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General Discussion

HikeUp


titanhangman

The world needs more Buck Turgidson's.
Sam Page

That was a really funny opening post!  Nice one, PackerGreg.

Seriously though, can we discuss anything specific in this forum?
HikeUp

I think the OFF TOPIC section is meant for "anything" and this section, GENERAL DISCUSSION, is meant for topics relevant to the San Gabriel Mountains (or random pictures of Generals).
Taco

Precious bodily fluids.
HikeUp

Taco wrote:
Precious bodily fluids.

That'd be Brigadier General Jack Ripper...
Taco

That's right, commie.
PackerGreg

HikeUp

PackerGreg

OK, this is a stretch...

HikeUp

General FAIL!...
PackerGreg

lilbitmo

This one should make you hungry Shocked
PackerGreg

As might this...



http://appetiteforchina.com/recipes/general-tsos-chicken
Taco

General Tso's chicken is awesome. It was probably made by an enlisted man, and General Tso took all the credit. Goddamn commies.
titanhangman

Commies is a great word, and it's high time that it makes its triumphant return to our lexicon.  Smile
Taco

HARUMPH HARUMPH HARUMPH!
PackerGreg

titanhangman wrote:
Commies is a great word, and it's high time that it makes its triumphant return to our lexicon.  Smile


Personally, I'm a fan of "Pinko's"
titanhangman

PackerGreg wrote:
titanhangman wrote:
Commies is a great word, and it's high time that it makes its triumphant return to our lexicon.  Smile


Personally, I'm a fan of "Pinko's"


That's also a good one. Didn't they use that one in Happy Days a lot?
PackerGreg

I learned the Pinko moniker as a kid from Ralph, the neighbor character on "Wait Till Your Father Gets Home"...



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