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Title: East coast earthquake
Post by: denny on August 23, 2011, 07:37:24 PM
Supposedly a 5.8.  Anybody out there feel it?
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Post by: ethalacker on August 23, 2011, 07:38:49 PM
Where was it?  Didn't feel it here in Atlanta.
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Post by: Joe Sr. on August 23, 2011, 07:39:17 PM
Nope.  Not here in Chicago, though there are posts on the Chicago Tribune site of people who say they did.
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Post by: glastctbrew on August 23, 2011, 07:40:44 PM
I felt it in South Western Mass.  Thought I was just feeling strange till I saw my monitors and plants shaking.  Took a sec and then realized it was a quake.

The epicenter was in the traingle formed by Richmond, Fredericksburg and Charlottesville VA.
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Post by: a10t2 on August 23, 2011, 07:43:05 PM
A couple friends in DC felt it.

It happened on the same continent as a nuclear power plant, so I'm going to spend the next week explaining to every single person who has my phone number/email address/facebook page that nuc plants don't just blow up for no good reason. Again.
Title: Re: East coast earthquake
Post by: tonyp on August 23, 2011, 07:47:12 PM
I was in the middle of eating a sandwich when the room started moving, i thought i was having some kinda of stroke or flashback until i saw the stuff hanging in the window starting to move. Whole house was swaying back and forth slowly for about a minute. crazy!

I'm renaming the beer that's fermenting in the garage Earthquake IPA
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Post by: bonjour on August 23, 2011, 07:49:05 PM
I felt it.  Rochester MI, a few miles north of Detroit.
I was swaying back and forth .5-1inch (hard to tell) for a bit over 30 seconds on the 3rd floor of a hospital where I'm working.
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Post by: bluesman on August 23, 2011, 08:02:39 PM
Big Time!

I was standing while on the phone in my office at work when the floor started shaking violently. It took me a second to realize what was happening. The fire alarms were activated and we ecavuated the building. Cell phone service was log jammed for over an hour before I could contact my wife. Pretty scary situation. No one that I know here was hurt, but some buildings in Wilmington are evacuated until futher notice. Obviously internet service has been restored but was out for a while as well.

Manitude 5.8 in central Virginia about 180 miles away from here.
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Post by: hopfenundmalz on August 23, 2011, 08:03:55 PM
I was probably in the garage at that time, and didn't feel anyting happening.  Had to look up where it was - Virginia, about a 5.8 or so.
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Post by: weazletoe on August 23, 2011, 08:04:06 PM
I was in the middle of eating a sandwich when the room started moving, ......

  What kind of sandwich was it?
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Post by: dbeechum on August 23, 2011, 08:07:41 PM
5.9? Bah. that's a gentle sway. :)

Actually, I can imagine for folks not constantly aware of the lurking danger it would be pretty damn freaky.
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Post by: woadwarrior on August 23, 2011, 08:07:48 PM
I heard about it on the radio right after it happened. A lot of people were calling in and saying they had felt it and had stuff moving and shaking around them. I felt left out because I didn't feel a damn thing.
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Post by: beersk on August 23, 2011, 08:08:49 PM
I was in the middle of eating a sandwich when the room started moving, ......

  What kind of sandwich was it?
I'm hoping for smoked turkey...
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Post by: weazletoe on August 23, 2011, 08:18:50 PM
Oh Yeah! With bacon, and some sharp cheddar! Can you imagine!! Man I hope his sandwich was not harmed in the quake.
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Post by: bluesman on August 23, 2011, 08:20:03 PM
5.9? Bah. that's a gentle sway. :)

For some of us more accustomed to earth shakin' events.   ;)
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Post by: morticaixavier on August 23, 2011, 08:23:10 PM
I lived in Vermont for the first 30+ years of my life give or take a year here and there and felt probably half a dozen earth quakes in that time. I have lived in california (the bay area even) for almost 4 years now and have not felt any. pretty soon we are entering statistical weirdness zone. ( not wishing for anything, knocking on fake wood panelling)
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Post by: majorvices on August 23, 2011, 11:06:42 PM
Oh Yeah! With bacon, and some sharp cheddar! Can you imagine!! Man I hope his sandwich was not harmed in the quake.

+1. I am going to pull a pint in it's memory in either case.
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Post by: tubercle on August 23, 2011, 11:35:07 PM
It was felt in upstate SC.

