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Had a Danny Roll last night...I am STILL full!

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Danny Roll..Didn't he used to play for the Rams?

I saw an interesting new type of sushi the other night. It was on Bobby Flay's show on Food Network. He visited a kobe beef ranch in Texas and a sushi chef who carves thin slices of kobe beef as sushi, sashimi style. He also had another dish that featured thin strips of kobe beef that you cook at your table on a hot rock. Interesting.

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We saw him last Friday... I meant to say something... because Hyakumi had just ordered a good amount of Bluefin tuna... AND, I have to tell you... it was the best TORO I ever had.

Danny is such a cool guy.

Our normal mainstay -- Chiba -- well, to put it NICELY, the head chef Shig seems to have a thing against Marie and I. Or maybe we're just imagining things... he's just not that nice (but seems nice to others).

Danny, James, and crew are a pleasure... and Hyakumi has now become our sushi joint of choice.

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>I saw an interesting new type of sushi the other night. It was
>on Bobby Flay's show on Food Network. He visited a kobe beef
>ranch in Texas and a sushi chef who carves thin slices of kobe
>beef as sushi, sashimi style. He also had another dish that
>featured thin strips of kobe beef that you cook at your table
>on a hot rock. Interesting.

Something about "steak sushi" that just sounds a bit nasty... like going out, shooting the steer, taking the knife, and eating tasty morsels.

Guess we humans had to do that once upon a time...

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>Danny Roll..Didn't he used to play for the Rams?
>
>I saw an interesting new type of sushi the other night. It was
>on Bobby Flay's show on Food Network. He visited a kobe beef
>ranch in Texas and a sushi chef who carves thin slices of kobe
>beef as sushi, sashimi style. He also had another dish that
>featured thin strips of kobe beef that you cook at your table
>on a hot rock. Interesting.

The problem with kobe beef is that you have to be making the salary of Kobe Bryant to afford it...

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>We saw him last Friday... I meant to say something... because
>Hyakumi had just ordered a good amount of Bluefin tuna... AND,
>I have to tell you... it was the best TORO I ever had.
>
>Danny is such a cool guy.
>
>Our normal mainstay -- Chiba -- well, to put it NICELY, the
>head chef Shig seems to have a thing against Marie and I. Or
>maybe we're just imagining things... he's just not that nice
>(but seems nice to others).
>
>Danny, James, and crew are a pleasure... and Hyakumi has now
>become our sushi joint of choice.

Yea, I hear that..we have a place we used to go to called Selfish Sushi..decent food really..but the sushi chef also didn't seem to like us. Sometimes you would ask him to just make up a roll and rather than enjoy doing that, he would come up with a fried rice ball or something stupid. We finally quit going there and Hyakumi is also now "our" sushi place. We should plan on meeting up sometime..usually, Wednesday night is our "date night" and that is where we often end up.

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10/10/03, 9:00am
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Lol, right. They said a whole side of Kobe beef is like $5k!

I agree with Rob, kobe sushi just sounds a little too carnivor-like to me

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Isn't there a sushi place in N. Hollywood or Studio City where the chef is like the Soup Nazi guy on Seinfeld? I heard if you order a California roll, he goes nuts and asks you to leave.

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>Lol, right. They said a whole side of Kobe beef is like $5k!
>
>I agree with Rob, kobe sushi just sounds a little too
>carnivor-like to me

I dunno..Steak Tar-tar...I would try it once. I mean, I have tried raw fish that looks like snot(oysters) so why not try some raw beef?

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10/11/03, 5:29am
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>Isn't there a sushi place in N. Hollywood or Studio City where
>the chef is like the Soup Nazi guy on Seinfeld? I heard if you
>order a California roll, he goes nuts and asks you to leave.

Heh..good for him! (I think the California Roll should be taken out of the state..by Davis!)

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10/11/03, 9:17am
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>I dunno..Steak Tar-tar...I would try it once. I mean, I have
>tried raw fish that looks like snot(oysters) so why not try
>some raw beef?

