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This is our tiny Bichon Blossom showing who is boss in our home by blocking our Coon-hound or Tenn. Walker - bird dog. We adopted Blossom in 1999 & we had just adopted Valentine the hound on Valentine's Day of 2013. I did this video a few weeks after Valentine became a part of our family.

We lost our little girl Blossom in the summer of 2013. Blossom was the Queen of our home and ruled over our 2 hound dog boys.

If you are looking for a animal to be part of your family, please use one of the rescue services. A rescue animal will almost always fit into any family. I drove over 500 miles one way to pick up Valentine at the Humane Society in Boone, NC.

I would do it again tomorrow without question!

Part 1 is at - - - https://www.bitchute.com/video/jLYS10ufaOap/

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Because it shows President Donald John Trump to be the right man at the right time to lead the United States of America & why all the liberal fear him so greatly.

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Good day and shalom to you my friends.

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See part 1 and details of Patriots Point, SC - at - - - https://www.bitchute.com/video/ELqiXuZF4kJn/

For more information see https://www.patriotspoint.org/explore/uss-yorktown/ and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS_Yorktown_(CV-10)

The first link provides all the information on visiting the 3 ships.

This was my first stop on my two week mini vacation trip. I underestimated the time needed to see this memorial. Besides the Yorktown there is a US Navy destroyer and US navy submarine from the 1950's era. I would recommend giving yourself at least 5 hours if you want to see all three ships. There is a great park where you can have a picnic lunch in between touring the 3 ships. My stops during this time included the Battleship USS North Carolina, then in Norfolk, VA the USS Wisconsin. While in Norfolk I made a stop to visit the General Douglas MacArthur museum. It is now in 2 buildings. Well worth seeing if you are in Norfolk. Before going on board the Wisconsin, you go through the Nauticus Naval Museum. It is well worth taking an hour or two even to see this museum.

From here I traveled across the south visiting family and friends. Making my last stop at Mobile Alabama. Here you have a memorial to the Korean war and veterans. There are a large number of military aircraft, tanks and field guns to view before you get to the Battleship USS Alabama. Before going on the Alabama, I toured the USS Drum. A World War II US Navy submarine. Go visit this submarine now if you can. They still have veteran US submariners on the boat giving stories of the US subs and their lives.

This was my last stop before coming home. I would recommend 5-6 hours to see all the memorials in Mobile. Again a great setting by the bay for a picnic lunch or late dinner even.

USS Yorktown (CV/CVA/CVS-10) is one of 24 Essex-class aircraft carriers built during World War II for the United States Navy. She is named after the Battle of Yorktown of the American Revolutionary War, and is the fourth U.S. Navy ship to bear the name. Initially to have been named Bon Homme Richard, she was renamed Yorktown while under construction to commemorate USS Yorktown (CV-5), lost at the Battle of Midway in June 1942. Yorktown was commissioned in April 1943, and participated in several campaigns in the Pacific Theater of Operations, earning 11 battle stars and the Presidential Unit Citation.

Decommissioned shortly after the end of the war, she was modernized and recommissioned in the early 1950s as an attack carrier (CVA), and then eventually became an antisubmarine carrier (CVS). She was recommissioned too late to participate in the Korean War but served for many years in the Pacific, including duty in the Vietnam War, in which she earned five battle stars. Late in her career she served as a recovery ship for the Apollo 8 space mission, was used in the movie Tora! Tora Tora!

Which recreated the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and in the science fiction film The Philadelphia Experiment. Yorktown was decommissioned in 1970 and in 1975 became a museum ship at Patriot's Point, Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. She is a National Historic Landmark. For more information see https://www.patriotspoint.org/explore/uss-yorktown/ and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS_Yorktown_(CV-10)

Below are a a 4URL's that provides excellent information on this museum ship.

The Drum was moored in the waters behind the Battleship Alabama, until she was badly damaged by the storm surge of hurricane Georges in 1998. The Alabama sustained damage from hurricane Katrina in Aug., 2005. The Drum was removed from the water and is setup on blocks near the Alabama. A couple of our shipmates have been working to restore the Drum on their own time and expense since 2000. If you have the time this submarine is well worth touring.

There are a couple older sailors from the time of the Drum still giving great information on the Drum and other submarines.

