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Current Greatest Show EVER! - Pick Number One [Aug. 13th, 2003|03:52 pm]
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I watched Queer Eye for the Straight Guy on Bravo Network. In the throes of extreme back pain, the show informed me of rather logical choices, tested ideas, and threw in great comedy along with the show's goal, which is to get your average slob guy a home run date with his main squeeze.

Highly amused, I cannot wait for the next episode. 'Tis such great and mature comedy! A smashing hit, indeed!

Also, for the large majority of Straight America and the World, Bayard holds caution that all homos are not trendy.

Plus, the show's 'Fab 5' pimped an ultra-super-cool French Press, which is a reported finest, boldest coffee, according to the show. It looked easy too. Coffee, Boiled Water, in the machine, and hand-press. Very simple, very bold coffee, can this be true? I shall check it out soon.
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From: puppytron
2003-08-13 08:09 pm (UTC)
how is it possible that the Count is driving around in the daylight??? His undead muppet skin should be turned to dust!
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2003-08-13 08:52 pm (UTC)
I know . . . Maybe the Count assimilated some strange form of protection against the Vampire kryptonite.

Possibly, he could be wearing transparent Vampire-SPF sunscreen.
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[User Picture]From: icouldhavelied
2003-08-13 08:21 pm (UTC)
French Presses are indeed good. I should buy one someday soon. They're best for small amounts made at a time, if you're used to drinking like a pot a morning, stick with a coffeemaker.
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2003-08-13 08:54 pm (UTC)
For the truly divine coffee experience, it should be different from the average coffee . . .

Therefore, for such fine coffee, maybe just a couple of cups for a little extra work and cleanup would do much better than the daily 7-11 house blend, and the countless cups of cold water and Folgers.
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From: puppytron
2003-08-13 09:37 pm (UTC)
oooh! a kitty and a chickie! that's so cute!

BTW..i see you like Margaret Atwood on your interests...i'm reading Oryx and Crake right now. and i like muppets. and i'm a nerd.
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2003-08-13 10:53 pm (UTC)

Forwarded to you . . .

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puppytron wrote:

oooh! a kitty and a chickie! that's so cute!

BTW..i see you like Margaret Atwood on your interests...i'm reading Oryx and Crake right now. and i like muppets. and i'm a nerd.

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sauce1977rm wrote:

See, people like fuzzy!
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