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Old 09-12-2010, 10:15 AM   #3281
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You only need to do that once in your life. Next time you can't control yourself, you will anyway.

Speedy recovery!
Thanks man.

I had surgery on Friday and have been bored out of my mind on pain killers since.

I'm trying to be productive and take this time to do things like, work on my ebay stuff, learn quickbooks, take care of the mess of files on my computer, etc, but I'm having a hard time doing anything. lol

I have to go back in for a 2nd surgery on my wrist to re-attach the ligament once the hand heals. That'll be the second time I ripped the ******* ligament off my wrist, just on the other hand.
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Old 09-12-2010, 01:29 PM   #3282
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Seriously, was it really necessary to invent canned hot dogs?




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Old 09-12-2010, 02:17 PM   #3284
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It gets worse.




This is, in fact, an entire cheeseburger- bun, meat, condiments, the whole nut, fully assembled and ready to go.



The reviews I've read on it indicate that the contents are only slightly preferable to eating a can of fish ********.

Speaking of which:



Mmmm. Assholicious!


Now, if you're like me, then from time to time you find yourself becoming frustrated by how difficult it can be to get fresh sheep tongues at your local supermarket when they're out of season. Well, help has arrived!




Now, this one I actually do remember from my childhood. I had a great uncle who loved scrambled brains (prepared similarly to scrambled eggs), though I don't think they had the nutritional info printed on the can back then:



He died at the age of 80-something. In a farming accident.
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Old 09-12-2010, 03:30 PM   #3286
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This is what we should be feeding the perpetual welfare class.
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Old 09-12-2010, 04:49 PM   #3288
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This is what we should be feeding the perpetual welfare class.
Agreed. Provide motivation to work it would. We should just have certain **** items that they can buy. I went into HEB the other day and bought a 4 dollar thing of gelati through the self check out. It didn't charge me tax and i was like WTF? He said it was on our welfare program so it wasn't taxable. Seriously? If you don't want to work, you dont deserve ice cream that is 4 dollars a quart.
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Old 09-12-2010, 07:35 PM   #3289
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So, I've been reading through that site that rccote posted the link to. First off, I'll just get this out of the way and say that Tracy , the author, is pretty much my dream woman.

That being said, I stumbled across a series of journals describing why she hates everyone on the internet. In entry #1, she describes the concept of individuals who derail conversations on message boards with "inane, pointless fluff" (IPF) or "Purposeful Attempted Derailment" (PAD).

Whoa. Isn't that pretty much the sort of thing that we specialize in around here? I mean, what use is it having a serious thread about suspension geometry or compressor maps if nobody is allowed to post cat pictures or links to gay ****?
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Umm... that brains in gravy is just nasty. Seriously nasty. Man...

LOL on the cholesterol content. It might be a good way to kill someone since a serving of that would surely induce a heart attack or a stroke. But how do you get them to eat it willingly? Disguise it in another food, but is that even possible? Lots of tabasco and ground beef?
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Old 09-13-2010, 12:05 AM   #3291
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Can someone explain to me why over torquing wheel nuts would cause vibration? Twice now I've over torqued the wheel nuts to have it vibrate on me, and both times torquing them up to 75ft-lbs has solved it.
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Looks so good!
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Umm... that brains in gravy is just nasty. Seriously nasty. Man...

LOL on the cholesterol content. It might be a good way to kill someone since a serving of that would surely induce a heart attack or a stroke. But how do you get them to eat it willingly? Disguise it in another food, but is that even possible? Lots of tabasco and ground beef?
I spent a little time in Western Mississippi a few years ago and people love pig brain over there.
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I spent a little time in Western Mississippi a few years ago and people love pig brain over there.
From The Mississippi State Department of Health
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"Cardiovascular disease, including heart disease and stroke, is the leading cause of death in Mississippi, accounting for over a third of all deaths in the state. Mississippi's CVD mortality rate remains the highest in the nation."
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A survey has been done which concludes that almost 65% people cannot tap their thumb knuckle against their bottom teeth more than 20 times WITH their eyes closed, without getting dizzy.
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A survey has been done which concludes that almost 65% people cannot tap their thumb knuckle against their bottom teeth more than 20 times WITH their eyes closed, without getting dizzy.
I'm going to spread this little tidbit around work today and see how many people I can have standing around doing that. I'll laugh all night.
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Every person I have tried this on has done it before they actually thought it through lol

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