 I was sitting at my desk on the second floor and felt the desk and chair tembling  for about 20 seconds. A pen laying on my desk rolled over twice. I freaked out because I had just eat a big bowl of chill beans left over from the night before and didn't know if they had went bad and I was hallucinating or what. About 10 minutes later the lovely and talented Ms. Tubercle texted me about the earthquake.
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Post by: MDixon on August 23, 2011, 11:54:00 PM
I was on the 14th floor of a building in downtown Lynchburg, VA (not that far away from Mineral). We were not sure what was going on, but no one in the office was scared, more confused than anything. Seemed to shake for half a minute with some minor shaking occurring afterwards. Glad it was not a more destructive force!
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Post by: MrNate on August 24, 2011, 12:37:36 AM
I had just parked my Jeep and shut it off when it started rocking side to side... Now the engine has a habit of dieseling on sometimes, so I think to myself maybe I broke a motor mount or something. Then I realized it wasn't running, so I thought, "Huh. Gust of wind, I guess."

Turns out, it was Armageddon. On Facebook, anyway.

Although to be fair, the one earthquake I felt when I lived out in CA was equally as impressive.
Title: Re: East coast earthquake
Post by: tonyp on August 24, 2011, 12:43:50 AM
I was in the middle of eating a sandwich when the room started moving, ......

  What kind of sandwich was it?

ham & cheese on a roll! :D
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Post by: tubercle on August 24, 2011, 12:45:16 AM
In honor of the of the great quake of 2011

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8yRdDnrB5kM
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Post by: bluesman on August 24, 2011, 12:53:00 AM
In honor of the of the great quake of 2011

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8yRdDnrB5kM

Shake, Rattle and Roll...

It was scary for a minute. It was the largest earthquake to hit the east coast in 67 years. A quake of equal measure hit New York in 1944.
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Post by: punatic on August 24, 2011, 01:23:51 AM
5.9? Bah. that's a gentle sway. :)


+1 
Yawn...

Every time Pele burps we roll.
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Post by: narvin on August 24, 2011, 01:56:52 AM
Yep... it started gradually but got the office rolling pretty good for almost a minute.  Once it went beyond the interesting stage we bolted outside pretty quickly.  That was mostly due to fear of the 80 year old brick building collapsing into the harbor, though.
Title: Re: East coast earthquake
Post by: bluesman on August 24, 2011, 02:09:57 AM
5.9? Bah. that's a gentle sway. :)


+1 
Yawn...

Every time Pele burps we roll.

She better not spill her guts...that would be  :-X

Living on the edge.  ;)
Title: Re: East coast earthquake
Post by: tygo on August 24, 2011, 02:11:42 AM
Shook my office building pretty good.  Pretty unnerving at the time but ultimately not a big deal.  While it was going on my thought was, "It better not get any worse than this or we're in trouble."
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Post by: Hokerer on August 24, 2011, 02:33:45 AM
I was in the office about 50 miles from the epicenter.  Pretty cool rocking and rolling for a while there.  Unfortunately, they didn't send everyone home like they did in DC.
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Post by: loopy on August 24, 2011, 02:35:45 AM
It's been established by the current administration that the DC Earthquake occurred on a rare and obscure fault
line.....

Apparently known as....
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Bush's Fault
Title: Re: East coast earthquake
Post by: loopy on August 24, 2011, 02:43:51 AM
5.9? Bah. that's a gentle sway. :)


+1 
Yawn...

Every time Pele burps we roll.

(http://i.imgur.com/7kDXs.jpg)
Title: Re: East coast earthquake
Post by: tygo on August 24, 2011, 02:52:20 AM
I was in the office about 50 miles from the epicenter.  Pretty cool rocking and rolling for a while there.  Unfortunately, they didn't send everyone home like they did in DC.

Tyson's Corner traffic was a mess for a couple hours afterwards as everyone used the quake as an excuse to get out early.
Title: Re: East coast earthquake
Post by: punatic on August 24, 2011, 02:55:43 AM

(http://i.imgur.com/7kDXs.jpg)

Now that's funny!

For perspective  the earthquake in Japan on 3/11/11 was magnitude 9.0
Todays east coast earthquake was magnitude 5.8

10^9 / 10^5.8 = 1584

The Japan earthquake was one thousand five hundred and eighty four times more powerful than today's east coast earthquake.

