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At what point does the good offset the bad? All three had shining
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of both.

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As do we all.

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At what point does the good offset the bad? All three had shining
examples of both.

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As do we all.

Boli


It's all by degree.



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Degree of opportunity perhaps?? I'm sure I could have done at least a
*few* more things I should not have, given the status and opportunity. And
a few more good things as well.

Boli


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Wayne wrote:

What I object to more than anything else are those who have put them on
pedestals and think they could do no wrong. WRONG!


So your most strenuous objection is to the "audience" rather than the
central characters? That's the way I feel about Emeril Live.

ObFood: Lin made Hubert Keller's roast chicken with sage, rosemary,
parsnips, garlic, and fennel. WOW! It turned out very, very well. The recipe
can be seen at http://www.hubertkeller.com/recipes/207_2.pdf, but it's
missing a step which was shown on the TV program: Just before serving, the
recipe tells you to stick rosemary sprigs into the top of the chicken. On
TV, Keller set the rosemary on fire and said that you're supposed to carry
the flame-topped chicken through the dining room to the table for serving.

Bob

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Wayne Boatwright wrote:
On Wed 26 Aug 2009 10:17:03p, Bob Terwilliger told us...

Wayne wrote:

What I object to more than anything else are those who have put them on
pedestals and think they could do no wrong. WRONG!

So your most strenuous objection is to the "audience" rather than the
central characters? That's the way I feel about Emeril Live.


In a word yes. Worse yet are those who damned them while alive and praise
them when dead.


Thats why whatever I thought when they were alive doesn't change when
they die. The bad stuff just doesn't go away where they should suddenly
be thought of in the same light as say Mother Teresa.


ObFood: Lin made Hubert Keller's roast chicken with sage, rosemary,
parsnips, garlic, and fennel. WOW! It turned out very, very well. The
recipe can be seen at http://www.hubertkeller.com/recipes/207_2.pdf, but
it's missing a step which was shown on the TV program: Just before
serving, the recipe tells you to stick rosemary sprigs into the top of
the chicken. On TV, Keller set the rosemary on fire and said that you're
supposed to carry the flame-topped chicken through the dining room to
the table for serving.


I MUST make this chicken, Bob. There's *nothing* in that recipe I don't
love! I might skip flaming the rosemary, though. :-)



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George wrote:

Thats why whatever I thought when they were alive doesn't change when
they die. The bad stuff just doesn't go away where they should suddenly
be thought of in the same light as say Mother Teresa.



If not for the Kennedy Clan Maffia (all of them) no deal would have been cut
with Kruschev, there would have been no cold war, Fidel Castro and his
henchmen would have been gone, and Cuba would have been a US Territory and
probably a State for nearly 50 years.






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"George" wrote in message
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Wayne Boatwright wrote:
On Wed 26 Aug 2009 10:17:03p, Bob Terwilliger told us...

Wayne wrote:

What I object to more than anything else are those who have put them on
pedestals and think they could do no wrong. WRONG!
So your most strenuous objection is to the "audience" rather than the
central characters? That's the way I feel about Emeril Live.


In a word yes. Worse yet are those who damned them while alive and
praise them when dead.


Thats why whatever I thought when they were alive doesn't change when they
die. The bad stuff just doesn't go away where they should suddenly be
thought of in the same light as say Mother Teresa.

Who was NOT AT ALL saintly!!!! See Hitchens' book on the subject.


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"George" wrote in message
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Wayne Boatwright wrote:
On Wed 26 Aug 2009 10:17:03p, Bob Terwilliger told us...

Wayne wrote:

What I object to more than anything else are those who have put
them on pedestals and think they could do no wrong. WRONG!
So your most strenuous objection is to the "audience" rather than
the central characters? That's the way I feel about Emeril Live.

In a word yes. Worse yet are those who damned them while alive and
praise them when dead.


Thats why whatever I thought when they were alive doesn't change when
they die. The bad stuff just doesn't go away where they should
suddenly be thought of in the same light as say Mother Teresa.

Who was NOT AT ALL saintly!!!! See Hitchens' book on the subject.






You 'people' should take note of a saying..........

"If you can't say something good about someone who has passed, shut the
**** up and say nothing at all."

To do otherwise shows exactly what cowardly, low life, and despicable
'humans' you are in real life.
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"PeterL2" wrote:

You 'people' should take note of a saying..........

"If you can't say something good about someone who has passed, shut the
**** up and say nothing at all."

To do otherwise shows exactly what cowardly, low life, and despicable
'humans' you are in real life.


Idiot! Do you really think folks should raise Charles Manson to sainthood
when he finally drops dead? The Kennedys were *always* thieving, lying,
murderous douchebags.



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brooklyn1 wrote:

"PeterL2" wrote:

You 'people' should take note of a saying..........

"If you can't say something good about someone who has passed, shut
the **** up and say nothing at all."

To do otherwise shows exactly what cowardly, low life, and despicable
'humans' you are in real life.


Idiot! Do you really think folks should raise Charles Manson to
sainthood when he finally drops dead? The Kennedys were *always*
thieving, lying, murderous douchebags.


Whiskey micks who constantly strove to be lace curtain Irish but they simply
could not make the grade...

They SURE did affect a LOT of peep's lives - for the worse...!!!

All the while wrapping themselves in pious foney - baloney Catholicism...old
matriach crone Rose was THE WORST.

Last night on some cable nooze channel there was a docu about the Kennedy
clan, it was all that "Camelot" bullshit and at the end of the show they
played _Danny Boy_...had to turn it off before I hurled.

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Best
Greg


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On Thu, 27 Aug 2009 17:48:41 -0500, Gregory Morrow wrote:

brooklyn1 wrote:

"PeterL2" wrote:

You 'people' should take note of a saying..........

"If you can't say something good about someone who has passed, shut
the **** up and say nothing at all."

To do otherwise shows exactly what cowardly, low life, and despicable
'humans' you are in real life.


Idiot! Do you really think folks should raise Charles Manson to
sainthood when he finally drops dead? The Kennedys were *always*
thieving, lying, murderous douchebags.


Whiskey micks who constantly strove to be lace curtain Irish but they simply
could not make the grade...


derisive snort

yep, a president and three senators. complete no-accounts.

blake


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