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    There's a Fuddrukkers in Highland Park, mate . . . bring it up to 245lbs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panama Hat View Post
    There's a Fuddrukkers in Highland Park, mate . . . bring it up to 245lbs
    as in the Fudd=okker Proxy ?

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    Chicago is a fun place to go eating, really good Polish food.
    Haven't been there for awhile now....35 years!..Geezers!...

    I gotta cousin there I aught visit one of these days.
    But the window for nice weather there is pretty narrow. July is best!

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    I went there once, obviously not in July and froze my ass off mind you I was in Bkk at the the time so flight from Thailand to the big windy was too much for a poor kiwi and I thought NZ was cold.

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    One of three cities I attended uni . . . It was nice enough, but too bloody cold and the demarcation between white working class, black, hispanic is palpable and dangerous to cross.
    Luckily in Winnetka and Wilmette/Skokie all was peaceful and pretty . . . except for the K-Mart I worked at part-time.

    Having arrived from Australia in May I believe, I went and bought a soft-top/sides Wrangler . . . awesome . . . until the cold set in and it was simply shite . . . made some money getting cars out of their snow-tombs

    Kind of a love-hate relationship, really

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    A little Italian lunch we had today at a venue with outside dining -
    In Chicago? B'rrrrr. Reckon placs like Sydney, California, Miami etc are more suite to dining al fresco.

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