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Old 01-26-2008, 09:46 PM   #661
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Hi all.

New Kids On The Block are reforming. WORD!
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Old 01-26-2008, 09:48 PM   #662
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I saw that earlier this afternoon!

I am SO totally going to the concert if they go on tour.
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The arctic variety?
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NKOTB are back..

Something about that is oh so very wrong

I was such a fangirl for Jordan when I was a young lass though

Maybe they'll reform as a death metal outfit and surprise the crap out of everyone.
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Old 01-26-2008, 10:13 PM   #665
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The arctic variety?
I just made tilapia* fillets (hence my breadcrumbs question). Yum.




*A fish bred to not taste fishy, bred especially for lame inlanders. --Food Network
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Oooh A fish that doesn't taste fishy... is it truly a chicken in disguise?
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It's too moist and tender to be chicken. Fresh fish has been crazy cheap around here for the past few months. Nice, for a change.
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Old 01-26-2008, 10:37 PM   #668
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superstore has tilapia on sale right now, I should pick some up tmw. if I'm able to pick anything up tmw.
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Old 01-26-2008, 10:47 PM   #669
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superstore has tilapia on sale right now, I should pick some up tmw. if I'm able to pick anything up tmw.
It's really, really good. I got it at Zehrs the other day, which is the same thing. Fresh salmon has also been really cheap, and I bought some of that too. I really don't know how to cook fish at all, but praise the Food Network, I've been doing okay. The salmon turned out

Been trying to eat more fish cause it's healthy. So, don't mention that in the case of the tilapia, eating it breaded after 10 pm probably wasn't the best idea, kthnx.
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I did look at the time when you said you just made it. I was keeping quiet though as I ate at 9, with garlic bread on the side.

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I mostly like white fish that's cool you tried and won with the salmon though
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I don't think i really eat that much, or that badly most of the time, it's when I eat. If I could eat at normal people times, and eat breakfast, I'd probably be 102 lbs.
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oh to be 102 lbs
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"clawmarks on the walls of her uterus"


I'm all for cloning
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Evening, Bar.
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Evening, Pfan. What's the countdown in your sig for? What's gonna happen to LMP?

Costa Rica has some of the best surfing in the world. FYI.
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