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Old 09-24-2014, 12:00 AM   #21
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Old 09-24-2014, 12:12 AM   #22
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yep, he is. just like a boxed pancake mix.

(tom arnold? i'm more of a fabio kinda guy, just fatter. call me flabio...)
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Chief, next time you stray from the UP you need to pack the dry ingredients for your pancakes in a zip-lock bag. That's what I do with my scone mix when we leave for a trip. The dry ingredients for scones, plus my Nordic Ware scone pan. Right in the trunk...although I would still take it if we were flying. Just make sure you put it into your checked luggage. You don't want too many questions about that "powder" from the TSA agent.
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Old 09-24-2014, 12:44 AM   #24
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Wow! I'm impressed. I knew you guys and gals were creative, but again, wow!

I think you could start a successful sitcom, maybe call it The Pancake Whisperer. Somebody like Mathew McCaughney could play me. We could get Tom Arnold to play B.T. For the ladies, we could get Michelle Pfeiffer, Katherine Heigl, Scarlet Johansen, Charlize Theron, Kate Beckensale, Halle Berry, and Jessica Alba.

It could be about the misadventures of all those women trying to make good pancakes from a boxed mix. B.T. & I would be available to show them the error of their ways. Sounds good to me.

Seeeeeeeya; Chief Longwind of the North
Excuse me, but I'm not the one who made pancakes from a mix. The only pancake mix I have ever used is the one we make ourselves. And you need someone who looks Asian or Native to play me.
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native to where?
Okay, I'll use the Canadian term, First Nations.
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Excuse me, but I'm not the one who made pancakes from a mix...
taxy I make my pancakes from scratch too. Since we don't use mixes we shouldn't be IN the movie, but I think we should be crew for the movie. You want to work lights, camera or sound?
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taxy I make my pancakes from scratch too. Since we don't use mixes we shouldn't be IN the movie, but I think we should be crew for the movie. You want to work lights, camera or sound?
Nah, I would want a movie that showed both men and women in both types of rolls.
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Krusteaz mix makes passable pancakes. That's the choice if you are looking for a mix. Makes good spur of the moment biscuits, too.
This is the old standby at our house. It ain't bad.
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