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Old 03-25-09, 12:36 PM
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I feel like I got the **** beat out of me.
that's what you get when you go to patterson to buy your PEDs.
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that's what you get when you go to patterson to buy your PEDs.
Last time I heard that as a geographic reference I was tailgaiting before a giants game with some guys from Queens. After much consumption, the scariest guy of the crew said to me, "eff' tha game, let's go ta patuhhhsun and get some hookkuhhs."

I nearly jumped over the turnstyle to get into the stadium.
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Post ride peanut butter almost makes big ring hill repeats enjoyable.
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there used to be a crit there. don't know if it's still happening.
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On the spin down back some old guy tried to drive us off the road. My teammate had a fist fight with the guy's car. Not too smart, but a great wheel in a sprint.
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I totally have to take a crap.
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Paterson has one 't'.

Make a note of it you Commie.
a greeka calling me a commie. that's rich.
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I totally have to take a crap.
Compelling.



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that's what you get when you go to patterson to buy your PEDs.
where that at?
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where that at?
you're late. again.
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I'd pay someone $10 to go get me a can of olives.
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I'd pay someone $10 to go get me a can of olives.
Good olives come in jars.
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Good olives come in jars.
REALLY good olives come in neither cans or jars. Sometimes I get them in "baggies" and sometimes in Styrofoam cups with lids. It all depends on the vendor and quantity.

To be fair, though, "jar" olives are usually way better than "can" olives.
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Originally Posted by mollusk View Post
REALLY good olives are soaked in alcohol.
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Originally Posted by calRider View Post
fixed.
Soaked in vermouth is good. Then you can dispense with one step in the martini preparation.
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Dirty gin martini?
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Dirty gin martini?
This is only acceptable if you have less than one drop of vermouth. In that case it is good to go.
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This is only acceptable if you have less than one drop of vermouth. In that case it is good to go.
Actually, I just hold the vermouth bottle up and show it the glass...that's enough for me.
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Originally Posted by calRider View Post
Actually, I just hold the vermouth bottle up and show it the glass...that's enough for me.
I like your style.

Of course drinking straight gin is much too coarse. Only drunkards do that. It does need to have at least a hint of vermouth.
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Great, thanks a lot guys. Now I have to go to the liquor store.
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Originally Posted by mollusk View Post
I like your style.

Of course drinking straight gin is much too coarse. Only drunkards do that. It does need to have at least a hint of vermouth.
yeah, like rinse the inside of the glass with vermouth, then pour it out. just waving the vermouth bottle over the glass is classy but not quite enough for me... (finally, a topic in bike racing that i'm an expert at )
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