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  • Why the U.S. and the Vatican Must Be Destroyed

    05/23/2009 7:59:02 PM PDT · 317 of 683
    Yeti to seatrout
    "the voices are telling me to kill you"

    Y'know, there's a story behind that...

  • 50 BEST MAGAZINES (as per the Chicago Tribune)

    06/15/2006 7:45:12 PM PDT · 54 of 79
    Yeti to Tom D.
    Cook's Illustrated.

    Worst ever. I was apalled. These people are astonishingly pretentious, and the seem to HATE FOOD. The whole magazine was designed around selling their advertiser's products -- obviously so, but not candidly so. (Their comparison of rotissseries concluded that they are are generally worthless and silly, you need a "V-rack" instead.) The whole magazine was insulting. Recipe write-ups, too. Rosemary and Garlic Roasted Chicken, by a woman who thinks rosemary is insipid and garlic is rank. She experimented with several ways to cook it, and decided that the best way was with a V-rack.

  • Man convicted of assault as hate crime in Howard Beach baseball bat attack

    06/10/2006 5:06:34 PM PDT · 18 of 23
    Yeti to the invisib1e hand
    "while he bludgeoned the poor fellow."

    ...who was only there to...

    "...Moore, who suffered a fractured skull, admitted that he and two friends were in the neighborhood trying to steal a car ..."

    "..."Fat Nick," hurled the "n-word" during the attack and shouted, "We'll show you not to come and rob white boys."..."

    What a hater.

  • Mega-producers tip scales as organics go mainstream

    04/30/2006 5:28:43 AM PDT · 7 of 25
    Yeti to edpc
    Organic and non-organic. Pretty stark contrast.

    Those pictures are a pretty clear illustration. For one thing, groups of organic vegetables have rounded edges and cast a drop-shadow. I also see that organic vegetable don't come with garlic or ginger. The only good thing I can say about these organic veggies is that they aren't already cut open, like inorganic canteloupe and red cabbage.

  • Bubonic plague hits LA

    04/20/2006 3:23:21 AM PDT · 89 of 101
    Yeti to Centurion2000
    How?

    Biting.

  • Bubonic plague hits LA

    04/18/2006 6:46:43 PM PDT · 57 of 101
    Yeti to Harmless Teddy Bear
    LA needs more viking kitties.

    More cats, for sure! I could say a lot about this, but let me just emphasize that large cat populations really do lead to a low flea population.

    Fleas are the main 'transmission vector' for boubonic plague, and a several other bad afflictions. The big base population of fleas live on rats, mice, moles, squirrels, et cetera. Vermin. Cats despise vermin in love to destroy them. Waterbugs, moths, anything. They sometimes get a lizard or some kind of bird or nice butterfly, but the big trend is to kill vermin.

    Most cats kill any fleas that get on them, provided the base flea population is reasonably low, as it will be without vermin around to nourish them.

    Any outside cat, especially one who is a prolific mouser, should be treated regularly for worms. A small price to pay.

  • LETS GO AFTER THOSE THAT HIRE ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS

    03/29/2006 3:37:58 AM PST · 24 of 150
    Yeti to Timeout
    Many are ignoring the problem of forged documents. I was an employer in California until 12 years ago. I was virtually certain I had illegals on my payroll, but they had "green cards

    You're right. Thsy get their fake papers on the way up here. It wouldn't be practical: the only way to confidently avoid hiring illegals would be to avoid hiring hispanics, and that will get employers sued for racism.

  • The Michelangelo code: The genius of the Sistine Chapel was rude, puerile and a tad pornographic

    03/19/2006 6:22:42 AM PST · 118 of 133
    Yeti to Ditter
    So.....Michelangelo was a fag. I did not know that.

    Fags say everyone famous was a fag. Jesus, Alexander, Michelangelo, all the Greeks.... "All your heroes are belong to us fags!"

    If gays ever get their hands on a time machine, they'll go back in time and make it so.

  • The Truth about BBQ Sauce

    03/02/2006 7:51:25 PM PST · 237 of 272
    Yeti to billbears
    Is that ol' boy in Columbia still open? Maurices I believe it was.

    Yes, he has liitle fast-food BBQ restaurants all over the place. But, his sauce is no longer sold in grocery stores.

  • The Truth about BBQ Sauce

    03/02/2006 7:14:34 PM PST · 231 of 272
    Yeti to Publius6961; 300magnum; stainlessbanner
    one very famous sauce is not mentioned.

    I've mentioned him before :), along with a few others.

    And this timely thread gives me occasion to mention another:

    Farm Boy's in Chapin, SC. They are only open(for now) Thursday through Saturday(I think).

    I absolutely must give this place props for the best mustard BBQ I have had in many years. The best, in fact, that I have ever gotten from a restaurant.

    Pros: Mustard AND vinegar-pepper styles. They also have both creamy and pickle slaw(marinated, no mayo). Assorted BBQ-appropriate sides. Desserts. All you can eat for about $8, tea included.

    Cons: the hush-puppies are weak. Also, I'm told that sometimes they get a little happy with the pepper in the vinegar-pepper stuff, though I'm focused on the mustard-based, which is definitely top shelf.

    I'm not sure if the yankee waitress is a pro or a con. Inappropriate, but I like her(I know her from when she worked at Hardee's), and there's something positive about the cross-cultural thing going on there.

