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turbo kid was pretty awesome for a terrible movie.

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What is this? Feng shui coin? I Ching token? Legit old currency? The internet has not been helpful.
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Nada Thai in centerville. New favorite place.

today's apple cobbler used maple syrup instead of honey, granny smith apples, and dried milk powder + water instead of milk.

i but it's still awesome.

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screw this company for making this horrible horrible game.  i paid 5 bucks for the game and i'd pay 10 to have the memory of it removed from my life... except then i might buy it again....  damn you, irony!

one person draws on the wii u game pad and the other players guess at what they are drawing, multiple choice style.  but the wii u gamepad interface doesn't work half the time.  can't draw a damned thing... and when you are able to draw, there's no point in playing because the multiple choice is comprised of the item you are drawing plus 5 other items from that category.... one of which will inevitably also be the one you are drawing.  two of the same thing in the choices?  well that's the answer.  why draw at all?  

also, this is 2015.  why is your game design done in microsoft paint?  did clippy design this?

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#sketchwars   #wildcardstudios  #dieinafire

Making these for Miles' German class.

Old German Honey Cookies

Recipe By:Darlene
"I got this recipe from my grandmother who got it from her grandmother. She had to translate it and then figure out measurements. The original recipe called for "enough flour to make a dough". Thankfully grandma knew what kind of dough."
Ingredients
1 cup white sugar
1 cup shortening
1 cup honey
2 eggs
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 teaspoon baking soda
4 cups all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon ground ginger

Directions
In a saucepan over low heat, melt together sugar, shortening and honey. Let cool.Mix together eggs, vanilla, baking soda and ginger. Gradually add to cooled honey mixture.Slowly add 4 cups of flour to mixture. Stir until well blended. Drop by teaspoonfuls onto cookie sheets about 2 inches apart. Bake at 350 degrees F (180 degrees C) until golden (about 12-15 minutes).

I went off script, though. I left out the ground ginger and, instead, substituted part of the sugar with Prince of Peace Honey Ginger Crystals. Also, i may have used some of project madagascar before it was actually read but.. shrug... "Release The Kraken!" That's what I say.

The end result is good. Not my thing. They taste strongly of honey, of course, which is not my favorite thing. If you like honey, though, you'd probably really like these. 
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