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    Andy Guest

    Default Welcome to my Monday breakfast world!

    Welcome to my Monday breakfast world!

    On a terrifically sunny Monday morning...

    Oven baked at 400 F. for 12 minutes. 1/2 TJ's frozen pizza
    Margarita never disappoints!!! Showered with garlic powder and
    crushed red pepper, dotted with pesto.

    Chased down by a small glass of ice-cold milk.

    Welcome to my Monday breakfast world, today!

    You?

    Andy
    Andy's Evil Twin: He puts the "cooking" into rfc! And I
    helped!!!

  2. #2
    l, not -l Guest

    Default Re: Welcome to my Monday breakfast world!


    On 24-Sep-2012, Andy <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Welcome to my Monday breakfast world, today!
    >
    > You?

    My Monday b'fast was, in part, Sunday dinner. Left-over biscuit with
    chicken gravy; EggBeater's ham and cheese omelet, 5 oz. can of Lower-Sodium
    V-8 and coffee.
    --

    Change Cujo to Juno in email address.

  3. #3
    Cheri Guest

    Default Re: Welcome to my Monday breakfast world!

    "Andy" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:XnsA0D857CA9[email protected]..
    > Welcome to my Monday breakfast world!
    >
    > On a terrifically sunny Monday morning...
    >
    > Oven baked at 400 F. for 12 minutes. 1/2 TJ's frozen pizza
    > Margarita never disappoints!!! Showered with garlic powder and
    > crushed red pepper, dotted with pesto.
    >
    > Chased down by a small glass of ice-cold milk.
    >
    > Welcome to my Monday breakfast world, today!
    >
    > You?
    >
    > Andy
    > Andy's Evil Twin: He puts the "cooking" into rfc! And I
    > helped!!!



    Was up early, put a chicken in the oven with spaghetti sauce, had a thigh
    and a wing a few minutes ago, no beer though. :-)

    Cheri


  4. #4
    Andy Guest

    Default Re: Welcome to my Monday breakfast world!

    "Cheri" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Subject: Re: Welcome to my Monday breakfast world!
    > From: "Cheri" <[email protected]>
    >
    > "Andy" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]..
    >> Welcome to my Monday breakfast world!
    >>
    >> On a terrifically sunny Monday morning...
    >>
    >> Oven baked at 400 F. for 12 minutes. 1/2 TJ's frozen pizza
    >> Margarita never disappoints!!! Showered with garlic powder
    >> and crushed red pepper, dotted with pesto.
    >>
    >> Chased down by a small glass of ice-cold milk.
    >>
    >> Welcome to my Monday breakfast world, today!
    >>
    >> You?
    >>
    >> Andy
    >> Andy's Evil Twin: He puts the "cooking" into rfc! And I
    >> helped!!!

    >
    >
    > Was up early, put a chicken in the oven with spaghetti
    > sauce, had a thigh and a wing a few minutes ago, no beer
    > though. :-)
    >
    > Cheri




    Cheri,

    You're so late to breakfast!

    Still, duly noted in the record books. ;-)

    Best,

    Andy

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    Christopher M. Guest

    Default Re: Welcome to my Monday breakfast world!


    "Andy" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]..
    > Welcome to my Monday breakfast world!
    >
    > On a terrifically sunny Monday morning...
    >
    > Oven baked at 400 F. for 12 minutes. 1/2 TJ's frozen pizza
    > Margarita never disappoints!!! Showered with garlic powder and
    > crushed red pepper, dotted with pesto.
    >
    > Chased down by a small glass of ice-cold milk.
    >
    > Welcome to my Monday breakfast world, today!
    >
    > You?


    Grits for me. Grits seem to be doing me a lot of good. I feel healthier
    after I eat them.

    I love TJ's frozen pizza. Have to be careful not to overcook it.


    W. Pooh (AKA Winnie P.)



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    Somebody Guest

    Default Re: Welcome to my Monday breakfast world!

    "Christopher M." <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:k3r7b2$sj7$[email protected]..

    > Grits for me. Grits seem to be doing me a lot of good. I feel healthier
    > after I eat them.


    I forgot about grits. I consider them a cold weather food, and well it's
    cool again in the morn... so, I made some this morning. With half slice of
    cheese, and Boca sausage links sliced up. (Morningstar sausage patties are
    better, but want to use up the Boca links.)

    Thanks for the reminder!



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    Chemo Guest

    Default Re: Welcome to my Monday breakfast world!

