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  1. #1
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    No I don't put the fiber stuff on it for flavoring.


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    Spam and Treat are not fit to eat.

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    Fried spam is good.
    Karst means cave. So, I search for caves.

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    If cholesterol ever becomes fashionable, you will be the talk of the town.

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    My mother, God rest her soul, grew up during the 1930's Great Depression. Being that she had 11 brothers and sisters she learned how to strech a buck on food.

    Spam was a regular staple. We also had things like beef tongue, kidneys, creamed caned salmon, liver, salted cod fish,and lots and lots of corned beef.

    I still remember her sending me to the corner market with a grocery list. "And you can get .25 cents wroth of luncheon meat for you sandwich for school tomorrow." (it taught me to shop)

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    spam spamspam spam spam spam spamspam spamspam spam spam spam spam spam spam spam spam spspam spamspam spam spam spam spam spam spam spam spam spamam spam spam spam spam spamspam spamspam spam spam spam spam spam spam spam spam spamspam spamspam spam spam spam spam spam spam spam spam spamspam spamspam spam spam spam spam spam spam spam spam spamspam spamspam spam spam spam spam spam spam spam spam spam
    if your drunk enough or hungry enough just open the can and eat.
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    Arguing with some people is like wrestling a pig - eventually you realise the pig actually enjoys it

    Gonads serve a useful purpose but are no substitute for brains

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    Drop a pig in a blender,
    Add salt and dye:
    The recipe for Spam.

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    Originally posted by bwal2
    Drop a pig in a blender,
    Add salt and dye:
    The recipe for Spam.
    You forgot the potato starch, yum...............Not.
    We've been doing so much,for so long,with so little, that now we can do almost anything, with nothing at all.

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    Is there even meat in that stuff??

    Can't say I ever had that...Are times getting rough there matt?

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    I hate to be the one to tell you this but Matt, its time to get a better paying job
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    very soon it is you that will be pwned

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    Originally posted by a\c don
    Originally posted by bwal2
    Drop a pig in a blender,
    Add salt and dye:
    The recipe for Spam.
    You forgot the potato starch, yum...............Not.
    Actually, it's Beef, Pork and Mechanically Separated Chicken. I sh!t you not.

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    It must be good to inspire this; http://www.detritus.org/sounds/real/spam-skit.ra
    Government is a disease...
    ...masquerading as its own cure…
    Ecclesiastes 10:2 NIV


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    Hey you guys!! Spam is pure pork sholder. Spam is the other white meat. What other choice for thanksgivin.
    Tracers work both ways.

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