Monthly Archives: November 2010
I’d love to follow my grandmother’s example in home-canning just about everything, but frankly in earthquake country those glass jars just don’t make sense (as she’s learned to her dismay). Imagine my joy upon learning that you can follow the … Continue reading
As some of you know, among other things, my job involves writing my employers’ contracts with consumers who use our services. One of the best weapons has been the arbitration provision — keeps disputes private, keeps them out of court, … Continue reading
Breda found it, bless her.
We wouldn’t be having these TSA pat-downs & invasive scans if Bush hadn’t started this ball rolling. Obama owns this current mess, but only because Bush gave him the power to do it.
Greenwald hammers The Nation for counting themselves amongst the legion of media bootlickers who bow before the might of government for the illusion of safety. We need to apply a new label to these “journalists”, and that label is “coward”. … Continue reading
We need something like this.
Scope with cool reticle found at Oleg’s.
Here’s how it looked at 170 degrees (fell asleep and left it on a bit long). Tastes great. – Posted using BlogPress from my iPhone
Where 1.0 from this morning was at 160 degrees a mere two hours in, Turkey 2.0 is only at 150 degrees after two-and-a-half hours. Side note: whatever ad agency decided to mix “Deck the Halls” with “Bust A Move” is … Continue reading
The pork was done after another hour or so. Turkey 2.0 is doing nicely too. – Posted using BlogPress from my iPhone