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  • 31.
    Analysis
    9 months ago
    by AdelleChattre

    The Blathering Superego at the End of History

    Emmett Rensin offers a psychoanalysis of managerial liberalism.

  • 32.
    Current Event
    9 months ago
    by AdelleChattre

    This Is the Best Dinosaur Fossil of Its Kind Ever Found

    The 110 million-year-old fossil of a nodosaur preserves the animal’s armor, skin, and what may have been its final meal. By Michael Greshko.

  • 33.
    How-to
    9 months ago
    by Razzler

    Pin Up Style For the 21st Century - Pin Up Dresses

    A travel through pin up style time as we explore how pin up dress sense has evolved over the years. Did the bicycle kick off the pin up trend?

    Posted in: by Razzler
  • 34.
    Expression
    9 months ago
    by Appaloosa

    Photos: Dog stuck in tree for almost 60 years without rotting

    They took all the trees and put them in a tree museum—and one of the trees has Stuckie the dog.

  • 35.
    Video/Audio
    11 months ago
    by tomeoftrovius

    Khosrau Anushirawan: Prince of Persia - Extra History - #2

    Posted in: by tomeoftrovius
  • 36.
    Video/Audio
    11 months ago
    by tomeoftrovius

    Geography Now! North Korea (DPRK)

  • 37.
    Comment
    11 months ago
    by Appaloosa

    Commented in Vincent Van Gogh Visits the Gallery - Doctor Who - BBC

    Likewise Maternitus. I've met some really nice, talented people here on Snapzu and you are one of them. Well, today I am inspired by food. I have the place to myself and I am cooking meatballs, not just any meatballs. The best! I have a party at my house once a year for my staff and their families...and the meatballs are a required request. They take a long time.

    Ingredients:

    2 lbs. of ground beef 1 lbs. of ground pork Garlic, onions, salt, pepper, fresh basil, oregano, thyme, rosemary. 2 whole eggs Stale bread (preferably a baguette) Olive oil I use Barillo basil premade tomato sauce, but use your favorite.

    Now most people just roll some meat into balls and pop it the gravy (real Italians call it gravy, not sauce) Nope, that's not the way to do it. You want them moist, boiling them makes them hard.

    Method:

    Finley chop up the garlic, onion and basil. Beat the eggs Chop up the bread into sizes about the size of your fingernail.

    Put the beef and pork into a big bowl and blend them. Now, here's the thing, don't use your hands to mix, use chopsticks and swirl. If you use your hands it gets the meat compacted, and you want it loose.

    Put in the garlic, pepper, basil, oregano, thyme, rosemary. Pour in olive oil, as much as you damn well like. Well anyway a few good swigs. Throw in a half cup of the tomato sauce and again use your chopsticks and swirl to bled all of the ingredients. Put in those beat eggs and swirl again till even, then the bread, again, don't use your hands, use the chopsticks to mix evenly.

    !!!!!!!!! This is important.Take a break with a glass of wine, or, umm, coffee for an hour and let the ingredients get acquainted with each other. These Italian things are emotional and noisy, so just ignore them. It's a cultural thing. Time lapse, maybe with Dr. Who.

    Now it's ok to use your hands. Pick up the meat and roll your meatballs one at a time and put them on a plate. You can make them any size, but larger is better to keep them moist about 3 inches in diameter. I know your metric, so about 7.5 cm...I grew up avoirdupois...sorry.

    Ok, here's the key, you are not going to cook them you are going to brown them. Use olive oil. Heat up the pan and fry them one side at a time, use a big spoon and a spatula to carefully roll them over. Don't crowd them (remember they just met), it will take a few rounds to get them all. Do not cook them through, just brown them.

    Now you are going to bake them....WTF...bake meatballs, yep.

    Put them on a large baking dish, Cover them in tin foil because they are going into a preheated oven at 190c for about an hour.

    Take them out and finito.

    There will be wonderful juices in the baking tray. Put that in the gravy you have been making all along...oh wait, we didn't talk about that, well, another time.

    So that was a long story about my inspiration for today.

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  • 38.
    Review
    11 months ago
    by tranxene

    10 art history classes you can take online.

