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munga30

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  1. I think you can get TLOU on your PC through the Sony PS Now service. It's a Stadia competitor (afaik) in that it streams to your PC using a subscription model. I caved recently and subscribed to play Bloodborne and TLOU. the PS Now app is janky, at best, during signing in, sometimes stalls, and the streamed quality can vary depending on whatever affects bandwidth. But am I playing Bloodborne? Yup. Haven't tried TLOU yet. Days Gone does not appear to be on the roster.
  2. Very unlikely that this is the case from which to draw that conclusion. Borrowing from conservative lawyer twitter (David French), only Thomas expressed a desire to overturn Roe/Casey. The rest said, basically, "apply Casey." You may still be correct about Kavanaugh and precedents, as Louisiana didn't bother to ask that they overturn Casey. 🤷‍♂️
  3. Kenji BBQs chicken - this is a good intro into technique and has rub and sauce recipes if you're looking. @icon taught us a trick for chicken parts where instead of putting the coals to just one side, stick a disposable aluminum pan in the bottom (maybe 9x13) and put coals on both long sides. bake/smoke parts in the middle with skin up, tray catches rendered fat, and sear/finish skin down on the outside. works like a charm. enjoy!
  4. Thanks for this. Based on your and IE's posts I started Talos Principle and it's an immediate hit. blew at least six hours on it last night. Can't wait to play more.
  5. there's a bunch of interesting perspective out there re job report. On the other side... Justin Wolfers "Another attempt at perspective. 20 million people lost their jobs, causing unemployment to rise near Depression levels. Today's data says 1-in-8 of those jobs returned. But the real question is what'll happen to the rest? Even if half return we're replaying the Great Recession."
  6. The force continuum is not the standard. It's used most places, but not everywhere. http://useofforceproject.org/#project
  7. Texas Caviar 1 can chick peas 1 can white hominy 1 can black eyed peas (any bean works great) Diced tomatoes (about a can's worth) Diced green pepper (again, about a can's worth) 3/4 cup Italian Dressing (preferrably half a batch of Homemade, below) Rinse the canned veg in a colander, dice tomatoes and peppers, and combine in a bowl. I like 2-3 Roma and 1-2 green peppers. Mix in Italian dressing and refrigerate in an easy access container. Good party food with tostitos or fritos scoops but I've repurposed to a handy vegetable side and eat straight with a spoon. Takes jalapeno well and some like to include onion but I usually skip em. Homemade Italian Dressing Herb mix (worth doubling, imo, but here's what I have typed) * 1 tablespoon garlic salt * 1 tablespoon onion powder * 1 tablespoon white sugar * 2 tablespoons dried oregano * 1 teaspoon ground black pepper * 1/4 teaspoon dried thyme * 1 teaspoon dried basil * 1 tablespoon dried parsley * 1/4 teaspoon celery salt * 2 tablespoons salt Dressing Mix 2 T Herb Mix, 2 T water, 1/4 c apple cider vinegar, 2/3 c "good" oil, either nice EVOO or avocado or whatevs, in a ball jar and shake to combine.
  8. 1 c oatmeal, old fashioned 1-2 t cinnamon (as much as you can stand) 1/2 c blueberries (pretty much any whole fruit, diced) 1/2 c cottage cheese, full fat nuke oatmeal and cinnamon for 3 min w generous 1.5 c water. Mix in berries and cc and enjoy the benefits now and later!
  9. There are other concerts I like more but Phish "A Live One" seems to fit the genre you're asking for. U2 Live at Red Rocks was a classic I've not yet seen mentioned.
  10. Make sure the can in the chicken butt is about half full of beer. rub the skin with oiive oil salt pepper paprika. rubbing a little oil under the skin couldn't hurt, either. brine is good but you don't need it. I find it's most helpful for the breast meat under more aggressive cooking methods but you're going pretty gentle here.
  11. This gumbo recipe is fantastic. Takes some prep and gets better the next day but you can prep/cook in the afternoon and eat it over rice that night. Chicken and Sausage Gumbo
  12. after waiting weeks for Stars to get my old account unlocked, I finally gave up and created a new one. Hope to play with y'all soon.
  13. STRONG BAD: {singing, types 'run "strongbad's__email"'} Oh, who is the guy that checks all his emails? That's me, Strong Baaad. Dear Strong Bad, Do you take your wrestling mask and boxing gloves off before you go to bed? Sincerely, Abdi LaRue San Diego, CA STRONG BAD: {clears screen, typing} Well, that's a stupid question, Abdi. Do you take off your face and hands before you go to bed? And if so, are you some kind of robot? And if so, what kind of powers do you have? Do you use them for good, or for awesome? Would you like to join forces? I just happen to be the greatest criminal mind of our time. {types "—Strong Bad" and then stops typing} Okay, until next time. Keep sending me your questions, and I will make fun of you... I mean, answer them.
  14. I found my own answer by finding a recording of Gov. Baker's presser today. The expectation was that each person needing to be contacted, because they either tested positive or were suspected to have been in close contact with someone who had, would have ten "downstream" contacts that the program would need to reach out to. Instead, each positive/suspected person averaged about two downstream contacts, meaning social distancing compliance was better than originally assumed. Thankfully.
  15. Can you clarify here, please? Apparently, I'm not yet familiar with contract tracing lingo. is this upstream contacts (who potentially infected the "per person") or downstream contacts (with a known infected person)?
  16. Neither are AAA but... I gave a lot of time in a very short period to Cookie Clicker. Every once in a while I give some time to an idle/incremental/clicker game, hoping I'll get the experience I did from Universal Paperclip. Cookie clicker is well done and offers some very long gameplay, but ultimately doesn't have a conclusion, so I "clicked" out. Into The Breach is a well recommended, low cost, low res, turn-based strategy game on steam that I've just started and like quite a bit.
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