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those would be some big breasts


Yeah, but as I said earlier, definitely not attractive.


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What is the dish called? That sounds sooo good.

And a little fat is good for your body. However the amount of fries I consume is not!


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What is the dish called? That sounds sooo good.

And a little fat is good for your body. However the amount of fries I consume is not!


It is called 'gobhi-aloo' or sometimes 'aloo-gobhi'. 'Gobhi' means cauliflower and 'aloo' means potato. It is cooked with a lot of oil and spices, mostly with onions and green chillies too. If you like spicy food, you will love it!!!

And I know a little fat is good for my body, but not the kind offered by french fries. Eating a lot of fat makes me more sleepy too, and it isn't very desirable for me.


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I am so going out for Indian this weekend. Hey do you know what the dish is called that is potatoes and chickpeas? It is like a stew. I can never remember the name and it is so yummy.

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Driving home from work this evening, I saw a car rudely invade the space of a motorcyclist to where the bike had to bail out of his lane and back off. So the biker puts on his high beam, pulls along side the car IN the car's lane, put's it in neutral, and rev's at the motorist 10-15 times.

While I could understand the biker's frustration and certainly the peril that oblivious motorists put motorcyclists in:

1) Motorcyclists know and accept this element of danger EVERY time they get on their bike, and thus his little emotional outburst was unwarranted

2) He placed himself BACK in danger by pulling along side the car and flipping out - he had NO way to know how the motorist would react to his antagonization and could easily have been killed by an abrupt motion of the vehicles - whether or not such motion was intended.

Overall, the interaction ranked a 7 of 10 on my scale of stupid things not to do.


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I am so going out for Indian this weekend. Hey do you know what the dish is called that is potatoes and chickpeas? It is like a stew. I can never remember the name and it is so yummy.


It is called 'matar-aloo' or sometimes 'aloo-matar', 'matar' meaning peas. There is also a stew which has peas and tofu made from cow's milk in it. It is called 'matar-paneer', 'paneer' meaning the milk-tofu. I love both. Have you tried 'matar-paneer'?


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those would be some big breasts


I tried to superimpose a picture of breasts on a dinosaur but I am not that technically advanced. Anyone??


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Driving home from work this evening, I saw a car rudely invade the space of a motorcyclist to where the bike had to bail out of his lane and back off. So the biker puts on his high beam, pulls along side the car IN the car's lane, put's it in neutral, and rev's at the motorist 10-15 times.

While I could understand the biker's frustration and certainly the peril that oblivious motorists put motorcyclists in:

1) Motorcyclists know and accept this element of danger EVERY time they get on their bike, and thus his little emotional outburst was unwarranted

2) He placed himself BACK in danger by pulling along side the car and flipping out - he had NO way to know how the motorist would react to his antagonization and could easily have been killed by an abrupt motion of the vehicles - whether or not such motion was intended.

Overall, the interaction ranked a 7 of 10 on my scale of stupid things not to do.


Well, I suppose he considered himself to be a very good motorcyclist, or he was very headstrong or foolish, or both.


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I tried to superimpose a picture of breasts on a dinosaur but I am not that technically advanced. Anyone??


I don't think superimposing would look that good. Is there anyone good here with Adobe Photoshop who can morph a T-Rex so that it has breasts?


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Driving home from work this evening, I saw a car rudely invade the space of a motorcyclist to where the bike had to bail out of his lane and back off. So the biker puts on his high beam, pulls along side the car IN the car's lane, put's it in neutral, and rev's at the motorist 10-15 times.

While I could understand the biker's frustration and certainly the peril that oblivious motorists put motorcyclists in:

1) Motorcyclists know and accept this element of danger EVERY time they get on their bike, and thus his little emotional outburst was unwarranted

2) He placed himself BACK in danger by pulling along side the car and flipping out - he had NO way to know how the motorist would react to his antagonization and could easily have been killed by an abrupt motion of the vehicles - whether or not such motion was intended.

Overall, the interaction ranked a 7 of 10 on my scale of stupid things not to do.


Moron!! Not meaning for this to be taken the wrong way because I have several friends who have bikes, but sometimes bikers have that..."attitude"... to go along with the image.

