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John Kuthe <JohnKuthe@gmail.com>: Apr 26 08:10AM -0500

On Sun, 26 Apr 2015 00:48:05 -0500, Sqwertz <swertz@cluemail.compost>
wrote:
 
>handle it in Brooklyn.
 
>You blab more 3X more than Julie and are even easier to read.
 
>-sw
 
Sheldon calls people "faggots" perjoritively.
 
He does this for the same reasons I used to do it as an adolescent
male trying to come to terms with my own sexuality and preferences. As
a young insecure male, I was trying to figure out who I was and what I
preferred sexually, what turned me on STS. I felt bad being insecure
and not KNOWING, hence I resultantly spewed a lot of venom outside
myself, bases/progenated (I invented a word!) on the pain and
yuckiness I felt inside. Once I became secure with my own sexuality
and preferences, that internal pain/discomfort disappeared and I
became a lot nicer person!
 
I think this is actually the basis of a lot of why people treat each
other badly many times. Internal pain and anguish externallized!!
 
Get me my White Robe!! :-)
 
Namaste!
 
John Kuthe...
 
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John Kuthe <JohnKuthe@gmail.com>: Apr 26 10:10AM -0500

On Sun, 26 Apr 2015 09:43:52 -0500, Sqwertz <swertz@cluemail.compost>
wrote:
 
 
>> Sounds like he's crashing again.
 
>I might have to unkillfile him so I can watch the meltdown.
 
>-sw
 
Oh, it's getting better!! Gather around children and get some popcorn,
the Kuthe Meltdown show's about to starrt!!
 
I have a theory I'm fleshing out on all these old great minds and the
nuggets of Wisdom they have left us. Jesus, Mohammed, etc. (ALL of
them!).
 
I think all of humanity is like one giant Internet-like interconnected
computer network (to put it is understandable terms), and each of us,
now and throughout our long past as the human race are connected into
the Human Network via Communication!! Long dead great minds wrote
their Wisdom for the benefit of us, the future humans!! We are right
now sharing our great thoughts and feelings over this woefully
inadequate communications network we call the internet, and the World
Wide Web (SNTP, etc.) Of course some nodes in this Human Network are
smarter, wiser at this moment, etc. than others. But we like to feel
that all the Human Nodes are important!!
 
And it just occured to me that we can extend this Human Network to ALL
living things! And maybe further still to ALL things, everywhere!!
Past and present, and FUTURE! Yeah, that's it!! We gotta think about
everything, all at once!! Every moment of our temporal existences!!
(But since Time doesn't really exist....OMG what a rabbit hole I just
plunged down!!)
 
Now get me my White Robe, please!!
 
Namaste!
 
John Kuthe...
 
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jmcquown <j_mcquown@comcast.net>: Apr 26 12:00PM -0400

On 4/26/2015 10:43 AM, Sqwertz wrote:
 
>> Sounds like he's crashing again.
 
> I might have to unkillfile him so I can watch the meltdown.
 
> -sw
 
Please don't. That will merely encourage more of the Bryan and Kuthe
show. I'm simply tired of watching it. ;)
 
Jill
"Cheri" <cherig3@newsguy.com>: Apr 26 08:12AM -0700

"Gary" <g.majors@att.net> wrote in message news:553CFC65.20FC5333@att.net...
 
> going next door. Most people use water-based paint now and no fumes
> basically. Potential buyers looking next door will be happy to see
> neighbors keeping up their houses.
 
Yep, the neighbors had painters painting their house yesterday and the house
is very close to my backyard. No smell whatsoever.
 
Cheri
Brooklyn1 <gravesend10@verizon.net>: Apr 26 11:39AM -0400

Bove wrote:
 
 
>> Imported from Sweden?
 
>I don't know what that was in reference to but we can get a lot of things
>imported from Sweden here. We have a big Swedish population.
 
That makes no sense... there's a huge Irish, German, and Norwegian
population here... I've yet to see any Irish, German, and Norwegian
department stores. And most items sold at IKA are not from Sweden,
they're from China, India, Pakistan, and the Philippines.
jmcquown <j_mcquown@comcast.net>: Apr 26 11:46AM -0400

On 4/26/2015 10:40 AM, Gary wrote:
> like a normal eater.
 
