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How very much I've tried my best to give you a good life. But in spite of all of my trying a handful of our people, with their lies, have made our lives impossible. There's no way to detach ourselves from what's happened today.

Not only are we in a compound situation, not only are there those who have left and committed the betrayal of the century, some have stolen children from others, and they are in pursuit right now to kill them because they stole their children. And we are sitting here waiting on a powder keg.

I don't think it is what we want to do with our babies--I don't think that's what we had in mind to do with our babies. It is said by the greatest of prophets from time immemorial: "No man may take my life from me; I lay my life down." So to sit here and wait for the catastrophe that's going to happen on that airplane--it's going to be a catastrophe. It almost happened here. Almost happened when the congressman was nearly killed here. You can't steal people's children. You can't take off with people's children without expecting a violent reaction. And that's not so unfamiliar to us either--even if we were Judeo-Christian--if we weren't Communists. The world (inaudible) suffers violence, and the violent shall take it by force. If we can't live in peace, then lxe Edition)

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"Holiday" is track #9 on the album Weezer (Deluxe Edition). It was written by Gibb, Robin Hugh / Gibb, Barry Alan.
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Let's go away for a while
You and I, to a strange and distant land
Where they speak no word of truth
But we don't understand, anyway

Holiday, far away, to stay
On a holiday, far away
Let's go today
In a heartbeat

Heartbeat, heartbeat

Don't bother to pack your bags or your map
We won't need them where we're goin'
We're goin' where the wind is blowin'
Not knowin' where we're gonna stay

Holiday, far away, to stay
On a holiday, far away, to stay
On a holiday, far away
Let's go today
In a heartbeat

Heartbeat, heartbeat
Heartbeat, heartbeat

We write a postcard to our friends
And family in free verse
We will write a postcard to our friends
And family in free verse
(On the road with Kerouac)
We will write a postcard to our friends
(Sheltered in his Bivouac)
And family in free verse
(On this road we'll never die)

Heartbeat, heartbeat

Let's go away for a while
You and I, to a strange and distant land
Where they speak no word of truth
But we don't understand anyway

Holiday, far away, to stay
On a holiday, far away, to stay
On a holiday, far away
(Let's go away)
To stay, on a holiday, far away
(Let's go away, let's go away)
To stay in a heartbeat
(Let's go away)

Read more: Weezer - Holiday Lyrics | MetroLyrics et's die in peace. (Applause.)

We've been so betrayed. We have been so terribly betrayed. (Music and singing) But we've tried and as (inaudible) ... if this only works one day it was worthwhile. (Applause.) Thank you.

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Adrienne in Reisterstown's Note:
Absolutely crazy insane delicious. I didn't bother with making a pie crust. A Pillsbury fresh frozen one worked just fine. The Mojo sauce had mixed reviews in the family. I didn't care for it but the hubby thought it was ok and the daughter liked it. In addition, I used a pulled pork from a tub that had a very light, mild and sweet bbq sauce to it. I also used a bit more swiss cheese -- ok we like cheese. We didn't bother with the tomato and pickle decoration either. It smelled so good and look so good coming out of the oven there was no time for that. Enjoy! It's awesome!

Ingredients:

Serves: 6-8Yield:
1.0
pie Units: US | Metric
Pie Crust Ingredients
3 cups all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon salt
1 1/4 cups shortening
8 -10 teaspoons cold water
Sofrito Ingredients
1/2 cup yellow onion, diced
1/2 cup green bell pepper, diced
1/4 cup garlic, minced, plus
1 tablespoon garlic
1/2 cup roma tomato, diced
Cuban Pie Ingredients
8 ounces swiss cheese, shredded
7 ounces barbecued pork, bbq style pulled pork
5 ounces deli ham, sliced
1/2 cup heavy cream
4 tablespoons mustard, your preference
4 tablespoons parmesan cheese, freshly shredded or grated
2 dill pickles, thin sliced
1 tomato, thin sliced
Mojo Sour cream (Alla Munee) Ingredients
1 1/2 cups sour cream
1 tablespoon garlic, minced
4 tablespoons lime juice
4 tablespoons orange juice
1 teaspoon dried oregano
Directions:

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Mojo Sour cream (Alla Munee) Directions:.
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Mix in bowl and refrigerate for 1 hour.
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Cuban Pie Crust Directions:
4
Sift together flour and salt into medium bowl.
5
Gently blend shortening into flour until mixture is crumbly.
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Stir in just enough cold water to keep it all together.
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Knead or process until smooth ball is formed, as little work as possible.
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Roll in a ball and refrigerate for 1 hour.
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Remove, divide into 2 equal balls and roll out to 9-inches.
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Preheat oven to 450 degrees F.
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Drape crust into pie tin, poke with a fork and cover with waxed paper.
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Fill bottom with dried beans and bake pie shell for 10 minutes or until crust lightly browns.
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Remove and cool before filling.
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Sofrito Directions:.
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Add oil to a medium saute pan over medium heat. Add onions, peppers, and garlic, cook until translucent, but do not brown.
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Add tomatoes, cook for 3 to 5 minutes.
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Remove pan from heat and hold to add to pork.
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Pie Filling Directions:
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Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
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Add 2 ounces of the Swiss cheese to pre-cooked pie shell, add pulled pork on top of Swiss cheese.
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Top pulled pork with sofrito mixture.
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Add remaining Swiss on top of pork.
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Lay sliced ham on top of Swiss cheese.
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Mix together the heavy cream and mustard and pour on top of ham and then top with Parmesan.
25
Add pie crust to top, wrap aluminum foil around edges of pie crust, and bake for 25 minutes.
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Remove pie from oven, let cool and set for 5 minutes.
27
Add sliced pickles to the center of the pie, starting at the center and fanning the pickles in the middle.
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Add sliced tomatoes to the outside ring of the edge of the pie, overlapping the pickles in the center.
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Cut pie and serve with dollop of Mojo Sour cream.

