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A soft place to lean back and share breakfast with the world.
(it's always breakfast time somewhere on the planet)
Inspired by Gail, who said she wanted a cosmopolitan breakfast every morning, and sponsored by Linen Depot.

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Not sponsored, really. I mean, you won't get paid for joining this discussion. They just donated the cushions, so we don't have to sit on folding chairs.
Now, if i sit there, i can't get up no more
a soft place. Now that is what we all need...
Finally ! a visitor ! i sat down and as i said... i can't get up !!! help me up...please !!
I think it's okay to just put down roots, eh?

oh yea...the quiet room in the house... close the door and listen to the sound of silence...
wow this seems like a way friendly place lol but I cant find my teeth and no one wants to chew my moose steak for me lol
Use these. They're moose teeth, so they should be just what you need.

Alfanso must be rolling in laughter and kissing (oh no, there's that word again...) his teeth...TB...Alfanso was my life companion who died of a heart attack at the age of 45 a year and a half ago and who dreamed of eating moose meat since he arrived to Canada from Jamaica...yes he was black...black as coal...with long dreads and total rasta and a trail of long pre-conceived judgements behind him...what we learned to live with... he had wanted to taste the moose meat...and i told Medwolf about it and since then, it,s been an inside between him and i... as for the sharpening of the pens and meat Rod and I were very excited about the novel writing and sharing these things...my guess is that it was misinterpreted like so many gets misinterpreted and taken out of context... what can i do ? nothing...
He died without getting to eat a moose? What a shame. For him, I mean. Lucky break for the moose, I guess. And of a heart attack. Is moose meat lower in cholesterol, like bison? Maybe that would have saved him.
It reminds me of Farley Mowat's "Never Cry Wolf," in which everybody seemed to be eating nothing but caribou. Hunters, eskimos, their dogs, the wolves -- everybody was on a strict caribou diet. No salad or vegetable. Except for Mowat himself, who ate mice cooked in antifreeze.
And it reminds me of a film I saw in Princeton, made by a couple of happy campers during their canoe trip to Hudson Bay. Lots of caribou shown there. But the campers said they didn't eat any of them. They found them too beautiful to eat, even when their supplies ran low and they were worried about starving.
Personally, I've never had a craving for moose meat. Now, Jamaican curried goat, that's a different story. I'll travel a long way for a plate of curried goat with rice 'n peas. And where I live I have to travel a long way to do that, or to dance to a reggae or soca band.

well folks I did find my teeth lol I had forgotten I drilled a hole in them and hung them in my old hunting truck lol
hmmm funny this place died with the locating of my teeth lmao

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