Those of you who felt today's earthquake may begin to understand the emmensity of what happened to Japan.
Now add in an unprecedented tsunami,
and an unprecedented nuclear emergency.
Title: Re: East coast earthquake
Post by: Hokerer on August 24, 2011, 03:05:29 AM
Those of you who felt today's earthquake may begin to understand the emmensity of what happened to Japan.
Now add in an unprecedented tsunami,
and an unprecedented nuclear emergency.

Well, the epicenter was only about 7 miles from the North Anna nuc plant and Lake Anna was built to cool the plant so, if it managed to cause a tsunami on the lake, we might be close to what you're talking about :)
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Post by: weazletoe on August 24, 2011, 03:49:38 AM
I was in the middle of eating a sandwich when the room started moving, ......

  What kind of sandwich was it?

ham & cheese on a roll! :D

Bavarian, Honey, or black forest? And what type of cheese? We need more details on the roll too. FWIW, aboutthat time, I was eating a strawberry fluffer-nutter, with a bottle of Kilt Lifter to wash it down.
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Post by: tonyp on August 24, 2011, 04:56:25 AM
I was in the middle of eating a sandwich when the room started moving, ......

  What kind of sandwich was it?

ham & cheese on a roll! :D

Bavarian, Honey, or black forest? And what type of cheese? We need more details on the roll too. FWIW, aboutthat time, I was eating a strawberry fluffer-nutter, with a bottle of Kilt Lifter to wash it down.

just 3 slices of regular ole french style ham (crumpled not folded), 2 slices of yellow american cheese (folded), helmann's mayo (both top & bottom) on an italian roll (untoasted but cut hinge-style, longways), served on a white plate with a plain white napkin (folded corner-to-corner) with a big hot cup (stoneware) of coffee (fresh ground costa rican!), milk & sugar, 2 tsp.

Later in the afternoon I popped open a bottle of Founder's Centennial IPA (just to keep this sorta beer-related)

:)
Title: Re: East coast earthquake
Post by: phillamb168 on August 24, 2011, 05:23:52 AM
You guys are so weird.




I mean, AMERICAN CHEESE with a ham sandwich? Where's the swiss?
Title: Re: East coast earthquake
Post by: weazletoe on August 24, 2011, 05:27:01 AM
I've been know to put American on ham. Especially a hot ham and cheese. But, I do feel ya on the swiss. either way, great sounding sandwich. I really was pulling for the smoked turkey with cheddar and bacon. It was a nice dream though.
Title: Re: East coast earthquake
Post by: phillamb168 on August 24, 2011, 05:38:50 AM
I've been know to put American on ham. Especially a hot ham and cheese. But, I do feel ya on the swiss. either way, great sounding sandwich. I really was pulling for the smoked turkey with cheddar and bacon. It was a nice dream though.

Ah, now if we're talking a BREAKFAST roll, that's entirely different. Hot ham + melty american cheese + egg? Oh yeah. Add some bacon. That's the stuff.
Title: Re: East coast earthquake
Post by: tonyp on August 24, 2011, 06:14:29 AM
I've been know to put American on ham. Especially a hot ham and cheese. But, I do feel ya on the swiss. either way, great sounding sandwich. I really was pulling for the smoked turkey with cheddar and bacon. It was a nice dream though.

Ah, now if we're talking a BREAKFAST roll, that's entirely different. Hot ham + melty american cheese + egg? Oh yeah. Add some bacon. That's the stuff.

Since i'm from jersey i'm going to have to trump that with a Porkroll Egg & Cheese with salt, pepper & ketchup on a hard roll. Porkroll is also known as Taylor Ham for those unfamiliar.
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Post by: phillamb168 on August 24, 2011, 07:44:22 AM
I've been know to put American on ham. Especially a hot ham and cheese. But, I do feel ya on the swiss. either way, great sounding sandwich. I really was pulling for the smoked turkey with cheddar and bacon. It was a nice dream though.

Ah, now if we're talking a BREAKFAST roll, that's entirely different. Hot ham + melty american cheese + egg? Oh yeah. Add some bacon. That's the stuff.

Since i'm from jersey i'm going to have to trump that with a Porkroll Egg & Cheese with salt, pepper & ketchup on a hard roll. Porkroll is also known as Taylor Ham for those unfamiliar.

