Inigima

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About Inigima

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    Gluten Commissioner
  • Birthday 12/10/1983

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  • Gender Male
  • Location Bodymore, Murdaland
  • Interests Martial arts, music, film, computers.
  1. Careerchat

    I don't think there's any harm asking about it. Just be polite -- "Hey, just wondering, I remember you mentioned xyz. I haven't heard anything, do you know if that's still on the table?"
  2. U.S. Election - Onward to New Hampshire

    Please enjoy this annotated clip of the GOP debate introductions. I know I did. https://www.washingtonpost.com/video/politics/what-happened-in-that-awkward-intro-at-the-gop-debate/2016/02/06/66718416-cd3d-11e5-b9ab-26591104bb19_video.html
  3. U.S. Election - Onward to New Hampshire

    We've known from the beginning that many of Kasich's positions are horrifying. He just looks like the reasonable guy in the room next to the rest of this clown shoes primary. That's been the consensus since the beginning, among non crazy people.
  4. When you gaze long into the abyss the abyss also gazes into you. http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2016/01/iowa-new-hampshire-gop-voters-poll.html
  5. I'm sorry, why do you think Sanders was dicking around about it?
  6. Heavy Metal 9: through Bruce is salvation

    In case this news hasn't circulated yet:     http://www.pollstar.com/news_article.aspx?ID=822615
  7. US Politics: We're serving Flint water mmmmm.

      I'n thrilled DWS is facing a primary challenge from the left. I wish it happened more. But she'll be VERY hard to dislodge.
  8. 2016 US Election thread: the begininning

    Alanis Morissette, eat your heart out.
  9. US Politics: We're serving Flint water mmmmm.

      I don't understand. Are there any non-Republicans in this chain of command?
  10. RIP Abe Vigoda

    RIP Abe  This day was inevitable, I guess, but somehow I didn't expect it anyway.
  11. Jeopardy!

    I secretly love Jeopardy. I'm middling good at it, as a home "contestant," but I have no illusions I'd be any good as a real contestant. I don't always watch it, but I catch it if I'm home and not busy. It makes me feel smart.
  12. Cra-Cra-Craaaaaaazy Weather!

    I've dug out like 1/8 of my car. We finally got our street plowed late last night, but there's still a ton of snow -- much of it packed against our cars -- and there's just... nowhere to put it.
  13. US Politics: We're serving Flint water mmmmm.

    I still don't really understand how this institution exists. Surely it's unconstitutional.
  14. 2016 US Election thread: the begininning

    I recall reading that it's not actually true that minorities disproportionately commit crimes; they are merely arrested for them disproportionately often, feeding the public perception that they commit more crimes. Trying to find the supporting documentation now. I recognize that this is only an assertion until I find it.
  15. So I roasted and shredded a pork shoulder the weekend before the storm, and parted it out and froze it in 2-cup quantities, which is perfect as that amount of meat equates to 1-2 meals for two people depending on how much other stuff gets added to it. This has worked out great, since my street still hasn't seen a plow. It has a rub on it, but in practice I've been able to use it in a bunch of different cuisines. I've tossed it with barbecue sauce for sandwiches, I've cooked it up with chiles and onions and beans for tacos, and tonight we made a simple soy sauce-based sauce for it and ate it with a vegetable slaw. It's been great, kind of a blank slate. A blank meat slate. What else can I do this with? Can I buy a big-ass hunk of beef and do similar kind of stuff to it? I've made pot roast before, but it's always had canned tomatoes and water and was more stew-like. I don't know if there's a cut I can just slow-roast like a pork shoulder and repurpose in lots of ways. What about chicken, can I do something like that with a fattier cut like thighs?