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  1. #41
    Ext User(Damian) Guest

    Re: Night Vision Yellow lenses

    I dare you to slaughter a cow for your meat and make some red wine at home.
    Bet you got no balls to do that.



  2. #42
    Ext User(Petzl) Guest

    Re: Night Vision Yellow lenses

    On Fri, 20 Sep 2013 13:01:51 +1000, "Damian"
    <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote:

    >I dare you to slaughter a cow for your meat and make some red wine at home.
    >Bet you got no balls to do that.
    >

    I went to paty in the country a friends place
    The kids were playing with the sheep my freind slaughtered it and we
    ate it. The kids enojed the time and the food
    --
    Petzl
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=W0gFoP6gY0A
    Our meat in your supermarket is all Halal slaughtered!
    Halal is a guarantee that the animal you are eating died slowly in pain and terror, choking on it's own blood.
    Islam's treatment of animals is every bit as brutal and disgusting as it's treatment of human beings.
    Halal (cruel religious slaughter) The animal is ALIVE AND CONSCIOUS only stunned with a captive-bolt pistol,after the throat is slit (known as ‘sticking’)
    Aside from the barbarianism of Halal slaughter
    The bleeding through animals slit throat while held head down and ALIVE, heart beating, by it's tied hoisted up rear legs also destroys the meats quality
    You cannot get juicy tender steaks with their own gravy any more (Animals used to be instantly KILLED before butchered) !
    With Halal, steaks are bland tasteless and tough.
    Should be labeled so people can choose or not choose Halal meat

  3. #43
    Ext User(Rod Speed) Guest

    Re: Night Vision Yellow lenses

    None of your puerile shit worth bothering with, all flushed where it
    belongs.



  4. #44
    Ext User(Rod Speed) Guest

    Re: Night Vision Yellow lenses



    "Petzl" <petzlx@gmail.com> wrote in message
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    > On Fri, 20 Sep 2013 13:01:51 +1000, "Damian"
    > <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote:
    >
    >>I dare you to slaughter a cow for your meat and make some red wine at
    >>home.
    >>Bet you got no balls to do that.
    >>

    > I went to paty in the country a friends place
    > The kids were playing with the sheep my freind slaughtered it and we
    > ate it. The kids enojed the time and the food


    Lots of the locals do salami, killing the pigs themselves.

    I don't bother myself, too much work.


  5. #45
    Ext User(Damian) Guest

    Re: Night Vision Yellow lenses


    "Rod Speed" <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote in message
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    >
    >
    > "Petzl" <petzlx@gmail.com> wrote in message
    > news:4vgn39h6cdiu35fbdp81c43cufnd3g11qq@4ax.com...
    >> On Fri, 20 Sep 2013 13:01:51 +1000, "Damian"
    >> <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote:
    >>
    >>>I dare you to slaughter a cow for your meat and make some red wine at
    >>>home.
    >>>Bet you got no balls to do that.
    >>>

    >> I went to paty in the country a friends place
    >> The kids were playing with the sheep my freind slaughtered it and we
    >> ate it. The kids enojed the time and the food

    >
    > Lots of the locals do salami, killing the pigs themselves.
    >
    > I don't bother myself, too much work.


    Dont' believe you.



  6. #46
    Ext User(Damian) Guest

    Re: Night Vision Yellow lenses

    I know. You're scared. :-))



  7. #47
    Ext User(Petzl) Guest

    Re: Night Vision Yellow lenses

    On Fri, 20 Sep 2013 15:36:06 +1000, "Rod Speed"
    <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote:

    >
    >
    >"Petzl" <petzlx@gmail.com> wrote in message
    >news:4vgn39h6cdiu35fbdp81c43cufnd3g11qq@4ax.com.. .
    >> On Fri, 20 Sep 2013 13:01:51 +1000, "Damian"
    >> <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote:
    >>
    >>>I dare you to slaughter a cow for your meat and make some red wine at
    >>>home.
    >>>Bet you got no balls to do that.
    >>>

    >> I went to paty in the country a friends place
    >> The kids were playing with the sheep my freind slaughtered it and we
    >> ate it. The kids enojed the time and the food

    >
    >Lots of the locals do salami, killing the pigs themselves.
    >
    >I don't bother myself, too much work.


    I like fried blood pudding with cranberry on toast
    Haven't tried this on my flavorstone yet, but I must.
    Fry bread (a tablespoon of milk on each slice) in olive oil, fry blood
    pudding together, when toast brn on one side flip put blood pudding on
    top, with cranberry serve together with coffee
    --
    Petzl
    Q: What has Tony Abbott promised Murdoch?
    A: A broadband network that will be so slow as to offer no competition to his pay TV interests.

    FTTN, while an incremental improvement on what we have now,
    is a short-sighted waste of time and money that will still
    leave Australia lagging behind the rest of the developed World,
    squandering billions of dollars on obsolete technology in the process.

  8. #48
    Ext User(Damian) Guest

    Re: Night Vision Yellow lenses


    "Petzl" <petzlx@gmail.com> wrote in message
    news:4vgn39h6cdiu35fbdp81c43cufnd3g11qq@4ax.com...
    > On Fri, 20 Sep 2013 13:01:51 +1000, "Damian"
    > <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote:
    >
    >>I dare you to slaughter a cow for your meat and make some red wine at
    >>home.
    >>Bet you got no balls to do that.
    >>

    > I went to paty in the country a friends place
    > The kids were playing with the sheep my freind slaughtered it and we
    > ate it. The kids enojed the time and the food
    > --


    Yeah, I've heard about that about that prehistoric barbaric practice. I
    haven't met any of those barbarians, though i know they do exist.
    I think they call them country Christians, some call them country
    evangalists, but I'm not too sure. They'are a pretty barbaric cult from what
    I've heard. I get goosebumps when I imagine them slitting throats of animals
    and cutting off the heads of poor sheep and cattle. Let's hope these
    savages are dying out. :-|(