I am unfortunately familiar with porkroll. The thinking man's spam.
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Post by: euge on August 24, 2011, 08:30:34 AM
Taylor Ham? Is that a brand? Anyone ever had Treet?

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Post by: bluesman on August 24, 2011, 11:12:25 AM
You guys are great!

From earthquakes to strawberry fluffernutter and porkroll. Only at the AHA.  ;D
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Post by: woadwarrior on August 24, 2011, 11:14:33 AM
Scrambled egg, american cheese, and bacon between 2 slices of french toast.
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Post by: dbarber on August 24, 2011, 01:55:40 PM
Taylor Ham? Is that a brand? Anyone ever had Treet?



Isn't treet the poor man's spam?

+1 on the pork roll, egg and chees on a hard roll.  Ate a lot of those when I lived in NJ.
Title: Re: East coast earthquake
Post by: punatic on August 24, 2011, 02:00:52 PM
Eh, you gotta problem with Spam?  Maybe you no like canned sardines or poi?
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Post by: majorvices on August 24, 2011, 02:10:48 PM
Lunch for me almost everyday is King Oscar Sardines and a V8. Love sardines. That said, I'm having a Boar's Head Peppered Ham on Domestic Swiss and spicy mustard today.
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Post by: phillamb168 on August 24, 2011, 02:43:44 PM
Tell you what, you could make Mrs. Phillamb168 very, very happy if you could send some Boar's Head Turkey Sausalito her way.
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Post by: majorvices on August 24, 2011, 02:44:40 PM
Man, that's good stuff. Let me know how I can hook you up, brotha!
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Post by: MrNate on August 24, 2011, 03:08:42 PM
I've been know to put American on ham. Especially a hot ham and cheese. But, I do feel ya on the swiss. either way, great sounding sandwich. I really was pulling for the smoked turkey with cheddar and bacon. It was a nice dream though.

Ah, now if we're talking a BREAKFAST roll, that's entirely different. Hot ham + melty american cheese + egg? Oh yeah. Add some bacon. That's the stuff.

Since i'm from jersey i'm going to have to trump that with a Porkroll Egg & Cheese with salt, pepper & ketchup on a hard roll. Porkroll is also known as Taylor Ham for those unfamiliar.

Pork roll is generally known as "pork roll" to anyone outside Jersey. "Taylor Ham" is the more unfamiliar term.

Much in the same way that "Jersey Wall" is a completely alien expression here.
Title: Re: East coast earthquake
Post by: morticaixavier on August 24, 2011, 03:15:43 PM
I've been know to put American on ham. Especially a hot ham and cheese. But, I do feel ya on the swiss. either way, great sounding sandwich. I really was pulling for the smoked turkey with cheddar and bacon. It was a nice dream though.

Ah, now if we're talking a BREAKFAST roll, that's entirely different. Hot ham + melty american cheese + egg? Oh yeah. Add some bacon. That's the stuff.

Since i'm from jersey i'm going to have to trump that with a Porkroll Egg & Cheese with salt, pepper & ketchup on a hard roll. Porkroll is also known as Taylor Ham for those unfamiliar.

Pork roll is generally known as "pork roll" to anyone outside Jersey. "Taylor Ham" is the more unfamiliar term.

Much in the same way that "Jersey Wall" is a completely alien expression here.

right they just call it a wall.

What gets me is that in canada the plastic yellow cheese is called canadian singles and in america it's called american cheese. If I were making up the language I would think that the canadians would blame it on the americans and vice versa.
Title: Re: East coast earthquake
Post by: woadwarrior on August 24, 2011, 03:23:59 PM
What is called American cheese if I remember correctly has it's origins in Europe. The only true American cheese is cottage cheese. (Personally, I like my white or yellow "plastic" squares on a sandwich.)
Title: Re: East coast earthquake
Post by: punatic on August 24, 2011, 03:36:17 PM
If you look closely at the package you will see it is labeled "Cheese Food."

It's not cheese.
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Post by: woadwarrior on August 24, 2011, 04:07:24 PM
Actually it reads "pasteurized prepared cheese product". ;) (And yet I still prefer it to swiss)
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Post by: akr71 on August 24, 2011, 04:50:51 PM
What gets me is that in canada the plastic yellow cheese is called canadian singles and in america it's called american cheese. If I were making up the language I would think that the canadians would blame it on the americans and vice versa.

