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 Posted: Mon Aug 23rd, 2010 12:36 am
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Phosphates go bye-bye;
No more dolphin in tuna.
The world's gone to Hell.



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Enzymes beat phosphates -
Consumer Reports says so!
Cascade makes the best?



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Consumer Reports:
pack o' ho's slurpin' the trough.
But this stuff works good.



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Cleans 48 loads!

"Deep, enzyme-activated"!

See? I told you so! 



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But... but, the tuna:
it still doesn't taste as good
as it used to. Damn!



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doesn't taste as good

probably because it went

through the dishwasher

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Caught me a tuna,

don't wanna clean it by hand.
Dishwasher tuna! :idea:



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Tuna, marinated in Jet Dry, my favorite.  It has to be lemon flavored, though!



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Tuna and Jet Dry:
a Gulf of Mexico fave.
Best with Corexit®.



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Corexit? Oh, no!

No "flavors" available.

"Human hazard: Low."



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But, in order to get rid of the side effects of Corexit, you need Washatol, Geritol, Midol,  etc etc

 



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Geritol won't help
Louisiana shrimpers
They're shit outta luck!



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The Gulf's been smacked down.
Make lemonade from lemons:
Geritol tuna!



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"Geritol tuna"?
Makes my innards churn to think...
Pepto for dessert?



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sweet tuna ice cream
a delectable dessert
hand churned, innards burn



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You can tune a piano but you can't tuna fish.



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"Sublime Master" Scott;
Has no clue as to "haiku"...
Comments? Passing strange!

:touched:



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Whatever, Between you and Madbrad I feel like I'm in the 3rd grade and I'm being graded on this stuff, GEESH!



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All is forgiven!
As a "Sublime Master", Scott
Chime in anytime!

:buddha:

(And as you're a former ABS Tech, Scott...nothin' but respect, mah man!)

Last edited on Sat Oct 2nd, 2010 05:42 pm by Robin the Hood



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