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  1. #2241
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lavabe View Post
    ... did devildeac get to the 1800-mark so quickly?

    It wasn't so long ago that dd did his beer list in honor of his 1000th post (no comma).

    Cheers,
    Lavabe

    He's probably rapid posting just to pad his post total. How shameful.

    I like pickles.

    -EarlJam

  2. #2242
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    Lte

    Quote Originally Posted by Lavabe View Post
    ... did devildeac get to the 1800-mark so quickly?

    It wasn't so long ago that dd did his beer list in honor of his 1000th post (no comma).

    Let's see...
    men's lax PWing?

    More importantly: does snrubchat really add to your post tally?

    Cheers,
    Lavabe
    Yes (47 posts-I provided updates about every 4 minutes plus prior contributions to the thread plus several after the game) .

    I don't think so.

    See response to EJ below.

  3. #2243
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    Quote Originally Posted by EarlJam View Post
    He's probably rapid posting just to pad his post total. How shameful.

    I like pickles.

    -EarlJam
    I do, too. What kind?

  4. #2244
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    Quote Originally Posted by EarlJam View Post
    He's probably rapid posting just to pad his post total. How shameful.

    I like pickles.

    -EarlJam
    Now I have 3 more posts thanks to the leaders.

  5. #2245
    Kosher dills seem a bit bitter to me...

  6. #2246
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    I like dill and sweet gherkins.

  7. #2247
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    Quote Originally Posted by YmoBeThere View Post
    Kosher dills seem a bit bitter to me...
    kosher dills are probably my favorite.

    Bubbies (I think that's the brand) are real good. The Harris Teeter store/deli brand are just OK.

    Sweet gherkins with other assorted veggies/olives/pickles at Thanksgiving/Christmas are tasty, too.

  8. #2248
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    Scary

    I just posted over on EK, twice!

    (Still nursing my lacrosse sadness.)

  9. #2249
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    Quote Originally Posted by devildeac View Post
    I do, too. What kind?
    Standard hamburger dill (very tart) slices. I eat them like potato chips.

    Also, banana peppers. Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm, banana peppers.

    -EarlJam

  10. #2250
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    Feb 2007
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    I'm actually at work this morning. The analysis I've just run isn't going well. Not that I can't do it, it just doesn't tell us anything interesting. I'm worrying about the 'publishability' of the paper. As an added downer, I don't really care, but I know the people I'm working with on this one do.

    So, I'm heading home without accomplishing much besides checking off that I made the effort. I think I'm taking the kids to see Speed Racer, it was going to be Iron Man but the 3 year-old will be with us and I don't think he'll sit all the way through Iron Man. I doubt he'll sit through Speed Racer either but I'm betting the other patrons, if there are any, won't care so much if he runs around a little bit.

  11. #2251
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    Waterloo, Ontario (unfortunately, no longer in London England).
    Quote Originally Posted by EarlJam View Post
    Standard hamburger dill (very tart) slices. I eat them like potato chips.

    Also, banana peppers. Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm, banana peppers.

    -EarlJam
    Pickled onions are the way to go - especially British-style.

  12. #2252
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    Quote Originally Posted by EarlJam View Post
    Standard hamburger dill (very tart) slices. I eat them like potato chips.

    Also, banana peppers. Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm, banana peppers.

    -EarlJam
    ever had the southern delicacy called deep fried pickles? interesting consistency/taste and even better with a Rogue Dead Guy Ale. OOH, an idea for a beer later today/this week and another review for the "ymm, beer" thread.

  13. #2253
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    I just checked and this will be my 235th post in this thread.

    I have 723 total.

    Where would I be without the LTE? Definitely not a starter.

  14. #2254
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    Lexington, KY

    Smile Sour pickles, and...

    well, as for relish, I'll go with Tony Packo's (thanks to ohioguy)!

    Cheers,
    Lavabe

  15. #2255
    Just so I can say I posted today:

    I don't like pickles. I don't like bananas either. Does that make me un-American?

    And the lacrosse loss still hurts.

  16. #2256
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bostondevil View Post
    I just checked and this will be my 235th post in this thread.

    I have 723 total.

    Where would I be without the LTE? Definitely not a starter.
    You would probably need to eat more pickles and/or drink more beer.

  17. #2257
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    Seattle, WA
    I've read all the posts in this thread -- it's an obsession, just to keep up with it.

    And baby kosher dills rule.

  18. #2258
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    Los Angeles
    Just keepin' it going! Weather here is wonderfully cool -- with actual CLOUDS! Yahoo. Even some much needed rain last week-end. Today 60 degrees -- 10 days ago -- over 100. What's up with that?

    Oh, and gophers are infesting my hillside. Arg. I'm tempted to start a thread about how to get rid of the little critters. Although they are kind of cute, I find it amazing that they dare to come out of their holes to eat my foliage when I'm sitting right there (with three dogs), and they don't even care. (There's a 4' wall between the gophers & my dogs, so I'm not endangering my canines). Although I did research gophers, thinking that if they didn't bite, or have rabies or fleas or other diseases, I would just let the dogs over the wall to have a little fun and kill the suckers. ...not to be, possible havoc on the dogs.

  19. #2259
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    Apr 2007
    Location
    St. Louis, MO

    Red face If it's an obsession, I'm right there with you

    Quote Originally Posted by DevilAlumna View Post
    I've read all the posts in this thread -- it's an obsession, just to keep up with it.

    And baby kosher dills rule.
    Had to get caught up after a weekend in NW AR. (As an aside, I made it back to St. Louis in 4.5 hours!!!)

    I agree on baby kosher dills. Does anyone else like bread and butter pickles? The Mt. Olive brand are the best I've tried aside from my mom's home-canned.

  20. #2260
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    Location
    Waterloo, Ontario (unfortunately, no longer in London England).
    Quote Originally Posted by DukieInKansas View Post

    I don't like bananas either.
    I can't stand them either. Wht I really don't get is chocolate-banana muffins (my former roommate used to make them all the time). If you want to make banana-bread or something fine, but why spoil the chocolaty goodness with banana grossness?

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