RedDog wrote:It looks like Isaac will take a nice turn in your favour.
Also no apparent repairs will be required at the condo in Cocoa Beach. With the new job situation I'm intending to be down in March for baseball.
RedDog wrote:I mentioned the Aunt Jemima Scrambles to Kate. I get the Sausage and Egg at Walmart. Also has seasoned potatoes, peppers, onions and cheese. Excellent product. Outstanding breakfast in a couple minutes and only a couple bucks.
(To be clear: a disastrous strike on New Orleans is only one among many scenarios that could occur. Mobile, Pensacola, Panama City — you are all still in play. Heck, if the GFS’s westward drift continues, it’s conceivable that points in central or western Louisiana could end up being in play too. My focus on New Orleans doesn’t imply that New Orleans is the likeliest landfall spot, but only that it’d be the most catastrophic by far, and thus warrants a great deal of attention.)
backhoe wrote:360086 Views. Thuty-six, eighty-six... and double-ought in between. All I can say is "thank you" for following this old poet & pirate and puppet & Prince on his last journey. It's sure been a strange one.
In other news I had what was possibly the worst breaking of fast I've had in recent memory. Last time I was at Winn-Dixie and rummaged through their breakfast selections in frozen goods I saw a New Thing- Jimmy Dean's Quesadilla. Flat bread, sausage, egg, and cheese.
It sure looked good on the package. I heated one ( You get two, just in case you are fool enough to want to duplicate the experience... ) according to directions, pried it out- and got something you had trouble cutting with a knife, let alone taking a bite out of...
I even tried smearing it with butter to lubricate & soften it a bit... and it was still akin to munching on shoe leather. After a few experimental gnaws of this scone-like concoction I pulled it open and salvaged a few bites of sausage & egg out of it. Smeared more butter on the flatbread and had a few bites of that. The rest went down the maw of the garbage disposal... and I have one left! Yum, yum...
Edward Kennedy wrote:
If you want a nourishing filling cheap meal try tuna with mayonnaise, on Portuguese Pada bread and a red onion washed down with grapefruit juice and for dessert honey on Pada bread with milk to wash that down.
After that I am good for 6 hours work.
Edward Kennedy wrote:I can eat half a loaf of Pada with lots of butter, and comb honey on it, washed down with a quart of milk and that is also a meal in itself by itself.
New Orleans is a hellhole, and maybe that is where it is destined to go if the storm hits the bullseye.
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