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Old 08-14-2013, 10:08 PM
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Location: Memphis - home of the king
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Here we are. Another day, another dollar - or with inflation and taxes, another 50cts.


Today's Question:
What are the largest or most impressive or famous buildings you've visited?


Did you feel appropriately awed or underwhelmed?



Bonus Question:
I just can't eat as much in summer, even though air conditioning is on everywhere these days. I've lost about five pounds the last month or so, though it will return in the fall.

Does your weight fluctuate with the seasons?



Foodie Question - expanded (waistband) edition:
The foodie question accidentally got left in water overnight. It swelled to at least four times its original size. Hope you dont mind.

Is there a food or an ingredient you or your family cooked with that is not as easily found or is no longer available?



Have you ever tried Indian food?
If so, what did you think?


Have you ever used a crockpot?
What kinds of crockpot dishes have you made or eaten?


Right now is your freezer:
Full?
So-so?
Mostly empty?

If the power went out long enough and you had to salvage foods, tell us what you'd cook.


What frozen desserts would need to be eaten before they melt? Names of flavors, please.



Just for fun:
Maybe the freezer question and this question can cool off some of us in the dog days of summer here in the northern hemisphere.

When and/or where did you last encounter snow?

If you've never seen snow in person, what do you imagine it's like?

Or if you first encountered snow later in life, how did it match up to your expectations?



Today in History:
1248 Foundation stone of Cologne Cathedral laid in Germany. Building completed in 1880.
1843 Tivoli Gardens, one of the world's oldest amusement parks, opened in Copenhagen, Denmark
1911 Crisco shortening first sold
1914 Panama Canal officially opened when US ship SS Ancon sailed from Atlantic to Pacific
1961 Guard Conrad Schumann fled from East Germany during the construction of the Berlin Wall
1993 Nolan Ryan, 324th and final victory, Rangers 4, Indians 1
2011 Snow in New Zealand caused power outages and closure of roads and of Wellington Airport
2012 Australia upheld legislation calling for cigarettes to have plain packaging


Today’s Word:
ha·ver [hey-ver]
verb: Chiefly British: to equivocate; vacillate
-or-
noun: from Middle English haver ‘oats’, a farmer who grew oats or a grain merchant


Today Is:
Best Friends Day
Bon Festival in Japan, day to honor ancestors
Lemon Meringue Pie Day
Relaxation Day


This Week is:
Aviation Week, 15-21


Today's Picture:
We're smack in the middle of another Elvis week with tourists packing Memphis. Year round people visit and often their destination is Graceland, including Elvis' burial place.
Here's a picture I took a while back of a few of the many tributes fans left at the foot of the grave.


Have a rockin' Thursday!
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Old 08-14-2013, 10:25 PM
 
Location: stuck in the woods with bears and moose
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Today's Question:
What are the largest or most impressive or famous buildings you've visited?

One was York Minster in York, England.


Did you feel appropriately awed or underwhelmed?

Extremely awed. The history, architecture, meaning.



Bonus Question:
I just can't eat as much in summer, even though air conditioning is on everywhere these days. I've lost about five pounds the last month or so, though it will return in the fall.

Does your weight fluctuate with the seasons?

No. Because of ice cream in the summer.



Foodie Question - expanded (waistband) edition:
The foodie question accidentally got left in water overnight. It swelled to at least four times its original size. Hope you dont mind.

Is there a food or an ingredient you or your family cooked with that is not as easily found or is no longer available?

Crisco? I don't know if it's still out there but I would never use it these days.




Have you ever tried Indian food?
If so, what did you think?

Yes. Very delicious but I don't like it when it's too spicy.



Have you ever used a crockpot?
What kinds of crockpot dishes have you made or eaten?

I use the crockpot all winter long.
Chile, pot roast, chicken soup, bean soup with cornbread dumplings...........



Right now is your freezer:
Full?
So-so?
Mostly empty?

Very full. It has homemade ice cream! It has five pounds of wild blueberries! It has home made popsicles! Plus pizzas, chicken, and the rest of the usual stuff.


If the power went out long enough and you had to salvage foods, tell us what you'd cook.

You mean I had to use the food that was going to spoil? I'd take the boneless chicken breasts and marinate them in something, then saute them and eat them hot or later on eat them cold if the power came on. Eat the ice cream for dessert and I'd use up the frozen vegetables.