  9. #49
    Ext User(Petzl) Guest

    Re: Night Vision Yellow lenses

    On Fri, 20 Sep 2013 18:36:53 +1000, "Damian"
    <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote:

    >
    >"Petzl" <petzlx@gmail.com> wrote in message
    >news:4vgn39h6cdiu35fbdp81c43cufnd3g11qq@4ax.com.. .
    >> On Fri, 20 Sep 2013 13:01:51 +1000, "Damian"
    >> <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote:
    >>
    >>>I dare you to slaughter a cow for your meat and make some red wine at
    >>>home.
    >>>Bet you got no balls to do that.
    >>>

    >> I went to party in the country a friends place
    >> The kids were playing with the sheep my freind slaughtered it and we
    >> ate it. The kids enojed the time and the food
    >> --

    >
    >Yeah, I've heard about that about that prehistoric barbaric practice. I
    >haven't met any of those barbarians, though i know they do exist.
    >I think they call them country Christians, some call them country
    >evangalists, but I'm not too sure. They'are a pretty barbaric cult from what
    >I've heard. I get goosebumps when I imagine them slitting throats of animals
    >and cutting off the heads of poor sheep and cattle. Let's hope these
    >savages are dying out. :-|(
    >

    I have no problem with vegetarian
    All the beef and pork I have eaten only ate vegetation

    The recipe for fried bread I got years ago from a vegetarian girl
    friend
    Just dip your bread in a plate of milk both sides
    put some GOOD olive oil in pan slow heat
    once onside brown flip it put some cheese on brown side
    I often put some pitted kalamata olives, tomato, (Bacon, ham optional)
    under cheese, lid on fry pan good start to day easy to make
    --
    Petzl
    Tiberius Caesar who reigned for 22* years,
    and his last year was AD 37. wrote:
    "The extremities of Spain, the various parts of Gaul, the regions of
    Britain which have never been penetrated by Roman arms, have received
    the religion of Christ."

  10. #50
    Ext User(Damian) Guest

    Re: Night Vision Yellow lenses


    "Petzl" <petzlx@gmail.com> wrote in message
    news:ed4o39dt1qg9viplblqnssba9qvb737jin@4ax.com...
    > On Fri, 20 Sep 2013 18:36:53 +1000, "Damian"
    > <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote:
    >
    >>
    >>"Petzl" <petzlx@gmail.com> wrote in message
    >>news:4vgn39h6cdiu35fbdp81c43cufnd3g11qq@4ax.com. ..
    >>> On Fri, 20 Sep 2013 13:01:51 +1000, "Damian"
    >>> <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote:
    >>>
    >>>>I dare you to slaughter a cow for your meat and make some red wine at
    >>>>home.
    >>>>Bet you got no balls to do that.
    >>>>
    >>> I went to party in the country a friends place
    >>> The kids were playing with the sheep my freind slaughtered it and we
    >>> ate it. The kids enojed the time and the food
    >>> --

    >>
    >>Yeah, I've heard about that about that prehistoric barbaric practice. I
    >>haven't met any of those barbarians, though i know they do exist.
    >>I think they call them country Christians, some call them country
    >>evangalists, but I'm not too sure. They'are a pretty barbaric cult from
    >>what
    >>I've heard. I get goosebumps when I imagine them slitting throats of
    >>animals
    >>and cutting off the heads of poor sheep and cattle. Let's hope these
    >>savages are dying out. :-|(
    >>

    > I have no problem with vegetarian
    > All the beef and pork I have eaten only ate vegetation
    >
    > The recipe for fried bread I got years ago from a vegetarian girl
    > friend
    > Just dip your bread in a plate of milk both sides
    > put some GOOD olive oil in pan slow heat
    > once onside brown flip it put some cheese on brown side
    > I often put some pitted kalamata olives, tomato, (Bacon, ham optional)
    > under cheese, lid on fry pan good start to day easy to make


    Here's my advice, if you care to share.
    Never use olive oil for frying. It's amazingly tasty and healthy when used
    as it is, but turns deadly when used for frying.
    Use coconut oil, grape seed oil, rice bran oil, canola oil, etc. They can
    handle high temp without turning into something toxic.
    I avoid wheat at any cost. It's the shittiest grain on the planet. A major
    cause of diabetes, not just from the sugar in it, but the alergic reaction
    as well.
    Olives are great, eat more of them.
    You are simply a wasted vegetarian if you eat like the above on regular
    basis.You better off stick with meat.
    The above recepe is ok as a once a week treat.
    vegetarianism isn't healthy per say, unless you stick with healthy vegies.
    I avoid milk, due to lactose intolerance, but some dietitians says it's bad
    for everybody.
    We are not meant to drink mother's milk all our lives. So, probably it's a
    bad idea to drink cow's milk regularly.
    Follow the above, and you'll live for ever, well....almost.

    Yeah, I know you'are trying to tempt me, I ain't falling for that trap. :-)
    On the other hand, Rod loves his carcase meat. He's your mate. :-))

    I've seen how they slaughter the poor animals and how badly that crap makes
    us sick when we eat them.

    Until they find a way to 'replicate' the meat like in Star Trek, I ain't
    eating any slaughtered half rotten carcases.
    There are better, tastier, healthier and cheaper alternatives.




