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Old 12-10-2013, 10:47 AM   #7827
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Konichiwa Steve san. Moshimoshi.

Sansei. Many meanings for sansei. I like the one that means "fish", as in sushi, but I much prefer sashimi with wasabi.

Maxwell Smart and his shoe phone was much like Dick Tracey and his wrist radio, but Tracey was first. Do you have a Lone Ranger decoder ring?

That is as wise and gifted as I can be today.
Indeed DT was before Max and 99. I don't recall an actual TV or Movie appearance of such a home before Max though. Could have been. No telling what all 007 had going for him in Fleming's books and before the big screen.

Ah the age of wonderment. What will future mutants - being born into RVM families even today - be traversing the rainbow in and how will they communicate? Will today's RVs be the tent equivalent of tomorrow? Talk amongst yourselves.
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Konichiwa Steve san. Moshimoshi. Sansei. Many meanings for sansei. I like the one that means "fish", as in sushi, but I much prefer sashimi with wasabi. Maxwell Smart and his shoe phone was much like Dick Tracey and his wrist radio, but Tracey was first. Do you have a Lone Ranger decoder ring? That is as wise and gifted as I can be today.
I wanna go out for dinner with you! DH prefers his sansei cooked and defiantly does not do sashimi, but that leaves more for me.

Have you ever been to one of those Japanese places where all the dishes go past you like a little train in a clear tunnel? Open the doors to take what you like and pay afterward by the dish. Too much fun!

And "sansei"? I'll tell my Sensei next time I see her! She might not like to be served with wasabi....

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Old 12-10-2013, 11:06 AM   #7829
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Fellow Mutant's is snow shoveling a practice to be frowned upon by fellow mutants?

I really should have helped the neighbor (we live in a condo) but I don't know whether I should feel guilty or not! RVM59
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FYI....headed to hospital...stop. DIL expecting.....stop. Waiting on DW to get ready..translated..make a dozen phone calls....stop. Will keep you informed...stop.


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Thanks sansei.

Maxwell Smarts shoe phone may be one of the first TV "modern cell phones". What say ye oh wise and gifted one?
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Konichiwa Steve san. Moshimoshi.

Sansei. Many meanings for sansei. I like the one that means "fish", as in sushi, but I much prefer sashimi with wasabi.

Maxwell Smart and his shoe phone was much like Dick Tracey and his wrist radio, but Tracey was first. Do you have a Lone Ranger decoder ring?

That is as wise and gifted as I can be today.
Ohayō gozaimasu m(_ _)m kenmeikatsu sainou yutaka 1tsu.

Sushi ya sashimiha hijixyouni yoku konomare te.
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The conveyor belt is popular in Japan and so much fun.

Who know, maybe your "sansei" like to be served with wasabi....

In Okinawa I had a pottery "sansei" for several years and he probably would not mind for the right person over 70. I'm sorry, that is not a good mental picture, eh?
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I wanna go out for dinner with you! DH prefers his sansei cooked and defiantly does not do sashimi, but that leaves more for me. Have you ever been to one of those Japanese places where all the dishes go past you like a little train in a clear tunnel? Open the doors to take what you like and pay afterward by the dish. Too much fun! And "sansei"? I'll tell my Sensei next time I see her! She might not like to be served with wasabi.... Cheers! Sue
Yeah! Spouses can "eat" while we "dine".

Sashimi of all varieties and wasabi and shaved ginger. (Drool)
The train thing sounds grand! I always spend double what I plan on in such places. Me, DS, and GD are famous for eating at least an hour longer than the others at a good Japanese Hibachi.

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I wanna go out for dinner with you! DH prefers his sansei cooked and defiantly does not do sashimi, but that leaves more for me.

Have you ever been to one of those Japanese places where all the dishes go past you like a little train in a clear tunnel? Open the doors to take what you like and pay afterward by the dish. Too much fun!

And "sansei"? I'll tell my Sensei next time I see her! She might not like to be served with wasabi....

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Ha! Dave turns off his spell checker. I leave mine on. Ya gets what ya pay for. Although I think we're running neck and neck on spelling errors. But I will eat a raw fish with either of ya anytime. In fact - I buy it and cut it myself.
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Ha! Dave turns off his spell checker. I leave mine on. Ya gets what ya pay for. Although I think we're running neck and neck on spelling errors. But I will eat a raw fish with either of ya anytime. In fact - I buy it and cut it myself.
You Two are certifiably Mutated !!!!

Raw fish .... .... battered and deep fried or grilled .... .... but on a different note:

My Amish cooling unit has landed in Phoenix and I will be picking that up today, sadly my small parts, ie: the new heaters, new fans and new fan control have not yet made it or have just made it past Nashville, so I still have to wait a bit longer before I can get my fridgerator back into operation, but progress is afoot:

So a ponderance comes to mind, why is it they ship the major piece separately from the minor pieces but all the pieces should be together so you can do the proper install, a curious mind wishes to know.

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When we were in Japan, my son had a Japanese business friend who took us to dinner.
Here is what it looked like and was just as delicious. I wonder if the GC@CL has a good Japanese restaurant.
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So a ponderance comes to mind, why is it they ship the major piece separately from the minor pieces but all the pieces should be together so you can do the proper install, a curious mind wishes to know. Cheers !!!
A conspiracy to keep you separated from hard icecream for as long as possible?

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When we were in Japan, my son had a Japanese business friend who took us to dinner. Here is what it looked like and was just as delicious. I wonder if the GC@CL has a good Japanese restaurant.
Yep! Oh my, how to choose?

Google "japanese hot springs, Ar".
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Yep! Oh my, how to choose?

Google "japanese hot springs, Ar".
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A conspiracy to keep you separated from hard icecream for as long as possible?

Thanks for the update, Jeff.

Hey Dave !!!

Hahahahaha more than likely, my old CU when set on 9, would keep ice cream at a cool mush, now then I am told that this new unit will keep it rock solid at a #5 setting we shall see when its fully operational once again. The bill of lading says the CU weighs 150 lbs, which I think sounds a bit to heavy, but thankfully the shipping was discounted from $165.00 to $65.00, a holiday special from Dave Force. What really made it time consuming was that Mr. Force was at a RV show in Louisville from Dec 2nd to the 5th. Oh well thank goodness for the generosity of the park manager that let me borrow her party fridge for the time being. It has been working great, but as you all know there isnt a lot of room in our coaches for extraneous refrigerators, this one is a good toe stubber as well. As soon as Marcia gets back from her exercise class we will be heading out to R&L Carriers to get my unit, and phase one will be complete, Life on the rainbow is looking brighter.

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Wayne, I was admiring your pictures in post #7834 and realized I've used a lot of those very same baits to catch edible fish. How does on batter and deep fry those little pieces?

Another ponderance..... When we pass post #9999 do we revert to 0001 or go forward to infinity a la Y2K?
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Wayne, I was admiring your pictures in post #7834 and realized I've used a lot of those very same baits to catch edible fish. How does on batter and deep fry those little pieces?

Another ponderance..... When we pass post #9999 do we revert to 0001 or go forward to infinity a la Y2K?

That's what the Wasabi is for. It puts a good taste on the Sashimi, and Sushi. Earlene cannot dip into my soy and Wasabi mix. To hot for her.

Ummm ummm good food.

Down here we use artificial bait for catching those fish we do fry on occasions. No sense wasting good food.
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