> At least make it before you toss it. Let husband try it. He'll
> probably like that taste better than any beef gravy that you whip up.
 
Don't you know? She just likes to buy things then complain about them
without trying. She likes to throw things away.
 
Hmmm, I thought she said she donates food to the food bank. I'll bet
someone would be more than happy to get those packets of gravy mix.
 
Jill
Brooklyn1 <gravesend10@verizon.net>: Apr 26 11:48AM -0400

Gary wrote:
>like a normal eater.
 
>At least make it before you toss it. Let husband try it. He'll
>probably like that taste better than any beef gravy that you whip up.
 
Most recipes that call for cream work about as well with milk
instead... But I'd use water, I think a dairy based sauce with beef is
TIAD... actually I'd read the ingredients and probably use beer, and
maybe doctor it with herbs.
jmcquown <j_mcquown@comcast.net>: Apr 26 11:52AM -0400

On 4/26/2015 11:12 AM, Cheri wrote:
 
> Yep, the neighbors had painters painting their house yesterday and the
> house is very close to my backyard. No smell whatsoever.
 
> Cheri
 
My neighbor had her house painted a couple of years ago. Also the fence
that separates our (small) property lines. I never even noticed they
were there. I was at home. No fumes, not a big deal.
 
Jill
sf <sf@geemail.com>: Apr 26 08:58AM -0700

On Sun, 26 Apr 2015 08:12:31 -0700, "Cheri" <cherig3@newsguy.com>
wrote:
 
> > neighbors keeping up their houses.
 
> Yep, the neighbors had painters painting their house yesterday and the house
> is very close to my backyard. No smell whatsoever.
 
My house was painted last year, I was inside they were outside - there
was no paint smell. I didn't smell paint when my next door neighbors
painted their exteriors either.
 
 
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sf
Brooklyn1 <gravesend10@verizon.net>: Apr 26 11:59AM -0400


>> She was born in this country but is Swedish on both sides of the family.
 
> Being born in USA makes her American. Like Obama. Even Birthers know
>that.
 
My neighbor always says he's Norwegian, but he was born in Brooklyn,
as were his parents... his grandparents were born in Norway. My
neighbor has never even visited Norway.
spamtrap1888@gmail.com: Apr 26 08:41AM -0700

On Sunday, April 26, 2015 at 2:40:11 AM UTC-7, Julie Bove wrote:
> anyone to tell me this! I did not know they contained potato which I also
> can not have. I did peg the sauce though. Essentially a beef gravy with a
> little dairy added. So there you have it!
 
I like this recipe better than the other posted one, because we never have
heavy cream in the house, and most of the container would go to waste.
But we do use half and half with our coffee.
jmcquown <j_mcquown@comcast.net>: Apr 26 11:58AM -0400

On 4/26/2015 10:44 AM, sf wrote:
>> little dairy added. So there you have it!
 
> I hate IKEA meatballs. Fortunately Swedish home cooks make better
> versions than that industrial crap.
 
She'd rather buy a bag of frozen meatballs. Of course she can't eat
anything so the point is moot.
 
Jill
spamtrap1888@gmail.com: Apr 26 08:38AM -0700

I belong to a neighborhood news group that posts garage sales, lost dogs, and
the like. Most people I have no idea who they are.
 
A woman posted that, while washing her hands in a neighborhood restaurant,
she left her diamond ring on the sink top. When she remembered, she went
back, but it was gone, and it was too large to have slipped through the drain.
 
She insists that a person or persons unknown stole it.
 
The question: how stupid was she? Do you ladies take off your rings in
public restrooms? If so, do you stick them in pocket or purse, or do
you leave them on the counter?
jmcquown <j_mcquown@comcast.net>: Apr 26 11:56AM -0400


> The question: how stupid was she? Do you ladies take off your rings in
> public restrooms? If so, do you stick them in pocket or purse, or do
> you leave them on the counter?
 
The answer: pretty damn stupid.
 
Nope, I would never take my rings off in a public washroom. Why would
you? Afraid of a little soap scum? It's easy enough to clean jewelry
with a mixture of water, a little white vinegar and baking soda. Hard
stones only, of course. Not something soft like opals.
 
