Saturday, July 20, 2013

Checking In

I have been inactive here since last Christmas, and blogger passed me by with platform changes and such. I will have to see about getting my blogroll recreated... All is as well as can be. I hope your world is okay, too.

Sunday, December 23, 2012

News You Can Use

If you are making Krusteaze pancakes above 4000' add a quarter teaspoon of baking powder and a teaspoon of sugar per cup of mix. Make the water measure equal to the dry measure and combine until just wet all the way through. Lumpy is okay. I like to use our Orgreenic skillet for meats and breads but since I only have a ten incher that means it takes awhile to cook up silver dollar size cakes. If the Orgreenic coating isn't quite seasoned and you get sticking cakes, just chase a tiny bit of butter around the bottom of the pan with your turner and return to cooking. It doesn't take but a drop, and you might consider giving the cake a little more time to brown, too. Oh - and MERRY CHRISTMAS!

Wednesday, July 04, 2012

Independence Day, 2012.

Kind of hard to believe that our present situation began based on the ideas explained so clearly here. Liberty without responsibility never lasts.

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

The Belmont Club Is Always Worth a Read

I am working up in Salt Lake again and have few hours to call my own. Richard Fernandez is always worth the time spent:

"Most of us express these choices by deciding what churches to attend or what practices to observe. And there’s an end to it. If “separation of Church and state” or “religious freedom” mean anything it is that there are no privileged points of view. Yet that’s the trouble. Some must always be more equal than others. Bill Ayers never loses an opportunity to tell people what they must and must not do."

Thursday, February 23, 2012

One Slight Correction

"The US, Asia and Latin America are irked at the reluctance of Europe’s rich creditor states to put out the raging fires on their own doorstep. “The Europeans need to do more. That would unlock more support for the IMF from the other G20 countries,” said Augustin Carstens, Mexico’s central bank governor."

There are no "rich" countries in Europe. It's all paper and it's all inflated.

Reblog: "Everybody in my area was ready to go"

Do not measure us by our political leadership.