    For free.

  • 39.
    Analysis
    11 months ago
    by AdelleChattre

    The Crypto-Keepers

    If apps like Signal really posed a threat to the NSA’s surveillance power, why would the U.S. government continue to fund them? By Yasha Levine.

  • 40.
    Current Event
    11 months ago
    by sjvn

    Stupid, stupid MacOS security flaw grants admin access to anyone

    The latest version of macOS includes a mindlessly simple, one-step way to take over any Mac.

  • 41.
    Analysis
    1 year ago
    by 5tilt

    Vibrant Ferrofluid Images by Fabian Oefner

    We've seen Fabian Oefner's stunning work before. His colorful centrifuge and his high-speed photos of burning alcohol vapors left no doubt about his deftness as a photographer. This project, injecting colors into a ferrofluid, is riotously gorgeous.  Ferrofluid is a liquid containing ferromagnetic p

    Posted in: by 5tilt
  • 42.
    Video/Audio
    1 year ago
    by Maternitus

    Heroin

    A painter with dozens of pieces but only one subject—his ex-wife.

  • 43.
    Comment
    1 year ago
    by feedmerd

    Commented in Monsanto’s dirty dozen.

    Unfortunately, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, the organization tasked with professional (RD, RDN, NDTR) certification, has deep ties and long history of corporate influences, which of course, includes our friends Monsanto. I can't say most but a lot of funding for the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics comes not only from the food industry but also pharmaceutical/D.C. lobbying sponsorships. As professionals in this field, my colleagues and I are collectively bummed out about this. I probably shouldn't even write about the influence in policy because of the countless internet shills you mention but my sleep is untroubled.

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  • 44.
    Current Event
    1 year ago
    by 8mm

    They thought they were going to rehab. They ended up in chicken plants

    The worst day of Brad McGahey’s life was the day a judge decided to spare him from prison. McGahey was 23 with dreams of making it big in rodeo, maybe starring in his own reality TV show. With a 1.5 GPA, he’d barely graduated from high school. He had two kids and mounting child support debt. Then he got busted for buying a stolen horse trailer, fell behind on court fines and blew off his probation officer.

    Posted in: by 8mm
  • 45.
    Analysis
    1 year ago
    by kxh

    How to Protest Without Offending White People

    Many people were surprised when President Donald Trump suggested that NFL team owners fire players who quietly choose to sit out the national anthem before games, but I was not one of them.

    Posted in: by kxh
  • 46.
    Review
    1 year ago
    by tranxene

    The blue city of Jodhpur.

    Located in the Thar Desert, the dynamic city of Jodhpur, India breaks the starkness of its surroundings with intense punches of color. The metropolis is cloaked in blue not just for aesthetic purposes; the hue historically demarcated the residence of the Brahmin, a caste of priests and protectors, and thus was meant to deter looters should the city ever come under siege.

  • 47.
    Expression
    1 year ago
    by tranxene

    School asks 100 graffiti artists to paint it before renovation, and result is better than any...

    Most schools looks pretty bland, with safe homogeneous colors and uninspired designs, but one hundred graffiti artists have just turned the boring walls of a dormitory in Paris into a stunning celebration of art and creativity.

  • 48.
    How-to
    1 year ago
    by yuriburi

    Free Internet Hack: How to Connect to Free Wifi Networks from Far Away

    In this article I will explain how to set up a wifi setup that can connect to an internet source far away. This works great on a boat (which I did in my case), in an RV, or even in a downtown apartment. If you have the password to a nearby wifi it will essentially transport that wifi and make it wherever you have this set up. You can get a wifi login to a local restaurant or cafe and then have that in your own home environment (if it is reachable). In my case I set this up on my boat and was able to get access to wifi in an office 2 miles away that I had the password to.

  • 49.
    Text Post
    1 year ago
    by Appaloosa

    Introspection

    An older man went for his annual check up. Results looked good, but something was bothering him and he had to ask his Doc.

    "Doc, it's about my wife, I think she is losing her hearing, but I think it's hard for her to admit. She won't get a hearing test and I just don't know what to do, any advice?"