We do... The only 'canadian singles' I've ever seen here are in the bars, not in any grocery store.  I have seen Kraft singles or american cheese slices.
Title: Re: East coast earthquake
Post by: morticaixavier on August 24, 2011, 05:06:31 PM
What gets me is that in canada the plastic yellow cheese is called canadian singles and in america it's called american cheese. If I were making up the language I would think that the canadians would blame it on the americans and vice versa.

We do... The only 'canadian singles' I've ever seen here are in the bars, not in any grocery store.  I have seen Kraft singles or american cheese slices.

well that's because y'all up in nova scotia are bright, kind and intelligent people.  :D

I don't remember where I heard the canadian singles thing. from a canadian though.
Title: Re: East coast earthquake
Post by: akr71 on August 24, 2011, 05:16:53 PM
What gets me is that in canada the plastic yellow cheese is called canadian singles and in america it's called american cheese. If I were making up the language I would think that the canadians would blame it on the americans and vice versa.

We do... The only 'canadian singles' I've ever seen here are in the bars, not in any grocery store.  I have seen Kraft singles or american cheese slices.

well that's because y'all up in nova scotia are bright, kind and intelligent people.  :D

I don't remember where I heard the canadian singles thing. from a canadian though.

Well then he (or she) should have their maple syrup & (canadian) bacon stipend revoked!  :D
Title: Re: East coast earthquake
Post by: majorvices on August 24, 2011, 05:18:38 PM
What is called American cheese if I remember correctly has it's origins in Europe. The only true American cheese is cottage cheese. (Personally, I like my white or yellow "plastic" squares on a sandwich.)

My kids will not eat american cheese. True story.
Title: Re: East coast earthquake
Post by: morticaixavier on August 24, 2011, 05:27:11 PM
What gets me is that in canada the plastic yellow cheese is called canadian singles and in america it's called american cheese. If I were making up the language I would think that the canadians would blame it on the americans and vice versa.

We do... The only 'canadian singles' I've ever seen here are in the bars, not in any grocery store.  I have seen Kraft singles or american cheese slices.

well that's because y'all up in nova scotia are bright, kind and intelligent people.  :D

I don't remember where I heard the canadian singles thing. from a canadian though.

Well then he (or she) should have their maple syrup & (canadian) bacon stipend revoked!  :D

a maple syrup stipend! damn! I never got that when I lived in Vermont! weren't we all part of MSPEC? (Maple Syrup Producing and Exporting Countries)
Title: Re: East coast earthquake
Post by: MrNate on August 24, 2011, 06:36:08 PM
I've been know to put American on ham. Especially a hot ham and cheese. But, I do feel ya on the swiss. either way, great sounding sandwich. I really was pulling for the smoked turkey with cheddar and bacon. It was a nice dream though.

Ah, now if we're talking a BREAKFAST roll, that's entirely different. Hot ham + melty american cheese + egg? Oh yeah. Add some bacon. That's the stuff.

Since i'm from jersey i'm going to have to trump that with a Porkroll Egg & Cheese with salt, pepper & ketchup on a hard roll. Porkroll is also known as Taylor Ham for those unfamiliar.

Pork roll is generally known as "pork roll" to anyone outside Jersey. "Taylor Ham" is the more unfamiliar term.

Much in the same way that "Jersey Wall" is a completely alien expression here.

right they just call it a wall.

What gets me is that in canada the plastic yellow cheese is called canadian singles and in america it's called american cheese. If I were making up the language I would think that the canadians would blame it on the americans and vice versa.

Is it true that in Canada they're just called geese? I know "Canadian Bacon" is just "bacon" and "bacon" is "back bacon." Breakfast sandwiches must be very confusing in Canadia.
Title: Re: East coast earthquake
Post by: weazletoe on August 24, 2011, 06:48:49 PM
You guys are great!

From earthquakes to strawberry fluffernutter and porkroll. Only at the AHA.  ;D

+1  That's what makes this place, and the dudes who hang out here so great. On a realated note, I texted the chick who bought me the to let her know I was drinking it. Apparently she never heard of a "fluffer-nutter", as she texted me back and asked if that was code for gettin some! hehehe.....

