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    Quote Originally Posted by Great-Kazoo View Post
    In CO? Anyone can buy an auto , most stores sell them OTC
    A number of online retailers require documentation.

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    Oh yeah!




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    Sorbitol? Do they have a version that isn't sugar-free?
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    These, as they are often used, are but three different names for hypocrisy, chicanery and cowardice."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Great-Kazoo View Post
    Oh yeah!




    Ah yes reminds me of the good ole days.....
    There harder to find in these here parts. I can find Nathans all day long. but Sabretts....
    FHUGETABOUDIT!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zteknik View Post
    Ah yes reminds me of the good ole days.....
    There harder to find in these here parts. I can find Nathans all day long. but Sabretts....
    It's a 3-4 hr drive RT to the valley (phoenix) and back. Like driving from my old place to denver, just way less traffic, for now. I'll probably grill a few. But to get that "east coast" experience they have to be boiled, then sit there all day in warm water.
    Thinking if i can find some homeless person to serve one or two with red onions from a cart. For that real NYC deja vu .

    Now ged da fukouttahea, ya bum.


    I forgot.... they also sell Coney Island style Knish's. OY VEY!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Great-Kazoo View Post
    I'll probably grill a few. But to get that "east coast" experience they have to be boiled, then sit there all day in warm water.
    We used to get these when I worked downtown. We called them 'dirty water dogs'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Great-Kazoo View Post
    It's a 3-4 hr drive RT to the valley (phoenix) and back. Like driving from my old place to denver, just way less traffic, for now. I'll probably grill a few. But to get that "east coast" experience they have to be boiled, then sit there all day in warm water.
    Thinking if i can find some homeless person to serve one or two with red onions from a cart. For that real NYC deja vu .

    Now ged da fukouttahea, ya bum.


    I forgot.... they also sell Coney Island style Knish's. OY VEY!
    Brought back memories of getting those type of steamed dogs from a place called Joe Nemo's (I think that was the name) back in Boston when I was a lad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Great-Kazoo View Post
    It's a 3-4 hr drive RT to the valley (phoenix) and back. Like driving from my old place to denver, just way less traffic, for now. I'll probably grill a few. But to get that "east coast" experience they have to be boiled, then sit there all day in warm water.
    Thinking if i can find some homeless person to serve one or two with red onions from a cart. For that real NYC deja vu .

    Now ged da fukouttahea, ya bum.


    I forgot.... they also sell Coney Island style Knish's. OY VEY!
    Now that is a true delicacy- even for an infidel
    FHUGETABOUDIT!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gman View Post
    We used to get these when I worked downtown. We called them 'dirty water dogs'.
    I haven't heard someone use dirty water dogs in a long time lol

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