This was my last stop on my road trip to visit US Navy museum ships.
http://www.ussalabama.com/submarine-uss-drum/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS_Drum_(SS-228)
http://www.drum228.org/
http://www.navsource.org/archives/08/08228.htm

We adopted Valentino - a 6-7 year old Tenn. Walker hound or known as a bird dog from the Jacksonville Humane Society. We already had a small hound Bogey & our Bichon Frise Blossom. My wife found Valentino's photo in our local paper and he was up for adoption. The photo only showed his head. The story did state that he hip dysplasia. When he would run, his back legs would give out.

My wife wanted him. I took Bogey our small hound with me to make sure that the two males would get along. To my surprise Valentino was about 70 Lbs, but he was gentle and loving. He was named by the Humane Society Valentino because of the heart shape on his side and his loving nature.

About 6 years later on a early Sat. morning we knew something was wrong with Valentino. If we touched his side or tummy he would cry in pain. I could not lift him up into our SUV because it caused him so much pain. I used our car which he could clime into. Our vet after looking at him recommended we talk Valentino to the Emergency & Critical Care Pet Hospital. I did so around noon that day.

They gave me a price of $2000. to just over $2300. for the care from Sat. 1pm to Mon. 7:30am. We agreed to the charge. I called at 5pm Sat. to see how our Valentino was doing. The vet was busy & I was told she would call us back. No one called. I called again at 8pm & the vet said our dog was "improving" and had eaten a little. We called Sun. at noon to let them know we would come at 1pm to visit our dog. They kept us waiting in the lobby for an hour, before we got to see our dog. We were led to a room where he was on a towel on cold floor & his condition was far worst than the day before.

Then they tried to hit us up for another $1000. or $1200. They were not sure which~! They said we needed to re-negotiate the contract from the day before? Sat. I signed a contract for care until Mon. morning at 7:30am. This was not even the vet, I do not know what his position was.. Finally the vet came in. Our dog she said now had a collapsed lung. Instead of talking about what to do to help, she was only interested in another $1000. or $1200. After 30 minutes of nothing we left.

I told these people we would be back Mon. morning to take our dog to our reg. vet to have him put to sleep. He was clearly in pain & these people only gave a damn about how much money they could bleed us for~! Sun. evening they called our house to say they could keep him to Mon. morning for either $350. or $500. Now they had dropped their extra charge down by $500. to $700.~! We arrived at 7:15am Monday & they keep us waiting until 8am. I feel that this vet & company pray on grieving pet owners.

I made a number of complaints, videos and sent notices warning other families of this ripoff scam. Finally one day I drove by their location and the bastards (Were Out Of Business).

Being a pain in the ass sometimes really pays off and it cost scammers their business.

1944: Upon leaving the vicinity of Truk, the USS Alabama began steaming toward the large islands and Japanese air bases of the Marianas to screen the aircraft carriers in heavy air raids on the islands of Tinian, Saipan, and Guam. During these air attacks on the Marianas, Alabama, while fighting against Japanese air attacks on 21 February, accidentally fired her 5 in (130 mm), 38 caliber, dual-purpose gun mount number nine into gun mount number five. Five sailors died, and 11 more were wounded in the mishap. The twenty 5-inch dual-purpose guns of Alabama were her major, long-range, radar-directed anti-aircraft guns, as well as forming her secondary armament for ship-to-ship combat and shore bombardments.

After the carrier air strikes were completed on 22 February 1944, Alabama conducted a sweep of the ocean southeast of Saipan, looking for damaged enemy ships, and finding none, she then returned to Majuro Atoll on 26 February. There she served temporarily as the flagship for Vice Admiral Marc Mitscher, the Commander of the Fast Carrier Task Force, called Task Force 58 at that time, from the third to the eighth of March. The battleship's next mission was to screen the fast carriers while they projected air strikes against Japanese positions on the islands of Palau, Yap, Ulithi, and Woleai, in the Caroline Islands.

She steamed out from Majuro on 22 March with Task Force 58, in the screen of the carrier Yorktown. On the night of 29 March, about six enemy warplanes approached Task Group 58.3, with which Alabama was operating, and four planes broke off to attack ships in the vicinity of the battleship. Alabama helped in shooting down some of these aircraft and driving the rest away.

See the following link for more detail: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS_Alabama_(BB-60)

For the next ten days, Alabama underwent a period of overhaul, repair, and shore leave for the sailors. This work completed, Alabama departed from Norfolk on 20 August, bound for the Pacific Ocean. She transited the Panama Canal five days later, and then steamed across the Pacific. She reached her assigned destination of Havannah Harbor, Efate Island, the New Hebrides Islands, in the southwestern Pacific, on 14 September. Following a month and a half of exercises and training with fast carrier task groups, Alabama steamed to the Fiji Islands, arriving on 7 November.

