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RE: USA Africa Dialogue Series - Re-"The Past Is Prologue"

Comments (0) | Saturday, May 30, 2015

President Buhari gave an excellent speech. However, "prologue" is the wrong word in the context it is used:  "A few people have privately voiced fears that on coming back to office I shall go after them. These fears are groundless. There will be no paying off old scores. The past is prologue." We can parse the word which way we want, it does not make it correct.

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There are many phrases in that speech that makes me suspect I know who may have contributed to the speech from this list! In any case, CAO, neither the prologue nor the epilogue are part of Act, one introduces the audience to the first Act and the other provides additional information not known to the audience even after the final Act. How can the past come after the final Act of Buhari's Presidency, that is just about to begin? By saying the past is prologue, could he be saying the past is not the main Act or focus of his presidency? I agree as an idiom, it could mean a lot more…

Bode 

On 5/30/15, 1:01 PM, "Chidi Anthony Opara" <chidi.opara@gmail.com> wrote:

President Buhari while trying to debunk opinions in some quarters that he would be vindictive in power said in his inaugural speech that "the past is prologue".

One have been at lost at what the president meant by that quote, within the context of the message he was trying to pass across.

The president surely, could not have meant that he would preface (start) this present with the past, which is what his quote potrayed in my opinion.

What about "the past is epilogue"?

CAO.

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jmcquown <j_mcquown@comcast.net>: May 30 03:04PM -0400

On 5/27/2015 5:06 PM, Je├čus wrote:
> On Wed, 27 May 2015 08:37:45 -0700 (PDT), vivapadrepio@aol.com wrote:
 
>> Had some dog the other day. Now I feel like fetching everyone's newspaper.
 
> That wouldn't be a lot of fetching then, these days.
 
Fido, fetch that smartphone! I need to check the news! ;)
 
Jill
"Cheri" <cherig3@newsguy.com>: May 30 11:29AM -0700

"Gary" <g.majors@att.net> wrote in message news:5569EE84.A69DB7BB@att.net...
> it all from scratch but then top it with the commercial stuff?"
> Answer is I love the taste of that premade frosting so why bother? I
> probably should try homemade sometime though.
 
I've certainly made both, but I usually have canned frosting on hand for
occasions when the grandkids are here etc., but not always sugar, powdered
sugar, etc. Personally, I like canned frosting just fine.
 
Cheri
"Cheri" <cherig3@newsguy.com>: May 30 11:30AM -0700

"Ophelia" <OphElsinore@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:csua26Fsr5jU1@mid.individual.net...
> amount of sugar etc they had to put in to make them palatable? I've never
> taken any notice of that stuff, they will say anything to put more money
> in their pockets.
 
Me either, and I'm still alive and kicking. :-)
 
Cheri
"itsjoannotjoann@webtv.net" <itsjoannotjoann@webtv.net>: May 30 11:58AM -0700

On Saturday, May 30, 2015 at 11:55:14 AM UTC-5, Cheri wrote:
> > few years ago that eggs are BAD for you, are you?
 
> Yeah, because if they were, I'd be dead. :-)
 
> Cheri
 
We'd be laying side by side in double caskets.
I LOVE eggs!
"Ophelia" <OphElsinore@gmail.com>: May 30 04:22PM +0100

"koko" <koko@letscook.com> wrote in message
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> on the zucchini, it was o.k. but a bit agressive for vegetables.
> I've always liked tarragon on squash, it's my go to seasoning for
> squash.
 
Thanks, koko:)
 
 
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sf <sf@geemail.com>: May 30 08:51AM -0700

On Sat, 30 May 2015 09:59:05 -0400, jmcquown <j_mcquown@comcast.net>
wrote:
 
> Whatever the brand. It's available at any grocery store. dsi1 makes it
> sound like they don't have common things like this in Hawaii. I'm
> pretty sure they do. Garlic powder, too. ;)
 
Lots of things are different in Hawaii. Not a huge Mexican community
there for starters.
 
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sf
jmcquown <j_mcquown@comcast.net>: May 30 02:54PM -0400

> look very comparable to the Montreal Spice that McCormick make.
 
> It is more logical to mix together whatever combo of spices you like,
> or find appropriate for whatever you intend to BBQ.
 
Absolutely agree. Yet dsi1 makes it sound like onion powder is some
weird exotic thing. It's not. :)
 
Jill
jmcquown <j_mcquown@comcast.net>: May 30 02:55PM -0400

On 5/30/2015 11:51 AM, sf wrote:
>> pretty sure they do. Garlic powder, too. ;)
 
> Lots of things are different in Hawaii. Not a huge Mexican community
> there for starters.
 
