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    Sometimes I will go a whole day without eating beef......but not very often.
    Is this not a reasonable place to park?

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    Jim Conrad

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    You'd probably get along well in Brazil, Jim. From what I have seen of Brazilians here, they eat a lot of beef. Just learn the samba...
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    I was thinking that if everything goes to hell up here, I might go to Argentina.

    Good cattle men down there.

    Dont know the dances down there though, but I can waltz and two step.
    Is this not a reasonable place to park?

    The bureaucracy is expanding to meet the needs of the expanding bureaucracy.

    Jim Conrad

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    Plus, if everything goes to hell for me in Argentina, you can always eat an armadillo.
    Is this not a reasonable place to park?

    The bureaucracy is expanding to meet the needs of the expanding bureaucracy.

    Jim Conrad

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    There used to be a lot of Brazilians here, people of Japanese ancestry whose earlier generation moved to Brazil. The grandchildren and such could get working visas here pretty easy. There was a Brazilian food market and a restaurant in town. The market was cheap and had all kinds of stuff you couldn't get in a regular market, like big jars of olives for what you'd pay at the other markets for a dinky thing. Chickens were roasting by the door. The butcher was a huge guy and the girl behind the counter was gorgeous, and they offered a variety of good meats and a bunch of different sausages. Whenever I went to the restaurant at night the butcher was there. The waiter would bring out big cuts of meat on a skewer and cut you off what you wanted. Lots of rice and beans and salads, a help yourself kind of thing. Brazilians don't skimp on their meals.

    Work slowed down and the Brazilians packed up, and no more market or restaurant. Japanese were skittish about going into those places. Quite a shame....
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    Bugs?

    Eating bugs???

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    Wife and I went out last night. Celebrating several things and decided to splurge on a 30 ounce porterhouse for two. So melt in my mouth good!
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    Grilled asparagus, onions, and sweet corn tonight with some left over sloppyjoes.
    -Rich

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    Looks good treebilly!

    Ya MB, mormon crickets eat one another after they have been run over or stepped on. In certain places we get thousands of them.

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    I want TWO of those steaks.

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