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Re: “Super Bowl Snack Attack: What to Eat While You Cheer for the Seahawks (Because the Patriots are Cheaters)

Dear Random Pats Fan, Air particles don't expand. Heat makes them move faster, which increases pressure as they bang against the walls of the football faster. In a closed environment, like a football should be unless you stick a needle in it to allow some moles of gas to escape, when the temperature drops, the volume and pressure should react inversely, i.e. the football will get a little flatter (and easier to grip and catch) while the pressure remains constant. But beyond all that, just because you win doesn't mean you didn't cheat. If Sammy Sosa went to bat with a corked bat and walked all four times he was up, and the Cubs (miraculously) won the game, he was still cheating.

However, I do have to agree with your thesis about rubbing balls to make them expand and then seeing them deflate when they hit cold air. Wait, are we still talking about football?

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Posted by Chris Chamberlain on 01/31/2015 at 10:06 PM

Re: “Super Bowl Snack Attack: What to Eat While You Cheer for the Seahawks (Because the Patriots are Cheaters)

the PATRIOTS DIDNT CHEAT brady and bilicheck deflated the balls to the standard and when the air particles hit heat the expand when they hit cold air they contract so when the pats rubbed the balls to making them expand when the balls hit the cold air they contracted making the pats balls deflated also they found they deflated balls in the first half were the pats only scored 7 out of 48 points after the first half they used inflated balls so the pats still would have won from 7 to 28... cased closed

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Posted by therandomperson on 01/31/2015 at 8:21 PM

Re: “The Best Homemade Food Not Made at Home

Love the summertime and garden events, but as soon as you have begun to-order food out of your house you have to pay attention who you've invited, if everyone enjoys the same, or whether you have to order some thing specific for all the characters. For a backyard party, it could possibly be a good idea to take some menu or a buffet .Choose lord we're living in 21st sentry and there are businesses which gives you a little different alternatives depending on everything you pick - therefore of course it's something you just need to take into account. At the same time you should novel disposable dinnerware, for who wants to spend a very long time clearing up when it's enjoyable time to go with. Basically this guy's arrange your the hole Garden Party - http://www.natursamarbejdet.dk

Posted by David Schrock on 01/31/2015 at 2:12 PM

Re: “The Family Wash Is Moving; Chef John Stephenson to Helm New Kitchen

Agreed, it will not be the same at a different location. Disappointed, but I have to support. I've been a loyal patron for years.

I was told the Family Wash was expanding in the same building a few years ago, but they never did.

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Posted by GuitarHeroDan77 on 01/31/2015 at 11:47 AM

Re: “The Family Wash Is Moving; Chef John Stephenson to Helm New Kitchen

It can't still be The Family Wash - the name came from being in that space.

Family Wash was the name of the building's previous occupant, as well - a laundromat/video arcade.

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Posted by Eastsider on 01/30/2015 at 3:00 PM

Re: “Super Bowl Snack Attack: What to Eat While You Cheer for the Seahawks (Because the Patriots are Cheaters)

@Vanderbecca Here is a snack idea for Patriots fans: a deflated cheese ball.

(I kid, I kid!)

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Posted by Megan Seling on 01/30/2015 at 2:32 PM

Re: “Super Bowl Snack Attack: What to Eat While You Cheer for the Seahawks (Because the Patriots are Cheaters)

Kind of lopsided to have a Nashville paper devote an entire article to a Seahawks-themed Super Bowl party. I expect the Patriots article soon. Go Pats!

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Posted by Vanderbecca on 01/30/2015 at 2:25 PM

Re: “Super Bowl Snack Attack: What to Eat While You Cheer for the Seahawks (Because the Patriots are Cheaters)

I'm just commenting so I don't get fined.

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Posted by Chris Chamberlain on 01/30/2015 at 12:47 PM

Re: “Weekly Open Thread: Share Your Fave Super Bowl Foods

I'm just commenting so I don't get fined.

Posted by Chris Chamberlain on 01/30/2015 at 12:18 PM

Re: “First Bite: Richard Blais' Flip Burger

I've been there twice now. The first time was on the day after opening, and it was clear they hadn't quite gotten the kinks worked out. The food was great. I'm a pescetarian so didn't have a standard burger, but the fauxlafel was amazing (and huge - you could easily make a small meal out of half of it) and the Nutella milkshake was also awesome.

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Posted by Becky on 01/30/2015 at 11:12 AM

Re: “The Family Wash Is Moving; Chef John Stephenson to Helm New Kitchen

Part of it's draw is that it is not down near everything else. The Wash has been a stand alone institution. I wish the new place the best, but it won't be The Wash.

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Posted by Grant Guiley on 01/30/2015 at 9:11 AM

Re: “First Bite: Richard Blais' Flip Burger

I grabbed a quick burger there last Saturday and also got 1 to go. The fries are very good, fried in beef tallow. I think the burgers are perfect sized to what a normal American should be eating, not passing judgement here but I just went to the Ryman and had to sit next to a guy that should have bought 2 seats and worked on his hygiene. Thank God for alcohol!

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Posted by Westendrail on 01/30/2015 at 8:32 AM

Re: “First Bite: Richard Blais' Flip Burger

We just went today. I believe the Stack & Turtle shake will do nicely!! It costs a bit more but you get what you pay for. Perfect size, too.

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Posted by EKing1949 on 01/29/2015 at 10:29 PM

Re: “Top Chef Comes to Nashville Next Week for Casting Call

Is it just me or is anyone else getting tired of all the "food competition shows"?

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Posted by BW on 01/29/2015 at 10:17 PM

Re: “First Bite: Richard Blais' Flip Burger

Been twice and was very happy. I happen to think that most of the gourmet burger places in town under season their meat and then don't offer salt or pepper on the table--this drives me crazy. This burger was perfectly salty, cheesy and juicy. And the bun stood up which is important to me too. Also, their servers/FOH staff have been very pleasant and capable both times, unlike many of the pricier new restaurants in town.

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Posted by Cashville on 01/29/2015 at 3:50 PM

Re: “First Bite: Richard Blais' Flip Burger

They also have a gluten-free bun option, BS. Extra $1 though.

My experience was just so-so: My burger was cold (cooked properly, but had obviously been waiting quite a while before making its way to me) but the restaurant was also completely slammed, so I'd be willing to give it another shot.

Posted by trish4278 on 01/29/2015 at 3:47 PM

Re: “First Bite: Lucky Belly

The burgers are good, but the sushi menu (outside of the classics) is a disappointing mess. It's one thing to be nontraditional, but the rolls are super crab heavy and the weird flavors just don't work.

Posted by trish4278 on 01/29/2015 at 3:40 PM

Re: “Top Chef Comes to Nashville Next Week for Casting Call

Could mean the next season of TC will be filmed in Nashville, too.

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Posted by BP on 01/29/2015 at 3:21 PM

Re: “First Bite: Lucky Belly

Tropic Thunda sounds like a re-worked version of the Tropical Crunch roll but they aren't that smiliar. Oh well.

Posted by Jonnelle Rein on 01/29/2015 at 2:23 PM

Re: “First Bite: Richard Blais' Flip Burger

$7-9 is a little pricey compared to Sonic, but super cheap compared to, say, Biscuit Love or nearly anywhere on Lower Broadway.

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Posted by fancycwabs on 01/29/2015 at 2:17 PM

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