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spartan

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Nov 21, 2012
 
I've noticed that a large percentage of the population likes to put you on speakerphone when you place a call to their cell.I've also noticed that the same percentage of that population will get upset with you if you inadvertently disclose information to a party standing close to that cell.A party who would have never heard the conversation,,,if you hadn't been placed on speakerphone to begin with.So my question is,when a brother decides to put your half of the conversation out on front street,but it blows up in his own face,,,,,whose fault is it really???

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Nov 21, 2012
 
spartan wrote:
I've noticed that a large percentage of the population likes to put you on speakerphone when you place a call to their cell.I've also noticed that the same percentage of that population will get upset with you if you inadvertently disclose information to a party standing close to that cell.A party who would have never heard the conversation,,,if you hadn't been placed on speakerphone to begin with.So my question is,when a brother decides to put your half of the conversation out on front street,but it blows up in his own face,,,,,whose fault is it really???
His. Not yours. If I'm tired of holding the phone up to my ear, I plug in my earphones. Most of the smart phones come with a set or you can find a cheap Bluetooth for around $20. If you put the speakerphone on and something you don't want gets aired out, unless you told the other party prior what you were going to do, how can you blame them for airing out when they didn't know?
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Nov 21, 2012
 
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His. Not yours. If I'm tired of holding the phone up to my ear, I plug in my earphones. Most of the smart phones come with a set or you can find a cheap Bluetooth for around $20. If you put the speakerphone on and something you don't want gets aired out, unless you told the other party prior what you were going to do, how can you blame them for airing out when they didn't know?
Good morning kiddo.And thanks for the support.I happen to agree with you one-hundred percent.It's really mind-blowing though,how many guys lie to their ol' ladies about frivilous stuff that's not even worth lying about,,,but never let that cross their mind when they so eagerly and laughingly put you on speaker,and get tore down like "you're" to blame when you either solicit or offer details about the wrong,person,place or thing.Either way,have a good day kiddo.Hope you and your family have a good holiday season.Can't do that without corn-bead dressing I don't believe.What's your take on that?

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Nov 21, 2012
 
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<quoted text>Good morning kiddo.And thanks for the support.I happen to agree with you one-hundred percent.It's really mind-blowing though,how many guys lie to their ol' ladies about frivilous stuff that's not even worth lying about,,,but never let that cross their mind when they so eagerly and laughingly put you on speaker,and get tore down like "you're" to blame when you either solicit or offer details about the wrong,person,place or thing.Either way,have a good day kiddo.Hope you and your family have a good holiday season.Can't do that without corn-bead dressing I don't believe.What's your take on that?
Mmmm homemade!! Yes sir that goes without saying! This year I got a 32lb bird and a 10lb ham and I make ALL the trimmings and fixins from scratch. The dressing, fried corn , greenbeans with new potatoes, homemade Mac n cheese, even down to the rolls. I make from scratch my pumpkin, chocolate and pecan pies as well. That's the only way to do it. I love to cook and I love sharing my cookin with great family and friends! I love the holidays. Anyway my friend, I hope you and your family have a great thanksgiving tomoro! And have yourself a great day today!:)
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Nov 21, 2012
 
Princess1_ Since u make all ur trimmings and fixins from scratch. Do you have an intake on Brocoli and cheese caserol. My husband and I just got married in sept. and both our familys are only about there selfs. so they will not be joining us for Thanksgiving this year. So for the first time I will be cooking for my husband and my two young children. And that caserol is what my husband is requesting. Im thinking its only brocoli and cheese baked in oven but im clueless. And he wants green bean caserol. I have no idea. lol...
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Nov 21, 2012
 