    On Sep 25, 5:51*am, "Somebody" <v...@glorious.com> wrote:
    > "Christopher M." <nospam_flibb...@floo.com> wrote in message
    >
    > news:k3r7b2$sj7$[email protected]..
    >
    > > Grits for me. Grits seem to be doing me a lot of good. I feel healthier
    > > after I eat them.

    >
    > I forgot about grits. *I consider them a cold weather food, and well it's
    > cool again in the morn... *so, I made some this morning. *With half slice of
    > cheese, and Boca sausage links sliced up. *(Morningstar sausage pattiesare
    > better, but want to use up the Boca links.)
    >
    > Thanks for the reminder!


    Aren't Morningstar fake meat?

  8. #8
    Gary Guest

    Default Re: Welcome to my Monday breakfast world!

    Chemo wrote:
    >
    > On Sep 25, 5:51 am, "Somebody" <v...@glorious.com> wrote:
    > > "Christopher M." <nospam_flibb...@floo.com> wrote in message
    > >
    > > news:k3r7b2$sj7$[email protected]..
    > >
    > > > Grits for me. Grits seem to be doing me a lot of good. I feel healthier
    > > > after I eat them.

    > >
    > > I forgot about grits. I consider them a cold weather food, and well it's
    > > cool again in the morn... so, I made some this morning. With half slice of
    > > cheese, and Boca sausage links sliced up. (Morningstar sausage patties are
    > > better, but want to use up the Boca links.)
    > >
    > > Thanks for the reminder!

    >
    > Aren't Morningstar fake meat?


    I do believe it's soy "meat." Not too bad though if you're into that.

    G.

  9. #9
    dsi1 Guest

    Default Re: Welcome to my Monday breakfast world!

    On Monday, September 24, 2012 2:40:37 AM UTC-10, Andy wrote:
    > Welcome to my Monday breakfast world!
    >
    >
    >
    > On a terrifically sunny Monday morning...
    >
    >
    >
    > Oven baked at 400 F. for 12 minutes. 1/2 TJ's frozen pizza
    >
    > Margarita never disappoints!!! Showered with garlic powder and
    >
    > crushed red pepper, dotted with pesto.
    >
    >
    >
    > Chased down by a small glass of ice-cold milk.
    >
    >
    >
    > Welcome to my Monday breakfast world, today!
    >
    >
    >
    > You?
    >
    >
    >
    > Andy
    >
    > Andy's Evil Twin: He puts the "cooking" into rfc! And I
    >
    > helped!!!


    This morning I had some pork that I roasted yesterday. If you're tired of the same old pull pork with barbecue sauce, you might want to do what I did.Fry that sucker up, no barbecue sauce needed! Use a good amount of oil andhigh heat. Put that pork in there and flatten it. Your goal is to crisp and caramelize. Hit that pork with some vinegar mixed with a little hot sauce.. You can use balsamic vinegar if you don't mind the appearance. Flip the pork over and crisp some-more. Put a little more vinegar when it's just about done. Oh boy, it's great!

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    Somebody Guest

    Default Re: Welcome to my Monday breakfast world!

    "Chemo" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..

    Aren't Morningstar fake meat?

    ---

    no, fake soy.



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    Somebody Guest

    Default Re: Replacements

    "Chemo" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..

    Aren't Morningstar fake meat?

    ---

    In terms the NFL would use it's "replacement" meat. Like this year's crop
    of "replacement" refs. Which are not really replacements, but union picket
    line crossing. Most of the quality refs who were not already in the NFL
    have honored the strike. Hence, you have guys from Div III college
    football, and the Lingerie Football League. And a few from European
    football that keep throwing yellow cards for players using their hands.

    But ratings are up. Goodell is a genius!



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    merryb Guest

    Default Re: Replacements

    On Sep 26, 9:10*pm, "Somebody" <e...@mail.au> wrote:
    > "Chemo" <bhansen1...@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    >
    > news:[email protected]..
    >
    > Aren't Morningstar fake meat?
    >
    > ---
    >
    > In terms the NFL would use it's "replacement" meat. *Like this year's crop
    > of *"replacement" refs. *Which are not really replacements, but unionpicket
    > line crossing. *Most of the quality refs who were not already in the NFL
    > have honored the strike. *Hence, you have guys from Div III college
    > football, and the Lingerie Football League. *And a few from European
    > football that keep throwing yellow cards for players using their hands.
    >
    > But ratings are up. *Goodell is a genius!