Jill
lucretiaborgia@fl.it: Apr 26 12:44PM -0300

On Sun, 26 Apr 2015 08:08:23 -0700, "Cheri" <cherig3@newsguy.com>
wrote:
 
 
>> Ever had a creamy glass of milk still warm from the cow ? Divine.
 
>I only ever liked really cold milk, warm milk never.
 
>Cheri
 
With all the tortures todays milk has to go through you need to be in
a very rural place to be able to do it. I like cold milk but it's not
as good as straight from the cow.
lucretiaborgia@fl.it: Apr 26 12:47PM -0300

On Sun, 26 Apr 2015 08:38:43 -0700 (PDT), spamtrap1888@gmail.com
wrote:
 
 
>The question: how stupid was she? Do you ladies take off your rings in
>public restrooms? If so, do you stick them in pocket or purse, or do
>you leave them on the counter?
 
I learned the hard way, I was about 16 and took off the lovely pearl
ring my father gave me (because we all know you should not put pearls
in soapy water) left it on the counter, went back and it was gone. Now
I never take rings off when I wash my hands. Even at 16 though, I
blamed myself for being stupid not the person who 'stole' it.
Sqwertz <swertz@cluemail.compost>: Apr 26 10:55AM -0500

On Sun, 26 Apr 2015 01:13:11 -0500, Sqwertz wrote:
 
> Marty, Dimitri, Barb, and myself maintain public presences. What have
> any of you neigh-sayers accomplished that we can make fun of?
 
I didn't convey that quite right. What I was implying was that the
four of us were the only ones I'm aware of who have had articles
and/or accomplishments publicized here. And have all met with
juvenile criticism for it (by a select few idiots).
 
-sw
"Cheri" <cherig3@newsguy.com>: Apr 26 08:08AM -0700

<lucretiaborgia@fl.it> wrote in message
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>>homogenized, and has added Vitamin D.
 
>>Cindy Hamilton
 
> Ever had a creamy glass of milk still warm from the cow ? Divine.
 
I only ever liked really cold milk, warm milk never.
 
Cheri
sf <sf@geemail.com>: Apr 26 08:54AM -0700

On Sun, 26 Apr 2015 08:08:23 -0700, "Cheri" <cherig3@newsguy.com>
wrote:
 
 
> >>Cindy Hamilton
 
> > Ever had a creamy glass of milk still warm from the cow ? Divine.
 
> I only ever liked really cold milk, warm milk never.
 
Maybe if she's said "fresh from the cow", because unprocessed milk
that hasn't left the farm is amazing.
 
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sf
"Nunya Bidnits" <nunyabidnits@eternal-september.invalid>: Apr 26 10:51AM -0500

"Sqwertz" wrote in message
news:1ckor8ean2uyw.dlg@sqwertz.com...
 
 
>Marty, Dimitri, Barb, and myself maintain public presences.
>What have
>any of you neigh-sayers accomplished that we can make fun of?
 
They have all won awards for slinging turds over a wall and
running away.
Dave Smith <adavid.smith@sympatico.ca>: Apr 26 08:49AM -0400

On 2015-04-26 12:23 AM, sf wrote:
 
> Passata isn't easy to find. I had to go to an Italian deli and spend
> a small fortune on it. It was so expensive that I can't make myself
> open the jar until I have something super special in mind to cook.
 
It is around here. There is a significant Italian community and several
of the local groceries cater to them. It is usually under $2 per jar
but I often pick it up on sale for $1. I sautee some onion, garlic, red
pepper, toss in some oregano and a jar of passata and let it simmer an
hour or so.
Gary <g.majors@att.net>: Apr 26 11:20AM -0400

Dave Smith wrote:
> but I often pick it up on sale for $1. I sautee some onion, garlic, red
> pepper, toss in some oregano and a jar of passata and let it simmer an
> hour or so.
 
Never heard of passada so I looked it up. Sounds like a good marketing
scam to me if it's hard to find and costs a small fortune. It's only
tomatoes without skin and seeds. If it's canned/or in a jar, why not
buy canned whole tomatoes and remove skin and seeds? Better yet, use
"in season" fresh tomatoes and make enough yourself to last the year.
"Ophelia" <Ophelia@elsinore.invalid>: Apr 26 03:59PM +0100

"sf" <sf@geemail.com> wrote in message
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>> do
>> hope you stay:)
 
> That's not Omelet. I communicate with her on Facebook.
 