Alabama steamed out of port on 11 November to take part in Operation Galvanic, the assault on the Japanese-held Gilbert Islands. The battleship screened the fast carriers, for defense against surface and air attacks, while they launched air attacks on Jaluit and Milli Atolls, in the Marshall Islands, attempting to neutralize Japanese airfields located there, within range of the Gilberts. Alabama supported the U.S. Marine landings on the main island Betio of the Tarawa Atoll on 20 November, and soon afterwards, she supported the U.S. Army landing on Makin Atoll.

During the night of 26 November, Alabama twice opened up antiaircraft fire to drive off Japanese aircraft that approached her task group. On 8 December, Alabama along with five other fast battleships, bombarded Nauru Island, an enemy phosphate-producing center, causing severe damage to shore installations there. Firing some 535 large caliber rounds in the bombardment, she also took the destroyer Boyd alongside, after that warship had received a direct hit from a Japanese shore battery on Nauru. Alabama took aboard three wounded sailors for treatment by the battleship's doctors – since the smaller warships did not have doctors.

Alabama next escorted the aircraft carriers Bunker Hill and the Monterey back to the port of Efate, arriving on 12 December. The battleship departed from the New Hebrides on 5 January 1944 for Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. arriving on 12 January. She underwent a brief stint in the large dry dock at the Pearl Harbor Navy Yard. The major need for dry dock repair was the replacement of her port outboard screw, one of her four propellers. Alabama was soon underway again to return to the combat area of the Pacific Ocean. 1944: The USS Alabama reached Funafuti, the Ellice Islands, on 21 January 1944, and there she rejoined the Fast Carrier Task Forces. She was assigned to Task Group 58.2, which was centered around the carrier Essex and light carriers.

Alabama left the Ellice Islands on 25 January to help carry out "Operation Flintlock", the wresting of selected members of the Marshall Islands, such as Kwajalein Atoll and Eniewetok Atoll, from the Japanese. Alabama, South Dakota, and North Carolina bombarded Roi Islet on 29 January and Namur Islet on 30 January. She fired 330 rounds of 16 in (410 mm) shells and 1,562 rounds of 5 in (130 mm) ammunition toward Japanese targets, destroying planes, airfield facilities, blockhouses, other buildings, and artillery emplacements. Over the following days of this campaign, Alabama patrolled the area north of Kwajalein.

On 12 February, Alabama sortied out with the aircraft carrier Bunker Hill 's Task Group, and many other members of the Fast Carrier Task Force to launch very major carrier air attacks on the Japanese installations, aircraft, and shipping at the major Japanese Central Pacific base of Truk Atoll. This large series of air attacks, flown on 16 and 17 February, caused heavy damage to all of the Japanese airfields, and other installations, and the enemy shipping that had remained there. Very little of the Imperial Japanese Navy fleet, which had used Truk as a major forward base for years, remained there, since it had already departed northwards to safer waters.

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More to come my fellow American Patriots - Shalom

Construction and commissioning: Alabama was laid down on 1 February 1940 by the Norfolk Navy Yard, launched on 16 February 1942, and sponsored by Henrietta McCormick Hill, wife of J. Lister Hill, the senior Senator from Alabama. Secretary of the Navy Frank Knox, spoke at the launching ceremony: " As Alabama slides down the ways today, she carries with her a great name and a great tradition. We cannot doubt that before many months have passed she will have had her first taste of battle. The Navy welcomes her as a new queen among her peers.

In the future, as in the past, may the name Alabama ever stand for fighting spirit and devotion to a cause." Alabama was commissioned on 16 August 1942, with Captain George B. Wilson in command. World War II: After fitting out, USS Alabama commenced her shakedown cruise in Chesapeake Bay on 11 November 1942. As the year 1943 began, the new battleship headed north to conduct operational training out of Casco Bay, Maine. She returned to Chesapeake Bay on 11 January to carry out the last week of shakedown training. Following a period of availability and logistics support at Norfolk, Alabama was assigned to Task Group 22.2 (TG 22.2), and returned to Casco Bay for tactical maneuvers on 13 February 1943.