    My son has some friends who went to the Seahawk/Packer game here in
    Seattle the other night. They are huge Green Bay fans, and at the end
    of the game, a group of Seahawk fans in front of them turned around
    and flipped them off- these are 14 year old kids! Really stupid
    behavior, but that seems to be the norm here for the 12th man...

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    Bryan Guest

    Default Re: Replacements

    On Sep 27, 11:51*am, merryb <msg...@juno.com> wrote:
    >
    > My son has some friends who went to the Seahawk/Packer game here in
    > Seattle the other night. They are huge Green Bay fans, and at the end
    > of the game, a group of Seahawk fans in front of them turned around
    > and flipped them off- these are 14 year old kids! Really stupid
    > behavior, but that seems to be the norm here for the 12th man...


    Sports is the opium of the people.

    --Bryan

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    merryb Guest

    Default Re: Replacements

    On Sep 27, 10:12*am, Bryan <bryangsimm...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > On Sep 27, 11:51*am, merryb <msg...@juno.com> wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    > > My son has some friends who went to the Seahawk/Packer game here in
    > > Seattle the other night. They are huge Green Bay fans, and at the end
    > > of the game, a group of Seahawk fans in front of them turned around
    > > and flipped them off- these are 14 year old kids! Really stupid
    > > behavior, but that seems to be the norm here for the 12th man...

    >
    > Sports is the opium of the people.
    >
    > --Bryan


    It was a very good example of lack of sportsmanship.

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    Nancy Young Guest

    Default Re: Replacements

    On 9/27/2012 1:12 PM, Bryan wrote:
    > On Sep 27, 11:51 am, merryb <msg...@juno.com> wrote:
    >>
    >> My son has some friends who went to the Seahawk/Packer game here in
    >> Seattle the other night. They are huge Green Bay fans, and at the end
    >> of the game, a group of Seahawk fans in front of them turned around
    >> and flipped them off- these are 14 year old kids! Really stupid
    >> behavior, but that seems to be the norm here for the 12th man...

    >
    > Sports is the opium of the people.


    You keep saying it, and it's still stupid.

    nancy


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    Tommy Joe Guest

    Default Re: Replacements

    On Sep 27, 1:34*pm, Nancy Young <rjynlynos...@vverizon.net> wrote:

    > >> My son has some friends who went to the Seahawk/Packer game here in
    > >> Seattle the other night. They are huge Green Bay fans, and at the end
    > >> of the game, a group of Seahawk fans in front of them turned around
    > >> and flipped them off- these are 14 year old kids! Really stupid
    > >> behavior, but that seems to be the norm here for the 12th man...



    Let's be honest, I'm sure it could have happened in reverse. As
    for the call, I was rooting for Seattle but thought the ball was
    intercepted. After further views in ultra slow motion I was further
    convinced. But in all fairness a case could be made that the Seattle
    receiver did have both hand securely on the ball with his arms wrapped
    around the Green Bay defender's helmet and back.

    I personally am sick of everyone jumping on the replacement refs.
    I wait all year for the NFL to start. I'm sure most fans would not
    want the games canceled. In my view, any fan who did not boycott the
    games is a hypocrite for jumping all over the replacement guys.

    My view is that everyone on earth is a replacement. And let me
    remind those who don't know or weren't around at the time that in the
    70s and 80s and maybe even beyond all we heard was how the refs loved
    the game and were doing it strictly as a hobby - the money was
    secondary - because they were mostly professionals - teachers, judges,
    lawyers, doctors, whatever - and they did it just for the love of the
    game. Then they became a union.

    But the truth is, they too learned on the job, and they too made
    mistakes, only they were not as magnified as the ones made by the
    replacements who have been under the microscope from the start. I
    imagine they are under a lot of pressure. It's almost a no win
    situation for them.

    The major disadvantage for the replacement guys is that they have
    no regular refs to learn from. They can't blend in. They're there as
    one new unit. But if given time they would learn to do a better job.
    If those who watch are really all that upset about the replacement
    guys, they should be more honest about voicing their displeasure by
    simply boycotting the games. Sure, who doesn't bitch about an
    occasional bad call? And there have been some. But the regular guys
    make mistakes too. What sickens me most is that the regular refs are
    rooting hard for the replacement guys to mess up. The coaches are
    screaming in their faces, the fans are booing, and the media is
    relentlessly redundant in their outcry. If forced at gunpoint to
    choose, I'd go with the replacements and give them more time to learn
    just as everyone on earth learns on the job. The regular refs were
    not born on Planet Ref. They were born here and had to learn. When
    they came out of Ref School they did not know everything. Everyone
    learns on the job.

