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    Subpart F-United States Standards for Grades of Frozen Fried Fish Sticks?

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    I believe any breaded pre-shaped (square, rectanlge, triangle, etc.) qualifies it as a fish stick (much like coke,pepsi,dr.pepper...are all sodas). At that point you sub catagorize them into stick, chunk, breaded fillet, etc....
    I have found that microwaving fish sticks that do not have microwave directions, causes them to become very stiff.....tougher than leather.....hmmm. Fish Stick Fire Helmets??????

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerrygarcia View Post
    Subpart F-United States Standards for Grades of Frozen Fried Fish Sticks?

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    Talking What??..........

    You mean people actually EAT fish Sticks??......... Yuck.

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    No.

    Tofu is that grungy stuff you scrape from between your toes after a hard days work.

    What branch of the species do fish sticks come from?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hwoods View Post
    I did a 16oz Prime Rib, Medium, with a Loaded Baked Potato, Sauteed Toadstools, and Slaw. Others ran the whole list, including the Big Ribeye Steak.......... And, of Course, Dessert.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyingKiwi View Post
    No.

    Tofu is that grungy stuff you scrape from between your toes after a hard days work.

    What branch of the species do fish sticks come from?

    The male versions of the ones that supply fish fingers?

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    I thought Fish Sticks were commonly made from Hake. Which is a pretty stupid name for a pretty ugly fish, so someone must have thought up the exotic variant "Fish Stick".

    Which is similar to Fish Stichk in that it is unpalateable and stinks if not served properly. (bada-bing)
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    I didn't know we had to think about what we posted here.. Now I've got all this pressure on me to come up with something comprehensive that might add enlightenment and entertainment to all those who may read...

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    Nope, nothing...



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    Comprehensive pressure. Isn't that something that you apply to a severe bleed?
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    Talking voodoo time

    My sis, good sister that she is, sent me an "Office VooDoo kit". It comes with a little doll, on one side is a generic outline of a female, the other side is a generic outline of a man, both with suits on. It also has some stick pins and a spell book in it. Sufficient to say, there is a reason she sent it (besides making me laugh). Someone will shortly start having aches and pains all over her body as I start sticking pins in the doll.

    I started last night actually. I wonder if she will stay home "sick" today.

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    Talking it works

    One person whose name I chanted while sticking a pin in it, emailed he is at the doctor this morning and will be late. the other one, has not shown up yet (although she has not emailed in yet..one can only hope.....

    she never came in. voodoo works!
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    So what does the doctor think when your victim shows up with a huge pin stuck in their back?

    And how much of your soul do you have to sell for this to work?

    And do you still cook great sounding meals?

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    Quote Originally Posted by superchef View Post
    One person whose name I chanted while sticking a pin in it, emailed he is at the doctor this morning and will be late. the other one, has not shown up yet (although she has not emailed in yet..one can only hope.....

    she never came in. voodoo works!
    And while I know for whom you refer as the "female"...... NAUGHTY NAUGHTY CHEFFIE!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by LEWTFL View Post
    So what does the doctor think when your victim shows up with a huge pin stuck in their back?

    And how much of your soul do you have to sell for this to work?

    And do you still cook great sounding meals?
    1. Pin ***** is what I believe it would be called.

    2. It is the other way around. They have taken too much of my soul. This is payback.

    3. Yes. Although I have not had much time to cook for myself lately. That and there is no one to share a conversation and a meal with, I just do something quick and stick to my books. However, I may break down and buy some swordfish this weekend (although it is a bit expensive) and make myself something nice.

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    Spring is gettting nearer. Soon it will be ground hog season.

    Got lots of outdoor work to do this year. Yard clean up and bush trimming.

    Hope we're done with the snow for this winter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by superchef View Post
    1. Pin ***** is what I believe it would be called.

    2. It is the other way around. They have taken too much of my soul. This is payback.

    3. Yes. Although I have not had much time to cook for myself lately. That and there is no one to share a conversation and a meal with, I just do something quick and stick to my books. However, I may break down and buy some swordfish this weekend (although it is a bit expensive) and make myself something nice.

    Rick- yes but being naughty is too fun.
    i agree,being naughty is too fun and lmao.
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    RE: Voodoo dolls/fishing/luck...

    Last year, at our last club fishing tournament, a friend put a "voodoo" doll in my cousin's boat, hidden in the storage compartment. This was to keep my cousin from winning. My cousin kept the doll in the boat to prove it wouldn't work. He had not caught a keeper fish since that day. Yesterday, at a tournament, he passed the doll along, and replaced it with a "lucky duck" that a friend had given him. He didn't touch the "Voodoo" doll, instead letting someone else do it. The doll eventually wound up in another person's boat, with the premise to prove it doesn't work. Upon beginning fishing, the new "victim" was using his electric trolling motor and heard a clicking sound from the motor. He pulled it up to find out that the attached transducer for his brand new, never used fishfinder had come loose, and the wire had been cut by the trolling motor prop. AFTER this, he and his partner decided to move to another location. While enroute, the boat's gas engine began to loose power, eventually shutting down completely. The engine had locked up, or in Bass fishing terms, Popped the powerhead! Maybe the voodoo doll was working.

    A later update on the doll's effects, the person who removed the doll from my cousin's boat, and actually touched the doll had this to report, with no knowledge of the outcome from the boat he put it in. He had lost a good 5 pound keeper fish that had wrapped up on a stick, no more than an 2 inches around, all of which was clearly visible. His partner had bought a new motorcycle helmet to wear during cold weather in the boat. It was lost from his boat when they moved from one place to another. ($100 helmet rolled into the river from the boat deck.) To top it off, his electric trolling motor, which had just been fixed, once again broke. There seems to be a pattern to this "bad luck" doll...

    As if this one day wasn't full of superstition and strange outcomes, my cousin showed his "lucky duck" to another competitor, who picked the duck up, and was playing with it. When he returned it to my cousin, he told my cousin that he had rubbed all the luck off of the duck. Long story short, the same person won the tournament...

    Does anybody have any ideas where I can get some Lucky Charms for my boat???? I might even get a whole box of the cereal to keep in my boat for luck...
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