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One thing for sure it is way better than Rick's post one of the milestone numbers. I am to lazy to look it it up. Rick, do you remember your words of wisdom?
I believe it was 30,000 and "it"
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Old 05-02-2012, 12:51 PM
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Old 05-02-2012, 02:16 PM
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Okay the 30k post was "it'
I redeemed myself with 50k and Pink Floyd live doing Time
The coffee penguin belongs to Beth
and how do you people eat a food like substance that has no expiration date, and comes vacuum packed in a congealed, gelatinous, coagulant?
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Old 05-02-2012, 02:46 PM
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Cause spam tastes good.
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I'm with rick on this one....
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There ya see, Spam sucks






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I got a bag of little tomatoes from the Cal Poly organic farm today. Not cherry tomatoes but the little oblong ones- Roma? Anyway, I will probably get some more greens tomorrow at the farmers market. They have good stuff here. Didn't see the girl from last week. Maybe tomorrow. I thought I saw her riding her bike between classes the other day.

The girl with the bright blue eyes is still up for the hike on the weekend. I hope that if my other friend can't come I can still convince her to go anyway. Got to get her contact info first before I can turn on the charm. She mentioned my other friend would send out an email with her status. Maybe then we will exchange numbers. I will be seeing her on Friday afternoon at least. Don't know if she is going to farmers market.
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Actually I agree abut spam. As I mentioned before I can't remember the last time I had any. I feel sure I have never bought a can of the stuff. I have never seen it on any menu.
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And Rick your 50k post was awesome, but the great things folks do is not usually remembered. Just the screw ups. Both of my grandmothers served many thousands of perfect meals. Each one had one horror story the the family teased them about for decades. It is the same with your "it" post. That will be remembered but 50k will be forgotten. You probably know the joke about Bob the bridge builder. Same thing.
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"it" will be fine.
I will always be remembered for "it"
Personally I don't really give a sh"it"
If Y'all are picking on me you are leaving someone else alone.
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And Rick your 50k post was awesome, but the great things folks do is not usually remembered. Just the screw ups. Both of my grandmothers served many thousands of perfect meals. Each one had one horror story the the family teased them about for decades. It is the same with your "it" post. That will be remembered but 50k will be forgotten. You probably know the joke about Bob the bridge builder. Same thing.
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Used to eat spam as a kid all the time and liked it. Had another go at it a few years ago after about a 25 year spell. NEVER, NEVER, NEVER again!
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Ahhhhhh the spam haters are starting to amass.
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One of my cats just walked in and yacked up a hairball then walked out of the room. Lovely.
Have you ever noticed a cat doesn't actually yack anything up, they just open their mouth and back up off of the mess.
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i eat spam almost everyday for breakfast. i have switched to the lower sodium version, though.
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and these are some of my favorite snacks.....chilled and dipped in a spicy mustard...

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i eat spam almost everyday for breakfast. i have switched to the lower sodium version, though.
Okay gonna do an imitation of my cat.
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i'm sure our hawaiian pelicans enjoy it
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My wife developed a taste for it after spending a few months in Hawaii. My daughter did as well
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I hadn't eaten it since I was a child and then went to Hawaii and ate it again in all these yummy dishes. Embraer, love the fact you like Spam so much! And very glad you switched to the lower sodium type. I put it in my fried rice. I love spam musubi.
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