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  • Cheesemakers create 6,700 pounds of poutine for world record

    08/07/2019 11:48:56 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 34 replies
    UPI ^ | Aug. 5, 2019 / 2:09 PM | By Ben Hooper
    Aug. 5 (UPI) -- A trio of cheesemakers teamed up in Quebec to make a world record-breaking poutine that weighed nearly 6,700 pounds. The cheesemakers, Fromage Warwick, Fromagerie Victoria and Fromagerie du Presbytere, combined fries, gravy and cheese curds in Warwick to create a total 6,688 pounds of poutine. Sebastien Lemay, the co-owner of Fromage Warwick, said it took about 26 to 28 hours to prepare all of the cheese curds for the poutine, while the fries were cooked up just prior to the event with the use of 40 deep-frying machines. The previous poutine world record was 4,409 pounds,...
  • Gunshot fired at Mammoth Cave campsite following alleged Bigfoot sighting

    08/01/2019 6:16:33 PM PDT · by buckalfa · 38 replies
    WSPA News Channel 7 ^ | July 31, 2019 | Josh Breslow
    Primary Menu NEWS WEATHER SPORTS LIVIN’ UPSTATE YOUR CAROLINA COMMUNITY REPORT IT! ABOUT US CW62 Search WEATHER ALERTS Flood Advisory: Greenville, Spartanburg Gunshot fired at Mammoth Cave campsite following alleged Bigfoot sighting NEWS by: Josh Breslow Posted: Jul 31, 2019 / 11:20 PM EDT / Updated: Jul 31, 2019 / 11:20 PM EDT MAMMOTH CAVE, Ky. (WKRN) — Federal officials are investigating an incident involving at least one gunshot fired over the weekend at Mammoth Cave National Park that was prompted by an alleged sighting of Bigfoot. A spokesperson for the national park said law enforcement rangers responded around 2...
  • Cheese

    06/29/2019 6:16:34 PM PDT · by SamAdams76 · 64 replies
  • New research reveals what was on the menu for peasants

    05/16/2019 5:28:43 PM PDT · by BenLurkin · 60 replies
    Phys.org ^ | 05/16/2109 | University of Bristol
    Using chemical analysis of pottery fragments and animal bones found at one of England's earliest medieval villages, combined with detailed examination of a range of historical documents and accounts, the research has revealed the daily diet of peasants in the Middle Ages. The researchers were also able to look at butchery techniques, methods of food preparation and rubbish disposal at the settlement Dr. Julie Dunne and Professor Richard Evershed from the University of Bristol's Organic Geochemistry Unit, based within the School of Chemistry, led the research, published today in the Journal of Archaeological Science. "Much is known of the medieval...
  • One of the Funniest President Donald John Trump video I've seen...

    04/19/2019 4:12:26 AM PDT · by Caipirabob · 5 replies
    Twitter via @mad_liberals ^ | Unknown | @mad_liberals
    This is just one the funniest President Donald John Trump video I've seen. Feel free to share yours, it's a day of joy. Happy Good Friday - Cheers! Trump Dance
  • Why scientists played music to cheese?

    03/23/2019 10:32:32 AM PDT · by BenLurkin · 51 replies
    Vintage News ^ | 03/22/2019 | Steve Palace
    Consumers could soon be looking at cheese in a new light. Switzerland has played host to a ground-breaking study which goes beyond the usual factors of appearance, taste, and smell. The title is simple but surreal: Cheese in Surround Sound. Experts describe it in their press release as “a culinary art experiment,” seeking to establish a credible link between cheese and music. For a more thorough scientific explanation, the reader must consider how “the bio-acoustic impact of sound waves affects metabolic processes in cheese, to the point where a discernible difference in flavor becomes apparent – one which can even...
  • Scam alert- Anne Trickey SF Arts Commission files a case in US District Court.

