velo-gastronomy; was Re: [CR] Apology to NK, [CR]A sad loss!


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Date: Sun, 25 Jul 2004 19:34:45 -0400
Subject: velo-gastronomy; was Re: [CR] Apology to NK, [CR]A sad loss!
From: <unreceived_dogma@mindspring.com>
To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
cc: Michael Butler <allondon@rock.com>
cc: Michael Butler

And, I would also watch out for "Michél's Epicurian Velo-Ocities" in Soho. No telling what he threw into that "Fillet-Brazed Wiener-schnitzel"!

:-O, :-/, :-) Michael Lebron NYC

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>From: unreceived_dogma@mindspring.com

>To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org

>Cc: Michael Butler <allondon@rock.com> , nkilgariff@yahoo.com

>Subject: Re: [CR] Apology to NK, [CR]A sad loss!

>Date: Sun, Jul 25, 2004, 7:00 PM

>


>Hello List:

>

>RE "At least Mike Lebron got an answer there were no crumbs at the table for

>me. I wonder if Mr. Lebron knows what a fish supper is let alone a pickled

>onion?"

>

>Sorry, no sad loss to me, I'm not buying any of this.

>

>For the record, because:

>

>1) I have not been even aware of this thread until now

>

>2) those who know me know that I have NEVER claimed to know the difference

>between a lugless frame and a fish supper, nor a welded frame and a pickled

>onion, or a dill pickle and a cottered crankset for that matter*

>

>3) I CAN detect an olfactory difference between the smell of pickled onions

>and p _ _ s,

>

>I therefore resent being drawn into Mick's p _ _ _ ing contest in this

>manner, and find an apology to be called for!!!

>

>Now, let me see if I can find the outset of this thread...

>

>As always, from your humble velo-gastronomist,

>Michael Lebron

>NYC

>:-)

>

>*I'd stay away from "Mike's Velo-Cafe" in Manhattan's East Village if I were

>you.