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    dcSaute replied to the thread I'm So Old That I Remember....
    actually, not really. I kept it for many years thinking it had value - took it in to a repair shop for an overhaul - the guy advised me...
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    dcSaute replied to the thread Windows 11.
    one reason Windows is so 'bloated' . . . all the 'old stuff' is still there. this will cause W11 to use the old right-click menu...
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    dcSaute replied to the thread I'm So Old That I Remember....
    I found an Oliver in an attic - got it "working" - but it was quite impractical. the neat thing: the platen / carriage shifted in and...
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    the plastic tapes and their adhesives could be problematic . . . not the glue itself. but the real problem is corrugated liner (the...
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    dcSaute replied to the thread Consistency??.
    wine aside, I'd bet very very few people here have not experienced the 'it tastes better the next day!' thing . . . there are dishes -...
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    dunno. but somebody took a bite out the sun for Monday's lunch . . .
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    I use the whisk - slightly softened butter. just keep on cranking. 'pooled' on the bottom is veddy indicative of something else wrong . . .
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    dcSaute replied to the thread I am a human!.
    you'll want to purchase a VPN "subscription" - because the software I mentioned is not a VPN, it just "lies" about your IP address...
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    dcSaute replied to the thread I am a human!.
    VPN = Virtual Private Network signals from your computer - the usual wireless connections - are "encrypted" so only your computer and...
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    dcSaute replied to the thread PEI Mussels vs. well, Mussels.
    in big broad brush strokes . . . shell fish from colder water tend to be plumper, tastier. and yes - they're more expensive that local...
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    uhmm, it appears there's two separate topics . . . "shelf stable" refers to stuff that is normally refrigerated, but thru...
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    post covid and up until recently, our Giant's supply of half&half, light cream and heavy cream was spotty to non-existent. I could not...
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    dcSaute replied to the thread Baking Sheet Recommendation.
    if one reads the info / instructions on such products, one will see statements like "good for up to xxx degrees" putting a 450 degree...
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    dcSaute replied to the thread I am a human!.
    celebrate the technology - and gird your loins..... web sites can and do read/capture your IP address. this is a good and a bad thing...
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