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Outer Mongolia is the land of horses and milk.

Airag and Saam
Airag or fermented mares milk is a national drink of nomads only in Mongolia using this unique drink as a daily meal. The technology for ferment of mare’s milk is genuine natural technology because it is generated only on wild steppe faun and origin climate. A herder’s family has ferment a dozens of liter airag a day. For Mongolians, Airag is a half-alcohol drink used as a tea, soft drink and beer.

Shimiin arkhi or Nermel vodka – home distilled milk vodka distilled from the yogurt, is one of the main alcoholic specialties in Mongolia. Five degrees of distillation are known – arkhi, arz, khorz, sharz and dun. As a rule, arkhi (or vodka) is consumed. Mongol arkhi is about 10-20o proofs, tasteless and transparent.
https://www.toursmongolia.com/about-mongolia/mongolian-foods-and-drinks/mongolian-beverages

 

stringertom

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Fun Fun Fun by The Beach Boys was a big hit with its surfer style California rock sound and lyrics about a naughty teenage girl whose driving privileges were suspended by dear old dad when he took back the keys to her Thunderbird.
 
Certain establishments of questionable repute seem to find themselves in the television news spotlights when things go awry, particularly during political election cycles.
 

stringertom

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Roe of sturgeon is more commonly referred to as the very expensive culinary dish caviar. This expense and snobby people’s obsession with it was humorously mocked in an unforgettable episode of Frasier:

 

Vcore89

G.O.A.T.
Farrah Fawcett liked tennis and had a long relationship with Ryan O'Neal, whose daughter Tatum married John McEnroe.

Players nowadays complain about how heavy their racquets are, and they're usually between 11 - 13 ounces on average while Farrah Fawcett sans sportsbra lugs a 16-ounce wood racquet effortlessly with bouncy-curly hair flashing her shiny white teeth. And oh, don't forget her perfect tan, it's gloriously golden!
 
Golden earrings and ornaments, according to the Bible, were used by Aaron to construct a molten calf, that they called a god, before which the Israelites ate, drank, and rose up to play.
 

Vcore89

G.O.A.T.
Invasion and close encounter of the turd kind somewhere in San Diego . . . the truth is out there; I want to believe.
 

stringertom

Bionic Poster
Believe it Or Not was a one-hit wonder song for Joey Scarbury when he sang a condensed one-minute version of the tune as the theme song for America’s Greatest Hero, an action drama TV series starring William Katt as an everyday young adult male who gains superhero powers when he wears a costume that aliens give him (a red and black suit) on a chance encounter. He hates wearing the outfit and, in a fit, throws the operating instructions away before realizing all the powers he could gain by simply wearing the costume. Hijinks abound as a result.

The show premiered prior to Reagan’s attempted assassination in 1981 by Robert Hinckley. The hero character’s name was Ralph Hinkley so producers had to arrange for all subsequent references to the hero be made as “Mister H” instead of his full last name.

Katt, who starred for all three seasons of the series, is the real life son of actress Barbara Hale, who starred for many years on Perry Mason as the attorney’s secretary Della Street. Katt later re-created the modern day version of PI Paul Drake in movie-length episodes of Perry Mason opposite his mother and Raymond Burr.
 
Burritos are big bombs wrapped in aluminum foil in the Mission District of San Francisco.

San Francisco Introduced America to the Burrito
By Jay Barmann

So, we know that Taco Bell played a big role in popularizing Mexican food in the U.S. But in case you weren’t aware, Febronio Ontiveros, longtime proprietor of El Faro at 20th and Folsom Street, introduced San Francisco to what we now call the Mission-style burrito. This overstuffed concoction, built with an extra-large flour tortilla (not a common sight outside Sonora, Mexico) and containing rice, beans, and plenty of meat, “governs what Americans now think of as a burrito,” says Mexican-food historian Gustavo Arellano.

In a new interview with Jonathan Kauffman, Arellano credits Ontiveros with S.F.’s first burrito, which he learned to make in work camps when he immigrated from Durango. And BurritoEater earlier cited September 26, 1961 as the day Ontiveros first slapped some sour cream and guac in there and created the super burrito. This concludes your lesson for today. [SFoodie]
http://www.grubstreet.com/2012/04/san-francisco-first-mission-style-burrito-ontiveros.html
 

Vcore89

G.O.A.T.
Blood sausage was orignally bound with ears, snout, organ meats and spices with either with buckwheat groats or barley. Nowadays, it's made with choiced cuts of pork shoulder, pork blood, pork fat, parsley, onions and ground aromatic leaves.
 

stringertom

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Haight St., etc. iz collectively reefered two az The Haight, which was the scene for The Love Summer of ‘67. Golden days near Golden Gate Park!
 

Vcore89

G.O.A.T.
Park your car some place else and decend to Hippie Hill for the thrumming and mind-numbing anuual 4/20 festival, and it's official, mj is being legally sold for non-medicinal purposes. Alternatively, attend Marc Benioff's Salesforce's Dreamforce for four fun-filled [merriment of the Caligula kind] days.
 
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stringertom

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“Ceiling wax” was what I “heard” Jagger sing in the lyrics of 19th Nervous Breakdown instead of “sealing wax.” It often made me wonder if Brits were fascinated with having their room ceilings look real shiny so to impress visitors.
 

Vcore89

G.O.A.T.
Impress visitors who visit your website by anticipting their needs [with the aid of web analytics such as, Google Analytics, Twitter Analytics, etc.].
 

stringertom

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Kleenex is a brand of facial tissues that became synonymous with the consumer product category, just like Band-Aid for small adhesive bandages. One example where an originator of a term list out was Otis Elevator Company, who coined the phrase “escalator” for their invention of a moving staircase. Other manufacturers like Westinghouse jumped on the name and Otis lost their proprietary rights to the name.
 

Vcore89

G.O.A.T.
Etchings at SFMOMA include works by Paul Klee.
Lee Majors feel trapped during his nearly decade- long marriage to 1970s sex symbol Farrah Fawcett! "I was on a top TV show; she was on a top TV show," Lee says of his time with the "Charlie's Angels" star.
-- National Enquirer
 
Lee Majors feel trapped during his nearly decade- long marriage to 1970s sex symbol Farrah Fawcett! "I was on a top; she was on a top," Lee says of his sex with the "Charlie's Angels" star.
-- National Enquirer
Stare at the sentence above and see how I read it. I tend to skim sentences very quickly when I read this forum, and mistakes can occur. Stringertom's bageler speak causes my eyes to trip and injure my brain. It's troubling.
Kleenex is a brand of facial tissues that became synonymous with the consumer product category, just like Band-Aid for small adhesive bandages. One example where an originator of a term list out was Otis Elevator Company, who coined the phrase “escalator” for their invention of a moving staircase. Other manufacturers like Westinghouse jumped on the name and Otis lost their proprietary rights to the name.
Name a brand of tissue in America other than Kleenax. I can't. It really dominates.
 

Vcore89

G.O.A.T.
Stare at the sentence above and see how I read it. I tend to skim sentences very quickly when I read this forum, and mistakes can occur. Stringertom's bageler speak causes my eyes to trip and injure my brain. It's troubling.

Name a brand of tissue in America other than Kleenax. I can't. It really dominates.
Ates is the goddess of criminal rashness and its punishment. It's anagram being: seat east eats sate.
 
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