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Lots of useful information. Be warned some of it is NSFW. I like this one.
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    Re: Urban Dictionary 2017/02/17 14:32:37 (permalink)
    Still waiting for our storm!
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    Anyone want to go to Redhot Ranch?
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    Re: Urban Dictionary 2017/02/17 14:45:50 (permalink)
    Did you know that pizza started in Gary, Indiana?
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    Re: Urban Dictionary 2017/02/17 15:00:05 (permalink)
    Texas style chili isn't actually chili, it is czech meat sauce
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    Re: Urban Dictionary 2017/02/17 18:01:53 (permalink)
    Life is not complete until you have washed down three saltenas dipped in llajua with several beers on a sunny day at an altitude of 12,000 feet!
     
    All you have to do to get there is to drive up this road:
     

     
    And, BTW, did you know that Bolivia still has a large German community?
     

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    Re: Urban Dictionary 2017/02/17 19:11:41 (permalink)
    It's been reported that there isn't any place to eat in the Cincinnati, Kentucky area.
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    Re: Urban Dictionary 2017/02/17 19:49:05 (permalink)
    Michael Hoffman
    It's been reported that there isn't any place to eat in the Cincinnati, Kentucky area.

    That's right down the road from Louisville, Indiana, isn't it?
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    Re: Urban Dictionary 2017/02/17 20:25:24 (permalink)
    Pretty close. It's just a hop, skip and a jump from Fort Wayne where the hamburger was invented.
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    Re: Urban Dictionary 2017/02/18 10:37:41 (permalink)
    Michael Hoffman
    Fort Wayne. where the hamburger was invented.



    Everybody knows that the hamburger and hamburger bun were invented by Dr. Evil's father, the noted boulangerie owner and inventor of the question mark.
     

     
    Unfortunately for civilization his innovative use of meat as headwear never caught on, despite the best efforts of Lady GaGa.
     
     
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    Re: Urban Dictionary 2017/02/18 17:35:14 (permalink)
    Good thing there aren't any Threadjackers on this web site! 
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    Re: Urban Dictionary 2017/02/18 17:42:09 (permalink)
    Foodbme
    Good thing there aren't any Threadjackers on this web site! 




    Is a hot dog a sandwich?
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    Re: Urban Dictionary 2017/02/18 17:44:29 (permalink)
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    Good thing there aren't any Threadjackers on this web site! 




    Is a hot dog a sandwich?


    Depends how you define Hot Dog!
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    Re: Urban Dictionary 2017/02/18 18:58:28 (permalink)
    Foodbme
    Good thing there aren't any Threadjackers on this web site! 


    I still think Ken Strong was the most reliable kicker ever to come out of West Haven.
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    Re: Urban Dictionary 2017/02/18 23:58:08 (permalink)
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    It's been reported that there isn't any place to eat in the Cincinnati, Kentucky area.

    That's right down the road from Louisville, Indiana, isn't it?



    Everyone knows that Louisville is the capital of Kentucky...
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    Re: Urban Dictionary 2017/02/19 11:22:25 (permalink)
    Michael Hoffman
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    Good thing there aren't any Threadjackers on this web site! 


    I still think Ken Strong was the most reliable kicker ever to come out of West Haven.



    That's nice to know, but what I really want to ask:
     
    If one is not especially find of clams in the first place, does putting them on a pizza make them more palatable?
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    Re: Urban Dictionary 2017/02/19 11:31:44 (permalink)
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    Good thing there aren't any Threadjackers on this web site! 


    I still think Ken Strong was the most reliable kicker ever to come out of West Haven.



    That's nice to know, but what I really want to ask:
     
    If one is not especially find of clams in the first place, does putting them on a pizza make them more palatable?


    Bloody Mary's this morning Jim? Made w/ Clamato I bet. 
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    Re: Urban Dictionary 2017/02/19 11:49:12 (permalink)
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    Foodbme
    Good thing there aren't any Threadjackers on this web site! 


