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Author:  Halden [ Tue Sep 06, 2005 1:12 pm ]
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Karate eh... Is that so you can get buff and virile to attract Gil Grishom?

Author:  aDam [ Tue Sep 06, 2005 5:10 pm ]
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Newport Restaurant wrote:
You won't find a better burger on Richmond road.
Are those your words or Newport words 'cause either way that sounds like a direct jab at the Works.

Author:  Mr. Glass [ Tue Sep 06, 2005 5:33 pm ]
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aDam wrote:
Newport Restaurant wrote:
You won't find a better burger on Richmond road.
Are those your words or Newport words 'cause either way that sounds like a direct jab at the Works.


Both, since I speak for everyone at Moe's World Famous Newport Restaurant.

Author:  Halden [ Tue Sep 06, 2005 5:58 pm ]
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All six of the retired cab drivers and the homeless guy?

Author:  aDam [ Tue Sep 06, 2005 7:57 pm ]
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He's technically not homeless since he gets his mail addressed to Moe's kitchen.

Author:  Mr. Glass [ Wed Sep 07, 2005 7:39 am ]
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Halden wrote:
All six of the retired cab drivers and the homeless guy?


The homeless make one mean pizza.

Author:  Halden [ Wed Sep 07, 2005 7:54 am ]
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For other places of equal calibre you could try:

Puzzles on Richmond ( it also makes the false claim of best burger in Westboro)
The WhiteHorse on Tremblay road
The Vanier Grill

or any establishment with a salad bar in an industrial park.

Author:  Mr. Glass [ Wed Sep 07, 2005 8:29 am ]
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Calling out a sports bar? Isn't that grounds to kick you out of the Crappy Restaurant Club you and my brother seem to be a part of?

Next thing you might talk about the hygienic quality of Local Heroes!!

Author:  Guest [ Wed Sep 07, 2005 9:48 am ]
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Actually I would never call Local Heroes Hygenic, nor would I frequent a sports bar other than for a cheap lunch and cheap beer.

I was suggesting those restaurants for such classy events as birthdays and family meals as per the Gardner Family tradition of going to crappy, dingy places for dinner (ie Newport, Grillman's etc...)

Author:  Mr. Glass [ Wed Sep 07, 2005 10:20 am ]
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We do at times like to go to different restaurants. It creates a bit more variety than Ostrich or Kangaroo meat with various pieces of fruit as toppings served in burger form, two times a week.

If you order a large drink at The Works does it come in a mason jar?

CLASSY.

Where I eat it rarely requires a checklist.

Author:  Halden [ Wed Sep 07, 2005 12:49 pm ]
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I guess a Mason Jar or Measuring cup isn't as classy as getting a can from the store but not everyone can live to such high standards.

Variety is teh spice of live and I guess you guys do get adventurous and go to Kelseys or St-Hubert once in a while.

No checklist, Yeah I hate when my mind is so simple that it can't comprehend a menu more complicated than Pepperoni Pizza, Hot Hamburgers or Ribs.

Author:  Mr. Glass [ Wed Sep 07, 2005 12:59 pm ]
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Halden wrote:
No checklist, Yeah I hate when my mind is so simple that it can't comprehend a menu more complicated than Pepperoni Pizza, Hot Hamburgers or Ribs.


I guess you like all of life’s spices...as long as they come sandwiched between two sesame buns with some ketchup.

But if we're trying to get to the bottom of your vast mental comprehension, you might want to start with the internet login feature, and see where you go from there.

Author:  Halden [ Wed Sep 07, 2005 1:14 pm ]
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Ketchup never touches a Works Burger and I have quite the repertoire of Restaurants as I have more than one meal a week. As for judging ones mental capacity by their proficiency with the internet that would be like judging an athlete by the capabilities of a handicapped person.

Author:  Mr. Glass [ Wed Sep 07, 2005 1:34 pm ]
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Halden wrote:
I have quite the repertoire of Restaurants as I have more than one meal a week.


I bet none of them are World Famous.

Author:  Halden [ Wed Sep 07, 2005 1:38 pm ]
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Many would be internationally renowned but none would be self-procalimed "World Famous"

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