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   PastimesWaiting For the Big Kahuna.... UP!!!!


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To: quasi-geezer who wrote (364)4/21/2003 4:50:39 PM
From: Lucretius
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ouch.. cover.

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To: Lucretius who wrote (368)4/21/2003 4:55:46 PM
From: quasi-geezer
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herobuilders.com

dude, can I have these for Christmas, thanks in advance !!!

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To: sun-tzu who wrote (365)4/21/2003 4:57:30 PM
From: Win-Lose-Draw
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viking and subzero are so 1980s -g-.

you want miele and/or gaggenau, from two of your very favorite euroland countries. -g- the miele dishwashers are awesome, i actually have to go up to mine and put an ear to it to see if it's on.

(oops, i just took a look, gaggenau isn't euro, it's canuck, is that ok? -bg-)

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To: Win-Lose-Draw who wrote (370)4/21/2003 5:24:27 PM
From: sun-tzu
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LIES! ALL LIES!

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To: Win-Lose-Draw who wrote (370)4/21/2003 5:28:20 PM
From: sun-tzu
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fwiw...i like spain and portugal. as for france and germany, i would rather have nine inch, hot pokers shoved slowly through my eyeballs than visit those cesspools. i like canada and frequently take long rides across the border to pick up do-nuts since they are so cheap over there.

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To: sun-tzu who wrote (367)4/21/2003 6:49:53 PM
From: Rich1
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I have 2 Kitchenaid 27's one in garage one in house...<g>

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To: Rich1 who wrote (373)4/21/2003 7:27:05 PM
From: sun-tzu
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you stockpile angus?

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To: sun-tzu who wrote (374)4/21/2003 9:20:04 PM
From: Rich1
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Nah...Better...Buy Prime Hereford meat fresh from Fresh market..
Hormone free.. best there is...IMHO..

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To: Rich1 who wrote (375)4/22/2003 5:27:23 AM
From: sun-tzu
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nice call!

preferredmeats.com@z:/ELEVCLIENTS/prefmeats1/ELEVATOR.FXP?ITEM=HEREFORD

this sh*t looks good. you ever order on-line?

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To: sun-tzu who wrote (376)4/22/2003 7:55:10 AM
From: Rich1
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No they sell it at the Fresh Market about 5 miles from my house..
I prefer fresh not frozen as I am always worried about freezer burn.
If you do order it online let me know how it goes..maybe I will try it..
BTW the Ribeyes the best..<g>
Edit
On Line price for Ribeyes..
Boneless Ribeye Steak
Item No. Pack Size Price
14208-1 10oz. ea 8/BX $55.00
14209-1 12oz. ea 8/BX $70.00
14210-1 14oz. ea 6/BX $60.00
14211-1 16oz. ea 6/BX $70.00

Fresh market Price 11.99 a pound so I dont see any savings as 96 ounces of steak is $70 online and $72 at Fresh Market.
But you have the convenience of having them in your Freezer.

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