With the movement of substantial British strength toward the Mediterranean theater to prepare for the invasion of Sicily, the Royal Navy lacked the heavy ships necessary to cover the northern convoy routes. The British appeal for help on those lines soon led to the temporary assignment of Alabama and South Dakota to the Home Fleet. On 2 April 1943, Alabama, as part of Task Force 22 (TF 22), sailed for the Orkney Islands with her sister ship and a screen of five destroyers. Proceeding via Little Placentia Sound and Naval Station Argentia, Newfoundland, the battleship reached Scapa Flow on 19 May, reporting for duty with Task Force 61 and becoming a unit of the British Home Fleet. She soon embarked on a period of intensive operational training to coordinate joint operations. Early in June, Alabama and her sister ship, along with British Home Fleet units, covered the reinforcement of the garrison on the island of Spitzbergen, which lay on the northern flank of the convoy route to Russia, in an operation that took the ship across the Arctic Circle. Soon after her return to Scapa Flow, she was inspected by Admiral Harold R. Stark, Commander, United States Naval Forces, Europe.

Shortly thereafter, in July, Alabama participated in "Operation Governor", a diversion aimed toward southern Norway, which was an attempt to draw the German military's attention away from the real Allied target, the Italian island of Sicily. This operation had also been carried out in an attempt to lure the Tirpitz out of her northern Norwegian seaport and into battle, but Nazi Germany's Kriegsmarine (navy) did not rise to this challenge. Tirpitz remained in her port in a northern Norwegian fjord. Alabama was detached from the British Home Fleet on 1 August 1943, and, in company with the USS South Dakota and their screening destroyers, steamed for Norfolk, Virginia, arriving there on 9 August.

See: http://www.ussalabama.com/ & http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS_Alabama_(BB-60) for complete details of the USS Alabama & the Memorial Park.

USS Alabama (BB-60), a South Dakota-class battleship, was the sixth ship of the United States Navy named after the US state of Alabama. Alabama was commissioned in 1942 and served in World War II in the Atlantic and Pacific theaters. She was decommissioned in 1947 and assigned to the reserve duty. She was retired in 1962. In 1964, Alabama was taken to Mobile Bay and opened as a museum ship the following year. The ship was added to the National Historic Landmark registry in 1986.

The USS Alabama was built in the Norfolk Naval Shipyard. Laid down: 1 Feb. 1940. Launched 16 Feb. 1942. Commissioned: 16 Aug. 1942. Decommissioned 9 Jan. 1947. Nickname "Lucky A". Honors & Awards: 9 Battle Stars. Museum ship since 11 June, 1964.

Class & Type: South Dakota Class 1939 battleship. Displacement: 35,000 long tons standard. Length 680 ft. Beam: 108.2 ft. Draft 36.2 ft. Propulsion: Oil fired steam turbines, 4 shafts. Max speed: 27.5 knots. Range: 15,000 nmi Crew: 1793 officers and men.

Armament: 9 × 16 in (410 mm)/45 cal Mark 6 guns
20 × 5 in (130 mm)/38 cal guns
24 × Bofors 40 mm guns
22 × Oerlikon 20 mm cannons (ever-increasing)
Aircraft carried: 2 -OS2U Kingfisher scout planes.

Berthed at Nauticus, the Battleship Wisconsin is one of the largest and last battleships ever built by the U.S. Navy. This is a big ship to visit, but they had a number of areas closed. You had to purchase an additional pass for a 2ns tour to see the bridge and other areas of interest. This was a disappointment on my visit as it was not available at the time. USS Wisconsin (BB-64), "Wisky" or "WisKy", is an Iowa-class battleship, the second ship of the United States Navy to be named in honor of the U.S. state of Wisconsin.

It was built at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and launched on 7 December 1943 (the second anniversary of the Pearl Harbor raid), sponsored by the wife of Governor Walter Goodland of Wisconsin. During the ship's career, Wisconsin served in the Pacific Theater of World War II, where it shelled Japanese fortifications and screened United States aircraft carriers as they conducted air raids against enemy positions.

During the Korean War, Wisconsin shelled North Korean targets in support of United Nations and South Korean ground operations, after which it was decommissioned. The ship was reactivated 1 August 1986, modernised and participated in Operation Desert Storm in January and February 1991. Wisconsin was last decommissioned in September 1991, having earned a total of six battle stars for service in World War II and Korea, as well as a Navy Unit Commendation for service during the January/February 1991 Gulf War.

