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Apparently, Bad, and Dude: Freehand Profit liked Domonique . @ChefDomonique You know how racist you have to be to use the N-word during a conference call About Pizza ????? 7/12/18, 1:55 AM 6,247 Retweets 17.5K Likes Sean McGregor @SeanToo Trill-1d ﹀ Replying to @ChefDomonique Like how does that word even work itself into the conversation 3 172 Domonique @ChefDomonique.1d Buddv iust needs to aive me the garlic <p><a href="http://celticpyro.tumblr.com/post/176012420944/curiooftheheart-celticpyro-iirc-he-was" class="tumblr_blog">celticpyro</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="https://curiooftheheart.tumblr.com/post/176012238756/celticpyro-iirc-he-was-talking-about-his" class="tumblr_blog">curiooftheheart</a>:</p><blockquote> <p><a href="http://celticpyro.tumblr.com/post/176012105014/iirc-he-was-talking-about-his-upbringing-and-about" class="tumblr_blog">celticpyro</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>IIRC he was talking about his upbringing and about how racist a neighborhood he grew up in (and that it was terrible how blatantly racist they were in that time and place). In context, he was saying “They would call you the n-word openly” but he actually said the word. <br/></p></blockquote> <p>From what I’m seeing apparently he for some fucking reason decided to claim Colonel Sanders used that word with no public backlash (like the reason is because Papa John himself was getting backlash for comments on NFL protests but even then he really didn’t have to bring up or quote exactly the Colonol). And the thing about a racist neighborhood was to bring up tying black people to trucks and basically keelhauling them…ostensibly in an attempt to go “See I’m from an area that did this and think it’s so I’m not racist.” But the people he was talking to rather reasonably went “Why the fuck would you talk about that???”</p> </blockquote> <p>Okay, that’s fair.<br/></p></blockquote> <p>Yeah that was the context of the statements and it’s like… Maybe you’re not a big racist yourself but holy fuck dude, in this day and age do you not see how you can’t say shit like that on a phone call? There were about a million better ways to communicate “I’m not racist“ or just vaguely say “I remember how bad racism was growing up“. At no point did you need to actually use the N-word or go into graphic descriptions of racist violence.</p>
Apparently, Bad, and Dude: Freehand Profit liked
 Domonique .
 @ChefDomonique
 You know how racist you have to be to
 use the N-word during a conference
 call
 About
 Pizza ?????
 7/12/18, 1:55 AM
 6,247 Retweets 17.5K Likes
 Sean McGregor @SeanToo Trill-1d ﹀
 Replying to @ChefDomonique
 Like how does that word even work
 itself into the conversation
 3
 172
 Domonique @ChefDomonique.1d
 Buddv iust needs to aive me the garlic
<p><a href="http://celticpyro.tumblr.com/post/176012420944/curiooftheheart-celticpyro-iirc-he-was" class="tumblr_blog">celticpyro</a>:</p>

<blockquote><p><a href="https://curiooftheheart.tumblr.com/post/176012238756/celticpyro-iirc-he-was-talking-about-his" class="tumblr_blog">curiooftheheart</a>:</p><blockquote>
<p><a href="http://celticpyro.tumblr.com/post/176012105014/iirc-he-was-talking-about-his-upbringing-and-about" class="tumblr_blog">celticpyro</a>:</p>

<blockquote><p>IIRC he was talking about his upbringing and about how racist a neighborhood he grew up in (and that it was terrible how blatantly racist they were in that time and place). In context, he was saying “They would call you the n-word openly” but he actually said the word. <br/></p></blockquote>

<p>From what I’m seeing apparently he for some fucking reason decided to claim Colonel Sanders used that word with no public backlash (like the reason is because Papa John himself was getting backlash for comments on NFL protests but even then he really didn’t have to bring up or quote exactly the Colonol). And the thing about a racist neighborhood was  to bring up tying black people to trucks and basically keelhauling them…ostensibly in an attempt to go “See I’m from an area that did this and think it’s so I’m not racist.” But the people he was talking to rather reasonably went “Why the fuck would you talk about that???”</p>
</blockquote>
<p>Okay, that’s fair.<br/></p></blockquote>