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The End of Iraq. TIME’s new cover on the disaster rippling in the Middle East

But not that US/NATO military-imperialism had anything to do with “The End of Iraq” or anything. /eye-roll.

"The end of Iraq".

My god, how sensationalist and presumptuous does one have to be to claim such an awful and heartless statement? Casually stating the demise of a nation? Its as if there aren’t people and homes and villages and actual valuable life at stake if that were to ever happen.

American publications treat other countries and lives with absolutely no consideration or empathy (for political issues that this country is more than partly responsible for) and have to gall to wonder why the US is resented across the globe.

Iraq is home to the world’s oldest documented civilization and through much political turmoil has managed to survive, time and time again. Iraqis survived the Ba’athist regime, the Gulf War, deadly sanctions of the Clinton era and one of the most destructive military occupations in near history, thanks to your precious painting ex-president, George Dubya. They survived the horrors of the past and Iraq will also claim victorious to this.

If you want to report on ISIS, please go for it, as it needs to be done. Their crimes are despicable and I’m in no way trying to state otherwise. But this is not the way. Tagging some overstimulating (and not to mention, horrendously disingenuous) headline with an inevitably warped and disattached article to sell magazines is not the way. Have a fucking heart and some dignity. I know the main objective of TIME is to flip a profit primarily and proving respect secondary, but you don’t have to be this reprehensible to do it.

I’m just here for the ritual pummeling of TIME Magazine, cosign on all.

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unusual co-stars: peanut butter, grape jelly, onions, and a fried egg

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One-Eyed Jack’s, located next to the Plaza Bowl bowling alley, offers a full cocktail bar with Happy Hour, an enclosed beer garden, a fun atmosphere and tasty food – all the elements needed for pleasing a crowd.

When it comes to their menu, burgers are the name of the game at One-Eyed Jack’s. One of the burgers they are known for is the Kackleburger. The name sounds weird, but the burger has a taste second to none with unusual co-stars: peanut butter, grape jelly, onions, and a fried egg on a 5-ounce burger in between two buns. It will leave your mouth watering and your senses in shock.

Strangely enough, the toppings on the Kackleburger are the perfect combination, according to a Weekender review of “The weird burgers of Sioux City.” The yolk-y egg provides moisture to the grilled meat while the grape jelly infuses the necessary sweet note to a salty peanut butter.

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SIOUX CITY | A Sioux City man has pleaded not guilty to having sex with an underage girl.

Joshua Case, 31, filed his written plea Wednesday in Woodbury County District Court to eight counts of third-degree sexual abuse and two counts of exploitation of a minor. A trial date has yet to be set.

Police have said Case knew the teenage victim through their shared involvement in community theatrical productions in Sioux City.

According to court documents, the girl reported in May that she met Case in March 2013 and had sex with him approximately 20 times. Case is charged with having sexual contact with the girl, who was 14 or 15, from April 1, 2013, through Dec. 31. The charges also indicate that Case possessed video or photos of a minor engaging in a sex act. -- Nick Hytrek

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Some films are just meant to be followed by dinner. Add “Chef” to the list.

A mouth-watering look at food, it features so many tantalizing dishes you’ll want to eat anything a chef puts in front of you. But when it tries to tell a story, you’ll be as interested as waitress who has to repeat the specials 25 times a day.

Between food porn shots, we find Jon Favreau as a petulant chef who explodes when he gets a bad review from an online critic. Forced to cook what works, he feels hampered creatively (no kidding) and begins a rant that winds up on YouTube. That spells the end of his high-end career and the start of finding himself – as a father and a chef.

Through some odd plot twists, he gets a food truck in Miami and begins a trek across the country, earning praise along the way. With John Leguizamo and Emjay Anthony (as his son), he cooks up a storm, finds peace and, supposedly, prosperity making Cuban sandwiches.

There are plenty of cameos (by Dustin Hoffman, Scarlett Johansson, Oliver Platt and Robert Downey Jr.) but they’re merely devices to push this concept to the serving line. Hoffman is the restaurant owner who stifles Favreau’s creativity. Johansson is the hostess who may-or-may-not be a love interest. Platt is the critic and Downey is the ex-wife’s ex-husband who sets him up with the food truck. With better writing none of the roles would be necessary.

But Favreau – who wrote and directed the film – uses his friends to boost the star quotient and get patrons to his table. It’s a nifty show of force but it doesn’t help “Chef” one bit.

Even stranger, Sofia Vergara plays Favreau’s ex-wife, a wealthy woman who manages to get work in Miami, thus prompting the trip to get the truck. She’s low-key, gorgeous and totally out of his league. Why they divorced is anyone’s guess, particularly since she seems to have unlimited wealth (and an ability to withstand any storm).

Like Adam Sandler, Favreau is at that point where he can cast himself opposite the most beautiful women in the world and we’re not supposed to know why. Consider it a perk of success.

Once the concept takes hold, “Chef” becomes a moveable feast, showing father and son eating in New Orleans, enjoying music in Austin and cooking in Miami.

The kid is so savvy at Twitter, he manages to drum up business where there isn’t any.

Favreau could have used this to comment on social media (and the effect it has on dozens of businesses) but he stops short, letting the communications methods play a Dustin Hoffman-level role.

Anthony is a cute – but silent – kid. Leguizamo is the spice that “Chef” sorely needs.

While it’s fun to watch the meals spill out, much of the story is filled with hollow calories.

“Chef” could be a tasty treat – like “Big Night.” Instead, it’s a hint of better things to come. Like dinner.

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