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Old 04-11-2012, 12:33 PM   #646
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Unicorn meat? UNICORN MEAT!? I hope you're not going to tell us that Canada has a large herd of unicorns roaming across the open tundra.

Is it anything like what they serve here at Burger King and McDonald's..... MYSTERY meat?

Like George Carlin says (or, used to say) "could be meat! could be cake! could be meatcake!" I think he was talking about old leftovers in the refrigerator though.

Time to get started on Rossi's bean soup recipe!
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Old 04-11-2012, 12:57 PM   #647
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Yes its a little pricey though. Can't you get it down there. Its a little cheaper on the coast because everyone knows that Unicorn herds gather more in areas where mermaids come in to sunbath
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Unicorn meat? UNICORN MEAT!? I hope you're not going to tell us that Canada has a large herd of unicorns roaming across the open tundra.

Is it anything like what they serve here at Burger King and McDonald's..... MYSTERY meat?

Like George Carlin says (or, used to say) "could be meat! could be cake! could be meatcake!" I think he was talking about old leftovers in the refrigerator though.

Time to get started on Rossi's bean soup recipe!
Remember -
watch the "boiling" time!!!
And - enough water!!!

"Unicorn"?!?
Around here - it's "Dragon" meat or nothing!! - that's "Real" meat!
Nothing like "Dragon" wings!!
Mmmmmm!!!
("Unicorn"? - just tastes like chicken!)
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Yeah -
Where is "Mike"?!?
Hope it's something computer, related that's "fixable".
Not a major "crash"!
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Old 04-11-2012, 03:46 PM   #650
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Remember -
watch the "boiling" time!!!
And - enough water!!!

"Unicorn"?!?
Around here - it's "Dragon" meat or nothing!! - that's "Real" meat!
Nothing like "Dragon" wings!!
Mmmmmm!!!
("Unicorn"? - just tastes like chicken!)
"RF"
Yep! I'll watch the boiling time. Thanks for the reminder.

Mmmm hmm. Dragon meat. $27.99 a lb. - cheaper than hamburger around here!
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Price of hamburger meat?
Used to be cheap.
Not no mo'!
I remember when 69 cents a pound, was a lot!
(The sad thing is - you could have "rare" burgers, and not worry!)
Oh well!?!
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Yeah -
Where is "Mike"?!?
Hope it's something computer, related that's "fixable".
Not a major "crash"!
"RF"
My computer got better--then sick again---No spell check any more--

And I have landed 3 or four weeks of long days and a decent paycheck!!!

I am not complaining---
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Dragon meat is great! It's on special here a lot--cheaper than AArdvark (but not as tender)
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That's good news Mike! Except for the loss of spellcheck - that's knot sew good.
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I'm not so sure you could've ever eaten undercooked hamburger meat safely. We just didn't know any better.
Did you get stomach aches as a kid ?
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Thank god I can edit without anyone knowing it.
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"Mike"
I've got some more to say (can't shut that idiot up!!)
However -
"Spell check" -
"Mozilla"?
What???
"RF"

I just caught that! - you can "Edit" and no one knows?!?
(Sure hope you know!)

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Mozilla can't opperate--or Safari--so I'm down to Internet explorer---I need to put my pictures on a flash drive-(Picasa) add them to my lap top--which is not set up to access my house wireless--then call my good friend Terry and get him to strip the computer and set it up again--

And get the new lap top onto the house wireless---It's off to McDonalds if I want to check my E-mail

Is it possible to quickly put the whole Picasa file and all my pictures onto the flash drive?
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