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This vid clip will make you happier...in any culture, language or political environment. by Lounge Trekker on 9 November 2006 11:48am
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5P6UU6m3cqk

Lounge Trekker
 
Re: This vid clip will run on most machines by Lounge Trekker on 9 November 2006 9:24pm
 
See this vid clip, guys, it will brighten your day.

Lounge Laugher
 
Re: This vid clip will make you happier...in any culture, language or political envornment. by sighthound on 9 November 2006 9:34pm
 
Hysterical....
 
Re: This vid clip will make you happier...in any culture, language or political envornment. by canaveralgumby on 9 November 2006 9:59pm
 
I was recently watching a Discovery show about laughter or humor...they showed how primates bond with their babies by tickling. They showed a chimpanzee playing with her baby, and I thought, there should be a 24-hr. laughing baby chimp channel.
 
Re: This vid clip will make you happier...in any culture, language or political envornment. by Lounge Trekker on 9 November 2006 10:02pm
 
Tell me how to make my digital camera a web-cam and I'll provide a 24-hour, foolish forty-four year old laughing channel!

Laughing Trekker
 
Re: This vid clip will make you happier...in any culture, language or political envornment. by sighthound on 9 November 2006 11:28pm
 
To counter the Alzheimers in the house, I just got a beaded, rainbow-painted sign that says "LAUGH" and hung it on the bathroom mirror. Never fails to bring a smile to my face and often will get me laughing at my reflection smiling at it. Laughter is often the best medicine.
 
Re: This vid clip will make you happier...in any culture, language or political environment. by kazzzz on 10 November 2006 7:57am
 
Try typing "charlie the unicorn" into utube....bizarre!
 
Re: This vid clip will make you happier...in any culture, language or political environment. by Sophie-Louise on 10 November 2006 10:11pm
 
PETE! show them the video of your cauliflower mushroom!!!!!
 
Pete (Lounge Trekker) with a cauliflower mushroom. by Lounge Trekker on 10 November 2006 10:15pm
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lC670mGys08

The scientific name is Sparassis radicata. It's considered choice eating. I've found it best in a chow mein. It has a chicken-like flavour when done like this. I've also eaten them sauteed in garlic butter and in soups, but when I find one...I make a chow mein.

I use 'The Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Mushrooms' but the diversity and variety within the species, classes,groups, etc. makes determination of the exact mushroom very difficult. I recommend this manual if you are going to pick mushrooms in North America. I stick with a few fairly common varieties, but I do bring home interesting prospects for spore prints in the hopes of expanding my menu of wild mushrooms.

If you click on the 'added by Lounge Trekker' link at top right you can see other vid clips I've posted.

Lounge Director
 



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