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The package does not say Eclipse 5 software on it. However, new keys came with it so I just assumed that's what it is. I am affraid do load it up because of all the problems people have been…Continue
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One of the firms I work for is requiring everyone get E & O insurance. I should have it anyway. I need some suggestions on where to get it. What plans are out there? Continue
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Which machine do you like best? I purchased the Passport about eight months ago and just hated it. I could not get one with that machine for the life of me. I would hit keys and other keys would…Continue
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I was just wondering how work is for everyone. I am usually pretty busy with four consistent days a week. However, this week I only was able to get one job. Everything else canceled on me. I seem…Continue
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So, it's been a year ... how was it?
I am an Eclipse scopist - I saw recently that you were looking for a backup scopist. My website is www.markhepworth.com. Thanks!
I think we were ...! What most likely happened is that you had to recreate your account, and lost a few friends along the way!
So ... are you going to try that chili recipe? :o) If so, try not to go over one pound of stew meat for the BQ variation. Too much, and you don't get that smokey BBQ flavor in the meat.
Glad you liked the recipe!
I have three more: One for what I call "The Cheap and Sleazy Peach Iced Tea," another for "The Cheap and Sleazy Mocha" (skip to the part with the ice cream!), and one more linked from the chili article that shows you how to cook rice in your crock pot. I call that one, "Rice, Rice Baby."
I may have to buy myself another crock pot ....!
Kelli, if you have a crock pot, you can look like you know how to cook, without actually being able to! Just make up a batch of my Cheap and Sleazy Chili:
With some judicious shopping, you can get all the ingredients for about $10.00.
I am working on a variation where you just cook the meat, the spices, and a half a cup of your favorite BBQ sauce (I use Sweet Baby Ray's Honey Chipotle flavor) for an hour or so on high, then add everything else in and cook it on low for 8 hours (4 on high).
If done correctly, your house will smell like you know what you're doing in the kitchen! :o)
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