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Old 11-07-2015, 04:03 AM   #1501
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Edit to add- Since this is the "Jerry Thread", FUCK JERRY IN THE ASS WITH A RED HOT TIRE IRON.
Careful! Jerry would probably really enjoy that!

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Old 11-10-2015, 01:48 AM   #1502
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Careful! Jerry would probably really enjoy that!
I like the part where you said "Careful! Jerry would probably really enjoy that!". That was orsum.

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Old 11-14-2015, 03:15 PM   #1503
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The war in the Pacific was v a religious ideology too. We should be honest about it.

`Gently, gently` is having success with some it seems.

Turkeys ambivalent about xmas.

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Old 11-14-2015, 08:38 PM   #1504
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The war in the Pacific was v a religious ideology too. We should be honest about it.

`Gently, gently` is having success with some it seems.

Turkeys ambivalent about xmas.
I can only get my wife to not serve turkey on New Years Day and easter. I am sick to death of ham, as well. This means that on these two days I am required to make lamb (which I dearly love), myself. Since it doesn't snow or get all the cold where I live, I am more than happy to pull open the grille and cook some tasty lamb chops on NYD (or any other time, for that matter!), and roast a leg of lamb on the spit at easter time. Although I will admit that some of those lamb legs are pretty fucking big, thus reminiscent of mutton. Good enough not to require mint jelly, so it's all good. Thanksgiving is almost upon us. I may get my arm twisted into smoking a turkey. That is labor-intensive, but a good finished product.
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Old 11-15-2015, 11:33 AM   #1505
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I can only get my wife to not serve turkey on New Years Day and easter. I am sick to death of ham, as well. This means that on these two days I am required to make lamb (which I dearly love), myself. Since it doesn't snow or get all the cold where I live, I am more than happy to pull open the grille and cook some tasty lamb chops on NYD (or any other time, for that matter!), and roast a leg of lamb on the spit at easter time. Although I will admit that some of those lamb legs are pretty fucking big, thus reminiscent of mutton. Good enough not to require mint jelly, so it's all good. Thanksgiving is almost upon us. I may get my arm twisted into smoking a turkey. That is labor-intensive, but a good finished product.
You almost had it there, but you know mention of ham is a provocation.
Dammit! It's people like you who are responsible for the war in France

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Old 11-15-2015, 02:44 PM   #1506
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I'd go back and change it "nicely rare roast beef" in the interests of world peace, but I can't edit it. Death and destruction will soon ensue.
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Old 11-16-2015, 02:32 PM   #1507
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The war in the Pacific was v a religious ideology too. We should be honest about it.

`Gently, gently` is having success with some it seems.

Turkeys ambivalent about xmas.

Given you suggest most bad things have a religious cause I'm not surprised you think that.

What exactly is this gently gently approach you speak of?

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Old 11-16-2015, 02:32 PM   #1508
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You almost had it there, but you know mention of ham is a provocation.
Dammit! It's people like you who are responsible for the war in France
Yeah of course let's highlight ham as the problem, it clearly absolves the west from anything.

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Old 11-16-2015, 04:04 PM   #1509
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Given you suggest most bad things have a religious cause I'm not surprised you think that.
It wasn't saying religion was the cause of war in the Pacific so much as Europe needs to nuke the muslims.

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(A man sought permission to enter upon him and he said, "Let him in, what a bad brother of his tribe he is!" When the man came in, he spoke gently to him.pbuh)
It's to do with reach-arounds in the pursuit of world domination.

You are just gagging for jesus' dick jerry, tell the truth.

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Old 11-17-2015, 03:21 AM   #1510
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I can only get my wife to not serve turkey on New Years Day and easter. I am sick to death of ham, as well. This means that on these two days I am required to make lamb (which I dearly love), myself. Since it doesn't snow or get all the cold where I live, I am more than happy to pull open the grille and cook some tasty lamb chops on NYD (or any other time, for that matter!), and roast a leg of lamb on the spit at easter time. Although I will admit that some of those lamb legs are pretty fucking big, thus reminiscent of mutton. Good enough not to require mint jelly, so it's all good. Thanksgiving is almost upon us. I may get my arm twisted into smoking a turkey. That is labor-intensive, but a good finished product.
This has got me wondering about the country named Turkey, when the bird of the same name is native to America, not the continent where the country exists.
Howcum, I wondered. I often ponder such deep philosophical dilemnas.
How did knowledge ever progress before Google? Oh, right, we had the Holy men.

http://blog.dictionary.com/turkey/



Who could look at that and not immediately conclude, "Design"! And, He threw in the added bonus that smoked, it makes an excellent Gumbo.

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Old 11-17-2015, 08:37 AM   #1511
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We had encyclopedias at home. They weren't quite as much fun as the internet- not near as much pron.
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Old 12-10-2015, 09:19 PM   #1512
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Finally US Americans Atheists can get the...

President, you've been yearning for since 7-11. Such as Trump such as. I think he even has maps.

Sit back, relax and enjoy the ride.

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Old 12-11-2015, 03:35 AM   #1513
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President, you've been yearning for since 7-11. Such as Trump such as. I think he even has maps.

Sit back, relax and enjoy the ride.

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Old 12-11-2015, 05:35 AM   #1514
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Relax everyone, it's just that weirdo Jerry.

Given that he is from New Zealand he probably just found out that Trump is running.

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Old 12-19-2015, 05:14 PM   #1515
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Relax everyone, it's just that weirdo Jerry.

Given that he is from New Zealand he probably just found out that Trump is running.
Just saying that you endorse Trumps bigotted policies. Funny thing is you're his demographic.

The circle is now complete.

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