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I thought Carolina was the proverbial birthplace of barbecue.

Of gross mustardy-vinegary barbecue

You mean real barbecue? Not my fault you can't appreciate the taste of greatness.

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Looks like I'm a Pats fan! Wait, WTF... :P

Wow so was I. Which frankly is great because I really am a Pats fan.

I'm a Pats fan who got the Pats as well, although to be fair the majority of people who prefer baseball to football will end up with the Pats.

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Looks like I'm a Pats fan! Wait, WTF... :P

Wow so was I. Which frankly is great because I really am a Pats fan.

You're a disgrace to California sports fans everywhere

Why is that? I grew up in the southern SF Bay Area during the 80's rooting for the A's. There were no Raiders and I was taught to loathe SF teams (and being from the Bay you don't root for LA teams). I went with the next most logical option... my grandmother from Lawrence, Massachusetts' team. And after the Raiders came back in 95 I stuck with the Pats because of what the Raiders did to my baseball park. For Mt Davis the Raiders will never be forgiven...

Hey man, don't worry about this dude. It was an unprovoked attack, but he's a Raiders fan. They instigate just because the day happens to be Tuesday or something. (I would know, my family is full of Raider fans).

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A little late to the football one, but I get these 4:

--Whatever team moves to LA

--Browns

--Bills

--Jets

The baseball one doesn't seem to work so well with me, but the 4 I got:

--Rangers

--Braves

--Diamondbacks

--Cardinals

Either way, it's a good laugh.

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I thought Carolina was the proverbial birthplace of barbecue.

Of gross mustardy-vinegary barbecue

:therock:

The mustardy barbecue is purely a South Carolina thing, and is only one of many different sauces used in the Carolinas. NC has three basic types: Eastern, which is a vinegar-based sauce, Western, which is tomato-based, and Lexington, which is sort of a hybrid of the two.

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I realize that I'm going to offend everybody in the debate when I say this, but barbecue is barbecue. I don't care what sauce you use or how you cook it. If you make it I'll eat it.

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I realize that I'm going to offend everybody in the debate when I say this, but barbecue is barbecue. I don't care what sauce you use or how you cook it. If you make it I'll eat it.

You know they say you can't eat everybody's collard greens? (Actually, do y'all even eat collard greens out west? Do you even know what I'm talking about? I ask 'cuz I honestly do not know.)

Anyway...the same way you can't eat everybody's collard greens, you can't eat everybody's barbecue, either.

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I realize that I'm going to offend everybody in the debate when I say this, but barbecue is barbecue. I don't care what sauce you use or how you cook it. If you make it I'll eat it.

If I gave you three sandwiches of BBQ with one being each type, you'd be able to tell the difference. It's always fun to see the Eastern vs. Western BBQ tailgates.

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You know they say you can't eat everybody's collard greens? (Actually, do y'all even eat collard greens out west? Do you even know what I'm talking about? I ask 'cuz I honestly do not know.)

Anyway...the same way you can't eat everybody's collard greens, you can't eat everybody's barbecue, either.

I've had collard greens before.

If I gave you three sandwiches of BBQ with one being each type, you'd be able to tell the difference. It's always fun to see the Eastern vs. Western BBQ tailgates.

Oh, I'd be able to tell the difference. That goes without saying. I'm just saying that I'd enjoy it all.

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