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Max The Magnificent
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Re: Just a few more...
Max The Magnificent   9/18/2014 1:53:10 PM
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@mhrackin: I have thought about starting a soft-serve ice cream place and naming it "Custard's Last Stand."

Good one! I still remember seeing a frozen custard place down at Gulf Shores -- the sign outside proclaimed "So good your tongue will slap your forehead" ... and it was pretty darned good!

mhrackin
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mhrackin   9/18/2014 1:46:29 PM
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Well, now that Parker Bros. has "updated" Monopoly by repacing the Iron token, perhaps it's time to update Clue so there would be a "Col. Custard" character!  I have thought about starting a soft-serve ice cream place and naming it "Custard's Last Stand."

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Re: Just a few more...
mhrackin   9/18/2014 1:42:51 PM
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Just further confirmation of my theory that food is the basis for blog popularity!  It may be time to start resuscitating the Mighty Sprout as well.

Max The Magnificent
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Re: Just a few more...
Max The Magnificent   9/18/2014 1:40:03 PM
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@mhrackin: ...and we will dethrone the reigning "most commented" one,  "Desktop Pick&Place..." Who'd a thunk it?

Not I ... but that's when the Custard will really hit the Fan LOL

mhrackin
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Just a few more...
mhrackin   9/18/2014 1:37:15 PM
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additional comments on this blog, and we will dethrone the reigning "most commented" one,  "Desktop Pick&Place..."

Who'd a thunk it?

elizabethsimon
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Imitation foods
elizabethsimon   9/18/2014 11:45:32 AM
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When i was a child my mom bought us imitation ice milk instead of ice cream. I was young and ignorant at the time so I didn't know the difference.

I also didn't know the difference between margarine and butter.

Max The Magnificent
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Re: Cube steak
Max The Magnificent   9/17/2014 4:03:34 PM
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@C VanDorne: What makes you think it was you?

Who else could it be -- it's not like "Max" is the name of every dog and every robot in every science fiction film ... hang on a minute...

CC VanDorne
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Re: Cube steak
CC VanDorne   9/17/2014 3:58:52 PM
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And maybe 1/4 vain?  What makes you think it was you?

Max The Magnificent
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Re: Cube steak
Max The Magnificent   9/17/2014 3:54:50 PM
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@C VanDorne: ...that was my attempt at wit, inspired by this guy named Max.

Well, I have been described as 1/2 man, 1/2 beast, and 1/2 wit!

CC VanDorne
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Re: Cube steak
CC VanDorne   9/17/2014 3:51:09 PM
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No, that was my attempt at wit, inspired by this guy named Max.

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