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  1. Uskoke commented on Pearls Before Swine 3 months ago

    @leftwingpatriot:my godmother, who’s german and from Frankfurt am Main (which is the full german name) says there’re no frankfurters in Frankfurt, it’s a foreign invention, like the chinese fortune cookies.the most common german fast food is Currywurst (=curry sausage)

  2. Uskoke commented on Cul de Sac 3 months ago

    @Gokie5QI have 2 pet turtles (red eared sliders) that wil gladly eat everything:mosquiotes, wasps, bees, flies, my fingers, grapes, bacon, cheese,apples, turtle food goes without saying (small dried shrimps).

  3. Uskoke commented on Soup to Nutz 3 months ago

    In german cigarette boxes, they used to print:“Der Bundesgesundheitsministerheisst” (the federal health minister says)one word!But it was in the ’80s.The rest was of course that smoking damages your health.

  4. Uskoke commented on JumpStart 4 months ago

    @TAZZ555:אתה מדבר עברית? אני דימיטריס

  5. Uskoke commented on Big Nate 6 months ago

    Don’t count your chickens before they’re hatched, anyway. Been there, done that.

  6. Uskoke commented on Nancy 6 months ago

    Sylvester and Tweety?

  7. Uskoke commented on Big Nate 6 months ago

    I remember that arc!But I won’t spoil it for the rest of us.

  8. Uskoke commented on Peanuts 6 months ago

    So what, Charlie, I know that my cat belonged to someone else, who got to be an arts major but couldn’t take her with him in college, in the other end of the country. She’s the best pet I ever had, she’s very careful, clean, and kills all vermin, including mice.

  9. Uskoke commented on Pearls Before Swine 6 months ago

    @Liverlips:no wonder, since today’s CPUs contain billion transistors. Back in ’69, it was much less, even by using VLSI chips. Even my humble AMD FX has 1.5 billion transistors.

  10. Uskoke commented on Soup to Nutz 6 months ago

    There’s the famous german saying, :“Warum ist die Banane krumm”? why is the banana bent? (Banane is capitalized because all nouns in german must be capitalized).