No way Jose would I eat raw steak! And speaking of oysters. They had a special of eat a dozen raw on the half shell get the second dozen half price. We watched these two guys sit down and each woof down TWENTY FOUR of them.

My friend mumbled.....Well somebody is gonna be lucky tonight.

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10/11/03, 9:18am
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>>Isn't there a sushi place in N. Hollywood or Studio City
>where
>>the chef is like the Soup Nazi guy on Seinfeld? I heard if
>you
>>order a California roll, he goes nuts and asks you to leave.
>
>Heh..good for him! (I think the California Roll should be
>taken out of the state..by Davis!)

But but...what would I eat when I'm forced into one of those aweful places?

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10/11/03, 10:27am
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>>Isn't there a sushi place in N. Hollywood or Studio City
>where
>>the chef is like the Soup Nazi guy on Seinfeld? I heard if
>you
>>order a California roll, he goes nuts and asks you to leave.
>
>Heh..good for him! (I think the California Roll should be
>taken out of the state..by Davis!)

Lol!!!

Hey, I like Cal. Rolls!

-Larry

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10/11/03, 11:55am
I love raw oysters but rarely/never eat them anymore as I just don't want to take that risk.

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10/11/03, 6:32pm
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Dave loves oysters....he is always making stew and they are back in season. I think they are icky.

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>>I dunno..Steak Tar-tar...I would try it once. I mean, I have
>>tried raw fish that looks like snot(oysters) so why not try
>>some raw beef?
>
>No way Jose would I eat raw steak! And speaking of oysters.
>They had a special of eat a dozen raw on the half shell get
>the second dozen half price. We watched these two guys sit
>down and each woof down TWENTY FOUR of them.
>
>My friend mumbled.....Well somebody is gonna be lucky tonight.
>

I would take that deal in a heartbeat! I LOVE oysters!

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>>>Isn't there a sushi place in N. Hollywood or Studio City
>>where
>>>the chef is like the Soup Nazi guy on Seinfeld? I heard if
>>you
>>>order a California roll, he goes nuts and asks you to
>leave.
>>
>>Heh..good for him! (I think the California Roll should be
>>taken out of the state..by Davis!)
>
>But but...what would I eat when I'm forced into one of those
>aweful places?

Ask the sushi chef for a hot dog..really, they like it when you do that.....

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>>>Isn't there a sushi place in N. Hollywood or Studio City
>>where
>>>the chef is like the Soup Nazi guy on Seinfeld? I heard if
>>you
>>>order a California roll, he goes nuts and asks you to
>leave.
>>
>>Heh..good for him! (I think the California Roll should be
>>taken out of the state..by Davis!)
>
>Lol!!!
>
>Hey, I like Cal. Rolls!
>
>-Larry

You and Murph need to go to the same sushi bar..there is a nice one down the street here called Micky Donalds.

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>I love raw oysters but rarely/never eat them anymore as I just
>don't want to take that risk.

Getting out of bed in the morning is a risk...


..."order of fugu, please"

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>I love raw oysters but rarely/never eat them anymore as I just
>don't want to take that risk.

And what risk might that be she asks with a grin?

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>Dave loves oysters....he is always making stew and they are
>back in season. I think they are icky.

Trust me...watching 48 of those slimmy things being eaten no more than 3 feet from me was nauseating!!!

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>I would take that deal in a heartbeat! I LOVE oysters!

Lucky Amy! LOL

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>But but...what would I eat when I'm forced into one of those
>>aweful places?
>
>Ask the sushi chef for a hot dog..really, they like it when
>you do that.....

Hey...I may be blond but I'm not....I know better than to do that!

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>You and Murph need to go to the same sushi bar..there is a
>nice one down the street here called Micky Donalds.

Okay ....get yer nose out of the air there...Just cause me and Lar know what's really good doesn't mean all we eat is fast food. LOL

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10/12/03, 7:51am
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What's fugu?

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Right on, Murphy!

Besides, everything else there should be in a bait box

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Its a puffer fish, I believe.

If the chef does not clean it properly, it releases toxins into its flesh that can be fatal when consumed.

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>The problem with kobe beef is that you have to be making the
>salary of Kobe Bryant to afford it...

