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  1. Testors Enamels are not the paints you want to use; you're just going to get frustrated.
  2. You two are adorable! Congrats!
  3. Woodworking is a constant process of failure, fixing it, and moving on. So, basically every weekend.
  4. We've been making our own ice cream lately out of frozen berries, heavy cream, and a pinch of salt. It's really satisfying after gardening or woodworking, as it's still around 90F here.
  5. Totally easy. Here's how I make it: Maast-o khiar 1 medium to large cucumber, finely diced (I use a food processor) 1/2 cup walnuts, finely diced 2-3 tablespoons dried mint 1 3/4 - 2 cups plain Greek yogurt 1 teaspoon salt dried & crushed rose petals as desired (optional) raisins Typically served with lavash, which is a thin Persian bread that is sold frozen and that you warm up in a 400F pre-heated oven for 2-3 minutes. The quantities given will make enough for 2-3 decent snacks for 2 people, or as a side dish for a meal with 4-6.
  6. Lately it's been maast-o khiar. It's a Persian snack made from Greek yogurt, cucumber, mint, walnuts, and rose petals and you eat it with bread or crackers. It's filling, easy to make, and very tasty.
  7. I don't listen to any podcasts, so my sharing will basically all be YouTube videos. Chumbawamba - The Day The Nazi Died Ida Maria - I Like You So Much Better When You're Naked Rone - Bye Bye Macadam The Battering Ram - Come Out And Fight The Dead South - In Hell I'll Be In Good Company Blues Saraceno - The River Blues Saraceno - Devil's Gonna Come Scissor Sisters - Tits On The Radio (NSFW?) Alestorm - Alestorm The Rumjacks - Blows And Unkind Words Hindu Love Gods - Raspberry Beret Sogand - Echo The Interrupters - Take Back The Power Skald - Seven Nation Army Woody Guthrie - Miss Pavlichenko Mungo Jerry - In The Summertime I, uh, got a little carried away pulling stuff out of my playlists.
  8. Here's a NSFW (swears) song all about the first four movies but, happy holidays and you're welcome. Yippie-kai-yay-motherelfers
  9. I definitely answered this question already.
  10. That's quite the October surprise there. Congratulations! I don't have any children, so I'll pass along the advice my aunts and uncles tried giving my dad when I was growing up: "Dude, chill out."
  11. Well, that's awesome. We had been working on our paperwork concurrently with getting stuff ready for our wedding and just sent off our packet earlier this week. So now we're in the "all done until the government gets back to us" phase. This will hopefully make things easier and less stressful for you guys.
  12. Oh, other horror movies I'd recommend that I just remembered: Hell House LLC (2015) As Above So Below (2014) The Autopsy of Jane Doe (2016) Grave Encounters (2011) I don't recall any of these being too gory (YMMV) or particularly reliant on jump-scares, and the found-footage aspects aren't nausea-inducing jumpy cam fests.
  13. I will second @Chris Palmer with the mention of Charlie Brown. I'm looking forward to watching that (and the other Charlie Brown specials) this year, as it will be the first time seeing them for my wife. I also like that it was cool enough last night to sleep with the windows open, and I am hoping for more nights like that. As for entertainment, I always enjoy a good ghost story. Retro horror movies are a lot of fun too; especially if you're averse to gore and jump scares, as they tend to not have much of either of those things. Check out Carnival of Souls (1962) if you want to watch a movie that influenced George Romero and David Lynch.
  14. I did not know either of those things, but I could definitely use more coffee this morning.
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