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Old 07-28-2011, 06:05 AM
 
Location: Traveling again
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Today's Question(s):
It is Hamburger Day !!
So lets talk about Hamburgers

Last time you had one ? I don't eat hamburgers

Bonus Question:

If you were on a Talk Show,would you be a better

Interviewer ? Yes.


Extra Credit Question:


What was the last thing you couldn't find ?


Just for Fun:

What are some of today's "Buzz" words or phrases that you wish would just "disappear" ? .I haven't heard anything crazy lately so.......................


Today in History:
1865 - The American Dental Association proposed its first code of ethics. Procedures like using a welder’s torch to shrink swollen gums were banned.
1896 - The community of Miami, Florida was incorporated. The city had a population of 260. Today, the area boasts a population of more than 2,000,000.
1900 - The Hamburger was created by Louis Lassing in Connecticut
1914 - The Foxtrot was 1st danced at New Amsterdam Roof Garden (NYC, by Harry Fox)
1933 - The singing telegram was introduced on this day. The first person to receive a singing telegram was singer Rudy Vallee, in honor of his 32nd birthday.
1951 - Walt Disney's "Alice In Wonderland" released
1996 - New York Yankee Darryl Strawberry hits his 300th home run

Words of the Day:
deadpan \DED-pan\ , adjective;
1. Marked by or accomplished with a careful pretense of seriousness or calm detachment.
2. Displaying no emotional or personal involvement.


Today is:

National Milk Chocolate Day
Hamburger Day
Wiffle Ball Day
Accountants Day
Fingerprint Day
Dress Up In Silly Costume and Sing A Telegram Day
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Old 07-28-2011, 06:16 AM
 
Location: Out there somewhere...
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Today's Question(s):
It is Hamburger Day !!
So lets talk about Hamburgers Yes, yes yes, love'm....

Last time you had one ? 2 days ago.

How do you like yours prepared: Cooked.
At home ? Here, and
At a restaurant ? Here...

On the grill ? Yes.
In a frying pan ? Sometimes.
Under the broiler ?

Do you prefer it:
Rare ?
Medium ? Medium-well, slight pink center.
Well Done ?

Favorite toppings
1. Mayo & mustard
2. Pickle, lettuce, tomato
3. Cheese
4. At the Red Robin (our favorite eat out burger joint) they have a Bonzai burger with Pineapple Rings added or the eggburger burger which is fabulous.

Bonus Question:

If you were on a Talk Show,would you be a better

Interviewer ? Did you have an affair with your co-star...
or (either one)
Interviewee ? Well Bob, let's see, I think I blacked out that night, or was it day, hmmm...


Extra Credit Question:

What was the last thing you couldn't find ? Key to the wind up clock.

Where did you end up finding it ? Haven't found it yet.


Just for Fun:

What are some of today's "Buzz" words or phrases that you wish would just "disappear"? All of them. Just get back to old fashioned understandable english.

Thirsty Thursday, if it's hot drink up, hydrate, enjoy...

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Old 07-28-2011, 06:17 AM
 
Location: Back Home In TN…YAY:):)
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Good morning!!

It is Hamburger Day !!
So lets talk about Hamburgers

Last time you had one ? 3-4 weeks ago. Hubby doesn't like them and chopped meat doesn't agree with me....but I love a good one once in awhile


How do you like yours prepared:
At home ?
At a restaurant ? When I was younger I used to love a good NY Diner burger...yummy.

On the grill ?
In a frying pan ?
Under the broiler ?

Do you prefer it:
Rare ?
Medium ? as long as it's still pink inside.
Well Done ?
Medium Rare and if I overcook it I give it to hubby or the dog. There is nothing worse than an overcooked piece of meat It's ruined then


Favorite toppings
1. Cheese
2. Pickles
3. Onions
And to make it the "best" I would also like lettuce, tomatoes, and ketchup



If you were on a Talk Show,would you be a better

Interviewer ? My hubby would be so good at this. He is so quick on his feet, well mouth. I know he would make people stumble and ask better questions to any politician and also any financial guru
or
Interviewee ?



What was the last thing you couldn't find ? My coupon book with all my coupons.

Where did you end up finding it ? I never did This is the second time this year I have lost it...and I've had the same book for about 10 years.



