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Old 01-06-2011, 07:19 PM   #81
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Though BT and I are similar, there is a difference. He was born with it. It's a natural talent of his. I cultivate my strangeness. And yes, living here about as far north as I can get, I have more virtual snow with which to make virtual snowballs. In fact, I fired the first shot this year. I think that I missed too. But that's OK. I pack mine loosely so that they break apart in the air, a cluster snowball if you will, with a whole bunch of little snowballs raining down on the target. I don't need to be accurate. And I flavor my virtual snowball with vanilla, sugar, and nutmeg, or sometimes I use fruit syrups, that way, Bucky gets to make snow cones.
Wooould you like me to fire a couple in your direction, hmmmmm?

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It's a Jersey thang!! We are all born with it!! LOL
It's one of our favorite things to seek out in others.
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It's one of our favorite things to seek out in others.
I was in a car accident in Arizona and when the ambulance came the paramedic said "You're from New Jersey aren't you? I said how'd you guess most people think NYC because of the accent. He said it's the jersey humor!!
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Old 01-07-2011, 12:20 AM   #84
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It's a Jersey thang!! We are all born with it!! LOL
So how do you explain me?
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Old 01-07-2011, 12:44 AM   #85
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so how do you explain me?
hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
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My sister lives in Jersey...I drove through it once a very long time ago...does it rub off?
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My sister lives in Jersey...I drove through it once a very long time ago...does it rub off?
Sometimes!! LOL
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Never been to Jersey. But when I was stationed in Millington TN way back in 75, I had a good friend from Jersey. But Sprout never has been to Jersey, nor has her DW, and he is easily as wacky as I am. He even love Red Skelton, just like me.

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When I got out the Wild Rice I bought yesterday, I found out I had bought a blend of Lundberg Family:

http://lundberg.elsstore.com/view/pr...opup/?id=18806

I'm using it to make MsMofet's Confetti Soup.
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When I got out the Wild Rice I bought yesterday, I found out I had bought a blend of Lundberg Family:

http://lundberg.elsstore.com/view/pr...opup/?id=18806

I'm using it to make MsMofet's Confetti Soup.
That is good stuff!! My mom used to make that rice. I couldn't remember the brand because it was many years ago and mom has passed but as soon as I saw the package I reconized it. She used several blends including one with the black rice in it. I remember I loved the purpleish color it had and the wonderful nutty flavor.

It should make the soup taste fantastic!!
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