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post Nov 7 2010, 09:49 AM
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If people ate Spam exclusively we'd solve the Social Security crisis in a generation. Nobody would live long enough to collect.

Previously, Hormel marketers concede, people thought of Spam as something you kept in the basement in case the refrigerator went out during a nuclear war.

In Hawaii, Burger King began serving Spam in 2007 on its menu to compete with the local McDonald's chains. In Hawaii, Spam is so popular it is sometimes dubbed "The Hawaiian Steak".

Island residents consume more than five million pounds of Spam a year, an average of about 16 cans for every man, woman and child. There are more varieties of Spam sold in Hawaii than anywhere else. There is Spam Garlic, along with Spam Bacon, Spam with Cheese, Spam with Tabasco, Spam Turkey and Spam Jam, which featured more sodium and more fat.
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post Nov 10 2010, 09:27 PM
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Passengers aboard cruise ship Carnival Splendor are ’safe and healthy,’ Coast Guard says.

The U.S. Navy on Tuesday airlifted more than 70,000 pounds of canned Spam and Pop-Tarts.

The Navy also airlifted plastic utensils and plates.

The USS Ronald Reagan tried to ease the burden Tuesday by air-lifting 65,000 pounds of Spam, Pop-Tarts and other supplies onto the deck of the Carnival Splendor -- "anything that doesn't need to be cooked or refrigerated," a Coast Guard spokesman told AOL News today. It's not caviar, but given the circumstances, it will have to do.

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post Nov 11 2010, 04:26 AM
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Never tried the stuff, but having now been subjected to this relentless

advertising campaign about this product, i now find myself having this

irresistible urge to rush down to the nearest supermarket and buy one

of these cans to find out what all the fuss is about.

Although, before i do, i'm going to pour myself another glass of red just

to test whether my willpower is 'up shit creek' or not.


Actually, on second thought, it could be interesting to find out if SPAM

goes well with a glass of red, or not, so this is another added challenge

i now have to consider.

Think i might as well go for the third glass, to think tings through more

properly!

It seems to me, all of a sudden, that this SPAM business could go on for

quite a while yet!!


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post Nov 11 2010, 12:39 PM
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Brother Tam…you had better keep the entire bottle if you are going to eat this “Crap”.

That’s the joke…it is really bad and bad for you.

Danish Crown is: The world´s third largest – and Europe´s second largest – pig slaughtering business…
Tulip Ltd. sells canned foods, and the company also sells SPAM and Stagg products for Hormel Foods International in the UK market.



JUST IN...

Some already are calling it the Spam cruise. And the four-day ordeal for passengers this week on the fire-damaged Carnival Splendor even appears to have resulted in the coining of a new word, "Spamcation."

But Carnival now is disputing the notion that Spam ever was served on the disabled vessel after it lost power Monday off the coast of Mexico.

"Despite media reports to the contrary, Carnival Splendor guests were never served Spam!" the line said in a terse tweet sent out today from its official Twitter account at 2:44 pm ET.

Reminded that the U.S. Navy had sent news outlets photos of its personnel delivering Spam to the ship on Tuesday, a spokesman for Carnival contacted by USA TODAY acknowledged that Spam was taken aboard the ship but says it never was passed on to passengers.

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post Nov 12 2010, 10:13 AM
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QUOTE (elreb @ Nov 9 2010, 02:39 PM) *
Brother Tam…you had better keep the entire bottle if you are going to eat this “Crap”.

That’s the joke…it is really bad and bad for you.

Danish Crown is: The world´s third largest – and Europe´s second largest – pig slaughtering business…
Tulip Ltd. sells canned foods, and the company also sells SPAM and Stagg products for Hormel Foods International in the UK market.



JUST IN...

Some already are calling it the Spam cruise. And the four-day ordeal for passengers this week on the fire-damaged Carnival Splendor even appears to have resulted in the coining of a new word, "Spamcation."

But Carnival now is disputing the notion that Spam ever was served on the disabled vessel after it lost power Monday off the coast of Mexico.

"Despite media reports to the contrary, Carnival Splendor guests were never served Spam!" the line said in a terse tweet sent out today from its official Twitter account at 2:44 pm ET.

Reminded that the U.S. Navy had sent news outlets photos of its personnel delivering Spam to the ship on Tuesday, a spokesman for Carnival contacted by USA TODAY acknowledged that Spam was taken aboard the ship but says it never was passed on to passengers.


Bloody oath: "By appointment to the Royal Danish Court"!!

Hope the little son of the crown prince and the Australian

princess Mary doesn't get this served for lunch every other

day!


