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Old 07-14-2008, 06:51 AM   #781
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This really is a great episode.
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Ha, GNW's just showed some story about a 727 that was apparently abandoned at Hanoi's international airport and the authorities don't know who it belongs to.
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Oh, hey, U-Wen, Khan posted something while you weren't here about how apparently people allergic to peanuts AREN'T allergic to the peanut oil used in cooking because it doesn't contain whatever it is that sets off peanut allergies. So I may be able to have some of that Chinese food that has peanut oil but otherwise is safe.
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I'm off to do some (gasp!) reading.

There's a risk I'll fall asleep and not make it back, so if I don't, goodnight
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Oh, hey, U-Wen, Khan posted something while you weren't here about how apparently people allergic to peanuts AREN'T allergic to the peanut oil used in cooking because it doesn't contain whatever it is that sets off peanut allergies. So I may be able to have some of that Chinese food that has peanut oil but otherwise is safe.
Excellent.

Now, what has peanut oil in it again....?
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Old 07-14-2008, 07:09 AM   #786
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Excellent.

Now, what has peanut oil in it again....?
Wasn't just about everything without fish, eggs, or other nuts cooked in peanut oil?
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Old 07-14-2008, 07:16 AM   #787
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Wasn't just about everything without fish, eggs, or other nuts cooked in peanut oil?
Yeah probably. Depends on how willing you are to risk your life, I guess.
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Yeah probably. Depends on how willing you are to risk your life, I guess.
I'll have to ask Khan again why peanut oil isn't meant to be a risk. Plus, well, it's just oil that is probably thoroughly cooked through and insubstantial. I can eat chocolate cakes made with egg because it's so thoroughly mixed through the cake and cooked into oblivion.
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Old 07-14-2008, 07:20 AM   #789
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Yet to wear it out though, I imagine I'll get some real "WTF" looks.
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I'll have to ask Khan again why peanut oil isn't meant to be a risk. Plus, well, it's just oil that is probably thoroughly cooked through and insubstantial. I can eat chocolate cakes made with egg because it's so thoroughly mixed through the cake and cooked into oblivion.
"Oh, no, it's perfectly fine, won't hurt me at a-ARGH CALL AN AMBULANCE!"
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Old 07-14-2008, 07:24 AM   #791
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In other random news, I bought a fedora the other day:



Yet to wear it out though, I imagine I'll get some real "WTF" looks.
Ha. Wear it to the Phail session. Along with a V mask.
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So I was just reading an issue of the Punisher from 1993, and there's this story where he goes to murder a theatrical heavy metal group on stage using their own props. There are a few posters and clothing on characters that said "Metallica", "Faith No More", "Helmet" and such, but in the last panel there was one that read "Swervedriver". I thought that was kind of neat.
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Yet to wear it out though, I imagine I'll get some real "WTF" looks.
Nice. I wish good hats had a better reputation today.

I own a few fedoras and like to wear them when I'm going for a walk, or even when it's just raining. I was going to bring one to Melbourne with me! If I get any looks, my excuse is that I'm an art student.
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So I was just reading an issue of the Punisher from 1993, and there's this story where he goes to murder a theatrical heavy metal group on stage using their own props. There are a few posters and such saying "Metallica", "Faith No More", "Helmet" and such, but in the last panel there was one that read "Swervedriver". I thought that was kind of neat.
Ha, though Swervedriver with Metallica and Faith No More? Is it also a "spot the odd one out" game?
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Old 07-14-2008, 07:29 AM   #795
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Ha, though Swervedriver with Metallica and Faith No More? Is it also a "spot the odd one out" game?
I thought so... maybe the artist was a fan and wanted to include them next to the standards of heavy-ish music of the time!
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