70 degrees? It snowed here! Where are you, Texas?It was like...70 degrees outside yesterday. Beautiful temp. But so humid that the air clung to your skin like wet clothing, and if you stayed in one spot too long the area got warm and moist. Terrible.
I would say so. Unless they have a reasonable excuse for the delay (e.g. "The ship that had your product caught fire and sunk. Everyone on board died. So sorry, but we'll arrange for the company to send you a new one once we're done planning all those funerals....") But even so, they should have notified you about the delay and given you a new ETA.If customer support promises two days, and three weeks later I have heard nothing, I am justified in screeching at them, yes?
Usually Amazon has a pretty good customer service department. What is the Kindle doing, and how old is it?
My mom's kindle is screwing up the point of being useless. Customer support has been promising 'just a few days' for the last three weeks. If the guy does not call me back tomorrow, I'm bypassing support and going straight to the complaint departs. This is ridiculous.
Never heard of it, but since I don't get direct television reception, that's no surprise. There are a lot of shows that I have never heard about. What is this one about, and is it on Netflix?Forged in Fire, the tv show?
That sounds quite interesting! What channel is it on?Pleh. Forged in Fire is a cooking competition, only with black smithing instead of food. Four smiths are given a forge, some steel, and a set of parameters, and compete to see who can make the best knife in the time allotted. The winners of that competition are then given a historical weapon to replicate over the course of five days. Whoever makes the best weapon (as judged by the weapon itself, it's durability and quality) win's 10K. It's...Chopped, but with knives. I really like it. XD
If she has ever browsed the Internet or checked her e-mail with the Kindle, a virus could have come from there. But I wouldn't discount the Amazon store, either - they do their best, but they don't have full control over what developers put in their apps, and the virus may have been accidental.I have done the factory reset without backups, but the virus scan is a very good idea. I'll give it a shot tomorrow. It'd be funny though, as my mom never downloads anything that doesn't come straight from the appstore. XD Might explain why Amazon is hedging so much however; no one wants to admit they've got a virus on their server.
Is this a serious question? Why in the world would you settle for anything less than 100% cheese on anything, cheeseburger or otherwise? Pasteurized processed cheese "food" doesn't belong in a serious kitchen... and probably should be relegated to the "inedible" pile.Cheeseburgers: real cheese, or pasteurized processed cheese food?
Because it leaves a waxy, sometimes oily feeling in the mouth and tastes disgusting.Processed pasteurized cheese food get's a bad rap, and I can't figure out why.
I will give a pass for nacho cheese, but mainly because the spices and peppers will cover the flavor of the fake cheese. Otherwise, stick with real cheese whenever possible. It's better for you, anyway. (Especially if the oils that make up the brand of American cheese are soybean or cottonseed oils. Avoid those like the plague, man....)It's also vital towards making cheese dip. Cheese does not melt. Not into a fluid. You need a medium. The 'proper' way to make a cheese dip is to make a cheese sauce with a roux and milk or cream. This is a huge pain, very finicky, doesn't always work, and adds fat. It also has a distinct flavor and texture. PPCF, again due to its oil content and relatively low amount of actual cheese, melts almost like a liquid when mixed with milk. Combine fake cheese and real cheese, and you have the best queso you'll ever eat.
Best way to avoid that is by not getting sick. Proper nutrition is key... such as cutting fake cheese out of your diet.Getting sick at the most inopportune of times?
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