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    posted a message on Do you have any play buttons of any type?

    I have a diamond play button. iDubbbzTV taught me how to get one. : ^ )

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    posted a message on I grew out of a phase...

    Good, good. Proud of you my son.

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    posted a message on What do you want out of life?
    Quote from Aaron678»

    Could you be just a little more specific?

    Don't worry fam, I got you covered lil' man.


    The Deep Deep dish pizza is 'Detroit-Style' Pizza that has a crispy outer-crust and comes in the shape of a square that is one to two inches thicc. Each pizza is cut into four slices, and each box contains two pizzas for $8 (10$ for a stuffed crust one I believe). The dough is topped with sauce, loads of cheese, and comes with your choice of a variety of different toppings such as pepperoni or sausage


    Even though Little Caesar's doesn't do delivery, all of their pizzas are hot-and-ready to go as soon as you purchase one from the cashier. Specialty pizzas on the other hand may have to be cooked on order though, so you may have to wait a good 10 to 20 minutes to enjoy your Deep Deep Dish Pepperoni and Cheese Stuffed Crust Pizza. They also sell traditional circular pizzas, but those don't have enough corners for a maniacal edge lord such as myself.


    Thank you so much friendolini mussolini! Your totally not sarcastic post has made me realize that I want something more out of life than just a Deep Deep Dish Pepperoni and Cheese Stuffed Crust Pizza... I want to be a spokesperson for Little Caesars! Well then, I'm off. I can't be late for my after-midnight pizza seminar at the Little Caesar's Pizza Headquarters in Michigan. Next you see me, I'll be the very wealthy, successful, and charismatic skelington that I have always dreamed of being since two seconds ago. Bonne chance!

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    posted a message on What do you want out of life?

    A stuffed crust pizza. Not just any stuffed crust pizza though, but a Little Ceaser's deep deep dish pepperoni and cheese stuffed crust pizza.

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    posted a message on Pokémon
    Quote from rabidgoodra27»

    Has Bank ever had gen 4/5 support? Or was all of my time spent using Poketransfer a waste of time? I've recently done some SR'ing in HG and it is epic to get a Pokemon that is shiny locked in the new versions.


    There's support for it. When you buy your subscription for PokéBank you also have the option of downloading Poké Transporter which allows you to do a one-way transport of all of the Pokémon in the first box of your BW/B2W2 PC into PokéBank; which you can then put on any of your gen 6 games. There isn't support for gen 4, but all you have to do is just trade them over to BW/B2W2 if you want to transfer those Pokémon.

    I'm just wondering if PokéBank will continue to have support for Poké Transporter when it is updated for SM.
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    posted a message on Your GOTY 2016

    Pokemon Sun and Moon. Definitely the best entry in the series story-wise, and if you disagree with me then at least we can all agree that it is miles above Pokemon X and Y.

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    posted a message on Pokémon

    Don't forget about the Japanese trailer guys, it shows off some new locations that the English trailer didn't show.


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    posted a message on Official Chat Thread: New Beginnings
    Quote from dragonogon»

    So, I started school on Monday, and I take French. I got my first homework in french, and the thing is, the teacher didn't even teach us what the words meant. Almost as if the teacher expected everyone in their class to know how to speak basic french before school.


    I have a feeling that within a month or so, I'll have an F in that class.



    In that case:

    1.) Google the definitions of the words and reword them for your answers. Maybe leave a few wrong answers to set the bar lower for yourself, then when your teacher actually does start teaching you French you can actually put in effort into your homework and exceed their expectations.

    2.) Your teacher probably expects that you won't know the words that were given to you, in which case just fill in whatever or ask them for help whenever you get the chance; but don't put down any correct answers or else they will either assume you have a stronger understanding in French than you actually have or they might suspect you of cheating. If you can call them or e-mail them then ask for help and give them your situation. Like, you have an entire weekend duuuuude. Don't fret over it.

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    posted a message on Official Chat Thread: New Beginnings

    Well that fixed me up with my daily dose of cancer for the day.

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    posted a message on Official Chat Thread: New Beginnings
    Quote from Buttons_1»


    You don't need to put them back in the fridge once you've pre-cooked the fries. Just remove them from the oil when they are cooked and soft, but not browned yet, Then drain them on a paper towel. Putting them in the fridge while you wait for the second cook may ruin it. But when you are ready to cook them again, turn the heat up a bit and fry them until golden brown. Remove them, and drain them on a paper towel again. Also note that the first time you cook them you should have the oil at a lesser heat than the second time.

    Also, if you are doing a large amount of fries, don't cook the entire lot at once, do them in smaller portions to ensure that they are all evenly cooked. The first time you cook them (just to soften them), keep the heat at about 300 F. the second time about 400 F.

    And yeah, soaking them in water for a while before you start the process is a good idea, and at that stage it doesn't matter if they are refrigerated or not. just be sure to dry them off in paper towel before chucking them in the oil. (use fresh paper towels in each step of the process)



    By the time I saw your post I already put the pre-cooked fries in the fridge (they've been in there for over an hour already). Oh well, if it does mess them up at least I know what to do the next time I make these. I did do the rest of the stuff pretty spot on with what you said though, but I heard to deep fry them at 350 for the second time. Guess I'll make the first batch at 350, then fry them at a higher temperature if they don't turn out right. Thanks for the advice. c:


    EDIT: Just finished dinner about an hour ago and the fries I cooked were slightly crispy on the outside and were fluffy on the inside. Definitely going to experiment around with different methods of preparation and cooking french fries since buying a bag of russet potatoes from Sam's Club is cheaper than buying the frozen stuff.

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