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Subdeacon Joe

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  1. I had the same thought when I first read it, then realized, as you did, that it was just a break between sections.
  2. Outdoor Revival Like This Page · Yesterday · Edited · Calamity Jane at Wild Bill Hickok's grave Deadwood SD 1903
  3. Same old story for that side of the aisle. Come up with The Cause of the Week. Develop a Theory of how to address The Cause. Cobble together a Model that will support your Theory. Manipulate data to make it fit the Model. Present as The Truth and Settled Science.
  4. Given that about half of the Bill of Materials is for two sides, two sauces, and garnish, no bet. Of the BoM for the beef, likely you could leave out the celery root, parsnips, lovage, marrow bones, parsley stems, and leeks without anyone noticing. Unless they had an extremely well developed palate.
  5. I was thinking 8 to 10. But, if you start with some bread and salad, then 12 to 16 would be reasonable. I likely have at least 2/3 of the stuff on hand now. I'd need to get the beef and ox tails, of course. The leeks (some of which I get about once a month anyway), the fresh parsley, and the fresh spinach. I'd likely substitute in the extra carrots for the parsnip and the celery for the lovage. But, really, how is it, other than the seemingly lengthy Bill of Materials, all that different from a good stew or soup? Those often have a lengthy BoM, but most of the ingredients are found in any decent pantry. Likely a bowl with a plate over it. Maybe a pot with a lid. Or even parchment paper.
  6. Outdoor Revival Like This Page · April 11 · Edited · In a rare photo of the couple together, Josie Marcus sits with Wyatt Earp in their desert camp at their Happy Days gold mine, across the river from Parker, Arizona, in the 1920s. http://www.dustyway.com/2009/07/wyatt-earps-happy-days.html
  7. Sure! Pass the mustard, please. I won't go into what I think of mayo on fries.
  8. That's how I feel about dipping fries in a chocolate shake.
  9. Mustard. Maybe with some horseradish.
  10. That's what mustard is for.
  11. No, I haven't made it yet. Likely won't for a couple of months. Franz Joseph I, Emperor of Austria, was a great lover of Tafelspitz. According to the 1912 official cookery textbook used in domestic science schools of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, “His Majesty’s private table is never without a fine piece of boiled beef, which is one of his favorite dishes.”
  12. Wasn't going to mention that.
  13. What caused me to look it up was https://www.facebook.com/BritComMil/?__tn__=kC-R&eid=ARDaypmS4srdc9Stacg1M-tCErElm3oigNACS7LrsnbcJBSTbVKCuigJsNKh_EsW7HNwY0xolvGhRHma&hc_ref=ARSwmX5w_a2m_sB5LkfvhmYQN29sYBegX9H3laxcHbfp-ZKy6pkHotPl47gO9UCZkzo&fref=nf British and Commonwealth Military 1 hr · “Maori Battalion March to Victory” Corporal Anania ‘Nan’ Amohau leads the choir of the Maori Battalion in singing their marching song, “Maori Battalion March to Victory” before the King of Greece and his wife at Helwan, Egypt, around 24 June 1941. The black-and-white has been kindly colourised by Daniel Rarity (click on image to see it full length). Corporal Amohau (Te Arawa, Ngāti Whakaue, Tūhourangi) had written the song in 1940, putting stirring lyrics to an American college football march, the “Washington & Lee Swing.” He introduced the song to fellow soldiers at Trentham Army Camp in November 1940 and, as one commentator has noted, “Within a short period the trainees had adopted the tune, with its now famous words, as their rallying marching song. Over the next five years it was to be sung in countless bars, music halls and wherever Maori gathered together.” Cpl Amohau (later Sergeant Major) was born in Whakarewarewa and educated at Whakarewarewa Primary School and Te Aute College. He worked as a photographer in Rotorua and was a member of the Maori concert party at the tourist village. Anania served in B Company 28 Maori Battalion and survived the war, living most of his life in the Hutt Valley where he and his family were involved in a wide range of Maori cultural and musical activities. He died in 1972. The lyrics Cpl Amohau wrote were almost completely in English, though versions of the song exist with some verses in Maori. The rousing chorus is perhaps New Zealand’s most famous piece of patriotic music after the national anthem, with a rhythmic beat perfectly matched to the fall of marching boots. “Maori Battalion march to victory Maori Battalion staunch and true Maori Battalion march to glory Take the honour of the people with you We will march, march, march to the enemy And we'll fight right to the end. For God! For King! And for Country! AU - E! Ake, ake, kia kaha e!” Photo: Cropped from DA-01227, deletion made; Cpl Anania Amohau conducting the Maori choir singing 'Maori Battalion', Helwan. New Zealand. Department of Internal Affairs. War History Branch. The photographer is believed to have been Private Harold Paton. Colourised by Daniel Rarity. See original photo in comments below.
  14. "The older man was in fear of his life. Of that, I have no doubt. He was outnumbered by young, aggressive males who were grabbing his head in what anyone can assume was an attempt to bash his skull in. And none of that was an issue. The gun was the problem. At that moment, we suddenly had an issue. The truth is, no one in Chicago cares about violence as a whole. That video makes it clear. Two young males can beat an older man senseless, and no one seems to notice. The moment the older man pulls a gun, suddenly it’s a problem. Unfortunately for Chicago, that proves that the issue isn’t guns. The issue is a population that doesn’t give a damn about their fellow man. Like we’ve been saying for ages, it’s a people problem, not a gun problem. " https://bearingarms.com/tom-k/2019/04/12/chicago-video-proves-urban-issue-guns-not-violence/?fbclid=IwAR06NIt3yEuBqQUggdaY3Ndaobp77HReiD_DvBw8qWCH5RAo27MSART6dUk
  15. Amazing how 'Buck Rogers" those landings look. Great stuff.
  16. One heckuva first period! Knights went up 3-0 in about the first 10 minutes. Sharks, in the last 5 minutes of the period tied it up. Aaaaand... The Knights just score in the opening minute of the second period on a power play.
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