  11. #51
    Ext User(Petzl) Guest

    Re: Night Vision Yellow lenses

    On Fri, 20 Sep 2013 20:49:54 +1000, "Damian"
    <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote:

    >
    >"Petzl" <petzlx@gmail.com> wrote in message
    >news:ed4o39dt1qg9viplblqnssba9qvb737jin@4ax.com.. .
    >> On Fri, 20 Sep 2013 18:36:53 +1000, "Damian"
    >> <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote:
    >>
    >>>
    >>>"Petzl" <petzlx@gmail.com> wrote in message
    >>>news:4vgn39h6cdiu35fbdp81c43cufnd3g11qq@4ax.com ...
    >>>> On Fri, 20 Sep 2013 13:01:51 +1000, "Damian"
    >>>> <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote:
    >>>>
    >>>>>I dare you to slaughter a cow for your meat and make some red wine at
    >>>>>home.
    >>>>>Bet you got no balls to do that.
    >>>>>
    >>>> I went to party in the country a friends place
    >>>> The kids were playing with the sheep my freind slaughtered it and we
    >>>> ate it. The kids enojed the time and the food
    >>>> --
    >>>
    >>>Yeah, I've heard about that about that prehistoric barbaric practice. I
    >>>haven't met any of those barbarians, though i know they do exist.
    >>>I think they call them country Christians, some call them country
    >>>evangalists, but I'm not too sure. They'are a pretty barbaric cult from
    >>>what
    >>>I've heard. I get goosebumps when I imagine them slitting throats of
    >>>animals
    >>>and cutting off the heads of poor sheep and cattle. Let's hope these
    >>>savages are dying out. :-|(
    >>>

    >> I have no problem with vegetarian
    >> All the beef, sheep and pork I have eaten only ate vegetation
    >>
    >> The recipe for fried bread I got years ago from a vegetarian girl
    >> friend
    >> Just dip your bread in a plate of milk both sides
    >> put some GOOD olive oil in pan slow heat
    >> once onside brown flip it put some cheese on brown side
    >> I often put some pitted kalamata olives, tomato, (Bacon, ham optional)
    >> under cheese, lid on fry pan good start to day easy to make

    >
    >Here's my advice, if you care to share.
    >Never use olive oil for frying. It's amazingly tasty and healthy when used
    >as it is, but turns deadly when used for frying.
    >Use coconut oil, grape seed oil, rice bran oil, canola oil, etc. They can
    >handle high temp without turning into something toxic.
    >I avoid wheat at any cost. It's the shittiest grain on the planet. A major
    >cause of diabetes, not just from the sugar in it, but the alergic reaction
    >as well.
    >Olives are great, eat more of them.
    >You are simply a wasted vegetarian if you eat like the above on regular
    >basis.You better off stick with meat.
    >The above recepe is ok as a once a week treat.
    >vegetarianism isn't healthy per say, unless you stick with healthy vegies.
    >I avoid milk, due to lactose intolerance, but some dietitians says it's bad
    >for everybody.
    >We are not meant to drink mother's milk all our lives. So, probably it's a
    >bad idea to drink cow's milk regularly.
    >Follow the above, and you'll live for ever, well....almost.
    >
    >Yeah, I know you'are trying to tempt me, I ain't falling for that trap. :-)
    >On the other hand, Rod loves his carcase meat. He's your mate. :-))
    >
    >I've seen how they slaughter the poor animals and how badly that crap makes
    >us sick when we eat them.
    >
    >Until they find a way to 'replicate' the meat like in Star Trek, I ain't
    >eating any slaughtered half rotten carcases.
    >There are better, tastier, healthier and cheaper alternatives.
    >

    I don't actually fry the bread just low heat virgin olive tastes
    better? Rye black bread is good "fried" also

    But thanks for the heads up I do use canolo/Grape seed oil for frying
    These flavorstone I don't now use oil/butter at all.

    Exception a bit olive oil for fried bread but will try out the grape
    seed

    In my day it was a compulsory field trip to go to the local abattoir
    Most of neighborhood had chickens and own eggs. thought nothing of
    killing one for dinner
    --
    Petzl
    Tony Abbott
    http://tinyurl.com/Abbotts-Election-Song
    http://tinyurl.com/Drunk-In-Charge-Of-Nation
    Lib puppeteers believe lying will get them over the line, but if that's all you have to offer in opposition they can only be worse in government.

  12. #52
    Ext User(Damian) Guest

    Re: Night Vision Yellow lenses


    "Petzl" <petzlx@gmail.com> wrote in message
    news:e6bo39td50gmmpgktpdijiru50jf85iic2@4ax.com...
    > On Fri, 20 Sep 2013 20:49:54 +1000, "Damian"
    > <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote:
    >
    >>
    >>"Petzl" <petzlx@gmail.com> wrote in message
    >>news:ed4o39dt1qg9viplblqnssba9qvb737jin@4ax.com. ..
    >>> On Fri, 20 Sep 2013 18:36:53 +1000, "Damian"
    >>> <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote:
    >>>
    >>>>
    >>>>"Petzl" <petzlx@gmail.com> wrote in message
    >>>>news:4vgn39h6cdiu35fbdp81c43cufnd3g11qq@4ax.co m...
    >>>>> On Fri, 20 Sep 2013 13:01:51 +1000, "Damian"
    >>>>> <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote:
    >>>>>
    >>>>>>I dare you to slaughter a cow for your meat and make some red wine at
    >>>>>>home.
    >>>>>>Bet you got no balls to do that.
    >>>>>>
    >>>>> I went to party in the country a friends place
    >>>>> The kids were playing with the sheep my freind slaughtered it and we
    >>>>> ate it. The kids enojed the time and the food
    >>>>> --
    >>>>
    >>>>Yeah, I've heard about that about that prehistoric barbaric practice. I
    >>>>haven't met any of those barbarians, though i know they do exist.
    >>>>I think they call them country Christians, some call them country
    >>>>evangalists, but I'm not too sure. They'are a pretty barbaric cult from
    >>>>what
    >>>>I've heard. I get goosebumps when I imagine them slitting throats of
    >>>>animals
    >>>>and cutting off the heads of poor sheep and cattle. Let's hope these
    >>>>savages are dying out. :-|(
    >>>>
    >>> I have no problem with vegetarian
    >>> All the beef, sheep and pork I have eaten only ate vegetation
    >>>
    >>> The recipe for fried bread I got years ago from a vegetarian girl
    >>> friend
    >>> Just dip your bread in a plate of milk both sides
    >>> put some GOOD olive oil in pan slow heat
    >>> once onside brown flip it put some cheese on brown side
    >>> I often put some pitted kalamata olives, tomato, (Bacon, ham optional)
    >>> under cheese, lid on fry pan good start to day easy to make

