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Old 03-09-2005, 04:17 PM   #121
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*Removes oversized bazooka from Ray's head and offers hand*

Apologies old man, i get very ....upset about the whole MCD thing
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Old 03-09-2005, 04:39 PM   #122
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*shoves an extra large edit button menu plus an extra portion of 'Toad in the hole' into Brighteyes throat*


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Old 03-09-2005, 05:03 PM   #123
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McDonalds in UK. Which is in Europa. I want a Royal with Cheese. You know why it's called a Royal w/ cheese over in Europe?




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Old 03-09-2005, 06:21 PM   #124
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Anybody rememberber "Fellas"?
Am i the only one thinking that our little viking over there reminds me of him?
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Old 03-09-2005, 08:09 PM   #125
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Fellas... I remember him being talked about a few times. He was bad, right?

Now Max Payne reincarnate, we don't see enough of good old QUALITY spammers anymore.


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Old 03-10-2005, 02:13 AM   #126
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I want a Royal with Cheese. You know why it's called a Royal w/ cheese over in Europe?
Is it a Shrimp Royal?

We got the metric system. We wouldn't know what the **** a quarter-pounder with shrimp is.

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Old 03-10-2005, 04:20 AM   #127
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Hey. We're europeans. We're clever. We know what the **** a pound is. Even my gandma knows.

And it's complete irrelevant if it's with cheese or without. It's just called Royal over here because of what Alien said, plus "ViertelpfŘnder" just sounds stupid.

And how exactly is McDonalds responsible for the loss of rainforrest?


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Old 03-10-2005, 04:46 AM   #128
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This may be shocking news for you, but the burgers are actually made from cows! These cows need to eat tons of rain forest. There is some statistic that says how much vegetables you could grow instead of fattening the cows. Dunno where that is. Too lazy to search.

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Old 03-10-2005, 05:30 AM   #129
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Cows eat rainforrest? I did not know we got any rainforrest here.


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Old 03-10-2005, 05:36 AM   #130
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This may be shocking news for you, but the burgers are actually made from cows!
Holy Cow! (no pun intended) Where the hell did you hear this?! The Burgers are made from 100% Pure Beef, and my theory is, that's the name of a company who supply psuedo meat for the burgers.

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Old 03-10-2005, 05:56 AM   #131
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Those cows have frequent-flyer miles. They are flown around the globe, 10% of them survive and they are killed locally.

Brighty, help me.

"Everybody, you have to stop! Stop eating! It's not beef. It's people! The Doublemeat Medley is people! The meat layer, it's definitely people. It's people! It's people! Probably not the chickeny part, but who knows? Who knows!?
-- Buffy: Doublemeat Palace

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The Doublemeat Palace burgers really contain no meat at all.

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Old 03-10-2005, 07:00 AM   #132
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The Doublemeat Palace burgers really contain no meat at all.
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The same goes for McDonalds, but don't tell anyone, apparently no body knows. And people say the world is being dominated by idiots

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Old 03-10-2005, 07:39 AM   #133
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the beef and pork that Pizza Hut use as toppings isn't meat at all. it's 100% meat-favoured Soya.
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Old 03-10-2005, 07:53 AM   #134
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What the hell are you on about?!

I'm on about the bloody packaging they use!
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Old 03-10-2005, 08:08 AM   #135
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What the hell are you on about?!

I'm on about the bloody packaging they use!
You're so eighties. Their packaging is no worse than other companies' today.

"1) They get beef raised in the rainforest to be delivered directly to your BigMac. You may be thinking to yourself, "Well, why is that bad? They only take away part of the rainforest and then that's it." Incorrect. They use parts of the rainforest for only 2 years at the maximum because the soil quality is so poor there that they clear-cut another area once the soil cannot sustain the grass and grain that the cows eat. So what's so wrong about that, won't the forest regrow? Wrong again. The moisture in a rainforest is what makes it a RAIN forest, and since about 70% of all moisture comes from transpiration from the trees - No more trees, no more rainforest. It will not regrow, ever, even if it is replanted.

2) The other way has to do with just the grain being shipped from the rainforest to the US or other countries to feed cows that will eventually end up on your BigMac. Put simply, for every pound of beef you eat, 55 acres of rainforest were destroyed.
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Old 03-10-2005, 08:22 AM   #136
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Doublequote!!
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What the hell are you on about?!

I'm on about the bloody packaging they use!
Ever heard about paper-recycling?


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Old 03-10-2005, 08:32 AM   #137
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Triplequote!!!

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What the hell are you on about?!

I'm on about the bloody packaging they use!
they stopped using Polystyrene ages ago. now, as Ray said, they use recycled paper.
so just think, the box your Big Mac was in could of once been used toliet paper.
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Old 03-10-2005, 10:19 AM   #138
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And weirdly enough, that makes a McDonalds Burger more appetising

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Old 03-10-2005, 10:39 AM   #139
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And not just the burger. The package too! I often take one home to brew me some hot delicious tea from it.


