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15 Nov 2005, 19:45
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Is being sued...

http://www.cnn.com/2005/WORLD/asiapcf/11/15/kazakhstan.comedian.reut/index.html
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15 Nov 2005, 22:54
LOL..what did you do Titleist..looks like he was stealing too many underpants
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15 Nov 2005, 22:55
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LOL..what did you do Titleist..looks like he was stealing too many underpants

It's a good thing I disassociated myself from him.
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15 Nov 2005, 23:08
Are you sure that you had nothing to do with this?
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15 Nov 2005, 23:09
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Are you sure that you had nothing to do with this?

Speaking of which, time to change my Avatar. I think the Underpants thing is getting old.
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15 Nov 2005, 23:27
Hey man, Koreans are some of the most tenacious people on the planet! I work with six of them. GOD BLESS KIMCHEE! Going to get a bucketful as we speak....
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15 Nov 2005, 23:30
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Hey man, Koreans are some of the most tenacious people on the planet! I work with six of them. GOD BLESS KIMCHEE! Going to get a bucketful as we speak....

Have some soju as well matt...kimchee..titleist will like it..having survived indian curries
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15 Nov 2005, 23:34
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Hey man, Koreans are some of the most tenacious people on the planet! I work with six of them. GOD BLESS KIMCHEE! Going to get a bucketful as we speak....

Have some soju as well matt...kimchee..titleist will like it..having survived indian curries

Soju is not bad. Have you ever tried Jinro? It goes perfect with purukoggi and bibinbap.
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15 Nov 2005, 23:50
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Hey man, Koreans are some of the most tenacious people on the planet! I work with six of them. GOD BLESS KIMCHEE! Going to get a bucketful as we speak....

Have some soju as well matt...kimchee..titleist will like it..having survived indian curries

Soju is not bad. Have you ever tried Jinro? It goes perfect with purukoggi and bibinbap.

Being vegetarian, bibinbap is the only rescue for me, with hot-pot soft tofu
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16 Nov 2005, 02:34
Titleist, you seem crazy for Korean stuff ...open the link in my signature, a little surprise for you
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16 Nov 2005, 08:43
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Hey man, Koreans are some of the most tenacious people on the planet! I work with six of them. GOD BLESS KIMCHEE! Going to get a bucketful as we speak....

Koreans and Underpants Gnomes sometimes suffer from the same ailment - they don't know how to turn a profit - meaning they forget phase 2. Also as for my old avatar - they are many Koreans living in the great nation of Kazakhstan. As for this t-shirt avatar if you go to the website, "The Koreans" is a British rock band - oddly enough.

I'm getting hungry.
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16 Nov 2005, 08:49
duttsit wrote:
GMATT73 wrote:
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Hey man, Koreans are some of the most tenacious people on the planet! I work with six of them. GOD BLESS KIMCHEE! Going to get a bucketful as we speak....

Have some soju as well matt...kimchee..titleist will like it..having survived indian curries

Soju is not bad. Have you ever tried Jinro? It goes perfect with purukoggi and bibinbap.

Being vegetarian, bibinbap is the only rescue for me, with hot-pot soft tofu

The best is Korean Kalbee or barbequed beef on a hot coal grill. They even have a traditional dish called "yukay" where they eat raw hamburger beef mixed with a raw egg and teriyaki sauce. Sure you wont be going for this vampire food, Duttsit?
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16 Nov 2005, 09:03
GMATT73 wrote:
duttsit wrote:
GMATT73 wrote:
duttsit wrote:
GMATT73 wrote:
Hey man, Koreans are some of the most tenacious people on the planet! I work with six of them. GOD BLESS KIMCHEE! Going to get a bucketful as we speak....

Have some soju as well matt...kimchee..titleist will like it..having survived indian curries

Soju is not bad. Have you ever tried Jinro? It goes perfect with purukoggi and bibinbap.

Being vegetarian, bibinbap is the only rescue for me, with hot-pot soft tofu

The best is Korean Kalbee or barbequed beef on a hot coal grill. They even have a traditional dish called "yukay" where they eat raw hamburger beef mixed with a raw egg and teriyaki sauce. Sure you wont be going for this vampire food, Duttsit?

Everything you need to know about Korean food...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Korean_food
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16 Nov 2005, 10:36
GMATT73 wrote:
GMATT73 wrote:
duttsit wrote:
GMATT73 wrote:
duttsit wrote:
GMATT73 wrote:
Hey man, Koreans are some of the most tenacious people on the planet! I work with six of them. GOD BLESS KIMCHEE! Going to get a bucketful as we speak....

Have some soju as well matt...kimchee..titleist will like it..having survived indian curries

Soju is not bad. Have you ever tried Jinro? It goes perfect with purukoggi and bibinbap.

Being vegetarian, bibinbap is the only rescue for me, with hot-pot soft tofu

The best is Korean Kalbee or barbequed beef on a hot coal grill. They even have a traditional dish called "yukay" where they eat raw hamburger beef mixed with a raw egg and teriyaki sauce. Sure you wont be going for this vampire food, Duttsit?

Everything you need to know about Korean food...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Korean_food

Sounds like a robust version of Steak Tar Tar
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16 Nov 2005, 19:16
Titleist wrote:
GMATT73 wrote:
GMATT73 wrote:
duttsit wrote:
GMATT73 wrote:
duttsit wrote:
GMATT73 wrote:
Hey man, Koreans are some of the most tenacious people on the planet! I work with six of them. GOD BLESS KIMCHEE! Going to get a bucketful as we speak....

Have some soju as well matt...kimchee..titleist will like it..having survived indian curries

Soju is not bad. Have you ever tried Jinro? It goes perfect with purukoggi and bibinbap.

Being vegetarian, bibinbap is the only rescue for me, with hot-pot soft tofu

The best is Korean Kalbee or barbequed beef on a hot coal grill. They even have a traditional dish called "yukay" where they eat raw hamburger beef mixed with a raw egg and teriyaki sauce. Sure you wont be going for this vampire food, Duttsit?

Everything you need to know about Korean food...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Korean_food

Sounds like a robust version of Steak Tar Tar

Except the ground beef used is usually of extremely high quality and marbled for added flavor. Here is a pic just for you Titleist!

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16 Nov 2005, 20:07

http://www.biology.ucok.edu/AnimalBiology/Platyhelminthes/Taenia.html

...I never touch raw beef for this reason.
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17 Nov 2005, 05:39
Titleist wrote:

http://www.biology.ucok.edu/AnimalBiology/Platyhelminthes/Taenia.html

...I never touch raw beef for this reason.

That is why the Koreans eat raw garlic with Yukay. The pungent allicin in garlic has been scientifically proven to kill intestinal parasites.

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17 Nov 2005, 11:15
I don't know if garlic is stronger than digestive acid...these worms have a protective coating that protects them from concentrated acids.
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17 Nov 2005, 14:10
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I don't know if garlic is stronger than digestive acid...these worms have a protective coating that protects them from concentrated acids.

Are you sure you guys want to these dangerous chemical reactions inside your tummies
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17 Nov 2005, 19:57

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