You mean "pre-conviction," of course...

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10/12/03, 11:34am
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>Heh..good for him! (I think the California Roll should be
>taken out of the state..by Davis!)

LOL... I'm with Larry, though... I like the California Roll, too... especially when combined with a nice cooked topping (like the BSCR roll at Hyakumi... baked scallops in a nice mayonnaise sauce, with the smelt roe... steaming hot over a california roll... YUM.

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Only raw oysters that I will eat are in the form of "oyster shooters." Raw oysters mixed in ponzu sauce, cold sake, smelt roe, quail egg... variety of very interesting flavors.

Individually, I can't stand raw oysters -- especially because each time I've tried, there has been a "crunch" that I always interpreted as being "sand."

Yuck.

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>Ask the sushi chef for a hot dog..really, they like it when
>you do that.....

Just don't ask for your relish on the side... they hate that.

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>>I love raw oysters but rarely/never eat them anymore as I
>just
>>don't want to take that risk.
>
>And what risk might that be she asks with a grin?

That risk is not making some female very, very lucky. The risk is death from the bacteria. I believe that under certian circumstances raw shell fish can cause death if you have (I'm not sure if it is liver or kidney problems).

I eat them steamed or baked now. We have a local resturaunt that serves them baked with cheeses and other goodies on them and they are delicous.

I also eat Po Boy oysters. That is when you can't afford the oysters so you put cocktail sauce on a cracker and eat it like the oyster is there. Try it. They are remarkably good.

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>Its a puffer fish, I believe.
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>If the chef does not clean it properly, it releases toxins
>into its flesh that can be fatal when consumed.
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>

Exactly..about 10 people die a year from eating it..talk about a risk. (No, I have never had it and I don't think it is even offered here in the U.S.)

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>>The problem with kobe beef is that you have to be making the
>>salary of Kobe Bryant to afford it...
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>You mean "pre-conviction," of course...

I dunno about that..the experts on the news channels are saying that Kobe will get out of this one, hands down. We'll see.

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10/13/03, 5:15am
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>Heh..good for him! (I think the California Roll should be
>taken out of the state..by Davis!)
>
>LOL... I'm with Larry, though... I like the California Roll,
>too... especially when combined with a nice cooked topping
>(like the BSCR roll at Hyakumi... baked scallops in a nice
>mayonnaise sauce, with the smelt roe... steaming hot over a
>california roll... YUM.

Personally, one of my favs (along with the Danny Roll) is a spicy Hamachi(yellowtail) cut roll. Very simple and yet very tasty.

I think it has been..oh..maybe 5 years since I had a California Roll and even then, it was in a sushi class that my wife gave me for a birthday. I haven't ordered a California Roll in 15 years.

BTW, thinking of having some sushi around for the Chili cook off. (As an extra thing.)

(Dont' worry Murph, we have lots of things planned for food besides chili and sushi.)

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>Only raw oysters that I will eat are in the form of "oyster
>shooters." Raw oysters mixed in ponzu sauce, cold sake, smelt
>roe, quail egg... variety of very interesting flavors.
>
>Individually, I can't stand raw oysters -- especially because
>each time I've tried, there has been a "crunch" that I always
>interpreted as being "sand."
>
>Yuck.

You are correct..if you feel something like sand in an oyster..it's sand. It's not the oyster's fault..it's the person shucking and cleaning's fault.

My fav with oysters is a plain old cocktail sauce...the hotter the better. Usually not a sushi bar item...more of a oyster bar item.

BTW, I dunno if anybody mentioned why Robert said he was leary of oysters..it's it because oysters COULD have some nasties and could cause problems with the ol tum tum. This usually comes from the old stand-by of what not to eat (the oyster is rotten). And the way to avoid such a problem is the same as any other fish...if it smells bad, don't eat it.

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>I dunno about that..the experts on the news channels are
>saying that Kobe will get out of this one, hands down. We'll
>see.

I'm not so sure... "hands down" seems a bit too confident. After hearing the stuff at the preliminary hearing... well, let me just put it this way... if I'm in Kobe's camp, I'm not anticipating an angry, primarily black jury pool in Eagle, Colorado.

