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Postby tumpsi » Wed Apr 30, 2008 12:38 am

Yes, some people (mainly 40+ aged) eat that thing called lyefish. Haven't got
a chance to taste it myself. That really doesn't bother me much :D

Pulla means a cinnamon baked roll (<- rough translation), and it isn't bread.
It's pastry.

I'm not a big fan of sauna, but I do go there evry now and then to relax my
muscles after big training sessions or tournaments.
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Postby mothrows » Wed Apr 30, 2008 3:55 am

The food discussion is waaay more interesting to me than the politics. Obviously the place we grew up has a big influence on our political views, so the "I'm right, you're wrong" from both sides can only go so far, without becoming redundant and boring. Tell me more about the food!
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Postby JR » Wed Apr 30, 2008 6:28 am

tumpsi wrote:Yes, some people (mainly 40+ aged) eat that thing called lyefish. Haven't got
a chance to taste it myself. That really doesn't bother me much :D

Pulla means a cinnamon baked roll (<- rough translation), and it isn't bread.
It's pastry.

I'm not a big fan of sauna, but I do go there evry now and then to relax my
muscles after big training sessions or tournaments.


Heretic! Sauna thang.

Not agreeing on pulla translation. A bun it is. Pitko is a roll. Trust me on this. I've handled both more than you'll probably ever will.
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Postby JR » Wed Apr 30, 2008 6:36 am

mothrows wrote:The food discussion is waaay more interesting to me than the politics. Obviously the place we grew up has a big influence on our political views, so the "I'm right, you're wrong" from both sides can only go so far, without becoming redundant and boring. Tell me more about the food!


Tell me about it! i mean I've just about had my limit of giving facts that go answered not. More flag waving doesn't help because the more uncomfortable facts arise the faster you have to wave and at some point your arm falls off which is bad for discing :-) Flag waving instead of contemplation... I've tried to give a heads up for pot smokers too about a thing that doesn't always work fine. So hopefully nobody accuses me of not trying to help. I really think that responding would be feeding trolls now. So I'll much prefer to concentrate on food. Mmm... food... -Homer Simpson.

I've heard the term regurgitation along with brain washing when confronted by facts not supported by current world view...

I just hope people everywhere would recognize propaganda for what it is and get the real facts. And use those to decide not where you came up. What does it matter if you're swimming upstream in your country? If you're right? You can try to help others see. Forcing people to obey doesn't work long term with the diverse methods used so far. Been uncomfortably close though.
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Postby mgoofy24 » Wed Apr 30, 2008 9:02 am

Hmm, interesting. My grandma makes Pulla in a braided bread type fashion. I can see how it could be a bun though. I like putting butter and cloudberry jam on it :)
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Postby Jesse B 707 » Thu May 01, 2008 5:34 pm

i like the direction this thread is taking :)
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Postby JR » Thu May 01, 2008 11:40 pm

mgoofy24 wrote:Hmm, interesting. My grandma makes Pulla in a braided bread type fashion. I can see how it could be a bun though. I like putting butter and cloudberry jam on it :)


Raspberry and strawberry jams work too. By braided I think you mean it takes about thumb diameter dough lines that are tied together like some do hair. Resulting in a long pastry. That's pitko in Finnish. A bun=pulla is round at the base and domey on top. Fits into palm.
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Postby JR » Thu May 01, 2008 11:40 pm

Jesse B 707 wrote:i like the direction this thread is taking :)


Definite improvement if you ask me.
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Re: lets get ready to rumble!!

Postby Triplebogey » Sat May 10, 2008 5:48 pm

starter topics:
who should be president? Ted Nugent
gays should be alowed to marry? Yes, but they can't make out in public Eeeeww!!
smoking weed on the course is A OK? Hell yeah!!! it shouldn't be illegal
midrange discs over rated? No, I love my Cro. Does what i want it to.
organized religion is B.S.? It's the biggest load of B.S. ever told. Should be outlawed
should we still be in Iraq? Yes, Islamic theocracy needs to be defeated
was 911 an inside job? Only if you wear a tin-foil hat
is abortion OK? yes, I see plenty of people who should've been aborted every day.
are cops in general a bunch of dickmouths? Yes, and law enforcement in this country is a shakedown-scam

or whatever floats your boat.... It should be legal for women to walk around naked if they want.
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Postby domromer » Thu May 22, 2008 12:43 pm

Who should be president? Obama

Gays should be allowed to marry? Yes

Smoking weed on the course is A Ok? It annoys me but who am I to say no?

Midrange disc are underrated? Nope. Yes!!! Drivers get all the hype. Yet most people can't drive worth shit!

Organized religion BS? I think so.

Should we still be in Iraq? Nope, we shouldn't be occupying a country to control there oil.

Was 911 an inside job? Wouldn't surprise me.

Is abortion OK? Yep

Are cops in general a bunch of dick mouths? There is good and bad, there just people who do a hard job, would you wanna get shot at for 15$ an hour?

Discraft or Innova? Innova/Gateway

Light Beer vs. Normal? Fosters

50ft approach with water 5ft behind basket, go for it or layup? Layup
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Postby Timko » Thu May 22, 2008 1:37 pm

domromer wrote:50ft approach with water 5ft behind basket, go for it or layup? Layup


Poorly designed hole. Water needs to be 15 feet behind basket, to give you the option of going for it.
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Postby nickster9224 » Thu May 22, 2008 7:20 pm

Furthur wrote:
domromer wrote:50ft approach with water 5ft behind basket, go for it or layup? Layup


Poorly designed hole. Water needs to be 15 feet behind basket, to give you the option of going for it.


found that out yesterday, layup because the water wins. it always wins
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Postby jmammo » Thu May 22, 2008 7:43 pm

True Nick. Taking a swim at West Park is never a good thing.
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Postby nickster9224 » Thu May 22, 2008 8:35 pm

jmammo wrote:True Nick. Taking a swim at West Park is never a good thing.


no it was at haines. water like 5 ft behind the pin, never got the disc out, it was only an aviar, i got like 8 of those.
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