It currently functions as a museum ship operated by Nauticus, The National Maritime Center in Norfolk, Virginia. Wisconsin was struck from the Naval Vessel Register (NVR) 17 March 2006, and, as of 14 December 2009, has been donated for permanent use as a museum ship. On 15 April 2010, the City of Norfolk officially took over ownership of the ship. for more information

visit: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS_Wisc...)

& https://nauticus.org/

You may use just about any kind of beef to make this recipe. I normally use Top Sirloin steak. If you really want to make it special - try using a good "Rib Eye Steak", ummm - that is really fantastic tasting. If you do use a rib eye first cook it on the grill like you normally would. Then follow the instructions to make the spicy beef jerky. Since the steak has already been cooked on the grill - you only need to smoke the jerky in your oven for an hour or so on very low heat.

About 200 degrees. Next time you do rib eyes on the grill save one or two to make jerky out of them.

INGREDIENTS:

1 pound of steak, trimmed and cut into thin strips.

Then cut into bite size pieces.

1/2 Cup of Worcestershire Sauce

1/2 Cup of Soy Sauce

1/4 Cup of Brown Sugar

4 Cloves of garlic - diced or (4-5) teaspoons of garlic powder.

2 Teaspoons of dried ground cayenne pepper

2 Teaspoons of fresh ground black pepper.

1 Teaspoon of onion powder

DIRECTIONS:

Combine all ingredients except the (meat) in a sealed plastic bowl & mix well. Add steak and marinate for up to 24 hours in the refrigerator. The longer you marinate the spicier the beef will be. If you are going to use your outdoor smoker then smoke the beef for about 3-4 hours at about 150 degrees. Remove the meat from your marinade and lay it out on a sheet of foil. Spread the meat evenly. Place the meat in the smoker until the surface of the meat begins to blacken. You may want to add a little more of your marinated on the beef as it is cooking. Keep a close check on the beef so it does not burn.

***If you do not have a smoker, you can use your oven to do the work. If you use the oven just add "Liquid Smoke" on the beef & then marinate the meat. The longer you leave the meat in the oven, the dryer it will become. I like to add a little marinate to the meat so it is not so dry & it increases the flavor a lot in doing this.

I used a 6 1/2 lbs pork shoulder. Mix ingredients. Wash roast off. Rub down with Mustard. Put rub on pork butt. Rap in foil. Smoke at 225-250 for 5 - 6 hours.

Ingredients: 1 tablespoon fresh ground pepper

1 teaspoon oregano (Mexican if available)

1 teaspoon garlic powder

1 tablespoon celery salt 3 tablespoons kosher salt 1/4 cup brown sugar

1 tablespoon ground cumin 2 tablespoons paprika Wood Chips:

For my smoker. They are hickory & I soaked them in a bowl of bourbon whiskey overnight. I will add water to the wood chips while they are in the smoker. Once you remove your ham or pork shoulder cut away some of the fat. At least that is what I like to do. I use just a knife and a fork to shred the pork. Then I store the pork in a air tight plastic bowl. A future recipe will be making a homemade pizza on the grill. As well as Slow Cooker Guinness Stew that I think any meat & potato person will absolutely love.

George Soros has controlled the democrat party for over a decade. Soros started with his little puppet - Barack Hussein Ob☭ma and Soro's tried to kill off our country with his other little puppet - Hillary Rotten Clint☭n. Soros is the head of the DYING DNC. We need to cut the head of the snake and completely destroy the communist DNC this Nov.

More to come my fellow American Patriots - Shalom

US Army Col. Gregory D. Gadson is a real life hero both in the military and in everyday life. Col. Gadson lost both of his legs in May 2007, from an IED bomb & continues this day serving in the US Army. Colonel Gadson is the Commander of Fort Belvoir, VA and he oversees daily operations of the post. He is a graduate of West Point, the class of 1989. I learned of Col. Gadson when I watched the movie - Battleship. He had a major role in this movie. If you want to read about a real life hero Google his name. It is time well spent on a good man.

Kavanaugh/Trump/America Won. Liberals get over yourselves and move to another damn country.

2 Tbsp bacon fat, lard or vegetable oil ( I cooked up 5 strips of thick "Maple flavored bacon") & used that in place of lard or veg. oil. Cut up the bacon after you saute it in your dutch oven or pot. I have a large dutch oven that I prefer to use for recipes like this.

1 medium onion, sliced from root to tip 1 ham hock 4 garlic cloves, pealed & then smashed 1 quart Beef broth (32 oz) 2 cups water 8-10 cups chopped collard greens, about 2 pounds Red pepper flakes (to taste).

