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Bloom County by Berkeley Breathed for May 03, 2009

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    ejcapulet  over 12 years ago

    Steve’s word as a gentleman… um… I think we’re all thinking the same thing here.

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    cleokaya  over 12 years ago

    Hmm, needs some barbeque sauce.

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    Sisyphos  over 12 years ago

    Steve and all trial lawyers!

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    wndrwrthg  over 12 years ago

    I hope he had some fava beans and a nice chianti to go with them.

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    Radical-Knight  over 12 years ago

    Hey, Doc! Ever eaten rattlesnake? I have, at the Rattlesnake Roundup in Walnut Springs, Texas. I asked what it tasted like and sure enough the cook said “Tastes like chicken”. Well, I thought it tasted more like sardines than any chicken I ever tasted, fried, baked, bar-b-qued or burnt. It probably tastes better than Lawyer though. XD

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    mark.berte  over 12 years ago

    There’s a joke about taste: the creator was making up and assigning tastes near the end of his labors, and after all the veggies, then beef, fish, pork, and chicken, he stopped for a moment, looked at all the other fauna tastes he needed to come up with, shrugged his shoulders, threw up his hands and said, everything else tastes like chicken, and so it was.

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    orionsdaughter  over 12 years ago

    Actually, the person who coined that phrase was Christopher Columbus, when he wrote in his report to the Queen that the natives had served him a large snake for dinner and “the flesh is white and tastes like chicken.”

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    Yukoneric  over 12 years ago

    Yes, “Fried Green Tomatoes”! Cooked him right up.

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    mourdac Premium Member over 12 years ago

    That’s one way to reduce the # of trial lawyers in the U.S.

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    jrbj  over 12 years ago

    I think if you marinated him overnight and then barbecued him he’d probably taste okay. I’m not quite sure which wine to serve though. Maybe a darker wine with a fruity taste.

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    Hoot11  almost 11 years ago

    He’s just,.. well, really…really innocent,

    ROFL great opening argument.

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