Happy to say that i never made it to the supermarket.

Became 'slightly' inebriated, so the 'red' probably saved

my life - by the sound of it. wink.gif

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post Nov 12 2010, 06:01 PM
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QUOTE (Tamborine man @ Nov 12 2010, 04:13 AM) *
Bloody oath: "By appointment to the Royal Danish Court"!!

Hope the little son of the crown prince and the Australian princess Mary doesn't get this served for lunch every other day!


Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport…Let me “Abo” go loose, Bruce…

Mary Donaldson met Fred in a pub in Sydney, where the Crown Prince attended the 2000 Summer Olympics… a modern fairytale romance between the crown prince and an Australian-born commoner.

I didn’t know that!
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post Nov 13 2010, 01:28 AM
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QUOTE (elreb @ Nov 10 2010, 09:01 PM) *
Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport…Let me “Abo” go loose, Bruce…

Mary Donaldson met Fred in a pub in Sydney, where the Crown Prince attended the 2000 Summer Olympics… a modern fairytale romance between the crown prince and an Australian-born commoner.

I didn’t know that!



Not only that! My wife is from Hobart, Tasmania. She came to Denmark
and dragged me down to Australia. (We also met in a pub).

Frederik came to Australia, found Mary, also from Hobart, Tasmania, and
dragged her back to Denmark.

I think that all in all, this swap seems quite justified and appears to be
to everybody's satisfaction.
At least i haven't heard anybody from the two countries envolved complaining
yet about having been dealt a bad hand! wink.gif

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post Nov 13 2010, 12:17 PM
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And let’s not forget the swashbuckling American actor, Errol Flynn who was also born in Hobart, Tasmania, where his father, Theodore Thomson Flynn, was a lecturer and later professor of biology at the University of Tasmania.

Flynn, living at Sydney, New South Wales in 1926, attended Sydney Church of England Grammar School (Shore School) where he was the classmate of future Australian Prime Minister, John Gorton.

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post Nov 15 2010, 08:33 AM
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QUOTE (elreb @ Nov 11 2010, 03:17 PM) *
And let’s not forget the swashbuckling American actor, Errol Flynn who was also born in Hobart, Tasmania, where his father, Theodore Thomson Flynn, was a lecturer and later professor of biology at the University of Tasmania.

Flynn, living at Sydney, New South Wales in 1926, attended Sydney Church of England Grammar School (Shore School) where he was the classmate of future Australian Prime Minister, John Gorton.



So true, elreb.

The former Prime Minister Gordon has been completely forgotten, while Flynn lives on.
This same thing happens to 99% of all Prime Ministers and presidents around the world,
and it's a bit amazing they not yet are getting the message through their thick skull why
this is so!!

As a young boy i saw Flynn as 'Robin Hood', and thought then that the light was shinning
out his bum!

So yes, think i'm in good company, and rather happy i became acquainted with beautiful
Tasmania.

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post Nov 15 2010, 01:16 PM
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From what I can tell, Prime Ministers, Presidents and Actors are all “Actors”.

Where as an “Actor” may have a well-developed imagination, and the ability to interpret drama, a President or Prime Minister has the ability create drama.

American Presidents can turn fantasy into reality and reality into fantasy. The “Truth” is never straight forward! In some cases, the truth is not allowed but imagination and improvisation is.

The “Political” stage is a long and continues platform of constant memory blackouts, soaring prices and continually deteriorating conditions for the ordinary people.



Just in... Danish scientists opened the Prague tomb of Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe on Monday in an attempt to discover what killed the alchemist in 1601

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post Nov 17 2010, 02:20 AM
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QUOTE (elreb @ Nov 13 2010, 04:16 PM) *
From what I can tell, Prime Ministers, Presidents and Actors are all “Actors”.

Where as an “Actor” may have a well-developed imagination, and the ability to interpret drama, a President or Prime Minister has the ability create drama.

American Presidents can turn fantasy into reality and reality into fantasy. The “Truth” is never straight forward! In some cases, the truth is not allowed but imagination and improvisation is.

The “Political” stage is a long and continues platform of constant memory blackouts, soaring prices and continually deteriorating conditions for the ordinary people.



Just in... Danish scientists opened the Prague tomb of Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe on Monday in an attempt to discover what killed the alchemist in 1601


So true.

Yes i read about Tycho Brahe.

They're trying to find out whether Kepler murdered him, or if he choked on a celery-stick!

We should know more about this sometime in 2011. rolleyes.gif

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post Dec 15 2010, 08:54 PM
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QUOTE (Tamborine man @ Nov 16 2010, 08:20 PM) *
They're trying to find out whether Kepler murdered him, or if he choked on a celery-stick!