    03/21/2019 5:31:36 PM PDT · by Bayareaartist · 14 replies
    US District Court case 4:19-cv-00583 ^ | March 21, 2019 | bayareaartist
    Anne Trickey lied in a complaint filed in US District Court on February 1, 2019. Trickey claimed a former street artist in SF stole 1-3 images from a social media page and is selling them on a unspecified web site. Trickey filed worked on this case during office hours; using CCSF time; computers and mail supplies. As a self represented litigant, she used CCSF time to personally file the documents with the court. Trickey lied in her filing claiming she served the defendant when proof was shown that Trickey did not serve the defendant or comply with Federal Rules of...
  • Why Does the Federal Government Have 1.4 Billion Pounds of American Cheese Stockpiled?

    03/05/2019 9:28:30 AM PST · by gattaca · 111 replies
    FEE ^ | March 5, 2019 | FEE
    Rather than reduce dairy subsidies, the USDA has been paying to have surplus milk made into cheese. In the 1930s, the U.S. federal government established dairy subsidies to bail out America’s dairy farmers from the Great Depression. Managed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, those same subsidies are still in effect today, where they have underwritten a massive surplus of milk in the U.S. dairy industry that far exceeds the appetites of over 327 million Americans to consume it. But rather than reduce the subsidies to reduce the surplus to more reasonable levels, the USDA is instead paying the U.S....
  • "The End of Men is Not True"

    02/09/2019 6:23:38 AM PST · by LS · 24 replies
    Boston University Law Review ^ | May 2013 | Philip N. Cohen
    Hanna Rosin has written that she “hesitate[s] to get drawn into data wars” (and suggested my blog to those readers who have “an appetite for them”).1Statistics, however, are not mere technical details, academic in the pejorative sense. They are reflections of reality – numbers that represent characteristics of a sample which, if done right, reflect the population from which the sample is drawn. It is in the broad sense of measuring reality, not the narrow sense of quibbling over details at the nth decimal place, that the “end of men” is not true. Rosin’s depiction of reality is not accurate.
  • Unpaid federal workers relying on charity as shutdown continues

    01/17/2019 7:34:01 PM PST · by conservative98 · 79 replies
    NY Post ^ | January 17, 2019 | Marisa Schultz
    Federal workers and contractors not getting paid have had to resort to seeking handouts as the record-breaking shutdown continues for a fourth week. In Washington, DC, the line for free meals stretched down Pennsylvania Avenue between the White House and the Capitol because workers say any little bit helps when no money is coming in. “Accepting that I’m here is demoralizing,” said a teary Blen Woldearegay, a Department of Interior contractor who is worried about possible foreclosure on her new home. “It’s hard. It’s hurtful. I’m not the type of person that likes to do that [ask for help] just...
  • Report on Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Cancer NOW SAYS She Contracted Pneumonia – Is Fighting for Her Life

    01/17/2019 10:25:48 AM PST · by WWG1WWA · 192 replies
    Gateway Pundit ^ | 1/17/19 | Jim Hoft
    Title had to be truncated: BREAKING: First Media Outlet to Report on Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Cancer NOW SAYS She Contracted Pneumonia – Is Fighting for Her Life Now The Santa Monica Observer says Ruth Bader Ginsburg has pneumonia and is fighting for her life. And… That Ginsburg will retire in January.
  • Make America Grate Again? There's 1.4 Billion Pounds Of Surplus Cheese In The U.S.

    01/10/2019 3:11:59 PM PST · by bgill · 54 replies
    wbur ^ | Jan. 8, 2019 | Jeremy Hobson
    More than 900,000 cubic yards of cheddar, American and Swiss currently sit in cold storage across the United States, enough cheese to form a wheel the size of the U.S. Capitol building. The excess is the biggest the country has seen since the government started keeping track a century ago, and it's 16 percent larger than the cheese surplus of 2016 when the government offered to buy up $20 million worth of excess cheese... "Part of it is changes in the domestic use of that milk." Another factor is trade — "a self-inflicted wound," Novakovic says. And there is growing...
  • Moose wanders into Alaska hospital for a 'morning snack'