What frozen desserts would need to be eaten before they melt? Names of flavors, please.

heh heh heh. How did you know. The pineapple vanilla home made ice cream that is hardening overnight and the orange popsicles that were put in the freezer a few hours ago.




Just for fun:
Maybe the freezer question and this question can cool off some of us in the dog days of summer here in the northern hemisphere.

When and/or where did you last encounter snow?

in the month of March.


If you've never seen snow in person, what do you imagine it's like?

"oh, it's just like a white powder and doesn't make your hands all red and painful when you touch it."
Just pretending that I've never seen snow.


Or if you first encountered snow later in life, how did it match up to your expectations?

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Old 08-14-2013, 10:27 PM
 
Location: South Central Texas
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Smile Today's Questions ~~ Thursday 15 August 2013
Here we are. Another day, another dollar - or with inflation and taxes, another 50cts.


Today's Question:
What are the largest or most impressive or famous buildings you've visited?
That leaves a lot of room for ......... The Alamo, the Tower of the America's, Griffith Observatory, Majestic Theater San Antonio...etc.

Did you feel appropriately awed or underwhelmed?



Bonus Question:
I just can't eat as much in summer, even though air conditioning is on everywhere these days. I've lost about five pounds the last month or so, though it will return in the fall.
I used to maintain a steady weight my entire life but lost about 7 Lbs or so a few months back trying to get it back.
Does your weight fluctuate with the seasons?
Maybe a couple lbs or so.


Foodie Question - expanded (waistband) edition:
The foodie question accidentally got left in water overnight. It swelled to at least four times its original size. Hope you dont mind.

Is there a food or an ingredient you or your family cooked with that is not as easily found or is no longer available?
I grew up with Kraft Spaghetti Dinners (Red Box). Finest meal in a box anywhere. The morons quit making it!


Have you ever tried Indian food?
If so, what did you think?
Not really...well son may have fed us a sampling once. He likes to cook. I don't think it's for me.

Have you ever used a crockpot?
What kinds of crockpot dishes have you made or eaten?
Many... Sticky chicken, roasts etc.

Right now is your freezer:
Full? Mostly!
So-so?
Mostly empty?

If the power went out long enough and you had to salvage foods, tell us what you'd cook.
Everything I reckon!

What frozen desserts would need to be eaten before they melt? Names of flavors, please.

Blue Bell Peach and something else.

Just for fun:
Maybe the freezer question and this question can cool off some of us in the dog days of summer here in the northern hemisphere.

When and/or where did you last encounter snow?
Here! Few years back!
If you've never seen snow in person, what do you imagine it's like?

Or if you first encountered snow later in life, how did it match up to your expectations?



Today in History:
1248 Foundation stone of Cologne Cathedral laid in Germany. Building completed in 1880.
1843 Tivoli Gardens, one of the world's oldest amusement parks, opened in Copenhagen, Denmark
1911 Crisco shortening first sold
1914 Panama Canal officially opened when US ship SS Ancon sailed from Atlantic to Pacific
1961 Guard Conrad Schumann fled from East Germany during the construction of the Berlin Wall
1993 Nolan Ryan, 324th and final victory, Rangers 4, Indians 1
2011 Snow in New Zealand caused power outages and closure of roads and of Wellington Airport
2012 Australia upheld legislation calling for cigarettes to have plain packaging


Today’s Word:
ha·ver [hey-ver]
verb: Chiefly British: to equivocate; vacillate
-or-
noun: from Middle English haver ‘oats’, a farmer who grew oats or a grain merchant


Today Is:
Best Friends Day
Bon Festival in Japan, day to honor ancestors
Lemon Meringue Pie Day
Relaxation Day


This Week is:
Aviation Week, 15-21


Today's Picture:
We're smack in the middle of another Elvis week with tourists packing Memphis. Year round people visit and often their destination is Graceland, including Elvis' burial place.
Here's a picture I took a while back of a few of the many tributes fans left at the foot of the grave.


Have a rockin' Thursday!
Thanks BJH!

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Old 08-14-2013, 10:33 PM
 
Location: Middle Tennessee
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Here we are. Another day, another dollar - or with inflation and taxes, another 50cts.


Today's Question:
What are the largest or most impressive or famous buildings you've visited? Probably the Capital Building in DC.


Did you feel appropriately awed or underwhelmed? Not really.



Bonus Question:
I just can't eat as much in summer, even though air conditioning is on everywhere these days. I've lost about five pounds the last month or so, though it will return in the fall.

