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  • Need help with Zatarain's Crispy Southern Fish-Fri Mix

    03/12/2013 5:17:50 PM PDT · by bimboeruption · 27 replies
    3-12-2013 | bimboeruption
    About a couple of weeks ago, in one of the political threads, Zatarain's Crispy Southern Style Seasoned Fish-Fri Mix was discussed. I wish I would have saved it because FReepers had included their favorite Zatarain fish recipes which sounded DELICIOUS. Please, could you share them with us again?
  • Barbara Boxer sees carbon tax in the mix ('Sandy' will be catalyst for O's climate change action)

    01/22/2013 1:34:53 PM PST · by NormsRevenge · 30 replies
    SFGate.com ^ | 1/22/13 | Carolyn Lochhead
    Sen. Barbara Boxer said she had a one word answer for why President Obama promised to act on climate change in his second inaugural address: “Sandy.” Boxer called Hurricane Sandy a turning point in public opinion on global warming, and said Washington will act to curb CO2 emissions not via legislation but through the Environmental Protection Agency. “My view is they have no choice but to act,” Boxer said, referring to a Supreme Court ruling that affirmed that greenhouse gasses are pollutants under the Clean Air Act. “The EPA has huge authority here.” ... “There may be a way to...
  • Homosexual 'Mix It Up' day - Is your child's school on the list?

    10/01/2012 12:07:39 PM PDT · by fwdude · 29 replies
    American Family Association ^ | Oct 1, 2012 | Tim Wildmon
    On, Tuesday, October 30, over two thousand schools across the nation will be observing "Mix It Up" (MIT) day. MIT is a nationwide push to promote the homosexual lifestyle in public schools. A strong focus is directed specifically to elementary and junior high grades. MIT is a project of the fanatical pro-homosexual group, Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC). This is the same organization that launched hateful and malicious rhetoric toward the Family Research Council just prior to the August shooting of a security guard by a SPLC sympathizer. See if your school is on the list
  • Obama’s Mix Tape for America

    Political Punch Recently the President's re-election campaign released a list of songs — a soundtrack, really — to be played during campaign events or just offered up to his supporters to download. A theme song for a political campaign is not at all a new concept -- remember FDR 's 'Happy Days are Here Again,' for instance, or the Frank Sinatra rewritten version of "High Hopes" for John F. Kennedy's campaign. But as we've seen recently, campaigns sometimes run into trouble when they incorporate music without the OK from the musician on the other side of the political aisle. Tom...
  • Officer Kills Dog as Kids Watched, Owner Says Read more on myFOXdfw.com:

    10/14/2011 1:22:07 PM PDT · by Immerito · 78 replies
    My FOX DFW ^ | October 12, 2011 | Emily Lopez
    ARLINGTON, Texas - A dog owner claims an Arlington police officer overreacted and shot his dog five times as his children watched. Buck Yandle said two police officers and an animal control officer showed up at his home on Lake Jackson Drive last week. They were there about his dog Bucky, a basset hound and Rottweiler mix. Neighbors said Bucky nipped a boy in the back after school. The dog never bit him, but it was enough to scare the 10-year-old. Yandle stepped outside to meet with the officers. He said he closed the door and left his four children...
  • Home gardening offers ways to trim grocery costs [Survival Today, an on going thread]

    03/23/2008 11:36:40 PM PDT · by nw_arizona_granny · 10,035 replies · 73,160+ views
    Dallas News.com ^ | March 14th, 2008 | DEAN FOSDICK
    Americans finding soaring food prices hard to stomach can battle back by growing their own food. [Click image for a larger version] Dean Fosdick Dean Fosdick Home vegetable gardens appear to be booming as a result of the twin movements to eat local and pinch pennies. At the Southeastern Flower Show in Atlanta this winter, D. Landreth Seed Co. of New Freedom, Pa., sold three to four times more seed packets than last year, says Barb Melera, president. "This is the first time I've ever heard people say, 'I can grow this more cheaply than I can buy it in...
  • Warning For Teens: Teeth And Jewelry Don't Mix

    06/20/2008 3:37:19 PM PDT · by blam · 30 replies · 134+ views
    Physorg ^ | 6-20-2008 | Tel Aviv University
    Warning for teens: Teeth and jewelry don't mix Skin piercings might be the rage among teens, but researchers from Tel Aviv University have found good reasons to think twice about piercing one's tongue or lip. Dr. Liran Levin, a dentist from the Department of Oral Rehabilitation, School of Dental Medicine at Tel Aviv University has found that about 15 to 20 percent of teens with oral piercings are at high risk for both tooth fractures and gum disease. Resulting tooth fractures as well as periodontal problems, he says, can lead to anterior (front) tooth loss later in life. High rates...
  • When generals and Congress mix

    09/10/2007 10:29:23 AM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 10 replies · 689+ views
    AP on Yahoo ^ | 9/10/07 | Calvin Woodward - ap
    WASHINGTON - Gen. David Petraeus faced lawmakers Monday with glittering stars and the weight of an unpopular war on his shoulders. Much as Gen. William Westmoreland defended another divisive conflict with a steely-jawed optimism four decades ago, the Iraq war commander sat stoicly before his questioners. The first moments weren't without a discordant note indicative of the divisiveness in the air over Iraq war policy. "Tell the truth, general," shouted protesters as the four-star general made his way into the crowded hearing room. Petraeus did not respond, either to them or to the sole heckler who interrupted the session in...
  • Illinois-based soldiers mix defensive operations with compassion

