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    Quote Originally Posted by Rickenbacher39 View Post
    I know it was stated that this may not be the end of the world................
    but what if it is?
    Always with the "what ifs".
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    Quote Originally Posted by kruizer View Post
    Always with the "what ifs".
    My mommy always said I was an inquisitive lad.
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    What if those deep fat fryers are causing global warming? Huh? Maybe we will have stumbled upon the answer once we have fewer spuds in the grease.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rickenbacher39 View Post
    My mommy always said I was an inquisitive lad.
    ....I'll bet Mrs. Hun said the same thing about her son, Attila......those Germans always were a curious bunch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kschilk View Post
    ....I'll bet Mrs. Hun said the same thing about her son, Attila......those Germans always were a curious bunch.
    Au contraire mon ami!

    The Huns were probably Kazahs.

    https://www.ancient.eu/Huns/
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    Quote Originally Posted by glenwolde View Post
    we have reached peak potato!!! I will miss my egg and potato breakfast tacos.
    POTATOES IN A TACO ??????



    That would be like making SALSA from rutabagas and parsnips. I imagine there might be a Philistine who would try it, but . . . but . . . .but . . . oh, the humanity !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Czechbikr View Post
    Au contraire mon ami!

    The Huns were probably Kazahs.

    https://www.ancient.eu/Huns/
    ...from Kazablanca?!
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