What are some of today's "Buzz" words or phrases that you wish would just "disappear" ? I don't get out enough or watch TV enough to know any buzz words


Have a great day!!
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Old 07-28-2011, 06:17 AM
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Location: On the East Coast
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[quote=KwaK;20211972]Good morning everyone
Happy Thursday

So as you can see I decided to wait to answer yesterdays QOTD and first post today's. So lol I better get busy because now I have 2 to answer

Today's Question(s):
It is Hamburger Day !!
So lets talk about Hamburgers

Last time you had one ? I don't eat ground beef anymore so it's been awhile. A few months back I had a chicken burger..does that count?

How do you like yours prepared:
At home ?
At a restaurant ?

On the grill ?
In a frying pan ?
Under the broiler ?

Do you prefer it:
Rare ?
Medium ?
Well Done ?

Favorite toppings
1. Mushrooms
2. Onions
3.


Bonus Question:

If you were on a Talk Show,would you be a better

Interviewer ?
or
Interviewee ?


Extra Credit Question:


What was the last thing you couldn't find ? My house keys

Where did you end up finding it ? In the cup holder in my car.


Just for Fun:

What are some of today's "Buzz" words or phrases that you wish would just "disappear" ? Dude..


Today in History:
1865 - The American Dental Association proposed its first code of ethics. Procedures like using a welder?s torch to shrink swollen gums were banned.
1896 - The community of Miami, Florida was incorporated. The city had a population of 260. Today, the area boasts a population of more than 2,000,000.
1900 - The Hamburger was created by Louis Lassing in Connecticut
1914 - The Foxtrot was 1st danced at New Amsterdam Roof Garden (NYC, by Harry Fox)
1933 - The singing telegram was introduced on this day. The first person to receive a singing telegram was singer Rudy Vallee, in honor of his 32nd birthday.
1951 - Walt Disney's "Alice In Wonderland" released
1996 - New York Yankee Darryl Strawberry hits his 300th home run

Words of the Day:
deadpan \DED-pan\ , adjective;
1. Marked by or accomplished with a careful pretense of seriousness or calm detachment.
2. Displaying no emotional or personal involvement.


Today is:

National Milk Chocolate Day
Hamburger Day
Wiffle Ball Day
Accountants Day
Fingerprint Day
Dress Up In Silly Costume and Sing A Telegram Day
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Old 07-28-2011, 06:24 AM
 
Location: Orlando
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Good morning all! Let's get this party started!
Today's Question(s):
It is Hamburger Day !!
So lets talk about Hamburgers

Last time you had one ? Tuesday!

How do you like yours prepared:
At home ? no bun, cheese on top and mustard.
At a restaurant ? Mushroom and swiss tops my list but anyway 5 Guys wants to make it

On the grill ? This one!
In a frying pan ?
Under the broiler ?

Do you prefer it:
Rare ?
Medium ?
Well Done ? Not burnt but well done.

Favorite toppings
1. Swiss cheese
2. mushrooms
3. Mustard

Bonus Question:

If you were on a Talk Show,would you be a better

Interviewer ?
or
Interviewee ?

Extra Credit Question:

What was the last thing you couldn't find ? A blouse
Where did you end up finding it ? Yes...on my SIL...it's all good tho, I had put it in the bag for Salvation Army, she had scene it and asked if she could have it. I had forgotten.


Just for Fun:

What are some of today's "Buzz" words or phrases that you wish would just "disappear" ? "word"


Words of the Day:
deadpan \DED-pan\ , adjective;
1. Marked by or accomplished with a careful pretense of seriousness or calm detachment.
2. Displaying no emotional or personal involvement.

Chemo doc tries this but he fails...he looks sideways at you and grins lol

Today is:
National Milk Chocolate Day-only if it's very cold!
Hamburger Day I love a good burger!
Wiffle Ball Day Fun game
Accountants Day-yeah me!
Fingerprint Day That goes on a lot around here
Dress Up In Silly Costume and Sing A Telegram Day-I'll pass

Have a great Thursday everyone!
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Old 07-28-2011, 06:24 AM
 
Location: Florida (SW)
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Today's Question(s):
It is Hamburger Day !!
So lets talk about Hamburgers

Last time you had one ? It was about a week ago.

How do you like yours prepared:
At home ?
At a restaurant

On the grill
In a frying pan ?
Under the broiler ?