Does your weight fluctuate with the seasons? Never notice.



Foodie Question - expanded (waistband) edition:
The foodie question accidentally got left in water overnight. It swelled to at least four times its original size. Hope you dont mind.

Is there a food or an ingredient you or your family cooked with that is not as easily found or is no longer available? Fresh Fordhook Limas in the shell. Just can't find anymore.



Have you ever tried Indian food?
If so, what did you think? Not yet.


Have you ever used a crockpot? Yes
What kinds of crockpot dishes have you made or eaten? Pot Roast


Right now is your freezer:
Full? 85% or better.
So-so?
Mostly empty?

If the power went out long enough and you had to salvage foods, tell us what you'd cook. A lot of beef.


What frozen desserts would need to be eaten before they melt? Names of flavors, please. Maybe 1/2 gallon of ice cream. No idea what flavor.



Just for fun:
Maybe the freezer question and this question can cool off some of us in the dog days of summer here in the northern hemisphere.

When and/or where did you last encounter snow? Colorado in 2003. June.

If you've never seen snow in person, what do you imagine it's like?

Or if you first encountered snow later in life, how did it match up to your expectations? I first encounter snow as a adult in MI. Later in MO where it was nasty cold at 20° below 0° and knee deep but I was drinking Iced Tea from one of those old time Stanley Stainless glass lined thermos bottles while I trudged around cutting firewood.



Today in History:
1248 Foundation stone of Cologne Cathedral laid in Germany. Building completed in 1880.
1843 Tivoli Gardens, one of the world's oldest amusement parks, opened in Copenhagen, Denmark
1911 Crisco shortening first sold
1914 Panama Canal officially opened when US ship SS Ancon sailed from Atlantic to Pacific
1961 Guard Conrad Schumann fled from East Germany during the construction of the Berlin Wall
1993 Nolan Ryan, 324th and final victory, Rangers 4, Indians 1
2011 Snow in New Zealand caused power outages and closure of roads and of Wellington Airport
2012 Australia upheld legislation calling for cigarettes to have plain packaging


Today’s Word:
ha·ver [hey-ver]
verb: Chiefly British: to equivocate; vacillate
-or-
noun: from Middle English haver ‘oats’, a farmer who grew oats or a grain merchant


Today Is:
Best Friends Day
Bon Festival in Japan, day to honor ancestors
Lemon Meringue Pie Day
Relaxation Day


This Week is:
Aviation Week, 15-21


Today's Picture:
We're smack in the middle of another Elvis week with tourists packing Memphis. Year round people visit and often their destination is Graceland, including Elvis' burial place.
Here's a picture I took a while back of a few of the many tributes fans left at the foot of the grave.


Have a rockin' Thursday!

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Old 08-14-2013, 10:34 PM
 
Location: NYC based - Used to Live in Philly - Transplant from Miami
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What...It's only 11: 34 PM EST! And the question is here.
I will wait until it is officially Thursday to answer the question.
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Old 08-14-2013, 10:41 PM
 
Location: South Central Texas
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Old 08-14-2013, 10:42 PM
 
Location: The Chatterdome in La La Land, CaliFUNia
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Today's Question:
What are the largest or most impressive or famous buildings you've visited?
CNN Tower in Toronto and Empire State Building ... CNN Tower is taller than the ESB and I actually could see it upon approaching Toronto via plane.

Did you feel appropriately awed or underwhelmed?
It was definitely amazing seeing things from that high up


Bonus Question:
I just can't eat as much in summer, even though air conditioning is on everywhere these days. I've lost about five pounds the last month or so, though it will return in the fall.

Does your weight fluctuate with the seasons?
Not really ... I do tend to eat out more in the summer as I never feel like cooking so maybe summer makes me gain weight.


Foodie Question - expanded (waistband) edition:
The foodie question accidentally got left in water overnight. It swelled to at least four times its original size. Hope you dont mind.

Is there a food or an ingredient you or your family cooked with that is not as easily found or is no longer available?
Can't think of anything


Have you ever tried Indian food?
If so, what did you think?
Yes and love the curries and paneer cheese ...

Have you ever used a crockpot?
What kinds of crockpot dishes have you made or eaten?
N/A

Right now is your freezer:
Full?
So-so?
Mostly empty?

If the power went out long enough and you had to salvage foods, tell us what you'd cook.
I dunno ...

