You Don't Know That America is now Amerika.

“That all men are created equal.” Amerikan Liberals think that it means everyone should receive the same of everything whether one works for it or not. Of course, they, the elites, don't believe that it pertains to them, as they want to keep their walled-in houses, (read, fortresses) to keep the common man (read, the unwashed masses) away from them. No one should believe that when the three elites sat down to discuss equality for the masses that they would be willing to give up, among them, their eight houses and their combined assets of 60 million dollars, but by increasing the minimum wage to $15.00 an hour, that it would equalize the disparity between them.

If the new Amerikan government is sworn-in, then Americans' freedom will slowly, but positively be eroded over the next four years. America will then no longer be, “the land of the free,” but the home of the people that will pour across our open borders. They will not be the same as those of the last two centuries who were escaping tyranny, seeking freedom, and a better life for their children. No. They will be seeking to destroy America: to turn it into the same kind of country that they came from. They will not come to America to seek those freedoms, but out of jealousy, spite, and hate. Those that will be allowed into America are not the ones who will help this country, but the ones that our newly elected officials want to come in to destroy us and to punish us for taking away their power these past four years.

The new government is dredging up, for cabinet positions, all the old Liberal/Progressive/Communist/Radical guards that did nothing to help the country for eight years prior to the present administration and a Commander -in-Chief that goes around sniffing hair and pinching the nipples of 8-year old girls.

The criminals, both in America and throughout the world, know just how weak this government will be, as we have already seen major cities destroyed and violent crimes has risen by untold numbers in states that are controlled by these Democratic elites.

Welcome to Amerika.


You Don't Increase The Distance If The Cars In Front Of You Are Tailgating

On a Colorado highway two years ago there was a 49-car pileup which resulted in 8 killed and 26 sent to the hospital.  The safe(r) distance between cars is the 2-second rule.  Most drivers, tailgaters, follow the 1-second rule which does not give anyone time to avoid an accident if the car in front develops a serious situation.  Of course, even if the 49th car was following the 2-second rule it most probably would not have given the driver enough time to stop to avoid being involved in that accident.  

Although I (nearly) always follow the 2-second rule, whenever I see the car(s) in front of me tailgating I increase the distance between us by following the 4-second rule.  The easiest way to judge this distance is to use the Tick-Tock method.  Each time you say Tick-Tock, one second has passed.  If you pass the point where the rear of the car in front of you was when you arrive there, you were tailgating.

Two seconds - Minimum safe distance.  Tick-Tock, Tick-Tock = 2-seconds.

Four seconds - Tick-Tock, Tick-Tock, Tick-Tock, Tick-Tock = 4-seconds.

Or, you can be part of the 17,000 killed and/or the 800,000 people hospitalized by tailgating accidents each year . . . your choice.

You Don't Know My (golfing) Thought For Today: Play Bogey Golf

In days of yore, which means a long time ago when golf was first played there was a man whose name was Mr. Bogey.  Mr. Bogey was somewhat of a braggart, so most golfers of the time wanted to beat Bogey's score and if they did, others would say that they were par for the course.  We now believe that we're supposed to be paring the course, which of course, no one does.  (Unless you're on the PGA Tour).  Whether the above story is true is a matter of supposition.

The weekend golfer puts undue pressure upon himself by trying to par the course, which of course he never does.  It is a fact though, that the original scoring was what we consider today as bogey golf.  By taking the needless pressure off of oneself most (decent) golfers will actually beat bogey.

Let's assume, like at most courses, that 72 is par for the course.  If you play bogey golf then you'll score 90, 72+18=90.  This is really not a bad score for the average golfer, but it seems that breaking 90 seems to be a magic number.

Now let's make ourselves feel good.  You par one of the par-5's, -1, and par a par-4, -1.  You really got lucky that day and birdied a par-3, -2 from a bogey, which gives you an 86.  How many of you would be happy to shoot an 86 or an 85?  I would venture many of you.

So, take the pressure off of yourself by trying to do the impossible and strive for bogey golf, and the most important part about playing golf is the camaraderie and enjoying a pleasant day outside.

And to become a better player you should practice, practice, and practice some more.  But, the biggest lie ever stated is that Practice makes Perfect.  If you practice poorly, you'll never get better; therefore, you should follow my 5 Ps.  Perfect Practice Produces Perfect Performance. -- Have fun out there.

You Don't Know, "My (golfing) Thought For Today: Keep A Notepad

 Again, a reminder that my Posts are not for Jack Nicklaus or Tiger Woods, but for the weekend golfer and those who are lucky enough to get out and play a round or two during the week without the boss catching them.  Also, if you're a scratch golfer, forget-about-it!

