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    What about showers and clean bathrooms? Since we are in Wisconsin, I bet the cheese will be much less than anywhere in the U.S. The cheese will go well with the whine.

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    I remember this guy from someplace. . .

    Quote Originally Posted by marK11LT
    I'll be easy to find. . . thats my magic wand on my shoulder I wave it around over your head and suddenly the complaint you had seems to vanish
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    Oh no, now we are going to have an international incident.
    Pass the mustard and UP THE REVOLUTION!

    St. Paul Pioneer Press , Minneapolis Star Tribune

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    judging from where i'm sitting...if Mark pulls the trigger, a round should land....right in B.C.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Statdawg
    Is that hitting Canada in the rear ?

    Nah, BC would prefer Nunavit.....lol.


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    "Nunavit," you say. . .

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    Nah, BC would prefer Nunavit.....lol.
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    Actually, breeze, my good man, that's (ahem::!!) . . . "NUNAVUT" or, as our Inuit brethren would say, "Our Land!" ` ` ` ` ` ` `
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    Dealing with complaints and early arrivals - Quebec Style

    A travel report, adventure, of Statdawg, RedRider and PaulBach through a small part of Quebec is in the works. In the meantime we found a bas-relief on a stature honoring Maisonneuve, the founder of Montreal.

    The bas-relief suggests a method of dealing with early arrivals and well of the Nattering Nabobs of Negativism (remember Spiro Agnew?)

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    Here is the bas-relief
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    Do not attack Nunavut if you value your heinie!!!

    Ooohh I have a complaint!!

    How come Paulbach,who seems to be a total American,not only knows about Maisonneuve,but even spelled the name correctly??

    And why is there all that cheese in Wisconsin?
    Why isn't there more of that here?
    Sometimes,nothing is a real cool hand.

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    Don't need to take any stinking number.

    I already have mine and it is # 1.

    This gives me a lot of time to think of things. Thanks for the advance notice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by silk1100
    Don't need to take any stinking number.

    I already have mine and it is # 1.

    This gives me a lot of time to think of things. Thanks for the advance notice.
    now serving #4

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    I choose to not partake in this thread. Not in little part because I have no idea what it is about.

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    I am number 37 but my custard is melting and I need to know if I can eat my pistachio custard or has it been outlawed at BMW MOA because of where the nuts come from?
    Pass the mustard and UP THE REVOLUTION!

    St. Paul Pioneer Press , Minneapolis Star Tribune

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