 On another off but on topic note.....
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_TfBbR6L0M
Title: Re: East coast earthquake
Post by: akr71 on August 24, 2011, 06:57:18 PM
Is it true that in Canada they're just called geese? I know "Canadian Bacon" is just "bacon" and "bacon" is "back bacon." Breakfast sandwiches must be very confusing in Canadia.

Mostly we just call it bacon like the rest of the world & canadian bacon is canadian bacon (or back bacon or peameal bacon).

Geese are just damned noisy birds that just s*** all over the place in parks.
Title: Re: East coast earthquake
Post by: Hokerer on August 24, 2011, 07:42:30 PM
Geese are just damned noisy birds that just s*** all over the place in parks.

Yep, green Tootsie Rolls everywhere
Title: Re: East coast earthquake
Post by: jeffy on August 24, 2011, 09:17:18 PM
My favorite maple syrup story was on NPR a couple years ago:
http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4571982
Title: Re: East coast earthquake
Post by: morticaixavier on August 24, 2011, 09:34:06 PM
My favorite maple syrup story was on NPR a couple years ago:
http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4571982

I remember that story it was funny! Exloding maple trees :o
Title: Re: East coast earthquake
Post by: jeffy on August 24, 2011, 10:49:56 PM
My favorite maple syrup story was on NPR a couple years ago:
http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4571982

I remember that story it was funny! Exloding maple trees :o
The best part was at the end of the story about table syrup.  It takes a lot of time to come up with a pun that elaborate.
Title: Re: East coast earthquake
Post by: weazletoe on August 25, 2011, 03:24:32 AM
Oh the humanity!!

(http://i225.photobucket.com/albums/dd235/Weazletoe/319608_2085161088422_1226994060_32242141_1495259_n.jpg)
Title: Re: East coast earthquake
Post by: punatic on August 25, 2011, 03:53:09 AM
Actually it reads "pasteurized prepared cheese product". ;) (And yet I still prefer it to swiss)

Well, these oughta get your mouth ta waterin'!

(http://aht.seriouseats.com/images/20090904-cheese.jpg)

(http://otoolefan.files.wordpress.com/2010/05/cheese-food2.jpeg)

(http://elysefranko.files.wordpress.com/2009/09/cheesefront2.jpg?w=400&h=400)
Title: Re: East coast earthquake
Post by: MrNate on August 25, 2011, 05:08:26 AM
Is it true that in Canada they're just called geese? I know "Canadian Bacon" is just "bacon" and "bacon" is "back bacon." Breakfast sandwiches must be very confusing in Canadia.

Mostly we just call it bacon like the rest of the world & canadian bacon is canadian bacon (or back bacon or peameal bacon).

Geese are just damned noisy birds that just s*** all over the place in parks.

I got that all screwed up, then. My only knowledge on the subject comes from a tiny little diner somewhere around Niagara Falls.
Title: Re: East coast earthquake
Post by: morticaixavier on August 25, 2011, 02:57:25 PM
(http://elysefranko.files.wordpress.com/2009/09/cheesefront2.jpg?w=400&h=400)

I love it it's not even just cheese product but imitation cheese product!
Title: Re: East coast earthquake
Post by: bo on August 25, 2011, 03:45:18 PM
(http://elysefranko.files.wordpress.com/2009/09/cheesefront2.jpg?w=400&h=400)

I love it it's not even just cheese product but imitation cheese product!

Sure makes a great grilled cheese sandwich.
Title: Re: East coast earthquake
Post by: weazletoe on August 25, 2011, 03:47:03 PM
At least it's pasturized.
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Post by: Mark G on August 25, 2011, 03:47:48 PM
And cholesterol free.
Title: Re: East coast earthquake
Post by: denny on August 25, 2011, 04:18:13 PM
And cholesterol free.

And flavor free.
Title: Re: East coast earthquake
Post by: morticaixavier on August 25, 2011, 04:39:09 PM
And cholesterol free.

And flavor free.

nah it has flavour. It tastes like yellow!
Title: Re: East coast earthquake
Post by: bo on August 25, 2011, 05:18:33 PM
It's plastacheese.
Title: Re: East coast earthquake
Post by: woadwarrior on August 25, 2011, 07:02:35 PM
That last one was definitely plastic cheese. I made the mistake of buying a pack of that fake crap once many years ago. used 1 slice and tossed the rest.