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>You are correct..if you feel something like sand in an
>oyster..it's sand. It's not the oyster's fault..it's the
>person shucking and cleaning's fault.

My mother-in-law told me that the primary method for cleaning the sand out SHOULD be to place the oysters in fresh water overnight... apparently, they "spit" out the sand...

I'm thinking that they are actually gasping for life as salt-water creatures in fresh water...but it is certainly nicer (but not likely to be PETA-approved) to say that they're just spitting.

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>Right on, Murphy!
>
>Besides, everything else there should be in a bait box

And besides that...isn't it dangerous to eat uncooked fish?

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>Its a puffer fish, I believe.
>
>If the chef does not clean it properly, it releases toxins
>into its flesh that can be fatal when consumed.
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Well there ya go....poisened by the ole puffer fish trick.

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>>Heh..good for him! (I think the California Roll should be
>>taken out of the state..by Davis!)
>
>LOL... I'm with Larry, though... I like the California Roll,
>too... especially when combined with a nice cooked topping
>(like the BSCR roll at Hyakumi... baked scallops in a nice
>mayonnaise sauce, with the smelt roe... steaming hot over a
>california roll... YUM.

Okey...isn't roe fish eggs? Boy howdy now there's a meal I'd look forward to. A big ole pile of smelt fish eggs.

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>Only raw oysters that I will eat are in the form of "oyster
>shooters." Raw oysters mixed in ponzu sauce, cold sake, smelt
>roe, quail egg... variety of very interesting flavors.
>
>Individually, I can't stand raw oysters -- especially because
>each time I've tried, there has been a "crunch" that I always
>interpreted as being "sand."
>
>Yuck.

Understand this is a learning thing for me here. So you'd enjoy quail eggs and smelt babies but a little sand and yer gone. Right?

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>>Ask the sushi chef for a hot dog..really, they like it when
>>you do that.....
>
>Just don't ask for your relish on the side... they hate that.

Are you kidding! I'd hate to think what would be in "relish!" LOL!

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>risk is death from the bacteria. I believe that under certian
>circumstances raw shell fish can cause death if you have (I'm
>not sure if it is liver or kidney problems).
>
OMG! I didn't know that. I do know I tried taking fish oil capsuls once and itched all over within hours.

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>>>The problem with kobe beef is that you have to be making
>the
>>>salary of Kobe Bryant to afford it...
>>
>>You mean "pre-conviction," of course...
>
>I dunno about that..the experts on the news channels are
>saying that Kobe will get out of this one, hands down. We'll
>see.

If what I've heard about the doctors report is presented I don't see how he can get out of it. Makes no difference how they portray her character.

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>BTW, thinking of having some sushi around for the Chili cook
>off. (As an extra thing.)
>
>(Dont' worry Murph, we have lots of things planned for food
>besides chili and sushi.)
>
Can the sushi be in the other room?

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...if it smells bad, don't eat it.

I've heard that before.....

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I clipped and pasted this from another website.


http://www.liverfoundation.org/db/articles/1055

What is Vibrio vulnificus?

Vibrio vulnificus is a bacteria that can cause sever illness or death to at-risk people who eat raw oysters or clams.

From 1989 to 2000, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recorded 282 serious illnesses associated with consumption of raw oysters and clams containing the Vibrio vulnificus bacteria. While illnesses are infrequent, about half (149) have resulted in death.


Where is it found?

Vibrio vulnificus is found naturally in warm coastal waters, such as the Gulf of Mexico, where levels of the bacteria are elevated during the summer months. Vibrio vulnificus is NOT a result of pollution, and can be found in waters approved for oyster and clam harvesting. Vibrio vulnificus does NOT change the appearance, taste, or odor of oysters or clams.


Are you at risk?

You are at risk of serious illness if you eat raw oysters or clams and have any of these health conditions:


Liver disease (from hepatitis, cirrhosis, alcoholism, or cancer)


Iron overload disease (hemochromatosis)


Diabetes


Cancer (including lymphoma, leukemia, Hodgkin's disease)


Stomach disorders


Or any illness or medical treatment that weakens the body's immune system


Unsure of your risk? Ask your doctor.