    "Well, these things are difficult. I have a simple test you can do right at home. When she's in another room ask her a question in a normal voice. If no response start to get closer and ask the same question again and do it till she hears you. Then you can explain the process and see if she'll consider to come in for a test."

    " That's great Doc, thanks so much and I'll give it a try tonight!"

    When he gets home he sees his wife is busy cooking in the kitchen, perfect. He sits down in his favorite chair, not too far from the kitchen entrance and asks in a normal voice, "Dear, what's for dinner?" He waits a bit, doesn't get a response. Hmmm, not good. He gets up and goes to the entrance of the kitchen and asks again, "Dear, what's for dinner?" Pretty close to her, but still no response. He get's up right behind her and asks again. "Dear, what's for dinner?"

    His wife spins around, "Meatloaf! I told you three times you deaf fuck!!"

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    Posted in: by Appaloosa
  • 50.
    Review
    1 year ago
    by kxh

    dgsh — directed graph shell

    It is a Unix-style shell (based on bash) allowing the specification of commands with multiple pipelines in parallel.

  • 51.
    Analysis
    1 year ago
    by AdelleChattre

    52 Blue

    At a remote military base in the Pacific Northwest, Navy sonar technicians hear a confounding sound. It is the voice of a whale, but one that sings at a frequency—52 hertz—never before heard by scientists, and inaudible to other members of its species. The whale seems to be alone in the Pacific Ocean, unable to communicate with its kind... By Leslie Jameson. (August, 2014)

  • 52.
    Video/Audio
    1 year ago
    by Appaloosa

    Oats Studios - Firebase

  • 53.
    Current Event
    1 year ago
    by TonyDiGerolamo

    How America Armed Terrorists in Syria

    Another Middle East debacle

  • 54.
    Video/Audio
    1 year ago
    by Maternitus

    The War You Don't See

    John Pilger's 'The War You Don't See' (2011) is a powerful and timely investigation into the media's role in war, tracing the history of 'embedded' and independent reporting from the carnage of World War One to the destruction of Hiroshima, and from the invasion of Vietnam to the current war in Afghanistan and disaster in Iraq. As weapons and propaganda become even more sophisticated, the nature of war is developing into an 'electronic battlefield' in which journalists play a key role, and civilians are the victims. But who is the real enemy?

  • 55.
    Analysis
    1 year ago
    by sjvn

    The many reasons why dogs might roll in smelly poo

    Why would a predatory animal coat itself in a pungent scent that makes it easy to spot?

  • 56.
    Video/Audio
    1 year ago
    by TNY

    Jupiter: The flyover

  • 57.
    Analysis
    1 year ago
    by Appaloosa

    In southeastern Colorado, robots carefully disarm WWII-era chemical weapons

    Ars tours the training facility the military is using to teach humans how to help robots help us.

  • 58.
    Current Event
    1 year ago
    by canuck

    Nasa's Juno probe captures dramatic first close-up images of Jupiter

    Excitement greets pictures of giant, chaotic weather systems plus new measurements that will help build unprecedented map of planet’s interior

    Posted in: by canuck
  • 59.
    Expression
    1 year ago
    by LisMan

    Mitch Landrieu Reminds Us That Eloquence Still Exists

    "... a big, sweeping, old-fashioned speech delivered in New Orleans on Friday made such an impression on me. It was a reprieve. It was an antidote. But it also addressed matters that are forever tripping us up — race, history, healing — better than anything I’ve heard or read in a long time. It was the masterpiece we needed at the moment we needed it"

  • 60.
    Analysis
    1 year ago
    by hiihii

    Why Neuroscientists Need to Study the Crow

    The animals of neuroscience research are an eclectic bunch, and for good reason. Different model organisms—like zebra fish larvae, C. elegans worms, fruit flies, and mice—give researchers the opportunity to answer specific questions. The first two, for example, have transparent bodies, which let scientists easily peer into their brains; the last two have eminently tweakable genomes, which allow scientists to isolate the effects of specific genes. For cognition studies, researchers have relied largely on primates and, more recently, rats, which I use in my own work.