They can & will add a kick to your collards. So be careful how much you put in. I used maybe 3-5 tbsp as I like spicy. Salt & pepper to taste. Season Salt to taste. 1 Can field peas seasoned with snaps (Optional). You may add any number of other items. Such as jalapeno peppers, tomatoes. It is all up to your taste.

I did not add these this time. Vinegar and hot sauce to taste (after they are cooked). 1 Heat the bacon fat in a large pot set over medium-high heat. Saute the onion in the bacon fat, stirring often, until the edges begin to brown, about 5-6 minutes. Add the ham hock, smashed garlic, beef stock and water and bring to a simmer. Cover and cook for 1 hour. Use Dutch oven. 2 Add the collard greens to the pot and cook until tender, another 1 and 1/2 hours to 2 hours

3 To serve, fish out the ham hock, pull the meat off the bones and chop. Mix the meat back with the greens and serve with vinegar and hot sauce at the table.

It looks like Judge Kavanaugh will be voted to the US Supreme Court sometime this weekend. Even with the traitor Senator Lisa Murkowski joining with the George Soros Communist Democrat party.

More to come my fellow American Patriots - Shalom

1 Large package Imitation crab meat 2 dozen large ship.

6-8 Spring or green onions Season salt (to taste) Garlic powder (to taste).

Real Mayo (1 large jar). Maybe more.

1 large box Macaroni shells. Dice up the crab meat into small pieces.

Boil your shrimp and dice into small pieces. Chop up the onions into small pieces. Boil the macaroni to the directions on the box. Drain well. In a large bowl mix in the macaroni shells, crab meat, the shrimp and onions. Begin to fold in the mayo.

Add the salt and garlic to your taste as you fold the salad over for a couple minutes. Cover the dish when you are finished and put in your refrigerator for a day. The flavors really come out after setting for a few hours. When you remove the salad from your refrigerator you will need to add more mayo.

The cold tends to dry up the mayo after setting. This dish came from my aunt many years ago and it is delicious. You can keep this in your refrigerator for up to 5-6 days, but I doubt it will last that long. It taste so good it should be gone very quickly.

China is working closely with people of the DNC to disrupt the 2018 midterm. China is targeting American citizens who support President Trump. China wants to help the DNC to replace (Impeach) President Trump with someone that (Beijing) can control and then that would turn all of the USA into a puppet state of Communist China.

The Communist Democrat party of America are using China's tactics against conservatives. Violent attack, death threats, murder and propaganda lies. We are at a crossroads in history. We must completely destroy & bury the Anti-American Socialist Democratic party and kill it off forever.

More to come my fellow American Patriots - Shalom

The survival of our country is at stake and their can be no higher stakes in our lives.

Blumenthal = A Blooming liar about his Vietnam service.

Booker = A Hypocrite. As he bragged about assaulting women.

Feinstein = Senile hate filled *(dying liberal.) *That is the best kind of liberal.

3/4 lb vermicelli pasta or thin spaghetti 1 lb bulk sweet Italian sausage 1/4 pound shiitake or cremini mushrooms, roughly chopped 1 medium onion, chopped, about 1 1/2 cups 2 cloves garlic, minced 1/4 teaspoon red pepper flakes 3 cups or 24 ounces of marinara or meatless tomato sauce* 1 1/2 cups water 1 Tbsp Italian seasoning 1/4 cup chopped fresh parsley 1 Tbsp olive oil plus more for greasing the casserole dish 1 cup grated Parmesan cheese 2 eggs, beaten 1 cup ricotta cheese 2-3 cups shredded mozzarella cheese.

I did this recipe this past weekend for 10 people at a poker party. I used 2 lbs of hamburger & 1 lb of spicy sausage. I pan fried the hamburger (lightly browning) and the same with the link spicy sausage. I then cut the sausage in bite size pieces. Next I sauted a sweet onion and a couple mild peppers. I then mixed all this in a bowl. If you like you can add your favorite sauce.

This recipe you (Layer) I used a throw away alum. pan. 13x18". I layered the bottom of the pan with spaghetti. I then added a layer of the meat/veggie. Then a layer of Sharp cheddar cheese. Repeat one more time. Then bake covered by tin foil for 40 minutes at 350%. Uncover and bake 20 minutes. Let set for 10 minutes and serve. Perfect meal & you can freeze leftovers.

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