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Re: Man in Boston sues Starbucks for spilled coffee...

"Hachiroku ????" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> Sorry, Mark...but I have a smile on my face...
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> The article's a spoof...I posted it half being a Wise-Ass, and half to
> point out what some people would do...
>
> Read it again...
>
> "Witnesses to the accident reacted quickly, pouring hot coffee, soup, and
> Hot Pocket filling on the badly chilled Bays. "Thank God for that woman
> with the Hot Pockets," remarks an anonymous passerby. "I don't know what
> would have happened without that tender flaky crust."


Those types of comments are something I would have said. That's why I took
it as a legit article. Now I truly understand the crowd's reaction to War of
the Worlds.

Not to change the subject but, they're looking into finding the radio
station, that ran the water drinking contest whereby the young lady died
from an overdose of water, guilty.
And if Charles is reading this, I was just up at Thorn's Market Place in
Northampton MA and picked up a .85 pound of active dry yeast for $3.21

Now I'm off to do some DAMAGE CONTROL.
 
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Re: Man in Boston sues Starbucks for spilled coffee...

On Tue, 16 Jan 2007 14:46:11 -0500, mark_digital© wrote:

> And if Charles is reading this, I was just up at Thorn's Market Place in
> Northampton MA and picked up a .85 pound of active dry yeast for $3.21
>
> Now I'm off to do some DAMAGE CONTROL.



Thorn's? You had to come all the way up to Thorn's?

No 'Brewer's Supply" places in Hampden Co.?
 
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Re: Man in Boston sues Starbucks for spilled coffee...

On Wed, 17 Jan 2007 07:06:51 -0500, mark_digital© wrote:

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> "Hachiroku ????" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:eek:[email protected]
>> On Tue, 16 Jan 2007 14:46:11 -0500, mark_digital© wrote:
>>
>>> And if Charles is reading this, I was just up at Thorn's Market Place in
>>> Northampton MA and picked up a .85 pound of active dry yeast for $3.21
>>>
>>> Now I'm off to do some DAMAGE CONTROL.

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>> Thorn's? You had to come all the way up to Thorn's?
>>

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> No. We had to drop off some paperwork just up the street from Thorn's.
>
> In case you don't know, brewers and active dry yeast aren't the same. Many
> health food stores only carry brewer's yeast. The stuff is good for pregnant
> women, and like in my case, when small amounts are added to can cat food,
> improves his coat of fur. It also tends to convince him to finish his plate
> of food. Cats can be too damn finicky.



LOL! Yeast for your cat? OK...

I'd let the little [email protected]@rd starve! Won't be too long before he eats!

In all honesty, I never had a problem with an animal eating, except the
time I got a 4 month old puppy. Took me two days to realize the poor thing
wanted MILK!

No problem after that! The damn thing even ate some of my Chili Bamboo
Shoots!
 
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Re: Man in Boston sues Starbucks for spilled coffee...

"Hachiroku ????" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> LOL! Yeast for your cat? OK...


No, seriously. A small amount sprinkled on top. He also likes all sorts of
olive oil.

> I'd let the little [email protected]@rd starve! Won't be too long before he eats!


Please! have some respect for the older ones. In human years, he's older
than I am.

> In all honesty, I never had a problem with an animal eating, except the
> time I got a 4 month old puppy. Took me two days to realize the poor thing
> wanted MILK!
>
> No problem after that! The damn thing even ate some of my Chili Bamboo
> Shoots!
>

I don't know... it sounds as if you yourself have reservations about eating
it LOL
 
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Re: Man in Boston sues Starbucks for spilled coffee...

On Wed, 17 Jan 2007 11:37:04 -0500, mark_digital© wrote:

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> "Hachiroku ????" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]
>> LOL! Yeast for your cat? OK...

>
> No, seriously. A small amount sprinkled on top. He also likes all sorts of
> olive oil.
>
>> I'd let the little [email protected]@rd starve! Won't be too long before he eats!

>
> Please! have some respect for the older ones. In human years, he's older
> than I am.


OK. I guess that compensates! ;)


>
>> In all honesty, I never had a problem with an animal eating, except the
>> time I got a 4 month old puppy. Took me two days to realize the poor
>> thing wanted MILK!
>>
>> No problem after that! The damn thing even ate some of my Chili Bamboo
>> Shoots!
>>

> I don't know... it sounds as if you yourself have reservations about
> eating it LOL



Oh, I used to love them! I started eating them married to my Chinese wife,
and then used to pass a store in Amherst that sold them. But, the store's
not there now...
 
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