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    can you make me a loaf of pretzel bread whatever?

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    Who's making pretzel bread? That sounds good.

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    I don't understand how this can be interpreted as a popularity thread. I know that I wouldn't want someone put on a list like this simply so they could be included. Cause, you know, someone might actually ask their advice. And one would hope that the advice would be worthwhile.

    That said, since I'm sure modesty prevented her from including herself...

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    It is. It's pretty much a soft pretzel in bread form.

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    *brings in a large picnic basket of breads, including pretzel bread, as was made for thanksgiving*

    yes- talents are being mentioned and I'm very tempted to hit some people up with questions later!
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    Quote Originally Posted by runvardh View Post
    I work in IT though the things I used to be good at I've half lost from disuse or have become outdated.

    I tend to keep up on information pertating to space flight and astronomy. Most of my practical application, on the other hand, I'm sure is mediocre.



    LOL, I'd rather not.

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    ( I am going to the london planetarium next week so may have some q's to ask you)
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    Oh, oh!!!!!!!!!! Whatever, can you make those chewy Bavarian pretzels that have the shiny dark brown outside and the big salt on them? Please?????

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    I forgot! Saslou- hypnotism!

    and if you'd asked me the other evening fidelia, I'd still have a few of them!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ayoitsStepho View Post
    I think my expertise lies with photoshoping. I've done it for three years, had my own website for 2 years and even trained a few people how to do it as well.
    There, I just tooted my own horn.
    I have Elements 7 and sadly have never even really used it because it seemed time consuming and daunting. And now 8 is out in all its coolness. What kind of a website did you have?

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    Who's an expert in telling similar types apart? I posted a thread and only have one answer so far, who can i ask?
    "We knew he was someone who had a tragic flaw, that's where his greatness came from"

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