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    and little umbrella's, you need the umbrella's or the drinks won't taste right

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    Quote Originally Posted by Icarus
    and little umbrella's, you need the umbrella's or the drinks won't taste right
    Yes, the umbrella stems give the drinks the right woodsy flavor.

    get >>= \st -> put (st + 1)

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    Quote Originally Posted by nabetse
    Yes, the umbrella stems give the drinks the right woodsy flavor.

    get >>= \st -> put (st + 1)

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    I always thought the umbrella was to keep the rum from getting diluted in case of a tropical rainstorm, I did not realize it was for the flavor.
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    Yep the same reason a corndog tastes so good. It's got that nice woodsy flavor. Come to think of it fudgecicles, pop-cicles also have a nice wooden stick to give them a nice woodsy flavor. Then again with that much surgar in those things it wouldn't get much of a woodsy flavor.

    Weren't we talking about fast databases here?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JamminJoeyB
    Weren't we talking about fast databases here?
    Keyword, were, past tense.

    Shish kabobs have wooden sticks too. Which reminds me, it's time for lunch and I'm hungry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cybertron
    Shish kabobs have wooden sticks too.
    You didn't get that quite right, cybertron, Bebop is a Jazz derivation and is being played with winds, no wood there. Kebab is the stuff you want for lunch, although it's so unhealthy at all those fast food places... If you have the possibility, I suggest you visit a Turkish restaurant and let it be served to you original style with Anatolian rice.

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    You didn't get that quite right, cybertron, Bebop is a Jazz derivation and is being played with winds, no wood there.
    Basses, drums, pianos, and saxophone reeds are all wood. However, flavor is of secondary importance.

    Kebab is the stuff you want for lunch, although it's so unhealthy at all those fast food places... If you have the possibility, I suggest you visit a Turkish restaurant and let it be served to you original style with Anatolian rice.
    Sounds great. Too bad some of us live in Hicktown, USA.
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    Well this thread has just completely degenerated in to a total random thoughts. I seem to recall a quote about random things not being left to chance because of their importance.

    ----> hijacks thread away from food, I'm getting hungry <-----

    Just wondering if anyone had sent a pm to thread starter to find out what this new database is called?
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    And we curve back on to the database highway by posting a food nutrient database from the US Department of Agriculture, Nutrient Data Laboratory:
    Agricultural Research Service

    What type of database engine does this slow moving database employ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hard candy
    What type of database engine does this slow moving database employ?
    Well, they are handing the keywords to a pearl script so they at least didn't make the mistake to use an Access database with all the ActiveX brouhaha around it.

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    hc, I found a database that is so much cooler than your canned applesauce, namely one featuring Chinese jokes. My favorite is the one with the farmer and the rabbit.

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    Leave it to hard candy to some how bring food back into the equation again.
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    And he even brought the thread back on topic, sort of.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JamminJoeyB
    Well this thread has just completely degenerated in to a total random thoughts. I seem to recall a quote about random things not being left to chance because of their importance.

    ----> hijacks thread away from food, I'm getting hungry <-----

    Just wondering if anyone had sent a pm to thread starter to find out what this new database is called?
    I tried, he seems to have no interest...
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