Saturday, May 9, 2009

The AMERO currency already being printed?

Apparently not, says these are fake.

Besides...Why would YOUR Socialist government create free trade with poor countries who can't afford US made products, open our borders to terrorists, drug smugglers, the sick and illiterate, ruin our economy, and ruin our currency value just to trade with Mexico and other 3rd class countries? There aren't any countries in the World which would open up all their borders to illegals and accept a United currency for there?


Jokes - Yea, I got Jokes

I was confused when I heard the word 'service' used with these agencies.

Internal Revenue 'Service'
U.S. Postal 'Service'
Telephone 'Service'
Cable TV 'Service'
Civil 'Service'
State, City, County & Public 'Service'
Customer 'Service'

This is not what I thought 'service' meant. But today, I overheard two locals talking and one of them said he had hired a bull to 'service' a few cows. BAM!!! It all came into focus.

Now I understand what all those agencies are doing to us. Now you are as enlightened as I am!

Your Socialist Regime thinks It's not illegal to cross the boarder illegally" - WTF?!?

I discovered this interesting read on

No More Cash For Jailing Illegals

President Barack Obama has asked Congress to end federal payments to states and communities for jailing illegal immigrants as he continues along a path toward legalization of undocumented aliens. The budget plan Obama released on Thursday would end the State Criminal Alien Assistance Program (SCAAP), under which states received $400 million in the current fiscal year to cover the cost of incarcerating convicts and pre-trial detainees who are illegally in the U.S.

Specifically, the SCAAP reimburses states and counties for jailer's salaries for holding illegal immigrants who are apprehended and found to have at least one felony and two misdemeanor convictions. Ironically, Obama co-sponsored an amendment in the Senate to increase funding for the program. The amendment was defeated.

With states along the Mexican border hard pressed to balance their budgets, the federal cut would likely lead to reduced incarceration of illegal aliens. Obama's Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano has in fact stated that illegal immigration is really not a crime, saying in a CNN interview in April that "crossing the border is not a crime per se."

However, a statue clearly stipulates that crossing the border without authorization is a crime.

The elimination of the SCAAP is the latest sign that the Obama administration is softening the approach to illegal immigrants already in the country. The New York Times reported in early April that Obama would draft legislation this year allowing illegal immigrants to become legal citizens. The Times cited U.S. officials as saying that "the Obama administration favors legislation that would bring illegal immigrants into the legal system by recognizing that they violated the law, and imposing fines and other penalties to fit the offense."

Obama said in an interview with Univision Radio that he is "very committed" to immigration reform, stating: "We're going to start by really trying to work on how to improve the current system so that people who want to be naturalized, who want to become citizens . . . that they are able to do it." As reported earlier, Republicans fear that Obama and Congressional Democrats are pushing for amnesty for illegals to increase Democratic electoral chances. Studies show that new immigrants vote overwhelmingly Democratic.

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Refurbish and Use those Cast Iron pots and pans

I saw this great article on

Today many people don’t know how properly to care for, clean or refurbish cast iron pots, making it possible for the savvy treasure hunter to find gems just waiting to be returned to use.

Why Choose Cast Iron? Cast iron cookware is versatile and durable. It can go from stovetop to oven and back again, if necessary. It heats evenly and holds the heat well, making it excellent for browning meat or simmering stews and soups.
A cast iron griddle will yield fabulous pancakes and French toast. And, with a little bit of care and proper treatment, a cast iron pot’s surface will be as nonstick as modern cookware.Once you’ve found your rusty, filthy treasure and are ready to begin the restoration process, you need to do some work.

Depending on what grimy problems you’re facing, you have several options to refurbish cast iron.

Problem #1: Baked-On Mess
One of the simplest ways to remove the baked-on, grimy accumulation of gunk from your cast iron treasure is to use the self-cleaning cycle of your oven. (Don’t use this method with wooden handled pans!)

My suggestion is to build a fire in the backyard or grill and burn the crud off in the fire pit. Do you really want all that smoke in your house?

Problem #2: Rust
After cleaning the pan in your oven, soak the pan in a solution of half white vinegar and half water to remove accumulated rust. Find a container that’s big enough to hold the rusty pan and completely submerge it into the solution. Let it soak for one to four hours, but no longer. The acid in the vinegar dissolves rust, but if the rust doesn’t dissolve completely, a plastic scrub brush will loosen stubborn areas. If you leave the pan in the vinegar solution for too long, the acid will start to dissolve the pan and damage it; so check the condition of the pan often while soaking. The more rust, the longer it will need to soak. When you’re satisfied that the rust is gone, protect your hands with rubber gloves, remove the pan from the vinegar solution and rinse thoroughly under running water.

Dry with a kitchen towel, then place the pan into an oven set at a low temperature; bake for a few minutes to make sure the pan is completely dry. It’s the nature of cast iron for a faint sheen of rust to form on the surface almost immediately as the pan dries. Use fine sandpaper to remove the light rust, then wipe with a soft rag to remove dust. Using a paper towel, immediately cover the pan with a thin coating of vegetable oil or shortening to prevent rust from returning.

