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There's a snacken out there called "Munchies" basically it's just they put a bunch of different Frito Lay cheps in the same bag I was like "C'mon that is a hell of lazy way to bring a product to market!" But then I tried the Munchies had to admit they was perty good.
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Today, after 7 years, I finished my residency.

Congrats! Let's meet up in Vegas in Feb and celebrate.
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Does anyone think it's a coincidence the Cavaliers won their road games in "Golden State" aka Oakland once they stopped wearing navy? I don't think it's a coincidence. Navy got no business in their colors no business at all.
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Does anyone think it's a coincidence the Cavaliers won their road games in "Golden State" aka Oakland once they stopped wearing navy? I don't think it's a coincidence. Navy got no business in their colors no business at all.

it always perplexes me when they show "home town scenery" during telecasts. For the warriors its always beautiful scenes of the San Francisco Bay, and the City of San Francisco, but the fucking Oakland Warriors play in an industrial part of bland Oakland (there are beautiful areas across the bay bridge, just not where the warriors play).

its like whenever the Jets/Giants play they show scenes from manhattan (like radio city music hall), when in fact the New York Jets/Giants play in industrial swampland depressing assed New Jersey.
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I saw Shalimar the Clown, which is a brand new opera based on Salman Rushdie's book. (I didn't see the world premiere performance, but pretty close.) It's one of the best operas I've seen. I might buy another ticket and watch it again.
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Does anyone think it's a coincidence the Cavaliers won their road games in "Golden State" aka Oakland once they stopped wearing navy? I don't think it's a coincidence. Navy got no business in their colors no business at all.

This is not a coincidence. I almost wrote a strongly worded letter to Dan Gilbert urging them not to wear the blue road jerseys anymore, but obviously someone else had the same idea.
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when in fact the New York Jets/Giants play in industrial swampland depressing assed New Jersey.
There are many beautiful parts of New Jersey. None of them are near godforsaken NYC, however.
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There are many beautiful parts of New Jersey. None of them are near godforsaken NYC, however.

Yup, conversely I get pissed when people hate on NJ and the "jersey shore" when in fact that sandy hook/jersey shore area is some of the prettiest/liveable/best food/(if you have the money) water front areas in the whole US. Its kind of shocking how much the Jersey Shore did that much ill will in terms of perception for that actually beautiful awesome area.
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The "Jersey Shore" of stereotype is actually just a handful of tourist towns with public beaches. There are plenty of nice, quiet areas, even just outside the borders of those godforsaken places.

It's like calling the Smoky Mountains a shithole when all you've seen are Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge.
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"The O.C." is more than silicone housewives and spoiled kooks brah

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"The O.C." is more than silicone housewives and spoiled kooks brah

Yeah, it's their kids too
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Yup, conversely I get pissed when people hate on NJ and the "jersey shore" when in fact that sandy hook/jersey shore area is some of the prettiest/liveable/best food/(if you have the money) water front areas in the whole US. Its kind of shocking how much the Jersey Shore did that much ill will in terms of perception for that actually beautiful awesome area.


I'm for anything that keeps people away from NJ beaches. They should do a Jersey Shore Cape May edition. It would be a bunch of old people sitting around on the porch of their victorian style home thinking about going to the Batter for happy hour. 

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I would drive the 2 hours for Maruca's pizza in Seaside Heights.

 

lefty

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New Jersey is complete garbage. The people. The food. The clothing. Everything. Stop trying to front.
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