Most players use the same club on the same hole all the time.  Why?  Let's stick with the Par 3 hole.  You have a 135-yard hole and you use a 9 iron if you're young and strong or an 8 iron if you're older.  But you always come up short of the green.  After writing this information in your notepad for a few rounds you will know to drop down a club to get that extra length from your drive.  By keeping the new information in your notepad, and you're still short of the green, then you'd drop down one more club.  

Why should you keep a notepad?  Do I think that you can't remember what you did last weekend?  Do you think that Jack and Tiger know more about golf than you do? and they and their caddy always had a notepad with them.  If you've ever watched a professional tournament on TV you'd have noticed that they were always referring to their notes.  If it helps the pros, maybe it will help you too.

Humorous anecdote:  I frequently have to drive by a Par 3 hole that runs parallel with the road and I occasionally stop to chat and ask questions and sometimes give a little advice.  I am not a golf instructor, but I am an instructor and I have been asked by other golfers if I'd play a round with them to help out. 
Well, today I stopped and asked a lady, whose ball was 10-yards short of the green, what club she used.  Her answer, "It's none of your business," in an angry tone.  Although she was right, I do believe that she'll always be a little short . . . not only of the greens.

You Accept Terrorist To Operate In Your Country

 What is happening in Austria, France, and Western Europe?  In regards to the terrorist attack in Vienna.

I know that Vienna is not in France, but the situation is the same there. The stupidity of the French government is that their President (Macron) stated last year that the French citizens should expect these terrorist attacks, "every once in a while." He, therefore, thinks that that is the new normal and should be expected by all the citizens.

As it is the most sacred responsibility of any government is to protect the lives and well-being of its citizens, Macron should be run out of office as he has abdicated his most sacred responsibility.

The Austrian government does not feel that way, but because several European countries do, the attacks did and will continue in all of Europe.

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You Believe Anything CNN Broadcast

CNN posted a misleading article on Facebook regarding the shooting by police in Scranton, PA of a man wielding a knife, as most of their stories and articles are.
I tried to post a picture of a man's back with severe knife wounds to show why police shoot a person that is threatening them with a knife.  Facebook would not allow it to be printed as they deemed it to be nudity and against their community standards. 
Pictures of the back of men in a Speedo bathing suit is fine, but a man's wounded back isn't.  Why?

My point was to show why police will shoot a man wielding a knife in a threatening manner or attempting to assault them with a knife.
This picture has been shown to police officers during training. 

You Don't Check Things Out Yourself

It appears that AstraZeneca's vaccine for all citizens of Australia is not working quite the way the government planned. Force everyone to be vaccinated, so that most of the people will die and the rest paralyzed. Then there will be dead bodies throughout Australia and no one will be available to bury them as the rest will be paralyzed. Sounds like a plan.
"We're getting reports that the "unexpected adverse reaction in a participant" is a female hospitalized with a SERIOUS ADVERSE REACTION to the vaccine. The trial participant has suffered TRANSVERSE MYELITIS (inflammation of the spinal cord) that has resulted in paralysis of her hands & feet."

As A Police Officer You Don't Defend Yourself

"The New world order Goons are buying the Democrats high-intensity lasers so they can Blind Police."

Whenever anyone tries to blind a police officer, which is a serious physical injury, the officer has a right under the law, even a duty to defend himself, up to and including the use of deadly force. Why? Because it's his duty to stay whole so he can continue to protect the law-abiding citizens in his precinct which is part of the oath that he took when he accepted the job.  To do less is a dereliction of duty.
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You Drive Away Before You Know Where Your Children Are

Situations that I'm personally familiar with. 

The baby was playing in the driveway.  The father, who just had an argument with his wife, leaves in a hurry and runs over and kills his child.  They could never get reconciled and his wife divorced him.

Good Humor truck driver doesn't check to see if all the children are clear of his truck and drives away, killing the baby that had crawled under the truck. The parents could no longer stay at the location, so they sold their house and moved.

An idea would be to keep your wheels straight when you park.

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Look around your car before you get in and drive away.

You Use Your Bright Lights During The Day.

For all the slow processors. Repeat after me.

"I will not put on the bright lights in my car during the day, as it doesn't help me to see better and it annoys the driver of the car coming in the opposite direction, which makes him think that I'm an idiot."

"I will not put on the bright lights in my car during the day, as it doesn't help me to see better and it annoys the driver of the car coming in the opposite direction, which makes him think that I'm an idiot."

"I will not put on the bright lights in my car during the day, as it doesn't help me to see better and it annoys the driver of the car coming in the opposite direction, which makes him think that I'm an idiot."

You Think That It Takes More Than One Person To Pick Up A Pizza.