    03/14/2006 3:52:52 PM PST · by SandRat · 4 replies · 296+ views
    Marine Corps News ^ | Cpl. Daniel J. Redding
    CAMP TAQADDUM, Iraq (Mar. 12, 2006) -- Soldiers from 2nd Battalion, 130th Infantry Regiment performed a multi-faceted mission near Camp Taqaddum, Iraq, March 12, as they carried out weapons cache sweeps, investigated possible improvised explosive devices and conducted route clearance operations during the daylong operation. Along the way, the Illinois-based National Guard unit took time to interact with the locals, stopping in local villages around the base. The soldiers’ primary mission is to provide base security for the Marines and sailors of the forward-deployed 1st Marine Logistics Group. The 4,200 joint-service members of 1st MLG are part of the 25,000...
  • Guns and Alzheimer's don't mix (well Duh alert)

    11/29/2005 1:00:06 AM PST · by freepatriot32 · 20 replies · 863+ views
    The Daily Press ^ | November 28, 2005
    Hunting season brings concerns for gun safety in the hands of persons with Alzheimer's disease. While it may seem for some that hunting and handling guns has been a lifelong skill, the complex mental skills required by the safe handling of guns are usually lost early in the process of dementia. Studies into the behavior of those with Alzheimer's disease and related dementias indicate that threatening and unsafe behavior caused by impaired judgment has been found to occur in 30 to 50 percent of persons with AD. The presence of guns could contribute to serious consequences of life threatening injury...
  • FReeper dog lovers: This little guy needs help urgently

    04/11/2005 7:46:37 AM PDT · by Wolfstar · 90 replies · 3,325+ views
    4/11/05 | Wolfstar
    FReeper dog lovers, this little male Chihuahua mix (about 15 lbs.) desperately needs either a good, loving home or a foster home until I can find him a permanent situation. On Good Friday evening, I spotted this little guy in a blind panic at a very busy intersection in the city of Gardena, CA, a Los Angeles suburb. He paused a moment, then took off running down Gardena Blvd. I made a U-turn and did everything possible to try to catch up to and get ahead of him in an effort to save him. But he kept going. He turned...
  • No dogs allowed at new cat cafe

    08/18/2004 2:28:39 PM PDT · by JusticeTalion · 13 replies · 499+ views
    MSNBC ^ | 08/18/04 | The Associated Press
    New York eatery especially for kitties and their ownersNEW YORK - Dressed in a tuxedo, Simba sat at the front of one of Manhattan’s newest dining establishments and nodded at people who greeted him. Then he yawned, began to roll on the floor and lick his paws. That’s acceptable behavior at the Meow Mix Cafe, a new eatery designed especially for cats and their human owners.
  • Leftist Salon.Com Writer Joe Conason Is Joe Dirt

    09/24/2003 1:33:49 PM PDT · by ultimate_robber_baron · 7 replies · 1,597+ views
    The Hawaii Reporter ^ | Wednesday, September 24, 2003 | Stuart K. Hayashi
    Meet Joe Dirt Stuart K. Hayashi In 2001, comedian David Spade came out with a movie titled "The Adventures of Joe Dirt." It now appears that the film was about Joe Conason, the author of "Big Lies: The Right-Wing Propaganda Machine and How It Distorts the Truth" and an editorialist for the liberal-biased Salon.com. In the person of Brad Pitt, you've already Met Joe Black. Now Meet the Real Joe Dirt. His book purports to expose how right-wingers harness the corporate media to brainwash society. Instead of demonstrating such, however, Joe is too busy flinging his Dirt around. In two...
  • They Tell Us To Practise Sensible Hygene, But Hygene And Children Just Don't Mix (SARS)

    04/26/2003 5:10:38 PM PDT · by blam · 7 replies · 439+ views
    Independent (UK) ^ | 4-27-2003 | Karen Zagor
    'They tell us to practise sensible hygiene, but hygiene and children just don't mix'Worry about Sars makes this a difficult time to be a neurotic mother in Canada's largest city By Karen Zagor 27 April 2003 When I dropped my three-year-old off at nursery school on Friday morning, one of the other little darlings in the group was coughing. "Sars," I thought. "Get that kid out of here." What I really wanted to do was to grab my child, throw her in the back of the car and drive to my in-laws' cottage on a remote, northern lake. But life...
  • Update on gas/heating mixup in VT

    01/16/2003 4:17:45 AM PST · by JimVT · 4 replies · 325+ views
    Burlington Free Press ^ | 01/16/03 | John Briggs
    LOCAL NEWS Thursday, January 16, 2003 Dealers warn of contaminated oil By John Briggs Free Press Staff Writer As many as 53 households in central Vermont may have received a delivery Wednesday of fuel oil contaminated with gasoline. The contaminated home heating oil went to homes in South Burlington, Essex, Jericho and the Montpelier areas, said Moe Forcier of the state's Emergency Management office. He stressed that only Wednesday deliveries were at issue. Forcier said several home-heating fuel dealers received the oil from their bulk dealer, Ultramar in Essex Junction, which had received the contaminated mixture in a railroad car...
  • Latinos, Asians, gays gain in a Legislature looking more like California

    08/06/2002 2:25:25 PM PDT · by vannrox · 12 replies · 400+ views
    The San Diego Union - Tribune ^ | March 6, 2002 | By Jim Wasserman
    Latinos, Asians, gays gain in a Legislature looking more like California By Jim WassermanASSOCIATED PRESS March 6, 2002 LOS ANGELES – Latinos, Asian-Americans and gays continued 1990s gains in state Senate and Assembly primaries, setting the stage for a Legislature that looks more like California's increasingly diverse population. Women, too, boosted chances to expand their legislative presence. Asian-Americans, approximately 11 percent of the state's population, could raise their representation from four to six members in the Nov. 5 election. Gay men and women are almost certain to hold five seats later this year. And Latinos, representing one-third of California's 35...