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2006/05/05 14:20:09 (permalink)

Returning to Roadfood

I was speaking to my therapist/attorney Murray Spiderman (It's phonetically pronounced spydermin, not like the superhero), and he felt that it was beneficial for me on many different levels to announce a return to this site.

Since he is a lawyer and a psychologist, I was billed 350.00 for attorney fees, and $200.00 for the therapy session, simultaneously. He's also considering becoming a plumber as well. That would make him a triple threat.
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    brookquarry
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    RE: Returning to Roadfood 2006/05/05 15:31:24 (permalink)
    Beneficial for YOU. But what about our needs.
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    RE: Returning to Roadfood 2006/05/05 16:03:47 (permalink)
    Murray Spiderman, yeah, that's the guy who installed the dish for the TV. Drove an ice cream truck and wore a scuba suit. Said he was gonna quit it all, join a carnival and get into show business. Nice guy! You could not be in better hands!!!
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    RE: Returning to Roadfood 2006/05/05 16:34:58 (permalink)
    Gosh, where has the time gone? Welcome back. Seems like only yesterday...
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    RE: Returning to Roadfood 2006/05/05 17:46:54 (permalink)
    Is there some questions here?

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    RE: Returning to Roadfood 2006/05/05 18:02:26 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by xannie_01

    gee, i'm sorry..i had no idea i wasn't allowed to pose a question..some people have no sense of humor. guess i have to make a thousand posts before i'm considered worthy of this forum..no wonder people are leaving




    I am really sory about your thoughts but we have no idea of what you are talking about. Please believe me that we consider every post and verify its quality.

    I have no idea of what you are talking about regarding being worthy of this forum.

    Paul E. Smith
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    RE: Returning to Roadfood 2006/05/05 18:14:53 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Sundancer7

    Is there some questions here?

    Paul E. Smith
    Knoxville, TN


    Moreover, as George Bush asked rhetorically, "Is our children learning?"
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    RE: Returning to Roadfood 2006/05/05 18:45:49 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by xannie_01

    is murray related to serge a. storms?
    I thought her name was Stormy Serge
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    RE: Returning to Roadfood 2006/05/05 19:04:59 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by saps

    I was speaking to my therapist/attorney Murray Spiderman (It's phonetically pronounced spydermin, not like the superhero), and he felt that it was beneficial for me on many different levels to announce a return to this site.

    Since he is a lawyer and a psychologist, I was billed 350.00 for attorney fees, and $200.00 for the therapy session, simultaneously. He's also considering becoming a plumber as well. That would make him a triple threat.


    If he gives you bad advice, does he sue himself for malpractice?
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    RE: Returning to Roadfood 2006/05/06 01:42:03 (permalink)
    Welcome back. The site wasn't the same without you.
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    RE: Returning to Roadfood 2006/05/06 02:05:48 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Sandy Thruthegarden

    quote:
    Originally posted by saps

    I was speaking to my therapist/attorney Murray Spiderman (It's phonetically pronounced spydermin, not like the superhero), and he felt that it was beneficial for me on many different levels to announce a return to this site.

    Since he is a lawyer and a psychologist, I was billed 350.00 for attorney fees, and $200.00 for the therapy session, simultaneously. He's also considering becoming a plumber as well. That would make him a triple threat.


    If he gives you bad advice, does he sue himself for malpractice?


    Outstanding.
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    RE: Returning to Roadfood 2006/05/06 04:41:42 (permalink)
    Hello All,
    I am lost as to what is being said here.
    It's like I missed a month or more in a soap opera.
    In the meantime, Luke, Scorpio, and Holly are in a
    jungle, wondering if Holly will sleep between Luke
    and Scorpio.
    Meanwhile, I had a good pizza from a place called
    ...wait a minute, I just discovered a friend of mine
    is a crankhead. Ohhhh, the misery of life.
    Take Care,
    Fieldthistle
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    mayor al
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    RE: Returning to Roadfood 2006/05/06 15:29:10 (permalink)
    Paul,
    In case you haven't deciphered the SAPS Code, This whole thread is really an excerpt from the new version of the movie "CATCH-22". The characters fit the movie very well and the story line is almost identical.
    The upcoming bus ride on the Roadfood Clam Tour in New England is really a dress rehearsal for a remake of "BUS STOP". The recent flap over an unidentified person who kept reappearing in disguise even after being locked out could be another version of the film "Guess Who's Coming To Dinner".
    I can see the list of forthcoming threads now... Son of SAPS...SAPS Rides Again... SAPS solves the Case of the Barbecued Blonde". The list could consume a forum of it's own!
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    RE: Returning to Roadfood 2006/05/06 16:28:11 (permalink)
    Xannie...Don't let this opportunity for Stardom pass you by. Post right into this one!!! We will be casting for the leads in "XANADU, The Cat Comes Back" shortly. It is kind of a "Sleepless in Seattle" sort of movie about a Rip-Van-Winkle cat who wakes up in Seattle and suffers caffeine side-effects when it drinks a Latte laced with Catnip.
    Saps has a Cameo as the proprietor of a little coffee house that is subjected to underhanded economic pressures to be merged into a Huge Chain Coffeshop operation. The whole plot is intertwined with comedic moments involving microwaves, cats, coffee and characters that I am sure you will recognize from their posting style![|)]
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    RE: Returning to Roadfood 2006/05/06 16:45:27 (permalink)
    Mayor been hitting the Makers Mark?
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    RE: Returning to Roadfood 2006/05/06 17:02:51 (permalink)
    quote:
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    Mayor been hitting the Makers Mark?