    01/08/2019 10:53:42 AM PST · by Red Badger · 50 replies
    www.foxnews.com ^ | By Lucia I. Suarez Sang
    Doctors, staff and patients at a hospital in Alaska’s largest city got the surprise of a lifetime when a large moose wandered inside for a quick snack. Video footage captured Monday by a worker at Alaska Regional Hospital in Anchorage shows the moose poking around some greenery near an entrance before it starts gazing in the camera’s direction. “Didn’t think we’d have a pet moose,” Stephanie Hupton, who works in billing at a physical therapy office inside the hospital and captured the footage, told the Associated Press. She told KTUU that she started recording after a patient mentioned to security...
  • Les Moonves Had Employee On Call For Oral Sex

    12/31/2018 8:28:10 AM PST · by subterfuge · 57 replies
    CBS ^ | TMZ
    Didn't see this posted. Hope the link works.
  • "Dialogue" by Henry Livingston to Richard Sheridan's "Had I a Heart"

    12/30/2018 2:33:02 PM PST · by mairdie · 2 replies
    An amusing little poem about Henry's children begging their mother to cut her double-curded cheese, as their mother explains that it's only August and they need to wait till October. Read by Byron Nilsson to "Had I a Heart" by Richard Sheridan, a light opera that appears frequently in Henry's Music Manuscript Book.
  • Dairy farming is dying. After 40 years, I’m done

    12/26/2018 12:00:12 PM PST · by ETL · 164 replies
    Washington Post ^ | Dec 21, 2018 | Jim Goodman
    <p>After 40 years of dairy farming, I sold my herd of cows this summer. The herd had been in my family since 1904; I know all 45 cows by name. I couldn’t find anyone who wanted to take over our farm — who would? Dairy farming is little more than hard work and possible economic suicide.</p>
  • PETA: Cow's milk a symbol of white supremacy

    10/22/2018 5:23:09 PM PDT · by Sub-Driver · 77 replies
    PETA: Cow's milk a symbol of white supremacy Zac Self 11:24 AM, Oct 21, 2018 5 hours ago According to PETA’s latest press release, cow’s milk is a symbol of white supremacy. In a statement, the animal rights group links the dairy industry’s treatment of the cows to the concept of white supremacy. “Aside from ‘lactose-tolerant’ white supremacists, cow’s milk really is the perfect drink of choice for all (even unwitting) supremacists, since the dairy industry inflicts extreme violence on other living beings,” the organization said in part. “PETA is trying to wake people up to the implications of choosing...
  • San Bernardino County Deputies Use Doritos to Round Up Wayward Pig

    10/14/2018 4:36:09 PM PDT · by BenLurkin · 20 replies
    ktla ^ | October 14, 2018 | Brian Day,
    “Deputy Ponce and Deputy Berg found him and, due to previous calls, knew where he lived,” according to the statement. The deputies hatched a plan. “They lured him back home with Doritos one of our deputies had in her lunch bag,” the statement said. “They made a trail and he followed.” “We were able to put him back in and secure the gate,” Deputy Ponce said. “It was fun!”
  • Hello I have just joined

    10/04/2018 2:45:50 PM PDT · by Isabella900 · 299 replies
    Hello I'm Isabella, I just joined today, I'm Right-Wing Conservative and support President Trump, I'm VERY Anti-Globalist, I hate Leftists, I have lurked for a while reading but today thought I might as well join and stop lurking.
  • Vanity: Sen. Kampala Harris with Anither Anonymous Accuser

    09/26/2018 9:50:04 PM PDT · by TigerClaws · 98 replies
    BREAKING: Democratic Sen. Kamala Harris submitted to the Senate Judiciary Committee an anonymous and completely unsubstantiated accusation from a "Jane Doe" alleging Kavanaugh carried out a gang rape "in the back seat of a car." The letter omits place, date & alleged accomplices