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Old 08-15-2005, 04:08 PM
jakethebake jakethebake is offline
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What's Burning Man?

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A hippy fest where a bunch of hippy drug users go out to the middle of the desert, do a bunch of drugs and listen to hippy music. They also apparently burn a giant "man" one of the hippies made.

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I will be lobbying hard for naked Costco workers here.

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This is a good idea, and I'd vote for you.

<font color="white">wonder how long it'll take for someone to respond defending burning man? Not that I actually care at all about it. </font>

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One good thing about Burning Man is the website has lots of good desert camping tips.

However.

Hippies suck.

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And they all wear flip flops.
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Old 08-15-2005, 04:08 PM
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I've not had the hot dogs. Should i try them? Are they really good?

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It's a hotdog.
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Old 08-15-2005, 04:16 PM
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i had never heard of this place before - i was out of town going to a party and needed some beer/booze

i saw this place and seeing the cart racks decided i cold buy some there --- walk in get the [censored] and stand in line ---- you need to be a member to buy [censored] [censored]

i didnt realize it was like sams club(which is what i use), they didnt check me at the door - so i just wandered not realizing that i was just wasting a bunch of time

[censored] you costco

love,
rob

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You had never heard of Costco? Don't bash it just because you were raised in a barn or basement or something (they probably just don't have them where you were raised but I'm going to be an ass).

Also, you don't need to be a Costco member to buy alcohol. Federal law mandates that alcohol, prescription drugs, medical type stuff, and some other things have to be available to anyone. Don't exactly know why alcohol fits into that category, but it's great because all I really ever buy at Costco is alcohol.
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Old 08-15-2005, 04:24 PM
beerbandit beerbandit is offline
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You had never heard of Costco? Don't bash it just because you were raised in a barn or basement or something (they probably just don't have them where you were raised but I'm going to be an ass).


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not barn, but we didnt have insulated windows --- we have sams club -- which seems to be close to the same thing

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Also, you don't need to be a Costco member to buy alcohol. Federal law mandates that alcohol, prescription drugs, medical type stuff, and some other things have to be available to anyone. Don't exactly know why alcohol fits into that category, but it's great because all I really ever buy at Costco is alcohol.

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now i really [censored] hate costco, that [censored] at the check out line said i couldnt buy that [censored]

edit: i was in canada, i dont know if that makes a difference
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Old 08-15-2005, 04:25 PM
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Nice avatar.

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Old 08-15-2005, 04:32 PM
RunDownHouse RunDownHouse is offline
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I used to buy all my beer at Sam's Club (same thing as Costco) and on more than one occasion had to inform the cashier that I did not have to be a member to buy beer, and ask to see a manager if they continued to insist that I needed a membership.
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Old 08-15-2005, 04:40 PM
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anyhow, some of my favorite food items here are the rotisserie chicken, taquitos (delimex steak brand?), and some of their steaks.

I usually get some Soy Milk as well.

What does your typical list look like?

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Ribs, when they have them. Lately, I've been getting the granola and/or the Aussie Bites (though those look pretty straightforward to make).

Costco cookies are terrific.

I [img]/images/graemlins/heart.gif[/img] Costco.
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Old 08-15-2005, 04:42 PM
jakethebake jakethebake is offline
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Ribs, when they have them.

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The last ribs iu got there were pretty good. but they have no clue about brisket. They trim all the fat off. You can't smoke a damn brisket w/ no fat on it.
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Old 08-15-2005, 04:45 PM
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Toilet Paper
Mach III razor replacement heads
Books
DVDs
Fresh bread
Beer/Wine/soda/other drinks

Usually a Polish Sausage dog with mustard, relish, and onions on the way out, and maybe a slice of pizza. Mmmmmm.
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Old 08-15-2005, 04:49 PM
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I've not had the hot dogs. Should i try them? Are they really good?

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It's a hotdog.

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They are extremely good though, plus its only $1.62

Just grab one on the way out. Its a nice big dog on a sesame seed bun. Very yummy. I used to take my girlfriend there on our dates.
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