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    Senior Member Ok, I really can't come up with anymore of these stupid things... srboone's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Teriw View Post
    awww but they only charged me $108.35...not the extra 33 something for shipping. Still might be waiting a while i Guess. but I'll cross my fingers that they forgot to add the shipping charge and send it anyway
    That should include shipping. The book is only $75. My total cost was $83 (75 +8 shipping) so your $108.35 charge should include shipping (75 + 33.35). Right?
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    I resemble that remark.
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    Do you know that vegetarians are the highest producers of methane on the planet?

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    Well, I just was thinking that since EPA want to tax farmers for the amont of cattle they have (since they poop alot and produce tons of methane) that they could tax vegetarians as being higher methane producers than us meatatarians!
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    I have nothing against vegetables, but meat is AWESOME!

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    I really have nothing against bacon.But VEGGIES ARE AWESOME.You guys can have your bacon thread back now

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    Vegetables, I mean vegetarians just don't understand...

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    Mmmmmmm..... Cowwwww......

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    Charred flesh.....need charred flesh....
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    I love Bacon in certain things and just plain bacon so I don't agree with some of this but I thought you guys would agree with ALL of it.

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    I have to agree. I'm not quite sure about #8, but I'd be willing to try it if my computer had a floppy drive.

    On a related note, we're finally getting the little guy to eat bacon, after a couple years of "I don't like that". He's not mixing it with anything yet, but we're off to a start.
    "Dance until your feet hurt. Sing until your lungs hurt. Act until you're William Hurt." - Phil Dunphy ("Modern Family"), from Phil's-osophy.

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    So true, agree with all of them!

    Congrats to the little guy, although now that means less bacon for you Terry!

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    It's okay. You have to cook a pound at a time anyway, and that's enough for 2 1/2 people.
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    hahahaha totally Ron Swanson style! (Parks and Rec)

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    Bacon, egg and cheese sandwich for breakfast this morning. Me and my sister LIT UP when we realized we had a new and supposedly amazing GF bread to try and it truely was amazing! You almost couldnt tell the difference...just a harder crust which meant it was even harder on toast but still amazing. Can't get it here though. WE bought it in edmonton when we took Mason home. 3hr drive for bread is kind of long. But we got 4 loaves and froze them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teriw View Post
    Bacon, egg and cheese sandwich for breakfast this morning. Me and my sister LIT UP when we realized we had a new and supposedly amazing GF bread to try and it truely was amazing! You almost couldnt tell the difference...just a harder crust which meant it was even harder on toast but still amazing. Can't get it here though. WE bought it in edmonton when we took Mason home. 3hr drive for bread is kind of long. But we got 4 loaves and froze them
    What kind of bread is it? And yeah, 3 hours for bread would be a little crazy
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    Kinnikinnick. Its nothing like their frozen crap or the stuff in a box u make yourself. It is very close to real white bread. They only have one fresh food store though and its in Edmonton.

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