What frozen desserts would need to be eaten before they melt? Names of flavors, please.
Don't have any so I need to stock up on some


Just for fun:
Maybe the freezer question and this question can cool off some of us in the dog days of summer here in the northern hemisphere.

When and/or where did you last encounter snow? Snow?? What's THAT?

If you've never seen snow in person, what do you imagine it's like? Icy like the ice that's needs to be defrosted from the freezer ... Brrrr

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Old 08-14-2013, 10:44 PM
 
Location: NW Indiana
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Today's Question:
What are the largest or most impressive or famous buildings you've visited? I was at the top of the Sears Tower (now known as the Willis Tower) in Chicago a couple of times, back when it was the tallest building in the world. I've also been in some other well-known Chicago buildings, including the ginormous McCormick Place.

Did you feel appropriately awed or underwhelmed? Pretty amazed and awed.

Bonus Question:
I just can't eat as much in summer, even though air conditioning is on everywhere these days. I've lost about five pounds the last month or so, though it will return in the fall.

Does your weight fluctuate with the seasons? I tend to put on some pounds during winter when the days are shorter. In summer I'm more motivated to take long power walks in the evening, and that really helps burn the calories.

Foodie Question - expanded (waistband) edition:
The foodie question accidentally got left in water overnight. It swelled to at least four times its original size. Hope you dont mind.

Is there a food or an ingredient you or your family cooked with that is not as easily found or is no longer available? Yes. My mom always used Royal baking powder, and it disappeared from the stores' shelves decades ago. Royal was single-acting baking powder and all the baking powder in the stores now (at least in my area) is double-acting, so I have to remember to use half the amount of baking powder called for in my mom's old recipes and recipes in very old cookbooks.

Have you ever tried Indian food?Not yet, but I'd love to. Just haven't had the opportunity yet.
If so, what did you think?


Have you ever used a crockpot? Yes; many times.
What kinds of crockpot dishes have you made or eaten? Chicken or beef stew; lots of other meat dishes.


Right now is your freezer:
Full? No; it's about 3/4 full. My freezer is not very large, and presently contains some gallon-size bags of blueberries, cherries and peaches. It also contains some packages of fish and a package of Polish sausage.

If the power went out long enough and you had to salvage foods, tell us what you'd cook. I would just cook one dish; probably fish sautéed on the stove top. I have a gas range and can light the burners with a match if the power is out. (The igniters are electric.) I'd take the rest of the frozen food to my sister's house for storage in her large freezer.

What frozen desserts would need to be eaten before they melt? Names of flavors, please. I have no frozen desserts at the present time; rarely do. If I did have some, it would probably be a package of Skinny Cow ice cream sandwiches.



Just for fun:
Maybe the freezer question and this question can cool off some of us in the dog days of summer here in the northern hemisphere.

When and/or where did you last encounter snow? At home in April.

If you've never seen snow in person, what do you imagine it's like? I've seen plenty of it, every winter. I love snow.

Or if you first encountered snow later in life, how did it match up to your expectations? I've lived in this area my entire life, so have seen snow every winter.

Today’s Word:
ha·ver [hey-ver]
verb: Chiefly British: to equivocate; vacillate
-or-
noun: from Middle English haver ‘oats’, a farmer who grew oats or a grain merchant
Interesting word.

Today Is:
Best Friends Day My sister is my best friend.
Bon Festival in Japan, day to honor ancestors Sounds like a good idea for a festival. Here in the U.S., many of us don't honor our ancestors as much as we should.
Lemon Meringue Pie Day Yum! I can make a really, really good lemon meringue pie from scratch.
Relaxation Day I wish!

This Week is:
Aviation Week, 15-21 This is right up Magnum Mike's alley!

Have a great day, everyone!

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Old 08-14-2013, 10:57 PM
 
Location: On the East Coast
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Here we are. Another day, another dollar - or with inflation and taxes, another 50cts.


Today's Question:
What are the largest or most impressive or famous buildings you've visited? The Empire State Building is one.


Did you feel appropriately awed or underwhelmed? Neither.



Bonus Question:
I just can't eat as much in summer, even though air conditioning is on everywhere these days. I've lost about five pounds the last month or so, though it will return in the fall.

Does your weight fluctuate with the seasons? Sometimes.



Foodie Question - expanded (waistband) edition:
The foodie question accidentally got left in water overnight. It swelled to at least four times its original size. Hope you dont mind.