    I still think Ken Strong was the most reliable kicker ever to come out of West Haven.



    That's nice to know, but what I really want to ask:
     
    If one is not especially find of clams in the first place, does putting them on a pizza make them more palatable?


    Bloody Mary's this morning Jim? Made w/ Clamato I bet. 




    I don't like Bloody Mary's, but I always order several cans of Bloody Mary mix on long flights.  It goes so well with those generously portioned salty snacks.  Never tasted Clamato; never will.
     
    BTW, what is your "free" beverage of choice on TransAtlantic flights?
     
     
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    Re: Urban Dictionary 2017/02/19 11:52:13 (permalink)
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    Good thing there aren't any Threadjackers on this web site! 


    I still think Ken Strong was the most reliable kicker ever to come out of West Haven.



    That's nice to know, but what I really want to ask:
     
    If one is not especially find of clams in the first place, does putting them on a pizza make them more palatable?


    If one is not especially fond of clams nothing is palatable.
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    Re: Urban Dictionary 2017/02/19 14:04:05 (permalink)
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    Good thing there aren't any Threadjackers on this web site! 


    I still think Ken Strong was the most reliable kicker ever to come out of West Haven.



    That's nice to know, but what I really want to ask:
     
    If one is not especially find of clams in the first place, does putting them on a pizza make them more palatable?


    If one is not especially fond of clams nothing is palatable.



    I love crab, shrimp, scallops, and lobster.  And, I most likely would like them on a white pizza.
     
    Come to think of it I did have clams once. 
     
    After we had our driver's licenses a group of us from high school used to go to AYCE places and eat until we got thrown out. 
     
    One such occasion was at HoJo's AYCE fried clams.  My "aftermath" was "unfortunate"; maybe that was the source of the clam aversion ... kinda like why even the smell of gin makes me queasy.
     

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    Re: Urban Dictionary 2017/02/19 14:32:27 (permalink)
    I wish I had a Stuckey's Pecan Log...
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    Re: Urban Dictionary 2017/02/19 15:57:16 (permalink)
    Clams, clams and more clams!



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    Re: Urban Dictionary 2017/02/19 16:18:14 (permalink)
    Jim, Those "clams" you had at Howard Johnson's were clam strips. Clam strips are the tough muscle portion with all the good parts removed for better things.
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    Re: Urban Dictionary 2017/02/19 17:03:30 (permalink)
    Wait a minute!  I see a theme forming!
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    Re: Urban Dictionary 2017/02/19 17:04:53 (permalink)
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    Jim, Those "clams" you had at Howard Johnson's were clam strips. Clam strips are the tough muscle portion with all the good parts removed for better things.




    Well, damn!
     
    They advertised "fried clams", not "clam strips".
     
    I want my $1.00 back !!!!
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    Re: Urban Dictionary 2017/02/19 17:09:17 (permalink)
    This is suddenly a clam thread searching for a home.
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    Re: Urban Dictionary 2017/02/19 17:10:23 (permalink)
    chickenplucker
    I wish I had a Stuckey's Pecan Log...




    No, it isn't!
     
    Then I'm going to take my $1.00 refund from those orange-roofed fraudsters and buy me a
     

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    Re: Urban Dictionary 2017/02/19 17:14:08 (permalink)
    Stuckey's started in Eastman,GA and the original store is still there but closed. Pecan Log Rolls have always been more popular there than clams of any sort.
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    Re: Urban Dictionary 2017/02/19 17:30:42 (permalink)
    chickenplucker
    Stuckey's started in Eastman,GA and the original store is still there but closed. Pecan Log Rolls have always been more popular there than clams of any sort.



    I've seen many a Stuckey's that sold bait.
     
    Maybe some of that was clam strips.
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    Re: Urban Dictionary 2017/02/19 17:42:20 (permalink)
    MetroplexJim
    Then I'm going to take my $1.00 refund from those orange-roofed fraudsters

    Is the envelope's return address Pennsylvania Avenue?
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