Originally Posted By: lanovamiOkay, I 've been told repeatedly I MUST watch Downton Abbey? Anyone heard of it or seen it? I just finished the first episode and think I am going to like it. First episode of season 1? In the US, the 5th season does
Originally Posted By: musicalmarv7Obama is blamed for everything now a days.His popularity is way down and he is cast to become they say one of the worse president's in U.S. history.Time will tell of course what happens in his last years of being a l
So last night I snoozed from around 9:00 to about midnight and have been awake since. Now being about 7:20 AM. Been watching TV , reading mu ebook surfing the web etc . Just looked out the front windo to see one of the teachers arrive at school. I l
It's all misperception and Fox news blather !! Yes he's not perfect, and he's made mistakes. Name 1 POTUS that hasn't ! But he hasn't lied us into a war.. yet … and he's tried to do good for the common worker… ACA. His legacy will be far far
Originally Posted By: MrBI remember when the first personal computers came out back in the very early '80's , one of the uses proposed were to keep track of recipes. With the technology then, I thought it was much easier and simpler to just what folk
Obama is blamed for everything now a days.His popularity is way down and he is cast to become they say one of the worse president's in U.S. history.Time will tell of course what happens in his last years of being a leader.
My little tin 3"X5" recipe file box (and all my cook books) are in no small part just another part of what got left behind. I'd also opened a Self-Rising Food thread (dedicated to Phos) in my "other Forum" which unexpectedly clo
Hi, this is likely to be quite long winded as it is a strange problem so i apologise in advance. I have an early 2011 15" macbook pro. I stupidly purchased a cheap charger off ebay about a year ago and it imploded causing the mac to shut down.
I remember when the first personal computers came out back in the very early '80's , one of the uses proposed were to keep track of recipes. With the technology then, I thought it was much easier and simpler to just what folks had been using for deca
Originally Posted By: MrB... Saw this small pad of paper, (how quaint, I thought) grabbed it up, quickly scribbled down the recipe , took it into the kitchen where I looked at it easily then when done just tossed it in my recycles. Hmmm Dave
My only concern is the troops. How can America be everywhere, defending every country, every nation? There was a huge enlistment after 9-11, but do we have the man/woman power to protect every conflict? What is their motivation? I'm afraid once warmo
THIS.. ..is what I learned to write with. (and a functional INKWELL built into your desktop) I remember the first "ball point" pens... I still recall the sticky blobs of ink that smeared when your cuffs dragged across them.. and the
Used those many times but now just like small pads. Come to think of it, somewhere around this place of mine I have some padding compound to make pads. I think I got it back in the 80's so I'm sure it would still be good Dave
Originally Posted By: six_of_oneWho did what is irrelevant at this point. Scatology aside, what's the solution? GTF OUT NOW !! Arm the Kurds. as far as the Govt in Bagdad… send them small arms and maybe offer surveillance and drone support but N
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