Archive for October, 2011
Have a habit of opening doors for women, the elderly and infirmed, but ever since this “sexual harrassment” *ideology began AND it does precede the Mr. Cain accusations, by eons, I’ve changed that habit a bit.
If I sense any bit of unease, discontent, or outright hostility from women, I let the door go free. Lest I be accused of “sexual harrassment”. When I do let the or A door loose, then I’m just a plain bastard. I like being a bastard. Of course, I could also be a son-of-a-bitch, but being that has a certain “sexual harrassment” tinge to it, let those that think or utter that, live with it. Screw ‘em. <—- OOPS “sexual harrassment”.
*ideology asterisk: Leftist Female Syndrome. Guess that’s better than say, Female Genital Mutilation.
P.S. Does “sexual harrassment” exist? Absolutely. AND it can be from both sets of human species. Just ask the parents of young men lured into the recent spate of female teacher bedrooms, back seats or motels..
The group has been labeled “neo-nazis” by the Southern Poverty Law Center, which is usually a demonization tactic, but the individual shown in the clip, “JT Ready” has attended neo-nazi rallies and is closely affiliated with the fringe National Socialist Party.
Opinions will undoubtedly be split, but one certainty is the fact that the establishment media instantly seized upon groups like this attaching themselves to the Tea Party rallies as a smear tactic to claim the whole movement was racist and violent. However, in the case of ‘Occupy’, the mainstream networks have largely ignored making such connections.
WebMD Recipe. Baked Garlic with Thyme. Yes, yes indeed and Thyme is what you will have plenty of. Alone..
WebMD Recipe from Foodily.com
In this version of baked garlic, we season fresh bulbs of fragrant heirloom garlic with thyme. If you can’t consume six bulbs of garlic right away, you can easily freeze the cloves for later use and they keep for several weeks in the refrigerator.
6 bulbs fresh garlic
6 tablespoons olive oil
1 bunch fresh thyme
unrefined sea salt
Preheat oven to 400° F.
Gently rub away as much of the papery outer skins of the garlic bulbs of you can, but take care to leave the skins encasing the garlic cloves intact.
Using a good sharp and sturdy knife, chop the very top of the bulbs of garlic off so that you might expose the tops of the individual cloves of garlic.
Place the bulbs of garlic in a clay baker or casserole dish, root-side down.
Dot each bulb with 1 tablespoon of olive oil.
Cover the garlic with fresh thyme and sprinkle the bulbs with unrefined sea salt.
Bake the dish, covered, at 400° F for 30 to 45 minutes. If you don’t have a covered casserole dish or clay baker, you may tent the bulbs of garlic with aluminum foil.
After about 30 to 45 minutes, when your home becomes fragrant with the rich scent of garlic and thyme, remove the garlic from the oven and allow it to rest and come to room temperature before serving it. Baked garlic is perfect on its own or with a slice of bread, but it also adds a beautiful, deep richness to any dish in which you would customarily use fresh garlic.
Total Servings: 6
Nutritional Information Per Serving
Saturated Fat: 3.8 g
Protein: 0.7 g