Do you prefer it:
Rare ?
Medium
Well Done ?

Favorite toppings
1. lettuce& tomato
2. red onion
3.Cheese
may I please have a little mayo with that too.....please!


Bonus Question:

If you were on a Talk Show,would you be a better

Interviewer ?
or
Interviewee ?


Extra Credit Question:

What was the last thing you couldn't find ?
The other evening...I couldnt find my gin and tonic...that I had just made myself.
Where did you end up finding it ?
My DP had taken it and was drinking it......so of course I made another.


Just for Fun:

What are some of today's "Buzz" words or phrases that you wish would just "disappear" ?
"Whatever" is about the most annoying!






Today is:
National Milk Chocolate Day
Hamburger Day Sounds like a plan for supper.
Wiffle Ball Day
Accountants Day
Fingerprint Day
Dress Up In Silly Costume and Sing A Telegram Day This isnt going to happen!
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Old 07-28-2011, 06:36 AM
 
Location: Da Region
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Mornin' everybody!

Today's Question(s):
It is Hamburger Day !!
So lets talk about Hamburgers

Last time you had one ?
A real, meat hamburger, 1993

How do you like yours prepared:
At home ? Used to
At a restaurant ? Used to

On the grill ? Mmm
In a frying pan ?
Under the broiler ? Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

Do you prefer it:
Rare ?
Medium ?
Well Done ?

Favorite toppings If you're making me pick only three...
1. Cheese (almost any non-molded cheese, and no pepper cheese!)
2. Mushrooms
3. Grilled onions
Just about everything else except relish (that's for hot dogs!) and ketchup (that's for my copper-bottomed pots!).


Bonus Question:

If you were on a Talk Show, would you be a better

Interviewer ? I never seem to know the "best" questions to ask.
or
Interviewee ? I've got all the answers!


Extra Credit Question:

What was the last thing you couldn't find ?
My keys. Always my keys.

Where did you end up finding it ?
The last place I looked. So I looked a few other places after I found them so I couldn't say that any more!


Just for Fun:

What are some of today's "Buzz" words or phrases that you wish would just "disappear" ?
Buzz words are like pornography. I can't tell you what they are, but I know them when I hear them. I think I'm more bothered by spelling and grammatical errors. Please "call me on it" (there's a Buzz phrase!) when you catch me making one of those mistakes!


Today in History:
1865 - The American Dental Association proposed its first code of ethics. Procedures like using a welder’s torch to shrink swollen gums were banned. Thank you Jesus!
1896 - The community of Miami, Florida was incorporated. The city had a population of 260. Today, the area boasts a population of more than 2,000,000.
1900 - The Hamburger was created by Louis Lassing in Connecticut
1914 - The Foxtrot was 1st danced at New Amsterdam Roof Garden (NYC, by Harry Fox)
1933 - The singing telegram was introduced on this day. The first person to receive a singing telegram was singer Rudy Vallee, in honor of his 32nd birthday.
1951 - Walt Disney's "Alice In Wonderland" released
1996 - New York Yankee Darryl Strawberry hits his 300th home run

Words of the Day:
deadpan \DED-pan\ , adjective;
1. Marked by or accomplished with a careful pretense of seriousness or calm detachment.
2. Displaying no emotional or personal involvement.


Today is:
National Milk Chocolate Day This means I'll have to eat some today in honor. It's gonna be tough though!
Hamburger Day I'd be lying if I said I didn't miss them.
Wiffle Ball Day I remember those.
Accountants Day I'll tell my BILs
Fingerprint Day HA! I have ten!
Dress Up In Silly Costume and Sing A Telegram Day Woo hoo! I get to look silly! On purpose!!!

It's almost Friday! Have a good day all!
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Old 07-28-2011, 06:38 AM
 
Location: Texas
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Today's Question(s):
It is Hamburger Day !!
So lets talk about Hamburgers

Last time you had one ? Last week

How do you like yours prepared:
At home ?
At a restaurant ? Fast food

On the grill ?
In a frying pan ?
Under the broiler ? This one

Do you prefer it:
Rare ?
Medium ?
Well Done ? This one

Favorite toppings
1. Mayo
2. Lettuce
3. Tomato


Bonus Question:

If you were on a Talk Show,would you be a better

Interviewer ?
or
Interviewee ? This one


Extra Credit Question:


What was the last thing you couldn't find ? Reading glasses

Where did you end up finding it ? Still looking


Just for Fun:

What are some of today's "Buzz" words or phrases that you wish would just "disappear" ? "if you will" and "vis-a-vis" drive me nuts.


