Thursday September 05, 2013 18:25
Friday September 06, 2013 12:54
Green chilis are encased in a hard plastic-like cover which requires removal before eaten.
Green chilis. Roasting chilis seen in video 7.
Skins seen to left below MILD.
Skin removal not required before freezing.
Green chili stuffed Cornish game hen video.
Freezing all chilis togther bad idea for reason they cannot be EASILY separated when frozen.
But we've done it. :(
Best to put one chili in a sandwich-sized sealable plastic bag, then put all into a gallon-sized bag, then
Finding food in our freezer is difficult.
Corn traded for tomatoes.
How to roast corn.
Middle and foreground container plants grew faster than background grass.
Solar powered water feature.
Low battery indicator on 12V 24Ah Harbor Frieght AGM battery #1.
A Pretext for War: 9/11, Iraq, and the Abuse of America's Intelligence Agencies is a must read book.
Mark Mathis needs to read despite previous refusal.
Salmon fishing and Wahhabism?
Got skunked salmon fishing in 2008.
John was computer consultant in Saudi Arabia.
Wahhabi lecture delivered while trolling and catching nothing.
Dr Richard Sauder sent emails to bill asking for ... at the Bay Motel in 2008.
What connection, if any, there is between Wahhabism and Jihadi Salafis is disputed.
Natana De Long-Bas, senior research assistant at the Prince Alwaleed Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding at Georgetown University, argues:
The militant Islam of Osama bin Laden did not have its origins in the teachings of Ibn Abd-al-Wahhab and was not representative of Wahhabi Islam as it is practiced in contemporary Saudi Arabia, yet for the media it came to define Wahhabi Islam during the later years of bin Laden's lifetime. However "unrepresentative" bin Laden's global jihad was of Islam in general and Wahhabi Islam in particular, its prominence in headline news took Wahhabi Islam across the spectrum from revival and reform to global jihad.
Noah Feldman distinguishes between what he calls the "deeply conservative" Wahhabis and what he calls the "followers of political Islam in the 1980s and 1990s," such as Egyptian Islamic Jihad and later Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri. While Saudi Wahhabis were "the largest funders of local Muslim Brotherhood chapters and other hard-line Islamists" during this time, they opposed jihadi resistance to Muslim governments and assassination of Muslim leaders because of their belief that "the decision to wage jihad lay with the ruler, not the individual believer".
Recovery of insured $22,036 stolen from our Sandia Laboratory Federal Credit Union retirement-protected savings account primary focus with the help of Internet, Google,
Facebook and Twitter, of course. Possible large-scale solar generation of electricity scam/fraud too.Unmade Facebook friends request caused undeserved warning from Facebook.
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