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Old 07-07-2008, 02:43 AM   #811
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I think you could find all the ingredients you'd need; it seems what little they have doesn't sell like hotcakes anyway. Though if you're lost and can't find tortillas, don't ask for "tortiyas" or nobody will know what you want. I found this out the hard way.
oh god, do they say tor-till-uhs?
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Aladdin Sane and Diamond Dogs were the two best albums for Bowie's vocals.
Station To Station has its moments too. Would have been even better had he not been entirely coked up.
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It doesn't burn my teeth, so much as make them feel....really weird, and I can't stop grinding them after I drink it
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I think you could find all the ingredients you'd need; it seems what little they have doesn't sell like hotcakes anyway. Though if you're lost and can't find tortillas, don't ask for "tortiyas" or nobody will know what you want. I found this out the hard way.
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oh god, do they say tor-till-uhs?
YES, THAT'S WHAT I HAD TO ASK FOR.

Mexican just isn't very common here at all. Good luck finding a Mexican restaurant. The one Mexican restaurant I knew on the Gold Coast sold ... PIZZA.

Yes, PIZZA.

Their menu had a page of Mexicany main meals, then a page of pizzas. They were apparently Mexican pizzas because they had spicy toppings or something.
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YES, THAT'S WHAT I HAD TO ASK FOR.

Mexican just isn't very common here at all. Good luck finding a Mexican restaurant. The one Mexican restaurant I knew on the Gold Coast sold ... PIZZA.

Yes, PIZZA.

Their menu had a page of Mexicany main meals, then a page of pizzas. They were apparently Mexican pizzas because they had spicy toppings or something.
that's a damn shame.
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Aladdin Sane and Diamond Dogs were the two best albums for Bowie's vocals.
Those are pretty good vocal performances.

In my opinion, Heathen is far and away his best vocal performance. In a less noticable way Outside is fantastic as well.
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Ooh, Fripp? When?
The "Heroes" album. He recorded his lead guitar parts for the album all in one day.
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YES, THAT'S WHAT I HAD TO ASK FOR.

Mexican just isn't very common here at all. Good luck finding a Mexican restaurant. The one Mexican restaurant I knew on the Gold Coast sold ... PIZZA.

Yes, PIZZA.

Their menu had a page of Mexicany main meals, then a page of pizzas. They were apparently Mexican pizzas because they had spicy toppings or something.
This reminds of that Seinfeld episode with the Pakistani man who cooked beans and franks.
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The "Heroes" album. He recorded his lead guitar parts for the album all in one day.
Progtastic.
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alright...i guess if i'm still wide awake i should probably be reading for class g'night ya'll!
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YES, THAT'S WHAT I HAD TO ASK FOR.

Mexican just isn't very common here at all. Good luck finding a Mexican restaurant. The one Mexican restaurant I knew on the Gold Coast sold ... PIZZA.

Yes, PIZZA.

Their menu had a page of Mexicany main meals, then a page of pizzas. They were apparently Mexican pizzas because they had spicy toppings or something.
fuck, i'd die. i love mexican food; there's so-ooo many mexican restaurants in my town. not even memphis, but the suburb in which i live! there's two within three minutes from my house, just to give you an idea.

i wouldn't know what to do if i couldn't have mexican

uhh...food. mexican food.
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Station To Station has its moments too. Would have been even better had he not been entirely coked up.
I find it funny that his best album came out of him being coked up.
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Have a good one, Mia!
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