Return of the Mighty Observations Thread

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Re: Return of the Mighty Observations Thread

Post by JennyB » 09 Oct 2017, 4:54pm

Dr. Medulla wrote:
09 Oct 2017, 4:37pm
JennyB wrote:
09 Oct 2017, 4:26pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
09 Oct 2017, 3:46pm
The missuz just left for Thanksgiving supper at a friend of hers. I'm not joining her because said friend's husband is a dumbass conspiracy nut and an anti-Semite (I mentioned this a couple years back when they were here for a dinner party and he started going all Protocols of the Elders of Zion). B is there because it's her friend but I'm not under the same obligations. I told her that if my absence is inquired about to say that I'm at home giving thanks for Jewish contributions to the world.
Is Canadian Thanksgiving as big a thing as it is here in Trumpistan? You can tell the guy that I bestowed upon you an honorary membership in ZOG.
No, nothing like what you've got. It's still too far away from Christmas to tie it in to the insanity of shopping. Just a harvest festival that's morphed into October's stat holiday.

My sincere hope is to never encounter that asshole again. B and their mutual friends keep hoping that he'll eventually be kicked to the curb (he's long been known as douchebag to them).
Well, he sounds delightful!
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Re: Return of the Mighty Observations Thread

Post by Dr. Medulla » 09 Oct 2017, 4:58pm

JennyB wrote:
09 Oct 2017, 4:54pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
09 Oct 2017, 4:37pm
JennyB wrote:
09 Oct 2017, 4:26pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
09 Oct 2017, 3:46pm
The missuz just left for Thanksgiving supper at a friend of hers. I'm not joining her because said friend's husband is a dumbass conspiracy nut and an anti-Semite (I mentioned this a couple years back when they were here for a dinner party and he started going all Protocols of the Elders of Zion). B is there because it's her friend but I'm not under the same obligations. I told her that if my absence is inquired about to say that I'm at home giving thanks for Jewish contributions to the world.
Is Canadian Thanksgiving as big a thing as it is here in Trumpistan? You can tell the guy that I bestowed upon you an honorary membership in ZOG.
No, nothing like what you've got. It's still too far away from Christmas to tie it in to the insanity of shopping. Just a harvest festival that's morphed into October's stat holiday.

My sincere hope is to never encounter that asshole again. B and their mutual friends keep hoping that he'll eventually be kicked to the curb (he's long been known as douchebag to them).
Well, he sounds delightful!
He has some very interesting ideas about chemtrails and whether jet fuel can melt steel.
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Re: Return of the Mighty Observations Thread

Post by 101Walterton » 09 Oct 2017, 5:04pm

Dr. Medulla wrote:
09 Oct 2017, 4:37pm
JennyB wrote:
09 Oct 2017, 4:26pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
09 Oct 2017, 3:46pm
The missuz just left for Thanksgiving supper at a friend of hers. I'm not joining her because said friend's husband is a dumbass conspiracy nut and an anti-Semite (I mentioned this a couple years back when they were here for a dinner party and he started going all Protocols of the Elders of Zion). B is there because it's her friend but I'm not under the same obligations. I told her that if my absence is inquired about to say that I'm at home giving thanks for Jewish contributions to the world.
Is Canadian Thanksgiving as big a thing as it is here in Trumpistan? You can tell the guy that I bestowed upon you an honorary membership in ZOG.
No, nothing like what you've got. It's still too far away from Christmas to tie it in to the insanity of shopping. Just a harvest festival that's morphed into October's stat holiday.

My sincere hope is to never encounter that asshole again. B and their mutual friends keep hoping that he'll eventually be kicked to the curb (he's long been known as douchebag to them).
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Now is the time, now is the time for your friendship to end

Be it your sister
Be it your brother
Be it your cousin or your, uncle or your lover

If you have a racist friend
now is the time, now is the time for your friendship to end

Be it your best friend
Or any other
Is it your husband or your father or your mother?

Tell them to change their views
Or change their friends
Now is the time, now is the time, for your friendship to end

So if you know a racist who thinks he is your friend
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Call yourself my friend?
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Our friendship has got to end
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So if you have a racist friend
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Re: Return of the Mighty Observations Thread

Post by revbob » 09 Oct 2017, 7:04pm

Happy Canadian Thanksgiving
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Post by Dr. Medulla » 09 Oct 2017, 7:37pm

:yuck: I grilled myself a burger, had some frozen yogurt, and now I'm sucking back a few glasses of Shiraz.
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Re: Return of the Mighty Observations Thread

Post by revbob » 10 Oct 2017, 6:49pm

I like turkey but ground turkey is not a suitable substitute for ground beef.