Today in History:

1865 - The American Dental Association proposed its first code of ethics. Procedures like using a welder’s torch to shrink swollen gums were banned.
1896 - The community of Miami, Florida was incorporated. The city had a population of 260. Today, the area boasts a population of more than 2,000,000.
1900 - The Hamburger was created by Louis Lassing in Connecticut
1914 - The Foxtrot was 1st danced at New Amsterdam Roof Garden (NYC, by Harry Fox)
1933 - The singing telegram was introduced on this day. The first person to receive a singing telegram was singer Rudy Vallee, in honor of his 32nd birthday.
1951 - Walt Disney's "Alice In Wonderland" released
1996 - New York Yankee Darryl Strawberry hits his 300th home run

Words of the Day:
deadpan \DED-pan\ , adjective;
1. Marked by or accomplished with a careful pretense of seriousness or calm detachment.
2. Displaying no emotional or personal involvement.


Today is:

National Milk Chocolate Day
Hamburger Day
Wiffle Ball Day
Accountants Day
Fingerprint Day
Dress Up In Silly Costume and Sing A Telegram Day
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Old 07-28-2011, 06:38 AM
 
Location: Oswego, IL
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Today's Question(s):
It is Hamburger Day !!
So lets talk about Hamburgers

Last time you had one ?
About a week ago

How do you like yours prepared:
At home ?
At a restaurant ?


On the grill ?
In a frying pan ?
Under the broiler ?

Do you prefer it:
Rare ?
Medium ?
Well Done ?

Favorite toppings
1. Bacon
2. Raw onion
3. Mayo


Bonus Question:

If you were on a Talk Show,would you be a better

Interviewer ?
or
Interviewee ?
I think the fact that I have done both would make me a good interviewee.


Extra Credit Question:

What was the last thing you couldn't find ?
My 1/2" drive impact wrench[SIZE=4]
[/SIZE]


Where did you end up finding it ?
Never did find it. Bought a new one.
How well did the last thing you bought work?
Not at all, I'm returning the piece of junk today.


Just for Fun:

What are some of today's "Buzz" words or phrases that you wish would just "disappear" ?


Today in History:
1865 - The American Dental Association proposed its first code of ethics. Procedures like using a welder’s torch to shrink swollen gums were banned.
1896 - The community of Miami, Florida was incorporated. The city had a population of 260. Today, the area boasts a population of more than 2,000,000.
1900 - The Hamburger was created by Louis Lassing in Connecticut
1914 - The Foxtrot was 1st danced at New Amsterdam Roof Garden (NYC, by Harry Fox)
1933 - The singing telegram was introduced on this day. The first person to receive a singing telegram was singer Rudy Vallee, in honor of his 32nd birthday.
1951 - Walt Disney's "Alice In Wonderland" released
1996 - New York Yankee Darryl Strawberry hits his 300th home run

Words of the Day:
deadpan \DED-pan\ , adjective;
1. Marked by or accomplished with a careful pretense of seriousness or calm detachment.
2. Displaying no emotional or personal involvement.


Today is:
National Milk Chocolate Day
Hamburger Day
Wiffle Ball Day
Accountants Day
Fingerprint Day
Dress Up In Silly Costume and Sing A Telegram Day[/quote]
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Old 07-28-2011, 06:51 AM
 
Location: If you're not living on the edge, you're taking up too much space
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It is Hamburger Day !!So lets talk about Hamburgers

Last time you had one ? a week or so ago - 1st time in ages

How do you like yours prepared:
At home ?
At a restaurant ? this one

On the grill ? preferably
In a frying pan ?
Under the broiler ?

Do you prefer it:
Rare ?
Medium ? medium rare if it's that kinda burger
Well Done ?

If you were on a Talk Show,would you be a better
Interviewer ? likely this
or
Interviewee ?

What was the last thing you couldn't find ? I don't remember - despite how clutterful my place is I have an uncanny ability to keep track of everything.
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