12418Re: Whats on the plate?
- Feb 7, 2007--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "chanting_om"
> Well that is just the most amazing song! I have one for you.. IHey, hey, my, my...
> picked it up in India. Its called Journey to infinity, it is so
> beautiful, haunting.. bamboo flute.. and its 14.27 minutes long.
> I'll put it on right now.
> Hong Kong.. I'm not in Hongkong ! Otherwise I would have had aThey do make an excellent grilled cheese there.
> grilled cheese sandwich with a touch of worscestor sauce long ago !
> NO ! I am on an island which is 50 percent covered with rainforestfor
> and I am more or less in the middle of it. Now there are shops on
> campus but they don't stock anything that you and I would
> recognise..in fact the vast majority of food is fresh vegetables,
> meat and fish.
> I watched that film on smirking chimp about Meet your Meat so that
> causes considerable conscience problems now, everytime I put a drop
> of milk in my tea or think of a cheese sandwich I must apologise
> my weaknesses. The other day I thought Okay I will buy some fish,so
> I go down to the market and this woman has a whole row of largefish
> with the heads cut off who are still alive balanced on their necks,I never watched Meet your Meat but I liked Store Wars a lot.
> gulping air and rolling their eyes. The rest of their bodies have
> already been cut up and filleted.
> But on the otherside of the rainforest - south - there is Sanyaand
> to the north there is Haikou.. :) (and cheese sandwiches and butterNo, couldn't have been-I did sing the National Anthem once but that's
> and what happened to the cows...?)
> Could that have been one of your songs that you unburied...?
a sing along.
> Anyway perhaps we can borrow some books from the library and thereis
> definately a hotel ! Do you know how to fly?Nahhhh, never took it up but that's a long story.-Val
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