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PostPosted: Sat Dec 17, 2005 7:20 pm 
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So, since you're on right now, I have a very important question - what did you have for lunch today? I had pizza.

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Damn! She's gone. I'll never know now.

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Maybe now!?!

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[quote author=stride link=board=faq;num=1134876021;start=0#3 date=12/17/05 at 23:48:34]Image[/quote]<br><br>Well then, you don't have to shout.

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[quote author=Isaac link=board=faq;num=1134876021;start=0#5 date=01/13/06 at 22:25:46]http://www.zappa.com/yabb/YaBB.cgi?board=faq;action=display;num=1037198418;start=0#0[/quote]Thanks, Issac! I forgot about that one completely.<br><br>--Batchain<br>

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Gail y did u cancel zappa plays zappa in glasgow <br>i was going but.... :'(


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I'm still waiting here.

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Gail, what do you make of Tendmonger's interpretation of what Frank meant when he told him to "Read it and weep" on April 17, 1981?

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Gail, what do you make of Tendmonger's interpretation of what Frank meant when he told him to "Read it and weep" on April 17, 1981?


Maybe Frank was holding a sign saying "Fuck off Gary" when he said it.


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Maybe Frank was holding a sign saying "Fuck off Gary" when he said it.


Ha ha ha ha! Good one!

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calvin2hikers wrote:
So, since you're on right now, I have a very important question - what did you have for lunch today? I had pizza.

She ever answer your fried spaghetti question?

Man, the waiting is the hardest part.

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catpuke wrote:
calvin2hikers wrote:
So, since you're on right now, I have a very important question - what did you have for lunch today? I had pizza.

She ever answer your fried spaghetti question?

Man, the waiting is the hardest part.


Never. I'll never know now. I might as well spin in a circle and toss lentils at passing Lithuanians.

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calvin2hikers wrote:
catpuke wrote:
calvin2hikers wrote:
So, since you're on right now, I have a very important question - what did you have for lunch today? I had pizza.

She ever answer your fried spaghetti question?

Man, the waiting is the hardest part.


Never. I'll never know now. I might as well spin in a circle and toss lentils at passing Lithuanians.
I don't even know what to say, man.
I'm sorry. I'm also glad I'm not a Lithuanian lentil target.

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catpuke wrote:
calvin2hikers wrote:
catpuke wrote:
calvin2hikers wrote:
So, since you're on right now, I have a very important question - what did you have for lunch today? I had pizza.

She ever answer your fried spaghetti question?

Man, the waiting is the hardest part.


Never. I'll never know now. I might as well spin in a circle and toss lentils at passing Lithuanians.
I don't even know what to say, man.
I'm sorry. I'm also glad I'm not a Lithuanian lentil target.


You could be, but the conversion takes several months and is exhausting.

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calvin2hikers wrote:
catpuke wrote:
calvin2hikers wrote:
catpuke wrote:
calvin2hikers wrote:
So, since you're on right now, I have a very important question - what did you have for lunch today? I had pizza.

She ever answer your fried spaghetti question?

Man, the waiting is the hardest part.


Never. I'll never know now. I might as well spin in a circle and toss lentils at passing Lithuanians.
I don't even know what to say, man.
I'm sorry. I'm also glad I'm not a Lithuanian lentil target.


You could be, but the conversion takes several months and is exhausting.

"The journey of a thousand miles beings with one step"-A wise man whose name escapes me now and I probably misquoted.
I'm like...trying to say....a conversation that takes months starts...like with... you know...one word...

Say, you have food on your mind. I see a food pattern here with the spaghetti and the pizza and the "what did you have for lunch, Gail" and the lentils.

Cal, if I spin in circles I vomit.

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catpuke wrote:
calvin2hikers wrote:
catpuke wrote:
calvin2hikers wrote:
catpuke wrote:
calvin2hikers wrote:
So, since you're on right now, I have a very important question - what did you have for lunch today? I had pizza.

She ever answer your fried spaghetti question?

