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  1. Its rather amazing to see how the online thing has quickly evolved; from Twitch, to FS1 to Network TV on Fox. I have been this interested in "racing" since the late 90s, early 2000s.
  2. Paging @TheIronSheik Today will likely be a rather busy Severe Weather day. The blurb about upping the outlook to high risk can be interpreted as imminent. For those in the slight risk areas and up please take a look at Severe Weather Preparedness. Some of these storms could occur late at night (similar to Nashville). There are Apps like storm shield that provide an audible alert on your phone should a warning be issued (waking you if a tornado warning is issued). Should the outbreak create widespread, significant damages, I will likely be deployed as what I do is deemed essential; so I have been obsessing over The Weather Channel and tons of online info. Stay Safe FBGs and please, if in the warning areas, take this seriously for you and your families.
  3. I agree as its the same for MI. My wife has been laid off and she and I filed for her online and it took less than 15-minutes. There was a drop down for laid off due to Covid and the FEIN number tagged her employer when we populated this field. She had confirmation of the weekly amount by the end of the day and she needs to go online each Sunday to re-certify the need; the "looking for work" requirement has also been waived.
  4. I've been treating each evenings dinner like I am on an episode of Chopped, trying to use what we have to get as creative as possible. Rather to be lucky than good, I stocked up on a handful of Penzy's spice mixes about a month ago to get free shipping on what I really wanted. My son is beyond bummed that he is missing the final months of his College Senior year. One of my favorite things after he has a tough week in to Venmo him some $ to get BW3s and their Parmesan Garlic Sauce is his favorite. After some Googling I found the sauce recipe below. We had close to everything except the chili. I added some Penzys spicy sea salt instead, went way heavier on the Parmesan and used the grill to roast the garlic in the olive oil. The out come an spot on the D-dub's Sauce; amazing with air fried wings. Copycat Buffalo Wild Wings Garlic Parmesan Sauce Roasted garlic, Parmesan cheese, and herbs team up to make this fabulous dipping sauce inspired by the one that everyone loves at Buffalo Wild Wings. The tangy, spicy mixture of mayonnaise with Italian seasonings and garlic is kicked up with a generous amount of spicy crushed red pepper and a bit of Parmesan cheese. Roasting the garlic cloves is the key to the fantastic flavor of the sauce. A small hot red chili pepper gives the sauce a pop of color along with extra heat, but feel free to use a tablespoon or two of sweet red bell pepper and cut back on the crushed red pepper flakes for a milder sauce. This dip is effortless to alter to suit your tastes and tolerance for heat. The sauce is ideal for dipping chicken wings or tenders, but it's also excellent with fried fish or shrimp, and deep-fried vegetables. It's easy to turn this tasty dip into a delicious creamy salad dressing, too. Just whisk in a few tablespoons of olive oil or thin it with a bit of water or cream. Drizzle the dressing over a wedge of lettuce or spring greens. Total: 40 mins Prep: 10 mins Cook: 30 mins Yield: 4 servings Ingredients 6 cloves garlic 1 tablespoon olive oil 1/2 cup full-fat mayonnaise 1 teaspoon sugar (or a sugar replacement) 2 tablespoons Parmesan cheese (grated) 1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar 1 teaspoon lemon juice 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt 1/2 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes 1/4 teaspoon dried oregano 1/4 teaspoon dried basil Gather the ingredients. Preheat the oven to 350 F. Peel the garlic cloves and put them in a small baking dish or ramekin. Pour the olive oil over the garlic and cover the baking dish tightly with foil. Bake the garlic for 25 minutes. Let the garlic cool slightly and mash until it is smooth. Combine the ingredients in a bowl. Whisk the ingredients until the mixture is smooth and well blended. Transfer the dipping sauce to a jar and refrigerate it for at least a few hours or overnight. Serve the sauce with chicken wings, fried tenders or chicken strips, fried fish, or crudités. 1/4 teaspoon black pepper (freshly ground) 1/8 teaspoon dried thyme Optional: 1 red Fresno chili pepper (1 to 2 teaspoons, minced) Tips ■ For the best flavor, make the sauce early in the day or a day in advance so the ingredients can meld. Roasted garlic adds flavor to many dishes, such as mashed potatoes, pasta sauces, dressings, and marinades. When you roast garlic for a recipe, double or triple the amount and freeze the extra roasted garlic cloves. ■ ■ Refrigerate homemade dips or dressings and use within 1 week.
  5. eNASCAR last week on Twitch was was somewhat fulfilling and will be on broadcast TV on FS1 today. Its about as "real" as sports can get at the moment.
  6. BUMP I checked and this is listed on FS1 for broadcast. As I mentioned last week, this was surprisingly fun to watch. What I really didn't care for, was that the racers from the iLeague did appear to (rightly) have an advantage over the real racers. If I am reading this right, they will not be part of today's (or possible future) events. And, something I didn't quite get from last week. One of the lead drivers from last week unexpectedly slammed the wall and the commentators mentioned it was a "system" thing and not a "car" thing; and he came back in the race with an undamaged (I think) car due to the system glitch. I tried to goggle around for rules and didn't land on anything.
  7. Same here. I've been on Garmin Connect and Strava forever, but recently discovered Endomondo. Endomondo tracks everything and has a calendar that, to me, is an incredible motivator (as gaps in the calendar #### me off). My current goal is to see just how many activities and I can "plot". We are lucky to have a treadmill, spin bike, bike trainer and multiple TRX set ups. Along with all of this, YouTube has Yoga, among other things. I'm in MI too and hoping they keep the state parks and metroparks open. If they do, when things warm up I hope to bike and run Belle Isle, MetroBeach and the like (all while maintaining social distancing).
  8. I hand't touched this is over a year-ish, but queued it up to get my mind off the news for a bit yesterday. Before I could play, a rather large update ran. No idea why, but I Googled up if additional content had been added since the last time I played. Sure enough in late January of this year, additional content was added for the Xbox (and it appears late last year for PS4). I don't want to spoil what has been added, but thought I'd share there is some new stuff out there should anyone need a mental get away. (as an aside, one of the adds has allowed me to get WAY closer to 100% completion).
  9. Sharing an update if this helps others, the Staples delivery just arrived, less than 48 hours after we ordered and just with the free delivery.
  10. While understandable, this was a rather large bummer as both my Niece and Nephew were competing in the US Freestyle Mogul Jr. Nationals this weekend at Winter Park. They got the individuals in on Fri and yesterday; but the duals for today were cancelled and they basically ordered everyone home after yesterdays events.
  11. My Daughter (a reserach-aholic like her Dad) went with this; with least expensive, with quality her desire. Seems nuts here at home that I am working off 3 monitors, she is working off her lap top and a monitor and my son is "at college virtually" off two monitors and a Macbook.