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Re: Return of the Mighty Observations Thread

Post by Dr. Medulla » 10 Oct 2017, 7:14pm

revbob wrote:
10 Oct 2017, 6:49pm
I like turkey but ground turkey is not a suitable substitute for ground beef.
A lesson I learn and forget ever two years or so.
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Re: Return of the Mighty Observations Thread

Post by Kory » 10 Oct 2017, 8:13pm

Dr. Medulla wrote:
10 Oct 2017, 7:14pm
revbob wrote:
10 Oct 2017, 6:49pm
I like turkey but ground turkey is not a suitable substitute for ground beef.
A lesson I learn and forget ever two years or so.
This board is home to the pickiest eaters I've ever encountered.
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Re: Return of the Mighty Observations Thread

Post by Dr. Medulla » 10 Oct 2017, 8:23pm

Kory wrote:
10 Oct 2017, 8:13pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
10 Oct 2017, 7:14pm
revbob wrote:
10 Oct 2017, 6:49pm
I like turkey but ground turkey is not a suitable substitute for ground beef.
A lesson I learn and forget ever two years or so.
This board is home to the pickiest eaters I've ever encountered.
The middle class really do deserve extermination. :disshame:
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Re: Return of the Mighty Observations Thread

Post by Flex » 10 Oct 2017, 8:37pm

Kory wrote:
10 Oct 2017, 8:13pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
10 Oct 2017, 7:14pm
revbob wrote:
10 Oct 2017, 6:49pm
I like turkey but ground turkey is not a suitable substitute for ground beef.
A lesson I learn and forget ever two years or so.
This board is home to the pickiest eaters I've ever encountered.
Extreme same
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Re: Return of the Mighty Observations Thread

Post by revbob » 10 Oct 2017, 8:45pm

Kory wrote:
10 Oct 2017, 8:13pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
10 Oct 2017, 7:14pm
revbob wrote:
10 Oct 2017, 6:49pm
I like turkey but ground turkey is not a suitable substitute for ground beef.
A lesson I learn and forget ever two years or so.
This board is home to the pickiest eaters I've ever encountered.
I disagree that this is an example of being picky. I prefer the term discerning.

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Re: Return of the Mighty Observations Thread

Post by Wolter » 10 Oct 2017, 9:01pm

revbob wrote:
10 Oct 2017, 8:45pm
Kory wrote:
10 Oct 2017, 8:13pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
10 Oct 2017, 7:14pm
revbob wrote:
10 Oct 2017, 6:49pm
I like turkey but ground turkey is not a suitable substitute for ground beef.
A lesson I learn and forget ever two years or so.
This board is home to the pickiest eaters I've ever encountered.
I disagree that this is an example of being picky. I prefer the term discerning.
I don't think "ground turkey isn't nearly as good as ground beef" is a crazy stance.
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Re: Return of the Mighty Observations Thread

Post by revbob » 10 Oct 2017, 9:35pm

Wolter wrote:
10 Oct 2017, 9:01pm
revbob wrote:
10 Oct 2017, 8:45pm
Kory wrote:
10 Oct 2017, 8:13pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
10 Oct 2017, 7:14pm
revbob wrote:
10 Oct 2017, 6:49pm
I like turkey but ground turkey is not a suitable substitute for ground beef.
A lesson I learn and forget ever two years or so.
This board is home to the pickiest eaters I've ever encountered.
I disagree that this is an example of being picky. I prefer the term discerning.
I don't think "ground turkey isn't nearly as good as ground beef" is a crazy stance.
Yeah I didn't think I was xourting controversy when i said it.

Background: my wife says i eat too much red meat. I like making meatballs so I thought I'd try some ground turkey instead. They not only looked kind of anemic they just didnt taste too good not nasty just pretty unexciting. Maybe I need to do something more to improve the flavor. Im open to suggestions.

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Re: Return of the Mighty Observations Thread

Post by Wolter » 11 Oct 2017, 12:23am

revbob wrote:
10 Oct 2017, 9:35pm
Wolter wrote:
10 Oct 2017, 9:01pm
revbob wrote:
10 Oct 2017, 8:45pm
Kory wrote:
10 Oct 2017, 8:13pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
10 Oct 2017, 7:14pm


A lesson I learn and forget ever two years or so.
This board is home to the pickiest eaters I've ever encountered.
I disagree that this is an example of being picky. I prefer the term discerning.
I don't think "ground turkey isn't nearly as good as ground beef" is a crazy stance.
Yeah I didn't think I was xourting controversy when i said it.

Background: my wife says i eat too much red meat. I like making meatballs so I thought I'd try some ground turkey instead. They not only looked kind of anemic they just didnt taste too good not nasty just pretty unexciting. Maybe I need to do something more to improve the flavor. Im open to suggestions.
I find the major problem with ground turkey is the same with boneless, skinless chicken: not enough fat, so it gets dry. You can reintegrate a little oil before cooking- it's still fat, but a lot of cooking oils are at least a little healthier than animal fat.
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Re: Return of the Mighty Observations Thread

Post by Flex » 11 Oct 2017, 12:43am

Even just using some olive oil spray or something can help on that front. I usually cook with turkey skinless chicken breast and such. Healthier.
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