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Nothing But Net 08-21-2004 12:21 AM


Originally Posted by Undertoad
Knowing the humans around those parts, he wouldn't last long... "Hey Joe, I got me a 56-point buck last night!"

In the movie <i>The Deer Hunter</i>, they go hunting. What is the region in Pennsylvania that resembles the Canadian Rockies? I want to go there, it looks beautiful.

jinx 08-21-2004 10:11 PM

Halloween is just around the corner... :smack:

zippyt 08-22-2004 02:49 AM

OH that is Just WRONG !!!!!!!

lookout123 08-27-2004 03:43 PM

This is pretty messed up. a toy representing the wtc and 911. that's wrong.

Happy Monkey 08-27-2004 04:01 PM

I couldn't tell from the article whether anyone was denying that it depicted 9/11, or if they were just saying it didn't matter that it did. Either way, it's pretty rediculous.

And the base of the toy looks sort of coffinish.

busterb 08-28-2004 09:39 AM

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Any of the :Experts" know if these are the eating, somking, or tea making kind of fungus, mushrooms?

Cyber Wolf 08-28-2004 12:24 PM

That thing looks like it belongs about a 1/4 mile off the shore and on the bottom of the ocean off the coast of somewhere warm and semitropical.

Tigana 08-28-2004 12:39 PM

It looks a lot like this one.

Rakarin 08-28-2004 04:32 PM


Originally Posted by busterb
Any of the :Experts" know if these are the eating, somking, or tea making kind of fungus, mushrooms?

It looks like a kind of wood ear. Very few are poisonous. However, most have a taste ranging between dirt and wood, and a texture ranging between balsa wood and leather. (Most wood ears have too little soft portion to be edible, unless very young, except the gills, which tend to be edible.)

Ironically, I really dislike mushrooms, but when I was much younger, fate managed to put several articles and books about mushrooms in my hands. I ended up reading them to add detail to my DnD game.

Another useful trick which I learned about some mushrooms: the alkalide toxins tend to turn silver a very nasty black in minutes. I know this works with the angel cap mushroom (very deadly), and I'm pretty sure this works with the death cap (very similar to morrels, one of the few mushrooms I eat, but quite deadly). While not the difinitive test, this works with something like 40-50% of poisonous mushrooms, including the ones that cause the most common poisonings in North America. Many... not "myconologists"... "mycophiles"?... have a silver cooking spoon for this purpose. If you stirr and it turns black, dispose of the food immediately, and clean the pots and cooking utensils outside with the hose and bleach (and vinegar?).

busterb 08-28-2004 04:49 PM

Not bleach & vinegar at same time? I hope.

Pi 08-28-2004 05:01 PM

Bycicle Race

Elspode 08-28-2004 10:56 PM

Looks more like an S&M race result to me.

Cyber Wolf 08-29-2004 01:19 PM

Oh dear....that looks like a bad day to me.

Pi 08-30-2004 02:43 AM


Originally Posted by xoxoxoBruce
You probably should have mentioned that link is Not Safe For Work, Pi. :eyebrow:

I will never. hope you had a funny moment at work, when your boss passed and saw that pic on your screen. hihihiihi

hollyoake 08-30-2004 11:06 AM

lucky you, i work from home so i don't have ANY comforts after seeing that!!

thanks a bunch!!

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