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Princess1_ Since u make all ur trimmings and fixins from scratch. Do you have an intake on Brocoli and cheese caserol. My husband and I just got married in sept. and both our familys are only about there selfs. so they will not be joining us for Thanksgiving this year. So for the first time I will be cooking for my husband and my two young children. And that caserol is what my husband is requesting. Im thinking its only brocoli and cheese baked in oven but im clueless. And he wants green bean caserol. I have no idea. lol...
The first thing you gotta do is determine whether he likes his broccoli crunchier or cooked and/or cut down to where it's not quite so crispy to the bite.Once you get the broccoli cooked to almost the right consistency it's time to add your cheese blend to the pan with the broccoli in it,(cheese blend is actually most critical component of the casserole),and cook down for five or six minutes.Once you have it almost perfect,place it in a pan,liberally cover the top with townhouse or ritz cracker crumbs(optional but I think more guys like the cracker crumbs on green bean and broccoli casseroles than don't),and bake for twelve or fifteen minutes at three-fifty,,,baking the product,fusing the flavors together,and browning the cracker crumbs.I like it that way,,,maybe he will too.Good luck with ya either way,,,and Happy Thanksgiving.
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Nov 21, 2012
 
Thank you for letting me know how to cook the caserol. I will do everything like u said and I will def let u know how he liked it.. Thanks again and Happy Thanksgiving to u and ur family to.

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Nov 21, 2012
 
hello wrote:
Princess1_ Since u make all ur trimmings and fixins from scratch. Do you have an intake on Brocoli and cheese caserol. My husband and I just got married in sept. and both our familys are only about there selfs. so they will not be joining us for Thanksgiving this year. So for the first time I will be cooking for my husband and my two young children. And that caserol is what my husband is requesting. Im thinking its only brocoli and cheese baked in oven but im clueless. And he wants green bean caserol. I have no idea. lol...
Ok so here's how I make my broccoli and cheese casserole. First here's a list of ingredients that you'll need:

Broccoli
Velveeta cheese
Ritz crackers
1 can of cream of mushroom soup

Steam your broccoli until its half cooked. You still want it to be sorta crunchy. I usually steam mine for about 10-15 min. Spray your pan with Pam. Put a layer of broccoli, layer of cream of mushroom, and a layer of cheese. Repeat process until pan is full with cheese being top layer. Then crumble up the ritz crackers and sprinkle on top. Bake in the oven for 30min or until top is golden brown.
~ this recipe is my ex-husbands grandmothers and I have used it for the last 12 yrs to carry on her tradition with this recipe. I hope you enjoy this as much as my family does! HAPPY THANKSGIVING! From my family to yours!
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Nov 21, 2012
 
Wonder how come Thanksgiving isn't as commercialized as Christmas...because it about giving thanks for what you already have...Big Brother could give a care less about that,he want's you to spend,spend,spend on Christmas!!
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Nov 21, 2012
 
Pig Benis wrote:
Wonder how come Thanksgiving isn't as commercialized as Christmas...because it about giving thanks for what you already have...Big Brother could give a care less about that,he want's you to spend,spend,spend on Christmas!!
we have a winner! Tell Piggy what hes won bob! I cook good, my wife tries...god bless her, but learns from me. I make some killer porkchop chilli, tacos, cheesey potatos, however, i cannot bake :( when i pull 12 hour a day shifts she makes good stuffed cheese burgers and chilli fries. Dont forget to add onion to that broccoli casserole! Onion always brings flavor out! God bless

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Nov 21, 2012
 
Pig Benis wrote:
Wonder how come Thanksgiving isn't as commercialized as Christmas...because it about giving thanks for what you already have...Big Brother could give a care less about that,he want's you to spend,spend,spend on Christmas!!
I agree...but look how many stores are open tomorrow? Commercialism at its finest.
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Nov 22, 2012
 
Thank you so much for the broccoli caserol recipe, I took all the ideas to heart, and it turned out buetiful, my husband even said it was way better than his moms, and that's really big to me concidering at 36 he's still a momma's boy. lol.. Happy Thanksgiving to all and your familys to, I will be sure to find you if I need help again.

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Nov 22, 2012
 
Hello wrote:
Thank you so much for the broccoli caserol recipe, I took all the ideas to heart, and it turned out buetiful, my husband even said it was way better than his moms, and that's really big to me concidering at 36 he's still a momma's boy. lol.. Happy Thanksgiving to all and your familys to, I will be sure to find you if I need help again.

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I'm glad he loved it! We love it too and maybe this can be a new family recipe for you to pass down to your children when the time comes and start a new tradition with it.:) I hope you and your family had a great day today! Happy thanksgiving!!! And I'm always here if you need anymore recipes.
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Nov 22, 2012
 
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