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post #61 of 210
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Originally Posted by vaclava krishna View Post
Roma,

I tried a hot dog last, week from NJ, at Libby's (which I, think you told me?). I gave it, a 5.5 , as compare to, some of CT . They had, a wonderful birch beer (not of, alcohol), there.

Where in CT have you had a hot dawg?
post #62 of 210
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Where in CT have you had a hot dawg?

Hello Metro,

I have had at, Swanky Franks , and Rawley's also, some other place near Greenwich, which I don't remember . Do you have, some other CT dog, to share ? Perhaps someplace, not so wasp .
post #63 of 210
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Originally Posted by vaclava krishna View Post
Hello Metro,

I have had at, Swanky Franks , and Rawley's also, some other place near Greenwich, which I don't remember . Do you have, some other CT dog, to share ? Perhaps someplace, not so wasp .

Not a huge fan of Rawley's, they made me wait 30 minutes for a hot dog. Maybe try Super Duper Weenie. That's some tasty hot doggin goodness. I would rate it at a 7.9.
post #64 of 210
Woody's in Hartford makes a pretty good dog.
post #65 of 210
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Originally Posted by odoreater View Post
I didn't catch the game - all I see is that he got booked. What did he do?

Scored! Attachment 5480
post #66 of 210
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Originally Posted by romafan View Post

Haha, did you see how he ripped the ball out of the goalkeeper's hands? That's some funny shit: "gimme that, bitch".
post #67 of 210
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Originally Posted by MetroStyles View Post
Not a huge fan of Rawley's, they made me wait 30 minutes for a hot dog. Maybe try Super Duper Weenie. That's some tasty hot doggin goodness. I would rate it at a 7.9.


Metro,

Have you tried, Swanky Franks ?

I have looked the, sigh for Super Weenie next, time I will try.

Jpeirpont,

Hartford for me, is far from, the 95 but, I will try to remember if, I happen(to arrive) there.
post #68 of 210
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Originally Posted by eg1 View Post
Stop! You're killing me!

Oh, and for whatever reason we call these people "Ginos/Ginas" rather than "Guidos" in the GTA.

one word:

woodbridge

I have never met so many people named rocco, francesco, mauro and the odd Gene in my life.
post #69 of 210
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Originally Posted by jpeirpont View Post
Woody's in Hartford makes a pretty good dog.

Good burgers, too. I haven't eaten there in awhile, though.
post #70 of 210
Wait....there are people who are actually PROUD of being from New Jersey?

I need to go sit down and have a drink.
post #71 of 210
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Originally Posted by Augusto86 View Post
Wait....there are people who are actually PROUD of being from New Jersey?

I need to go sit down and have a drink.

There's a reason why it's the most densely populated state in the country, asshat.
post #72 of 210
London has the same sort of thing - we call them Essex girls.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Essex_girl
post #73 of 210
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Originally Posted by odoreater View Post
There's a reason why it's the most densely populated state in the country, asshat.

...And that reason is named "New York City".
post #74 of 210
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Originally Posted by Saucemaster View Post
...And that reason is named "New York City".

Dude you're delusional if you think that so many people live in New Jersey because of NYC. Sure, a lot of people that live here work or play in NYC, but the vast majority rarely go into NYC.

People live here because we have the best schools, the best jobs, the best opportunities, nice houses, etc. Has nothing to do with NYC.

I really don't understand all of this antagonism towards NJ, and much of it coming from people who I suspect have never even been here.
post #75 of 210
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...And that reason is named "New York City".

I agree, same with much of Southern CT, both owe much of their wealth to the city.
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