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Paingod wrote: Mon Jan 11, 2021 9:26 am

What are the normal social standards around dealing with the death of family members you have no connection to?
Be there for the people who have that connection. Follow their lead, and support them in what they need to do.
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Im not finding a definitive answer. Can EBT be used to order food off Amazon? If so how is shipping fees handled?
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Daehawk wrote: Mon Jan 11, 2021 10:34 am Im not finding a definitive answer. Can EBT be used to order food off Amazon? If so how is shipping fees handled?
Yes. Here is Amazon's FAQ. The section on shipping:
Shipping

Can I use SNAP EBT funds to pay for shipping or delivery?
No. USDA requirements prohibit using your SNAP EBT funds to cover shipping or delivery fees. However, it’s possible to earn free shipping by adding enough qualifying items to your order.

If I place an order without using my SNAP EBT card, can I still get free shipping (provided I meet the minimum order size for free shipping)?
Yes. You can order from Amazon without using your SNAP EBT card and still receive free shipping if you spend the minimum amount to qualify for free shipping.

What if I don’t meet the free shipping minimum? Can I still buy my items?
Yes. You can still buy your items but you will be charged a shipping fee.

Do non-SNAP eligible items help me qualify for free shipping?
Yes, both SNAP-eligible and non-SNAP eligible items in your cart will count toward the free shipping minimum regardless of payment method or SNAP eligibility. Please note that free shipping is calculated separately for Amazon Fresh and Amazon Grocery.
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Thank you.

Those uhhh questions seem targeted at the brain dead. Its like those oxygen packets in items that say do not eat.
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Used my stimulus to pay my property tax today. Have enough left over to pay for my car tags in a month or two when that comes due. The Government gave me money and I gave it back to them.
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You Can Now Easily Download All CIA UFO Documents to Date

The Black Vault has released hundreds of public PDFs containing CIA information on UFOs
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Daehawk wrote: Mon Jan 11, 2021 5:07 pm You Can Now Easily Download All CIA UFO Documents to Date

The Black Vault has released hundreds of public PDFs containing CIA information on UFOs
All well and good, but in need of some curation.
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“I felt a great disturbance in the Force, as if millions of voices suddenly cried out in terror and were suddenly silenced.”
—Obi-Wan Kenobi

Always wondered why it was millions and not billions.
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Daehawk wrote: Tue Jan 12, 2021 10:48 am “I felt a great disturbance in the Force, as if millions of voices suddenly cried out in terror and were suddenly silenced.”
—Obi-Wan Kenobi

Always wondered why it was millions and not billions.
A vast majority didn’t even have a chance to cry out in terror.
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I'm not sure Obi-wan had access to accurate census data. He'd been living off the grid for quite some time.
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ImLawBoy wrote: Tue Jan 12, 2021 11:59 am I'm not sure Obi-wan had access to accurate census data. He'd been living off the grid for quite some time.
And the census data specifically excluded Tusken Raiders.
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All of that, plus most on Alderaan had been vaccinated against midichlorians and couldn't project their final thoughts via the Force. The hidden shame of the Jedi Order is that they were anti-vaxxers.
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My late wife's FB account has gotten more friend requests this year already than since I created it in 2013. All of them are people Ive never heard of. They all seem fake. One was all in Arabic.
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I may have to give up reading/watching the news. I can't keep up with all the acronyms.
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I find if you just substitute WTF for all other acronyms it all makes perfect sense.
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Tomorrow is food bank day. Anyone wanna bet against some kinda beans or peanut butter?..No?..Didn't think so.
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I swear dogs like people beds more than people do.
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anyone know about what the osteosarcoma prognosis (lower mandible) in cats is, if bone amputation is performed early enough? asking for a friend.
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1. Again with the buttermilk rant. I grabbed a cheap bottle yesterday and regret it yet again. 2nd worst buttermilk Ive ever had. Tastes like Im drinking milk tainted with baking soda. So many cheap filler ingredients in it...guar gum, tapioca starch. Ugh. I wish I could get real old natural buttermilk or something at least as good as the 70s. Thats my cutoff if I had a choice. Yes I know online sells it. But its waaaay too expensive.

2. Its a freezing fog tonight out. I had to walk my dog in a slight fog. Thanks to the 1980 movie The Fog....real fog at night in the dark gives me the willies...the creeps. Im not scared of it but it does feel eerie. Not once since I saw that dang movie as a kid have I not thought back to it every single fog. Every one. Brrz..gives me shivers and not because its cold.
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hitbyambulance wrote: Tue Jan 12, 2021 7:56 pm anyone know about what the osteosarcoma prognosis (lower mandible) in cats is, if bone amputation is performed early enough? asking for a friend.
In the 21+ years I've been a vet tech all the ones I have seen have had a poor prognosis. Usually amputation wasn't an option. I would recommend finding a veterinary oncologist to see what they recommend since medicine is always changing.
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The best sandwich in every state?...Let us know your thoughts on this people.