Ahh that is a shame!
 
Thanks:(
 
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jmcquown <j_mcquown@comcast.net>: Apr 26 09:26AM -0400

On 4/24/2015 2:03 AM, Jeßus wrote:
> look at them, especially since I can look up recipes on the Internet.
 
> The only exception for me is Mastering The Art of French Cooking Vols
> 1&2 by Julia Child. The only two books I refer to these days.
 
I purged a *lot* of cookbooks when I was moving from west Tennessee to
South Carolina. I still have more than I need but I do refer to most of
them from time to time. Mostly for inspiration. :)
 
One that I will *never* get rid of is an autographed copy of [Julia
Child] 'Julia's Kitchen Wisdom'. It was a gift from Margaret Suran, a
dear elderly woman who used to post here.
 
Jill
John Kuthe <JohnKuthe@gmail.com>: Apr 26 08:24AM -0500

On Sun, 26 Apr 2015 04:53:07 -0700 (PDT), Bryan-TGWWW
>> product!
 
>The science isn't old, but you haven't been working in that field, and
>your last job in it was a failure--"fired" (your word).
 
Bullshit!! I just went through a big bullshit problem and solved it
100% adequately for my porposes trying to get an Ethernet connection
into my room from the house Wifi router in the kitchen without a wire!
I did it by installing WW-DRT on two routers which allows easy
wirelkess bridging of two routers, each of which has a hardware
Ethernet jack in the back of it!! Fuck you, I know a LOT about
computers and networking! HA! YOU coujld not have done what *I* did!!

You called ME up and dragged me over to your house because YOU wanted
to build a sous vide cooker and YOU didn't know how and YOU knew *I*
know a shit ton about stuff electric. I was YOUR Electrical
Engineering genius, and *I* made it work for you!!
 
Eat shit and die, Bryan! And I love you as I always have or at least
have for years, growing into loving you through many MANY shared
experiences AND massive amounts of communication too! (Old friend
action.)
 
 
>> nursing school!!
 
>And you didn't end up getting to play nurse with young women's between
>the legs parts, which was your main reason for choosing nursing.
 
No, my main reason for choosing nursing was I figured direct IRL
patient care was one job it would take them a LONG time to outsource
to China!!
 
I REALLY hate NAFTA and MalWart!!
 
 
>You should take your money and go to SE Asia, but not Viet Nam.
>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gary_Glitter#Vietnam
 
That is pretty disgusting, sexually, limits violating, AND because
those people do that because they are so fucking poor. :-(
 
Namaste!
 
John Kuthe...
 
PS And call me, my old friend!
 
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An analysis in The Times — "1.5 Million Missing Black Men" — showed that more than one in every six black men in the 24-to-54 age group has disappeared from civic life, mainly because they died young or are locked away in prison. This means that there are only 83 black men living outside of jail for every 100 black women — in striking contrast to the white population, where men and women are about equal in numbers.

This astounding shortfall in black men translates into lower marriage rates, more out-of-wedlock births, a greater risk of poverty for families and, by extension, less stable communities. The missing men should be a source of concern to political leaders and policy makers everywhere.

While the 1.5 million number is startling, it actually understates the severity of the crisis that has befallen African-American men since the collapse of the manufacturing and industrial centers, which was quickly followed by the "war on drugs" and mass imprisonment, which drove up the national prison population more than sevenfold beginning in the 1970s.

In addition to the "missing," millions more are shut out of society, or are functionally missing, because of the shrinking labor market for low-skilled workers, racial discrimination or sanctions that prevent millions who have criminal convictions from getting all kinds of jobs. At the same time, the surge in imprisonment has further stigmatized blackness itself, so that black men and boys who have never been near a jail now have to fight the presumption of criminality in many aspects of day-to-day life — in encounters with police, in schools, on the streets and on the job.

The data on missing African-American men is not particularly new. Every census for the last 50 years has shown the phenomenon.