    >>
    >>Here's my advice, if you care to share.
    >>Never use olive oil for frying. It's amazingly tasty and healthy when used
    >>as it is, but turns deadly when used for frying.
    >>Use coconut oil, grape seed oil, rice bran oil, canola oil, etc. They can
    >>handle high temp without turning into something toxic.
    >>I avoid wheat at any cost. It's the shittiest grain on the planet. A major
    >>cause of diabetes, not just from the sugar in it, but the alergic reaction
    >>as well.
    >>Olives are great, eat more of them.
    >>You are simply a wasted vegetarian if you eat like the above on regular
    >>basis.You better off stick with meat.
    >>The above recepe is ok as a once a week treat.
    >>vegetarianism isn't healthy per say, unless you stick with healthy vegies.
    >>I avoid milk, due to lactose intolerance, but some dietitians says it's
    >>bad
    >>for everybody.
    >>We are not meant to drink mother's milk all our lives. So, probably it's a
    >>bad idea to drink cow's milk regularly.
    >>Follow the above, and you'll live for ever, well....almost.
    >>
    >>Yeah, I know you'are trying to tempt me, I ain't falling for that trap.
    >>:-)
    >>On the other hand, Rod loves his carcase meat. He's your mate. :-))
    >>
    >>I've seen how they slaughter the poor animals and how badly that crap
    >>makes
    >>us sick when we eat them.
    >>
    >>Until they find a way to 'replicate' the meat like in Star Trek, I ain't
    >>eating any slaughtered half rotten carcases.
    >>There are better, tastier, healthier and cheaper alternatives.
    >>

    > I don't actually fry the bread just low heat virgin olive tastes
    > better? Rye black bread is good "fried" also
    >
    > But thanks for the heads up I do use canolo/Grape seed oil for frying
    > These flavorstone I don't now use oil/butter at all.
    >
    > Exception a bit olive oil for fried bread but will try out the grape
    > seed
    >


    If you can get hold of virgin coconut oil, you find the taste is amazing.
    IMO, it's the best tasting for frying anything. Healthwise, the best
    according to many experts(extra virgin coconut oil).
    Also you may find your body odours will be more pleasant with coconut
    oil(similar to olive oil).
    The great thing is you don't need to cold press coconut meat to extract
    extra virgin oil. You can heat the stuff and skim the oil out., heat never
    damages the moleclues.
    Olive oil on the other hand, must be cold pressed to get extra virgin.
    There's a very good reason they don't use the heat to extract olive oil.
    We shouldn't use it for frying stuff, for the same reason.
    You can use coconut oil, grape seed oil, rice bran oil, etc to fry your
    favourite food, then add bit of olive oil in room temp. That's what I do.
    I eat tiny bit of olive oil everyday. It's a life extender, I believe.
    Order some virgin coconut oil online and fry some of your favourite food
    using it.
    Then tell me I'm wrong. I bet you won't.


    > In my day it was a compulsory field trip to go to the local abattoir
    > Most of neighborhood had chickens and own eggs. thought nothing of
    > killing one for dinner
    > --
    > Petzl
    > Tony Abbott
    > http://tinyurl.com/Abbotts-Election-Song
    > http://tinyurl.com/Drunk-In-Charge-Of-Nation
    > Lib puppeteers believe lying will get them over the line, but if that's
    > all you have to offer in opposition they can only be worse in government.




  13. #53
    Ext User(Petzl) Guest

    Re: Night Vision Yellow lenses

    On Sat, 21 Sep 2013 01:40:58 +1000, "Damian"
    <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote:

    >> But thanks for the heads up I do use canolo/Grape seed oil for frying
    >> These flavorstone I don't now use oil/butter at all.
    >>
    >> Exception a bit olive oil for fried bread but will try out the grape
    >> seed
    >>

    >
    >If you can get hold of virgin coconut oil, you find the taste is amazing.
    >IMO, it's the best tasting for frying anything. Healthwise, the best
    >according to many experts(extra virgin coconut oil).
    >Also you may find your body odours will be more pleasant with coconut
    >oil(similar to olive oil).
    >The great thing is you don't need to cold press coconut meat to extract
    >extra virgin oil. You can heat the stuff and skim the oil out., heat never
    >damages the moleclues.
    >Olive oil on the other hand, must be cold pressed to get extra virgin.
    >There's a very good reason they don't use the heat to extract olive oil.
    >We shouldn't use it for frying stuff, for the same reason.
    >You can use coconut oil, grape seed oil, rice bran oil, etc to fry your
    >favourite food, then add bit of olive oil in room temp. That's what I do.
    >I eat tiny bit of olive oil everyday. It's a life extender, I believe.
    >Order some virgin coconut oil online and fry some of your favourite food
    >using it.
    >Then tell me I'm wrong. I bet you won't.


    The argument is out even on white bread
    Bleaching flour only started happening around 1960
    It takes generations to see if there is any genetic effects
    good or bad

    Will try and see if coconut oil is available in Woolwooths
    I use very little oil in cooking
    I like both meat and vegetarian tonight I'm making Vegetable curry but
    it's best poured over my home made meat pies, but can be a meal in
    itself

    I don't see any mention in main stream media about the Tory held in
    Melbourne last night to kiss Rupert Murdochs big bad bastard arse
    Murdoch likes owning Australian Prime Ministers.
    http://www.crikey.com.au/2013/04/04/...witcher=mobile
    http://tinyurl.com/clkyoub

    Did the same scare tactics on Whitlam day in day out scaring the
    public through his media by claiming the economy was bung.
    The sheeples all agreed with Whitlams sacking

    The election before Murdoch had a falling out with Billy McMahon, to
    then put Whitlam in. Whitlam lost favour with Murdoch because he
    refused to play a round of golf with him. Murdoch likes his PM's when
    he asks them to jump to reply how high.
    --
    Petzl
    Q: What has Tony Abbott promised Murdoch?
    A: A broadband network that will be so slow as to offer no competition to his pay TV interests.

    FTTN, while an incremental improvement on what we have now,
    is a short-sighted waste of time and money that will still
    leave Australia lagging behind the rest of the developed World,
    squandering billions of dollars on obsolete technology in the process.

