Here you go: No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on presentment or indictment of a Grand Jury, except in cases arising in the land or naval forces, or in the Militia, when in actual service in time of War or public danger; nor shall any person
Miss M and Mr. Big Food arrived home this afternoon– Kat & Tony were still in the City of Starkvegas, Daughter C and her entourage had departed early this morning. Miss M and Mr. Big Food commenced the kitchen debriefings (what I need to know about their respective days) and we fell back into our
AND People (pl) A Teacher (sing)How the heck does this not grate on your ear enough to make you want to scream out loud? Headline: FEWER PEOPLE WANT TO BE TEACHERSWell, no wonder. If this is what you have to work with. People with no ears. Fewer items post here.
Grilling all dietary preferences Something for everyone. Chicken marinated in … let me see if I can remember. Butter. Oregano. Red wine vinegar. Leftover red French dressing. And some other stuff.Tofu seasoned with “Slap Ya Mama” seasoning.Broccoli with garlic, leftover leftover red French dressing, and some other stuff.Served at ~9:30– when Kat and Tony arrived–
Truth be told, it’s not just another day down on The Farm. In less than 10 hours Kat & Tony will be here! Yea!!
April 15, 2009. Fountain Square, Cincinnati, Ohio. You are seeing my point. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people to peaceably assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress
I’ve just downloaded the photos Mr. Big Food took while in Italia. He’s recovering from the time change, and catching up on his Farm chores today, so I do not want to disturb him, but if I’m not mistaken, this is the Hall at the University of Pauda where one of Pauda’s “notable residents,” Galileo
Miss M and I talked about this. We are committed to committing the Bill of Rights to Memory.
When Miss M and I left the farm at about 11am the water was back on. Sure, the pressure wasn’t up to snuff, but that’s to be expected.When we returned we still had water, of a certain sort. Boiled water for washing dishes and such When I inquired about the water situation at about 4:45pm–
Telephone From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia A telephone, or phone, is a telecommunications device that permits two or more users to conduct a conversation when they are not in the same vicinity of each other to be heard directly. A telephone converts sound, typically and most efficiently the human voice, into electronic signals suitable for
I have in my library of crappy old books an entire collection of cheap reprinted Zane Grey novels. I’m still tracking down the story on the collection. The volumes all look the same, but the dates are suspect. For those interested, this is the best explanation I’ve found. It’s taken me a day or two
From Guns.com Even though Chicago is the site of many world-class museums, the city currently prohibits some firearms from being displayed, even as historical artifacts. One city alderman however introduced an ordinance on Wednesday to lift that ban, allowing museums to properly display these pieces of history. Edward Burke, one of Chicago’s most powerful city
When Mr. Big Food ventures off the Farm for more than a day or two, those of us who remain behind worry that we will starve to death in his absence. Not really– we all know our way around the kitchen, and Lord knows we have the raw materials. But it’s a pretty good running
After we returned from Town today, I encouraged Miss M and Her Friend, Michael, to take a walk around a potion of the property. I provided them a camera. It’s been raining for days, but today was warm and sunny. And so on a day like today, the flora and fauna are kicking their pants
What a strange May 5th!This morning, while it was cold and rainy, we enjoyed hot coffee and orange slices. Later, we communed over brunch at the Breakfast Table. Grits with butter. Vegan grits with Earth Balance fake-butter. American Farm and some other home made sausage. Eggs scrambled with peppers &c. in Sausage fat (there’s not
This evening we welcomed Miss M’s Friend– who is a real live person!– to the Farm. If I controlled the weather, I’d apologize to Miss M’s Friend. One should not be cold when one hangs out grilling burgers with Mr. Big Food on May 4th. Hanging out on the patio with the grill & the
If you believe that, you haven’t been paying attention. Numbers should not confuse anyone. Numbers are numbers. It’s not like they have a life of their own. That said, these numbers do give me pause. Today is May 3. The median record low for these five days is 40. Forecast low tonight: 37 Forecast low
Some photos with no captions from the End of Year Cookout Honoring Graduating Seniors. A Good Time was had by All.
I had occasion to be on a University Campus this afternoon to attend a celebratory event. More on this event in the next post. While my camera & I were wandering around, I snapped a couple of pictures. EXHIBIT 1: From dictionary.com: de-lamp – no dictionary results Furthermore: cut [kuht] verb, cut, cut·ting, adjective, nounverb
Southerners tend to live in one place, where they can see whole lives unfold around them. It gives them a natural sense of the narrative, of the dramatic content of life. — Eudora Welty From Under Live Oaks: The Last Great Houses of the Old South (Caroline Seebohm and Peter Woloszynski, Clarkson Potter Publishers, New