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Chicken Soup

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MarblesMom

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So, I got my carrots, celery and onions in some buttah and olive oil.  Added poached chicken thighs.  Some spices, you know, the garlic, the oregano, the thyme and some kosher salt and some broth.  

Man, this was good.

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catlady

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i make it pretty much the same way.  sometimes i boil a turkey carcass to get the meat and broth, then pressure can or freeze a couple gallons.  a pint of canned soup is the easiest work lunch ever!

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    • justwatching

      Posted

      This was on GMA this morning!  A "pool attendant" was mentioned.  I'll bet Giancarlo wishes he's never met these scumbags.

      Anyway, on the night in question, Jerry is shit-faced drunk and (this is a classic) face plants into a trash can with resulting cuts and contusions across his nose and above both eyes.   He calls Becki "at church" at 11 PM (not AM!) She gets home, has to break into the house (who the hell doesn't have a house key?)  and calls 911, and then isn't forthcoming with information.  

      Facts:

      • Jerry is shit-faced drunk
      • Jerry face planted into a trash can, and this was verified by the presence of blood in the area of the trash can
      Everything else, who knows? 

      • Was Becki really "at church" at 11 o'clock at night?   
      • How did she get locked out of her house? 
      • Were they fighting and Jerry locked her out?
      • Are they actually living separately now, and Becki didn't have a key to the house where Jerry is living and had to break in to help him?
       So. Many. Questions. 

      Also from the article linked by [mention=19762]clueliss[/mention]: 

      [Liberty Univ] requires students to submit to random breath, blood and urine tests to enforce the [alcohol] ban.

       

      I had the exact same thoughts. No way was she at church at 11pm. I agree that he probably locked her out.

       

      That dispatch log is very telling. Wow.

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    • hoipolloi

      Posted

      In case you needed a deep-dive, big picture account of Falwell Jr's zipper, the WaPo just published this article:

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      For 2½ years, Giancarlo Granda had been telling his family about the generosity of his business partners. The wealthy couple from out of town had taken him under their wing, he said, rewarding the Miami pool attendant’s ambition with a stake in a multimillion-dollar real estate project. Now he wanted them to meet.

      In a trendy Italian restaurant inside the South Beach property where he’d become a part owner, Granda introduced his parents and sister to his unlikely benefactors: Jerry and Becki Falwell.

       

       

    • OHFL2009

      Posted

      Just kidding. TD22 will likely become Beta, because Alpha formed off the coast of Portugal (?!) this afternoon. I guess 2020 is really going all out in terms of number of storms. Let's hope they stay week and far from land.

    • Howl

      Posted (edited)

      This was on GMA this morning!  A "pool attendant" was mentioned.  I'll bet Giancarlo wishes he's never met these scumbags.

      Anyway, on the night in question, Jerry is shit-faced drunk and (this is a classic) face plants into a trash can with resulting cuts and contusions across his nose and above both eyes.   He calls Becki "at church" at 11 PM (not AM!) She gets home, has to break into the house (who the hell doesn't have a house key?)  and calls 911, and then isn't forthcoming with information.  

      Facts:

      • Jerry is shit-faced drunk
      • Jerry face planted into a trash can, and this was verified by the presence of blood in the area of the trash can

      Everything else, who knows? 

      • Was Becki really "at church" at 11 o'clock at night?   
      • How did she get locked out of her house? 
      • Were they fighting and Jerry locked her out?
      • Are they actually living separately now, and Becki didn't have a key to the house where Jerry is living and had to break in to help him?

       So. Many. Questions. 

      Also from the article linked by @clueliss

      Quote

      [Liberty Univ] requires students to submit to random breath, blood and urine tests to enforce the [alcohol] ban.

      Jerry and Becki are being exposed for the hypocrites they are, and it can't be a moment too son. 

      Edited by Howl
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    • LillyP

      Posted

      14 hours ago, metheglyn said:

      Essentially, beliefs aside, even if they aren't morally opposed to drinking that doesn't necessarily mean they *want* to drink. I do have anti-drinking extended family members, but my own parents were the wine at dinner, margaritas for socializing kinds of drinkers, etc., yet I rarely drink at all.
       

      My husband doesn't drink because he grew up with a crazy extended family who are all basically functioning alcoholics, but closer to home his stepdad was an alcoholic and ruined his career and almost their family. He just recognized from an early age he didn't have any interest in it, but he also never really saw people drinking responsibly. I think he's always just had the fear that he didn't want to put himself in a position to follow down that road. That's not to say he hasn't and definitely had his fare share of trying it out in high school and college but just decided it wasn't for him. He's super career driven and very successful in an industry that is pretty rampant with alcohol and partying - and not drinking I think has played a huge part in the jobs he's been able to have. I don't drink with/around him, but do occasionally with friends socially. I have zero problems with alcohol and grew up with it being a normal things and parents who drank responsibly/socially.

      That being said, literally ALL our friends and family drink and it's a non issue. We have no problems with it and are always around alcohol - we had a full open bar at our wedding to be good hosts because for us my husband not drinking isn't due to anything other than his own desire not to.

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