Skip to comments.Liberal Chick Gets College Students to Sign Pressure Cooker Ban!
Posted on 04/30/2013 4:42:32 PM PDT by Nachum
Liberal Chick is back and completely off her rocker. This time the zany Leftist wants pressure cookers banned in light of the Boston Terrorist Attack. The sad thing is she finds dozens of college students ready to outlaw them as well. Cockle-Doodle-Do!
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John... is that you?
She must have missed the part about it being detonated by a cell phone. Let’s ban cell phones as well.
From my cold dead pot roast
Will 0bamacare cover surgical removal of cell phones from ears?
Pressure cookers are just so wrong. Even ignoring what happened in Boston, the concept of ‘Pressure’ is just so Capitalist and patriarchal. ‘Pressure’ harms self esteem. ‘Pressure’ leads to bullying. ‘Pressure’ causes stress and disease. Ban Pressure in general, not just pressure cookers.
I love Liberal Chick, she’s awesome.
The Obama shirt is the perfect accessory for this joke.
Might as well. None of these idiot broads know what they are for nor will they ever be inclined to use one.
ROTFLOL How does she keep a straight face?
One rational person in the whole video (besides Liberal Chick). The girl in the neon green outfit.
And, more on this:
Hows about a Muslim ban??
LOL That ties in well with the Pressure Cooker Ban. No need to cook, the gooberment will fix all of our meals.
No, but it will include the mandatory removal of ears for right wing talk radio listeners.
I’m not low information but I’d sign it.
She’s obviously never had to cook pinto beans in less than half a day.
The pictures show an RC receiver, or just a simple timer. The cylindrical battery was the giveaway.
Her parody of leftist looneyness is outstanding.
I hope you all do realize that her vids are all parodies.
we use a pressure cooker every week to cook our Sunday Dinner ,so get stuffed
Remember! If you outlaw pressure cookers, only outlaws will have them!
Quick, sauce-less pressure cooker chicken
Wash whole chicken, pat dry, season with salt in pepper,
then brown on all sides in open pressure cooker in 2 tbsp
of olive oil. Pick up browned chicken and put rack underneath, then add 1-1/2 water, chicken or vegetable
stock. Put on lid and pressure cook for 25 minutes.
Quick release pressure.
While it is cooking, make an elaborate sauce with all the
ingredients but the broth, as well as cooking rice or
pasta, unless the chicken is served with bread. Steamed
vegetables go very well on the side, with a cheese or cream sauce.
The way my Aunt used the pressure cooker of the 70’s and the food that came out of it... Let’s just say there were a few times I wish she were banned from using a pressure cooker and my father thought she would kill herself with it. She did impale the top into her ceiling once. We weren’t allowed in her kitchen if she was using her pressure cooker!
Pressure cookers are just so wrong. Even ignoring what happened in Boston, the concept of Pressure is just so Capitalist and patriarchal. Pressure harms self esteem. Pressure leads to bullying. Pressure causes stress and disease. Ban Pressure in general, not just pressure cookers.
Well, yeah, and those things cause global warming, too! (I'll be back in a minute. I've got to take something for my panic attack.)
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All this talk about pressure cookers. Hell, I have two twenty-one quart pressure canners. Now those can make one hell of an explosion.
And marathons, Chechan immigrants, welfare for immigrants and backpacks...
Especially at 7,000 feet altitude!
Some years back I read where a couple of college dudes got fed up with the Tree Huggers, which were then parading about the campus with their “Save the Whales!” placards.
They enlarged a photo of a gekko (think Geico) and placed then on some signs, along with “Save the Naughas!” and joined the whales parade. They explained to eager listeners that these gentle creatures were being slaughtered by the thousands for their skins, which provided Naugahyde coverings for sofas and stuffed chairs. They reported that with minutes, the “Save the Naughas!” was added to their mantra.
I understand that something similar was done, using the chemical name for water and sounding the alarm about toxins.
I wish I could make money off those gullible people, but I’m too far from a campus.
How about cars? They kill people and killer cars couldn't roll very well if we ban AIR pressure in the tires. Even the 15 pounds per square around us right now. It's gotta go "for the children".
College students should get 3/5 of a vote. Maybe none at all.
“From my cold dead pot roast”
On occasion, I, too, have been served a “cold, dead pot roast”. However, cut up an onion or two, a carrot and a few new potatoes, a dash or two of your favorite seasonings and bring it all back up to pressure. Turn off the heat, let sit for awhile, then serve.
Pressure cookers are our friends.
Yeah, like you know, it is not safe for the planet, you know, like we need to get rid of it. Like, you know ;)
We may also have to ban Boston to keep this from happening again.
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