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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawgdriver View Post
    (He'll probably come back and say green...watch)
    Depends on my mood, my guy!

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    King doesn't eat onions, they're considered vegetables unless dried out, rehydrated, and put on a meat of questionable origin shaped into a "rib like" patty and slathered in horrific bbq sauce.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davii View Post
    King doesn't eat onions, they're considered vegetables unless dried out, rehydrated, and put on a meat of questionable origin shaped into a "rib like" patty and slathered in horrific bbq sauce.
    Really good onion rings are great.

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    Back Story is a history podcast, I listened to an episode about the US entering WWI. Fascinating to me. The Sedition Act, Wilson's reversal, and the artificial call to arms to "make the world safe for democracy" while simultaneously banning free speech, or at least speech critical of the government. Reminds me of the Lusitania being loaded with munitions, and the ominous warning placed in the newspapers warning citizens of the risks of boarding the Lusitania.



    Crazy that the German government knew about the munitions secreted on the passenger ship, while America and Britain denied the secret.

    https://centenarynews.com/index.php/article?id=1616

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    When my wife was finishing her Bachelor's I took her American History class and one of the papers I had to write was about the US entering WWI and I chose to really focus on the Lusitania as well as those exact warnings cautioning Americans from boarding the ship. Hindsight is 20/20.
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