In earlier decades, premature death played a larger role than it does today. But since the 1980s, the rising number of black men who were spared premature death was more than offset by the growing number shipped off to prison, many for nonviolent drug offenses. The path to that catastrophe was paved by what the sociologist William Julius Wilson described as "the disappearance of work," which devastated formerly coherent neighborhoods.

As deindustrialization got underway, earnings declined, neighborhoods grew poorer and businesses moved to the suburbs, beyond the reach of inner city residents. As Mr. Wilson wrote in his 1996 book, "When Work Disappears," for the first time in the 20th century, most adults in many poor inner-city neighborhoods were not working.

Joblessness became the norm, creating a "nonworking class," that lived in segregated areas where most residents could not find jobs or had given up looking. In Chicago, where, Mr. Wilson carried out his research, employers wrote off the poor by not advertising in places where they could see the ads. The situation was so grave in 1996 that he recommended the resurrection of a Works Progress Administration-like strategy, under which the government would provide public employment to every American over 18 who wanted it.

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The stigmatization of blackness presents an enormous obstacle, even to small boys. Last year, for example, the Department of Education reported that black children were far more likely to be suspended from school — even from preschool — than white children. Federal cases also show higher rates of public school suspensions for minority students than for white students for identical behavior, suggesting that racial discrimination against black males starts very early in life.

The sociologist Devah Pager, a Harvard professor who has meticulously researched the effect of race on hiring policies, has also shown that stereotypes have a powerful effect on job possibilities. In one widely cited study, she sent carefully selected test applicants with equivalent résumés to apply for low-level jobs with hundreds of employers. Ms. Pager found that criminal convictions for black men seeking employment were virtually impossible to overcome in many contexts, partly because convictions reinforced powerful, longstanding stereotypes.

The stigma of a criminal record was less damaging for white testers. In fact, those who said that they were just out of prison were as likely to be called back for a second interview as black men who had no criminal history at all. "Being black in America today is just about the same as having a felony conviction in terms of one's chances of finding a job," she wrote in her book, "Marked: Race, Crime and Finding Work in an Era of Mass Incarceration."

In recent months, the many grievous cases of unarmed black men and boys who were shot dead by the police — now routinely captured on video — show how the presumption of criminality, poverty and social isolation threatens lives every day in all corners of this country.


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"Julie Bove" <juliebove@frontier.com>: Apr 26 02:54AM -0700

"Gary" <g.majors@att.net> wrote in message news:553CA969.6498FCF4@att.net...
>> the market so I am thinking it would be best for me to hold off on the
>> painting until the open houses are over with.
 
> Why do you think that?
 
I would just assume that people wouldn't want to be smelling paint fumes and
such. Plus there isn't much parking the way it is so we don't need another
truck here right now. Granted, the guy I want to do the job lives right
around the corner from me but I think he'd still have to bring his truck
with the supplies. The guy on the other side has so many workers over there
right now, he is hogging up parking like crazy. Somebody told me that it
only takes a day to paint a house. If that's true, they need to tell him!
He and his friend have been working on the painting now for going on 4 days
I think. I am getting tired of it. He has been working on that house for
years as was the guy who owned it prior. I am beginning to think it will
never get done.
Janet <nobody@home.com>: Apr 26 01:49PM +0100

In article <mhhkdn$d3r$1@dont-email.me>, juliebove@frontier.com says...
 
I'm doing quite well today. My gutters are all
> clean. And I have replaced my Feng Shui things in the yard. If the
> universe sees shabby, broken things out there, it will think that we deserve
> no better.
 
 
I used to think raccoons, pet psychics, bad parenting and hair
analysts were to blame for Julie's problems but now I know its just the
Universe getting pissed off with her spinners.
 
Janet UK
jmcquown <j_mcquown@comcast.net>: Apr 26 08:51AM -0400

On 4/25/2015 11:06 PM, Julie Bove wrote:
 
> Because they contain egg and dairy and I can not have those things. I
> do like them though. I do not make meatballs from scratch. That is one
> thing I do not do!
 
The *one* thing?! More like *one more thing* you do not do. We know
you won't handle raw chicken. You buy canned chicken instead. This
naturally leads to the fact you don't make chicken stock from scratch.
And the beat goes on...
 
