As you can see in the picture, this bacon is just about ready to be removed from the heat.
Just what are those bubbles/foam(?) on the surface of the bacon?
Note: this is fresh bacon from a butcher-- not processed or packaged-- if that makes a difference.
When I do home-made burgers, my mix is as follows:
bread-crumbs or grated potatoe
salt, pepper, sweek paprika
a bit of olive oil
sometimes pieces of ham and some other cheese
sauteed onion and garlic
I take a handful, make a patty and drop it in a...
If I lay in my bed and look at the blinkenlights of my computer in the dark (when the computer's display is off), the yellow ones have a small halo, the green ones have a halo as wide as the diod's diameter, and the blue ones have a halo wider than the diode's diameter.
@Sobachatina Not so easy. We don't have much contact to the other chairs, because they sit in different buildings. And my own co-workers seem to be immune. There are lots of females on our chair, and most males are mated anyway.
I don't know C++ either - and I don't know if I want to learn it and programm in it for a living
Although if I am going to be a developer and this is the price I have to pay to be able to work on cool machines instead of the Xth accounting system written in something like Java, it might be worth it
@yossarian very nice. This amount of work is already enough to see if the message would be interesting for the readers, and to suggest additional directions if it isn't. The rest is only polishing of the language (we'll help you with that too, but it is good to make sure that you are writing the right thing before we make sure that you are writing it in the right way).
@yossarian Heh, I don't think that there is a job where every single task is pleasant.
But I hope that there are jobs where there are enough of the pleasant/interesting/challenging/rewarding-feeling kind.
@yossarian Yes, you took the fake personality far enough not only to use a gmail address containing its name, not only to use a reference to it in your old gravatar, but also to tell the TV producers who made this clip with you to use it in the clip :)
Take the scene where the police asks one of the brothers, "Are you the murderer?", he says "I swear on my honor as a military officer that I am not" and they release him and strike him from the list of suspects
I spent time wondering what devious trick they had in mind, how they were planning to lay a trap for him, or whatever
turns out that for them, if a military officer says "I swear on my honor", this is a proof that he is innocent.
There was no subtext to be found in the scene, the interaction was completely straightforward. But I was mislead to search for hidden motives and plans until I realized it.
In Dostoevsky, the reader is supposed to know the rules. The characters are exposed to him for studying, illustrated by their behavior in the scenes. And the reader knows what the interaction between the character and his setting means. Well, I am not this target reader, and I am in the dark all of the time, and so I can't get what the author is trying to tell me. Frustrating.
The White Tiger is the debut novel by Indian author Aravind Adiga. It was first published in 2008 and won the 40th Man Booker Prize in the same year. The novel provides a darkly humorous perspective of India’s class struggle in a globalized world as told through a retrospective narration from Balram Halwai, a village boy. In detailing Balram’s journey first to Dehli, where he works as a chauffeur to a rich landlord, and then to Bangalore, the place to which he flees after killing his master and stealing his money, the novel examines issues of religion, caste, loyalty, corruption and pove...
At some time, he is a taxi driver and wonders what all the girls whom he drives to this big building at night do there. It turns out that it is a call center, working at shift times synchronized to the American business day, and the better-to-do families can let their daughter work there, and of course she needs a ride at night.
I don't know about your keyboard layout, mine only inserts the sirconflex if there is a consonant or space pressed after pressing the sirconflex key. Else it waits, to be able to insert a sirconflex vowel.
@derobert yes, I see the 0008 now.
@derobert Above "How is this one", there is a line which simply pings you
If you see no funny symbol in it, it didn't have an error.