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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Sat 09 Jan 2010, 16:20

Not to discourage you or throw any negativity your way, it is just that what I predict for the American economy in the future that a restaurant would be the last place I would want to try to make happen as a business.
In fact, what I predict, and have been predicting accurately for the past ten years has pretty much left me with the option of removing myself from the United States. As I am very much under the impression that times are going to get very, very tough and dire in the next five years.
In the meantime, I still wish you all the luck in your endeavors.

I will PM you my BBQ sauce recipe and you can give it a try. I slather it on my food when it is about five to ten minutes ready to come off the grill so the sugars doesn't burn turns black.

And do take a took at the book Smoke and Spice. A great historical explanation of BBQ and has a large number of different rub and sauce recipes...you may find a few in there to your liking.
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Post  seraphim on Sun 10 Jan 2010, 01:47

Vast archaeological remains of an unknown, ancient civilization have been found.


As Brazilian rain forest has been cleared away to make way for animal grazing, the architectural footprint of a network of ancient villages has been revealed.

The combination of land cleared of its rain forest for grazing and satellite survey have revealed a sophisticated pre-Columbian monument-building society in the upper Amazon basin on the east side of the Andes. This hitherto unknown people constructed earthworks of precise geometric plan connected by straight orthogonal roads," the researchers wrote in the journal.
http://www.sphere.com/article/deforestation-reveals-ancient-amazonian-city/19309215?icid=main
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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Tue 12 Jan 2010, 18:55

This is quite possible concerning the rise of the smartphone as being a pocket laptop and now everyone accessing the web wirelessly from their handheld.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MnGFy_6Ts7s&feature=related

Google Nexus One Phone was just released.
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Thu 14 Jan 2010, 15:06

Ive had the nok 5800 for a few months , excellent unit, but i guess its yesterdays technology already, but still no where near the useability of a laptop or desk unit for browsing regarding speed, ease of typing etc , but i think in a year or so, the mobile internet useability will be improved dramatically
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Thu 14 Jan 2010, 15:08

Older news but always topical

I have been abducted by aliens, says Japan's first lady

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Post  tgII on Fri 15 Jan 2010, 09:24

"Cognitive infiltration?" Does that sort of like mean how folks comprehend,
understand or honestly question all the anomalies of the annihilation of 3,000
people and three buildings? scratch

How does that work, let's see, we don't want people thinking about 911?

  • Obama staffer wants ‘cognitive infiltration’ of 9/11 conspiracy groups

    In a 2008 academic paper, President Barack Obama's appointee to head the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs advocated "cognitive infiltration" of groups that advocate "conspiracy theories" like the ones surrounding 9/11.

    Cognitive Infiltration

    Cass Sunstein, a Harvard law professor, co-wrote an academic article entitled "Conspiracy Theories: Causes and Cures," in which he argued that the government should stealthily infiltrate groups that pose alternative theories on historical events via "chat rooms, online social networks, or even real-space groups and attempt to undermine" those groups.


But, but, it's not a conspiracy, we now know exactly what went down.

So like I didn't vote to put Cass Sunstein in a position of power to influence
my actions and how I spend my time in trying to understand the events
surrounding 911, go jump out a window Sunstein.
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Post  tgII on Fri 15 Jan 2010, 11:13

  • Something it totally not right about this!


No, everything is right about this. Follow the pattern follow the crimes.

    Cruel Hoax - Henry Makow
    http://www.cruelhoax.ca/#top


If you ask me they are an existential threat to the rest of us.









  • The Radical lesbian (lesbiennes radicales) movement, or (FLR) began in France in 1980, and became organized in 1981 under the name Front des lesbiennes Radicales .[1] An offshoot of this movement developed shortly after, in the French-speaking province of Quebec, Canada. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radical_lesbians


One of their goals is to topple heteropatriarchy societies and are some
very, very scary people.
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Post  seraphim on Mon 18 Jan 2010, 05:30

The Natives get screwed over time and time again!! I knew the Army Corp was lying!! They said they gave the bones of Kennewick man to the Natives two times and said the Natives contaminated the bones and made them useless for study!! Can you believe that! And I haven't heard anyone come forward to counter that so I did some research.
First of all the Natives would have told all those people to keep Kennewick man where they found him. And they would have never messed or even touched the bones. Natives won't even touch or go near any of their ancestors bones or things, at least in most tribes. It's all sacred.
Anyway found this link that proves that the Umatilla Natives didn't even touch the bones. Yet blamed for ruining the bones by the government!! Yes, the army corp said it was the Umatilla Natives that ruined the bones!! But that was just a coverup, why???

On Sept. 17, corps employees and Umatilla leaders recovered additional remains from the area where the first bones were found. They then put them with the other remains.

n On Feb. 7, two Wanapum elders held a second brief religious ceremony in the vault.

n On April 3, three Umatilla leaders spent 20-25 minutes in the vault for a ceremony that included songs and spoken words. Al Halfmoon, a member of the Umatilla board of trustees, said the ceremony was practiced by several Columbia River tribes.

Halfmoon wasn't at the ceremony - but he said such burial practices were common among "river people" who are trying to guide the spirit of a dead person. Traditionally, tribal members use seven drums during the ceremony - but "they probably didn't have seven drums" at Battelle, Halfmoon said.

Meier said the box of bones was not opened during the religious ceremonies.

http://www.tri-cityherald.com/1211/story/136499.html
And on ancient Europeans in South America
In ancient cities of South America, some of which may have been populated by over 50,000 people, were found the mummies of Caucasoid nobles buried in the bowels of ancient temples. As ruins continue to yield their secrets it now appears that many of the ancient pre-Columbian civilizations were sea-faring peoples with a long tradition of open-sea sailing. Rather than walking 10,000 miles from Mongolia to Chile, it now seems that the "first Americans" may have sailed first class. And where they came from will soon be firmly resolved by DNA testing. Peru, Chile, and Ecuador are all revealing long forgotten cities of ancient peoples classified as racially part of the Indo-European family of people. From Red headed mummies in pre-Inca graves in Peru to blond headed Toltek warrior priests in central Mexico, this is not the history of your father's generation.
http://www.louisbeam.com/kennewick.htm
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