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Old 12-16-2010, 03:11 PM
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Me? I'll take Mint Chocolate Chip...thank you.
not that it matters... but my personal favorite too....
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not that it matters... but my personal favorite too....
There was a restaurant in Ridgewood, NJ with an Indian chef who created a home made mint chip ice cream with real mint (I think he used the Japanese variant)....... Best I ever tasted.

Sadly the restaurant had very little else going for it and closed about a year ago.....but man oh man, that ice cream was the best!!!
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that was some of the best reading I've found here...learned a lot and I didn't fall asleep reading it I didnt see one ounce of bitterness there.humorous and factual isn't it!!!???!!!
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There was a restaurant in Ridgewood, NJ with an Indian chef who created a home made mint chip ice cream with real mint (I think he used the Japanese variant)....... Best I ever tasted.

Sadly the restaurant had very little else going for it and closed about a year ago.....but man oh man, that ice cream was the best!!!
I'm a Stewarts guy... can't seem to drive by one without stopping for a cone.....
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Old 12-16-2010, 03:29 PM
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I'm a Stewarts guy... can't seem to drive by one without stopping for a cone.....
I'll try it....I limit myself to one ice cream per month...my addiction reached almost a gallon a day on Football sundays at one time, but my cholesterol levels can't take that anymore.

Those were the days prowling the streets at night...begging each passerby..."Hey Buddy can you spare a cone?"
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I had an Irish Setter in the 70's that stalked the local Dairy Bell (small town Dairy Queen) waiting to liberate an unsuspecting child of their vanilla cone (chocolate soft serve, it would seem, had not yet been invented).
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PS, V's are better than cat's in rough water.

1984 Don Aronow splits a 28 Cigarette lengthwise joins the halves with a tunnel and makes the second worst cat of all time. (Later he split a 39 footer and makes the worst.)

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the point I was trying to make was, most of these frivolous Law Suits are brought on by boat operators that are ignorant in the limitations of the boat they are operating, or just plain reckless operation of a 6000 or 7000 pound boat, traveling at 100 MPH.

Plenty of good quality builders have been put out of business by Judge and Juries that have ruled “Boat flipped bad design, pay a zillion dollars”.

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I've got a better idea, write a script. I'm getting a little tired of the offshore race coverage "formula" anyway.

An offshore "biography" type show would take a lot more effort to produce, but it would help build the fan base by explaining the background of the sport. "Todays racers are standing on the shoulders of giants"...that kind of thing. Let's do this before guys like T2x lose their memory from years of hard landings and two stroke fumes!

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I can't take the west coast cat's seriously. It's a "California thing" I guess. Pretty graphics and not much else.... except rave reviews in Powerboat.

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Maybe young Reggie Part 3 could get dad to chime in here. Should have some time on his hands if he resigned.
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that was some of the best reading I've found here...learned a lot and I didn't fall asleep reading it I didnt see one ounce of bitterness there.humorous and factual isn't it!!!???!!!
I've enjoyed the history lessons here from all the "old farts". Bitter or not thanks for posting

6000 views what would you guys do without all this excitement

Funny, had this for lunch today as well..looks like a nice color scheme for an MTI .

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Bitter ?

Nope!

I think the statment in the avitar sums it up
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