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Discussion in 'Central – From Da Nort Woods to the Plane States' started by Daggy, Sep 28, 2008.
I think it's a British thing, based on Google.
Yes, I have learned that it is some sort of character related to the show "Top Gear", which is some of the most appalling arse gravy broadcast.
been a while. Soooooo busy,
Lumpy, I have some do tools and you can use them when I get them back from another inmate I lent them to. But the tech day is a great way to do it as other have said.
Oh and I work for Faribault foods, one of our employees owns the cave you speak of.
Back to food and pie and cheese and olive oil's and bs.
Been a long time since I pulled an all nighter, today is going to be a loooooooooong day........
I think Prop may have been turned off to television by being exposed to too many Kenny Everett shows as a child.
Scott in Shoreview
'79 Suzuki GS550
That's awesome, I'm amazed you've even heard of him.
I just have better things to do these days*. I don't watch much telly any more. Walking Dead, Breaking Bad and Archer. That's it. Rugby sometimes. I should ditch the satellite TV really.
*"Interacting" with peeps on ADV - much more betterer than telly.
First of all: A Cheese Cave ?! That is where I want to live. I've been digging on lots of Trader Joe's goat cheeses lately. The honey goat cheese is crazy good.
Second of all: If you dig Breaking Bad, The Wire should also be on your list. Best. TV. Ever ?!
That is all.
What would be the case for, say, White Castle? Limited menu? Check. Really, really good? Hmmmm...
Pie. There I said it...
LSD gummi bears. And ostriches.
Dear Abby, Dear Abby,
Who would have thought
that me and my girlfriend would ever get caught
Just sittin in the backseat shootin the breeze
with her hair up in curlers and her pants to her knees
The Wire is excellent. Well written with storylines and characters woven thru all four seasons, though each season holds its own point of focus.
The sort of thing you could own, re-watch every eight or ten years, which is what I'm doing with Rescue Me now that it has ended. Good stuff.
Rescue Me, huh ? I may have to check that one out. And my buddy always recommends The Shield.
Denis Leary. Funny stuff, pretty heavy, starts shortly after 9/11 in a NYC firehouse and goes from there. It is available on Netflix if you're a subscriber - if not, shoot me a PM with your address and I'll lend you the first few seasons on DVD.
Like I said, not always.
I have the first 3 seasons of Rescue Me, if you want to borrow any of them.
Season 3 of Archer is out. I may need to pick that up.
Hey Grainbelt and Metallic Waste, thanks for the offers. I'm on the Netflix and have seen the show available there. Just never pulled the trigger yet. Might have to take a little look-see. Thanks again.
First ride of the year today.
Got in around 50 miles, went down to Belle Plaine and back.
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Didja buy a Triumph?