    TJ

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    merryb Guest

    Default Re: Replacements

    On Sep 27, 4:04*pm, Tommy Joe <j...@bellsouth.net> wrote:
    > On Sep 27, 1:34*pm, Nancy Young <rjynlynos...@vverizon.net> wrote:
    >
    > > >> My son has some friends who went to the Seahawk/Packer game here in
    > > >> Seattle the other night. They are huge Green Bay fans, and at the end
    > > >> of the game, a group of Seahawk fans in front of them turned around
    > > >> and flipped them off- these are 14 year old kids! Really stupid
    > > >> behavior, but that seems to be the norm here for the 12th man...

    >
    > * *Let's be honest, I'm sure it could have happened in reverse. *As
    > for the call, I was rooting for Seattle but thought the ball was
    > intercepted. *After further views in ultra slow motion I was further
    > convinced. *But in all fairness a case could be made that the Seattle
    > receiver did have both hand securely on the ball with his arms wrapped
    > around the Green Bay defender's helmet and back.
    >
    > * * I personally am sick of everyone jumping on the replacement refs.
    > I wait all year for the NFL to start. *I'm sure most fans would not
    > want the games canceled. *In my view, any fan who did not boycott the
    > games is a hypocrite for jumping all over the replacement guys.
    >
    > * * *My view is that everyone on earth is a replacement. *And letme
    > remind those who don't know or weren't around at the time that in the
    > 70s and 80s and maybe even beyond all we heard was how the refs loved
    > the game and were doing it strictly as a hobby - the money was
    > secondary - because they were mostly professionals - teachers, judges,
    > lawyers, doctors, whatever - and they did it just for the love of the
    > game. *Then they became a union.
    >
    > * * *But the truth is, they too learned on the job, and they too made
    > mistakes, only they were not as magnified as the ones made by the
    > replacements who have been under the microscope from the start. *I
    > imagine they are under a lot of pressure. *It's almost a no win
    > situation for them.
    >
    > * * *The major disadvantage for the replacement guys is that they have
    > no regular refs to learn from. *They can't blend in. *They're there as
    > one new unit. *But if given time they would learn to do a better job.
    > If those who watch are really all that upset about the replacement
    > guys, they should be more honest about voicing their displeasure by
    > simply boycotting the games. *Sure, who doesn't bitch about an
    > occasional bad call? *And there have been some. *But the regular guys
    > make mistakes too. *What sickens me most is that the regular refs are
    > rooting hard for the replacement guys to mess up. *The coaches are
    > screaming in their faces, the fans are booing, and the media is
    > relentlessly redundant in their outcry. *If forced at gunpoint to
    > choose, I'd go with the replacements and give them more time to learn
    > just as everyone on earth learns on the job. *The regular refs were
    > not born on Planet Ref. *They were born here and had to learn. *When
    > they came out of Ref School they did not know everything. *Everyone
    > learns on the job.
    >
    > TJ


    What bugs me is what would have happened to these kids if the Packers
    would have got the call.
    Have you seen the salaries these refs get? The players are way
    overpaid, and so are the refs. It's frustrating to see teacher unions
    fighting for something needed, and then to see how this gets resolved
    so fast...

  18. #18
    Tommy Joe Guest

    Default Re: Replacements

    On Sep 27, 7:18*pm, merryb <msg...@juno.com> wrote:

    > What bugs me is what would have happened to these kids if the Packers
    > would have got the call.
    > Have you seen the salaries these refs get? The players are way
    > overpaid, and so are the refs. It's frustrating to see teacher unions
    > fighting for something needed, and then to see how this gets resolved
    > so fast...



    Now you're getting all political on me. Sorry, I don't agree
    about the pay. For refs maybe, for players no. I think those of the
    silver screen are overpaid as most are related and their positions are
    based not so much on talent and true competition but on who they
    know. The players work their way up through pop warner (or whatever
    it's called), to middle school, to high school, to college, and then
    to the pros - and only a handful of players make it. They deserve
    what they get. Sure the amounts sound sickening and maybe they are -
    but there are plenty of people who are overpaid that no one ever hears
    of.

