kalron

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kalron wrote:
"...you're a coward and a liar and a...*oomf*"

I'm never one for violence, but some people deserve to eat their words, like this guy.
kalron wrote:
Delicious entry this week.  I miss eating at a true Korean BBQ and cooking it yourself at the table.  I use brown sugar all of the time in my marinade for a brown sauce, but I have not used honey, I'm going to try that soon.
kalron wrote:
holygod You forgot winning the most indictments and convictions of any modern presidential administration.
kalron wrote:
daegog And there is now a federal ban on bump stocks that was created and approved by the Trump administration.  Yet there was little to no backlash from the NRA.  How many guns were grabbed in the 8 years Obama was in office?
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holygod I disagree.  At the time, the rest of the world (what, about 67% of the planet?) saw Obama worthy of a "Peace" price...simply by winning...
kalron wrote:
mikesex

"Asking for a friend but how's that working out?"

It itches...constantly...
kalron wrote:
gohikineko That joke doesn't work because Nancy Pelosi doesn't dress like a frigid, mean-spirited lesbian...

...Hillary on the other hand...
kalron wrote:
This is a classic (in it's many variations) that I've always enjoyed:

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Gerry1of1 This is a new one I came across...

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rukittenme Just finished for the 4th shovel.  3 last night and one today.  Pretty good turn out.
kalron wrote:
scheckydamon You can also use the smoked trout in a melt, damn tasty.
kalron wrote:
I prefer this version:



kalron wrote:
We have one like this in our kitchen.  I've looked into converting it to work on a sim card but you have to gut the whole thing, I like it too much to do so.

kalron wrote:
semichisam Smoked Trout begs to differ...
kalron wrote:
Gerry1of1 I love some good cornbread.  Dipped in broth or just drowned in butter...mmmmmmmmmmmm cornbread...
kalron wrote:
scheckydamon Sauteed in soy sauce\sesame oil with onions, garlic and mushrooms...I'm sure they would be just as tasty!

However, if you can make a good soup, try chopping some kale up and adding it with some beans.  The bitterness adds to the broth naturally.  And the kale isn't as bad as most restaurants present it, they just don't know how to cook it.  Straight kale salad is just a stupid idea for the trendy :)
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gohikineko Hmm...this might be too much for you then :)

I loved it as a kid, I wonder if that is why I also love quality horror flicks as well...
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megrendel Actually, Presidents dating back to Andrew Jackson have been inviting a variety of sports champions to State Dinners for quite some time, as they were all sports fans.

"why would anyone think college sports players wouldn’t enjoy junk f"

If you actually knew what college sports players are fed on a daily basis, junk fast food isn't exactly a preference.  I know from experience working for a nationally ranked college in football, they have their own personal dinning hall with top chiefs and quality food.  Even if it is in the form of a hamburger, it's not a cheap patty from Burger King.  

Having been a part of a team who made the National's Olympic Qualifications in Swimming and was invited to a "State" State Dinner afterward, I can honestly say I would have been highly disappointed if I was served fast food in lieu of a professionally cooked steak dinner I actually got.  

At the time, I could have road my bike to McDonald's myself and paid $3 for a two cheeseburger meal on my own...

...but I digress, the image Gerry posted is simply a funny comparison of how times have changed.