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Carnivore Animal, You Are A Cannibal
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Posted 6/1/12

LosingOrbit wrote:

Why are people so shocked about cannibalism? It's been happening for awhile.


Well, not in Maryland. I thought they were more known for their crab cakes.

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Is this The Road?? the world hasn't ended yet why are we starting to eat each other?
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FlyinDumpling wrote:

Is this The Road?? the world hasn't ended yet why are we starting to eat each other?


Great book.
Posted 6/1/12

Winterfells wrote:


FlyinDumpling wrote:

Is this The Road?? the world hasn't ended yet why are we starting to eat each other?


Great book.


I wish I could read.
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Winterfells wrote:


FlyinDumpling wrote:

Is this The Road?? the world hasn't ended yet why are we starting to eat each other?


Great book.


I wish I could read.
The movie is going to come out in November http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hbLgszfXTAY
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Posted 6/1/12

underlock wrote:


Winterfells wrote:


FlyinDumpling wrote:

Is this The Road?? the world hasn't ended yet why are we starting to eat each other?


Great book.


I wish I could read.


Audiobooks ftw.

Or picture books.

Or just getting someone to read it to you.
Posted 6/1/12

FlyinDumpling wrote:


underlock wrote:


Winterfells wrote:


FlyinDumpling wrote:

Is this The Road?? the world hasn't ended yet why are we starting to eat each other?


Great book.


I wish I could read.
The movie is going to come out in November http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hbLgszfXTAY


I don't wish anymore.
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Alright then.

I wish I could keep interest.
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I don't know anything that can help you hold interest.

I'm a man of simple tastes.
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Looks like some people still have some Myan and Aztec blood in them.
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Apparently someone has been test marketing aftershave that smells like Church's chicken in the Baltimore area again.
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Apparently someone has been test marketing aftershave that smells like Church's chicken in the Baltimore area again.


Oh lawd.

When I visited Atlanta I tried Church's Fried Chicken, and it was the best fried chicken I ever had.

Now I'm back in the Northwest and there's no Church's Chicken nearby at all.

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Winterfells wrote:


bemused_Bohemian wrote:

Apparently someone has been test marketing aftershave that smells like Church's chicken in the Baltimore area again.


Oh lawd.

When I visited Atlanta I tried Church's Fried Chicken, and it was the best fried chicken I ever had.

Now I'm back in the Northwest and there's no Church's Chicken nearby at all.



I lived in Seattle from 1971-1981 and loved it. I understand Ivar's is no longer around (fresh salmon). As a trucker back in the late '80's I used to float through there with a lot of car tires. I would visit some friends. They would take me out to dinner. Instead of ordering salmon the pater familius chose meatloaf because it reminded him of Minnesota, his home state. Christ, can't win!

You're right, it's darn good chicken!
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Posted 6/2/12

bemused_Bohemian wrote:


Winterfells wrote:


bemused_Bohemian wrote:

Apparently someone has been test marketing aftershave that smells like Church's chicken in the Baltimore area again.


Oh lawd.

When I visited Atlanta I tried Church's Fried Chicken, and it was the best fried chicken I ever had.

Now I'm back in the Northwest and there's no Church's Chicken nearby at all.



I lived in Seattle from 1971-1981 and loved it. I understand Ivar's is no longer around (fresh salmon). As a trucker back in the late '80's I used to float through there with a lot of car tires. I would visit some friends. They would take me out to dinner. Instead of ordering salmon the pater familius chose meatloaf because it reminded him of Minnesota, his home state. Christ, can't win!

You're right, it's darn good chicken!


Oh wow - you should come by and visit sometime. It's a great city. I love to travel but as for choosing a place to settle down and start a family, it would definitely have to be Seattle, Washington.

Ivar's is still around. The quality these days hasn't been up to par as what it used to be, but with the economy I understand a lot of restaurants have to cut back some. They still make a damn good clam chowder, and the fish and chips, and fried oysters are still quite good.

I enjoy meatloaf, but I can be kind of particular about it. The sauce has to be good and the meatloaf has to be tender and juicy, not dry and rubbery.
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Winterfells wrote:


LosingOrbit wrote:

Why are people so shocked about cannibalism? It's been happening for awhile.


Well, not in Maryland. I thought they were more known for their crab cakes.



Yeah, Chesapeake Bay crab cakes knock Dungness crab cakes right out of the stratosphere. Lived there too back when I was a kid.

Glad to see Ivar's icon still around. I have to admit their food was over-rated. There used to be a greasy spoon called Hatcher's over near Boeing field along Alaska Way back in the day. Their salmon was terrific. Fresh every day. I lived near the old USPHS Hospital up on Beacon Hill. Our apartment faced east. On a clear day you could see the Cascade range, on rainy days you could watch Seattle's finest chase street thugs down in the valley area (Rainier Avenue?).

Loved the area: tax-free Oregon wasn't far away. Go into icon Powell's Books back when it was books and practically stay till closing time. Good area for Greek cuisine down in the blighted section then. Canada wasn't far either. I would've emigrated to Vancouver Island back then but didn't because their taxes were excessive compared to landmass south of the 49th Parallel.

All my friends either died or moved away by year 2000 to points south and easterly. Most of my reference points are hidden beneath all those skyscrapers. Traffic is impossible. Back in the early '90's it was tolerable because US 99 wasn't as well trvalled as I-5. Now it's a glorified parking lot.

If I ever move back there it will be near Spokane because of less congestion.

I guess the Yakima Indian tribe still owns 20% of Washington's land. They did back in 1980. If you ever want to see them get mad suggest that Kennewick Man preceeded their ancestors. Discovery of those old bones along the Columbia River really stirred a hornet's nest back in the '70's.

Well, Winterfells, I better quit. It's almost 4 am back here. Take care. Don't grow web feet!
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