Healthy people are not at risk of serious infection.


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>>You are correct..if you feel something like sand in an
>>oyster..it's sand. It's not the oyster's fault..it's the
>>person shucking and cleaning's fault.
>
>My mother-in-law told me that the primary method for cleaning
>the sand out SHOULD be to place the oysters in fresh water
>overnight... apparently, they "spit" out the sand...
>
>I'm thinking that they are actually gasping for life as
>salt-water creatures in fresh water...but it is certainly
>nicer (but not likely to be PETA-approved) to say that
>they're just spitting.

I remember as a kid travelling to the east coast and digging for clams (something I had never done and have not done since). I remember my mom cooking them up in our travel trailer..and her jumping back when the clams started to "spit". I must've been like 7 years old and for some reason, I remember that vividly. (no great story..just a memory)

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>>Right on, Murphy!
>>
>>Besides, everything else there should be in a bait box
>
>And besides that...isn't it dangerous to eat uncooked fish?

No..but it IS dangerous to eat uncooked ping-pong balls!

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>>>Heh..good for him! (I think the California Roll should be
>>>taken out of the state..by Davis!)
>>
>>LOL... I'm with Larry, though... I like the California Roll,
>>too... especially when combined with a nice cooked topping
>>(like the BSCR roll at Hyakumi... baked scallops in a nice
>>mayonnaise sauce, with the smelt roe... steaming hot over a
>>california roll... YUM.
>
>Okey...isn't roe fish eggs? Boy howdy now there's a meal I'd
>look forward to. A big ole pile of smelt fish eggs.

They are actually pretty good! Too small for a hook so you can't use em as bait..but they certainly give a certain texture to the roll.

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>>Only raw oysters that I will eat are in the form of "oyster
>>shooters." Raw oysters mixed in ponzu sauce, cold sake,
>smelt
>>roe, quail egg... variety of very interesting flavors.
>>
>>Individually, I can't stand raw oysters -- especially
>because
>>each time I've tried, there has been a "crunch" that I
>always
>>interpreted as being "sand."
>>
>>Yuck.
>
>Understand this is a learning thing for me here. So you'd
>enjoy quail eggs and smelt babies but a little sand and yer
>gone. Right?

It's not the swallowing of the sand that is objectionable..it's the sound/feel they make when your teeth grind against a grain that is MOST annoying.

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>>risk is death from the bacteria. I believe that under
>certian
>>circumstances raw shell fish can cause death if you have
>(I'm
>>not sure if it is liver or kidney problems).
>>
>OMG! I didn't know that. I do know I tried taking fish oil
>capsuls once and itched all over within hours.

I can honestly say, that not ONCE after a sushi meal did I itch all over!

Do you have allergies to certain fish?

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>>>>The problem with kobe beef is that you have to be making
>>the
>>>>salary of Kobe Bryant to afford it...
>>>
>>>You mean "pre-conviction," of course...
>>
>>I dunno about that..the experts on the news channels are
>>saying that Kobe will get out of this one, hands down. We'll
>>see.
>
>If what I've heard about the doctors report is presented I
>don't see how he can get out of it. Makes no difference how
>they portray her character.

Oh sure it does! He has admitted to having sex with the girl. But he says it was consentual and his side will try to portray her as a "wanton hussy" who just wanted to get laid by a sports star. (There are MANY of those women out there btw, that would do almost anything to get in bed with ANY star or celeb.)

Of course, we have heard her side (hearsay) from the report they read in court.

And then you have the public personna of Kobe who many people think of as a rightous son that would do no evil...seems that jury really only has "character" (both of em) to make a determination.

I am making no call on this one..seems to me that the girl walked into that room for SOMEthing...and it seems to me that ol Kobe, a married guy, should not have been dancing that dance either.

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>Okey...isn't roe fish eggs? Boy howdy now there's a meal I'd
>look forward to. A big ole pile of smelt fish eggs.