> I have tried a few times and failed.
 
Meatballs - any kind - are one of the easiest things on the planet to
make. It's obvious you really don't know how to cook.
 
Jill
Janet <nobody@home.com>: Apr 26 01:53PM +0100

In article <mhhpm3$p6m$1@dont-email.me>, juliebove@frontier.com says...
 
> > Another instance of 'when worlds collide'
> > They could make a sequel - Planet Bove V.S Earth.
 
> She was born in this country but is Swedish on both sides of the family.
 
Being born in USA makes her American. Like Obama. Even Birthers know
that.
 
Janet UK
Janet <nobody@home.com>: Apr 26 02:00PM +0100

In article <mhhvv2$839$1@dont-email.me>, juliebove@frontier.com says...
> > Irish, whatever. Nits not picked.
 
> See? You knew what I meant. She ate a lot of Swedish meatballs when
> growing up
 
You keep telling us you ate a lot of crap food while growing up; what
does that make you?
 
Janet UK
jmcquown <j_mcquown@comcast.net>: Apr 26 09:04AM -0400

On 4/26/2015 9:00 AM, Janet wrote:
 
> You keep telling us you ate a lot of crap food while growing up; what
> does that make you?
 
> Janet UK
 
Her heritage aside, she still eats a lot of crap food.
 
Jill
Michel Boucher <alsandorz@g.mail.com>: Apr 26 09:09AM -0500

"Julie Bove" <juliebove@frontier.com> wrote in
> the packet is white. Like I said... What they served
> appeared to be a beef gravy with some sort of dairy in it.
> But brown for sure.
 
Would it be this by any chance?
 
http://www.ikea.com/ca/en/catalog/products/20171468/
 
--
"If you are neutral in situations of injustice,
you have chosen the side of the oppressor " --
Desmond Tutu
Michel Boucher <alsandorz@g.mail.com>: Apr 26 09:10AM -0500

"Julie Bove" <juliebove@frontier.com> wrote in
 
> I don't know what that was in reference to but we can get a
> lot of things imported from Sweden here. We have a big
> Swedish population.
 
Marzipan and chocolate.
 
--
 
"If you are neutral in situations of injustice,
you have chosen the side of the oppressor " --
Desmond Tutu
Gary <g.majors@att.net>: Apr 26 10:40AM -0400

Julie Bove wrote:
> into getting powdered cream but I would only need a very small amount and it
> seems that it isn't sold that way. I will just use a beef gravy when I
> serve them and add milk to it.
 
Don't you dare "get rid" of that packet? Are you really that dumb?
 
It was supposedly the real recipe for their meatballs. Powdered
packets are ok sometimes and that probably tastes very close. You
didn't buy it for you but you bought it for your husband and he sounds
like a normal eater.
 
At least make it before you toss it. Let husband try it. He'll
probably like that taste better than any beef gravy that you whip up.
Gary <g.majors@att.net>: Apr 26 10:55AM -0400

Julie Bove wrote:
> around the corner from me but I think he'd still have to bring his truck
> with the supplies. The guy on the other side has so many workers over there
> right now, he is hogging up parking like crazy.
 
Parking on your street is not your problem. Don't worry about fumes
going next door. Most people use water-based paint now and no fumes
basically. Potential buyers looking next door will be happy to see
neighbors keeping up their houses.
 
> Somebody told me that it only takes a day to paint a house.
 
If a painting contractor ever tells you that, thank him for his time
and never call him again. No matter how small a house, or how many
people he brings in, you will get a crappy paint job if all done in
one day.
 
Outsides of a house need to be washed first, otherwise they will be
painting over dust and dirt and the job won't last very long. Then
comes scraping, sanding, caulking, priming raw wood,etc. All that
followed by 1-2 coats of a good brand of paint.
 
You make sure the preparation is done properly and a good brand of
paint is used or you WILL be sorry when you have to repaint again way
too soon.
 
I've been doing this for a living since July 1973 and I am one of the
high-priced painters. I know what I'm talking about here.
 
Also, everyone should get at least 3 estimates (they're free) and ask
all what they plan to do. Also references from friends help. Word of
mouth is the best advertising for any company.
 
