Eating For A Month – Day 29

Breakfast: Germade and scrambled eggs from Rainy Day Foods.

Lunch: Cornbread from Rainy Day foods, and Chili Mac from Mountain House.

Dinner: Stogranoff w/Beef & Noodles from Alpine Aire, and Applesauce from Rainy Day foods.

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Eating For A Month – Day 28

Breakfast: Apple Cinammon Muffin, Quick Rolled Oats from Rainy Day Foods.

Lunch: Mountain House Hamburger Patty with Cheezy Mashed Potatoes.

Dinner: Macaroni and Cheddar Cheese, Sweet Corn, Fudge Brownie, from Rainy Day Foods.

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Saddam’s Execution Scheduled – 6 a.m. Saturday

There is so much wrong with this sham of a trial (and his accusers), I barely know where to begin. But it matters now, the powers that be have demanded their pound of flesh while their own misdeed and evil nefarious acts remain unpunished.

Brace yourself for a great deal of grandstanding and backslapping as the Bush administration declares a “victory” and final “justice” while their own countrymen sink into the morass of civil war in Iraq.[...] Read More

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Alternative What?

Over the past few weeks, I’ve had some interesting emails from Lonewolf, who has done some serious investigation into switching from his gasoline power generation (generators) to wind turbines. Since he is located in a Class 4 to Class 5 wind zone (seasonal mean wind speeds of 13.4 to 14.4 mph) this would seem to make good sense.

Using only 200 kw per month (less then 1/5th of most households or less), the actual cost of the equipment for this conversion would run a whopping $13,000 – $20,000, with a break-even point far off in the distant future of 30 to 50 years.[...] Read More

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Eating For A Month – Day 27

Breakfast: Belgium waffles and freeze-dried blueberries, hot chocolate from Rainy Day Foods.

Lunch: I made aFresh baked bread with freeze-dried grilled chicken breast from Mountain House. This was great! Also had Orange Drink from Rainy Day foods.

Dinner: Sweet & Sour Pork w/Rice from Mountain House, and chocolate pie (made from chocolate pudding from Rainy Day foods and fresh baked pie crust).[...] Read More

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Eating For A Month – Day 26

Breakfast: Apple drink, hashbrowns from Rainy Day Foods, and scrambled eggs w/ham from Mountain House.

Lunch: Mountain Chili from Alpine Aire and a buttermilk biscuit.

Dinner: Sierra Chicken and Apple Blueberry Fruit Cobbler from Alpine Aire for dessert.

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More Executive Backslapping

This kind of story just disgusts me. I’ve already reported on this, but there seems to be no end to the level of deception and planetary debauchery these corporate monstrosities are willing to embrace.  This isn’t a “distraction” enough – this is time for a honest-to-God-clean-the-house people’s revolution and throw these greedy sucking vortexes into a black hole of death.[...] Read More

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Eating For A Month – Day 25

Breakfast: Buttermilk pancakes and freeze-dried blueberries, and a cup of coffee.

Lunch: Vegetable Lasagna from Mountain House. I really liked this, first time I tried it. I also had some peach drink from Rainy Day foods.

Dinner: Beef Stew from Mountain House. Easy to see why this is one of their top sellers, very good. Also had a buttermilk biscuit and Chocolate Bavarian Hazelnut Cream from Alpine Aire for dessert. Yep, I ate the whole thing too![...] Read More

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