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 Post subject: Re: ask doug
PostPosted: Thu September 29, 2016 2:26 am 
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lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
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no..but i'm going to sell brisket and pork sandwiches to drunk people at the nearby pub on sundays soon

do you need some kind of license to do that?


probably...this is the same dive bar that we buy tamales from an old mexican guy in a cowboy hat on sunday nights...i'm not worried

i'm not going to report you or anything, but just be careful


my wife bakes tons of bread..apparently you can sell that without a license..if asked we'll just say they're paying for bread and the brisket is free..

doesn't it matter where you're selling though?


this place won't be a problem...its a bar that doesn't serve food and we know all the employees and plenty of the regulars who want us to do it


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doug rr wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
doug rr wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
doug rr wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
doug rr wrote:
no..but i'm going to sell brisket and pork sandwiches to drunk people at the nearby pub on sundays soon

do you need some kind of license to do that?


probably...this is the same dive bar that we buy tamales from an old mexican guy in a cowboy hat on sunday nights...i'm not worried

i'm not going to report you or anything, but just be careful


my wife bakes tons of bread..apparently you can sell that without a license..if asked we'll just say they're paying for bread and the brisket is free..

doesn't it matter where you're selling though?


this place won't be a problem...its a bar that doesn't serve food and we know all the employees and plenty of the regulars who want us to do it

how much for a sandwich?


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lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
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So do you guys believe in angels, or uh

i don't know...do you?

i don't know either

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 Post subject: Re: ask doug
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Dscans wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
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So do you guys believe in angels, or uh

i don't know...do you?

i don't know either

do you believe in god?


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cutuphalfdead wrote:
doug rr wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
doug rr wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
doug rr wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
doug rr wrote:
no..but i'm going to sell brisket and pork sandwiches to drunk people at the nearby pub on sundays soon

do you need some kind of license to do that?


probably...this is the same dive bar that we buy tamales from an old mexican guy in a cowboy hat on sunday nights...i'm not worried

i'm not going to report you or anything, but just be careful


my wife bakes tons of bread..apparently you can sell that without a license..if asked we'll just say they're paying for bread and the brisket is free..

doesn't it matter where you're selling though?


this place won't be a problem...its a bar that doesn't serve food and we know all the employees and plenty of the regulars who want us to do it

how much for a sandwich?


$4-5...nothing outrageous..just to get money back to buy another brisket and my time for staying up all saturday night into sunday morning


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 Post subject: Re: ask doug
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doug rr wrote:
cutuphalfdead wrote:
doug rr wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
doug rr wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
doug rr wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
doug rr wrote:
no..but i'm going to sell brisket and pork sandwiches to drunk people at the nearby pub on sundays soon

do you need some kind of license to do that?


probably...this is the same dive bar that we buy tamales from an old mexican guy in a cowboy hat on sunday nights...i'm not worried

i'm not going to report you or anything, but just be careful


my wife bakes tons of bread..apparently you can sell that without a license..if asked we'll just say they're paying for bread and the brisket is free..

doesn't it matter where you're selling though?


this place won't be a problem...its a bar that doesn't serve food and we know all the employees and plenty of the regulars who want us to do it

how much for a sandwich?


$4-5...nothing outrageous..just to get money back to buy another brisket and my time for staying up all saturday night into sunday morning

describe your real life personality


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after they all eat salty brisket sandwich an ice cream truck would kill it there about 5pm


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 Post subject: Re: ask doug
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doug rr wrote:
cutuphalfdead wrote:
doug rr wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
doug rr wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
doug rr wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
doug rr wrote:
no..but i'm going to sell brisket and pork sandwiches to drunk people at the nearby pub on sundays soon

do you need some kind of license to do that?


probably...this is the same dive bar that we buy tamales from an old mexican guy in a cowboy hat on sunday nights...i'm not worried

i'm not going to report you or anything, but just be careful


my wife bakes tons of bread..apparently you can sell that without a license..if asked we'll just say they're paying for bread and the brisket is free..

doesn't it matter where you're selling though?


this place won't be a problem...its a bar that doesn't serve food and we know all the employees and plenty of the regulars who want us to do it

how much for a sandwich?


$4-5...nothing outrageous..just to get money back to buy another brisket and my time for staying up all saturday night into sunday morning

What kind of bread? What else is on it?


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lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
Dscans wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
Dscans wrote:
So do you guys believe in angels, or uh

i don't know...do you?

i don't know either

do you believe in god?

no so i guess that answers my question

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lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
doug rr wrote:
cutuphalfdead wrote:
doug rr wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
doug rr wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
doug rr wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
doug rr wrote:
no..but i'm going to sell brisket and pork sandwiches to drunk people at the nearby pub on sundays soon

do you need some kind of license to do that?


probably...this is the same dive bar that we buy tamales from an old mexican guy in a cowboy hat on sunday nights...i'm not worried

i'm not going to report you or anything, but just be careful


my wife bakes tons of bread..apparently you can sell that without a license..if asked we'll just say they're paying for bread and the brisket is free..

doesn't it matter where you're selling though?


this place won't be a problem...its a bar that doesn't serve food and we know all the employees and plenty of the regulars who want us to do it

how much for a sandwich?