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My replacement stove I got last year is broken. I'm having real crappy luck with stoves. :x
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Wind and rain last night. Blew my neighbors fence down. Not the one attached to me thank goodness.
My gate appears to have sustained damage, not sure how much, I need to futz with it.
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Crazy Lady wrote: Wed Jan 13, 2021 9:34 am
hitbyambulance wrote: Tue Jan 12, 2021 7:56 pm anyone know about what the osteosarcoma prognosis (lower mandible) in cats is, if bone amputation is performed early enough? asking for a friend.
In the 21+ years I've been a vet tech all the ones I have seen have had a poor prognosis. Usually amputation wasn't an option. I would recommend finding a veterinary oncologist to see what they recommend since medicine is always changing.
appreciate that, thank you
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Daehawk wrote: Wed Jan 13, 2021 1:43 pm The best sandwich in every state?...Let us know your thoughts on this people.

https://www.foodandwine.com/travel/rest ... very-state
I've heard of Langer's Deli, but not likely to brave downtown LA for a sandwich any time soon.
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Daehawk wrote: Wed Jan 13, 2021 1:43 pm The best sandwich in every state?...Let us know your thoughts on this people.

https://www.foodandwine.com/travel/rest ... very-state
Maine is more than lobster rolls. The best sandwich I've had in this state was at Clayton's Cafe in Yarmouth, ME (easily accessible by 295 if you're heading North). It was a concoction of Thai flavors on sourdough and so good. Clayton's has been visited by more than one celebrity passing through the area, and for good reason. They've got great soups and a home made peanut butter bar that will close your arteries after two bites, but you'll still want to finish it.

A close second is the East Boothbay General Store in East Boothbay, ME. That place has awesome breakfast pizza and sandwiches as well. You've got to be interested in visiting Boothbay to hit this place as it's out of the way - but East Boothbay looks and feels like the authentic coastal village people come to Maine to experience.

I've had the privilege of working within walking distance of both for lunch.
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Daehawk wrote: Wed Jan 13, 2021 1:43 pm The best sandwich in every state?...Let us know your thoughts on this people.

https://www.foodandwine.com/travel/rest ... very-state
I only know the area around me so cant say how the rest of the state is. For me and a sandwich....not a burger.....it would be a small town place called Stadium BBQ. Its a sports / Vols themed joint. Have 2 locations there. The best pork sandwich Ive ever had. Comes dry but not dried out and they make their own in house sauce. With or without it is great. So tender it melts. Not super smoky like trying to eat a tree but just enough that its there.
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I've had the Frenchie at Don & Millie's (the Nebraska entry).

It's pretty good but I dunno if I'd rate it the best in Nebraska.

I pretty much go to Don & Millie's (there's one just a couple blocks from our house) for the Double Don.
The DD is a big, fat, cholesterol- dripping monstrosity of a burger (not Heart Attack Grill or anything like that) that is a very rare, like twice a year, treat.

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If by best they mean popular, then they might very well be right. The Reuben is ubiquitous in Michigan. Blech.
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Daehawk wrote: Wed Jan 13, 2021 1:43 pm The best sandwich in every state?...Let us know your thoughts on this people.

https://www.foodandwine.com/travel/rest ... very-state
Just based on places I've lived:

The Georgia entry is some sort of over-elaborate chicken/cheese/egg/bacon extravagance rather than a legitimate BBQ or Po-boy?

I'm pretty sure Alabama cuisine isn't best known for turkey.

The Mississippi entry is a Po-boy, so OK.

Call me an Ann Arbor snob, but the Michigan entry doesn't mention Zingerman's. I call bullshit.

The notion that the best sandwich in Pennsylvania (let alone Philadelphia) is some kind of south-Philly roast pork thing is just... no.
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New Orleans Po-boys are hard to beat.
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The PA sandwich has to be either a cheesesteak or a Primanti Bro. sandwich from Pittsburgh. I have a fondness for a good hoagie or meatball sub too but cheesesteak and Primanti Bro. are the icons. That roast pork thing they describe is more of a NJ sandwich.

I can almost excuse the GA biscuit thing. They decided to eliminate BBQ from their lists. Georgia isn't known for it's BBQ style but a pulled pork sandwich would have made more sense. I suppose it wouldn't work but the state sandwich is clearly Chick-fil-A (even if it is divisive and not that great).
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dbt1949 wrote: Wed Jan 13, 2021 10:07 pm New Orleans Po-boys are hard to beat.
The site got that one right. A Po-boy is hard to beat but a good muffuletta is heaven. Now I'm hungry!
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I had forgotten about muffulettas but I still prefer the Po-Boys.
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Madmarcus wrote: Wed Jan 13, 2021 11:22 pm
dbt1949 wrote: Wed Jan 13, 2021 10:07 pm New Orleans Po-boys are hard to beat.
The site got that one right. A Po-boy is hard to beat but a good muffuletta is heaven. Now I'm hungry!
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You know how reservations can have casinos and how maritime law extends like 200 miles and such ans space is unregulated. When the day comes where space elevators are common.....how would the laws cover a casino in orbit at the top of a space elevator? Hmmm.
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Anyone remember Jack Nicholson in a 1994 movie named Wolf? It was a kinda silly movie but to this day I remember him looking like Wolverine in it. At the time I thought he would make the best Wolverine if only he was 20 years younger. Now he is way too old. But with that look and Jack's style I could easily have seen him with a cigar in his mouth spouting cutdowns.

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Now that you mention it, I do remember the movie. But, thankfully, don't recall much about it.

I will grant that from that image I could easily see Wolverine.
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Dustin 'Screech' Diamond has stage 4 cancer

Loved Saved By the Bell with my wife but as an adult I never heard anything but trouble about him. Still sad news.

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A rep for the actor says Diamond, 44, will release a statement when a formal diagnosis has been made, but calls the cancer diagnosis "serious" and confirms it is stage four. As testing continues, the actor remains at the hospital and will continue to be there "for awhile."He further explains that Diamond is feeling "fine" today though he was not doing so great when he was admitted to the hospital. "He was fading in and out, feeling sleepy and tired. On top of all this he also has shingles, so he's been in a lot of pain." Another rep for the actor told EW that Diamond's medical problems began with "a huge lump on his throat."
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