This afternoon I went downtown to pick up a pizza. Although it was a sidewalk pick-up everyone there was in groups of two or more.  Why?

The Coronavirus is transmitted through human contact, so the more people that congregate in a single place the better chance of catching Covid-19 or infecting someone else.  A person can have the virus and transmit it to another without knowing that they have it, as it takes a few days for the symptoms to manifest themselves.  No one was practicing the 6-foot rule and I was the only one with a mask on.  (I didn't mind too much about the two in back of me in line as they were both attractive, charming and talkative young females). 

Monday morning I went grocery shopping.  Most of the shoppers were there by themself except for one couple.  Why can't only one do the grocery shopping?  All of us others were.

By going to an activity with all your friend when only one is necessary to perform the chore/job merely endangers yourselves and others and why bring your kids with you.  That new disease is really rough on young children.  

My wife came with me, but she stayed in the car away from the group of people in front of the pizza parlor.

As the country is starting to open up we should still be practicing the safety rules so there isn't a spike in new cases that will force the country to be shut down again. --  Stay safe. 

Note:  I do not infer that it's never appropriate to have more than one person per family in a line at one time. Based on the situation, location, and safety factors, you should not leave, especially a child in the car or away from you. The safety of your loved ones or of a friend should be the determining factor.


You Don't Understand the Trauma of Rape.

UK’s new Shadow Minister for Community Cohesion: Muslim rape gang victims should “shut up for the good of diversity” 

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Just put up with it girls, as this is the new normal. Every night throughout Europe Muslim rape gangs go out and rape the citizens. Newspapers are forbidden to print anything about it and the police do not make any arrest. Three years ago on New Year's eve, 1,500 German girls were raped in one night. Not a problem as it's the new normal. There are still European males, but no more European men. -- The author.

You Don't, "Got Bacon."

Maybe you'll get a little information out of this one or not. It's not going to be earth-shattering. It's merely about how I cook and preserve bacon.

Instead of cooking a few strips at a time as needed for breakfast or for a BLT, I cook the whole package at once.  I place a sheet of Parchment paper on a cookie sheet, lay the strips of bacon on the paper and put it in the oven at 350 degrees for 20 minutes. Everyone should adjust the time based on their own oven and the amount of crispness they like their bacon.

I then place the bacon on a double layer of paper towels, cover with two layers of paper towels and gently press down on them. This will absorb a lot of the extra grease. Once cooled, I place the strips in a freezer bag and put it in the freezer. This way I always have bacon at the ready.

To thaw and reheat merely place it in a frying pan while cooking your eggs or on a paper towel and place in the microwave for 30 seconds or so.

An afterthought.  I use butter on my toast so I always have extra butter in my freezer as it freezes very well.  Unsalted kind for certain recipes and a few sticks of regular butter in case I run out before I can get to the market.

This ends my series on preserving all the ingredients required for a hearty breakfast. Bon app├ętit.

You Don't, "Got Bread."

Although I spent some of my time while in the Navy in the South Pacific, I also spent time aboard ship in the Atlantic as our home port was Newport, RI. It gets cold in RI in the winter and as the bread locker aboard the ship was a closet type space outside that wasn't heated, the bread would freeze.  The cooks would bring the days needs into the kitchen where it was warm and the bread would thaw out. I never noticed the difference between the bread that had been frozen and the ones that weren't.

Now, during this pandemic, one way to preserve any extra bread when you can get it is to freeze it. My family and I eat three types of bread: English muffins, 12-Grain, and Honey wheat. The brands and the exact kinds haven't been available recently, but what I was able to buy is close enough. I was able to get a few extra loaves so I froze three of them; one of each kind. As I need more bread I just take out about a third of a loaf at a time and let it thaw out overnight. That way there is no spoilage.

Going into a survival mode requires a different kind of thinking. Don't just think about one item at a time. How else can I preserve some of this extra bread? If you make French toast and freeze them like I mentioned yesterday, you've not only preserved eight slices of bread but also four eggs.

This morning's breakfast: Orange juice, from frozen concentrate; coffee with milk from two frozen milk ice cubes; two cinnamon French toasts from the freezer, thawed and heated up in the toaster; and two previously cooked, frozen sausage patties, thawed and heated in the microwave.

Tomorrow, “Got Bacon?”

You Don't, "Got Eggs."

