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    Cheffie,
    I've never heard of HD radio, but I DO recommend satellite radio. I got a free year's subscription to Sirius with my new car, I haven't listened to a "regular" radio station since I got it.
    The comments made by me are my opinions only, not of the Fire and EMS services I am affiliated with.

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    HD= High definition radio which probably translates as satellite radio. You can get the tuner for your home. I should brave Radio Shack and see if what HD is in fact just "marketing" for satellite radio (and if so, if I can get it in my apartment. Thanks.

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    Talking Anyone Seen Jerry?.........

    I haven't noticed any posts from Capt. Garcia lately. Don't tell me that the Thread is outliving the Thread killer.....
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    It has finally happened. Spam disguised as chicken, pork and turkey.

    Today's Wall Street Journal had an article that Hormel is attempting to branch out from Spam to offer "upscale foods." such as "Spicy Szechuan Beef Strips and Teriyaki Chicken Breasts." It tried a few test markets and found that they did not sell. I wonder why??

    They tried to get them into Whole Foods but WF declined stating "that we buy our meat from fresh meat suppliers. "

    What part of spam is even close to anything resembling meat anyway?

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    What part of spam is even close to anything resembling meat anyway?
    The CAN!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MalahatTwo7
    The CAN!
    You can always spot the bachelors. They think the food groups are cans, bags, bottles and boxes ( I believe it was Patty who first admitted it!).
    Last edited by superchef; 11-29-2006 at 09:24 PM.

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    What are bags and boxes?

    Beer comes in cans or bottles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by superchef
    You can always spot the bachelors. They think the food groups are cans, bags, bottles and boxes ( I believe it was Patty who first admitted it!).

    Honestly Madam, EVERYONE knows that the 5 main Food Groups are Pizzas, Burgers, Fries, Ice Cream, and Colas.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyingKiwi
    What are bags and boxes?

    Beer comes in cans or bottles.
    pizza comes in boxes, fries come in bags.


    Everyone know the 5 main Food Groups are Pizzas, Burgers, Fries, Ice Cream, and Colas
    sighs.. I guess that is why you are the Chief and I am the probie (a sort of one still studying one anyway). I have had it wrong all these years.

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    Well, I guess I've had it wrong all along. I always thought the food groups were, Guinness, Baileys, coffee (for the afternoon/evening meals) and breaky was a can of coke with a bag of chips and maybe the occasional Mars bar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MalahatTwo7
    Well, I guess I've had it wrong all along. I always thought the food groups were, Guinness, Baileys, coffee (for the afternoon/evening meals) and breaky was a can of coke with a bag of chips and maybe the occasional Mars bar.

    yes but those do come in bottles and bags.

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    I did it. It is finally dead. This thread will never see 2007.
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    Quote Originally Posted by superchef
    I did it. It is finally dead. This thread will never see 2007.
    Mmm well now.... could be.....



    NAH! Probably not - it will be alive and well all through the "new" year. Just might need a kick start every so often.
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    Get it up. Get it on. Get it done!

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    I can't speak for anyone else, but my own participation in the forums has been limited due to the posting problems that haven't been ironed out yet.

    Nice try cheffie, but the thread was only hibernating. Since you've awakened it, it's going to be really hungry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ullrichk
    Nice try cheffie, but the thread was only hibernating. Since you've awakened it, it's going to be really hungry.

    I am having the same posting problems with new threads.

    As for this thread being hungry well...

    I will be baking some chocolate-cherry muffins, orange-cranberry muffins and some maple-pecan muffins. Since I can't deliver them to the occupants of this thread I will be delivering them to my favorite station here in the city.


    If I have time, a gingerbread cake as well. I know firefighters like to work hard and play hard and they need energy for all that play.

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    Since you cannot deliver the real goods across the thread how about a peel and smell?

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    I'll see what I can come up with. Modern technology has not quite advanced that far yet. If some nerd could come up with a way to transmit aroma over the internet, he would make a fortune. As much as porgrammers like to eat, you would think they could have figured it out by now.

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    I bought a new cake pan yesterday. It makes little train cakes. : ) Here is a picture of the cakes (from Williams Sonoma). I may just try and make some little train cakes for the guys at the station along with the muffins. The picture is from the website showing what you can do. But the pans have a little engine, caboose and different cars that are on a train. I love new toys.
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    THOSE ARE REALLY KUUL On the "scratch 'n sniff" or whatever you want to call it, ya know, with the huge amount that most programmers eat, you'da figured they would have worked out how to send an electronic scratch 'n sniff file by now......
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