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55 minutes ago, Tigerman said:

and finally, a close up of the plating

Table for one Gary --- if i leave now, i should be there by Monday. Hope you can keep it warm :D

Happy Friday to you my friend.

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Thank you Steve!   I really hope that one day you will make the trek here.................lets do this before we get too old ok ???   Dinner will be to your liking, I promise !

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Just now, Tigerman said:

Thank you Steve!   I really hope that one day you will make the trek here.................lets do this before we get too old ok ???   Dinner will be to your liking, I promise !

i have complete trust in you Gary.  I do hope that one day it will happen. By the way, at what age does “old” start?  

I was in traffic school. Eight hours of sitting next to this attractive 24 year old gal.  At the end of class, while we’re waiting for our paperwork to be signed, she asks me, “Where do you get your style--I like it?”  I asked her what she meant. She said, “Most old guys .... oh, i mean guys older than me...”  I said, “too late, you already called me old."

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4 minutes ago, oldtimer said:

He will just dump ketchup on it, don't even worry gary.

That’s right ... don’t worry Gary, I wouldn’t waste perfectly good ketchup on lousy food (which i doubt would be the case in your kitchen).  If i use ketchup, consider it my seal of approval.

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Steve, the girl/class story made me laugh :lol:....   Catchup is totally permitted.............Chris doesn't use it at all, but I certainly do..  Always with my fresh omelets on the weekends for starters!!  MMMMMMMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ;)

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1 hour ago, BigStewMan said:

too late, you already called me old."

 

That's funny Steve.

 

It reminds me of a story my brother tells. He was in a grocery checkout line behind a woman buying wine. The young male cashier asked to see some ID.  After a few seconds of rummaging through her purse, the cashier said, "That's OK, I got a better look."  The woman scowled at the cashier who was clueless regarding his faux pas.

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2 minutes ago, DizRotus said:

 

That's funny Steve.

 

It reminds me of a story my brother tells. He was in a grocery checkout line behind a woman buying wine. The young male cashier asked to see some ID.  After a few seconds of rummaging through her purse, the cashier said, "That's OK, I got a better look."  The woman scowled at the cashier who was clueless regarding his faux pas.

Hi Neil ... my family was in Pismo Beach one summer in the 80s. My Uncle, brother, and I went to the store next to the motel for some supplies.  Typical Portugee men, we bought french bread, monterey jack cheese, beer & wine -- that’s a fine meal for us. The cashier isn’t paying attention to us and starts ringing up the purchase. She doesn’t even look at us. When she grabs the booze, she says, “I need to see ID.”  My brother & I tell my uncle to show his ... he was born in 1908.  She looks at his drivers license, them looks up for the first time and says, “oh, i’m sorry.” She was rather embarrassed.

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