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(Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)   If you're running for Sheriff you should avoid calling a campaign volunteer a profane name and then threaten to cut off his hands and eat them   (post-gazette.com) divider line 6
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2013-03-27 02:12:57 AM
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wildcardjack: CaptSacto: You'd have to make soup or stew out of them. They're way too bony otherwise.
Smoked, maybe.

Pickled.

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Due to age, the flesh would be gamy and tough, unless slow cooked.  Possibly acceptable if boiled or simmered slowly for the gelatin, to make a good, rich stock for soups or stews.

I'm sure the pig's feet would be good for something, too.
2013-03-27 02:03:29 AM
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Amos Quito: Despair of the Cheese: He must have a brother named Carl. They get cravings for hands now and again.


Finger sammiches.


A handwich, if you will.
2013-03-27 01:48:38 AM
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Despair of the Cheese: He must have a brother named Carl. They get cravings for hands now and again.



Finger sammiches.
2013-03-27 01:43:36 AM
1 votes:
What if the volunteer had a rumbling in his belly?  One that only hands can cure?
2013-03-27 12:00:45 AM
1 votes:
But what if you're Governor? Does that at least allow you to bite off fingers?
2013-03-26 11:11:36 PM
1 votes:
Unless it's your opponent's campaign volunteer and you're running in Maricopa County,  AZ.  Then you'll win.
 
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