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by Kellemora
Today, 16:14
Forum: Chats
Topic: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation
Replies: 68
Views: 461

Re: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation

As the country became mobile, kids going away to distant colleges, meeting and marrying then living far away from home in many cases, often where they landed a high paying job. Families have virtually ceased to exist anymore. So seeing all the old familiar places wherever you go is a boon for many. ...
by Kellemora
Today, 15:47
Forum: Digital Dialogues
Topic: Parrot Linux and Btrfs
Replies: 88
Views: 1027

Re: Parrot Linux and Btrfs

Let's take something that is one of the basic elements of all things living. Carbon. Carbon is an element that can neither be created nor destroyed. That being said, begs the question. Where did Carbon come from in the first place? Or any other of the basic elements? I don't discount that bible tran...
by Kellemora
Yesterday, 17:24
Forum: Chats
Topic: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation
Replies: 68
Views: 461

Re: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation

When I first started driving OTR, everywhere I went was totally different. Different buildings, different scenery, different stores and places to eat, different people, who also dressed differently too. Within the span of about only 3 years, everything changed. All the towns looked almost the same, ...
by Kellemora
Yesterday, 16:53
Forum: Digital Dialogues
Topic: Parrot Linux and Btrfs
Replies: 88
Views: 1027

Re: Parrot Linux and Btrfs

All I can say Yogi is archaeologist have discovered enough evidence to prove almost all of the stories in the Bible are true. But it doesn't answer all of our questions, and many misinterpret what they read also. Then to make matters worse, there are thousand, if not millions of preacher who preach ...
by Kellemora
27 Oct 2020, 16:04
Forum: Chats
Topic: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation
Replies: 68
Views: 461

Re: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation

I had to make many trips from St. Louis to Knoxville, first when I was dating, next after we were married to move her stuff to St. Loo, and then again when we moved back down here to her home town. To help break up that long 9 hour drive, we started picking places to visit along our route. Sometimes...
by Kellemora
27 Oct 2020, 15:39
Forum: Digital Dialogues
Topic: Parrot Linux and Btrfs
Replies: 88
Views: 1027

Re: Parrot Linux and Btrfs

Back home in St.Loo, I had some cards in a slot next to my door on how to respond to certain groups. It basically covered the errors they believed in, by countering with the truth, in many cases, taken from their own bibles. They usually didn't come back after that, hi hi. I packed those cards away ...
by Kellemora
26 Oct 2020, 15:12
Forum: Chats
Topic: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation
Replies: 68
Views: 461

Re: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation

I hear ya on that account Yogi - I think half the stuff the FDA approves as safe in our foods really is deadly. When I drove OTR, I rarely looked at a map at all, at least until I got into the town where I had a delivery stop. But even then the locals on the radio would tell you the best route to ge...
by Kellemora
26 Oct 2020, 14:59
Forum: Digital Dialogues
Topic: Parrot Linux and Btrfs
Replies: 88
Views: 1027

Re: Parrot Linux and Btrfs

Not so Yogi. My sister used to work for a drug manufacturing company in the milling room. They manufactured name brands, store brands, and generic, all from the same batch of ingredients. But there was a difference in the finished products. For the name brands, the product was hard pressed, and had ...
by Kellemora
25 Oct 2020, 15:04
Forum: Chats
Topic: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation
Replies: 68
Views: 461

Re: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation

Part of my military wilderness training was how to survive in a jungle. Ironically, there are a lot of edible things one would never consider edible. Bugs and reptiles included. Lot's of leaves and certain tree barks and saps. I don't remember any of it now, didn't pay much attention then either, hi...
by Kellemora
25 Oct 2020, 14:49
Forum: Digital Dialogues
Topic: Parrot Linux and Btrfs
Replies: 88
Views: 1027

Re: Parrot Linux and Btrfs

I've been lucky enough to find some of the drugs I take for well below name brand and even generic brand prices. Two of them I can now get a two week supply for 88 cents. The generic is 12.95, and the name brand 16.95. If a company can make it cheap enough to package it, distribute it, and a retaile...
by Kellemora
24 Oct 2020, 14:56
Forum: Chats
Topic: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation
Replies: 68
Views: 461

