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Author Topic: Steve M Smith approching 1000 posts  (Read 6062 times)

Mike Sokol

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Re: Steve M Smith approching 1000 posts
« Reply #30 on: September 17, 2014, 03:06:16 pm »

You best be coming through with this prize. I expect something similar in 175 posts!!

I'm really tempted to bid on that Ebay HotDogger for fun. It's both terrifying and fascinating at the same time.  ;D
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Re: Steve M Smith approching 1000 posts
« Reply #31 on: September 17, 2014, 03:36:46 pm »

Steve, you're at 973 posts right now, within spittin' distance of your Hot-Dogger ...

In the British Isles, I believe that would be Banger-er. Or something like that.
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Re: Steve M Smith approching 1000 posts
« Reply #32 on: September 17, 2014, 03:38:45 pm »

In the British Isles, I believe that would be Banger-er. Or something like that.

I just had Bangers and Mash the other week. It's fantastic, but pretty high in calories and other bad stuff, I think.
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Re: Steve M Smith approching 1000 posts
« Reply #33 on: September 17, 2014, 06:36:33 pm »

I just had Bangers and Mash the other week. It's fantastic, but pretty high in calories and other bad stuff, I think.

That's why I hate places that put the nutritional information up. I mean, come one, McDonalds, I know you are bad, why are you shoving that info in my face?? lol.

I have the same feelings about that as I do with things like the recent initiative here in WaState to label GMO foods as such… those who care about it, are already making the right choices (buying organic, shopping at somewhere like Trader Joe's that guarantees no GMO ingredients in their house label, etc) -- those who don't care might not be swayed by a label/sign in McDonalds.

I'm hungry now.

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Re: Steve M Smith approching 1000 posts
« Reply #34 on: September 20, 2014, 03:36:18 pm »

Ah, the memories... I remember my high school physics teacher tripping the braker to the whole wing as the sossage cooked an bended it self enough to bring the two forks in contact with each other. The trick, we all learned, is to avoid perpendicular insertion of electrodes of combined lenght greater than the subject wiener in question.

I also remember building my own version with two nails hammered through a piece of wood; and how the much to small contact surface made the instrument a very effective arc based sossage burner. I imagine the resulting stinking smoke cloud in my dear mother's kitchen would have drawn sentimental tears from the guys working the switches on Death Row during the happy fifties...
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