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    Turkey and cheese sandwiches, grapes, strawberrys and a bottle of water. Would have added a banana to the mix but they are still part way green.

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    A bottle of Mountain Dew.

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    Quote Originally Posted by helen
    A bottle of Mountain Dew.
    Oh thank god, helen - we thought we had lost you! Welcome back to the dark (well, not really dark - more of a greenish-yellow) side.
    =Gregg, who is drinking water at his desk right now...

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    Loco Moco.

    With extra gravy.
    And darned proud of it.
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    That's my story, and I'm sticking to it.

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    Wife: Honey garlic chicken and shrimp combo, scoop mac salad, diet coke.
    Melanie: Hamburger steak, gravy on the rice, scoop mac salad, juice.
    Me: Crispy gau gee mein, 1/2 crispy roast chicken, diet rootbeer.

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    Costco run with a couple of dog, the chicken salad and a cup of Diet Coke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LikaNui
    Loco Moco.

    With extra gravy.
    And darned proud of it.
    Yeah but, from wea?

    GOTTA have extra gravy, BTW.
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    Teriyaki & pineapple chicken meatballs...
    edamame...
    *senior* diet coke

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erika Engle
    Yeah but, from wea?
    The Loco Moco was from M&W Drive In on Kam Highway in Kaneohe. Little green shack just east of Kahuhipa, mauka side of Kam.

    GOTTA have extra gravy, BTW.
    I absolutely agree.
    My doctor doesn't. But what he doesn't know won't hurt him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Erika Engle
    Yeah but, from wea?

    GOTTA have extra gravy, BTW.
    speaking of gravy... do you know what a "poutine" is ?... if not let me know ill tell u LOL

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    Yesterday, a treat. Hot udon and oyako donburi combo at Jimbo's. Perfect for a cold, wet day.

    Today, a can of Campbell's soup and some soda crackers.

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    Chicken cup of noodles and a can of Diet Pepsi. While I knew that the HCC Cafeteria is closed during the spring break, I heard that bookstore is closed too. Luckly I purchased the cup of noodles from the bookstore a couple of weeks ago and the can of soda I brought from co-workers who had a stash of soda.

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    Took Mel to the zoo this morning and got outta there just as that thunderstorm hit. Drove through Kaimuki and University areas looking for a place to eat lunch. Ended up at McCully Camellia for kalbi yakiniku for lunch. What a great idea. Hot kalbi and rice while we watched the lightning and listened for the extra loud thunder.

    On the way home, stuck in traffic, of course, Mel yells, "MOM! I have to do number 3!" Of course I'm in the far left lane and pissed a few people off making a b-line to the Pali offramp and took her to my credit union in Pauoa. Good ting dey wuzn't busy an know my face, as I ran in da doah with Mel saying, "She gottah do numbah tree, NOW!" OH, numbah tree is da runz. Dey undahstood aftah I explained it all to dem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Da Rolling Eye
    Took Mel to the zoo this morning and got outta there just as that thunderstorm hit. Drove through Kaimuki and University areas looking for a place to eat lunch. Ended up at McCully Camellia for kalbi yakiniku for lunch. What a great idea. Hot kalbi and rice while we watched the lightning and listened for the extra loud thunder.

    On the way home, stuck in traffic, of course, Mel yells, "MOM! I have to do number 3!" Of course I'm in the far left lane and pissed a few people off making a b-line to the Pali offramp and took her to my credit union in Pauoa. Good ting dey wuzn't busy an know my face, as I ran in da doah with Mel saying, "She gottah do numbah tree, NOW!" OH, numbah tree is da runz. Dey undahstood aftah I explained it all to dem.
    Oh!! Mel is your daughter! When I started reading, I thought you were hanging with our mel here at HT.

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    Chicken Katsu bento and a bottle of Mountain Dew.

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    A pasta dish from Waimea Brewery.

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    Tuna Cassorole from the HCC Cafeteria.

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    Leftover chicken and rice, and a diet coke. Oh yeah, and more goldfish crackers.

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    Today I'm having a "professional web designer" for lunch.
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    That's my story, and I'm sticking to it.

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    Port. Bean Soup from "My" Kitchen!

    Auntie Lynn
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    Philippians 4:13 --- I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LikaNui
    Today I'm having a "professional web designer" for lunch.
    Hmmm, I didn't know that they were in season. I suppose they taste better than them old style FORTRAN IV or COBOL programmers.

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    Chicken salad sandwiches made with leftover Costco roast chicken, celery, minced onion, dried cranberries and cashews mixed with mayo and some fresh lime juice on ciabatta bread from Costco. More work than I usually take to make lunch but better than nuking the frozen double cheeseburgers from McDonald's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by helen
    Hmmm, I didn't know that they were in season. I suppose they taste better than them old style FORTRAN IV or COBOL programmers.
    Ewww...I had one of those once; was caught in a "Doo" loop for two days - never again...

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    Pastrami, turkey sandwiches and Big Gulp of Mountain Dew from 7-11.

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    Loco Moco with extra gravy, from M&W Drive Inn.

    (Unless my doctor is reading this, in which case I had some raw vegetables and some fresh fruit.)
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    That's my story, and I'm sticking to it.

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