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Old 23rd May 2013, 04:52 AM   #1951
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Aka, I'm an alcoholic, my mom died from alcohol, my youngest sister at age 40.

Wow I didn't read that. I don't know what to say, I wish I could say I'm a junkie so we can share misfortunes but I'm not. I guess everybody carries a cross and I'm sure mine is somewhere.
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Old 23rd May 2013, 05:08 AM   #1952
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Old 23rd May 2013, 05:19 PM   #1953
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There's an old joke that you can always tell a chemist in a bathroom- he's the one who washes his hands before he pees.
I find it difficult to know where my hands have been but I do know where my bits have been. Wash hands first.
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Old 23rd May 2013, 06:07 PM   #1954
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everybody carries
What cross ? When I climbed the church in my place of birth at age eight, the vicar threw me out of the choir. I couldn't sing for sht anyway.
This one, climbed all the way up, from the side => http://www.breda-en-alles-daaromheen...n/image004.jpg (<5 miles from JD's roots)

(After my mom skipped town, an elder sister did the cooking. When she went to college, my dad hired one, tasted like yuk. Reason I started cooking at 12. Comme ci, comme ça, tralali, tralala.)
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What cross ? When I climbed the church in my place of birth at age eight, the vicar threw me out of the choir. I couldn't sing for sht anyway.
This one, climbed all the way up, from the side => http://www.breda-en-alles-daaromheen...n/image004.jpg (<5 miles from JD's roots)

(After my mom skipped town, an elder sister did the cooking. When she went to college, my dad hired one, tasted like yuk. Reason I started cooking at 12. Comme ci, comme ça, tralali, tralala.)
I've purchased rare LP's from a guy in Breda. As per SY's comment I had either German food (but in my case there are some fond memories) or the recipies on the backs of canned green beans or mushroom soup (usually better).

Figured out the secret ingredient in Campbel's chicken noodle, the autolized yeast. Whole Paycheck added it to their chicken stock and it has caused a stir.
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I think Cassiel meant cross to bear.
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Sometimes you cross the bear and sometimes, well, he crosses you.
(it's bearable)

Jan is from Breda, industrial/transport roots, where the heavy/special road division of Mammoet transport originated, a company called Stoof. (even old enough to have met No1 Stoof in person as a kid : http://www.janvanwees.nl/oldFE/oldfe.htm )
Not a location to find a decent couvert, sooner grub.

(I'm from a little barbarian village called hittatheneighbor © Woody Harrelson, Anger Management '03. Old tradition there, afaih, once a year)
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Note, they say: "take a bite and it doesn't seem that bad - and it builds...."
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