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Old 03-26-2012, 07:49 PM   #2577
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I kind of follow Captain Morgan, but JD is good too. When you mix JD with Dunner who knows what can happen?
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I kind of follow Captain Morgan, but JD is good too. When you mix JD with Dunner who knows what can happen?
I tend to only visit the Captain during the winter time, mostly around the holidays when he's making hot rum beverages of the name I can't remember at the moment (It involves hot rum, monarch orange, and some spices).

Depending on the amount of Dunner to Jack, potential air born driving could occur .
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three words: The Golden Rule
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I used to know of a Chinese Restaurant that had that as their name , food wasn't too bad either.
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Chinese Restaurants , now that's another topic!
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I think that is worth even more now a days with the high price of gold! or with the low morale standards in some folks :(
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Kwan's in Salem is one of my favorites, the food isn't heavy on the stomach like most Chinese Restaurants .
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I just woke up from a nightmare where my MH was stolen during the night from my side yard. It was not a Vicomare and alcohol was not involved ether. Dog went ballistic during the night, so I just had to go check. Besides that, I had to go get the newspaper.
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Wouldn't that be something, after waiting all that time to get it back. Sounds like Sadie was thinking the same thing!
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The bad part was I couldn't remember my plate number. Just put it in my wallet.
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We used to eat at a Chinese restaurant, until my mom moved into an apartment that one of her bedroom windows looked down on their rear parking lot. They would take their frozen veggies and smash them on the rear parking lot to break them apart, as they were in good sized blocks. When they were done the birds and rodents would come and clean up the mess left there. As they did that they would leave their own mess there. The restaurant owners never hosed the parking lot down and just continued breaking up their frozen's on the bird and rat doo. True story.
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Thanks for sharing.
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We used to eat at a Chinese restaurant, until my mom moved into an apartment that one of her bedroom windows looked down on their rear parking lot. They would take their frozen veggies and smash them on the rear parking lot to break them apart, as they were in good sized blocks. When they were done the birds and rodents would come and clean up the mess left there. As they did that they would leave their own mess there. The restaurant owners never hosed the parking lot down and just continued breaking up their frozen's on the bird and rat doo. True story.
I've eaten at plenty of places with questionable kitchens. I'm always amazed beth's cafe in Seattle passes health inspections, the walls are dyed orange from years of grease , but they have really great 12 egg omelets (As seen on Man vs Food).
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