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  1. 37 minutes ago, Randomguy said:

    What kind???

    Moon Man. college roommate brought it for me. He brought a 12 pack but drank a bunch so I got the remainder. He's hilarious. He admitted to stealing a couple of albums from me in college. I laughed and told him that was great since I lost my records in a flood so he actually saved them for me. 


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  2. 2 minutes ago, Randomguy said:

    Not even close to being the same thing.  On different universes, actually.

    Years ago, I went with juicylucy and 'tude to Crif Dogs, and I got a tsunami dog.  Old-school hot dog, wrapped with bacon and deep-fried, on a bun with teriyaki sauce, pineapple, and scallions.  Perfection!  I didn't have bacon or scallions or teriyaki sauce, so I diced up some deli pickles and deli mustard (out of yellow, doncha know) and defrosted some frozey pineapple from Trader Joe's and then put it together.  I knew it would be good, so I wanted to share.

    I admire your creativity. I would try it. I'll eat almost anything that won't kill me.

    fyi, I have some New Glarus in my refrigerator. 

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  3. 2 hours ago, MoseySusan said:

    We ate breakfast there at a diner on the northwest side of town. I don’t remember it being too expensive. Lunch was picnic sandwiches. But we did not get espresso  lattes in town. I remember saying no to that. 

    Pre-covid. Prices have exploded especially in the places the tourists eat. 

    I'll eat out during the shoulder season when it's two for one or when I win a GC answering a trivia question on the radio.

  4. 6 hours ago, MoseySusan said:

    I won’t spend more than $10 on a burger, more than $15 for just about anything else. We rarely go out to the steakhouses because it’s a $100+ and everything is an extra. The best Mexican food in town is a $6 plate. 

    You would starve in Jackson. I'm not even sure you could eat at the golden arches for under $10

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  5. 28 minutes ago, MickinMD said:

    Our LBS's are disappearing.  I live near the Baltimore end of "Ritchie Highway" that runs between Baltimore and the outskirts of Annapolis.  The closest LBS is on the Annapolis end, about 20 miles from me.  That's where I got my new Bike this year - I want to support it.

    We have seven bikes shops in our county of 25k residents. All are slammed. Scheduling a service appt is 2-3 weeks. I've been using a mobile service. He comes to me in his sprinter van/workshop. Reasonable rates and super friendly. 

    One shop has beer on tap. 

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  6. 2 hours ago, Square Wheels said:

    Not the same.  Some cancer treatments fail miserably and make your time left significantly worse.  I'd have to consider my odds of survival vs the side effects.

    Of course it's not the same. I said it's not the same. My point is are the anti-vax people refusing all medical treatment? Do they take meds their dr prescribes or refuse all medical treatment?

    We know the vaccine works well against stopping the virus, hospitalizations, and death. Do they ignore all science or just this science?

  7. Loose pooch harassing the bison.

    “Being a dog owner and knowing dog behavior, if you’re commanding your dog and it’s not responding, just saying the same thing over and over and over again is not going to change its behavior,” he said. “When you’re 300 yards away and you’re calling your dog for 20 [expletive] minutes and it’s not coming, you’ve got to come up with a different plan.”

    “It’s just like cigarette butts: They’re everywhere now,” he said. “I’m like the rest of us, and I’m pretty fed up that my town is being overrun by a bunch of trashy people.”

    Even so, he’s hopeful that outreach can help curb ignorance and indifference.

    “I would assume that everybody wants to be educated,” Deehan said, “and I don’t think that anybody sets out to be a dip---t.”



  8. 2 minutes ago, Razors Edge said:

    I'm not sold on "flair".  But I'm getting there :)

    It is so comfortable. You don't have to worry about your forearms hitting the bar on bumpy roads while you are in the drops. Salsa offers three levels of flair. I have two woodchippers, but I think the cowchipper might be the goldilocks. I don't think I could go back to a drop bar without flair.








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