Re: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation

My grandpa on my mom's side was definitely old school, waste not want not. He had a young horse hit by lightning, which killed it. He dressed it out behind the barn. Most of it he earmarked to use as hog and dog food, but some of it he used for stewing with. Without telling grandma what it was of co...
by Kellemora
24 Oct 2020, 14:48
Forum: Digital Dialogues
Topic: Parrot Linux and Btrfs
Replies: 88
Views: 1027

Re: Parrot Linux and Btrfs

In my opinion the purpose of insurance was to fuel the industries they apply to, allowing those industries to charge much higher rates than were considered reasonable. And along with those industries charging higher and higher rates, thanks to the insurance companies fueling them, insurance rates ac...
by Kellemora
23 Oct 2020, 15:24
Forum: Chats
Topic: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation
Replies: 68
Views: 461

Re: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation

I'm a scaredie cat when it comes to trying new things. Many things I just won't try at all, no matter how good some folks say it is. 75 count shrimp is small, only one size larger than popcorn shrimp. Basically one bite each is all. Most restaurants serve 50 count shrimp these days, that's about two...
by Kellemora
23 Oct 2020, 15:15
Forum: Digital Dialogues
Topic: Parrot Linux and Btrfs
Replies: 88
Views: 1027

Re: Parrot Linux and Btrfs

I have many English friends where they have Socialized Medicine. They are ALWAYS begging for Donations to have a family members illness or a much needed surgery covered, because their system won't pay for the life-saving surgeries. I have one friend named Andy Davy who almost lost his daughter to on...
by Kellemora
22 Oct 2020, 15:05
Forum: Chats
Topic: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation
Replies: 68
Views: 461

Re: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation

There is enough fat still in lean meat to impart the delicious flavor without having to overcook it to render the fat out. My wife got a Souis Vide (sp) for Christmas last year. She's used it for several things since then, but then packed it back up again. She would rather toss something on the gril...
by Kellemora
22 Oct 2020, 14:57
Forum: Digital Dialogues
Topic: Parrot Linux and Btrfs
Replies: 88
Views: 1027

Re: Parrot Linux and Btrfs

Maybe I'm just lucky. I install Debian, install the programs I like, and it just works, including file sharing and networking. This may not be true for later versions. Once I have one that is working right, I hate updating to a newer version. Unless I do a clean install on a new partition to try it ...
by Kellemora
21 Oct 2020, 15:50
Forum: Chats
Topic: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation
Replies: 68
Views: 461

Re: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation

Hmm. I've never liked Prime meats, they are all way to fatty, and have too much waste. In my book Prime and Suet should fall into the same classification. For myself, I actually prefer what is called Select. In our restaurant we used Choice for our roast beef sandwiches. Most of the home delivery me...
by Kellemora
21 Oct 2020, 15:35
Forum: Digital Dialogues
Topic: Parrot Linux and Btrfs
Replies: 88
Views: 1027

Re: Parrot Linux and Btrfs

I have a commercial grade of popcorn salt I use on things like Broccoli and Cauliflower, just a touch. About the only thing I add to salads is a pinch of superfine sugar. And for myself I do sprinkle some table salt if it has tomatoes in it. A couple of my scripts that always cost me 14 dollar co-pa...
by Kellemora
20 Oct 2020, 15:28
Forum: Chats
Topic: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation
Replies: 68
Views: 461

Re: Facebook Biometric Information Privacy Litigation

I will eat almost any kind of White Fish, which usually means Cod or something similar to it. When it is fried, not baked. My late wife loved Salmon, so we usually bought it buy the case of filet's and kept them in the freezer for her. Since I was in the food service business, I still had some conta...
by Kellemora
20 Oct 2020, 15:20
Forum: Digital Dialogues
Topic: Parrot Linux and Btrfs
Replies: 88
Views: 1027

Re: Parrot Linux and Btrfs

I think one of the reasons we managed to sell so many, was that the president at the time just made Grandmothers Day an officially recognized day. And most folks never though about getting grandma something, and these little gifts where just what the doctor ordered at the time. Normally we can sell ...