Seasoning Cast Iron
Now that your pan is free of rust and grime, it needs to be seasoned before you can cook with it. To season the pan, coat it with a thin layer of vegetable cooking oil or vegetable shortening. Place the pan upside down on a rack in your 350 to 400 degree F oven for about 45 minutes. By placing the pan upside down, excess oil will drain off rather than form a gooey pool in the bottom of the pan.

Place a cookie sheet lined with aluminum foil on the lower rack of the oven to catch any drips.

As it heats, the oil will flow into nooks and crannies in the pot’s surface, and form a nice, smooth coating. Be sure to apply the oil in a thin layer so it doesn’t pool when it heats.

For the best results, you should repeat this seasoning process three or four times before using your pan to cook. After that, cooking will continue the seasoning process and your pan eventually will develop the nice, smooth, black patina treasured in a well-cared-for cast iron pan.
Everyday Cast Iron Cleaning & Maintenance
A well-seasoned cast iron pot is not difficult to keep clean. After using it, simply rinse under hot water and use a plastic scrub pad or scrub brush to remove any stubborn bits of food. Immediately after washing, dry the pan with a kitchen towel.

To make sure the pan is completely dry, place it on a stove burner turned on low for a few minutes.

Then, while the pan is still warm, carefully coat the inside of the pan very lightly with cooking oil. This will prevent any rust from forming in the nicks you may have made in the surface. Any skillets or Dutch ovens that have lids should be stored uncovered or should have a folded paper towel placed between the pan and the lid to provide air flow. This keeps moisture from building and potentially causing rust. Never store food in a cast iron pot; the acids from the food will damage the seasoning. And never put cast iron in the dishwasher!

It’s not difficult to restore cast iron cookware and once restored, maintenance is simple. So if you are not already cooking with cast iron, go on your own treasure hunt.

Rust or caked-on, rancid grime are reasons many perfectly good cast iron pots and pans have been shoved to the back of kitchen cabinets, buried in boxes in a basement, or stored in piles of junk in the corner of a barn. If you don’t have your own pot that’s awaiting your attention, ask your relatives and friends what they have tucked away. If those avenues fail, try yard sales, barn sales or flea markets to find inexpensive pots and pans in need of refurbishing.

30 Minutes to get what you need

Picture this…

You’re sitting home; numbing your brain watching that damn TV, and a broadcast comes over the box…

“In a PREPLANNED JOINT ATTACK ON THE US…Iran just nuked Israel, Afghanistan, Iraq, killing over 1 Million Military and US contractors overseas…the Chinese and Russians who have been training with the US Military has sunk the US Navy fleet in a surprise attach, and Mexico and Chinese Special Forces who have been training in Panama have just attacked Texas, Arizona, and California…Russian Bombers have bombed Alaska, Washington, and Oregon…United Nations Troops Stationed throughout the United States have attacked military bases and food transportation Hubs… more to follow.”

If there ever is a cause for a run on the grocery stores, the supplies will be depleted in thirty minutes. That’s it. One half hour warning is all you (and all your neighbors) will have to find and get more food, more water, more produce, and more medical supplies. In those thirty minutes, your local stores will only be able to supply less than 1% of your community with the goods they would need or hoard.

Currently we hear in the news of wheat shortages, threat of Global War, escalating oil prices, trillion dollar national deficit, constitutional freedoms being shredded, threat of banking collapse, high rate of home foreclosures, threat of H1N1 Flu epidemic, unprecedented inflation of the dollar, foreign hackers successfully tapping into the power grid, skyrocketing unemployment…these are all reasons and even warnings why many Americans are beginning to wake up and take steps towards emergency preparedness today. Grocery stores aren’t stocked for any kind of a panic and Costco only has about 3 days worth of food, if properly rationed, for its communities.

I know… I know…more doom and gloom…but the good news is that you and your close neighbors have taken steps to fend for yourselves when the rest of the mindless drones come looking for your food and water right? Think LA Riots, Katrina, Northridge Earthquake, the list goes on an on…

Monday, May 4, 2009


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Friday, May 1, 2009

Use toilet paper rolls to start your garden

Don't go to the garden supply store to buy biodegradable starting pots for seedlings. Just use the cardboard tubes from paper towels and toilet paper. Use scissors to cut each toilet paper tube into two pots, or each paper towel tube into four. Fill a tray with the cut cylinders packed against each other so they won't tip when you water the seedlings. This will also prevent them from drying out too quickly. Now fill each pot with seed-starting mix, gently pack it down, and sow your seeds. When you plant the seedlings, make sure to break down the side of the roll and make sure all the cardboard is completely buried.

I used to use plastic cups with holes punched in the bottom, but now I will be using the toilet paper roll method.