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It's past seven here... guess I really need a good, long sleep after this weekend and work today.

Should get up and make those waffles now.


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And in weird things my brain comes up with - just before waking up I dreamt about this middle-aged writer-couple I follow on Twitter participating in a demolition derby running through central Manhattan.

I think I should change the names and write it up as a short story.


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Better make a robe out of those waffles.


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Kajehase wrote:

It's past seven here... guess I really need a good, long sleep after this weekend and work today.

Should get up and make those waffles now.

The scary part about that ToP? I was typing it in bed, so...

Scarab Sages

Damn! First CH with the nekkid cooking! Now Kajehase.

Maybe this is something I need to explore. Give the wife a treat...


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Treppa wrote:
Better make a robe out of those waffles.

A crispy, succulent robe!


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A warm waffle robe sounds really cozy.

Scarab Sages

All right folks! Back to business. Ciao.


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Aberzombie wrote:

Damn! First CH with the nekkid cooking! Now Kajehase.

Maybe this is something I need to explore. Give the wife a treat...

A word of warning, though - for once bacon is a suboptimal choice.

Scarab Sages

Treppa wrote:
A warm waffle robe sounds really cozy.

As long as it's not blue....


You know, a waffle robe would probably look a lot like samurai armor.

Dark Archive

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Celestial Healer wrote:

LMAO - Thanks, AZ.

And Hi, Chris Ballard! I feel like you've been by this thread before...

Yep, gotta come check up on the mad house sometimes.

:)


Nope, that one is red.


Treppa wrote:
A warm waffle robe sounds really cozy.

And delicious!!!!!


Aberzombie wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Why do you dislike NY? It's the center of the universe. You can PM me if you don't want to get into it here.
I don't know if there's enough time left in the universe's life for me to list all my reasons.

That's it. You are going to visit and CH and I are gonna do our best to change your mind! TO CHINATOWN!!!!!!


Treppa wrote:
You know, a waffle robe would probably look a lot like samurai armor.

And delicious!


Aberzombie wrote:
Treppa wrote:
A warm waffle robe sounds really cozy.
As long as it's not blue....

AND DELICIOUS!!!!


Freehold DM wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Treppa wrote:
A warm waffle robe sounds really cozy.
As long as it's not blue....
AND DELICIOUS!!!!

EWWWWWWWWWWWWW!


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HOW'S EVERYONE DOUUUUUUUUUUURRRRRRRRRRRRRRRLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!!!!!!!!


Chris Ballard wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:

LMAO - Thanks, AZ.

And Hi, Chris Ballard! I feel like you've been by this thread before...

Yep, gotta come check up on the mad house sometimes.

:)

You can check out anytime you like, but you can never leave.

Now I want to listen to Hotel California...


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Without reading the text, which one of those two gents is the original Dentarthurdent?

Sczarni

Bishop of Barf wrote:
HOW'S EVERYONE DOUUUUUUUUUUURRRRRRRRRRRRRRRLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!!!!!!!!

*mop mop mop* Wrong thread, yer grace. *mop mop mop*

RPG Superstar 2012

Not when people are throwing blue waffles around...

RPG Superstar 2012

Good afternoon!!!


Blue waffles can't be any worse than the green ketchup they were trying to sell when I was a kid.


Come to think of it, I think they also tried to make it purple.

Silver Crusade

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Scintillae wrote:
Blue waffles can't be any worse than the green ketchup they were trying to sell when I was a kid.

Oh it is.

It's much worse.


Scintillae wrote:
Blue waffles can't be any worse than the green ketchup they were trying to sell when I was a kid.

But I liked that stuff..


Scintillae wrote:
Come to think of it, I think they also tried to make it purple.

That stuff too.


Kajehase wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:

Damn! First CH with the nekkid cooking! Now Kajehase.

Maybe this is something I need to explore. Give the wife a treat...

A word of warning, though - for once bacon is a suboptimal choice.