Um, since the thread drifted to onion powder I'm supposed to surmise
only Mexicans use onion powder? ;)
 
Jill
jmcquown <j_mcquown@comcast.net>: May 30 02:31PM -0400

On 5/30/2015 10:51 AM, Gary wrote:
 
> I use lots of onions. If a recipe calls for one, I'll use 2-3. I buy
> them by the 3lb bag when they (often) go on sale for 2-2.50. Rarely a
> bad one.
 
Depends on what I'm cooking. When I say I buy them by the each that
doesn't mean I don't buy more than one at a time. One thing I don't do
is buy a bag of onions then complain about them. :)
 
Jill
jmcquown <j_mcquown@comcast.net>: May 30 02:38PM -0400

>>>> each, not a bag full.
 
>> Jill
 
> I confess to buying frozen chopped onions.
 
You sinner, you! ;) I buy a blend of frozen chopped onions, celery,
green and red bell peppers. I see lots of pretty bell peppers at the
farm stand but they don't get used up before they spoil.
 
 
> This Kroger is having their bagged frozen vegetables on sale
> for 10 for $10. I got 5 chopped onions and 5 vegetable soup
> mix. (Also had a digital coupons to get one bag free.)
 
Cool :)
 
Jill
"itsjoannotjoann@webtv.net" <itsjoannotjoann@webtv.net>: May 30 11:55AM -0700

On Saturday, May 30, 2015 at 1:39:01 PM UTC-5, jmcquown wrote:
 
> > On Saturday, May 30, 2015 at 9:17:06 AM UTC-5, jmcquown wrote:
 
> > I confess to buying frozen chopped onions.
 
> You sinner, you! ;)
 
*Hangs head in shame.*
 
> I buy a blend of frozen chopped onions, celery,
> green and red bell peppers. I see lots of pretty bell peppers at the
> farm stand but they don't get used up before they spoil.
 
I've bought that blend, too, very good. When I make a cucumber
salad I will spring for a green bell pepper along
with a red onion.
William <bigc300@att.net>: May 30 02:49PM -0400


>I'll take your word for it and try one. Have you tried their "chicken
>fries?" So many commercials lately, I had to give them a try. A bit
>over priced but I really do love the flavor.
 
I did try them Gary. They are very good, sort of a variation on
chicken nuggets. I bought them thinking I was getting french fries
with a chicken batter. More like chicken nuggets. Their best sandwich
is the fish sandwich with extra tomato and onion, I reccomend that
one!
 
William
sf <sf@geemail.com>: May 30 11:08AM -0700

On Sat, 30 May 2015 11:17:05 -0600, Janet B <nospam@cableone.net>
wrote:
 
 
> >-sw
> He got something with a lesser payment than Tracfone
> Janet US
 
Hubby's plan is $75 a year or 2000 minutes (whichever comes first).
No monthly payments.
 
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Nancy Young <rjynlyordnospam@verizon.net>: May 30 02:12PM -0400

On 5/30/2015 1:49 PM, Sqwertz wrote:
> more - plus the cost of the higher end smartphone. The non-smart
> phones are useless for web browsing. The outdated and piddly browsers
> don't work.
 
I'm one of those weirdos who only wants to use a phone for
calling and texting. so it works for me. And having a cell
phone for that cheap beats having a land line for %50+ a month,
that's why I switched.
 
nancy
Janet B <nospam@cableone.net>: May 30 11:38AM -0600

On Sat, 30 May 2015 12:20:58 -0500, Sqwertz <swertz@cluemail.compost>
wrote:
 
 
>He said he got a "trac fone" above. And has said it before. And I've
>corrected him on the price before. But he still insists on lying.
 
>-sw
 
He talks about the Tracfone and then says " I found a much better deal
and have had it for a
>>>> year but have never used it... I have the $5/month plan...
>>>"
Janet US
jmcquown <j_mcquown@comcast.net>: May 30 02:26PM -0400

On 5/30/2015 1:20 PM, Sqwertz wrote:
 
> He said he got a "trac fone" above. And has said it before. And I've
> corrected him on the price before. But he still insists on lying.
 
> -sw
 
Maybe we should ask him to take a picture of his phone. ;)
 
Jill
"Cheri" <cherig3@newsguy.com>: May 30 11:42AM -0700

"jmcquown" <j_mcquown@comcast.net> wrote in message
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>> -sw
 
> Maybe we should ask him to take a picture of his phone. ;)
 
> Jill
 
Only if he features it on the black plate. ;-)
 
Cheri
spamtrap1888@gmail.com: May 30 11:20AM -0700

On Friday, May 29, 2015 at 8:46:57 PM UTC-7, Sqwertz wrote:
> 4lbs at the grocery store.
 
> The last HEB rotisserie chicken I brought home weighed 4.23lbs.
> That's about 30% bigger than Costco.
 
No, Costco rotisserie chickens here are quite large, much bigger than
Safeway's. Maybe there is a different supplier for the Lone Star State?
Or is HEB's the biggest supermarket chicken in the country?
"Cheri" <cherig3@newsguy.com>: May 30 11:38AM -0700

"Janet B" <nospam@cableone.net> wrote in message
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> already marinated and ready for the rotisserie. These chickens never
> appear at the raw chicken sales counter.
> Janet US
 
Very true.
 
