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03-07-2013, 12:44 AM
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I have actually been on a sushi diet for about the last... 20 out of 24 days? probably have had 35 meals of it in the last while. It's real healthy and delicious. Never gets old. Costing me a small fortune though
You buying it at a market? I do like sushi.

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hey bob have you been to steak and shake at paramus park yet
Oh my ****ing God. That place is so good.

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You buying it at a market? I do like sushi.
There's a lovely sushi place right by where I am. They do all take out from a small store. At first I was skeptical but one day I just walked there for lunch (which is actually when I learned they only do pick ups) and the food is actually phenomenal. Sushi is pretty lucrative and really easy to make into a pick up business considering how simple all the foods are to prepare once you get the prep in place. The food is cheap and the portions are very very generous. the sashimi there is always two big bites and the sushi is oversized. One lady actually complained about it once and asked for free food.

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There's a lovely sushi place right by where I am.
Where do you live? I'm not going to drop by one day and ask to stay on your couch. Probably not, anyways.

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There's a lovely sushi place right by where I am. They do all take out from a small store. At first I was skeptical but one day I just walked there for lunch (which is actually when I learned they only do pick ups) and the food is actually phenomenal. Sushi is pretty lucrative and really easy to make into a pick up business considering how simple all the foods are to prepare once you get the prep in place. The food is cheap and the portions are very very generous. the sashimi there is always two big bites and the sushi is oversized. One lady actually complained about it once and asked for free food.
Sounds good. I'd have to look for a place like that. Why did the lady ask for free food if it's so big though?

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Where do you live? I'm not going to drop by one day and ask to stay on your couch. Probably not, anyways.
Surrey Central. I have gained 4 levels and found 2 iron swords battling the homeless people here.

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Sounds good. I'd have to look for a place like that.
honest elderly Japanese couple that runs it along with their nephew. Always lovely to have people that are willing to work hard, work more for the same amount of money when they could just raise prices, cut down on service and portions instead.

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Just realized the error in the title. I'm not sharp today.

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Oh my ****ing God. That place is so good.
im like addicted to the frisco melt so damn good

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In honor of Senator Paul defending human rights today:

SFW's Song of the Day #16--Kenji by Fort Minor

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im like addicted to the frisco melt so damn good
It scares me knowing that there is a possibility that we have crossed paths without noticing.

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In honor of Senator Paul defending human rights today:

SFW's Song of the Day #16--Kenji by Fort Minor


really awesome song. very solid album overall.

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It scares me knowing that there is a possibility that we have crossed paths without noticing.
im usually there at pretty weird times

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Just realized the error in the title. I'm not sharp today.
I thought it was intentional.
Pretty clever.

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im usually there at pretty weird times
Next time I'm by the fountain, I'll be sure to make a wish that you'll show up.

lawl j/k. Probz go 2 f.y.e. instead.

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we probably have crossed paths. i either go to steak and shake, fye, buddys or that ****** book store upstairs.

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I actually just can't go in FYE anymore. Always end up buying something.

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I actually just can't go in FYE anymore. Always end up buying something.
i have spent a nice chunk of money there. mostly on blu rays

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Was thinking and came to the conclusion that if I was diagnosed with lung cancer I wouldn't even bother to fight it.

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What a pleasant thought.

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Was thinking and came to the conclusion that if I was diagnosed with lung cancer I wouldn't even bother to fight it.
If you die, what will I have left to come to this forum for?

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Bob Richards? He needs to be kept busy deleting spam and whatnot.

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Here's a secret that Nils might be interested in. I have actually been playing without restrictions on PS for a while now. I said before that I was initially banned then restricted (which are both true) but I got myself out of that and have been doing okay lately. I made a new FB account (still re-adding and reassessing who to add because of the personal and privacy policies I like having) and I kept this a secret because I fear people have become jealous and subconsciously hostile toward me over the years especially those who think I'm just a degen gambler who makes money undeservingly. So since I've been "unemployed", people have been nicer. It doesn't take much to tell people are taking a lot of joy in asking me "So what are you going to do now now that you can't play poker?".

I knew that only a few friends that I'm the closest to would actually care and feel bad in this situation as if they've also lost something and not just me but the amount of joy most of my friends are taking in my "unemployment" is too damn high. I can't blame them because they're frustrated with school, jobs or lack of careers and debts/finances but ya, it's nice to be able to draw a clear line down the center as to who cares and who I can stop worrying about.

The close friends that I have asks me how school is going and if I have a career set up from that while the previously hostile ones keep telling me one thing and it's become the catch phrase of this rude awakening.

"You should get a job at [insert minimum wage job]" despite the fact that I have 3/4 of a degree that will get me a job somewhere in the CJS that pays a decent ~$55,000+ a year.

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