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jhuggett
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PostSubject: Re: Thread Drift Warnings...   Wed Dec 19, 2007 11:28 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Thread Drift Warnings...   Thu Dec 20, 2007 10:05 am

Huggie, can we have a Tuna Forum? bom
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PostSubject: Re: Thread Drift Warnings...   Thu Dec 20, 2007 10:05 am

Actually, it means "Fan Of Shapiro (Pipes)" or "Friend Of Smokers"... but Jason's definition probably works, too. Anyway, glad you're getting to spend time with your son... wish it was under different circumstances.

PS: I have to tell you, Joel, I still chuckle every time I remember this little gem you posted at Knox (one of my all-time favorite posts):

"So after weeding through what you wrote to get the one small nugget that is the goal....

You want us to rate GLP's blends high in order to raise their overall ratings on tr.com?"
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PostSubject: Re: Thread Drift Warnings...   Thu Dec 20, 2007 10:05 am

double post...


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PostSubject: Re: Thread Drift Warnings...   Thu Dec 20, 2007 10:08 am

Got a recipe for tuna tacos, JD?
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PostSubject: Thread Drift Warnings...   Thu Dec 20, 2007 12:33 pm

To the extent (if there even is one) that anybody cares, I do not come here with the expectation of sitting up straight, facing forward, keeping both feet flat on the floor, raising my hand when I have something to say, waiting for permission before speaking, or tailoring it to Mrs. Grundy's notion of what relevance is. (This can be extended to include "nice" as well).

It is the mission of the Mrs. Grundys of the world to impose this regimen (essentially, a female one) on the world. Once established, it is only a short step from there to the Grammar Police and the rest of it.

I endured it once (under compulsion) but did not internalise it. Consequently, I have no intention of imposing it on others, or of suffering them to impose it on me.

Girls' rules do not sit well with boys. Nor does the impulse to manipulate others by invoking them. Which, IMHO, underlies most such attempts.

Yak's 2c worth (plain).

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PostSubject: Re: Thread Drift Warnings...   Thu Dec 20, 2007 12:45 pm

Love the "Yak-speak" dialectic, the unabashed shrugging off of politically correct and/or dogmatic idiosynchrasies and throwing the meat right out there on the table pig affraid Cool

Fuggedaboudit Gate, you ain't baitin me into the tuna taco euphemism Evil or Very Mad ...Oh, shoot, ya just did, didn't you! Mad

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PostSubject: Re: Thread Drift Warnings...   Thu Dec 20, 2007 1:19 pm

Of course, Yak got what I was aiming for completely wrong. But that's ok.

GW, thanks. Glad you liked that one. Some folks get a little verbose and it can be tough to get to the point (or even to find it Shocked)
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PostSubject: Re: Thread Drift Warnings...   Thu Dec 20, 2007 3:19 pm

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Got a recipe for tuna tacos, JD?
Couple of pieces of Cod (tuna smells lol! ), lightly battered in flour and spices, deep fried. Flour tortilla thrown on the grill for a couple of seconds to soften up. Chopped up cabbage, couple of jalapeņos cut up into strips (less seeds), and tarter sauce (mayo/relish/smidgen of mustard). Everything thrown into tortilla then fresh lime juice over everything.
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PostSubject: Re: Thread Drift Warnings...   Thu Dec 20, 2007 4:00 pm

I've never been fond of tuna but Mikes recipe sounds good. I sure hope you guys are eating dolphin free tuna. Looks like the Japanese whale enetrprises are once again in full swing, contrary to international treaties. I am not a whale hugger but as I understand, the Japanese have a floating factory that efficiently harvests whales. They should eat more beef.

My favorite sea food, by far, is beer battered deep fried halibut. Onion rings. Tons of salt on both. Copious amounts of ice cold Corona to wash it down with. A close second is my father-in-laws smoked kocanee salmon. That goes best with a nice dark beer some sharp cheese and a little deer theringer. Super Bowl and wardrobe malfunction food.

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PostSubject: Re: Thread Drift Warnings...   Thu Dec 20, 2007 7:06 pm

thomas james wrote:
I sure hope you guys are eating dolphin


Shocked .......Well, as a matter of fact, yes!

Dorado, mahi mahi, dolphinfish (not really dolphin), whatever you want to call it, makes the best fish tacos hand down cheers

I said hands down! pale

I ate these constantly while on my fishing adventures on the sea of Cortez in a little villiage called Loretto, Baja California Sur, Either home made or at a little roadside stand called McLulu's:

Slice the dorado filets thin across the grain, dip lightly in beer batter and deep fry. Lay a strip or two of fried dorado on a pair of fresh corn tortillas that have been heated on a hot cast iron skillet using no oil. This is how the natives heat tortillas for tacos, never frying the torts - that's a gringo faux pas. The taco is topped with a mixture of either shredded lettuce or cabbage that's mixed with chopped fresh cilantro, a good squeeze of fresh lime juice and a drizzle of chile' - or as we in the States call it, salsa. [not the store bought salsa, the real deal is made by throwing grilled and raw jalapenos and dried red chiles in a blender with fresh garlic, oregano, salt, oil, water and vinegar, then pureed]

Betcha can't eat just one!! Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Thread Drift Warnings...   Thu Dec 20, 2007 7:17 pm

Puff Daddy wrote:
I ate constantly while on my fishing adventures.

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PostSubject: Re: Thread Drift Warnings...   Thu Dec 20, 2007 7:21 pm

thomas james wrote:
Puff Daddy wrote:
I ate constantly while on my fishing adventures.

pig

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lol! They told me that I was supposed to stop eating like that once I got home from vacation, unfortunately they told me six years after I got back Suspect

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PostSubject: Re: Thread Drift Warnings...   Thu Dec 20, 2007 7:53 pm

One thing I like about my Republican brother-in-law (as we are on tuna and the like, besides it's good to drift from time to time if you get my drift) is that he is sending my wife and me a Christmas present tomorrow. Live lobsters.

Razz Razz Razz Razz Razz Paul

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PostSubject: Re: Thread Drift Warnings...   Thu Dec 20, 2007 8:01 pm

Do Canadian lobsters have mad lobster disease?
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PostSubject: Re: Thread Drift Warnings...   Fri Dec 28, 2007 10:05 pm

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sunny Gate,you're too much! cheers
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I have come to conclude that he has too much time on his hands! lol!
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