  14. #54
    Ext User(Damian) Guest

    Re: Night Vision Yellow lenses


    "Petzl" <petzlx@gmail.com> wrote in message
    newsfap399q4ulmd6djfv2hnmlnd6cnaugiho@4ax.com...
    > On Sat, 21 Sep 2013 01:40:58 +1000, "Damian"
    > <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote:
    >
    >>> But thanks for the heads up I do use canolo/Grape seed oil for frying
    >>> These flavorstone I don't now use oil/butter at all.
    >>>
    >>> Exception a bit olive oil for fried bread but will try out the grape
    >>> seed
    >>>

    >>
    >>If you can get hold of virgin coconut oil, you find the taste is amazing.
    >>IMO, it's the best tasting for frying anything. Healthwise, the best
    >>according to many experts(extra virgin coconut oil).
    >>Also you may find your body odours will be more pleasant with coconut
    >>oil(similar to olive oil).
    >>The great thing is you don't need to cold press coconut meat to extract
    >>extra virgin oil. You can heat the stuff and skim the oil out., heat never
    >>damages the moleclues.
    >>Olive oil on the other hand, must be cold pressed to get extra virgin.
    >>There's a very good reason they don't use the heat to extract olive oil.
    >>We shouldn't use it for frying stuff, for the same reason.
    >>You can use coconut oil, grape seed oil, rice bran oil, etc to fry your
    >>favourite food, then add bit of olive oil in room temp. That's what I do.
    >>I eat tiny bit of olive oil everyday. It's a life extender, I believe.
    >>Order some virgin coconut oil online and fry some of your favourite food
    >>using it.
    >>Then tell me I'm wrong. I bet you won't.

    >
    > The argument is out even on white bread
    > Bleaching flour only started happening around 1960
    > It takes generations to see if there is any genetic effects
    > good or bad


    Not sure what effect you're referrring to.
    The connection of wheat with diabetes, IBS, coeliac disease, etc is proven.
    There's no argument.
    Wheat is either the cause or the aggravator.

    >
    > Will try and see if coconut oil is available in Woolwooths


    I doubt it. Your best bet is online or a local asian grocery shop, if you
    can find a one.

    > I use very little oil in cooking
    > I like both meat and vegetarian tonight I'm making Vegetable curry but


    If you make a curry, you may find coconut cream or milk can add a beautiful
    flavour to it. You need to cook it bit slower than usual to allow the
    coconut milk to settle in.

    > it's best poured over my home made meat pies, but can be a meal in
    > itself.
    >
    > I don't see any mention in main stream media about the Tory held in


    Who gives rat's poop about the crap "conservaTORY"?! It's a back scratching
    luncheon.

    > Melbourne last night to kiss Rupert Murdochs big bad bastard arse
    > Murdoch likes owning Australian Prime Ministers.
    > http://www.crikey.com.au/2013/04/04/...witcher=mobile
    > http://tinyurl.com/clkyoub
    >
    > Did the same scare tactics on Whitlam day in day out scaring the
    > public through his media by claiming the economy was bung.
    > The sheeples all agreed with Whitlams sacking


    Apparently, Murdererdoc supported Whitlam when he was running for PM or
    appeared to be supporting.
    Whitlam must have "disappointed" him by bringing in many socialistic
    reforms.

    >
    > The election before Murdoch had a falling out with Billy McMahon, to
    > then put Whitlam in. Whitlam lost favour with Murdoch because he
    > refused to play a round of golf with him. Murdoch likes his PM's when
    > he asks them to jump to reply how high.
    > --
    > Petzl
    > Q: What has Tony Abbott promised Murdoch?
    > A: A broadband network that will be so slow as to offer no competition to
    > his pay TV interests.
    >
    > FTTN, while an incremental improvement on what we have now,
    > is a short-sighted waste of time and money that will still
    > leave Australia lagging behind the rest of the developed World,
    > squandering billions of dollars on obsolete technology in the process.




  15. #55
    Ext User(Rod Speed) Guest

    Re: Night Vision Yellow lenses

    Damian <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote
    > Petzl <petzlx@gmail.com> wrote
    >> Damian <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote


    >>>> But thanks for the heads up I do use canolo/Grape seed oil for frying
    >>>> These flavorstone I don't now use oil/butter at all.


    >>>> Exception a bit olive oil for fried bread but will try out the grape
    >>>> seed


    >>> If you can get hold of virgin coconut oil, you find the taste is
    >>> amazing.
    >>> IMO, it's the best tasting for frying anything. Healthwise, the best
    >>> according to many experts(extra virgin coconut oil).


    >>> Also you may find your body odours will be more pleasant with coconut
    >>> oil(similar to olive oil).


    >>> The great thing is you don't need to cold press coconut meat to extract
    >>> extra virgin oil. You can heat the stuff and skim the oil out., heat
    >>> never
    >>> damages the moleclues.


    >>> Olive oil on the other hand, must be cold pressed to get extra virgin.
    >>> There's a very good reason they don't use the heat to extract olive oil.
    >>> We shouldn't use it for frying stuff, for the same reason.
    >>> You can use coconut oil, grape seed oil, rice bran oil, etc to fry your
    >>> favourite food, then add bit of olive oil in room temp. That's what I
    >>> do.
    >>> I eat tiny bit of olive oil everyday. It's a life extender, I believe.
    >>> Order some virgin coconut oil online and fry some of your favourite food
    >>> using it.
    >>> Then tell me I'm wrong. I bet you won't.


    >> The argument is out even on white bread
    >> Bleaching flour only started happening around 1960
    >> It takes generations to see if there is any genetic effects
    >> good or bad


    > Not sure what effect you're referrring to.


    No surprises there...

    > The connection of wheat with diabetes, IBS, coeliac disease, etc is
    > proven.


    Bullshit.

    > There's no argument.


    Bullshit.

    > Wheat is either the cause or the aggravator.


    Bullshit.