Bacon is never a suboptimal choice. Fear is the mindkiller. Pain is weakness leaving the body. FRY THAT BACON!


Sissyl wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:

Damn! First CH with the nekkid cooking! Now Kajehase.

Maybe this is something I need to explore. Give the wife a treat...

A word of warning, though - for once bacon is a suboptimal choice.
Bacon is never a suboptimal choice. Fear is the mindkiller. Pain is weakness leaving the body. FRY THAT BACON!

Just don't fry the 'sausage'.


Wow. i think I'll just skip those last 5 pages. ;P
No time, just work and not enough hours in a day.

Hi Fawtl-ies!

Gotta get back to being busy,

Bye FAWTL-ies!

And BACON FTW! :D


Scintillae wrote:
I'd kinda like to be a supervillain.

I would strongly suggest you check out the somewhat recent run of Thunderbolts. They really get into what makes a supervillain a supervillain, and the motivations thereof. I like what they did with Ghost- you think I'm nuts re: Brown/Zuckerberg/WHEDON? I've got nothing on this guy re: his hatred/distrust of Stark and corporations, he's like a nutty evil BT in some ways- and the simple greedy honesty of Blizzard. Crossbones remained a disgusting bigot, but he had reasons for getting out of bed every morning too. I prefer complex supervillains to misunderstood ones.


Klaus van der Kroft wrote:

Dayum. Just came out of a meeting with a group of olive producers, and it seems 2013 will be a tough year for the industry.

Prices are exploding worldwide while inventories are running dry (we knew this for a while, but getting down to the numbers and projections made it bleaker). Problem is, we can't just go out and transfer the whole price increase to the consumers, because they'll just stop consuming. So it'll be tricky. Spain is already suffering from this (olive oil is a basic consumer good over there, so it hits hard at home when prices go up), and it will spread to other countries in the comming months.

I think several producers, particularly the tiny ones that depend on big exporters for their sales, will go under, sadly.

I am most sad to hear this. I do a lot of cooking with olive oil (although we are still a primarily 'butter' household. No using EVOO as a bread dip).

Prices are shooting up for most basics in my area as well. It seems to be a collection of issues: Bad harvests, passing on of new costs, and inflation.


Oh, great, another police intervention to the neighbors. Neighbor refused to open the door to answer them. I wonder how exactly look their current options.


Ouch, second police car and they called firemen to forcibly open the doors.


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Aberzombie wrote:

The whole microwave thing takes me back though. My folks got their first microwave when I was a kid. Clunky thing by today's standards. Flip dial timer (like the old clocks), and a handle to open and close it, not a button. But that thing was one tough appliance.

Eventually the handle broke off and we had to use a screw driver to open and close it. At one point we moved it to the small summer home we had in Bay St. Louis, MS. It stayed there for years (until we sold the place), then my brother took it to his hunting camp in south Louisiana. That place got taken out by a hurricane. The microwave is probably sitting on the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico even as we speak.

Our first microwave in the 70's was an Amana Radar Range. The thing weighed a ton and could probably stop small arms fire. I think that thing worked for about 20 years. It died with an actual mushroom cloud of smoke when it blew after getting dropped in the snow.

I miss things that last.


20 minutes of yelling and police threatening that they will break the door unless they open. They showed lot of patience but they are finally starting to drill...


Celestial Healer wrote:
Awesome, aeglos! Let the countdown begin!

+1 :)


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Aberzombie wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
... PM me if you feel the need to not clutter the thread with this info.
You got your info in my FAWTL!
I would come back with "You got your FAWTL in..." but I really don't see a down side to that.

It sounds dirty when you say it.

Silver Crusade

Bitter Thorn wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:

The whole microwave thing takes me back though. My folks got their first microwave when I was a kid. Clunky thing by today's standards. Flip dial timer (like the old clocks), and a handle to open and close it, not a button. But that thing was one tough appliance.

