[Sca-cooks] Party on while Papa's Gone to Gulf Wars
Phil Troy / G. Tacitus Adamantius
adamantius1 at verizon.net
Tue Mar 13 05:21:09 PDT 2007
On Mar 13, 2007, at 7:53 AM, Johnna Holloway wrote:
> So what shall we talk about while certain people
> attend Gulf Wars?
I hear Mario Nebbits whips up a mean deep-fried Twinkie... the
question is, if I wanted to omit the fat and sodium from that recipe,
and fry it in fat-free, low-salt fat, it would still be just as
period, right? Are you suggesting that my fat-and-sodium-free re-
interpretation of the deep-fried Twinkie is less period than yours?
What makes _you_ so all-fired qualified to make such a judgement call???
Where were you when I was serving period steak and potatoes with peri-
oid side dishes to 400 happy feasters, huh?
And what's with all the offensive sig lines anyway???
Adaman...ummm...Gunt... erm... I forget... which list is this again?
>> Besides, I'm going to Gulf Wars next week so I expect
>> all kinds of weirdness to raise it's ugly head while I'm
>> gone. That's just the way of things. The parent's are out
>> of town for a few days and the next thing I know you
>> kids are having a party and SOMEBODY'S going to
>> get pushed into the pool.
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