    >> Will try and see if coconut oil is available in Woolwooths


    Corse it is.

    > I doubt it.


    More fool you.

    > Your best bet is online or a local asian grocery shop, if you can find a
    > one.


    >> I use very little oil in cooking
    >> I like both meat and vegetarian tonight I'm making Vegetable curry but


    > If you make a curry, you may find coconut cream or milk can add a
    > beautiful flavour to it. You need to cook it bit slower than usual to
    > allow the coconut milk to settle in.


    >> it's best poured over my home made meat pies, but can be a meal in
    >> itself.


    >> I don't see any mention in main stream media about the Tory held in


    > Who gives rat's poop about the crap "conservaTORY"?! It's a back
    > scratching luncheon.


    >> Melbourne last night to kiss Rupert Murdochs big bad bastard arse
    >> Murdoch likes owning Australian Prime Ministers.
    >> http://www.crikey.com.au/2013/04/04/...witcher=mobile
    >> http://tinyurl.com/clkyoub


    >> Did the same scare tactics on Whitlam day in day out scaring the
    >> public through his media by claiming the economy was bung.
    >> The sheeples all agreed with Whitlams sacking


    > Apparently, Murdererdoc supported Whitlam when he was running for PM


    Yep.

    > or appeared to be supporting.


    He did support him.

    > Whitlam must have "disappointed" him by bringing in many socialistic
    > reforms.


    Pigs arse he did.

    >> The election before Murdoch had a falling out with Billy McMahon, to
    >> then put Whitlam in. Whitlam lost favour with Murdoch because he
    >> refused to play a round of golf with him. Murdoch likes his PM's when
    >> he asks them to jump to reply how high.




  16. #56
    Ext User(Damian) Guest

    Re: Night Vision Yellow lenses


    "Rod Speed" <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote in message
    news:baih9qFb51cU1@mid.individual.net...
    > Damian <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote
    >> Petzl <petzlx@gmail.com> wrote
    >>> Damian <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote

    >
    >>>>> But thanks for the heads up I do use canolo/Grape seed oil for frying
    >>>>> These flavorstone I don't now use oil/butter at all.

    >
    >>>>> Exception a bit olive oil for fried bread but will try out the grape
    >>>>> seed

    >
    >>>> If you can get hold of virgin coconut oil, you find the taste is
    >>>> amazing.
    >>>> IMO, it's the best tasting for frying anything. Healthwise, the best
    >>>> according to many experts(extra virgin coconut oil).

    >
    >>>> Also you may find your body odours will be more pleasant with coconut
    >>>> oil(similar to olive oil).

    >
    >>>> The great thing is you don't need to cold press coconut meat to extract
    >>>> extra virgin oil. You can heat the stuff and skim the oil out., heat
    >>>> never
    >>>> damages the moleclues.

    >
    >>>> Olive oil on the other hand, must be cold pressed to get extra virgin.
    >>>> There's a very good reason they don't use the heat to extract olive
    >>>> oil.
    >>>> We shouldn't use it for frying stuff, for the same reason.
    >>>> You can use coconut oil, grape seed oil, rice bran oil, etc to fry your
    >>>> favourite food, then add bit of olive oil in room temp. That's what I
    >>>> do.
    >>>> I eat tiny bit of olive oil everyday. It's a life extender, I believe.
    >>>> Order some virgin coconut oil online and fry some of your favourite
    >>>> food
    >>>> using it.
    >>>> Then tell me I'm wrong. I bet you won't.

    >
    >>> The argument is out even on white bread
    >>> Bleaching flour only started happening around 1960
    >>> It takes generations to see if there is any genetic effects
    >>> good or bad

    >
    >> Not sure what effect you're referrring to.

    >
    > No surprises there...
    >
    >> The connection of wheat with diabetes, IBS, coeliac disease, etc is
    >> proven.

    >
    > Bullshit.


    Stick with your cheap backyard booze and chemical doused beast meat old
    fella. Health sector ain't gonna be your domain in this life.
    Pray the big fella to allow for your reincarnation.

    >
    >> There's no argument.

    >
    > Bullshit.


    Stick with your cheap backyard booze and chemical doused beast meat old
    fella. Health sector ain't gonna be your domain in this life.
    Pray the big fella to allow for your reincarnation.

    >
    >> Wheat is either the cause or the aggravator.

    >
    > Bullshit.


    Stick with your cheap backyard booze and chemical doused beast meat old
    fella. Health sector ain't gonna be your domain in this life.
    Pray the big fella to allow for your reincarnation.

    >
    >>> Will try and see if coconut oil is available in Woolwooths

    >
    > Corse it is.


    I've never been able to find virgin coconut oil in woolies asian section or
    cooking oil section, even though they stock mustard oil, sesame oil, etc.
    Same with Coles.

    >
    >> I doubt it.

    >
    > More fool you.
    >
    >> Your best bet is online or a local asian grocery shop, if you can find a
    >> one.

    >
    >>> I use very little oil in cooking
    >>> I like both meat and vegetarian tonight I'm making Vegetable curry but

    >
    >> If you make a curry, you may find coconut cream or milk can add a
    >> beautiful flavour to it. You need to cook it bit slower than usual to
    >> allow the coconut milk to settle in.

    >
    >>> it's best poured over my home made meat pies, but can be a meal in
    >>> itself.

    >
    >>> I don't see any mention in main stream media about the Tory held in

    >
    >> Who gives rat's poop about the crap "conservaTORY"?! It's a back
    >> scratching luncheon.

    >
    >>> Melbourne last night to kiss Rupert Murdochs big bad bastard arse
    >>> Murdoch likes owning Australian Prime Ministers.
    >>> http://www.crikey.com.au/2013/04/04/...witcher=mobile
    >>> http://tinyurl.com/clkyoub

    >
    >>> Did the same scare tactics on Whitlam day in day out scaring the
    >>> public through his media by claiming the economy was bung.
    >>> The sheeples all agreed with Whitlams sacking

    >
    >> Apparently, Murdererdoc supported Whitlam when he was running for PM

    >
    > Yep.
    >
    >> or appeared to be supporting.