Smelt roe are very tiny little orange eggs... absolutely delicious, like a better tasting salt.

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>Understand this is a learning thing for me here. So you'd
>enjoy quail eggs and smelt babies but a little sand and yer
>gone. Right?

I'm a big food fan of the fish in the sea... not the dirt.

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>I can honestly say, that not ONCE after a sushi meal did I
>itch all over!
>
>Do you have allergies to certain fish?

Marie read somewhere that there is an enzyme in fish that stimulates certain glands in our body to create a feeling of happiness and contentment, much like chocolate.

I believe it...

I can actually say that if you put a hershey bar on one side, and a fresh piece of blue fin toro (fatty tuna) on the other... and you asked me to choose between 'em, that I'm going for the toro.

I actually enjoy the "pleasure" feeling I get from sushi -- GOOD sushi -- MORE than chocolate.

Of course, chocolate is cheaper... and that makes it the better ECONOMIC alternative.

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I don't know what y'all are complaining about with that sand. What is bad is when you are eating rabbit, squirrel, quail, dove, or some other hapless game animal and bite into a piece of bird shot. You will nearly crack a tooth.

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Or, you can put the tuna between the chocolate and sort of a sushi-s'more

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>I can actually say that if you put a hershey bar on one side,
>and a fresh piece of blue fin toro (fatty tuna) on the
>other... and you asked me to choose between 'em, that I'm
>going for the toro.

Me too but..could you make it yellowtail?


....and can I have the your Hershey Bar for dessert?

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>I don't know what y'all are complaining about with that sand.
>What is bad is when you are eating rabbit, squirrel, quail,
>dove, or some other hapless game animal and bite into a piece
>of bird shot. You will nearly crack a tooth.

That's because you use a shotgun...


There was an old friend of my parents that just recently passed away that was THE "whip-man" stunt man for the movie industry. For something like 40 years in the movies, if someone had a whip and used it, it was probably Carl on the other end. Anyway, Carl moved to Hemet to a ranch and had a problem with rabbits...like WAY too many. So Carl used to keep a .22 handy...now, Carl liked to give the animal a bit of a chance, and when he used to to hunt, he would use a bow and arrow. Also, Carl was well...cheap. So when it came to using his .22, he didn't want to waste a shot on a single animal, so he would wait until he could line up at LEAST 2 and sometimes 3 before he would pull the trigger.

No bird shot in his wabbit...

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>Or, you can put the tuna between the chocolate and sort of a
>sushi-s'more

You're a sick man Larry!

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>
>I clipped and pasted this from another website.
>http://www.liverfoundation.org/db/articles/1055
>What is Vibrio vulnificus?
>
>Vibrio vulnificus is a bacteria that can cause sever illness
>or death to at-risk people who eat raw oysters or clams.
>From 1989 to 2000, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
>recorded 282 serious illnesses associated with consumption of
>raw oysters and clams containing the Vibrio vulnificus
>bacteria. While illnesses are infrequent, about half (149)
>have resulted in death.
>Where is it found?
>Vibrio vulnificus is found naturally in warm coastal waters,
>such as the Gulf of Mexico, where levels of the bacteria are
>elevated during the summer months. Vibrio vulnificus is NOT a
>result of pollution, and can be found in waters approved for
>oyster and clam harvesting. Vibrio vulnificus does NOT change
>the appearance, taste, or odor of oysters or clams.
>Are you at risk?
>You are at risk of serious illness if you eat raw oysters or
>clams and have any of these health conditions:
>Liver disease (from hepatitis, cirrhosis, alcoholism, or
>cancer)
>Iron overload disease (hemochromatosis)
>Diabetes
>Cancer (including lymphoma, leukemia, Hodgkin's disease)
Stomach disorders
>Or any illness or medical treatment that weakens the body's
>immune system
>Unsure of your risk? Ask your doctor.
>Healthy people are not at risk of serious infection.

Okay I'm convinced I won't eat another raw oyster.

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>I can honestly say, that not ONCE after a sushi meal did I
>itch all over!
>
>Do you have allergies to certain fish?