    The schools are just a day camp to keep kids off the street. The
    ABCs are all that count. After that, no one learns unless they want
    to. I quit school when I was 15 and I was glad to get out because I
    couldn't wait to get out. I did not like the teachers. Most people
    are not very good at what they do, and I believe the percentage of
    ineptitude and expertise is the same in all regular jobs. I can't
    name the percentage, but only a handful are really good at what they
    do and are proud of how they do it.

    Teachers and their pay is used as an issue by politicians, and
    worse by the government that at one time cracked down on "gangsters"
    for running the numbers game and other forms of gambling, but now run
    those operations themselves, and suddenly it's ok because a percentage
    of the money is going to "the schools." It doesn't matter how much
    money the schools get, the vast majority of teachers, regardless of
    pay, are just not very good at what they do. They go to college for
    it, but they don't go anywhere near the dramatic and competitive
    weeding out process that pro athletes do. I think the amount of money
    is obscene, but in the scheme of things the pro athlete deserves it as
    much or more than most.

    TJ

  19. #19
    merryb Guest

    Default Re: Replacements

    On Sep 27, 4:29*pm, Tommy Joe <j...@bellsouth.net> wrote:
    > On Sep 27, 7:18*pm, merryb <msg...@juno.com> wrote:
    >
    > > What bugs me is what would have happened to these kids if the Packers
    > > would have got the call.
    > > Have you seen the salaries these refs get? The players are way
    > > overpaid, and so are the refs. It's frustrating to see teacher unions
    > > fighting for something needed, and then to see how this gets resolved
    > > so fast...

    >
    > * * Now you're getting all political on me. *Sorry, I don't agree
    > about the pay. *For refs maybe, for players no. *I think those of the
    > silver screen are overpaid as most are related and their positions are
    > based not so much on talent and true competition but on who they
    > know. *The players work their way up through pop warner (or whatever
    > it's called), to middle school, to high school, to college, and then
    > to the pros - and only a handful of players make it. *They deserve
    > what they get. *Sure the amounts sound sickening and maybe they are -
    > but there are plenty of people who are overpaid that no one ever hears
    > of.
    >
    > * * The schools are just a day camp to keep kids off the street. *The
    > ABCs are all that count. *After that, no one learns unless they want
    > to. *I quit school when I was 15 and I was glad to get out because I
    > couldn't wait to get out. *I did not like the teachers. *Most people
    > are not very good at what they do, and I believe the percentage of
    > ineptitude and expertise is the same in all regular jobs. *I can't
    > name the percentage, but only a handful are really good at what they
    > do and are proud of how they do it.
    >
    > * * * Teachers and their pay is used as an issue by politicians, and
    > worse by the government that at one time cracked down on "gangsters"
    > for running the numbers game and other forms of gambling, but now run
    > those operations themselves, and suddenly it's ok because a percentage
    > of the money is going to "the schools." *It doesn't matter how much
    > money the schools get, *the vast majority of teachers, regardless of
    > pay, are just not very good at what they do. *They go to college for
    > it, but they don't go anywhere near the dramatic and competitive
    > weeding out process that pro athletes do. *I think the amount of money
    > is obscene, but in the scheme of things the pro athlete deserves it as
    > much or more than most.
    >
    > TJ


    Yeah, probably a bad example, but hope you know what I meant...

  20. #20
    sf Guest

    Default Re: Replacements

    On Thu, 27 Sep 2012 16:29:14 -0700 (PDT), Tommy Joe
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    > On Sep 27, 7:18*pm, merryb <msg...@juno.com> wrote:
    >
    > > What bugs me is what would have happened to these kids if the Packers
    > > would have got the call.
    > > Have you seen the salaries these refs get? The players are way
    > > overpaid, and so are the refs. It's frustrating to see teacher unions
    > > fighting for something needed, and then to see how this gets resolved
    > > so fast...

    >
    >
    > Now you're getting all political on me. Sorry, I don't agree
    > about the pay. For refs maybe, for players no. I think those of the
    > silver screen are overpaid as most are related and their positions are
    > based not so much on talent and true competition but on who they
    > know. The players work their way up through pop warner (or whatever
    > it's called), to middle school, to high school, to college, and then
    > to the pros - and only a handful of players make it. They deserve
    > what they get. Sure the amounts sound sickening and maybe they are -
    > but there are plenty of people who are overpaid that no one ever hears
    > of.
    >
    >

    I just looked http://www.therichest.org/sports/nfl-referee/ and I
    think their salary is less than fair considering what the owners pay
    players and the fact that the NFL is a multi-billion dollar business.

    --
    I take life with a grain of salt, a slice of lemon and a shot of tequila

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