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Old 14-03-2013, 11:09 PM posted to
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On 3/14/2013 12:00 PM, Sqwertz wrote:
On Thu, 14 Mar 2013 11:43:16 -0400, Warren wrote:

On 3/5/2013 9:52 AM, Dan Logcher wrote:
Sqwertz wrote:

BTW, Dan - if you're on Facebook there's a halfway decent cooking
group there with some old faces you'd recognize.

Just requested to join..

And the exodus from Usenet continues. While I'm half kidding, it's too
bad that Usenet continues to die a slow death. I've been using it for
over 25 years and while I'm happy to still participate, I hate to see
services like facebook taking over the world.

BTW, Dan, I tend to make my own spice mixes by throwing a bunch of stuff
together. Next time I make it, I'll measure and re-post what was
successful for me.

The Usenet version of has been in a downhill spiral
for 15-20 years. In the case of Facebook, while the ever-changing
interface sucks, people are much more well-behaved since the accounts
are (usually) tied to real friends and family and whatnot. People are
less likely to be assholes, trolls, and spammers - whcih is what
tirned a lot of people off of Usenet.

This is NOT an endorsement for Facebook, just observation.

ObAsianFood: I'm pretty proud of last week's home made pot stickers:

Sautéed bok choy (garlic, oyster sauce, chicken stock)

Com Thit Nuong (Grilled marinated pork over rice with pineapple nuoc

(Facebook also makes it easier to post pictures - still not an
endorsement! :-)


while in some cases that is true, I've got about 10 fake facebook
accounts and keep creating new ones. It's just as much a troll-fest as
it's always been, the difference is that you can lock down what you see
better than Usenet.

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