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than the BBQ in the SF Bay Area is the weather and the only thing 
worse than the weather is the people. Don't ever come here. Shoot 
yourself first. Run for the hills if anyone even begins to suggest 
such a thing. It will scar you for life.

Y'all don't come back now, y'hear?


At 5:42 PM +0200 7/31/02, bryan wrote:
>  >If you want real BBQ, you have to come to the Deep South.
>>Nothing in Silly Valley will come close.  Nothing in
>>New York would even qualify.
>>Austin, Texas.  Good place to start.  Good Q and fast
>Well I'll tell you the best BBQ I ever had was at Brother-In-Laws on
>Divisadero in San Francisco. Me and my partner stopped in there to eat
>after a long day of hippieing out on the Haight, we had the hot BBQ.
>They got jalapeno seeds in their sauce(or maybe it's sauce in their
>jalapeno seeds - hell maybe it's habanero seeds - it was hot enough).
>Anyway we're eating and pretty soon his eyes start tearing up and he
>says to me "dude, don't you think this is really hot" well I did of
>course but no way I would let him know, so manfully struggling back the
>tears of joy at the beauty of Brother-in-Law's BBQ I said "No", so then
>he had to try my ribs, which he did, and manfully struggling back his
>own tears he avowed: "That's weird. Yours don't seem that hot".
>Anyway I just had to share that story, and so as to bring us all back to
>the subject at hand and not to seem like I'm abusing the list or
>anything - this was the very incident that gave rise to my interest in
>markup technologies; and why I'm all for meeting for a BBQ to iron out
>Schema-Semantic Web-URI differences, if said BBQ can be said to be of
>good quality.
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Rex Brooks
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