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  1. #1
    Somebody Guest

    Default dammit

    my spinach salad fell out of the refrigerator onto the floor. I was looking
    forward to eating that.

    But, I should have known. Put a plate in the fridge on top of other foods--
    not a good idea... I had to get on my knees to clean it up.

    On the bright side, now I can make an new fresh spinach salad... banana
    peppers, blue cheese, spinach, peas, sesame seeds, fresh inflammatory garden
    tomato, salsa, raisins...




  2. #2
    Chemo Guest

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    On Sep 20, 12:52*pm, "Somebody" <v...@glorious.com> wrote:
    > my spinach salad fell out of the refrigerator onto the floor. *I was looking
    > forward to eating that.
    >
    > But, I should have known. *Put a plate in the fridge on top of other foods--
    > not a good idea... *I had to get on my knees to clean it up.
    >
    > On the bright side, now I can make an new fresh spinach salad... *banana
    > peppers, blue cheese, spinach, peas, sesame seeds, fresh inflammatory garden
    > tomato, salsa, raisins...


    What...no 5 second rule?

    Being on your knees is a common position for you.

  3. #3
    Somebody Guest

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    "Chemo" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    Being on your knees is a common position for you.

    ---

    You are a troll's troll.. kudos!

    It was longer than 5 seconds.



  4. #4
    Chemo Guest

    Default Re: dammit

    On Sep 20, 1:09*pm, "Somebody" <v...@glorious.com> wrote:
    > "Chemo" <bhansen1...@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    >
    > news:[email protected]..
    >
    > Being on your knees is a common position for you.
    >
    > ---
    >
    > You are a troll's troll.. kudos!
    >
    > It was longer than 5 seconds.


    6 seconds is a sure cut off. Better luck next time...

  5. #5
    Somebody Guest

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    "Chemo" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..

    6 seconds is a sure cut off. Better luck next time...

    ---

    that's what she said.



  6. #6
    Gary Guest

    Default Re: dammit

    Chemo wrote:
    >
    > On Sep 20, 12:52 pm, "Somebody" <v...@glorious.com> wrote:
    > > my spinach salad fell out of the refrigerator onto the floor. I was looking
    > > forward to eating that.
    > >
    > > But, I should have known. Put a plate in the fridge on top of other foods--
    > > not a good idea... I had to get on my knees to clean it up.
    > >
    > > On the bright side, now I can make an new fresh spinach salad... banana
    > > peppers, blue cheese, spinach, peas, sesame seeds, fresh inflammatory garden
    > > tomato, salsa, raisins...

    >
    > What...no 5 second rule?
    >
    > Being on your knees is a common position for you.


    And if he kept his kitchen floor clean, he could have eaten the spilled
    salad. It probably tasted like **** even before it fell though.

    G.

  7. #7
    Somebody Guest

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    "Gary" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]..

    >
    > And if he kept his kitchen floor clean, he could have eaten the spilled
    > salad. It probably tasted like **** even before it fell though.



    I do keep a clean house. One of the reasons she doesn't live here
    anymore.... first thing thing I did when I got back was run the rug
    shampooer and got down on my knees and rubbed out the cat piss stains in the
    kitchen linoleum.




  8. #8
    Brooklyn1 Guest

    Default Re: dammit

    "Gary" wrote:
    >
    >if she kept her kitchen floor clean she could have eaten the spilled salad.


    Someone obviously can't handle her vodka.
    Anyway spinach grows in dirt, just rewash it.

  9. #9
    Todd Guest

    Default Re: dammit

    On 09/20/2012 12:52 PM, Somebody wrote:
    > my spinach salad fell out of the refrigerator onto the floor. I was looking
    > forward to eating that.


    Did you accuse its parents of not being married?

    The stuff started out growing in dirt. Probably some
    animal skat in the dirt too. Bugs crawling all over
    it. Birds pooping on it. Etc..

    Any reason you can't wash it off and start over?

    On second thought, what was on your floor?

    Also a good excuse not to eat it. I consider Spinach to be
    toxic waste. Going to try to grow some heirloom strawberry
    spinach next year to see if the production hybrid variety
    is the cause of the toxic waste problem. (Production vegi's
    are bred to lay flat in shipping crates and not spoil.)

