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Postby nomdeguerre on Sun Jan 07, 2018 10:01 pm

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lujborg wrote:Is it a miele?


It is. Good guess.

Once you feel the strength of the long cord you'll never go back. That vacuum sucks so hard :drool:
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Postby DonPiano on Mon Jan 15, 2018 3:43 am

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fredo wrote:On the drive home, wannadeez:
http://www.liebers.co.nz/our-pies/pork- ... crackling/


I had to google 'crackling'. I've come across the word, but never knew what it was/meant. I'm gonna' guess that the dish you've posted is very good; however, I'm likely never to get the opportunity to try it. It's like pastrami, I've never eaten it and a lot of folks rave about it. I don't want to try it because even if it is good, it's not something that I would continue to eat. Isn't pastrami unhealthy...fatty? In other words, ignorance will keep me healthier.


Crackling is divine. Crunchy goodness. Pastrami is also very swell.

Those pies look the tits. Jesters need to lift their game.
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wottagunn wrote:they're exactly the same you drymounts. go get an eye check


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Postby rubberneck on Mon Jan 15, 2018 9:43 am

Residents of Hawaii responses on Reddit about how they reacted to the alert:


I got drunk for the first time in 4 years of sobriety... oops -- two_black_eyes


All I regret is filling my emergency water containers right behind the car. So now I'm blocked in the garage by 150 gallons of water -- fusepark


My 70 year old dad ate two loaves of bread while hiding in his closet. He said he only regrets it because he has to buy more bread now -- lookma_noserotonin


Hawaii resident here. While I didn't make the impulse decision, the people around me did. I was sleeping when the announcement came out, and the others in my house didn't decide to wake me up. They said if I was gonna die, might as well let me die in my sleep. Edit: We all became tired of the news after two hours. Just became annoying -- PacamaHM


I made an impulse decision to stay in bed with my wife. Nowhere to go for safety, no time to get there anyway. Might as well be comfortable in my bed with someone i love -- Fearlessleader85


I ate all the leftover lasagna in my fridge. I figured that if shits about to hit the fan, I better carb tf up -- d**kheadf**tface


My uncle and his family live in Hawaii. He's been cheating on his wife for 2 years. We all found out about it in a mass text he sent 5 minutes after the emergency text went out. He wanted "clear the air" before he died -- jmanmaster
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Postby rubberneck on Mon Jan 15, 2018 10:06 am

The Original Bullitt Mustang Has Come Out of Hiding:

http://www.roadandtrack.com/car-culture ... e-mcqueen/

Been following this mystery for years, great to see it back out in the open... :pint:
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Postby DonPiano on Mon Jan 15, 2018 8:55 pm

Well, a good news thing, I start as the local film reviewer for the main radio station here in Perth today. A little bit nervous - naturally - but I'm very darn excited.
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wottagunn wrote:they're exactly the same you drymounts. go get an eye check


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Postby mfaith on Mon Jan 15, 2018 9:00 pm

DonPiano wrote:Well, a good news thing, I start as the local film reviewer for the main radio station here in Perth today. A little bit nervous - naturally - but I'm very darn excited.

That's awesome Andrew! Congrats :cheers:
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Postby IWish on Mon Jan 15, 2018 9:04 pm

DonPiano wrote:Well, a good news thing, I start as the local film reviewer for the main radio station here in Perth today. A little bit nervous - naturally - but I'm very darn excited.


The 'first day' is always a bit nerve wracking. Now that it's over...It's smooth sailing from here on. You'll do great! Congrats!
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Postby mfaith on Mon Jan 15, 2018 9:10 pm

He's in Australia. His day just started.

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Neverless, you'll do great dude. :pint:
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Postby DonPiano on Mon Jan 15, 2018 9:25 pm

hah, thanks guys. It'll be this afternoon, so a few hours away. Going to be chatting about Paddington 2, Sweet Country, The Post and equal pay. Darn excited.
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wottagunn wrote:they're exactly the same you drymounts. go get an eye check


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Postby RottenAtom on Mon Jan 15, 2018 10:11 pm

Congrats DP, that's great! :pint:
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Postby FrankBooth on Mon Jan 15, 2018 10:17 pm

Congrats

I can only recommend following our god Jay Sherman for wisdom.

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Postby IWish on Mon Jan 15, 2018 11:42 pm

mfaith wrote:He's in Australia. His day just started.

Neverless, you'll do great dude. :pint:


Ah. I knew they were ahead...didn't realize that much. What do I know? Heh. I live in the land where time stood still...we don't even observe daylight savings time shiftiness, here.
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Postby DonPiano on Tue Jan 16, 2018 12:00 am

Thanks RA and FrankBooth - I'll make sure to try steer the Perth public away from the nonsense.

IWish - we don't celebrate the curtain ruining nonsense that is daylight savings either. Why are we saving daylight when we've got global warming going on? Don't we want less sunlight? Bah humbug.
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wottagunn wrote:they're exactly the same you drymounts. go get an eye check


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Postby fredo on Tue Jan 16, 2018 3:39 am

DonPiano wrote:
IWish wrote:
fredo wrote:On the drive home, wannadeez:
http://www.liebers.co.nz/our-pies/pork- ... crackling/


I had to google 'crackling'. I've come across the word, but never knew what it was/meant. I'm gonna' guess that the dish you've posted is very good; however, I'm likely never to get the opportunity to try it. It's like pastrami, I've never eaten it and a lot of folks rave about it. I don't want to try it because even if it is good, it's not something that I would continue to eat. Isn't pastrami unhealthy...fatty? In other words, ignorance will keep me healthier.


Crackling is divine. Crunchy goodness. Pastrami is also very swell.

Those pies look the tits. Jesters need to lift their game.


They are the tits. Best in NZ that I've had. I'd send you one but the fat content is so high it'd be considered a weapon.

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