G.
sf <sf@geemail.com>: Apr 26 07:22AM -0700

On Sun, 26 Apr 2015 11:02:59 +0100, "Ophelia"
> > of fat under your chin
 
> Om!!! how lovely to see you posting here, regardless of the reason. I do
> hope you stay:)
 
That's not Omelet. I communicate with her on Facebook.
 
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sf
sf <sf@geemail.com>: Apr 26 07:51AM -0700

> > never grew up.
 
> A measure of Peter Pan syndrome cross-bred with some toxic solipsism is
> my take. Not apealling at all.
 
He regresses daily.
 
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"Ophelia" <Ophelia@elsinore.invalid>: Apr 26 02:22PM +0100

"Bruce" <Bruce@Bruce.invalid> wrote in message
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> Yes, people have honesty stalls here. We could do it too. But the eggs
> are often fertilised, meaning they have a "dot" in them. Are you
> familiar with that?
 
Yes I am and I know it squicks some people:( You could make that clear on
a sign?
 
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http://www.helpforheroes.org.uk/shop/
Cindy Hamilton <angelicapaganelli@yahoo.com>: Apr 26 07:26AM -0700

> >homogenized, and has added Vitamin D.
 
> >Cindy Hamilton
 
> Ever had a creamy glass of milk still warm from the cow ? Divine.
 
I'll take your word for it. I prefer milk ice cold. Warm milk
to help one sleep doesn't even sound appealing.
 
Oddly enough, I like milk in my coffee, which warms it up. Don't search
here for consistency.
 
Cindy Hamilton
jmcquown <j_mcquown@comcast.net>: Apr 26 10:32AM -0400

On 4/26/2015 10:26 AM, Cindy Hamilton wrote:
 
>> Ever had a creamy glass of milk still warm from the cow ? Divine.
 
> I'll take your word for it. I prefer milk ice cold. Warm milk
> to help one sleep doesn't even sound appealing.
 
I'm with ya' there, Cindy. When I have a glass of milk with breakfast
it has to be ice cold. I've never tried warm milk to help me sleep, nor
do I know if it really *is* a soporific or an old wives tale. I do know
the idea of drinking warm milk does not appeal.
 
> Oddly enough, I like milk in my coffee, which warms it up. Don't search
> here for consistency.
 
> Cindy Hamilton
 
But the milk cools the coffee down. :)
 
Jill
sf <sf@geemail.com>: Apr 26 07:48AM -0700

On Sun, 26 Apr 2015 10:32:10 -0400, jmcquown <j_mcquown@comcast.net>
wrote:
 
> I've never tried warm milk to help me sleep, nor
> do I know if it really *is* a soporific or an old wives tale.
 
I have tried it, doesn't work.
 
> I do know the idea of drinking warm milk does not appeal.
 
You must not like hot chocolate or cafe latte either.
 
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sf
Gary <g.majors@att.net>: Apr 26 10:31AM -0400

Bryan-TGWWW wrote:
 
> > Gary wrote:
> > >As far as Yoko? That was John Lennon on drugs. ;)
 
> http://nypost.com/2008/10/12/give-beast-a-chance/
 
Thanks for that link, Bryan. I question the validity of it though. Why
in the world would Yoko wait about 30 years to "out" John. Had she
blown all her inhertance from him and hoping for some income from the
book? Cheap ugly slut. And Julian saying he was basically ignored by
his dad. He probably was but I'll bet John paid a nice child support
payment for him.
 
BTW - I heard one of Julian's own songs years ago. It was good and he
DID sound just like his dad. Figured he might make a good music career
himself but I've never heard more about him.
 
Sounds like John really babied his and Yucko's son, Sean. Don't wait
all this time to speak up dissing JL. It's easy to do without him here
to say his side of the story. If the other Beatles members chimed in
to verify this nonsense I might believe it a bit more. I'll bet you
George won't say anything bad about him though. ;)
 
Anyway, I saw a music video years ago. It was the Beatles performing
in a pub in Germany. The song was "Get Back" and they sang it in
German. Interesting. The funny part was at one part during the song,
John started goosestepping back and forth across the stage, holding
his arm up in a "Heil Hitler" nazi salute. LMAO! That took a lot of
nerve! hehehh I can picture *YOU* doing something like that when you
were in your band.
 