    I haven't been on a Thursday, but I understand that Thursday is pork chop day,and that the chops are very good.

    I saw, by the Chapin exit from I-26, that a sizeable commercial building under construction has a sign that says "Future home of Farm Boy's," and more power to them. I hope they expand their hours when they get out of the little hole-in-the-wall they're in now.

    If you're in the area, try it. If not, it's worth the drive for a BBQ afficanado. Honestly, what I had was way better than even Mourice's. If they sold that stuff in the store, they'd make a mint, worldwide. "Highly recommeded!"

  • Freeper Research Project: Freeper personality tests

    02/23/2006 7:15:55 PM PST · 518 of 1,021
    Yeti to Paradox
    Anudder INFP here (89 50 12 33). Makes me sound like something of a liberal, which, in my heart, I probably am.

    Are you gay? INTP is the main gay personality type, and many gays are liberals.

    It's okay, you can tell us! We wont judge you or tell anyone. We're just curious.

  • Lesbian T-shirt school storm

    02/18/2006 7:23:38 PM PST · 38 of 86
    Yeti to Eagles6
    A fifteen year old goes to her mother and says "I'm a lesbian and the mother says "I'm so glad".

    Something wierd there. Lesbianism as some kind of way for a homely woman to be proud of herself. Sour grapes as some kind of pseudo-therapeutic identity concept. Not healthy.

  • I've given up on trying to teach anyone here anything (They gave Socrates hemlock, now this guy.)

    02/13/2006 3:41:54 AM PST · 333 of 337
    Yeti to MarineMom613
    Are you a snowman?

    No, s/he's not.

  • Judge calls pedophile 'the worst I have ever sentenced' (Gives a 467 year sentence)

    02/11/2006 6:53:08 PM PST · 48 of 59
    Yeti to newzjunkey
    Your "some facts" link (which, incidentally has the word 'rainbow' in the url) is a typical pseudointellectual faux analysis.

    From your link:

    Cameron's claims hinge on the fallacious assumption that all male-male molestations are committed by homosexuals.
    Male-male molestations are intrinsically homosexual. To suggest otherwise is absurdly dishonest -- unless, maybe, being married proves heterosexuality despite homosexual activity. Silliness, and the gay community's monolithic parroting of such mind-bending nonsense is just another illustration of the fact that the state of being overtly gay involves an element of proactive antisocial hostility.
  • Got that synching feeling? Read my lips...(Union may force pop stars to admit they're lip-synching)

    02/05/2006 4:22:59 PM PST · 52 of 58
    Yeti to MarkL; dmz
    For one thing, most "strats" that you see big names playing bear only a superficial resemblance to the kind of thing you buy off the shelf. Inside, everything is usually customized.

    For another thing, for "soulful" of "bluesey," the best sound you will get live is one click down from the neck position on the pickup switch. In that position, you are playing the neck and center pickups together. The way strats are wired, in that position, the pickups are connected in what's called "pseudo-humbucking mode." That's right, your favorite live sound on a strat comes from a spread-out humbucker! Single-coils are noisy.

    This from a guy who has only ever owned strats or strat-style guitars. Strat body-style and neck are good(all I've ever owned), but they benefit alot from modification.

  • Muslim protests are incitement to murder, say Tories

    02/04/2006 6:25:09 PM PST · 112 of 133
    Yeti to AmericanMade1776

    Boy, there it is, isn't it? If anyone ever thought this was just some W-crew propaganda, show them that pic! You can tell by the tablecloth around his face, this dude is for real. And, hey, the sign speaks for itself, no?

    They hate us for our freedom.

  • Danish Muslims to Appeal Drawings Decision

    01/29/2006 12:29:26 PM PST · 58 of 62
    Yeti to Admin Moderator
    He heh: ass whores.

    "Gehl, Oy whunt tew tike yew tew uh guy bah..."

  • David Ludwig Pleads NOT GUILTY in Lititz Slaying of Teen Girlfriend's Parents

    01/26/2006 7:12:16 PM PST · 7 of 42
    Yeti to Dr. Scarpetta
    He allegedly told detectives that he and Kara, both of whom were home-schooled,

    Oh! Home-schooled, eh? That explaines it. Glad they pointed that out for me.

  • Anti-nude law KOd by Fla. court

    01/22/2006 8:54:34 PM PST · 5 of 35
    Yeti to freepatriot32
    Libertarian

    I don't subscribe to any brand of libertarianism that asserts someone's right to party naked in the street contrary to the wishes of that street's residents.

  • The Recipe For Success: Get Happy And You Will Get Ahead In Life

    12/19/2005 4:42:35 PM PST · 14 of 18
    Yeti to blam
    All very good, to be sure. But, failure is a very big impediment to happiness, so it sounds like the chicken vs the egg. Correllation vs. causation, too, maybe.

    Perhaps, they find people with all-in-all easy lives, who say "I've always been a happy person." Then they find some people with rough lives, who say, "I've never really been happy, even when I was a kid." What they fail to consider is that the happy person was raised rich and always had a parachute, while the sad person came from the ghetto or trailer park, and never even made it to the break-even point in life.

    Nevertheless, a cultivated awareness of the Good and affinity to it are my own primary "stress management tools," and they seem to have been very beneficial for me lately, so I'll agree that positive thinking is generally good for you.