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Postby The Miner Part 2 » Thu Sep 07, 2006 7:59 pm

DK wrote:
Fireball Express wrote:I'm a smoker and I get people coming up to me, "That's bad for you. It's not healthy".. My usual response is, "So is not minding your own business", said with a thick NY accent.

Do these people really care what I do. They would be upset for what, 15 minutes, hour tops, if I died. Really, you don't care about me. What they care about is being able to preach to someone and be all high and mighty.

Just shut up and keep walking, can't you see I'm trying to enjoy a cigarette. <img src=/forums/images/smiles/kiss.gif>


I'm not a smoker and I agree with this statement. It's your life, and it's not my job to tell you how to live it.


i disagree. it's your life but im supposed to tell you how to live it. NOW GIMMIE BEER
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Postby Fireball Express » Thu Sep 07, 2006 8:00 pm

Ever sit next to an obese person on an airplane. Forget about it if you have a window seat and they are in the middle seat. Arm rest? not a chance. You end up resting your arm on one of their sweaty rolls. Never mind that only one butt cheek fits in the seat. You end up with half an ass on your lap. And if you have to get up to go to the bathroom it's a hassle. When fatty gets up the whole plane shakes like you've just hit major turbulance. The fasten seatbelt lights go on and everyone panics. :-b
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Postby Omaha Red Sox » Thu Sep 07, 2006 8:02 pm

DK wrote:
Fireball Express wrote:I'm a smoker and I get people coming up to me, "That's bad for you. It's not healthy".. My usual response is, "So is not minding your own business", said with a thick NY accent.

Do these people really care what I do. They would be upset for what, 15 minutes, hour tops, if I died. Really, you don't care about me. What they care about is being able to preach to someone and be all high and mighty.

Just shut up and keep walking, can't you see I'm trying to enjoy a cigarette. <img src=/forums/images/smiles/kiss.gif>


I'm not a smoker and I agree with this statement. It's your life, and it's not my job to tell you how to live it.


Yep, very true. Judging people is just as bad as blowing smoke in their face.

FE, if you're a chef, how can you enjoy the food you prepare if you smoke? I smoked for years and the taste was sooooo much better after I quit.
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Postby Fireball Express » Thu Sep 07, 2006 8:07 pm

Omaha Red Sox wrote:
DK wrote:
Fireball Express wrote:I'm a smoker and I get people coming up to me, "That's bad for you. It's not healthy".. My usual response is, "So is not minding your own business", said with a thick NY accent.

Do these people really care what I do. They would be upset for what, 15 minutes, hour tops, if I died. Really, you don't care about me. What they care about is being able to preach to someone and be all high and mighty.

Just shut up and keep walking, can't you see I'm trying to enjoy a cigarette. <img src=/forums/images/smiles/kiss.gif>


I'm not a smoker and I agree with this statement. It's your life, and it's not my job to tell you how to live it.


Yep, very true. Judging people is just as bad as blowing smoke in their face.

FE, if you're a chef, how can you enjoy the food you prepare if you smoke? I smoked for years and the taste was sooooo much better after I quit.


Suprisingly enough, I have a great sense of taste and a great nose. I can walk into the place and tell you what foods are being prepared and what is being cooked just by smelling it. Can you smell carrots when they are being chopped downstairs? Somehow I can.

Oh and by the way (I mentioned it before in the "fashion turned into food thread) I'm officially semi-retired. For the last week I am no longer involved with the restaurant. :-)
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Postby Omaha Red Sox » Thu Sep 07, 2006 8:41 pm

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DK wrote:
Fireball Express wrote:I'm a smoker and I get people coming up to me, "That's bad for you. It's not healthy".. My usual response is, "So is not minding your own business", said with a thick NY accent.

Do these people really care what I do. They would be upset for what, 15 minutes, hour tops, if I died. Really, you don't care about me. What they care about is being able to preach to someone and be all high and mighty.

Just shut up and keep walking, can't you see I'm trying to enjoy a cigarette. <img src=/forums/images/smiles/kiss.gif>


I'm not a smoker and I agree with this statement. It's your life, and it's not my job to tell you how to live it.


Yep, very true. Judging people is just as bad as blowing smoke in their face.

FE, if you're a chef, how can you enjoy the food you prepare if you smoke? I smoked for years and the taste was sooooo much better after I quit.


Suprisingly enough, I have a great sense of taste and a great nose. I can walk into the place and tell you what foods are being prepared and what is being cooked just by smelling it. Can you smell carrots when they are being chopped downstairs? Somehow I can.

