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2019-04-11 04:19:15 PM  
Hey, I've got a great idea to drive traffic to our site. Let's take a slideshow, and make it worse.
 
2019-04-11 05:58:52 PM  
B-side to the 80s one-hit wonder band Re-Flex.
 
2019-04-11 06:08:33 PM  

FrancoFile: B-side to the 80s one-hit wonder band Re-Flex.


The Reflex was by Duran Duran, hardly a one hit wonder
 
2019-04-11 06:16:32 PM  

chitownmike: FrancoFile: B-side to the 80s one-hit wonder band Re-Flex.

The Reflex was by Duran Duran, hardly a one hit wonder


Are you in charge of finding treasure in the dark, or something?
 
2019-04-11 06:28:33 PM  

chitownmike: FrancoFile: B-side to the 80s one-hit wonder band Re-Flex.

The Reflex was by Duran Duran, hardly a one hit wonder


Sigh

The Politics of Dancing
Youtube AN40EWNZK8A


The band is called Re-Flex.
 
2019-04-11 07:39:19 PM  
Your blog sucks is mildly interesting.
 
2019-04-11 08:32:22 PM  

iron de havilland: Hey, I've got a great idea to drive traffic to our site. Let's take a slideshow, and make it worse.

People will think you're exaggerating, but you're not. That webpage is...something. When I have the time to click on 1,000 different type of pastas, then I'll go back to click on everything. To find out the history of each, you have to click on each of these images:

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2019-04-11 09:04:04 PM  
Rigatoni are ridged tubes of pasta, somewhat wider than penne, that may be straight or slightly curved by the extrusion process. They have parallel grooves running down the length of the pasta, hence their name, which stems from rigare (to rule or furrow). They are at their best with substantial, punchy, meaty sauces - famously con pajata, the intestines of unweaned calves, cooked with the mother's curdled milk still inside.
 
2019-04-11 10:07:59 PM  

whyRpeoplesostupid: They are at their best with substantial, punchy, meaty sauces - famously con pajata, the intestines of unweaned calves, cooked with the mother's curdled milk still inside.


Well now who could say no to that?
 
2019-04-11 10:50:15 PM  

whyRpeoplesostupid: Rigatoni are ridged tubes of pasta, somewhat wider than penne, that may be straight or slightly curved by the extrusion process. They have parallel grooves running down the length of the pasta, hence their name, which stems from rigare (to rule or furrow). They are at their best with substantial, punchy, meaty sauces - famously con pajata, the intestines of unweaned calves, cooked with the mother's curdled milk still inside.


There's a whole other side to Italian cooking, most of which sounds like it started as a dare.

/don't get me started on Sardinian Death Cheese
 
2019-04-11 10:57:26 PM  
Subby you muthafarker
 
2019-04-11 11:42:01 PM  

whyRpeoplesostupid: Rigatoni are ridged tubes of pasta, somewhat wider than penne, that may be straight or slightly curved by the extrusion process. They have parallel grooves running down the length of the pasta, hence their name, which stems from rigare (to rule or furrow). They are at their best with substantial, punchy, meaty sauces - famously con pajata, the intestines of unweaned calves, cooked with the mother's curdled milk still inside.


What the ever-lovin fark?
 
2019-04-13 03:29:01 AM  

whyRpeoplesostupid: Rigatoni are ridged tubes of pasta, somewhat wider than penne, that may be straight or slightly curved by the extrusion process. They have parallel grooves running down the length of the pasta, hence their name, which stems from rigare (to rule or furrow). They are at their best with substantial, punchy, meaty sauces - famously con pajata, the intestines of unweaned calves, cooked with the mother's curdled milk still inside.


Huh.  Well, that's one way to get cheese in your pasta sauce.

/Would I try it?
//Yes, yes I would.
 
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