G.
jmcquown <j_mcquown@comcast.net>: Apr 26 10:47AM -0400

On 4/26/2015 10:31 AM, Gary wrote:
 
>> http://nypost.com/2008/10/12/give-beast-a-chance/
 
> Thanks for that link, Bryan. I question the validity of it though. Why
> in the world would Yoko wait about 30 years to "out" John.
 
(snippage)
 
> BTW - I heard one of Julian's own songs years ago. It was good and he
> DID sound just like his dad. Figured he might make a good music career
> himself but I've never heard more about him.
 
This one?
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aQs1Ynq0rlk
 
He did sound like his father. Even looked like him. I'd say it's hard
to follow in such huge footsteps. It was a good song, though.
 
> Sounds like John really babied his and Yucko's son, Sean. Don't wait
> all this time to speak up dissing JL.
(snippage)
 
I thought Yoko died! Apparently not.
 
> I'll bet you George won't say anything bad about him though. ;)
 
George can't say anything bad about him. He is definitely dead. Paul
McCartney and Ringo Starr are the only members of the "Fab Four" who are
still alive.
 
Jill
"Julie Bove" <juliebove@frontier.com>: Apr 26 02:40AM -0700

This comes straight from the source!
 
http://www.food.com/recipe/ikea-swedish-meatballs-294387
 
As you can see, Jill, they do contain both dairy and egg. I didn't need
anyone to tell me this! I did not know they contained potato which I also
can not have. I did peg the sauce though. Essentially a beef gravy with a
little dairy added. So there you have it!
sf <sf@geemail.com>: Apr 26 07:44AM -0700

On Sun, 26 Apr 2015 02:40:02 -0700, "Julie Bove"
> anyone to tell me this! I did not know they contained potato which I also
> can not have. I did peg the sauce though. Essentially a beef gravy with a
> little dairy added. So there you have it!
 
I hate IKEA meatballs. Fortunately Swedish home cooks make better
versions than that industrial crap.
 
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sf
Sqwertz <swertz@cluemail.compost>: Apr 26 09:43AM -0500

On Sun, 26 Apr 2015 04:58:52 -0400, Gary wrote:
 
 
>> I only see snippets of Kuthe's posts.
 
>> Something is obviously wrong here.
 
> Sounds like he's crashing again.
 
I might have to unkillfile him so I can watch the meltdown.
 
-sw
jmcquown <j_mcquown@comcast.net>: Apr 26 09:09AM -0400

On 4/26/2015 5:14 AM, Gary wrote:
> - Fresh white corn cut off the cob
 
> I also deglazed the pan with a little water and added that to the
> gravy. A simple but very nice meal.
 
Yesterday wasn't 3/26 ;)
 
I baked chicken thighs, first dredged in breadcrumbs which I seasoned
with with pepper and some Mrs. Dash garlic & herb blend.
 
Served with egg noodles (cooked in chicken broth) and lightly steamed
zucchini.
 
Jill
sf <sf@geemail.com>: Apr 26 07:39AM -0700

> - Fresh white corn cut off the cob
 
> I also deglazed the pan with a little water and added that to the
> gravy. A simple but very nice meal.
 
Sounds delicious!
 
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sf
Gary <g.majors@att.net>: Apr 26 10:12AM -0400

jmcquown wrote:
 
> > Who knew we had a government raisin reserve? Your tax dollars at work.
 
> I had no idea. How come they aren't handing out raisins like they used
> to give away "government cheese"?
 
Yeah dammit! I'm a taxpayer, I want some gov't raisins!@ I'll take
some cheese too.
sf <sf@geemail.com>: Apr 26 07:31AM -0700

On Sun, 26 Apr 2015 08:33:30 -0400, jmcquown <j_mcquown@comcast.net>
wrote:
 
 
> > Who knew we had a government raisin reserve? Your tax dollars at work.
 
> I had no idea. How come they aren't handing out raisins like they used
> to give away "government cheese"?
 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Raisin_Reserve
 
They need to compete in the free market because we have global
competition, specifically from Turkey
http://www.raisinbargaining.org/newsletter/
 
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