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PostPosted: Wed Mar 22, 2006 7:36 pm
by Maxlord
DarkShive wrote:* note: Dan may or may not have any clue as to what it means to be kosher

* Homestar Runner definitely does not have a Stupid Uncle Egg.

Just reminded me of it.

PostPosted: Wed Mar 22, 2006 8:42 pm
by Deiwos
Oh, I should probably mention that I siggyed that. Although I have no idea why, but I guess I always tell people when I'm quoting them.

PostPosted: Wed Mar 22, 2006 11:20 pm
by Grim Atescu
xyzzy_n wrote:P. S. Hot dogs and cheese by themselves can be kosher (though they usually are not), but together, they are not kosher under almost all circumstances. (Or so I understand after briefly googling. Ymmv.)


We have family friends who are Jewish, and it's not kosher to have meat and dairy in the same meal. So... either normal kosher hot dogs and non-dairy kosher cheese, or real kosher cheese and kosher soy hot dogs. Makes it... interesting, to say the least.

PostPosted: Thu Mar 23, 2006 8:26 am
by Demonic Duck
DarkShive wrote:Unless the code makes the site look horrid in a browser, I consider it as kosher as a hot dog with cheese!

One for the extended profile, methinks ^.^

PostPosted: Wed Mar 29, 2006 11:09 am
by Pennergy
DarkShive wrote:If book 5 was the worst, I'm in for a treat reading the rest, because I loved book 5 ^_^

Oh, and for those who tried to visit earlier but couldn't, I accidently left these forums in "hidden" mode for 25 minutes after the site went live ^^;


It was good, yes, but others are better. Book 5 = angst. Book 6 = fan service. I'd recommend starting from the beginning...or if not, at least book 3 or 4.

Of course, this is just my personal opinion. Also, I know I'm commenting on this 10 days after it was posted, but, you know, just on the off-chance you happen to see it...

Oh, and HomerNet? POSSIBLE SPOILER WARNING:
Call me crazy, but I still think Snape is a good guy. I think Dumbledore wanted Snape to do what he did for some unknown reason. Seems to me like Dumbledore's too bright to really trust somebody that much if they were totally untrustworthy...but this is probably not the place for this discussion!

PostPosted: Sun Apr 02, 2006 2:57 pm
by Blue_Cherry
Pennergy wrote:Oh, and HomerNet? POSSIBLE SPOILER WARNING:
Call me crazy, but I still think Snape is a good guy. I think Dumbledore wanted Snape to do what he did for some unknown reason. Seems to me like Dumbledore's too bright to really trust somebody that much if they were totally untrustworthy...but this is probably not the place for this discussion!


Probably true:

My Response wrote:Dumbledore's always right!! He wouldn't trust anyone, right? He saw through Voldemort when he was young, so, won't he do the same with any other guy?