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Old 07-28-2015, 07:30 PM   #21
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It just seems like every election cycle there are several of these insipid food-mishap stories. "Holy hell can you believe candidate x asked for ketchup on his Chicago hot dog!!!!!"
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For the record, it says "Scott Walker Lives Inside My Butt."

And also for the record, the best cheesesteak has provolone on it.
thanks for clearing that up

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How is this a news story? You guys are desperate for any anti-republican "news".
the republicans have enough self inflicted damage without people needing to scrutinize their eating habits too (except for Christie).

I do like the signs though, and Walker is a turd.


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I think the picture actually helps Walker showing how juvenile the signs are and he just doesn't give a shit.

Bob - Growing up near Philly, Whenever a candidate makes a cheesesteak pilgrimage its big news. Ordering the right way shows the candidate is in tune with the local culture. American cheese isn't a big deal, in fact that's the most common and best tasting. When John Kerry wanted Swiss in 2004 there was a big uproar, because it played to the narrative that he was aloof and only wanted the finest for himself.
The thing i remember most about John Kerry in 2004 was he kept pretending he wasn't some elitist and tried to appeal to the "average guy". For instance, hunting geese, throwing the football around with John "2 Americas'" Edwards, etc.

It's no big deal though, we know that ALL politicians lie to some extent

 
with the obvious exception of Bernie Sanders, who NEVER lies EVER
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It just seems like every election cycle there are several of these insipid food-mishap stories. "Holy hell can you believe candidate x asked for ketchup on his Chicago hot dog!!!!!"
Yeah but....

the pictures are just great







I dunno, maybe these guys and gals could avoid corndogs and ice cream when running for potus
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American "cheese" is revolting.
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How is this a news story? You guys are desperate for any anti-republican "news".
I'm not desperate for anything, but I like any story about Philadelphia because I have an excuse for tangentially talking about myself without seeming narcissistic.
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All three times I've been to Philadelphia I've ordered an American with. I feel lucky to have not started an international incident. Next time I'll get the provolone. Anything but cheez whiz.
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Cheesesteaks look really gross to me. I'm glad I'm not running for president.
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Cheesesteaks look really gross to me. I'm glad I'm not running for president.
They are delicious. I used to work in a pizza/hoagie shop as a teen. The best were our Chicken Cheesesteak varieties.

Chicken Parm
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A good cheesesteak shouldn't be drowning in cheese and should have a good roll. As long as it has those things going for it, it will be delicious and not gross.
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Remember the good old days when George HW Bush had to pretend to like pork ribs?
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A good cheesesteak shouldn't be drowning in cheese and should have a good roll. As long as it has those things going for it, it will be delicious and not gross.
Isn't it also loaded with green peppers?
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I've never had peppers on a cheesesteak, and it's not a standard part of the order. There are some places where you have to specifically ask not to have onions on it, but I've never once had to ask for no peppers.
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Ok. That's good to know. I guess I always thought the thing was loaded down with peppers.
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Rick Perry was asked about Donald Trump's comments about him and challenged Trump to a pull up contest.
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Rick Perry was asked about Donald Trump's comments about him and challenged Trump to a pull up contest.
Trump: Rick Perry wears glasses to seem smart.
Perry: Do you even lift, bro?
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That basically just really happened.
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I will take that as an admission on Perry's part that he only works on glamour muscles.
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My mom watching The Five "Rick Perry is a loser"
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Remember the good old days when George HW Bush had to pretend to like pork ribs?
I remember the good old days when GHWB threw up on the Japanese PM. That was just a few days after he came to visit us in the ROK. True Story!
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Remember the good old days when George HW Bush had to pretend to like pork ribs?


i remember when he was amazed by a salad spinner.

but then, so am i.
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