    >
    > He did support him.
    >
    >> Whitlam must have "disappointed" him by bringing in many socialistic
    >> reforms.

    >
    > Pigs arse he did.


    My dear old fella, you're eating and shitting thanks to Whitlam. You should
    get a picture of his bum and frame it, then hang it on the wall and kiss it
    everyday,
    as a gesture of gratitude for saving your hopeless fat arse.

    >
    >>> The election before Murdoch had a falling out with Billy McMahon, to
    >>> then put Whitlam in. Whitlam lost favour with Murdoch because he
    >>> refused to play a round of golf with him. Murdoch likes his PM's when
    >>> he asks them to jump to reply how high.

    >
    >




  17. #57
    Ext User(Rod Speed) Guest

    Re: Night Vision Yellow lenses



    "Damian" <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote in message
    news:l21dhr$ffp$1@dont-email.me...
    >
    > "Rod Speed" <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote in message
    > news:baih9qFb51cU1@mid.individual.net...
    >> Damian <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote
    >>> Petzl <petzlx@gmail.com> wrote
    >>>> Damian <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote

    >>
    >>>>>> But thanks for the heads up I do use canolo/Grape seed oil for frying
    >>>>>> These flavorstone I don't now use oil/butter at all.

    >>
    >>>>>> Exception a bit olive oil for fried bread but will try out the grape
    >>>>>> seed

    >>
    >>>>> If you can get hold of virgin coconut oil, you find the taste is
    >>>>> amazing.
    >>>>> IMO, it's the best tasting for frying anything. Healthwise, the best
    >>>>> according to many experts(extra virgin coconut oil).

    >>
    >>>>> Also you may find your body odours will be more pleasant with coconut
    >>>>> oil(similar to olive oil).

    >>
    >>>>> The great thing is you don't need to cold press coconut meat to
    >>>>> extract
    >>>>> extra virgin oil. You can heat the stuff and skim the oil out., heat
    >>>>> never
    >>>>> damages the moleclues.

    >>
    >>>>> Olive oil on the other hand, must be cold pressed to get extra virgin.
    >>>>> There's a very good reason they don't use the heat to extract olive
    >>>>> oil.
    >>>>> We shouldn't use it for frying stuff, for the same reason.
    >>>>> You can use coconut oil, grape seed oil, rice bran oil, etc to fry
    >>>>> your
    >>>>> favourite food, then add bit of olive oil in room temp. That's what I
    >>>>> do.
    >>>>> I eat tiny bit of olive oil everyday. It's a life extender, I believe.
    >>>>> Order some virgin coconut oil online and fry some of your favourite
    >>>>> food
    >>>>> using it.
    >>>>> Then tell me I'm wrong. I bet you won't.

    >>
    >>>> The argument is out even on white bread
    >>>> Bleaching flour only started happening around 1960
    >>>> It takes generations to see if there is any genetic effects
    >>>> good or bad

    >>
    >>> Not sure what effect you're referrring to.

    >>
    >> No surprises there...
    >>
    >>> The connection of wheat with diabetes, IBS, coeliac disease, etc is
    >>> proven.

    >>
    >> Bullshit.


    > Stick with your cheap backyard booze and chemical doused beast meat


    No chemicals douse any of my meat, ****wit child.

    None of the rest of your even sillier shit worth
    bothering with, all flushed where it belongs.



  18. #58
    Ext User(Damian) Guest

    Re: Night Vision Yellow lenses


    "Rod Speed" <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote in message
    news:baj4msFfa07U1@mid.individual.net...
    >
    >
    > "Damian" <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote in message
    > news:l21dhr$ffp$1@dont-email.me...
    >>
    >> "Rod Speed" <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote in message
    >> news:baih9qFb51cU1@mid.individual.net...
    >>> Damian <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote
    >>>> Petzl <petzlx@gmail.com> wrote
    >>>>> Damian <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote
    >>>
    >>>>>>> But thanks for the heads up I do use canolo/Grape seed oil for
    >>>>>>> frying
    >>>>>>> These flavorstone I don't now use oil/butter at all.
    >>>
    >>>>>>> Exception a bit olive oil for fried bread but will try out the grape
    >>>>>>> seed
    >>>
    >>>>>> If you can get hold of virgin coconut oil, you find the taste is
    >>>>>> amazing.
    >>>>>> IMO, it's the best tasting for frying anything. Healthwise, the best
    >>>>>> according to many experts(extra virgin coconut oil).
    >>>
    >>>>>> Also you may find your body odours will be more pleasant with coconut
    >>>>>> oil(similar to olive oil).
    >>>
    >>>>>> The great thing is you don't need to cold press coconut meat to
    >>>>>> extract
    >>>>>> extra virgin oil. You can heat the stuff and skim the oil out., heat
    >>>>>> never
    >>>>>> damages the moleclues.
    >>>
    >>>>>> Olive oil on the other hand, must be cold pressed to get extra
    >>>>>> virgin.
    >>>>>> There's a very good reason they don't use the heat to extract olive
    >>>>>> oil.
    >>>>>> We shouldn't use it for frying stuff, for the same reason.
    >>>>>> You can use coconut oil, grape seed oil, rice bran oil, etc to fry
    >>>>>> your
    >>>>>> favourite food, then add bit of olive oil in room temp. That's what I
    >>>>>> do.
    >>>>>> I eat tiny bit of olive oil everyday. It's a life extender, I
    >>>>>> believe.
    >>>>>> Order some virgin coconut oil online and fry some of your favourite
    >>>>>> food
    >>>>>> using it.
    >>>>>> Then tell me I'm wrong. I bet you won't.
    >>>
    >>>>> The argument is out even on white bread
    >>>>> Bleaching flour only started happening around 1960
    >>>>> It takes generations to see if there is any genetic effects
    >>>>> good or bad
    >>>
    >>>> Not sure what effect you're referrring to.
    >>>
    >>> No surprises there...
    >>>
    >>>> The connection of wheat with diabetes, IBS, coeliac disease, etc is
    >>>> proven.
    >>>
    >>> Bullshit.

