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Author:  charlesdarwin [ Thu April 23rd, 2015, 18:18 GMT ]
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^ Round here we call the cheelice

Author:  Trev [ Thu April 23rd, 2015, 19:08 GMT ]
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charlesdarwin wrote:
^ Round here we call the cheelice


Ah, Charles, a very different law enforcement agency altogether. Instead of a police/cheese hybrid, it's a cheese/police hybrid. Still, as long as they get the job done!

Author:  supermabel1 [ Thu April 23rd, 2015, 19:35 GMT ]
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Shropshire blue. There, I've said it. That's all I'm saying.

Author:  Trev [ Thu April 23rd, 2015, 21:42 GMT ]
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^
Respect!

Author:  oldmanemu [ Fri April 24th, 2015, 00:12 GMT ]
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Trev wrote:
^
Then you should call the pol-cheese. This is a police/cheese hybrid. They may assist. So call the pol-cheese.

:lol: :lol:

Author:  raging_glory [ Fri April 24th, 2015, 00:49 GMT ]
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Maybe he could just call the Big Cheese.

Author:  supermabel1 [ Fri April 24th, 2015, 01:02 GMT ]
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^ Sage Derby advice, raging! 8)

Author:  Trev [ Thu July 30th, 2015, 01:23 GMT ]
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A man walks into a shop and buys some cheese.
But by the end of the week he's finished the cheese. So he goes back to buy some more cheese.
Having successfully accomplished this task he returns home.
This time the cheese lasts him ten days.

Author:  Harry Truman [ Mon August 10th, 2015, 20:37 GMT ]
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Brie’s father has 5 daughters – Nana, Nene, Nini, Nono. What is the fifth daughters name?

A: If you answered Nunu, you are wrong. It’s Brie!

Author:  slimtimslide [ Mon August 10th, 2015, 21:49 GMT ]
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My flabber is completely ghasted by this wonderfully stinky thread - a world of cheese at our fingertips. I hope sony take note and issue a special edition BS Series with the grooves cut into a disc of Mongolian sheep cheese. As the disc revolved and the stylus cut into the cheese I would stand by my cheese-player with a slice of bread and some pickles, and cleaning the disc after use would be SO satisfying.... mmm I need a cigar... and some Stinking Bishop.

Author:  StrangeHobo [ Fri November 27th, 2015, 08:24 GMT ]
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Oh you kept this thread alive :lol:

Author:  Harry Truman [ Wed December 9th, 2015, 15:03 GMT ]
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This Holiday Season, celebrate with the Holiest of cheese, Swiss.

Author:  Leonard [ Fri December 11th, 2015, 19:49 GMT ]
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It's Christmas so I spend a small fortune on cheese with Cranberry running through it.

Why is it still in the back of fridge uneaten in March?

Author:  doomedtoloveyou [ Sat December 12th, 2015, 00:58 GMT ]
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During the Holidays, I always have about 10 different cheeses in my refrigerator - ready to pull out at a moment's notice to serve to passers-by, along with assorted crackers and wine - the very best welcoming refreshments. :D :D

Author:  StrangeHobo [ Sun December 20th, 2015, 09:27 GMT ]
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What's you favorite cheese to eat while listening to "The Cutting Edge" boxset?

Author:  oldmanemu [ Mon December 21st, 2015, 03:32 GMT ]
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StrangeHobo wrote:
What's you favorite cheese to eat while listening to "The Cutting Edge" boxset?

bluevein

Author:  slimtimslide [ Mon December 21st, 2015, 04:15 GMT ]
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It is very gratifying to see that the prince of foodstuffs is still under discussion. I have discovered that blue cheese contains a natural form of amphetamine (well, actually I didn't discover it, I read about it the other day) - this explains a great deal. It is after 4am, I have a busy day tomorrow, and yet I am wide awake having consumed some very nice Danish Blue.... I hope it won't lead to harder cheeses. If it does, I guess that will just be 'hard cheese' to coin a phrase.

I have found that The Cutting Edge is perfect for slicing a medium cheese, and a nice Emmental, with plenty of holes in, accompanies it very well - in fact those tracks that are incomplete seem almost custom made, the holes intersecting very well with the pauses in the recording. Bob was really on to something during his cheese/amphetamine period. I suspect he ate little else, but it clearly kept him productive and full of, well - not beans exactly... cheese I suppose.

Author:  kuddukan [ Mon December 21st, 2015, 04:48 GMT ]
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This thread still makes no sense to me n

Author:  Harry Truman [ Mon December 21st, 2015, 22:38 GMT ]
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StrangeHobo wrote:
What's you favorite cheese to eat while listening to "The Cutting Edge" boxset?


I prefer smoked Gouda. It has an edible, brown rind and a creamy, yellow interior. It perfectly complements the Cutting Edge.

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Can you really turn French cheese into electricity? If there’s a will, there’s a whey

Author:  slimtimslide [ Tue December 22nd, 2015, 01:07 GMT ]
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Harry Truman wrote:
StrangeHobo wrote:
What's you favorite cheese to eat while listening to "The Cutting Edge" boxset?


I prefer smoked Gouda. It has an edible, brown rind and a creamy, yellow interior. It perfectly complements the Cutting Edge.

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Can you really turn French cheese into electricity? If there’s a will, there’s a whey


Sounds good, but a nice creamy french cheese infused with garlic works wonders too.... I am trying to use a different cheese for each track session on Cutting Edge, as each song has it's own fragrance and depth, just like good cheese. I do wonder if the mould on my favourite cheeses is reflected by the tape foxing, and I am not a huge fan of digital cheese. In an ideal world cheese would mostly be in mono, but experienced through fabulous taste buds, not dissimilar to studio quality speakers, but located in the mouth and nose. I hope eventually to catalogue each cheese/track interface, and even different vintage cheeses as compared to different takes of the same song - the small variations mean so much, and some cheeses reach their full potential earlier than one might think, just like a woman.

Author:  StrangeHobo [ Tue December 22nd, 2015, 08:34 GMT ]
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kuddukan wrote:
This thread still makes no sense to me n


I was kinda surprised how this continued anyways..

Author:  slimtimslide [ Tue December 22nd, 2015, 08:40 GMT ]
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StrangeHobo wrote:
kuddukan wrote:
This thread still makes no sense to me n


I was kinda surprised how this continued anyways..



Like mid 60s Bob, or rust, cheese never sleeps.

Author:  oldmanemu [ Wed December 23rd, 2015, 12:27 GMT ]
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kuddukan wrote:
This thread still makes no sense to me n

Go back to the start and slowly and carefully read each post, then possibly you may just be able see how it all makes sense.

Author:  Harry Truman [ Wed December 23rd, 2015, 14:51 GMT ]
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kuddukan wrote:
This thread still makes no sense to me n


Does it make sense to women?

Author:  jimb727 [ Wed December 23rd, 2015, 21:14 GMT ]
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Harry Truman wrote:
kuddukan wrote:
This thread still makes no sense to me n


Does it make sense to women?


Better, does it make sense to midgits

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