the wescue! Cashew - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Weird.
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You scared me, I thought it must be a Canadian bank from the link. Weird Europeans!
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"only in Canada", you say?
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I like cashew nuts. Do you? Ever wonder if they have a shell or what kind of tree they grow on? Wiki to the wescue! Cashew - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Weird.
Everyone I know loves cashew nuts.
But I was kind of amazed that even though they come mainly from Brazil, I never saw one during the three years I lived there. My Brazilian friends told me that they were so valuable that they were all exported.

However, the cashew fruit (one fruit per nut), was not readily exportable, so you could get a glass of cashew juice at practically any juice bar, and juice bars were everywhere.

You could also buy cashew juice concentrate in small bottles in grocery stores, and mix up your own juice at home.

Frankly, it's what I would call "an acquired taste" and although I was able to choke it down by the time I left the country, it never appealed to me.

Weird, indeed.
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Comment: In a related story, "...a 20 year University of Alberta student can't figure out why he hasn't had a date in over a year".

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