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Discussion in 'NHL Hockey Forum' started by mattola, May 25, 2012.

  1. puckhead

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    the rock guy was a terrific character. hope to see a lot more if him in the future.
     



  2. mattola

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    That is the director who voices him
     
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    Finally! All the unresolved questions from the first film may be answered!

     
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    Finally! All the unresolved questions from the first film may be answered!
     
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    Some say it will win many oscars

     
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    Season 2 is off to a good start. It kind of has a season 1 True Detective vibe to it.
     
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    Has anyone watched rotten (docu series) on netflix

    Stay away from the peeled garlic from china :o:faint2::what::surprised::puke:


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    Coles notes?
     
  10. jstewismybastardson

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    You want a spoiler?

    I think the number is 90% of global garlic supply is grown in china

    Peeled clove garlic is the most lucrative

    No one globally can compete with the largest chinese exporter of peeled garlic

    Why?

    they openly use prison labourers who work 16 hours a day -longer if they dont peel their weight quota

    The process of peeling garlic involves hand soaking the garlic in water

    After a while the prisoners lose their fingernails

    Hidden video showed a group of prisoners putting the garlic into their mouths and peeling the garlic/pulling the roots out of the garlic with their teeth
     
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    :puke:
     
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    That was a spoiler in the truest sense of the word, wasn't it ? Lol
     
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    Theres one on the honey industry that is just as nutso. While in some respects it puts fear of the food supply in your mind, the series is more about the underlying greed and corruption in some of these industries. It is also a good motivator for those who want to take up home gardening lol
     
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    I really enjoyed this

     
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    Wait, why would anyone buy peeled garlic? Asking honestly.

    This. Life-changer. Only problem here is I gotta buy in store during the winter :(
     
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    not sure what the allure is for peeled garlic :noidea: they didnt explain it in the docu

    Ive had a home garden for a few years now ... I made a deal with my dad after his tia in 2010 when he slowed down his gardening ... i would plant radicchio if he would come over to my house and tend to it lol
     
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    Take up canning and build a root cellar.
     
  18. Bloody Brian Burke

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    I like radicchio but I'm the only person in my family that does. I'm sure your dad loves the tending though - god knows the only time my father is sane is when he's inspecting his tomatoes.

    I grow mostly peppers, lettuce, cucumbers, parsley and tomatoes. Other than the tomatoes I don't think that'll work? Unless I'm wrong...
     
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    parsley you can freeze in an ice cube tray...last ya 6 months.

    Depending on the type of peppers, you can roast them and then can em' and they'll last a year.

    Cukes...pickles of course, but that's about it.

    Technically you can freeze lettuce too, but its uses would want to be confined to soups er casseroles...something cooked.

    And canned tomatoes are probably my favorite thing to put up. Even canned homegrowns taste better than the shit at the store.
     
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    Lettuce is my big problem. I really don't trust wherever they're coming from or have been.
     
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