Cheri
"Cheri" <cherig3@newsguy.com>: May 30 11:41AM -0700

<spamtrap1888@gmail.com> wrote in message
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On Friday, May 29, 2015 at 8:46:57 PM UTC-7, Sqwertz wrote:
No, Costco rotisserie chickens here are quite large, much bigger than
Safeway's. Maybe there is a different supplier for the Lone Star State?
Or is HEB's the biggest supermarket chicken in the country?
 
========
 
I think the Costco rotisserie chickens are wonderful, fairly large in CA
where I am. Love them. I really don't care much for other supermarkets
rotisserie chickens at all, overpriced and underwhelming IMO.
 
Cheri
"Cheri" <cherig3@newsguy.com>: May 30 11:37AM -0700

"Gary" <g.majors@att.net> wrote in message news:5569EDA2.4556BE2F@att.net...
 
> I used it once, cleaned it up then it stayed in a cabinet until I
> found someone else to give it to. After one use, I realised why she
> gave it to me.
 
Actually, I was kidding. I have a plastic juicer that catches the juice and
removes the seeds. It cost me a dollar at Dollar Tree. Very easy to clean
too. That's the problem with some of these handy dandy appliances, they're
more trouble to clean than they're worth. :-)
 
Cheri
William <bigc300@att.net>: May 30 02:37PM -0400

On Sat, 30 May 2015 13:35:13 -0400, Brooklyn1
 
>Anytime someone served me automatic icemaker
>ice from their fridge it's tastes/smells funky, ruins the drink, at
>some peoples homes I refuse their ice.
 
I picked this up for my Son and three Grandsons who like Ice in their
soda. The two year old Whirlpool Refrigerator Ice Maker doesn't work.
Repair man says three maybe four hundred to repair. They are putting
City water run thru the Refrigerator Water Filter in to make the Ice.
Cubes are coming out clear with no funky smell or taste.
 
I just had the repair man unclog the drain in my freezer which was
causing water to pool and freeze on the bottom of my freezer. He said
they are seeing alot of Ice Maker problems with these new freezer in
the bottom refrigerators.
 
William
Sqwertz <swertz@cluemail.compost>: May 30 12:52PM -0500

On Sat, 30 May 2015 11:38:32 -0600, Janet B wrote:
 
>>>>> year but have never used it... I have the $5/month plan...
>>>>"
> Janet US
 
Ahh, I see. My bad. He was still claiming that Tracfone was $5 when
he mentioned this before, so I assumed it was the same lie.
 
I don't suppose he'll want to share that plan with us. Because even
the AARP deals for geriatric users run $10. Tracfone is the cheapest,
non-subsidized deal out there.
 
So what plan do you have, Sheldon?
 
-sw
Sqwertz <swertz@cluemail.compost>: May 30 12:53PM -0500

On Sat, 30 May 2015 11:42:36 -0600, Janet B wrote:
 
> rotisserie. They buy the rotisserie chickens by sized preferred,
> already marinated and ready for the rotisserie. These chickens never
> appear at the raw chicken sales counter.
 
And we've explained to his paranoid ass a dozen times already.
 
-sw
Nancy2 <ellorysgirl@gmail.com>: May 30 10:01AM -0700

Sf, where are the "entire bedroom communities" in flyover country bulldozed a few years ago?
Certainly nowhere around here that I know of....so I am just curious. I didn't see any articles
on activities like that close to Omaha, Chicago, St. Louis...i might not have been paying
attention.
 
N.
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Re: [CORE-Discussion] AADSM

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Tom, 
I will be there and will have the song rehearsed on my guitar. Ready to rock with you guys. 
Scott

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On May 30, 2015, at 4:38 PM, Tom Colquitt <tcasoulet@gmail.com> wrote:

Scott- Sorry I won't be there but am looking forward to meeting you and playing music in NJ at Barry's in october- assuming that's still on your schedule.

tc formerly crazy old man

On Fri, May 29, 2015 at 6:33 PM, Scott Neish <f1ford50@gmail.com> wrote:
Keith 
I will be there Thursday at the Biomodeling solutions booth. I will look to connect with you. It will be great to meet everyone in person.  Scott Neish ( formerly Scott)

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Come by the AMI booth. We will set up a time when everyone can meet. I really want to discuss the opportunity with the PBRN.

 

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I'll be there!

Allen Firestone 

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On May 29, 2015, at 7:12 AM, Jack Stellpflug <drjackdds@gmail.com> wrote:

    Keith suggested earlier that those, who are going to Seattle next week might get together to 'talk about common goals' I think is what he said.  I thought that I might start this thread to learn who will be there, so have at it........

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