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Old 09-29-2011, 09:57 AM   #15
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Keep us posted on how you make out with that offer. If P.T. Barnum was correct and you "market" it effectively, it might just work.

Then again, I'm not sure that I'd want someone working for bologna sandwiches putting air in my tires....
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Old 09-29-2011, 10:07 AM   #16
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That must be some kind of special Bolonga. You can buy Oscar- Myer brand for $2.50 /lb all day long at Walmart(oops, wrong thread) lol
We want to know where to get REAL Bolonga (1950s style)
Oscar don't taste good fried.
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That's going to take a LOT of sandwiches

I might consider 10 bucks a foot though. 15 I'd do it.
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i remember as a kid Balonga was 49 cents a lb... dad made sure it was thick cut he didnt want to eat air lol fried tators and pork n beans
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After you fry it please put mayonnaise on one side and mustard on the other slice of bread, change to a diet coke and THEN throw in a moon pie we may come a lot closer to a deal!
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looks like im gonna wash it all by myself....have wife make me a Balonga sandwich on my break..
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Fried SMOKED bologna?.. Always used to put a log of it on the smoker when smoking anything......... Best ever..... Any brand....
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If you furnish a free FHU parking spot for the winter we might work out something, OH, you keep your bologna.
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That must be some kind of special Bolonga. You can buy Oscar- Myer brand for $2.50 /lb all day long at Walmart(oops, wrong thread) lol

That's ring bologna right? I don't care for the "lunch meat" variety .
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rings the only way...
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rings the only way...

I really have to think about this. The wife is telling me I'm crazy (what else is new) ....
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nutty peanut butter on one piece of bread, grape jelly on the other and fried bologna in the middle. RC cola and moon pie and I am on my way.
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thats gross....lol
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