Is there a food or an ingredient you or your family cooked with that is not as easily found or is no longer available?Can't think of anything off the top of my head.



Have you ever tried Indian food? No
If so, what did you think?


Have you ever used a crockpot? Yes
What kinds of crockpot dishes have you made or eaten? Chili,Soup, Meatballs,Stew.


Right now is your freezer:
Full?
So-so?
Mostly empty?

If the power went out long enough and you had to salvage foods, tell us what you'd cook. Veggies and some salmon burgers.


What frozen desserts would need to be eaten before they melt? Names of flavors, please. I have some coconut bars that would need to be eaten.



Just for fun:
Maybe the freezer question and this question can cool off some of us in the dog days of summer here in the northern hemisphere.

When and/or where did you last encounter snow? Last winter here where I live.

If you've never seen snow in person, what do you imagine it's like?

Or if you first encountered snow later in life, how did it match up to your expectations?



Today in History:
1248 Foundation stone of Cologne Cathedral laid in Germany. Building completed in 1880.
1843 Tivoli Gardens, one of the world's oldest amusement parks, opened in Copenhagen, Denmark
1911 Crisco shortening first sold
1914 Panama Canal officially opened when US ship SS Ancon sailed from Atlantic to Pacific
1961 Guard Conrad Schumann fled from East Germany during the construction of the Berlin Wall
1993 Nolan Ryan, 324th and final victory, Rangers 4, Indians 1
2011 Snow in New Zealand caused power outages and closure of roads and of Wellington Airport
2012 Australia upheld legislation calling for cigarettes to have plain packaging


Today’s Word:
ha·ver [hey-ver]
verb: Chiefly British: to equivocate; vacillate
-or-
noun: from Middle English haver ‘oats’, a farmer who grew oats or a grain merchant


Today Is:
Best Friends Day
Bon Festival in Japan, day to honor ancestors
Lemon Meringue Pie Day
Relaxation Day


This Week is:
Aviation Week, 15-21


Today's Picture:
We're smack in the middle of another Elvis week with tourists packing Memphis. Year round people visit and often their destination is Graceland, including Elvis' burial place.
Here's a picture I took a while back of a few of the many tributes fans left at the foot of the grave.


Have a rockin' Thursday!
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Old 08-14-2013, 11:00 PM
 
Location: Windham County, VT
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Today's Question:
What are the largest or most impressive or famous buildings you've visited?
None, just the Corning Tower in Albany NY's Empire State Plaza
(which I posted photo of when Q about tallest buildings was asked)

Did you feel appropriately awed or underwhelmed?

Vertiginous, dizzy
Bonus Question:
Does your weight fluctuate with the seasons?
Weigh more in winter because I'm even more sedentary & eat to warm up-
whereas in summer, sometimes it feels too hot out to eat at all.

Foodie Question - expanded (waistband) edition:
Is there a food or an ingredient you or your family cooked with that is not as easily found or is no longer available?
Not that I'm aware of
Have you ever tried Indian food? No
If so, what did you think?
Don't care for the smell,
therefore refuse to try the taste

Have you ever used a crockpot? Nope
What kinds of crockpot dishes have you made or eaten?
None

Right now is your freezer:
Full?
So-so?
Mostly empty? X
I put the week's food trash in there so it won't stink up the apt.

then remove it each Monday for when I take out the garbage
If the power went out long enough and you had to salvage foods, tell us what you'd cook.
How would I cook, if the power's gone out ?
I have no cookable food anyhow, other than soup from can or ramen noodle soup cup.
What frozen desserts would need to be eaten before they melt? Names of flavors, please.
Friendly's "Nuts over Caramel" cones
Edy's strawberry frozen fruit pieces popsicle

Just for fun:
When and/or where did you last encounter snow?
Whenever last it fell this spring
If you've never seen snow in person, what do you imagine it's like?
I grew up in snow, on coast of Maine-no lack of snow there-no imagination required
Or if you first encountered snow later in life, how did it match up to your expectations?

N/A
Today’s Word:
ha·ver [hey-ver]
verb: Chiefly British: to equivocate; vacillate
-or-
noun: from Middle English haver ‘oats’, a farmer who grew oats or a grain merchant
Huh, never heard of that one-
have heard of "waver" which means similar thing.

Today Is:
Best Friends Day
Relaxation Day

Have a rockin' Thursday!
Thanks for the Qs, bjh.
And I wish everybody a pleasant Thursday

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