It was 1000 mg of Fish Oil in a tablet..I've never eaten huge amounts of fish. I love a good grilled salmon steak or fried shrimp and never had a reaction. Obviously there was some kind of allergic reaction going on.

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I heard that she had bruises on her throat that substantiated her story that he grabbed her around the throat and forced her. She also had tears in her neither regions.

Perhaps one look and she decided that was to much for her but he had other ideas.

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>Marie read somewhere that there is an enzyme in fish that
>stimulates certain glands in our body to create a feeling of
>happiness and contentment, much like chocolate

That is correct. It has been proven to improve your mental attitude. It's also just plain good for you...

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>I don't know what y'all are complaining about with that sand.
>What is bad is when you are eating rabbit, squirrel, quail,
>dove, or some other hapless game animal and bite into a piece
>of bird shot. You will nearly crack a tooth.

You are all really sick ya know that. LOL! Somebody ordered rabbit in New Orleans and Emerils and it still looked like a rabbit. I almost left the table.

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>>I don't know what y'all are complaining about with that sand.
>
>>What is bad is when you are eating rabbit, squirrel, quail,
>>dove, or some other hapless game animal and bite into a
>piece
>>of bird shot. You will nearly crack a tooth.
>
>That's because you use a shotgun...
>
>
>There was an old friend of my parents that just recently
>passed away that was THE "whip-man" stunt man for the movie
>industry. For something like 40 years in the movies, if
>someone had a whip and used it, it was probably Carl on the
>other end. Anyway, Carl moved to Hemet to a ranch and had a
>problem with rabbits...like WAY too many. So Carl used to
>keep a .22 handy...now, Carl liked to give the animal a bit of
>a chance, and when he used to to hunt, he would use a bow and
>arrow. Also, Carl was well...cheap. So when it came to using
>his .22, he didn't want to waste a shot on a single animal, so
>he would wait until he could line up at LEAST 2 and sometimes
>3 before he would pull the trigger.
>
>No bird shot in his wabbit...
>

Under most circumstances I would use a 22 too because I did not like biting down on bird shot. I have hunted with a pistol, bow and arrow, muzzle loader, and I even killed a squirrel with a knife once. For safety and marksmanship reasons I never used a rifle to hunt flying birds. I can't really recall having squirrels or other game animals line up for a single multiple kill shot with one exception. That exception was that I had the dubious distinction of killing two deer with one bullet once.

As you said he had too many wabbits awound so that may have been his good fortune. My experience with wabbits is that they were plentiful during the summer but as fall approached and the foilage thinned the predators had taken a toll on their numbers. As hunting season approached where I lived the game got scarce quick.

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>Under most circumstances I would use a 22 too because I did
>not like biting down on bird shot. I have hunted with a
>pistol, bow and arrow, muzzle loader, and I even killed a
>squirrel with a knife once.

I'm certainly made of a different cloth than you. It literally made me shutter to think about killing something... anything...gleefully with a knife much less anything else.

I can understand the need if one is starving but for sport I'm out of here.

Don't misunderstand....I'm just voicing my feelings...like the insane folks here that eat raw stuff....if we all thought the same what a boring world this would be.

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>I'm certainly made of a different cloth than you. It literally
>made me shutter to think about killing something...
>anything...gleefully with a knife much less anything else.
>
>
>I can understand the need if one is starving but for sport I'm
>out of here.
>
>Don't misunderstand....I'm just voicing my feelings...like the
>insane folks here that eat raw stuff....if we all thought the
>same what a boring world this would be.

I didn't say I was gleeful about it. Back then, living on a farm it was a part of agriculture. I was glad to bring home some squirrels, rabbits, ducks, deer, whatever. It was groceries. I had a lot of pride and still do in my ability to survive and prowess in finding game and bringing home dinner.

I have found that today I am becoming much more urbanized and I hardly ever hunt any more. I have a distaste for killing and I my passion for being outdoors has evolved into an enjoyment of wildlife photography and a general enthusiasm for some extreme outdoor sports. Today I even balk a little at fishing.


When one discusses hunting, trapping, and even fishing it often stirs harsh feelings. It is a very touchy subject.

