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« Reply #5940 on: July 12, 2016, 10:36:19 AM »

Well Jon, that would be preferred over pics of your crankshaft....  rolleyes

However I think Mark's comment was directed at Chris...
Oh, if I'm wrong,  cheers

Added... Jon, is prevert what you are before you become a pervert?

So whaddaya want evil me to do?  Post nekkid pictures of Nancy or something? Prevert!

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« Reply #5941 on: July 12, 2016, 10:51:26 AM »

A photo of Nancy on this tread would lend it a degree of culture and beauty well beyond the rudimentary reminisces, beer banter, garage goofups, and mathematical mayhem our readers have come to know and trust.

Hmmm . . . maybe we do need a distraction.

Jon, have you got that shot of Noonan and Nancy at PRI?
 
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« Reply #5942 on: July 12, 2016, 11:29:46 AM »

I've got both of 'em.  Which do you think I should post -=- the one showing Mark's profile? evil


EDIT:  They both show Mark from the side.  Now whaddeweye do?
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« Reply #5943 on: July 12, 2016, 12:17:32 PM »

I've got both of 'em.  Which do you think I should post -=- the one showing Mark's profile? evil


EDIT:  They both show Mark from the side.  Now whaddeweye do?

skip it . . .  wink
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« Reply #5944 on: July 12, 2016, 06:01:48 PM »

So whaddaya want evil me to do?  Post nekkid pictures of Nancy or something? Prevert!

Well.....how about the Pastie Pasties pic from several years ago? I REALLY, REALLY liked that one!  evil

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« Reply #5945 on: July 12, 2016, 06:23:22 PM »

It's still here on the site. evil
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« Reply #5946 on: July 12, 2016, 06:33:22 PM »

So whaddaya want evil me to do?  Post nekkid pictures of Nancy or something? Prevert!

Well.....how about the Pastie Pasties pic from several years ago? I REALLY, REALLY liked that one!  evil

Gregg

Whoa, boys . . . settle down now.

I think THIS is what we are referring to - a Yooper delicacy -

http://theyoopergirl.com/2015/02/traditional-yooper-pasties/

But ALSO available fresh from the oven from a wonderful little hole-in-the-wall shop just 20 blocks from the Pommy Pigmy Playhouse -

http://reynoldspasties.com/#home

AND available in the frozen food section of fine grocers throughout the upper Midwest.

They're tasty!
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« Reply #5947 on: July 12, 2016, 06:59:37 PM »

Since you're taking the nekkid out of this, I can say that I can recommend Jean Kay's Pasties in Marquette, Mi:

http://jeankayspasties.com/

When I was up at Jon's a couple of years ago, he sent me there and WOW.....Dodge GOOD to this Southern Boy!
Chris, Next time you and Kate are up there, please go! They REALLY are delicious!

Gregg

Oh well.....I still like Nancy's Pastie Pasties!  evil
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« Reply #5948 on: July 12, 2016, 11:51:09 PM »

They have those in the UK.  They might be originally from there.  These is a shop in London that has varieties from places like Cornwall.  The curry ones are my favorite.
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« Reply #5949 on: July 13, 2016, 12:32:27 AM »

So... 'pastries' lost its 'r' when I wasn't looking? huh

Out of the first eight dictionaries consulted, six of them defined 'pasties' only as coverings for a woman's nipples.
However, the other two dictionaries taught me that pasties (food) are not a type of pastry as I had thought; they are all made with meat and veggies.
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« Reply #5950 on: July 13, 2016, 06:28:25 AM »

Pasty is pronounced PASS-tea, and pastie is PASTE-ee.  Pasties are said to be of Cornish origina -- and they evidently made it to the UP of Michigan in the dinner pails of Cornish miners that flocked here during the 19thcentury to live and work in the copper mines and the iron mines.

A pasty is made of meat - such as coarse-ground flank steak - diced or cubed or sometimes thin-sliced potatoes, and underground vegetables including rutabaga, sometimes carrot, onion, and so on.  It is wrapped in a medium-tough pie crust and baked.

Anything else you need to know for the MM build?
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« Reply #5951 on: July 13, 2016, 06:34:21 AM »

Looks just like an empanada to me- sl different fillings though.

SSS, maybe you can start a food thread so we can go back to cars here... rolleyes rolleyes cheers
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« Reply #5952 on: July 13, 2016, 09:23:44 AM »

It's Gregg's fault, he started this gastronomic detour.
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« Reply #5953 on: July 13, 2016, 09:37:33 AM »

One more story and I'll quit.  I spent lots of time in the Copper Country as a student and community radio announcer - so I learned stuff.  Like the miner's wives would make pasties with the meat at one end - and a fruit or cake filling at the other.  Toivo would have dessert after he ate the meat portion.  And the dinner bucket was often a two-story affair, with the food in the top portion.  The bottom was water tight and had a removable cap, and Toivo's wife, Helga, would fill it with hot tea as he got ready to to the mine, and as the tea cooled during the hours -- the heat rose and kept the pasty warm so his lunch was even more tasty.

I don't know how Helga got the ketchup down to him, though.

End of food hijack.  I officially declare it dead. Dead Horse
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« Reply #5954 on: July 13, 2016, 08:29:16 PM »


End of food hijack.  I officially declare it dead. Dead Horse

SSS, Just one last comment and then we're done!

It's Gregg's fault, he started this gastronomic detour.

Dan, If SSS had not posted Nancy's pastie pasties picture years ago, it would have not brought it up.....so it was HIS fault...LOL!  grin
OK ----- WE'RE DONE WITH THIS GASTRONOMIC DETOUR  Dead Horse Dead Horse  Dead Horse

So now, it's back to the Midget and His Crankshaft.....LOL!  grin  grin  grin

Gregg

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