Oh and by the way (I mentioned it before in the "fashion turned into food thread) I'm officially semi-retired. For the last week I am no longer involved with the restaurant. :-)


Congrats on the semi-retirement...whatever that means. :-b B-)
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Postby Fireball Express » Fri Sep 08, 2006 1:50 am

Omaha Red Sox wrote:
Fireball Express wrote:
Omaha Red Sox wrote:
DK wrote:
Fireball Express wrote:I'm a smoker and I get people coming up to me, "That's bad for you. It's not healthy".. My usual response is, "So is not minding your own business", said with a thick NY accent.

Do these people really care what I do. They would be upset for what, 15 minutes, hour tops, if I died. Really, you don't care about me. What they care about is being able to preach to someone and be all high and mighty.

Just shut up and keep walking, can't you see I'm trying to enjoy a cigarette. <img src=/forums/images/smiles/kiss.gif>


I'm not a smoker and I agree with this statement. It's your life, and it's not my job to tell you how to live it.


Yep, very true. Judging people is just as bad as blowing smoke in their face.

FE, if you're a chef, how can you enjoy the food you prepare if you smoke? I smoked for years and the taste was sooooo much better after I quit.


Suprisingly enough, I have a great sense of taste and a great nose. I can walk into the place and tell you what foods are being prepared and what is being cooked just by smelling it. Can you smell carrots when they are being chopped downstairs? Somehow I can.

Oh and by the way (I mentioned it before in the "fashion turned into food thread) I'm officially semi-retired. For the last week I am no longer involved with the restaurant. :-)


Congrats on the semi-retirement...whatever that means. :-b B-)


Thanks.
I'll tell you why I say I'm semi-retired.
For 11 years I dedicated many hours of blood, sweat amd burns. I've worked in a very intense enviorment. I ran a tough kitchen where I demanded speed and quality. I worked many hours, most of them when the common person is home relaxing or out having fun. I seemed to miss out on a lot of activities I have always enjoyed such as fishing, golfing, concerts and countless social affairs. The last movie I was able to catch after work was the Lord of the Rings Part 3 and that's b/c I closed early on a slow night. If it didn't happen on Sunday it didn't usually happen for me. So whatever I decide to do, after taking some time off, I will make sure I leave room for the quality of life. You know, enjoy life. Getting out of the restaurant is like a stone lifted off my cheast. The stress that place (and myself) put on me was incredible. I almost feel like a retiree when basically I am unemployed, lol.
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Postby davidmarver » Fri Sep 08, 2006 6:51 am

South Park: Episode 713 - Butt Out wrote:Kevin Harris: The first successful commercial crop of tobacco was cultivated in Virginia in 1612. Within seven years it was one of the country's largest exports.

Kyle: So, tobacco helped to build America.

Kevin Harris: That's right. Over the next few centuries the tobacco business was so great that many slaves were brought from Africa to help work the fields.

Cartman: Which means, if it weren't for tobacco, many of our black friends wouldn't be here today.

Kevin Harris: And so for centuries, tobacco production flourished. Nobody was even aware of any dangers back then, until, in 1965, when Congress passed an act forcing all tobacco companies to put the Surgeon General's warning on their packages. So now, everyone knows the dangers of smoking. And some people still choose to do it, and we believe that's what being an American is all about.

Kyle: That sounds perfectly reasonable.

And, for the record, I think smoking is disgusting. :-P
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Postby josebach » Fri Sep 08, 2006 8:27 am

Madison wrote:What if you're standing between them and McDonalds when it opens?


This one was my favorite. Nice post! :-b
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Postby Coppermine » Fri Sep 08, 2006 8:34 am

josebach wrote:
Madison wrote:What if you're standing between them and McDonalds when it opens?


This one was my favorite. Nice post! :-b


Yeah, let's just say, for the record, that if you smoke... don't block the entrance to McDonalds.

Go smoke in front of Whole Foods or some other soy-product market. Those hippies eat healthy AND don't care that you smoke.
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Postby acsguitar » Fri Sep 08, 2006 11:10 am

Coppermine wrote:
josebach wrote:
Madison wrote:What if you're standing between them and McDonalds when it opens?


This one was my favorite. Nice post! :-b


Yeah, let's just say, for the record, that if you smoke... don't block the entrance to McDonalds.

Go smoke in front of Whole Foods or some other soy-product market. Those hippies eat healthy AND don't care that you smoke.


Its funny that hippies eat healthy yet will put countless other chemicals into their body so that they think they can understand Phish lyrics.

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