    -T

  10. #10
    Tommy Joe Guest

    Default Re: dammit

    On Sep 20, 5:22*pm, Todd <T...@invalid.invalid> wrote:

    > Also a good excuse not to eat it. *I consider Spinach to be
    > toxic waste. *Going to try to grow some heirloom strawberry
    > spinach next year to see if the production hybrid variety
    > is the cause of the toxic waste problem. *(Production vegi's
    > are bred to lay flat in shipping crates and not spoil.)



    While it is true that many foods are toxic let us not forget that
    humans are basically garbage disposals as is every living thing in the
    animal kingdom. It's one big re-cycling plant. I'm not suggesting
    you go out and buy a can of pesticide and squirt it down your throat,
    only that we are every bit as toxic as the toxic foods we eat, and all
    that will happen in time from eating them is that our toxic turds will
    fertilize the toxic earth and allow it to flourish in a soon to be
    toxic universe.

    Eat or be eaten,
    TJ

  11. #11
    Todd Guest

    Default Re: dammit

    On 09/20/2012 10:37 PM, Tommy Joe wrote:
    > On Sep 20, 5:22 pm, Todd <T...@invalid.invalid> wrote:
    >
    >> Also a good excuse not to eat it. I consider Spinach to be
    >> toxic waste. Going to try to grow some heirloom strawberry
    >> spinach next year to see if the production hybrid variety
    >> is the cause of the toxic waste problem. (Production vegi's
    >> are bred to lay flat in shipping crates and not spoil.)

    >
    >
    > While it is true that many foods are toxic let us not forget that
    > humans are basically garbage disposals as is every living thing in the
    > animal kingdom. It's one big re-cycling plant. I'm not suggesting
    > you go out and buy a can of pesticide and squirt it down your throat,
    > only that we are every bit as toxic as the toxic foods we eat, and all
    > that will happen in time from eating them is that our toxic turds will
    > fertilize the toxic earth and allow it to flourish in a soon to be
    > toxic universe.
    >
    > Eat or be eaten,
    > TJ
    >


    Tommy,

    I meant I do not like the taste of production spinach. I
    did not mean it was actually toxic, even though it tastes that
    way to me. :-)

    -T



  12. #12
    Somebody Guest

    Default Re: dammit

    "Todd" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:k3h03t$fii$[email protected]..

    > Tommy,
    >
    > I meant I do not like the taste of production spinach. I
    > did not mean it was actually toxic, even though it tastes that
    > way to me. :-)


    in any way? how about cooked? in lentil soup?




  13. #13
    Somebody Guest

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    "Bob O'Dyne" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Spinach is very high in oxalic acid. You're probably reacting to that.
    > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oxalic_acid



    if you drink orange juice with it then it's supposed to okay.



  14. #14
    Todd Guest

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    On 09/20/2012 11:12 PM, Somebody wrote:
    > "Todd" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:k3h03t$fii$[email protected]..
    >
    >> Tommy,
    >>
    >> I meant I do not like the taste of production spinach. I
    >> did not mean it was actually toxic, even though it tastes that
    >> way to me. :-)

    >
    > in any way? how about cooked? in lentil soup?


    Still toxic waste. I am going to try growing heirloom
    to see if the hybridization is what I don't like.


  15. #15
    Tommy Joe Guest

    Default Re: dammit

    On Sep 21, 2:05*am, Todd <T...@invalid.invalid> wrote:

    > * * I meant I do not like the taste of production spinach. *I
    > did not mean it was actually toxic, even though it tastes that
    > way to me. *:-)



    Todd - confession - I was merely using your post as an excuse to
    improvo-storm my way into a rambling message. I do use the bagged
    stuff though. I see what you mean about how flat it is. But I use it
    a lot. I don't like spinach raw. I don't dislike it, I just prefer
    it cooked. Brings out the flavor. Sometimes I actually prefer the
    cheaper bagged stuff that is more crude and curly and not as nice
    looking. It's easy to make, probably why I overeat it. I was joking,
    in a way, about the world being toxic. Truth is, we're really nothing
    more than walking garbage cans, all of us.

    And we're all looking for that big dumpster in the sky,
    TJ

  16. #16
    Tommy Joe Guest

    Default Re: dammit

    On Sep 21, 2:29*pm, Todd <T...@invalid.invalid> wrote:

    > Still toxic waste. *I am going to try growing heirloom
    > to see if the hybridization is what I don't like.



