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How to Remove a Splinter

I know what you’re thinking. Tweezers, right? Well, not so fast. Sometimes it’s not that easy. I was at a church event when it happened. A tiny piece of wood pricked my finger. 740 more words

Christian

The Socially Seductive Tax Deduction

The rat’s nest that is the federal income tax code is a testament to the counter-productive nature of central economic planning. Not only does the tax code force citizens to waste time and other resources on compliance activities. 1,130 more words

Taxes

Happiness is...

On our very first trip to Portugal I remember in my granny’s village a little truck that would drive by every morning.  Everyone in the neighborhood would come running out to where the baker stopped and it was like a mini party, lots of talking and gesturing and bread buying.   420 more words

All About Me.

Are you using the right container????

(A magyar forditás lent található)

An aging master grew tired of his apprentice’s complaints. One morning, he sent him to get some salt. When the apprentice returned, the master told him to mix a handful of salt in a glass of water and then drink it. 427 more words

SALT—More press nonsense on tax reform

The elimination of State and Local Tax (SALT) deductions from the proposed tax reforms working their way through Congress has become a hot topic. Fine, but please keep the discussion honest. 940 more words

Debt

Spicy Crunchy Noodles

Transferring from previous blog
Posted on July 25, 2007 at 5:58 AM

Chop spring onions or red onions. You can use both. Chop preserved bamboo shoot and mushrooms. 164 more words

Food

Salt: Magic in the Kitchen Part III

Salt: noun \ˈsȯlt\an ingredient that gives savor, piquancy, or zest.
Merriam Webster

Salt is an essential ingredient in the kitchen.  No cook or chef should be without it, even if you are on a ‘salt free’ diet you will need a modicum of it somehow incorporated into your diet.  1,029 more words

Bread