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Rant of the Week: Rachel Maddow – The Dark Days Are Here

Since the Republican held Senate refused to remove Trump from office, Republican senators, like Maine’s Susan Collins, insisted he had learned a lesson. Yes, the narcissistic psychotic “learned his lesson” alright just not the one that Republicans thought he would. Trump has no gone a rampage of pardoning and firings. On Friday, MSNBC host Rachel …

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Palindrome Day 02.02.2020

This is a really rare palindrome for dates that has not occurred in over 900 years A palindrome is any sequence, phrase or word that reads the same backward as forward. And 02/02/2020 is considered a “universal palindrome” because it reads the same whether written as “Month/Day/Year” as the United States does, or “Day/Month/Year” as …

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Rant of the Week: Bill Maher – New Rule: Big Show with Crazy Maniac

On Friday night’s segment of Bill Maher’s “Real Time” on HBO, He asks the serious question, what will we do if Trump loses the 2020 election and refuses to relinquish the White House. Damn good question. Warning language is not suitable for family viewing

The Ghosts of Christmas Eve

It ain’t Dickens. Narrated by Ossie Davis with the music of the Trans Siberian Orchestra. The Ghosts of Christmas Eve In this room where shadows live And ghosts that failed learn time forgives Welcome, friends, please stay awhile Our story starts with one small child Who spends this night in attics dark Where dreams are …

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What’s Cooking: Crème Brûlée French Toast

Here’s something special for Christmas morning breakfast or brunch, Crème Brûlée French Toast, that can be prepared the night before and tossed in the oven with a pan of bacon at the same time.

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Winter Solstice: Return of the Sun

The shortest day, the longest night, for those of us who reside in the Northern climes Winter Solstice is here. Last night at 11:19 PM ET the sun reached is most Southern destiny and touched for but a moment, the Tropic of Capricorn and immediately reverses her course. It is the astronomical event that marks …

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Visions of Sugarplums Dance in Their Heads

This is one of my favorite for the Holidays to bake for family and friends. Republished from 12/11/2011 from the What’s Cooking Archives at The Stars Hollow Gazette In Autumn, the appearance in grocery stores of stacks of candied fruit and mountains of nuts in all their wonderful variety is a sure sign of the …

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What’s Cooking: Turkey Technology

If you’re an experienced cook or one who looks at the kitchen as a foreign country and are preparing a turkey on for Thanksgiving, or any time for that matter, our hero is Alton Brown and his absolutely fool proof method for roasting a turkey is here. No basting required which leaves you time for …

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Rant of the Week: Seth Myers – Trump’s Horror Movie

Late Night host Seth Meyers takes a closer look at the House preparing for a formal vote to authorize the impeachment inquiry into President Trump and Republicans comparing their situation to “a horror movie.”

Samhain: The Thinning Of The Veil

Samhain is one of the eight festivals of the Wiccan/Pagan Wheel of the Years that is celebrated as the new year with the final harvest of the season. It is considered by most practitioners of the craft to be the most important of the eight Sabats and one of the four fire festivals, Imbolc, Beltane …

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Rant of the Week: Stephen Colbert – A Few Of Their Favorite Things

Stephen Colbert, the host of CBS’ “The Late Show,” took some of the Democratic candidates for the 2020 presidential nomination to task over their answers to 18 questions that were posed to them during a recent New York Times interview. Stephen took special exception to their answers about comfort food and their choice of heroes.

Summer Solstice 2019

Summer arrived this morning on the East Coast at 11:54 AM when the Sun reached the Tropic of Cancer. People living there would have seen the sun pass directly overhead at Noon. The Solstice is the 24 hour period during the year when the most daylight hits the Northern Hemisphere. The Sun’ angle relative to …

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