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They definitely should be in CM:Nam. And Battlefront should hurry up and make CM:Nam. It's going on twenty years.   Mord. P.S. The blast would look just like the canister charges in tho

Idk combatintman; I see your point in the sense theres much more important stuff.  However theres an eastern equivalent weapon as well and the canister weapons in WW2 games are fun to use and popular.

I live in Maine, they'd be wiped out the second they stepped over the New Hampshire border. The call to arms would be a tub of butter and a bib. It'd be a short game.   Mord.

And now, even farther North steps back in. They call the cold sandwiches up here Italians. They put three types of meat on there, or so, with lettuce, tomatoes, peppers and oil. I think they're gross. LOL. But there probably isn't a corner store in this state that doesn't make them.

In Maryland we had pit beef stands. HOLY MOLY! You talk about good. Walk in/up, they'd pull a big roast (beef, chicken, pork) off the flame grill, throw it on a slicer and make you a hot sandwich right there on a nice kaiser roll. Killer sh**!

And then was there was this guy...

https://didyouknowfacts.com/serial-killer-sold-human-bbq-burgers/

 

Mord.

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One might even say there was a certain humanity in his cuisine. A real human touch to his cooking.

Not me, though. I wouldn't say it. Some might find it (AHEM) distasteful...

 

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On ‎1‎/‎12‎/‎2019 at 1:17 PM, sburke said:

You can call it a cheesesteak but it only displays your ignorance on what is a cheesesteak. :P 

From my experience, it's some sort of mysterious greyish meat in a loaf of bread with some nacho cheese poured over top of it.

. . . And you call that food?

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22 minutes ago, General Jack Ripper said:

From my experience, it's some sort of mysterious greyish meat in a loaf of bread with some nacho cheese poured over top of it.

. . . And you call that food?

No sir, I call that (I’ll ignore for the moment your ignorance of ingredients) AMBROSIA

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