How To Cook Microwave Popcorn on the Stove

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My husband I have discussed this because we burn microwave popcorn even when we follow the directions.

Originally posted on Compass & Quill:


Tonight I want to talk to you about a real first world problem: what to do when your microwave is too small or just too crappy to pop a bag of popcorn correctly. The Man and I own a very small microwave. We bought pretty much the smallest, cheapest one we could find, since we knew from the beginning that it would only be used to pop popcorn and heat soup. Yes, I eat a lot of soup.

Unfortunately, soon after buying the microwave, we discovered that though it’s technically big enough to pop a bag of popcorn, as the microwave tray spins, the popcorn bag moves slightly. This causes the bag to get stuck against the wall of the microwave, stay in one place, and either burn the popcorn or just pop about half of the bag. Both of these outcomes make me very angry, but if I had to…

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Different Morals Does NOT Mean Mental Illness

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What she said.

Originally posted on Pride in Madness:

This garbage really needs to stop.

ughHomophobia is not a mental illness. Approving of war is not a mental illness. Homophobia and war can cause mental illness as we have seen with the countless of LGBT individuals who have ended lives and the large number of soldiers who return home experience PTSD.

Saying that homophobia, or having controversial morals, in general, is caused by a mental illness doesn’t hold people or society and it’s systems accountable for the horrible discrimination many people experience.

People are going to be homophobic or pro-war regardless of their mental state! Just because we don’t agree with someones morals or don’t understand them, doesn’t mean that there is something mentally wrong with them! STOP USING MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES AS A SCAPEGOAT! THAT’S DISCIMININATION!

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Tried something a little different and like it :)

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Leonard Nimoy Dies at 83.

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He was one of my first crushes. I would come home from school, lay on the floor in the hall, and watch Star Trek on a little black and white. I still can’t get my fingers into that Live Long and Prosper” peace sign. 


“Leonard Simon Nimoy was born in Boston; his parents were Jewish immigrants from the Ukraine, and the language at home was Yiddish. He developed an interest in acting at an early age, first appearing on stage at 8 in a production of “Hansel and Gretel.” He took drama classes for a while at Boston College, and after leaving home to pursue his career in Hollywood, he landed his first lead role in the 1952 film “Kid Monk Baroni.” Read Article

African American by Mark Vallen

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He looked back,  put his bag on his shoulder, and moved on.vallen_african_american“African American ”
Mark Vallen 2004
Oil on wood panel
11″ x 14″ inches


Music by Canadian Brass: Canon

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Quotable Quote

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Whooo. That’s a good one. Speak it Franz!

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Today’s Quotable Quote is from Franz Kafka:

“Start with what is right rather than what is acceptable.”

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