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Old 08-01-2012, 09:44 AM   #379
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In the spirit of being argumentative...

In Living Color gave us Homey D. Clown ("Homey don't play dat!") rather than Krusty the Clown, who's a Simpson's character.
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Old 08-01-2012, 09:49 AM   #380
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Old 08-01-2012, 10:06 AM   #381
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Ever had!!! Not over had. Stupid iPhone. Next I'm going to get in trouble for poor spelling, punctuation, and bad gramma.
I think you have a great gramma.

You should be nicer.

The world could use a few more mean people.
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Old 08-01-2012, 10:23 AM   #382
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So is a lot of so-called Mexican food.

On the other hand, we can't even honestly say, "As American as apple pie." Apple pie was created during the reign of Richard II in England (1381AD was the date of the first known written recipe), long before there were even American colonies.
Yes, but on the other hand, the Americas made possible many of the "classic" European dishes. Where would we be with italian spaghetti and meatballs without tomatoes? Where would Europe have been without the potato which essentially carried them through the industrial revolution?

And just because we don't invent the original concept of a food doesn't mean we didn't perfect it. Just look at hamburgers and hotdogs. I would contend that bacon-wrapped, grilled-onion laden, bell pepper doused, and mustard drenched street dogs are an incredibly advanced American perfection on someone else' invention.

And finally, No.
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Old 08-01-2012, 10:41 AM   #383
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Jason,

Has you considered geting a speel cheker? And a gramma cheker?

White Castles increase spelling and grammar scores by 50% according to an unpublished study I just thought up.

But comparing Cedaredge and Crawford—we are further east and have a better restaurant. You have a money losing gold course. We have a world famous blues singer (Joe Cocker). You have a traffic light. Thus, Crawford only lacks White Castle, though we have Needle Rock.

And, furthermore, did you get to Yellowstone?

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Jason,

Has you considered geting a speel cheker? And a gramma cheker?

White Castles increase spelling and grammar scores by 50% according to an unpublished study I just thought up.

But comparing Cedaredge and Crawford—we are further east and have a better restaurant. You have a money losing gold course. We have a world famous blues singer (Joe Cocker). You have a traffic light. Thus, Crawford only lacks White Castle, though we have Needle Rock.

And, furthermore, did you get to Yellowstone?

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I feel pretty lucky, because I get to yellowstone pretty much every time I go camping. The trick is drinking lots of water and coffee, and opting to not have a loo in the stream.
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