$4-5...nothing outrageous..just to get money back to buy another brisket and my time for staying up all saturday night into sunday morning

describe your real life personality


easy going..love talking to anybody on the streets, in a pub or the grocery store but I hate having to go to planned events where I don't know anybody


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 Post subject: Re: ask doug
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Dscans wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
Dscans wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
Dscans wrote:
So do you guys believe in angels, or uh

i don't know...do you?

i don't know either

do you believe in god?

no so i guess that answers my question

i see


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 Post subject: Re: ask doug
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cutuphalfdead wrote:
doug rr wrote:
cutuphalfdead wrote:
doug rr wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
doug rr wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
doug rr wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
doug rr wrote:
no..but i'm going to sell brisket and pork sandwiches to drunk people at the nearby pub on sundays soon

do you need some kind of license to do that?


probably...this is the same dive bar that we buy tamales from an old mexican guy in a cowboy hat on sunday nights...i'm not worried

i'm not going to report you or anything, but just be careful


my wife bakes tons of bread..apparently you can sell that without a license..if asked we'll just say they're paying for bread and the brisket is free..

doesn't it matter where you're selling though?


this place won't be a problem...its a bar that doesn't serve food and we know all the employees and plenty of the regulars who want us to do it

how much for a sandwich?


$4-5...nothing outrageous..just to get money back to buy another brisket and my time for staying up all saturday night into sunday morning

What kind of bread? What else is on it?


my wife is great with sourdough and baguettes...we would take orders on what they want on it as the bar is only a couple blocks away and we would make them as ordered..


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doug rr wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
doug rr wrote:
cutuphalfdead wrote:
doug rr wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
doug rr wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
doug rr wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
doug rr wrote:
no..but i'm going to sell brisket and pork sandwiches to drunk people at the nearby pub on sundays soon

do you need some kind of license to do that?


probably...this is the same dive bar that we buy tamales from an old mexican guy in a cowboy hat on sunday nights...i'm not worried

i'm not going to report you or anything, but just be careful


my wife bakes tons of bread..apparently you can sell that without a license..if asked we'll just say they're paying for bread and the brisket is free..

doesn't it matter where you're selling though?


this place won't be a problem...its a bar that doesn't serve food and we know all the employees and plenty of the regulars who want us to do it

how much for a sandwich?


$4-5...nothing outrageous..just to get money back to buy another brisket and my time for staying up all saturday night into sunday morning

describe your real life personality


easy going..love talking to anybody on the streets, in a pub or the grocery store but I hate having to go to planned events where I don't know anybody

so would you consider yourself extro or intro verted?


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can i just say lenny you're doing a masterful job of keeping both these conversations going

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lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
doug rr wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
doug rr wrote:
cutuphalfdead wrote:
doug rr wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
doug rr wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
doug rr wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
doug rr wrote:
no..but i'm going to sell brisket and pork sandwiches to drunk people at the nearby pub on sundays soon

do you need some kind of license to do that?


probably...this is the same dive bar that we buy tamales from an old mexican guy in a cowboy hat on sunday nights...i'm not worried

i'm not going to report you or anything, but just be careful


my wife bakes tons of bread..apparently you can sell that without a license..if asked we'll just say they're paying for bread and the brisket is free..

doesn't it matter where you're selling though?


this place won't be a problem...its a bar that doesn't serve food and we know all the employees and plenty of the regulars who want us to do it

how much for a sandwich?


$4-5...nothing outrageous..just to get money back to buy another brisket and my time for staying up all saturday night into sunday morning

describe your real life personality


easy going..love talking to anybody on the streets, in a pub or the grocery store but I hate having to go to planned events where I don't know anybody

so would you consider yourself extro or intro verted?


75% extrovert...I'm not close to being shy though on the introvert side...sometime I just don't want to be anywhere and have to talk to people


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you lose some money in the market or something, dougray?


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Dscans wrote:
can i just say lenny you're doing a masterful job of keeping both these conversations going

i appreciate that...i'm a pretty good multi tasker


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spike wrote:
you lose some money in the market or something, dougray?


no, why? the dividends just keep rollin' in...


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doug rr wrote:
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you lose some money in the market or something, dougray?


no, why? the dividends just keep rollin' in...

you want to be the bbq king of los angeles, don't you


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 Post subject: Re: ask doug
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doug rr wrote:
75% extrovert...I'm not close to being shy though on the introvert side...sometime I just don't want to be anywhere and have to talk to people

I consider myself a staunch introvert, but I'm not at all shy. I just find people to be draining.


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