This may be a long read but it'll be well worth it. Many times, whenever I come across an article on survival or food preservation I try it out. You never know when the information will come in handy—like now during this pandemic. One article I read a few years ago was on how to freeze eggs, which I did at the time to make sure that it worked.
Simply put two eggs in a bowl and mix/scramble. This, according to the article is the key, that you should scramble them. Then merely pour it into a freezer bag and put it in the freezer. It takes approximately 24 hours to thaw them in the refrigerator, so plan ahead. When thawed and ready to use merely pour the content of the freezer bag into a frying pan and cook as you would normally.
How about a tasty ham omelet! A few days ago I made two omelets and froze them. Two eggs, ham, cheese, onion, and mushrooms. Mixed it up in two bowls poured them in two freezer bags and put them in the freezer. It took two days to thaw one out, but yesterday morning I had a fantastic omelet. The mushrooms that I used were not the all-white kind, so when the mixture was thawed there was black liquid in the bag. Not to worry, as that is what happens when you thaw out that kind of mushrooms. The taste was the same as if it had been made fresh.
If you're lucky, during this pandemic, to find extra eggs it's easy to preserve an extra dozen, so buy two if they'll let you. One batch of pancakes take one egg, so freeze a few, one in each freezer bag.
Four eggs scrambled with a little milk and eight slices of bread make four breakfasts of French toast. I use Sara Lee honey wheat bread. Eat two and freeze six for three more breakfasts in the near future. Soak both sides of the bread in the mixture, not too long as the bread will get soggy and fall apart, and put in the frying pan. Don't forget to sprinkle some cinnamon on top before turning the bread over. Cinnamon French toast—tasty. Before putting the French toast in the (plastic) freezer bags let them cool off and then use Parchment paper between each piece of bread. Even after this pandemic, you can prevent waste by freezing your eggs before the “Use By Date.”
If two or more persons in the household eat eggs for breakfast, you can freeze four or six in the same freezer bag. I freeze only two in each bag as I'm the only one that eats eggs.
Four eggs scrambled in a freezer bag for French toast.
Four eggs scrabbled with omelet ingredients separated in 2 freezer bags
Two eggs scrambled. One in each freezer bag for pancakes.
Two eggs scrambled in one freezer bag for just eggs and bacon or sausage links, etc. = one dozen.
Or any combination based on your family's needs.
Tomorrow, “Got Bread?”

You don't, "Got Milk." (Cont'd.)

Last night I put two milk ice cubes in a glass dish, covered it with clear plastic wrap, and put it in the refrigerator. This allowed the cubes to melt overnight which I used the milk in my coffee this morning: worked perfectly. Covering the dish prevented the milk from absorbing other odors in the refrigerator. I still have 11 more days of cubes for my milk, but I'm going to do it again, for 23 days-- well into next month if I can't get to the store before then.
Freezing larger volumes of milk:
One Facebook friend stated that her 1/2 gallon of frozen milk still wasn't thawed after 2-3 days; therefore, freezing in smaller quantities would seem to be in order. Two days ago I finished an Ensure. It comes in a plastic jug which I then used to freeze some more milk. As milk expands when it freezes, leave some room for expansion. Also, my research showed that glass containers may break due to the expansion, so one should probably use food-grade plastic containers or other types of food-grade containers.
While freezing, milk will turn a light shade of yellow due to the fat content, so shake it well before using it after it's thawed. This does not change the taste or value. The discoloration isn't as great with low fat or skim milk. Even after the pandemic is over, it would still be a good idea to freeze any milk prior to the "best use date" instead of discarding and wasting it.
Tomorrow: "Got eggs?"

You Don't, "Got Milk."

My gallon of milk has a Best Use date of next Wednesday the 14th. Not wanting to go shopping in the near future and using milk in my coffee, I decided to freeze some of it. I can't thaw out a lot of milk just for an ounce or so for my coffee, because once you thaw the milk in the refrigerator you should use it within two days, so I filled two ice-cube trays and froze it that way. This morning I took the cubes of milk out of the trays and put them in a freezer bag that I put back in the freezer. I'll let everyone know how that works out in the morning. According to my research, it should work out just fine.
Also, tomorrow, I'll add a section on freezing a greater amount.

You Don't Believe The Fires In Australia Are Caused By Terrorists.

How can law enforcement personnel today be so slow in determining what is really going on?

If you have a fire or two you can blame a pyromaniac/arsonist and you can blame it on a camper who accidentally leaves a fire unattended or fails to snuff it out completely. You can even blame them on a few lighting strikes.

But, when you have 200 people using arson as a way to burn and totally destroy your country it's a planned terrorist attack.

Maybe the police should try to determine the relationship between these persons, whether they know each other, or whether they belong to the same religion or club. What is on their computers, whether they searched on how to start a conflagration.

All 200 are murderers and you don't even know it! I don't know the law in Australia, but your laws, like in America are based on English Common Law, therefore, "While in the course of committing a felony, you cause the death of a person, it's murder."

Wake up! Before you lose your country.

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