A New Classic Thread

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Re: A New Classic Thread

Postby Harvey K-Tel » 13 Aug 2012, 19:54

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Re: A New Classic Thread

Postby Phenomenal Cat » 13 Aug 2012, 21:53



I saw this on Tosh.O. We should post videos, too. Lots of 'em.
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Re: A New Classic Thread

Postby Harvey K-Tel » 14 Aug 2012, 01:51

Oh, she's good!
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Re: A New Classic Thread

Postby Phenomenal Cat » 14 Aug 2012, 02:11

Harvey K-Tel wrote:Oh, she's good!


One of the greats.
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Re: A New Classic Thread

Postby Nolamike » 20 Aug 2012, 15:35

Wow, remember back when this thread was all the rage? :)

The board was so much better then. I wonder if Harvey K-Tel will ever return, after that flounce. :(
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Re: A New Classic Thread

Postby Harvey K-Tel » 20 Aug 2012, 21:43

Doubtful.
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Re: A New Classic Thread

Postby Phenomenal Cat » 20 Aug 2012, 22:05

Nick Cave is gay.
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Re: A New Classic Thread

Postby Bride Of Sea Of Tunes » 25 Aug 2012, 14:33

Someone post a cool recipe.

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Re: A New Classic Thread

Postby Harvey K-Tel » 27 Aug 2012, 15:05

Making Ice Cream Without A Machine

1. Prepare your ice cream mixture, then chill it over an ice bath.

2. Put a deep baking dish, or bowl made of plastic, stainless steel or something durable in the freezer, and pour your custard mixture into it.
Vanilla Ice Cream

3. After forty-five minutes, open the door and check it.

As it starts to freeze near the edges, remove it from the freezer and stir it vigorously with a spatula or whisk. Really beat it up and break up any frozen sections. Return to freezer.

4. Continue to check the mixture every 30 minutes, stirring vigorously as it’s freezing. If you have one, you can use a hand-held mixer for best results, or use a stick-blender or hand-held mixer.

But since we’re going low-tech here, you can also use just a spatula or a sturdy whisk along with some modest physical effort.

5. Keep checking periodically and stirring while it freezes (by hand or with the electric mixer) until the ice cream is frozen. It will likely take 2-3 hours to be ready.
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Re: A New Classic Thread

Postby Phenomenal Cat » 27 Aug 2012, 16:56

I remember when Baskin-Robbins had 29 flavors. In the U.K. they have flavours and they eat crisps.
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Re: A New Classic Thread

Postby Harvey K-Tel » 27 Aug 2012, 17:39

I think their crisps are made from iPhones, too, which is pretty weird.
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Re: A New Classic Thread

Postby Harvey K-Tel » 27 Aug 2012, 22:32

The giant Humpty Hump head needs a home, and can be yours for the cost of transportation:

More details:

• dimensions are 12ft high by 16 ft wide at it’s base.
• splits into 3 pieces for smaller storage or transport.
• required an 18-wheel truck to transport and a 4-man fork lift team to move.
• full dressing room inside, w/electric elevator that lifts out thru nose.
• also has metal stairs inside and nose-door opens manually as well, in case of electric failure.
• sunglasses light up and scroll circular light patterns around the rims.
• The lips and chin double as steps to walk down to stage.
• 50k to build; built by FM Productions South San Francisco.
(they also did the giant pig for Pink Floyd. lol)

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Re: A New Classic Thread

Postby souphound » 31 Aug 2012, 19:39

Harvey K-Tel wrote:What's the most un-hammer-like thing you've ever used as a hammer?



Softened butter. Results were .....mixed at best.
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Re: A New Classic Thread

Postby Sneelock » 31 Aug 2012, 19:41

Harvey K-Tel wrote:The giant Humpty Hump head needs a home, and can be yours for the cost of transportation:



the nasal cartilage appears to be intact. I suspect it's a forgery.
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