Discussion in 'Off-Topic Forum' started by dj_stick, Dec 12, 2004.
What can I say? I come from humble beginnings.
I thought it would be more. Good to know!
I don't have anywhere near enough firewood....
apparently one person has enough iron for a 3inch nail. It's quite a decent amount
So you could make a few nails out of a few people and load em into a nail gun, that or build a dog house, whichever suits your fancy.
Something i recorded roughly 5 months ago...
Nice camera work.
I hear that tonight is Hanukkah, so best wishes to everyone celebrating.
Spent Christmas eve cutting/hauling/splitting/stacking firewood....
I just started watching Gotham and I have to say I like it very much, I didn't know that it would actually be this good.
That's the last time I have diablo hot sauce at Taco Time, my ass is on FIRE, been to the bathroom three times already and all I can say is I now see why they put the devil's name on that stuff.
More info than we need...
A few people that eat quite hot stuff say that usually they can take even the hottest sauces just fine (in reasonable doses) as long as they are simply hot and not also acidic. If the latter is the case, they experience the same problems you're having.
I used to eat very hot food all the time, my mom's cooking, I was used to it back then.
The original software patch:
In all honesty, specially if you have a history of enjoying and having hot spicy foods.... I very much doubt that it's the hot stuff you consumed and knowing what taco time put's in their shitty tacos... it's likely the food itself outside of the spice/sauce used that caused it.
I can eat some pretty damn hot stuff, and short of heartburn... causes me no issues... but then out of the blue, some places will seem to cause some pretty nasty stuff and almost everyone automatically assumes it's due to the spicey food.... when in reality it's just the food regardless of it being spicy (specially when it's fast food).
Someone made a nice snowman in my neighborhood (taken last night). It's pretty tall too.
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