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#1 Jul 08 2013 at 2:33 AM Rating: Default
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No matter where you live in the world, now you can easily learn and hifz Quran with many other Islamic courses that you like to learn and its all being offered from Quran learning online.
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#2 Jul 08 2013 at 6:25 AM Rating: Good
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Is the quran as dull a read as the bible?
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I burned a copy of the quran.
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I burned a copy of the quran.
That joke is way too old and stopped being funny a long, long time ago.
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#5 Jul 08 2013 at 7:55 AM Rating: Good
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Is the quran as dull a read as the bible?


No clue, but the Bhagavad Gita is actually a pretty good read, if you're at all interested in some Hindu holy texts.
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So Hindu's get fun holy texts, the Kama Sutra and their holy men smoke weed and smile for the tourists all day. They really have this religion thing figured out don't they?
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So Hindu's get fun holy texts, the Kama Sutra and their holy men smoke weed and smile for the tourists all day. They really have this religion thing figured out don't they?


They can't eat beef.
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That is a downside, they make a mean curry in India though, that kinda makes up for it.
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Religion with food restrictions is no salvation to me.
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Not even when they decorate their temples with new *** positions to try?
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#12 Jul 08 2013 at 8:19 AM Rating: Good
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A bacon double cheeseburger is better than a still picture.
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Embrace Dionysus and you could probably use religion to combine the cheeseburger and the ***, plus wine.

Take that, organized religion.
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
Elinda wrote:
Is the quran as dull a read as the bible?


No clue, but the Bhagavad Gita is actually a pretty good read, if you're at all interested in some Hindu holy texts.


Hey I think I know the Bhagavad Gita; it has that song you normally sing around Hanukkah, right?
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
Elinda wrote:
Is the quran as dull a read as the bible?


No clue, but the Bhagavad Gita is actually a pretty good read, if you're at all interested in some Hindu holy texts.


Hey I think I know the Bhagavad Gita; it has that song you normally sing around Hanukkah, right?
Your knowledge of religions is impeccable Mrs Palin.
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
Elinda wrote:
Is the quran as dull a read as the bible?


No clue, but the Bhagavad Gita is actually a pretty good read, if you're at all interested in some Hindu holy texts.


Hey I think I know the Bhagavad Gita; it has that song you normally sing around Hanukkah, right?
Your knowledge of religions is impeccable Mrs Palin.

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What if you set fire to a CD containing Quran.txt -- is that a problem?

It will contribute to global warning.

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And it's more fun to put it in the microwave instead.
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So, like what, did you all just forget where the report post for banning button is? or what???
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Sometimes it's just fun to take a decisively crap thread and turn it arguably interesting while ignoring the OP.
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That joke is way too old and stopped being funny a long, long time ago.

Oh god. I didn't start laughing until I read your post because I didn't even catch the joke.
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So, like what, did you all just forget where the report post for banning button is? or what???

Hey, we're blaspheming our God in here, a bit of respect please.
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I didn't vote for him.
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#26 Jul 10 2013 at 7:40 AM Rating: Good
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OMG, I used his name vainly.
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#27 Jul 10 2013 at 7:59 AM Rating: Good
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OMG, I used his name vainly.


Mainly in Spain while speaking plainly in the rain?
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Mainly in Spain while speaking plainly in the rain?

Now we come to ticks and tocks, sir.
Try to say this Mr. Knox, sir....
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I came here to post the Quran DVD burning joke, but this thread has left a bad taste in my mouth.

His Excellency Aethien wrote:
That is a downside, they make a mean curry in India though, that kinda makes up for it.


I mean, how can you even say that? Nothing beats a good steak. Well, one thing beats a good steak: A good steak with a side of bacon. Thank god, I was born in the right part of the world.
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#30 Jul 10 2013 at 11:59 AM Rating: Good
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I'm not really a steak fan. But curry is delicious.
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I love a good steak but a good curry is really **** awesome too.
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I came here to post the Quran DVD burning joke, but this thread has left a bad taste in my mouth.