    >
    >> Stick with your cheap backyard booze and chemical doused beast meat

    >
    > No chemicals douse any of my meat, ****wit child.


    Yeah??!!!
    You raise them in your own backyard farm with organic grass and slaughter
    them yourself?!!!
    I seriously doubt you got balls to do that.

    >
    > None of the rest of your even sillier shit worth
    > bothering with, all flushed where it belongs.


    You keep saying that.
    But my 'puerile shit' keeps ending up your rear end constantly, waking you
    up to respond immediately.

    >
    >




  19. #59
    Ext User(Petzl) Guest

    Re: Night Vision Yellow lenses

    On Tue, 17 Sep 2013 19:46:02 +1000, "Rod Speed"
    <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote:

    >> Corn Maize etc

    >
    >Don't bother with those myself, simpler
    >to buy the corn as peas and corn frozen.
    >
    >I only bother with tomatoes, lettuce, strawberrys currently.


    To make birds go away from your strawberries you need to paint pebbles
    the same (red) color and scatter around. This deters birds from your
    REAL STRAWBERRIES)
    --
    Petzl
    I started with nothing and I am proud to say I still have most of it left

  20. #60
    Ext User(Petzl) Guest

    Re: Night Vision Yellow lenses

    On Thu, 10 Oct 2013 17:09:40 +1100, "Rod Speed"
    <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote:

    >Petzl <petzlx@gmail.com> wrote
    >> Rod Speed <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote

    >
    >>>> Corn Maize etc

    >
    >>> Don't bother with those myself, simpler
    >>> to buy the corn as peas and corn frozen.

    >
    >>> I only bother with tomatoes, lettuce, strawberrys currently.

    >
    >> To make birds go away from your strawberries you need
    >> to paint pebbles the same (red) color and scatter around.
    >> This deters birds from your REAL STRAWBERRIES)

    >
    >Lot of work.
    >

    Might be red marbles or something else will
    The "dollar" shops still sell red spray paint though

    >I was planning to use bird netting. Didn't get around to putting
    >it on last year, even tho I had it ready to do and the droppers
    >and wire to put it on too. By the time I noticed all the strawberrys
    >had gone, it was too late.
    >
    >I have got the tomatoes and lettuce planted now. The tomato
    >seedlings have doubled in height, planted half with 30cm
    >individual seedlings for the Apollo Improved and the Father
    >Toms and another punnet of much smaller Apollo improved
    >that were only about 10cm high basically to see if it makes
    >any difference. The big ones mostly have flowers and did
    >when I planted them and one of the Father Toms has
    >produced a single small marble sized tomato.
    >
    >There is no real sign of life from the strawberrys and
    >I have left it much too late to get rid of the weeds so
    >I may let them go till next year again.
    >
    >Don't plant to plant anything else much, just more
    >lettuce in a month or so so I have some to eat when
    >the first lot of Cos and Mignonettes have gone to seed.
    >
    >Never had any luck with the Icebergs which
    >are what I buy when I don't have any of mine.
    >They never do much and never get to anything
    >like what I buy.
    >
    >
    >Just done a year's worth of marmalade. Did one
    >batch of Lime and Lemon using the very expensive
    >limes from woolys put thru the self checkout as
    >lemons. Then did another batch of lemon alone,
    >with the rest of the lemons I used for lime and
    >lemon batch. Unusual lemons, very thick skin,
    >very thick pith, at least 10mm thick. Seedless
    >which is handy. That's a very decent marmalade.
    >And then did another with normal lemons from
    >a mate of mine, one of the garage sale regulars.
    >Again very decent and much better than any of
    >the commercial marmalades. I'd been planning
    >to try so pure lemon marmalade last time but
    >since the database claimed that the box of limes
    >produced enough marmalade for 3 years, didn't
    >bother. Turned out it only lasted 2 years.
    >
    >Plan to try a pure lime marmalade when the
    >limes are back in season again. That would
    >fix the problem with the lime and lemon
    >marmalade that both arent in season here
    >at the same time, no overlap at all so you
    >cant get a carton of each at the best price
    >of $10 for a 10KG carton of each. And its a
    >2:1 ratio anyway, twice as much lime as lemon.
    >
    >
    >Did attempt to use the stirrer because the
    >initial heating of the pulp and water before
    >you put the sugar in is quite runny, but
    >discovered that the ****ing thing doesn't
    >even work at all, no action when you turn it on.
    >I should have tried it when it first arrived just
    >to check it worked. I have sent the seller an
    >email but got an automated response that
    >he was off on holiday for some chinese
    >holiday, and didn't get any response when
    >he had got back.
    >
    >You can open it so if he doesn't respond
    >to the second email I will open it and see
    >what the problem is. Cant be much, it
    >appears to just be a single switch to an
    >ic and likely a wire has come off. But it
    >does have an ic because you press the
    >button multiple times for different speeds.
    >
    >Bit dubious that it will work very well tho,
    >its quite light even with the 4 AA batterys.
    >
    >Both of the lemon batches were small enough
    >to fit in the very heavy base 8l stockpot and
    >there was no burning at all this time with only
    >occasional stirring with a big wooden spoon.
    >
    >Still tossing up whether to get another very
    >heavy base 18l stockpot for the normal batches.
    >****ing expensive at $70ish tho it would be
    >worth it I guess for the much lower effort
    >with stirring and not needing any fancy
    >stirrer in the big pedestal drill with an
    >electric hotplate to heat the thin stockpot.
    >
    >
    >Managed to forget to put the pectin in with
    >the last lemon marmalade batch and it set
    >fine without any added pectin at all.


    My Grandma had similar problem as you after they made Asbestos heating
    pads, which sat under pot. Maybe nowadays they have something else

    I too find mainland China sell mainly broken crap. Hong Kong and
    Taiwan seem much better
    --
    Petzl
    I started with nothing and I am proud to say I still have most of it left

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