    Naw!!! Considering that this is Derby Day, it has probably been the Woodford Reserve with a bit of sugar, some real mint in a gold cup. I understand it is a $1000.00 for one drink even though it is for charity.

    I was watching it on TV and I saw this guy shell out ten $100.oo for one of the drinks and afterwards indicated that he would have paid twice that. He was filthy rich. I sort of envied him.

    Paul E. Smith
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    RE: Returning to Roadfood 2006/05/06 17:19:45 (permalink)
    $1,000.00 for a mint julep.No way!
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    RE: Returning to Roadfood 2006/05/06 17:29:24 (permalink)
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    Originally posted by mr chips

    $1,000.00 for a mint julep.No way!


    TRUE. It has been on TV several times. I think it was for charity but it featured ice from the Artic, Mint from West jock strap New Guinea or somewhere and sugar from somewhere equally as different and a sterling silver silver sterving spoon and some real good stuff from Woodford Reserve and a gold plated cup.

    Paul E. Smith
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    mr chips
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    RE: Returning to Roadfood 2006/05/06 17:32:00 (permalink)
    Way too much!
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    RE: Returning to Roadfood 2006/05/06 18:06:11 (permalink)
    Chips,
    It is a charity thing created by Woodford Reserve (a fine Kentucky Bourbon), They use the exotic things that Paul described to make a drink with the proceeds to go to the Thoroughbred Retirement Farm in the Lexington Area. They are selling 50 of those drinks (at a grand apiece)at the Downs today. Bob Costas and Tom Hammond on NBC downed the last of the 50 Juleps just before the start of the derby on TV.

    BTW I haven't been into the booze today...Lift-off for Roadtrip #1 (the RedRock Utah tour) begins in about 10 hours. I was just waxing "Prose-etic" as part of the nonsense thread topic!! Trip Reports will start in a couple of days. We plan on arriving home Memorial Day.
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    RE: Returning to Roadfood 2006/05/06 18:47:43 (permalink)
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    Originally posted by xannie_01

    fieldthistle, just wait til next week..anna scorpio is going to appear..THEN what will Robert and Luke do?


    Really?? Maybe I'll start watching again, ahhh the old college days...
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    RE: Returning to Roadfood 2006/05/06 20:08:36 (permalink)
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    RE: Returning to Roadfood 2006/05/07 00:01:55 (permalink)
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    Chips,
    It is a charity thing created by Woodford Reserve (a fine Kentucky Bourbon), They use the exotic things that Paul described to make a drink with the proceeds to go to the Thoroughbred Retirement Farm in the Lexington Area. They are selling 50 of those drinks (at a grand apiece)at the Downs today. Bob Costas and Tom Hammond on NBC downed the last of the 50 Juleps just before the start of the derby on TV.

    BTW I haven't been into the booze today...Lift-off for Roadtrip #1 (the RedRock Utah tour) begins in about 10 hours. I was just waxing "Prose-etic" as part of the nonsense thread topic!! Trip Reports will start in a couple of days. We plan on arriving home Memorial Day.
    I do know it is for retired racehorses and nobody who buys one will go to the poorhouse but it seems unseemly.
    BTW, have a good trip. Looks like fun.
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    RE: Returning to Roadfood 2006/05/07 03:21:54 (permalink)
    Useless thread to roadfood..
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    RE: Returning to Roadfood 2006/05/07 09:20:06 (permalink)
    So says the author of the following three threads:

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    RE: Returning to Roadfood 2006/05/07 16:05:05 (permalink)
    Bwa hahahahaha....
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    RE: Returning to Roadfood 2006/05/07 16:06:25 (permalink)
    Oh! Sorry! I was just celebrating World Laughter Day.

    Hey, maybe I should start a thread......
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    RE: Returning to Roadfood 2006/05/07 20:00:25 (permalink)
    Do I get a discount if I get a six pack? If the proceeds go to charity and you got the bucks...go for it.

    I got bumped to the Concorde a few years ago when my scheduled flight went south. Talk about some rich folks...one lady bought a seat for her DOG.
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    RE: Returning to Roadfood 2006/05/08 08:57:33 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by saps

    I was speaking to my therapist/attorney Murray Spiderman (It's phonetically pronounced spydermin, not like the superhero), and he felt that it was beneficial for me on many different levels to announce a return to this site.

    Since he is a lawyer and a psychologist, I was billed 350.00 for attorney fees, and $200.00 for the therapy session, simultaneously. He's also considering becoming a plumber as well. That would make him a triple threat.


    I read that as "a lawyer and a proctologist". Must be a Freudian thing.
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    RE: Returning to Roadfood 2006/05/08 09:02:49 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Extreme Glow

    quote:
    Originally posted by saps

    I was speaking to my therapist/attorney Murray Spiderman (It's phonetically pronounced spydermin, not like the superhero), and he felt that it was beneficial for me on many different levels to announce a return to this site.

    Since he is a lawyer and a psychologist, I was billed 350.00 for attorney fees, and $200.00 for the therapy session, simultaneously. He's also considering becoming a plumber as well. That would make him a triple threat.


    I read that as "a lawyer and a proctologist". Must be a Freudian thing.
    Well they're both pains in the ...
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