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Old 03-10-2005, 05:33 PM   #140
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Basically they rip down all of the trees in the area that they have brought and then graze their cattle on that land. When there is no longer any vegetation to graze on they simply leave the field and move their cattle. This is a problem as once upon a time the soil was protected from direct rainfall by a large canopy of trees and plants, but now it has no protection from the weather at all. So when it rains the rich fertile soil gets slowly washed away, until all that is left is a very poor grade soil where a rich fertile life giving soil once was. This creates a barren piece of land. After doing this soo many times McDonalds has created a small sort of desert of mud, void of life
They do all of this destruction to our world and for what? For MONEY! So that some greedy bastards can get rich off of destroying our Earth. And what do you get in return? You get a greasy burger that contains parts of animals that would make butchers vomit dramatically, and you wonder why people are dying earlier. It's down to too much fat in their diets, from companies such as McDonalds.Not a fair deal, when they take away our planet and slowly your lives. But you actually pay them to do that.
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Old 03-10-2005, 08:56 PM   #141
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Now tofu, THAT's the way to go.

Honestly, if people were able to genetically engineer the soybeans that make tofu, we could make it cook like meat and taste like meat, like we do for tomatos to keep them fresh. It would be tons healthier for people AND the Earth.


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Old 03-12-2005, 10:07 AM   #142
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Did you know that when things are fried in peanut oil (i.e. french fries) they taste better (not like peanuts) and are actually good for cholestoral levels? And the only reason why beef is so unhealthy in this country is because cow feed costs a ton, so instead of buying all cow feed, cattle herders just feed the excess fat from the already-slaughtered cows to the ones all set up to be slaughtered.

Instead of going vegan, how's this guys?...


We raise tax on soy? Sounds good to me. Soy beans are used to create hyrodgenated oil which is, essentially, worse for you than straight butter. So how about making peanut oil SLIGHTLY more cheap, and tax the **** out of soy? Don't tell me "all those poor soy farmers!" That's bull: it's supply and demand. Everyone would adapt. The fast food joints could put a spin on it: "Same great fastfood taste, but better for you!"

So what if the dollar menu becomes a two dollar menu? People would shell out to eat healthy food that tastes like McDonald's, and that would stimulate the economy. And for the beef? Lower tax on cow feed. Makes it more convenient for the farmers to actually ABIDE by regulation.


Hey, here's another one to chew on (heh, no pun intended ) : how about taking money out of tax cuts and diverting it to research other forms of palpable, usable energy. Solar, electric, hydrogen. And the further the research advances, the higher you jack up the price of gasoline. That way Hybrid cars are actually CHEAPER to buy, and people will be motivated to buy things like solar-powered, hybrid, or electric cars.


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Old 03-12-2005, 01:10 PM   #143
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But that would make sense! Governments don't do crazy things like that.
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Old 03-12-2005, 01:36 PM   #144
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My two cents has been put on the table.
*Grabs two cents and runs off to a bar*


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Old 03-13-2005, 11:01 PM   #145
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Did you know that when things are fried in peanut oil (i.e. french fries) they taste better (not like peanuts) and are actually good for cholestoral levels? And the only reason why beef is so unhealthy in this country is because cow feed costs a ton, so instead of buying all cow feed, cattle herders just feed the excess fat from the already-slaughtered cows to the ones all set up to be slaughtered.

Instead of going vegan, how's this guys?...


We raise tax on soy? Sounds good to me. Soy beans are used to create hyrodgenated oil which is, essentially, worse for you than straight butter. So how about making peanut oil SLIGHTLY more cheap, and tax the **** out of soy? Don't tell me "all those poor soy farmers!" That's bull: it's supply and demand. Everyone would adapt. The fast food joints could put a spin on it: "Same great fastfood taste, but better for you!"

So what if the dollar menu becomes a two dollar menu? People would shell out to eat healthy food that tastes like McDonald's, and that would stimulate the economy. And for the beef? Lower tax on cow feed. Makes it more convenient for the farmers to actually ABIDE by regulation.


Hey, here's another one to chew on (heh, no pun intended ) : how about taking money out of tax cuts and diverting it to research other forms of palpable, usable energy. Solar, electric, hydrogen. And the further the research advances, the higher you jack up the price of gasoline. That way Hybrid cars are actually CHEAPER to buy, and people will be motivated to buy things like solar-powered, hybrid, or electric cars.


My two cents has been put on the table.

Well I am putting a dollar on the table then.(It will buy more beer)




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Old 03-14-2005, 01:13 AM   #146
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Haha, well put. All of you.


