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  1. Standard memberChessPraxis
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    17 Jan '13 01:35
    A steady part of a poor American's diet since 1982.
  2. Standard memberHandyAndy
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    17 Jan '13 01:441 edit
    Originally posted by ChessPraxis
    A steady part of a poor American's diet since 1982.
    How come I didn't get any?
  3. Standard memberChessPraxis
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    17 Jan '13 01:57
    Originally posted by HandyAndy
    How come I didn't get any?
    You gotta be so poor, you can't afford a down payment on a free lunch.
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    17 Jan '13 02:09
    alot of peeople depend on that gift, not something to make light of
  5. Standard memberChessPraxis
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    17 Jan '13 02:18
    Originally posted by YEAH BOY
    alot of peeople depend on that gift, not something to make light of
    Not making light of, more like showing the light. We'll all soon be living off of it along with food from food banks.
  6. Standard membersumydid
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    17 Jan '13 03:31
    Originally posted by YEAH BOY
    alot of peeople depend on that gift
    Most, by design.
  7. SubscriberKewpieonline
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    17 Jan '13 04:131 edit
    It's for Gubment Mice.
  8. Standard membersumydid
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    17 Jan '13 04:15
    Originally posted by Kewpie
    It's for Gubment Mice.
    I've eaten gubment cheese and personally I think it's excellent. The gubment cheese I've eaten comes in big 2 to 5 pound blocks and tastes somewhere between white American and Velveeta. If I had access to some gubment cheese right now, I'd use it to make some badass queso dip.
  9. SubscriberKewpieonline
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    17 Jan '13 04:161 edit
    Originally posted by sumydid
    I've eaten gubment cheese and personally I think it's excellent. The gubment cheese I've eaten comes in big 2 to 5 pound blocks and tastes somewhere between white American and Velveeta. If I had access to some gubment cheese right now, I'd use it to make some badass queso dip.
    If you're not a Gubment Mouse, you're taking the cheese out of their baby mice's mouths. You should feel guilty.
  10. Standard membersumydid
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    17 Jan '13 04:45
    Originally posted by Kewpie
    If you're not a Gubment Mouse, you're taking the cheese out of their baby mice's mouths. You should feel guilty.
    I not a mice. I a fluffy li'l bunny. Me like carrots too! 🙂
  11. SubscriberKewpieonline
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    17 Jan '13 04:59
    OK, I guess bunnies can like cheese too. 🙂
  12. Standard memberChessPraxis
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    17 Jan '13 05:29
    From cheese to mice to bunnies? 😕
    I'd have gone cats, dogs...
  13. SubscriberKewpieonline
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    17 Jan '13 06:01
    My cats like cheese. Perhaps it's the association with mice ...
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    17 Jan '13 06:08
    Do mice actually like cheese, or would they just eat anything...?
  15. SubscriberKewpieonline
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    17 Jan '13 06:16
    They aren't actually great fans of cheese. Peanut butter, chocolate, anything sticky works best for me, although I've seen people get great results with no bait at all. So long as you put the trap in the right place (along the wall) the mouse will eventually walk into it.
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