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Could be both, ya know... [:p]

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I'm resigned to believe that a residue of lysergic acid diethylamide caused a crossed image to be imbedded into my frontal lobe. This would account for the years of sour hot dogs and failed baking soda volcanoes.

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How about this: Captain and coke, grilled hot dogs on potato rolls, and some old bay style chips? My favorite.
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I'm resigned to believe that a residue of lysergic acid diethylamide caused a crossed image to be imbedded into my frontal lobe. This would account for the years of sour hot dogs and failed baking soda volcanoes.
Just be glad the image isn't of eels...


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Snips lunch
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Pour the following into an iced 1L stein.

-17 oz Jack Daniels chilled
-16.8140226 oz of chilled Coke

Sit in the sun and enjoy.


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Can you believe some of the best fish and chips I ever had was in the King's Arms,Santa Monica? How emarrassing!![8D]

Did you mean the Kings Head on Santa Monica Blvd ?

Did you mean embarrassing ?


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I'm resigned to believe that a residue of lysergic acid diethylamide caused a crossed image to be imbedded into my frontal lobe. This would account for the years of sour hot dogs and failed baking soda volcanoes.
Just be glad the image isn't of eels...


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Can you believe some of the best fish and chips I ever had was in the King's Arms,Santa Monica? How emarrassing!![8D]

Did you mean the Kings Head on Santa Monica Blvd ?

Did you mean embarrassing ?


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Yes-The perfectly correct name is 'Ye Olde King's Head', 116 Santa Monica Blvd., 213-451-1402 .The funny thing is,I lived on Sta. Monica/Bundy and frequented the place on a regular basis.We used to refer to it just as 'The King's' or 'The King's Bollocks'
You may not be aware that there are thousands of pubs with similar names in England,virtually on every High Street.The closest pub to where I am now is in fact The King's Arms.The reason for the proliferation of such names is originally historical,namely a Landlord would declare his loyalty to the Crown by erecting a sign with the royal coat of arms depicted,or a likeness of the King's head.This was necessary as the majority of the population were unable to read or write.Over the years,this original concept became blurred and names such as 'The Baker's arms' were introduced and illustrated with a jolly red-faced baker,his well deveolped bread kneading forearms prominently displayed.So we Brits,famous for our lavatorial humour and laziness freqently attach suffixes such as testicles,arse or bollocks or leave the body part off altogether.

With further reference to our innate laziness,at 3.44 am,whilst lying in bed with a fever and working with a cranky £5 keyboard I did indeed miss the 'B' from the word 'embarrassing'.Thank you for pointing this out and I trust it didn't take you too long to comprehend the meaning of my post.

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I'm resigned to believe that a residue of lysergic acid diethylamide caused a crossed image to be imbedded into my frontal lobe. This would account for the years of sour hot dogs and failed baking soda volcanoes.
Just for you I called the Coleman's of Norwich customer care line this morning.They confirm that vinegar has never been a retail product for their company.

When I was a kid,the only branded and ubiquitous vinegar was Sarson's.It was sold in a fluted bottle with a white screw cap,maroon at the top,tranparent at the bottom to show off its rich brown colour.They were kind enough to include a squirty nozzle to enable one's chips to be thoroughly strafed with the pungent elixr.This is one of those rare products that might be unashamedly found everywhere from the 'Greasy Spoon' to the Savoy Grill Room.
Then some poncey chefs started wittering about Balsamic,Sherry or Cider vinegars and Sarsons's position became threatened.However,some creative boffin discovered that it is a useful repellent against radical muslims and sales are on the up again-Hoorah![;)]
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RE: Extremely simple recipes

Place a fairly good sized hamburger patty on aluminum foil, salt & pepper, stack on the hamburger.
One whole potato sliced 1/4 inch thin
Four slices of bacon (thick) criss crossed
Huge chunk of butter
Purple onione sliced
Garlic (to taste)

Fold the foil over the entire thing and make a pouch (not tight on the food)

Bake in oven at 350 for about an hour.
Open end of pouch, let sit for 5 minutes
Chow down.
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