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As I unwrap the news paper, the fantastic aroma of Fish 'n Chips begins to disappear with all the catarophes appearing from within.

Where are the good old days '60's when looking at the news paper while enjoying the grease of your fish and chips was all part of the event.

I long for those days and know that if we (the human race) really wanted to, we could make things better. Our blockbusting films have now become a reality. Burning towers like in Paul Newmans' days to hijackings, Bruce Willis style, no longer have a good taste.

Virtuality HAS become reality........................
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I do not believe in the violence shown in movies etc.,
Corse, as these images make "thought forms" that do
indeed become reality.
One of the newscasters who was in NYC said that what
he was looking at yesterday in NY was just like a scene
out of the picture "Independence Day".
-Luv,
Mizzie
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PS - fish 'n' chips is not served here in your familiar
newspaper. But in Philadelphia, from where I originate,
soft pretzels were sold by street vendors with tiny
carts. The pretzels were smeared with mustard.
The dirty hands of the vendors, the city soot and auto
gas fumes, the watered down mustard, all equaled a pretzel
treat that everyone loved! A few vendors who didn't have
brown bags would wrap the pretzels in newspaper. Some
people would read the news in nearby parks, sitting on a
bench with their pretzels!
-Luv,
Mizzie
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Where are the good old days '60's when looking at the news paper while enjoying the grease of your fish and chips was all part of the event.

I remember it well ;o)

ian
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Where are the good old days '60's when looking at the news paper while enjoying the grease of your fish and chips was all part of the event.


I wasn't born then but good luck with the new board.

Crocc
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...and what did you enjoy best, Ian -- the grease or
the newspaper?
:)
-Luv,
Mizzie
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...and some people say, Crocc, that one hasn't lived
until they've had a great fish 'n chips!
:)
-Luv,
Mizzie
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...and what did you enjoy best, Ian -- the grease or
the newspaper?


A nice piece of cod in crispy batter, plenty of malt vinegar to counter the grease and a good sprinkling of salt.....

MMMMMMMMMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

ian
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Ah, sounds tasty to me, Ian!
Pass the wrapper please!
-Luv,
Mizzie
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