Have you boys read Cormac McCarthy's "The Road"?
Give it a go....quick read, very well written, unique style,
disturbing for many reasons.....might put you off your feed for a few
Charlie, learning Yorkshire
Yep. One of those time warp books. Took me days to recover from loss
of sleep. Still haunts me. Waiting for DVD release, though i'm sure
it can't match the mental carpet the book caused. Thought that about
jackson's LOTR trilogy also before witnessing it. Fooled me
Are your UR figures effed with like those here? Given the wonders of
modern and creative data collation and the fact that many are severely
underemployed or have given up or are dropped from the benefit rolls,
our rate is roughly half the actual unemployment rate.
Any happy talk about recovery is simply bullshit. Some americans have
a little brass left in their pockets... not to worry, they will soon
be relieved of the burden.
Charlie, noticing more backyard gardens being readied this year and
thinkin' young cider might be a viable BM commodity
For sure. You should be able to do this for next to nothing, given
beggin' borrowin' and whatnot.
I've given up on the homemade hooch, given my propensity towards,
uh...drunkenness.... and don't need lots of really bad hooch, my
experience, on hand. I'll save my occasional bender for better than I
can brew and be satisfied with that.
But, I'm still experimenting with fermentation in that we have started
baking with home started sourdough and are really getting into it.
Have turned some really good loaves of rye and regular sourdough and
am going to start a sponge tonite for tomorrow.
We also have been fermenting, for years, milk....yogurt and keifer,
though concerning the keifer, one of these times I am going to have to
go the proper route and get grains instead of simply using whole
keifer to make more.
Enjoy your winter, I am sick of mine, which will not go away.
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