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Old 07-13-2008, 01:38 AM   #181
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Oh ye gods. We had to watch a video about that market, because the place I was working at the time was adopting the "Fish Philosophy".
It has a fish philsophy? Uh ... okay!

That's kinda cool about the video, though. Small world and all that.
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Old 07-13-2008, 01:39 AM   #182
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Yep, sound quality is rather dodgy on that one too. The 26 February 1980 gig in Dublin has almost the same set and much better sound.
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Oh my bad, I see it was Cori, not you Khan.
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Hah, I just noticed them lurking on the Active Users thing, and thought "fresh meat- er, victim- er, person for the Superthread!"
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In order of expecting to find things, I'd expect to find about 5 bakeries for every butcher, then 2 butchers for every greengrocer.

In fact, now that I think about my trip to the supermarket, that off-the-top-of-my-head ratio is just about precisely what I pass on my five minute trip!
all the greengrocers here are in other parts of town. so it'd be inconvenient for me. and i pass...a car wash and a minor medical center on my way to the supermarket! this is the chain i was referring to, btw.
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In order of expecting to find things, I'd expect to find about 5 bakeries for every butcher, then 2 butchers for every greengrocer.

In fact, now that I think about my trip to the supermarket, that off-the-top-of-my-head ratio is just about precisely what I pass on my five minute trip!
I'd agree with that.

In the suburbs I'd expect to find a dairy next to a bakery, too. I know of two little store complexes within a kilometre of me, both have a bakery and a dairy.

In fact, it may be three with a dairy and a bakery, I can't remember if the one I go past on the bus has a bakery.
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Ax, what's a good show for The Unforgettable Fire (The song)
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All right, gang, I'm out.

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I'd agree with that.

In the suburbs I'd expect to find a dairy next to a bakery, too. I know of two little store complexes within a kilometre of me, both have a bakery and a dairy.

In fact, it may be three with a dairy and a bakery, I can't remember if the one I go past on the bus has a bakery.
no, that's not a dairy. it's a dildo shop. shoppe. (pronounced shoppie, which rhymes with poppy)
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Ax, what's a good show for The Unforgettable Fire (The song)
Without a doubt, get 21 March 1985, Chicago. One of the best quality audience recorded bootlegs ever (it sounds soundboard), and UF is mindblowing.
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It has a fish philsophy? Uh ... okay!

That's kinda cool about the video, though. Small world and all that.
Incidentally, I saw a documentary the other day that had Seattle getting pwned by a huge earthquake, which I believe is something Ali is into.

Three degrees of separation, folks. Just three.
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