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« Reply #30 on: November 23, 2013, 02:47:33 PM »

7:15 PM.  Lunchtime at work.

You take your lunch in the evening?  Smile
I start work at 2PM and get off at 10:30PM, so yeah.  I usually take it around there but sometimes the work flow throws it off just a bit and it take it earlier/later.

Now it's 11:46 AM and I should be getting off my duff and picking up stuff for Thanksgiving fixin's next week.  I make enchiladas.
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« Reply #31 on: November 24, 2013, 12:37:52 PM »

I am from the U.S., but I am currently in Belgium on a work assignment.  It is 4:51 p.m. here, but 10:51 a.m. back home.  Here it is chilly and overcast.  I and there is no beer within arm's reach.  Therefore, I will be leaving my room shortly for some food and drink.



If you don't mind me asking, The Burgomaster, how is the local beer in Belgium? And the local chocolate? And can you get a Belgian waffle in Belgium? Some 50 years ago, when my late father was still in the U.S. Navy, he visited Belgium and brought back some Belgian chocolate. I remember, after all this time, it being pretty good. He didn't bring back any of the local beer or waffles, though.

The beer is great.  I especially like some of the Trappist beers (those wacky monks!) And the alcohol content is generally double (or more) the alcohol content of American beers.  I bring home chocolate every time I go.  The last time I was there, I brought home a few hundred dollars worth and we ended up throwing a lot of it away (even after giving some to just about everyone we knew).  I was a bit more conservative on this trip and brought home only about $80 worth.  The waffles are also good (although, Belgians don't refer to them as Belgian waffles . . . they're just called waffles).  For the most part, they aren't eaten for breakfast (as they are in the U.S.)  They seem to be more popular as afternoon snacks (often dipped in chocolate).

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« Reply #32 on: November 24, 2013, 04:39:45 PM »

I am from the U.S., but I am currently in Belgium on a work assignment.  It is 4:51 p.m. here, but 10:51 a.m. back home.  Here it is chilly and overcast.  I and there is no beer within arm's reach.  Therefore, I will be leaving my room shortly for some food and drink.



If you don't mind me asking, The Burgomaster, how is the local beer in Belgium? And the local chocolate? And can you get a Belgian waffle in Belgium? Some 50 years ago, when my late father was still in the U.S. Navy, he visited Belgium and brought back some Belgian chocolate. I remember, after all this time, it being pretty good. He didn't bring back any of the local beer or waffles, though.

The beer is great.  I especially like some of the Trappist beers (those wacky monks!) And the alcohol content is generally double (or more) the alcohol content of American beers.  I bring home chocolate every time I go.  The last time I was there, I brought home a few hundred dollars worth and we ended up throwing a lot of it away (even after giving some to just about everyone we knew).  I was a bit more conservative on this trip and brought home only about $80 worth.  The waffles are also good (although, Belgians don't refer to them as Belgian waffles . . . they're just called waffles).  For the most part, they aren't eaten for breakfast (as they are in the U.S.)  They seem to be more popular as afternoon snacks (often dipped in chocolate).



That's nice to know Burgomaster. While I have visited most of the countries in northern Europe, I have never visited Belgium. Maybe I can get there for the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo, which will be in 2015.
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« Reply #33 on: November 24, 2013, 05:34:41 PM »

I am from the U.S., but I am currently in Belgium on a work assignment.  It is 4:51 p.m. here, but 10:51 a.m. back home.  Here it is chilly and overcast.  I and there is no beer within arm's reach.  Therefore, I will be leaving my room shortly for some food and drink.



If you don't mind me asking, The Burgomaster, how is the local beer in Belgium? And the local chocolate? And can you get a Belgian waffle in Belgium? Some 50 years ago, when my late father was still in the U.S. Navy, he visited Belgium and brought back some Belgian chocolate. I remember, after all this time, it being pretty good. He didn't bring back any of the local beer or waffles, though.

The beer is great.  I especially like some of the Trappist beers (those wacky monks!) And the alcohol content is generally double (or more) the alcohol content of American beers.  I bring home chocolate every time I go.  The last time I was there, I brought home a few hundred dollars worth and we ended up throwing a lot of it away (even after giving some to just about everyone we knew).  I was a bit more conservative on this trip and brought home only about $80 worth.  The waffles are also good (although, Belgians don't refer to them as Belgian waffles . . . they're just called waffles).  For the most part, they aren't eaten for breakfast (as they are in the U.S.)  They seem to be more popular as afternoon snacks (often dipped in chocolate).



That's nice to know Burgomaster. While I have visited most of the countries in northern Europe, I have never visited Belgium. Maybe I can get there for the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo, which will be in 2015.

Belgium is definitely worth visiting.  I've been there about 4 times for work.  We always stay in Gent, but I've also visited Bruges, Antwerp, and Brussels on various day-trips.  Each one of those cities is a different experience.

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« Reply #34 on: November 25, 2013, 12:51:11 AM »

Belgium is definitely worth visiting.  I've been there about 4 times for work.  We always stay in Gent, but I've also visited Bruges, Antwerp, and Brussels on various day-trips.  Each one of those cities is a different experience.

Welcome back, Burgo.  Smile
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« Reply #35 on: January 12, 2014, 11:39:58 AM »

It is 11:39 A.M. and I just ate breakfast.
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« Reply #36 on: January 13, 2014, 01:02:29 AM »

08h01 AM here in Pretoria: the start of another work week.  Smile

It's 08h02 now.  Wink
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« Reply #37 on: January 13, 2014, 06:21:00 AM »

6:20 A.M. here. WTH am I doing up?
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« Reply #38 on: January 13, 2014, 06:39:22 AM »

Almost 13h40 here and it is about to rain.  Cheers
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« Reply #39 on: January 13, 2014, 06:47:58 AM »

6:47 A.M. I still can't believe I am awake. I don't start school until January 27th.
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« Reply #40 on: January 17, 2014, 12:33:41 PM »

     11:23:33, CST, Whitney, Texas, USA.

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« Reply #41 on: January 17, 2014, 12:44:40 PM »

11:43 AM here in Minnesota.  Lunchtime.  Only thing that ruins lunch is having to go back to work afterwards.  They shouldn't make a person do that on Friday.  It seems a bit unfair to me.
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« Reply #42 on: January 17, 2014, 01:33:15 PM »

1:32 P.M. and just finished watching The Internship. It was an OK movie so I didn't just waste my last 2 hours.
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« Reply #43 on: January 17, 2014, 06:11:41 PM »

It's 6:11 PM Eastern Time.
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« Reply #44 on: January 17, 2014, 06:22:51 PM »

There is no time here.
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