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Old 03-14-2005, 05:29 AM   #147
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Build more roads. It doesn't sound green, but it is, mainly because we'll be using up a whole load of carbon. I'd go into detail, but I don't have any referance on me at the moment (and wading through that book of mine doesn't sound to appealing at the mo, maybe later)

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Old 03-14-2005, 02:02 PM   #148
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Road building taking away carbon?........Surley that's encouraging more Co2 to be realesed on them.

What we need is oak tree's! The ysuck up carbon like theres no tommorow!
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I thought they put out Carbon.




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Old 03-14-2005, 04:21 PM   #150
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Whatever it is, the whole world will live in Carbony.


Heh.


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Old 03-14-2005, 07:17 PM   #151
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Flora takes in CO2 and releases O2....Thats how come you can breath dear.
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More importantly, they make excellent salads.


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Old 03-15-2005, 04:26 PM   #153
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Oceans suck in CO2 as well.


Just because people think what I say don't make sense, doesn't mean I don't like popsicles.
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Old 03-16-2005, 01:18 AM   #154
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I hope that tastes better than it looks, because I stepped in something like that once in the street at Mardi Gras in New Orleans. Damn near ruined a perfectly good pair of Doc Martens.
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And if you buy them ready made from a shop and heat them up in the oven, they taste like what you stepped in too.

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This is probably a mistake, but I'm gonna ask.... what are those?


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Old 03-18-2005, 05:24 AM   #157
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We call them "sausages".
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It's Toad in the Hole (British). It's sausages cooked in Yorkshire Pudding (if you're living in a country that has no idea what Yorkshire Pudding is, don't ask, just don't ask).

I assume that once, that was a good idea as everyone loves yorkshire pudding, so stuffing sausages in them just seemed like the logical choice. That is, before supermarkets decided to sell them semi cooked so you just threw it in the oven and hoped for the best without realising that the bottom half of the sausages that were consumed in yorkshird pud were infact not being cooked at all. That was an interesting night for me.

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yeah you should always make your own toad in the hole. that way you can give the sausages a few minutes under the grill so they get a head start.
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It's Toad in the Hole (British). It's sausages cooked in Yorkshire Pudding (if you're living in a country that has no idea what Yorkshire Pudding is, don't ask, just don't ask).

I assume that once, that was a good idea as everyone loves yorkshire pudding, so stuffing sausages in them just seemed like the logical choice. That is, before supermarkets decided to sell them semi cooked so you just threw it in the oven and hoped for the best without realising that the bottom half of the sausages that were consumed in yorkshird pud were infact not being cooked at all. That was an interesting night for me.
Man, I am still trying to figure out why ANYONE would ingest Black Pudding by free will alone.

Look at this .

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Black Fried Meat Pudding (Irish)

Yield: 8 Servings

1 lb Pig's liver
1 1/2 lb Unrendered lard, chopped
120 fl Pig's blood
2 lb Breadcrumbs
4 oz Oatmeal
1 Medium onion, chopped
1 ts Salt
1/2 ts Allspice
1 Beef casings

Always served with an Irish "fry". The preparation of this pudding may be impractical these days due to the difficulty of procuring fresh pig's blood and casings.

Stew liver in boiling salted water until tender. Remove liver, and mince. Reserve cooking liquor. Mix all ingredients in large bowl. Stir thoroughly until blended. Fill casings with mixture. Tie off in one-foot loops. Steam for 4-5 hours. Leave until cold.
Hungry yet?

I had to look up your "yorkshire pudding out of curiousity. Too me it looked like a rather large omelette, and being a pretty good cook myself, I was only half right:


Cut into 1/2 inch slices as required and fry in hot fat on both sides until crisped.


See for yourself.

Now about sausages. Not a HUGE fan of sausages, some are good though. I like polish sausages, itallian saugages, and that crumpled up thick sausage you find on Chicago pizza.

What I HATE however, is hot dogs. Americans eat the hell out of them, but personally, I am so discusted by hot dogs, I won't go near them.

There WAS a time when I was younger, I used to fancy hot dogs, but growing up poor on welfare, we ate hot dogs about 3 nights a week, EVERY week. We just....had no choice. My dad would go to this gas station that sold them for dirt cheap, and just stock up on the damn things. We had a rather large deep freezer he stored them in. I got really damn tired of hot dogs. THEN, in 1993, I was finally done. Me and my buddy AL went to a three day christian rock festival, and we had ribeyes the first day, but Al, LIKE my dad, found yet ANOTHER great deal on hot dogs, and we ate the damn things three times a day for the remainder of the festival. I have not ate a hot dog since 1993, nor do I choose to do so ever again.

Anyways, before I drifted off topic, the name "Toad in the Hole (British)", reminded me of one of my mother's noble attempts at trying to make a hot dog less painful to eat:



It's called "Pig In A Blanket"

Nothing fancy, she'd just wrap the hotdogs in sliced cheese, and then wrap that with those crescent rolls that pop out of the can in the frozen food section.

She gets an A for effort, but i'm not eating no damn hot dogs again, as long as I can help it.
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