    I am considered a meat and potatoes diet for the rest of my life
    with veggies blended in a juicer and consumed after the meal. I
    wonder how that would work. I like veggies, but am beginning to think
    my ancient decrepit body needs more protein along with the good old
    fashioned carbos of my youth. In fact, I don't see why a good
    balanced meal couldn't be condensed into a single pill to be taken 3
    times a day. That would give us more time to work. Work is necessary
    for the sanity of the planet. We must work. A pill to stay awake 24
    hours a day, a pill for food, a pill for everything. It's all about
    speed. We need to go faster and save time so we can work more. Now
    let's get out there and do it. You first. I'm right behind you.

    TJ

  17. #17
    Todd Guest

    Default Re: dammit

    On 09/21/2012 01:34 PM, Tommy Joe wrote:
    > On Sep 21, 2:05 am, Todd <T...@invalid.invalid> wrote:
    >
    >> I meant I do not like the taste of production spinach. I
    >> did not mean it was actually toxic, even though it tastes that
    >> way to me. :-)

    >
    >
    > Todd - confession - I was merely using your post as an excuse to
    > improvo-storm my way into a rambling message. I do use the bagged
    > stuff though. I see what you mean about how flat it is. But I use it
    > a lot. I don't like spinach raw. I don't dislike it, I just prefer
    > it cooked. Brings out the flavor. Sometimes I actually prefer the
    > cheaper bagged stuff that is more crude and curly and not as nice
    > looking. It's easy to make, probably why I overeat it. I was joking,
    > in a way, about the world being toxic. Truth is, we're really nothing
    > more than walking garbage cans, all of us.
    >
    > And we're all looking for that big dumpster in the sky,
    > TJ
    >


    Hi TJ,

    Warning: a rant is about to proceed!

    Humans are omnivorous, like bears. Except for bears are
    also carrion eaters, unless you consider hot dogs to
    be carrion, then we are exactly like bears.

    Me, I eat pretty much what I like and can afford. Here
    was a bit surprise to me. I stopped by one of our community
    organic farms. I bought some tomatoes, cantaloupes, egg plant,
    carrots and squash. The carrots stunk of my car all day.
    It took supreme discipline not to pull over and eat the
    damn tings right there on the spot. Since when do carrot
    have a pleasant order (dude talk for aroma) and actually
    taste good. When I finally got home, my wife and I
    "devoured" the stuff. And she hates produce! But not this
    stuff.

    This stuff actually tasted good! No wonder I have always
    hated production (big farms) produce from the store. YUK!!!
    The tomatoes were firm and sweet! Since when did any of this
    stuff taste good?! I don't think I have eaten a vine ripe
    cantaloupe in 20 years!

    As I said, I pretty much eat what I like and can afford.
    Produce that is picked ripe and not hybridized to be
    picked green (not ripe), lay flat in a crate, and not
    spoil is disgusting. Did I mention: YUK? No wonder
    nearly everyone does not like produce and only eat it
    out of guilt. You might as well be eating processed food!

    Fortunately, I can only stop by this community farm
    once a week or I'd go bankrupt. You must, you must
    taste a community organic tomato that you pick yourself
    from the vine. You will never buy produce in the store
    again. (One of these days my black thumb will start
    to turn a little green and I will get some good yields
    from my tiny organic garden.)

    End of rant.

    -T





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    Somebody Guest

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    "Todd" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Humans are omnivorous, like bears.


    but we don't **** in the woods, normally.



  19. #19
    Todd Guest

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    On 09/21/2012 05:53 PM, Somebody wrote:
    > "Todd" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:k3j0lb$pop$[email protected]..
    >
    >> Humans are omnivorous, like bears.

    >
    > but we don't **** in the woods, normally.



    http://www.outdooroddities.com/wp-co...gn-500x373.jpg


  20. #20
    Todd Guest

    Default Re: dammit

    On 09/21/2012 06:04 PM, Todd wrote:
    > On 09/21/2012 05:53 PM, Somebody wrote:
    >> "Todd" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >> news:k3j0lb$pop$[email protected]..
    >>
    >>> Humans are omnivorous, like bears.

    >>
    >> but we don't **** in the woods, normally.

    >
    >
    > http://www.outdooroddities.com/wp-co...gn-500x373.jpg


    Now try and tell me you didn't laugh!


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