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Old 07-30-2012, 04:55 PM   #11
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B-day? birthday? if it is then happy birthday craig,if it isn't then what is B-day?
In the jargon of 70's CB radio popularity, I just went to "double nickels"! I'm making my own dinner.
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Old 07-30-2012, 05:51 PM   #12
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In the jargon of 70's CB radio popularity, I just went to "double nickels"! I'm making my own dinner.
I had a CB radio in the '70s, but I don't remember that expression. What's it mean?
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Old 07-30-2012, 05:55 PM   #14
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I had a CB radio in the '70s, but I don't remember that expression. What's it mean?
Yes, Craig, does it mean you turned 55 today? If so, Happy Birthday!

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Old 07-30-2012, 06:11 PM   #15
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I popped a pan of lasagna in the oven. That's it. Garlic bread is gone, only enough lettuce for half a salad. Don't feel like going to the store. So we'll just eat the lasagna and finish the chocolate cake.
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Old 07-30-2012, 06:18 PM   #16
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Leafy green salad with cherry tomatoes, green onion, calamata olives, cucumbers, sliced duck eggs and a gorgonzola piccante dressing; cucumber vinaigrette, zucchini in sour cream sauce and perhaps some corn chips with an avocado salsa verde.
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Leafy green salad with cherry tomatoes, green onion, calamata olives, cucumbers, sliced duck eggs and a gorgonzola piccante dressing; cucumber vinaigrette, zucchini in sour cream sauce and perhaps some corn chips with an avocado salsa verde.
That sounds really tasty, as well as appropriate to the weather.
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That sounds really tasty, as well as appropriate to the weather.
Thanks. Many summertime veggies are nice but I'm sure looking forward to September. Only problem with the cooler / colder weather is that I usually to gain weight.
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Thanks. Many summertime veggies are nice but I'm sure looking forward to September. Only problem with the cooler / colder weather is that I usually to gain weight.
By the time the frost hits, I have mixed feelings--sorry to see the plants die, but glad to not have the spare fridge plugged in to hold veggies until I can get them processed.
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I had noodles in a broth with assorted veggies, thai red curry paste and the leftover sliced and fried pork belly.....
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