Man, the waiting is the hardest part.


Never. I'll never know now. I might as well spin in a circle and toss lentils at passing Lithuanians.
I don't even know what to say, man.
I'm sorry. I'm also glad I'm not a Lithuanian lentil target.


You could be, but the conversion takes several months and is exhausting.

"The journey of a thousand miles beings with one step"-A wise man whose name escapes me now and I probably misquoted.
I'm like...trying to say....a conversation that takes months starts...like with... you know...one word...

Say, you have food on your mind. I see a food pattern here with the spaghetti and the pizza and the "what did you have for lunch, Gail" and the lentils.

Cal, if I spin in circles I vomit.


What about zig-zagging, or a beeline? Are those non-emesis producing activities for you?

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calvin2hikers wrote:
catpuke wrote:
calvin2hikers wrote:
catpuke wrote:
calvin2hikers wrote:
catpuke wrote:
calvin2hikers wrote:
So, since you're on right now, I have a very important question - what did you have for lunch today? I had pizza.

She ever answer your fried spaghetti question?

Man, the waiting is the hardest part.


Never. I'll never know now. I might as well spin in a circle and toss lentils at passing Lithuanians.
I don't even know what to say, man.
I'm sorry. I'm also glad I'm not a Lithuanian lentil target.


You could be, but the conversion takes several months and is exhausting.

"The journey of a thousand miles beings with one step"-A wise man whose name escapes me now and I probably misquoted.
I'm like...trying to say....a conversation that takes months starts...like with... you know...one word...

Say, you have food on your mind. I see a food pattern here with the spaghetti and the pizza and the "what did you have for lunch, Gail" and the lentils.

Cal, if I spin in circles I vomit.


What about zig-zagging, or a beeline? Are those non-emesis producing activities for you?

I don't know, Cal. Give me a minute......no. I'm OK with those two.

You could always just dream up something GZ may have had for lunch(?).
Here's your criteria: She's blonde. She was married to Frankii. She has 4 grown children. She likes animals.
She got a malformed toe that her and her husband thought enough of they name one of their children after.
Her 1st name isn't really Gail.
She speaks English.
She may or may not be right handed.

So, Cal given the above information, what might she eat for lunch?

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I don't know, Cal. Give me a minute......no. I'm OK with those two.

You could always just dream up something GZ may have had for lunch(?).
Here's your criteria: She's blonde. She was married to Frankii. She has 4 grown children. She likes animals.
She got a malformed toe that her and her husband thought enough of they name one of their children after.
Her 1st name isn't really Gail.
She speaks English.
She may or may not be right handed.

So, Cal given the above information, what might she eat for lunch?


First course - a nice salad, with dried dates, thousand island dressing, parmesan-feta croutons and fresh crisphead lettuce.

Second course - a fine Onion Soup, with Braised Beef Shanks

Main Course - chicken coq a vin, with a wheat-raspberry roll and rice pilaf.

Dessert - Gâteau Mercédès torte.

OR

Sit on couch, open peanut butter, spoon it in until all gone

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calvin2hikers wrote:
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I don't know, Cal. Give me a minute......no. I'm OK with those two.

You could always just dream up something GZ may have had for lunch(?).
Here's your criteria: She's blonde. She was married to Frankii. She has 4 grown children. She likes animals.
She got a malformed toe that her and her husband thought enough of they name one of their children after.
Her 1st name isn't really Gail.
She speaks English.
She may or may not be right handed.

So, Cal given the above information, what might she eat for lunch?


First course - a nice salad, with dried dates, thousand island dressing, parmesan-feta croutons and fresh crisphead lettuce.

Second course - a fine Onion Soup, with Braised Beef Shanks

Main Course - chicken coq a vin, with a wheat-raspberry roll and rice pilaf.

Dessert - Gâteau Mercédès torte.

OR

Sit on couch, open peanut butter, spoon it in until all gone

OK, some thought went into the 1st part but the 2nd , well, you just boosted that idea from The Real FZ Book :x .