<p>Yeah that was the context of the statements and it’s like… Maybe you’re not a big racist yourself but holy fuck dude, in this day and age do you not see how you can’t say shit like that on a phone call? There were about a million better ways to communicate “I’m not racist“ or just vaguely say “I remember how bad racism was growing up“. At no point did you need to actually use the N-word or go into graphic descriptions of racist violence.</p>

<p><a href="http://celticpyro.tumblr.com/post/176012420944/curiooftheheart-celticpyro-iirc-he-was" class="tumblr_blog">celticpyro</a>:</p> ...

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Blessed, Food, and Money: FOOD
 THAT
 Growing anything from a seed is impressive but also
 difficult, unless you're blessed with a green thumb.
 THaT MAGICALLY REGEROWS
 ITSELF
 Sure, it saves on money but there has to be an easier way... and there is! You can actually
 grow food from kitchen scraps. There is something very MacGyver about
 It's true! You can upcycle everything from celery scraps to onion butts with
 chance of success. Use organic fruits and vegetables for the best results.
 that, no?
 a great
 Green onions,
 lemongrass,
 leeks, fennel,
 & spring onions
 FOR
 LEMONGRASS
 ONLY
 Place root ends in water but
 don't fully submerge them.
 Change the water daily
 In 3-5 days, growth begins.
 Harvest the greens when full,
 then repeat the process
 Harvest lemongrass once it
 becomes a foot tall. Simply
 cut off what you need without
 uprooting the plant.
 Celery, cabbage,
 romaine lettuce,
 & bok chou
 Submerge the roots,
 leaving the tops above
 the water line.
 Spray with water a couple
 times a week, replacing the
 water every few days. Leaves
 will sprout in about a week.
 Plant the cutting with only the
 leaves above soil. Harvest when
 fully grown, about 5 months.
 Ginger
 Soak the chunk of
 ginger overnight.
 Submerge in moist soil. Keep
 watering until shoots appear
 Ready to harvest in a year.
 Simply remove entire plant,
 use what you need and repeat.

 Onion
 Plant root end and
 lightly cover it in soil.
 Keep soil moist.
 Carefully separate the new
 onions, leaving the roots
 attached, and plant them.
 Occasionally cut the leaves
 down to promote full growth.
 It can take up to 5 months
 for plants to mature enough
 for harvest.
 Garlic
 The bulbs will be ready for
 harvest in early summer
 when the bottom 1/3 of
 the leaves have yellowed.
 The larger the clove, the
 larger the resulting bulb.
 Sit the plant in a sunny window
 keeping the soil moist.
 COMPOST
 REMOVE
 Mushroonm
 Use a mixture of
 compost and soil.
 Plant the mushroom stalk in
 the soil with only the surface
 of it exposed.
 If the cutting takes, new
 growth happens q
 Harvest and repeat.
 uickly

 4 DEEP
 HOLE
 Potatoes&
 Sweet Potatoes
 8 DEPTH
 Cut into 2 pieces, each
 having 1-2 "eyes" on it
 Set pieces out at room
 temp for a few days,
 until fully dry
 St
 ore sweet potatoes in
 a warm, dry place for 2 weeks
 before using. This is what
 makes them sweet.
 12" APART
 Add more soil as the plant
 grows until i is about 6" tall
 Pineapple
 Slice off the green leafy
 top and remove all fruit.
 Carefully remove the
 bottom layers until you
 see root buds.
 Growth happens in the first
 few months but it will be
 Place in water for two
 weeks to form roots.
 2-3 years before harvest.
 WHOLE
 FOODS COOKING STONED
 Content & Design
 Jerry James Stone /@jerryjamesstone
 Chris Rooney/ @looneyrooneycom
 tv
 M A R K E T
<p>¡Comida infinita!</p>

<p>¡Comida infinita!</p>