Eventually the handle broke off and we had to use a screw driver to open and close it. At one point we moved it to the small summer home we had in Bay St. Louis, MS. It stayed there for years (until we sold the place), then my brother took it to his hunting camp in south Louisiana. That place got taken out by a hurricane. The microwave is probably sitting on the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico even as we speak.

Our first microwave in the 70's was an Amana Radar Range. The thing weighed a ton and could probably stop small arms fire. I think that thing worked for about 20 years. It died with an actual mushroom cloud of smoke when it blew after getting dropped in the snow.

I miss things that last.

My friend moved into a house that already had a microwave in it. It had to be from the 70s and was operated by dials.

The best part was it did not have an auto-shutoff when you opened the door.

That's right. If you didn't remember to turn it off before you opened it, it would continue operating. o.O


Aberzombie wrote:
Treppa wrote:
A warm waffle robe sounds really cozy.
As long as it's not blue....

*facepalm*


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Celestial Healer wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
Blue waffles can't be any worse than the green ketchup they were trying to sell when I was a kid.

Oh it is.

It's much worse.

Seriously, I strongly recommend that you DO NOT google image blue waffle.


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Klaus van der Kroft wrote:

Dayum. Just came out of a meeting with a group of olive producers, and it seems 2013 will be a tough year for the industry.

Prices are exploding worldwide while inventories are running dry (we knew this for a while, but getting down to the numbers and projections made it bleaker). Problem is, we can't just go out and transfer the whole price increase to the consumers, because they'll just stop consuming. So it'll be tricky. Spain is already suffering from this (olive oil is a basic consumer good over there, so it hits hard at home when prices go up), and it will spread to other countries in the comming months.

I think several producers, particularly the tiny ones that depend on big exporters for their sales, will go under, sadly.

I am most sad to hear this. I do a lot of cooking with olive oil (although we are still a primarily 'butter' household. No using EVOO as a bread dip).

Prices are shooting up for most basics in my area as well. It seems to be a collection of issues: Bad harvests, passing on of new costs, and inflation.

I think we're going to see things get much worse in terms of food prices.


Celestial Healer wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:

The whole microwave thing takes me back though. My folks got their first microwave when I was a kid. Clunky thing by today's standards. Flip dial timer (like the old clocks), and a handle to open and close it, not a button. But that thing was one tough appliance.

Eventually the handle broke off and we had to use a screw driver to open and close it. At one point we moved it to the small summer home we had in Bay St. Louis, MS. It stayed there for years (until we sold the place), then my brother took it to his hunting camp in south Louisiana. That place got taken out by a hurricane. The microwave is probably sitting on the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico even as we speak.

Our first microwave in the 70's was an Amana Radar Range. The thing weighed a ton and could probably stop small arms fire. I think that thing worked for about 20 years. It died with an actual mushroom cloud of smoke when it blew after getting dropped in the snow.

I miss things that last.

My friend moved into a house that already had a microwave in it. It had to be from the 70s and was operated by dials.

The best part was it did not have an auto-shutoff when you opened the door.

That's right. If you didn't remember to turn it off before you opened it, it would continue operating. o.O

WOW!

(This reminds me of one of my favorite HAZMAT stories.)


Drejk wrote:
20 minutes of yelling and police threatening that they will break the door unless they open. They showed lot of patience but they are finally starting to drill...

Oy vey!

RPG Superstar 2012

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How can one have a "favorite" HAZMAT story? :P

Dark Archive

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Bitter Thorn wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
Blue waffles can't be any worse than the green ketchup they were trying to sell when I was a kid.

Oh it is.

It's much worse.

Seriously, I strongly recommend that you DO NOT google image blue waffle.

Do it! Be sure to turn Safe Search off!


Drejk wrote:
20 minutes of yelling and police threatening that they will break the door unless they open. They showed lot of patience but they are finally starting to drill...

Is it bad that I reeeeeally want to know what's happening with this?


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taig wrote:
How can one have a "favorite" HAZMAT story? :P

If you live to tell it?

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