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Old 02-24-2012, 06:20 PM   #1
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I just had the best Cod-Fish Plate with cole-slaw and fries....The BFW-Post was packed with people who are no eating meat for the next few weeks....Do you eat meat on Lent ???...or how-ever you spell-it.........



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Old 02-24-2012, 07:24 PM   #2
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Sounds good! I used to observe Lent and the other liturgical seasons but stopped quite a few years ago for several reasons: (1) it reminded me of my ex-wife ('nuff said on THAT subject) and (2) the more I dug into the politics of the national organization of the church I attended, the more I saw how hypocritical they are.

For the record, that's just me and my opinion. YMMV and it you get something out of observing Lent then go for it.

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Only meat i ever eat is some sushi occaisionally and maybe an oyster po-boy every now and then; does that count?

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That BFW-Hall or Post was so packed with people you would of thought they where giving-away free fish or something...I go to eat fish there every friday and today was packed like I never seen-it before....The cod-fish was great......

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Sounds good! I used to observe Lent and the other liturgical seasons but stopped quite a few years ago for several reasons: (1) it reminded me of my ex-wife ('nuff said on THAT subject) and (2) the more I dug into the politics of the national organization of the church I attended, the more I saw how hypocritical they are.

For the record, that's just me and my opinion. YMMV and it you get something out of observing Lent then go for it.

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Was she a REDHEAD, i hear they're x-tra spicy.... if you get some on you, do you roll around in the grass LOL...
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Wish they did that where I live

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FYI, for the lent observers, McAllisters has a special Lent menu with their veggie stuff.
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I just had the best Cod-Fish Plate with cole-slaw and fries....The BFW-Post was packed with people who are no eating meat for the next few weeks....Do you eat meat on Lent ???...or how-ever you spell-it.........
Given that I was raised Presbyterian and we raised beef cattle and always had a freezer full of it, my family did not give up meat for Lent.

Up here in WI, I generally opt for haddock versus cod.


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