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Old 09-14-2010, 12:40 AM   #41
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Are you a Bay Area native or were you just visiting? I grew up in San Bruno. (Two blocks from the center of the explosion last week)

In High School we ran all over SF like dogs who broke their leash.The Cliff House and Golden Gate park were like second home.Fort Funston,Marin headlands and Baker Beach all have abandoned military insatllments and tunnels and pillboxes'.As kids we knew how to get into them all.Best trouble I ever had!
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Old 09-14-2010, 12:44 AM   #42
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Are you a Bay Area native or were you just visiting? I grew up in San Bruno. (Two blocks from the center of the explosion last week)

In High School we ran all over SF like dogs who broke their leash.The Cliff House and Golden Gate park were like second home.Fort Funston,Marin headlands and Baker Beach all have abandoned military insatllments and tunnels and pillboxes'.As kids we knew how to get into them all.Best trouble I ever had!
No, I was a navy brat. We spent 4 years in San Jose, dad stationed at Moffett Field. I went up there with parks and rec.
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Old 09-14-2010, 12:52 AM   #43
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I am In SJ now. My wifes family is ex-navy.
Did you ever go to "House of Pizza" when you lived here.
My Buddy runs/owns it and I used to bartend there a hundred years ago.
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Old 09-14-2010, 12:58 AM   #44
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I am In SJ now. My wifes family is ex-navy.
Did you ever go to "House of Pizza" when you lived here.
My Buddy runs/owns it and I used to bartend there a hundred years ago.
No I don't remember that. We moved back east in 1969.
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Old 09-14-2010, 01:02 AM   #45
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Corn Dogs have to have Goulden's Spicy Brown Mustard!!
Corn dogs are about the only thing I prefer yellow mustard on. Something about that sweet coating and the sour mustard... I'm actually salivating over a corn dog. Spicy brown for everything else. I've long loved brown but I just discovered Goulden's recently and I'm hooked. It doesn't hurt that between its low price, sales, and coupons I can typically get it for free or close to it, but for Goulden's, I'd pay the full dollar if I had to. :)
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Old 09-14-2010, 01:08 AM   #46
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Corn dogs are about the only thing I prefer yellow mustard on. Something about that sweet coating and the sour mustard... I'm actually salivating over a corn dog. Spicy brown for everything else. I've long loved brown but I just discovered Goulden's recently and I'm hooked. It doesn't hurt that between its low price, sales, and coupons I can typically get it for free or close to it, but for Goulden's, I'd pay the full dollar if I had to. :)
Ok, that's it. Next payday I have to buy Corn Dogs!!
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Ok, that's it. Next payday I have to buy Corn Dogs!!
Lol, that's sounding like a good idea! I'll just have to make a trip to Costco so I get to eat one or two after my husband discovers them!
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Old 09-14-2010, 06:39 AM   #48
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Thought of another one
Love tomatoes and apples but don't like - tomato juice or apple juice & cider
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Old 09-14-2010, 07:20 AM   #49
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Love tomatoes and apples but don't like - tomato juice or apple juice & cider
Ditto!

Also love apples, but can't stand apple pie.
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I am another one who loves juicy apples, but can't stand apple juice.
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