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  • mhardy6647
    mhardy6647 Posts: 30,259
    Plus: Fried bread is a don't miss!
  • SCompRacer
    SCompRacer Posts: 7,746
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  • OleBoot
    OleBoot Posts: 1,267
    OleBoot wrote: »
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    The first time I realized I liked Indian cuisine occurred the first time I visited London and had a few English dishes, starting with bangers and the English version of scrambled eggs.

    I have found scrambled eggs to be the same in the UK as here. Wonder what you had that was different?
  • pitdogg2
    pitdogg2 Posts: 21,220
    OleBoot wrote: »
    OleBoot wrote: »
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    The first time I realized I liked Indian cuisine occurred the first time I visited London and had a few English dishes, starting with bangers and the English version of scrambled eggs.

    I have found scrambled eggs to be the same in the UK as here. Wonder what you had that was different?

    Maybe they leave the shells in for fiber....
  • soundfreak1
    soundfreak1 Posts: 3,096
    OleBoot wrote: »
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    OleBoot wrote: »
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    Corned ox tongue! Yum!

    Used to have ox tongue with a salad growing up. Very tasty.

    Oh Hell no! I've never been that hungry!
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  • Tony M
    Tony M Posts: 10,719
    edited April 25
    The male sometimes perches on dead branch 25' away from the box. I got a picture of the Female going into the box this morning. The pair were sitting above our bird feeders even though they never go to them. I think they prefer bugs and worms.
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    I waited for 10 min. but the male flew off to the back and never returned. An afternoon and evening lighting is better for the male anyway. He's a looker. ;)
    :)
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  • treitz3
    treitz3 Posts: 15,606
    edited April 25
    The first time I realized I liked Indian cuisine occurred the first time I visited London and had a few English dishes, starting with bangers and the English version of scrambled eggs.
    I have found scrambled eggs to be the same in the UK as here. Wonder what you had that was different?

    I thought that was "French" eggs.

    [EDIT:] I believe you are referring to The French style creamed scrambled eggs. Small and tender curds but still pasteurized and creamy.

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  • BlueBirdMusic
    BlueBirdMusic Registered User Posts: 1,786
    treitz3 wrote: »
    The first time I realized I liked Indian cuisine occurred the first time I visited London and had a few English dishes, starting with bangers and the English version of scrambled eggs.
    I have found scrambled eggs to be the same in the UK as here. Wonder what you had that was different?

    I thought that was "French" eggs.

    [EDIT:] I believe you are referring to The French style creamed scrambled eggs. Small and tender curds but still pasteurized and creamy.

    Tom

    The scrambled eggs I had the first morning were "plastered" to the plate. There was nothing "French" about the eggs.
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  • soundfreak1
    soundfreak1 Posts: 3,096
    I just bit my tounge laughing damthit
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  • Tony M
    Tony M Posts: 10,719
    edited April 25
    My truck was gleaming extra nice today for some reason. So I took a shot of it. :)
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    Now I said I'd get a picture of the glorious male Bluebird and I had a magazine cover shot in my camera screen. His colors were superb and contrasting like a male in his prime.

    The camera has a timer to shut the screen off after 10 or 15 seconds. Just when I was about to push the button down, the camera goes into sleep mode. I push the button and it comes back on. I instantly clicked the button again...He flew off 1/2 a second before the second click. :s:'(

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    Maybe next time... ;)

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  • Nightfall
    Nightfall Posts: 9,861
    Wow that Ford is clean. I learned how to drive stick in one of those with a straight 6. Perfect for learning, plenty of torque so it was lenient on not giving enough gas as you let the clutch out but dog slow to stay out of trouble.

    I bet you could sell that for a pretty penny
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  • NotaSuv
    NotaSuv Posts: 3,549
    we used to have a cat that tried to catch its tail for hours :)
  • BlueBirdMusic
    BlueBirdMusic Registered User Posts: 1,786
    Tony M wrote: »
    The male sometimes perches on dead branch 25' away from the box. I got a picture of the Female going into the box this morning. The pair were sitting above our bird feeders even though they never go to them. I think they prefer bugs and worms.
    iil3tjahm8uo.jpg

    I waited for 10 min. but the male flew off to the back and never returned. An afternoon and evening lighting is better for the male anyway. He's a looker. ;)
    :)
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    Love those Bluebirds. My "name" was derived from my love as a kid of all the Bluebirds.

    I remember one school science project where my cousin and I kept a detailed log of a family of Bluebirds until the babies left the nest.
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  • mhardy6647
    mhardy6647 Posts: 30,259
    edited April 26
    one of the accounts I "follow" :p on Flikr is that of Friendship I mean Thurgood Marshall Baltimore Washington International Airport. Some great photos of the place & some planes, too. I like aeroplanes. :)

    I guess they're rehabbing a bunch of the loos at the airport. There's an album of photographs. I've gotta say: nice lookin' bathroom(s). B)

    Here's a sample:
    52032457869_fdca324bc1_b.jpgInterior - View at Sink Island by Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, on Flickr

    View at Sink Island sounds like a Hemingway book title idea that his publisher talked him out of...
  • mhardy6647
    mhardy6647 Posts: 30,259
    So -- spring turkey hunting season starts this coming weekend. These boyz apparently haven't gotten the memo. Yet.


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  • mhardy6647
    mhardy6647 Posts: 30,259
    ... and then it got worse B)

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    Cue the Jimmy Buffett song:



    ...But now, she lives down by the ocean
    She's taking care to look for sharks
    They hang out in the local bars
    And they feed right after dark
    Can't you feel them circling, honey?
    Can't you feel them swimming around?
    You got fins to the left, fins to the right
    And you're the only bait in town
    B)
  • mhardy6647
    mhardy6647 Posts: 30,259
    And finally, with apologies to Tha Cahs The Cars and their great debut album...

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    Life's the same, they're moonin' in stereo...

  • mhardy6647
    mhardy6647 Posts: 30,259
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    I assume this cartoon isn't from the same John Atkinson as Stereophile's John Atkinson(?!?)

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  • mhardy6647
    mhardy6647 Posts: 30,259
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    Pine siskin on the bluebird "jail" feeder. The idea is that larger birds cannot get to the center cup of seed , grubs, but bluebirds can. We sprinkle food across the 'floor', so many smaller birds can use it as a platform feeder of sorts. Large birds have nowhere to perch.

    I think this is the first time I've seen a pine siskin on there, though. Pine siskins live in the far north, but aren't uncommonly seen in New England when winters are cold, snowy and/or long. We've had a couple of them almost every day lately -- they'll be heading back north soon, though.
  • mhardy6647
    mhardy6647 Posts: 30,259
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    tip o' the metaphorical hat to ASR for both of those bon mots*

    * or is that bons mot?
    zut alors!
  • pitdogg2
    pitdogg2 Posts: 21,220
    That's one nice looking dog !!