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Old 05-10-2008, 12:20 AM   #121
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You don't know the flavour, ready salted?


You know, a little bit of salt.

Ready salted are awesome.
they don't have that here.

or "ready salted" is called "regular" or "original" here.
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You don't know the flavour, ready salted?


You know, a little bit of salt.

Ready salted are awesome.
we just call those "original" here in the states
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Opeth are on my "meaning to listen to" list. Unfortch I haven't heard much by them other than their cover of Iron Maidens' Remember Tomorrow. Which I love.

I did see a couple of their albums in town for eight bucks a piece. Damnation I think and.. Blackwater Park. Are they mostly growls or are they like Agalloch, where they'll interject the odd clean vocal?
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You don't know the flavour, ready salted?


You know, a little bit of salt.

Ready salted are awesome.
I've always considered "ready salted" to be a poofy name for "plain".
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yeah, i've gotta be in the mood for tuna as well.

if it was me, i'd pick spinach and cheese.
that's what i want most, but a) i'm afraid i'll want it more some other time! and b) it's got 6 grams of protein, the chick peas 7, the tuna 11. although the tuna really needs some rice with it.



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And seriously

Ketchup chips, dill pickle and roast chicken are clearly the best
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I've always considered "ready salted" to be a poofy name for "plain".
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Opeth are on my "meaning to listen to" list. Unfortch I haven't heard much by them other than their cover of Iron Maidens' Remember Tomorrow. Which I love.

I did see a couple of their albums in town for eight bucks a piece. Damnation I think and.. Blackwater Park. Are they mostly growls or are they like Agalloch, where they'll interject the odd clean vocal?
Mikael Akerfeldt alternates between clean and growls a fair bit. More clean vocals of late. Damnation is an acoustic album and entirely clean. Blackwater Park is generally considered their masterpiece; Steven Wilson produced it and guests on Bleak, an amazing song. I highly recommend Still Life too, and I'm fond of their debut, Orchid, even if not many others seem to be. The Apostle In Triumph is my favourite Opeth song.
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thank you.
though plain chips are good with sour cream + onion dip....better than sour cream + onion chips!
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I've always considered "ready salted" to be a poofy name for "plain".

And Axver finally agrees with the United States
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And seriously

Ketchup chips, dill pickle and roast chicken are clearly the best
wait do you people really have chicken flavored chips????


in thailand the lay's were squid, octopus, and seaweed. the 2 i tried (don't remember which) tasted fairly similar, and were good.
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OK, time to go shopping. I expect to pick up some barbecue or sour cream and onion chips. No poofy "ready salted".

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Sweet. They sound like I'd like them then.



I read a few metal mags and I remember reading about how wunnerful Blackwater Park was.
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Although onion dip is what the potato chip was designed for.

It's amazing how something so simple can make a food item so much better.
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wait do you people really have chicken flavored chips????
Chicken is one of the standard, conventional flavours. When my mother was a girl, all you could get was plain, chicken, and salt & vinegar. And I think barbecue too, or maybe that came in during her teen years.

Anyway, see you folks soon!
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