Brad, after reading through the history on this I felt downright upset on your behalf, and I can only imagine how painful it must be for you personally. You say some unpopular things and that can make you an easy target, but I think it!￣s important that you keep saying them because sometimes you!￣re right. In a culture prone to sexual hysteria it!￣s I think you do a lot of good by voicing what you do. I!￣ve enjoyed your writing for a long time, and your words have inspired to me to spend more time on the mat than I otherwise might have. Keep it up, I for one appreciate it.
Love the fern pic. Makes me feel there. Funny how you escaped the fog and I keep on priayng for it here. I!￣m dying to take some misty pics. Welcome back JJ, good to have ya!
Incredible! I always wanted to like Illinoise ¨C but couldn!￣t quite warm to it. This reimagining of it is so deep, dude. Thanks for the killer tunes!
You!￣re on a roll ! Loving all your different outfits recently, they look beyond cool ! That top is gorgeous, and so is that cap !
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I actually made these and thought I would share my experience for anyone else considering hazarding a try at this sinful treat. I followed the recipe pretty much exactly, with a 9!A9 inch pan, no substitutions, and baked at 350,, but I baked them longer than called for. The first layer I left in about 15-17 minutes. It was still reeeaally liquidy after the 10-12 called for, so I gave them a few more minutes until it had firmed up a bit.
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Cosmic, I often thank the universe that I am not coming up in college now. At 62, I am still looking for work, and I still believe the same things you do about the toxicity of our society. It all seems pretty pointless when what we study doesn!￣t seem to relate to a job that will help better the world, I agree. Maybe I!￣m fooling myself when I say that I assumed my job all along was to experience the truth that the great religions all describe and then find a way to contribute to making that experience more common in our society. That made the work world my second job, as it were, and a lot of places want more commitment than that; I!￣ve met great people who were willing to employ me regardless, so it!￣s not hopeless.
Similar to comment #8 and #9 above, has anyone done any work with parsing the logs? Just to cite the easy example, I think it would be interesting to see how much time is spent per category.