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Food and Drink
re: Chicken Bayou Lafourche (photos) - Poodlebrain
First I want to thank you for posting the recipe. I made the dish, and it was as delicious as I expected from the recipe and your photos. I have just one question for you. Have you considered skipping the chicken, and just making cakes from the stuffing? I have a brother coming to visit from Cal...
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Political Talk
re: War is a Racket. Gen. Smedley Butler - Poodlebrain
There is one unchanging truth about war, wars are fought for economic benefit. Even defensive wars, since the defender must fight to defend what it already has or surrender it to the aggressor. Whenever there are opportunities for economic benefit there will be people who take advantage of those o...
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O-T Lounge
re: Let's Make an Important Distinction re: Veteran - Poodlebrain
[quote]Being a military officer was once a crowning achievement civilians respected.[/quote]As a member of Group 3 from 1983-1988, I respect you for your voluntary service. However, I have contempt for you because of your lack of respect for others who volunteered, but were not required to serve un...
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re: What World War II films do you consider "essential" viewing? - Poodlebrain
Mrs. Miniver hasn't been mentioned, but then it did focus on life in Great Britain during the war rather than the war. I also liked Empire of the Sun. It is one of my favorite Spielberg movies. And finally, The Summer of '42. Jennifer O'Neill sure got my 12 year-old mojo working....
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Food and Drink
re: Chicken Bayou Lafourche (photos) - Poodlebrain
[quote]Gonna make it Sunday.[/quote]I just got back from buying the ingredients I didn't have around the house. I'm going to increase the amount of sauce by about 1/2 and serve this over some angel hair pasta with some asparagus ...
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re: Myth: Low wage employees are underpaid - Poodlebrain
[quote]In the 90's there was, as today, an increase in income inequality.[/quote]Wasn't that the era that Democrats trumpet as the model for economic growth? Why wasn't the increase in inequality an accurate reflection of the value of people's labor given the opportunities that existed in that mode...
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re: Bush CIA Director admits to Iraq lies - Poodlebrain
DawgfaninCa wrote:[quote]The Iraqi people didn't have that opportunity.[/quote]What are you talking about? The Iraqi people loved Saddam Hussein.[quote]Iraq former president Saddam Hussein also won 100% votes in a 2002 referendum on whether his decades-long rule was to continue.[/quote][link=(http:...
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re: Who is the biggest jerk on tigerdroppings? - Poodlebrain
[quote]Did some one call Coolidge a jerk? Shameful [/quote]I miss his good natured insults of Rex. There haven't been enough references to masturbating furiously with a feather, savage buggery or Albanian goat herders since he's been gone. Just so you know, Coolidge and Rex became good friends I...
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More Sports
re: Your NBA all-time starting 5, who you got? - Poodlebrain
[quote]Besides basketball, Russell represented USF in track and field events. He competed in the 440 yards (400 m) race, which he could complete in 49.6 seconds. He also participated in the high jump; Track & Field News ranked him as the seventh-best high jumper in the world in 1956. That year, Rus...
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Music Board
re: You can start a 5 man supergroup with any band from 1980 on... - Poodlebrain
Ritchie Blackmore on guitar Jon Lord on keyboards Roger Glover on bass Ian Paice on drums Ian Gillan vocals This band broke up in the summer of 1973, but they got back together in 1984. So Deep Purple is my choice....
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Food and Drink
re: WFDT - Poodlebrain
Grilled pork tenderloin Orzo with homemade pesto Sautéed vegetable medley...
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Food and Drink
re: Why Isn't Louisiana A BBQ State? - Poodlebrain
I've had awesome BBQ in Louisiana. It's been at people's homes and camps though instead of restaurants. I have never been too enamored with BBQ restaurants. The food is generally very good if you get there as it comes out of the pit, but the food can be disappointing if it has been sitting around...
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Food and Drink
re: Favorite cut of grilled meat? - Poodlebrain
Center cut pork chops, lamb chops and chicken thighs are favorites of mine....
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re: Clintons lie about another $26M in "donations." - Poodlebrain
I've been dealing with these issues for over 25 years. I am 100% confident that the IRS views these transactions as payments for personal services provided by the Clintons with a corresponding amount of income from the personal services. [quote]You have no clue, whatsoever, what the donors would...
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re: Favorite Tom Petty Songs - Poodlebrain
American Girl is my favorite, but I also love Hometown Blues....
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re: Clintons lie about another $26M in "donations." - Poodlebrain
[quote]You're just making up shit, sorry. You have NO IDEA how much of that $26 million went to the Clintons rather than to the Foundation's programs.[/quote]I'm not making up anything. The Clinton's constructively received $26 million in payment for the speeches, and they donated that money to th...
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re: Clintons lie about another $26M in "donations." - Poodlebrain
[quote]Who says they're "recurring"?[/quote]Unless all $26 million was for a single speech, there have to have been recurring transactions. A single $26 million transaction would most certainly be a material event since it would represent over 10% of the foundation's revenues for any one year. But...
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re: Clintons lie about another $26M in "donations." - Poodlebrain
Are you seriously going to ignore economic substance over form, and the firmly established tax principle of constructive receipt? You are better informed than that, and you dishonor the accounting profession if you pretend nothing improper was done. How much money would those attending the speec...
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re: Clintons lie about another $26M in "donations." - Poodlebrain
You aren't seriously going to argue that $26 million of recurring related party transactions involving directors of an enterprise are immaterial are you? You know better than that. As for PricewaterhouseCoopers, they don't exactly have a spotless record. [link=(http://www.nytimes.com/2013/03/08/...
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re: Clintons lie about another $26M in "donations." - Poodlebrain
The whole donation for speeches arrangement is a scam. Whenever Clinton family member delivers a speech they are performing personal services. The donors are paying to receive personal services from the Clinton family member in exchange for their payment. The amount of their deduction for a chari...
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