HEY! I JUST REALIZED THIS IS MY HUNDREDTH POST!


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Overall, the interaction ranked a 7 of 10 on my scale of stupid things not to do. -Sean Kelly


Anger can make you do some stupid things. There was a road rage incident here in Tulsa. Two cars were duking it out, and they both pulled to the side of the road and stopped.

A guy got out of the first car and ran to the second car which was driven by a woman. She hit the gas and put him on the hood. She headed out onto the highway and did speeds over 100mph while Homer was hanging on to the windshield wipers for dear life.

The cops pulled them over and put them both in jail, though the woman got the full force of the law brought down on her for actually trying to kill the guy.

It came out later that she was laughing in his face through the windshield as she swerved back and forth at over 100 mph.

Anger can make you stupid!


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Moron!! Not meaning for this to be taken the wrong way because I have several friends who have bikes, but sometimes bikers have that..."attitude"... to go along with the image.


Yeah, the tough guy image, eh? I wonder if TearUUp owns a bike.


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Anger can make you stupid!


*nod* I can certainly vouch for that - I can't tell you how many times I've significantly injured myself in the heat of rage. Not the least of which was the time I broke my hand boxing my file cabinet over a $400+ phone bill from toll charges to Psychic Friends Network by my EX.


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Happy 100 Maxwell!

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Happy 100 Maxwell!


From me too!!!


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*nod* I can certainly vouch for that - I can't tell you how many times I've significantly injured myself in the heat of rage. Not the least of which was the time I broke my hand boxing my file cabinet over a $400+ phone bill from toll charges to Psychic Friends Network by my EX.


Wow, some rage, huh? Why don't you try your own medicine, the flamers ward?


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*nod* I can certainly vouch for that - I can't tell you how many times I've significantly injured myself in the heat of rage. Not the least of which was the time I broke my hand boxing my file cabinet over a $400+ phone bill from toll charges to Psychic Friends Network by my EX.


That Dionne Warwick will get 'cha every time!

Thanks MM and Whidden!


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It is called 'matar-aloo' or sometimes 'aloo-matar', 'matar' meaning peas. There is also a stew which has peas and tofu made from cow's milk in it. It is called 'matar-paneer', 'paneer' meaning the milk-tofu. I love both. Have you tried 'matar-paneer'?


I haven't tried that. It sounds great. I am vegetarian so it really appeals to me. Have you ever had it with soy milk or coconut milk, or does the cow's milk give it it's flavor.


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would anyone else agree that chihuahua snot tastes remarkably like asparagus? or is it just me?

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I haven't tried that. It sounds great. I am vegetarian so it really appeals to me. Have you ever had it with soy milk or coconut milk, or does the cow's milk give it it's flavor.


The tofu used is made from cow's or buffalo's milk. We don't usually use soy or coconut tofu.


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Well since I don't eat asparagus, I cannot compare it. But chihuahua snot can be really delicious when mixed with yogurt.

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Larke, you are disgusting!!!

And outsider, you are going to lose all the respect I had for you.

Just kidding, guys, but that was disgustingly funny.


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WOW! You mean I had respect at some point? How cool is that.

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Larke, you are disgusting!!!

And outsider, you are going to lose all the respect I had for you.

Just kidding, guys, but that was disgustingly funny.


mm: i'm surprised at you. what do you have against asparagus?


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would anyone else agree that chihuahua snot tastes remarkably like asparagus? or is it just me?


Very amusing! I adore off the wall humor!


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T-Rex w/Boobs

Happy now?


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Wow, some rage, huh? Why don't you try your own medicine, the flamers ward?


That was a long time a go, in a galaxy far, far away.


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saggy.

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This may seem sophmoric, but has anybody done any MadLibs recently?
We rediscovered them and do them quite often but we "tweak" them to make them even better.
For example, when it asks for a noun, we give a descriptive noun. (Instead of "3-toed sloth" for a noun, we will put down "prepubescent 3-toed sloth".) We tend to make them more *cough* adult as well.
If you have no idea what I am talking about, please disregard, but there has to be someone who remembers...


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amazing. I was going to do the trex with boobs and i chose the exact same picture.

Hey you want to know what else is weird? I know a guy named Sean Kelly... I guess it's not that terribly rare of a name


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