I want to add more later and I will as I have more time. Perhaps I have opened a can of worms here. I will continue the dialog in future posts.

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>I didn't say I was gleeful about it. Back then, living on a
>farm it was a part of agriculture. I was glad to bring home
>some squirrels, rabbits, ducks, deer, whatever. It was
>groceries. I had a lot of pride and still do in my ability to
>survive and prowess in finding game and bringing home dinner.
>
And like I said...If it's a necessity then that's a different story. I was born and raised in the city and although we ate a lot of potatoes and soup not once did my dad bring home game for dinner. It's just a totally different way of life. Not bad..just different.

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>And like I said...If it's a necessity then that's a different
>story.
>
>


I haven't been to a point when bringing home game was ever a necessity. It has always been more utility than anything else. My family always made use of what the land provided whether it was produce, domestic meats or wild game.

Last night we had a meal of fresh red snapper that came from a very recent fishing trip to the gulf. Today we brought home some king mackeral.

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>>And like I said...If it's a necessity then that's a
>different
>>story.
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>
>
>I haven't been to a point when bringing home game was ever a
>necessity.

Sorry I didn't mean to offend...It's just a different way of life like you said....You use the resources available. Your fresh fish no doubt was wonderful.

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No offense was taken on this end. Hopefully I didn't horrify you to much on that end Murph. I find now days that I would rather serve as deck hand and captian and allow a guest and in this case my 11 year old nephew the chance to do the hooking and reeling.

I do happen to love the taste of wild game but I don't bring any to the house anymore with the exception of the occaisional fish. Venison in particular is a very healthy lean food item. There are some warnings out to not eat fish too often because of the mercury content of the meat.

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>No offense was taken on this end. Hopefully I didn't horrify
>you to much on that end Murph.

Not at all.....I find you to be a very interesting character. Raised in a totally different environment. Your stories about growing up were fantastic.

You never mention Bunny. Is she still around?

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>You never mention Bunny. Is she still around?

We are on an off-again stage. The last time I talked to her was about three weeks ago. I felt like she was trying to avoid talking to me and I caught her with call waiting talking long distance. She said, "I will call you right back"..... I am still waiting for that returned phone call.

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>>You never mention Bunny. Is she still around?
>
>We are on an off-again stage. The last time I talked to her
>was about three weeks ago. I felt like she was trying to
>avoid talking to me and I caught her with call waiting talking
>long distance. She said I will call you right back..... I am
>still waiting for that returned phone call.
>
Sorry about that Robert...I wondered if that wasn't the case.

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>I don't know what y'all are complaining about with that sand.
>What is bad is when you are eating rabbit, squirrel, quail,
>dove, or some other hapless game animal and bite into a piece
>of bird shot. You will nearly crack a tooth.

I think it's a flavor thing. Blood tastes a lot better than sand...

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>Or, you can put the tuna between the chocolate and sort of a
>sushi-s'more

Now THERE's something that would put me off sushi forever...

...maybe.

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>And like I said...If it's a necessity then that's a different
>story. I was born and raised in the city and although we ate a
>lot of potatoes and soup not once did my dad bring home game
>for dinner. It's just a totally different way of life. Not
>bad..just different.

I lived that way of life, too... Colonel Sanders, and some Fred Flintstone looking guy named Pioneer killed our chickens for us... and Mr. Sizzler, Mr. Albertson, Mr. Fazio, and Mr. Ralph killed the cows.

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>>And like I said...If it's a necessity then that's a
>different
>>story. I was born and raised in the city and although we ate
>a
>>lot of potatoes and soup not once did my dad bring home game
>>for dinner. It's just a totally different way of life. Not
>>bad..just different.
>
>I lived that way of life, too... Colonel Sanders, and some
>Fred Flintstone looking guy named Pioneer killed our chickens
>for us... and Mr. Sizzler, Mr. Albertson, Mr. Fazio, and Mr.
>Ralph killed the cows.

I do remember an uncle who had a rabbit farm. Never saw anything gory just the rabbit pelts hanging on dryers. Never liked rabbit..Maybe that's why.

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