And I've yet to know someone who goes by their middle name that likes Feta anything.

Now I need to know about what she has for lunch.
I got a hunch about dinner and breakfast but lunch, well, that's a mystery.
I have no lunch-hunch.
Guacamole'?

Oh how long must we languish not knowing??? :cry:

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catpuke wrote:
calvin2hikers wrote:
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I don't know, Cal. Give me a minute......no. I'm OK with those two.

You could always just dream up something GZ may have had for lunch(?).
Here's your criteria: She's blonde. She was married to Frankii. She has 4 grown children. She likes animals.
She got a malformed toe that her and her husband thought enough of they name one of their children after.
Her 1st name isn't really Gail.
She speaks English.
She may or may not be right handed.

So, Cal given the above information, what might she eat for lunch?


First course - a nice salad, with dried dates, thousand island dressing, parmesan-feta croutons and fresh crisphead lettuce.

Second course - a fine Onion Soup, with Braised Beef Shanks

Main Course - chicken coq a vin, with a wheat-raspberry roll and rice pilaf.

Dessert - Gâteau Mercédès torte.

OR

Sit on couch, open peanut butter, spoon it in until all gone

OK, some thought went into the 1st part but the 2nd , well, you just boosted that idea from The Real FZ Book :x .

And I've yet to know someone who goes by their middle name that likes Feta anything.

Now I need to know about what she has for lunch.
I got a hunch about dinner and breakfast but lunch, well, that's a mystery.
I have no lunch-hunch.
Guacamole'?

Oh how long must we languish not knowing??? :cry:


O, but I shalnt not gaze upon an answer for that what is posited!

It would be so easy....I mean, the kids are out of the house, it's not like she roams the vault 20 hours a day. "Hey, Calvin and Catpuke, this is what I was eating for lunch today". Then we could go on to other pursuits, such as skpping to my Lou and studying the Bessemer technique.

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calvin2hikers wrote:
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I don't know, Cal. Give me a minute......no. I'm OK with those two.

You could always just dream up something GZ may have had for lunch(?).
Here's your criteria: She's blonde. She was married to Frankii. She has 4 grown children. She likes animals.
She got a malformed toe that her and her husband thought enough of they name one of their children after.
Her 1st name isn't really Gail.
She speaks English.
She may or may not be right handed.

So, Cal given the above information, what might she eat for lunch?


First course - a nice salad, with dried dates, thousand island dressing, parmesan-feta croutons and fresh crisphead lettuce.

Second course - a fine Onion Soup, with Braised Beef Shanks

Main Course - chicken coq a vin, with a wheat-raspberry roll and rice pilaf.

Dessert - Gâteau Mercédès torte.

OR

Sit on couch, open peanut butter, spoon it in until all gone

OK, some thought went into the 1st part but the 2nd , well, you just boosted that idea from The Real FZ Book :x .

And I've yet to know someone who goes by their middle name that likes Feta anything.

Now I need to know about what she has for lunch.
I got a hunch about dinner and breakfast but lunch, well, that's a mystery.
I have no lunch-hunch.
Guacamole'?

Oh how long must we languish not knowing??? :cry:


O, but I shalnt not gaze upon an answer for that what is posited!

It would be so easy....I mean, the kids are out of the house, it's not like she roams the vault 20 hours a day. "Hey, Calvin and Catpuke, this is what I was eating for lunch today". Then we could go on to other pursuits, such as skipping to my Lou and studying the Bessemer technique.

I know. I've put off elective surgery until I find out.
ELECTIVE SURGERY, CAL!!
I hope Gail can live with herself knowing that.

Hey, I fixed your one typo up there-the word 'skipping' was missing and "I".

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I know. I've put off elective surgery until I find out.
ELECTIVE SURGERY, CAL!!
I hope Gail can live with herself knowing that.

Hey, I fixed your one typo up there-the word 'skipping' was missing and "I".


Thank you....this whole thing just upsets me so bad, I misspell. It's that bad!

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