His Excellency Aethien wrote:
That is a downside, they make a mean curry in India though, that kinda makes up for it.


I mean, how can you even say that? Nothing beats a good steak. Well, one thing beats a good steak: A good steak with a side of bacon. Thank god, I was born in the right part of the world.


Bacon is good with certain cuts of steak, but I find my favorite cuts are those that do not require anything else to be absolutely delicious.
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Bacon is good with certain cuts of steak, but I find my favorite cuts are those that do not require anything else to be absolutely delicious.


Ribeye FTW!
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Vataro wrote:
Bacon is good with certain cuts of steak, but I find my favorite cuts are those that do not require anything else to be absolutely delicious.


Filet Mignon only gets better when you wrap it with thick cut bacon.
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Why ruin a good slice of bacon with cow-meat?
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Bacon is good with certain cuts of steak, but I find my favorite cuts are those that do not require anything else to be absolutely delicious.


Filet Mignon only gets better when you wrap it with thick cut bacon.


And as it turns out, that's not my favorite cut of steak.
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Elinda wrote:
Why ruin a good slice of bacon with cow-meat?
Bacon double cheeseburger. Unkosher in at least three faiths.
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It's the antichrist of fastfood.
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Why ruin a good slice of bacon with cow-meat?
Bacon double cheeseburger. Unkosher in at least three faiths.

At least four during lent. Smiley: laugh
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I'm not well-versed in beef cut terminology, but I believe there's something called a sirloin in English, and it's fantastic!
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Yup.
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New York Strip steak is awesome on the barbecue. Just salt and pepper both sides and throw it on over red hot coals. Serve with an ice cold beer.

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cynyck wrote:
New York Strip steak is awesome on the barbecue. Just salt and pepper both sides and throw it on over red hot coals. Serve with an ice cold beer.

Don't serve beer ice cold, it's a waste of beer because you can't taste it if it's very cold.


Of course, if you are drinking ********** the colder the better.
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
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Bacon double cheeseburger. Unkosher in at least three faiths.
At least four during lent. Smiley: laugh
I'm looking for ways to incorporate shrimp into it. And by looking, I mean the idea is in my head and that's about the extent of the effort I've put into it.

Edited, Jul 11th 2013 3:14pm by lolgaxe
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New York Strip steak is awesome on the barbecue. Just salt and pepper both sides and throw it on over red hot coals. Serve with an ice cold beer.

Don't serve beer ice cold, it's a waste of beer because you can't taste it if it's very cold.


Of course, if you are drinking ********** the colder the better.
I shall take up your challenge! This weekend I will drink ice cold Founders Porter and cold Founders Porter and see if I can determine a difference in taste.

Yes, this will be a great sacrifice, but I do this For Science!

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It's a porter, it should be served at close to room temperature. And if you serve it relatively cold and drink it slowly you can smell and taste the difference as it warms up.
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I know that when my heineken goes from ice cold to cold it's like "okay, need to drink faster". And then when it goes from cold to no longer cold it's like ********** I took to long, chug this now before it gets worse."

I'd say it's a crap beer, but it goes decently with pretzels when it's cold imo.
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Heineken is basically the Dutch Bud or Coors or whatever, not much different from any other large brand pilsner.
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
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At least four during lent. Smiley: laugh
Only on Fridays. Unless you forget.


Aww, do whatever the **** you want.
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It's a porter, it should be served at close to room temperature. And if you serve it relatively cold and drink it slowly you can smell and taste the difference as it warms up.
Sheesh. Science is hard.

I just can't drink warm beer. I may have to go through the rest of my life missing out on that. Too much warm beer in college to undo the taste memory now.

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I had a geology professor who was on a dig in Africa for something like 3-6 months, and unsurprisingly developed a taste for warm beer in that time.

Probably about 2% of my lecture was paying attention (ever), but when he said that every single student let loose a cry of disgust. Smiley: lol
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