Misc Postings - Page 10
|Earliest: July 28, 2003||Latest: June 28, 2020||Total: 117|
Happy Birthday America!
Two hundred and thirty one years later and your still doing very well! A special thanks to all those who make this country great!
New reads to this site should read the 'I am the Nation' that I have on this site.
I can't wait to see what the next 231 years will bring!
Mini Mall on Jay LenoIf you watched Jay Walking on the Tonight Show last night you might have spotted a familiar character. The guy that does the Montgomery Mini Mall Rap was the first person that Jay Leno spoke to.
I thought the guy looked familiar and when he said he was from Montgomery, AL. I knew instantly. pretty funny.
I wonder if the Tonight Show knew that they were talking to a You Tube Celebrity?
come on lets do this dance...
To the left
To the Right
Its just like...its just like, a Mini-Mall...
If you are clueless about the Mini-Mall rap, you should goto You Tube and search for it. Its a pretty funny commercial. There's even some fan base out on the internet on similar commericals. Just another great use of the internet.
2005 NHL LockoutOn February 16, 2005:
Game Off! NHL Cancels Remainder of SeasonBy IRA PODELL, AP Sports Writer
NEW YORK - The NHL canceled what little was left of the season Wednesday after a series of last-minute offers were rejected on the final day of negotiations.
A lockout over a salary cap shut down the game before it ever got a chance to start in October. Now the NHL, already low on the popularity scale in the United States, becomes the first major pro sports league in North America to lose an entire season to a labor dispute.
Happy New Year!Happy New Year to all my weekly readers!
I am looking forward to an exciting and adventure year. I hope everyone has a prosperous and fun 2007!
If weight loss is on your New Years Resolution, I would highly recomended going to Weight Watchers. Don't be discourage when you go this week when there are long lines. This is normal, and by the second and third week most people will drop out. However, you should stay with the program for at least a couple of months.
Making a weight lost change takes time, don't expect to see dramatic weight loss in a week. You will loose weight, its a matter of time and commitment. Goto Weight Watchers and think positive and think success. You can do it!
Have a great year, and I'll see you at the Top!
Yesterday I weighed in at Weight Watchers and have now lost a total of 35 pounds!
If you Google 35 Pounds, you'll see that other people have lost the same amount of weight, or at least have it as a goal.
What am I doing to loose that weight? What's the big secret? Well I attribute my success to:
Drinking lots of Water
I don't drink much soda any more, anytime that I am thirsty I get some water.
Watch what I eat
Using Weight Watcher's point system its easy to track what you eat. You can still eat at McDonalds and Burger King, but you can't go every day. Don't ever order the supersize meal, no matter how hungry you are! Its not worth it!
I don't have a gym membership, yet. Instead, I usually park far away from the shopping center, walk up the stairs at work, and just do a lot more movement than before. Key word is MOVEMENT!
Don't go alone!
Going to Weight Watcher's with someone is a good idea. Its even better if you see them every day. Having someone else along for the ride makes the journey fun and enjoyable.
My father sent me this a couple of years ago:From Johns Hopkins...
Dioxin carcinogens cause cancer. Especially breast cancer. Don't freeze plastic water bottles with water in them as this also releases dioxin from the plastic. He said we should not heat our food in the microwave using plastic containers. This applies particularly to foods that contain fat. He said that the combination of fat, high heat and plastics releases dioxin into the food and ultimately into the cells of the body.
Dioxin are carcinogens and highly toxic to the cells of our bodies. Instead, he recommends using glass, Corning Ware, or ceramic containers for heating food. You get the same results ...without the dioxin. So such things as TV dinners, instant ramen and soups, etc., should be removed from the container and heated in something else. Paper isn't bad but you don't know what is in the paper. Just safer to use tempered glass, Corning Ware, etc.
Remember when some of the fast food restaurants moved away from the foam containers to paper? The dioxin problem is one of the reasons.
To add to this: Saran wrap placed over foods as they are nuked, with the high heat, actually drips poisonous toxins into the food, use paper towels instead.
HackerRecently this site was hacked into, not once but twice in a two week period.
The hacker apparently used the site to distribute some unix files. No files were removed from the system, and there were no security files (Credit Cards or Social Security Numbers) files as risked.
Based on some investigation it also appears the hacker came from someplace in Asia.
I have added additional levels of security and monitoring to make sure this doesn't happen again.
If you have your website hosted, you should do a security audit to make sure that no one can get into the system. You never know when you will use your website for sensitive data.
BTW, a Hacker should not be confused with a Hack. A Hack is someone who got a easy high paying government job because they know someone in the current administration.
Seven Layer Magic BarsMakes about 36
1/2 cup butter or margarine
1 1/2 cups graham cracker crumbs
1 14-oz. can sweetened condensed milk
1 cup butterscotch flavored chips
1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
1 1/3 cups flaked coconut
1 cup chopped pecans
Preheat oven to 350?, (325? for glass dish). Line a 13x9-inch baking pan with a sheet of foil, making sure to cover the sites well. Place the butter in the baking pan and melt it in the oven. Sprinkle crumbs over butter; pour condensed milk evenly on top of crumbs. Top with remaining ingredients in order listed; press down firmly with fork. Bake 25 minutes or until lightly browned. Cool. Chill if desired. Cut into bars. Store covered at room temperature.