“It’s going a little slowly. It could have been easier if the modern tombstone, from 1901, had been placed directly on the vault, and not set in concrete. The concrete was a little difficult to remove, so it took a bit longer than we expected. But I hope it will be done today.”

“Why should someone kill him? He was a very nice and pleasant person.

“We are also very interested in Tycho Brahe’s wife to see what condition her remains are in. We want to compare her bones with Tycho’s remains to see if she took medicine with mercury during her life. It was perhaps usual that people took such medicine; if this was the case, it was then not uncommon that he took such medicine before he died.”

It's about his nose...
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post Dec 16 2010, 07:08 PM
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By by Big Bang.
http://www.media.inaf.it/2010/12/14/ammasso-record/

QUOTE
"according to the standard paradigm of galaxy formation, these galaxies should not even exist, why should they be formed when the universe is much older." Not only that: "The sequence of red galaxies," he adds Andreon, "is made up of galaxies whose last episode of star formation has happened in their distant past." Too bad that the galaxies JKCS041 can not have a "far past", since that date back to when the universe was just 3 billion years. In short, it seems the time has come to start thinking about how to rewrite the front pages of the history of galaxies.

(translated from Italian)

Italian video download link on red shifted distant objects:

http://www.media.inaf.it/press/jkcs041/andreon-jkcs041.flv

These distant galaxies are older than the big bang.

There was no single point of creation.
We live in a boundless continually growing universe,
outside and within.
There was no beginning,
and there is no end,
where only change,
is the constant.
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post Dec 16 2010, 07:21 PM
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QUOTE (lunk @ Dec 16 2010, 01:08 PM) *
By by Big Bang.



I’m with you “Lunk”…just hope the neighborhood RAT does not show up…you can’t close your own threads...
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QUOTE (elreb @ Dec 13 2010, 10:54 PM) *
“It’s going a little slowly. It could have been easier if the modern tombstone, from 1901, had been placed directly on the vault, and not set in concrete. The concrete was a little difficult to remove, so it took a bit longer than we expected. But I hope it will be done today.”

“Why should someone kill him? He was a very nice and pleasant person.

“We are also very interested in Tycho Brahe’s wife to see what condition her remains are in. We want to compare her bones with Tycho’s remains to see if she took medicine with mercury during her life. It was perhaps usual that people took such medicine; if this was the case, it was then not uncommon that he took such medicine before he died.”

It's about his nose...




You could very well be right, elreb!

Looks like he used a replaceable nose.

Each one for a different occasion .....perhaps!


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QUOTE (Tamborine man @ Dec 17 2010, 07:01 PM) *
each one for a different occasion .....perhaps!

What's this about you being a "Straw man"?
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QUOTE (elreb @ Dec 16 2010, 10:02 PM) *
What's this about you being a "Straw man"?



Obviously the man must be psychic, as once a year, here where i live,

we become inundated with bloody straw-filled scarecrows up to our ears,

so it's almost impossible to resist becoming one of the kind yourself!


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zIXDc_Mms0c...feature=related


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QUOTE (elreb @ Dec 16 2010, 03:21 PM) *
I’m with you “Lunk”…just hope the neighborhood RAT does not show up…you can’t close your own threads...


On a side note.
My municipality has brought in recycling. Which is picked up about 2 times a month with the regular weakly garbage collection. Most folks keep their recycling outside, the result has been an increase in rats in the neighborhood, as they now have a year round food supply of pizza boxes.
This has lead to a war on rats in my neighborhood.
Rat traps sales skyrocketed.
The rat problem disappeared.

I found an old rat nest under my compost heap.
No rat, but it was full of empty snail shells,
(all with a little hole in them, where the rat had ate the snail inside.)
Last spring, my neighbour, who had trapped at least 9 rats,
was complaining that she had never seen so many snails in her garden ever.

i think i am the only one who recognized that the rat problem,
was caused by the recycling program.

Now, we have a much bigger snail problem.
So there is a benefit to having a few rats around.

...when it comes to gardening.
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QUOTE (Tamborine man @ Dec 18 2010, 06:48 PM) *
Obviously the man must be psychic, as once a year, here where i live,

You actually live in Tamborine Mountain, Queensland?
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QUOTE (elreb @ Dec 17 2010, 09:32 PM) *
You actually live in Tamborine Mountain, Queensland?



Ah, good old Michael! Yes i know him well.

He keeps on getting gold medals for his unique liqueurs,

but it's actually his russian wife who are the brains behind

it all ......i think!

Good find, elreb

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