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“We love lamb and eat it often, but normally in the form of t-bone or lollipop chops, and usually grilled.”
“We will also continue to have ham, hamburger, t-bone steak, pork chops, bacon, sausage, chicken and fish when ever we wish.”
“Oh yes, we will capture them then call you soft hearted do gooders so you can bring them moon pies, t-bone steaks, give them massages, provide them with prostitutes, etc.”
“To employ a metaphor here, I certainly hope that if I'm ticketed for rolling through some stop signs along an abandoned road, I'm not lumped in with drunken drivers who t-bone school buses filled with children.”
“If my butcher says that as a professional butcher I really don't want that t-bone for my beef stew, odds are he's right.”
“Except that as every conservative knows such losers love to cruise around in cadillacs when they go to t-bone steak parties at the CRA-paid mansions of other losers. pjcamp says:”
“I would not want to eat a t-bone after it was riding on the hood of a car on the expressway so why would I let me venison get all that dust and dirt on it before I eat it?”
“Guys, all the arguments about parasitical, exploitative government workers STEALING THE PROPERTY of voters to give themselves a luxurious lifestyle (mansions, cadillacs, t-bone steaks) are motivated by these points:”
“I love my venison as much as anyone but I also love a tenderloin, ribeye, t-bone, and porterhouse when cooked correctly over charcoal.”
“Anyway - doubtful that I could make it but after birthday dinner last night - highly recommend the Tasmanian t-bone at the Station Hotel …”
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