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  1. Anyone remember a music group called The Nebulas (late 60's/early 70's)?

    http://s.pixogs.com/image/R-5120594-1385053911-5567.jpeg

    It seems the board has shifted around a bit, but I haven't been roaming around here either but I'll give this one a chance.

    I do not...
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    Re: What are you currently reading?

    I'm reading And Party Every Day: The Inside Story Of Casablanca Records by Larry Harris.
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    Re: Old Times Supermarket ad, 1968

    That's odd, it was there when I upped it and an hour later.

    I'll try it again.
    http://i53.tinypic.com/op0bxz.jpg
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    Old Times Supermarket ad, 1968

    I found this today in one of my mom's old recipe books. She has always gathered cookbooks for when she made stuff for us growing up, and in recent years she has kept to her "favorite dishes", so no...
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    Re: What are you currently reading?

    I just finished reading Breakfast In Bridgetown, a guide book about great places to eat breakfast in Portland, Oregon
    http://www.breakfastinbridgetown.com

    The author is about to release a 2nd...
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    Re: Polynesian meatloaf?

    The crackers are a nice touch. I'd try this.
  7. Re: 9th Avenue Bakery (Kaimuki): tea cake, anyone?

    Mahalo, lihingmui. I remember my sister once writing to Betty Shimabukuro about it, and not sure if this was the recipe but it wasn't quite how she remembered it. However, I'll take a look and try...
  8. Re: 9th Avenue Bakery (Kaimuki): tea cake, anyone?

    A year later, and still no leads. I'm upping this one, someone must have a recipe or at least be familiar with this.
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    Re: The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien

    I think Conan is great, and he has been digging deeper into the mind of himself. :eek:
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    Re: a new (to me) type of 'beach pervert'

    With those small handheld Flip cameras and whatnot that can record 30 to 60 minutes of footage without anyone really knowing it, I'm sure there's a YouTube channel that has anything and everything,...
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    Re: Buffalo Boys Hoagies?

    Here in parts of the Pacific Northwest, there's a great place called Bruchi's that makes a great Philly cheese sandwich, and this looks similar.
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    Re: Hawaiian Cultural Festival in Seattle

    Bumbershoot is happening that weekend too... WOO!!! :eek::D
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    Re: MJ mural at Kokua Natural Foods Market?

    My guess is that if they were free to show themselves, they may know the guy who runs the business/owns the building, thus it would be a "legal piece". Although that might get them in trouble for...
  14. 1982 newspaper bumper sticker found in storage

    I used to have a scrapbook as a kid, keeping things like a bag of 98 Rock potato chips made by Yick Lung (the bag of which is somewhere, sans chips) and whatnot. The scrapbook was moldy and all had...
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    Re: The Joe Moore Clone

    Anyone have a screenshot?
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    Re: How's this for a sandwich that utilizes Spam

    http://shtv.forum.lg1x8.simplecdn.net/forums/images/smilies/new/puke.gif :eek:
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    Re: How's this for a sandwich that utilizes Spam

    Is your version of Spam different from the well-known pork shoulder blend? ;):D
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    Re: How's this for a sandwich that utilizes Spam

    I saw the menu and was like "ooh" but if it's of quality, it would be worth it.
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    Re: How's this for a sandwich that utilizes Spam

    The teriyaki takes it over the top too. But yeah, a mini Cooper would be nice.

    I've never heard of Burgers On The Edge before. I just placed a link to it in my food blog. Normally if I have to...
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    Re: How's this for a sandwich that utilizes Spam

    Found some photos of it:

    http://img230.imageshack.us/img230/1396/352667627730ae29d8c3.jpg
    http://img230.imageshack.us/img230/7232/35266762651903579654.jpg
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    Re: Add some mayo and...

    There you go. :D

    Portland is only about 4 hours away, so if I make it down there before the end of summer, I'll have to consider it.
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    How's this for a sandwich that utilizes Spam

    Apparently a lot of people in Portland, Oregon love foot carts and lunch wagons, to the point where they're calling it "food cart culture". I was looking at an article somewhere, which lead me to...
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    Re: Brett Michaels

    the former
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    Re: Brett Michaels

    http://www.mtv.com/shared/promoimages/bands/m/michaels_bret/tony_injuries_06112009/281x211.jpg

    Bret (one "t") comes off a bit foolish, but it's added attention towards his great (pfftt) show.
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    Re: Mainland friend won't 'fit in' here?

    I'm going to be very blunt and honest. When I still lived there, I came across many people who were exactly like your friend. Whenever I go back home, I still find people who are like that. If I...
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