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Monday, July 31, 2023
Sunday, July 16, 2023
I'll admit it's not my invention. I actually saw it on a vegan UTube channel and since I'm not a vegan, I adjusted it to include dairy.
It takes you about 3 minutes to make it. The equipment you need is a blender/mixer and a freezer. Plus 3 basic ingredients: bananas, (frozen) mixed berries and plain cream cheese.
Peel the bananas, cut them in pieces and place in the freezer for several hours. (I used 2 big bananas for 4 portions). Take as many as you need, put into a blender, add enough frozen berries of any kind, then cream cheese to taste and blend till it looks like in the picture or to a desired consistency. You can also blend/mix them in steps, 1st bananas, then adding berries and finally cream. I tried it both ways and found mixing them all together easier but it's just me.
You'll get some soft ice cream so eat immediately. It has no added sugar and just as much fat as you yourself desire, depending on how much cream cheese you use. 1-2 tsp per portion was enough for me, just to make it thicker and creamier. Of course, you can also add jam or decorate it with fresh berries or whatever you wish actually.
Saturday, July 15, 2023
Friday, July 14, 2023
which makes you fat. It's not the government conspiracy, either. Just a simple case of calories in - calories out combined with decline in home cooking:
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) reports that the average American ate almost 20% more calories in the year 2000 than they did in 1983, thanks, in part, to a boom in meat consumption. Today, each American puts away an average of 195lbs of meat every year, compared to just 138lbs in the 1950's. Consumption of added fats also shot up by around two thirds over the same period, and grain consumption rose 45% since 1970...
Other research suggests Americans burn 120 to 140 fewer calories a day than they did 50 years ago. Add this to the higher amount of calories we are packing in, and we get a perfect recipe for weight gain...
Over the past years, diet fads have come and gone, with people rushing to blame red meat, dairy, wheat, fat, sugar, etc. for making them fat, but in reality, the problem is much simpler. Genetics and age do strongly influence metabolism, but as the CDC points out, weight gain and loss is primarily a formula of total calories consumed versus total calories used.
Thursday, July 13, 2023
Well may be not psychology itself but its practitioners?
So I read a transcript of a video by a lady psychologist. I say 'read' because I had no time to listen to this drivel:)
I learned the following: all children are born absolutely innocent, in a "blank slate" state. Whatever wrong things they may do throughout their life is always their parents' fault and never their own.
Parents traumatise their children by saying "no" to them. If you say "no" to your child, unless his life is in danger or he puts someone else's life in danger, then he later will need years of therapy to undo the harm. You should basically allow him to do whatever he wants.
When your small child is doing things like throwing the earth out of the flower pots together with plants or keeps eating dog food or displays any similar behaviour you shouldn't try to correct it. It's perfectly normal at his age and will traumatise him if you do. Instead, child-proof your home by getting rid of all these things.
Your child is financially dependent on you and it's unfair and unequal. Thus, you should buy him whatever he wants whenever he wants it, especially toys and other kinds of presents, otherwise he'll be traumatised for life and will need years of therapy.
If you ever raise your voice while speaking to your children...oh dear. Well, you get the point. I may have forgotten something but that basically sums her lecture up.
No wonder the family is so screwed nowadays...
Wednesday, July 12, 2023
Summer is upon us again, you know that season when many women and (some) men appear to have real difficulty with keeping their clothes on.
In the Scriptures going around naked was a sign of demonic possession (Luke 8:27). I wonder what does it really say about our culture...
Tuesday, July 11, 2023
Beware of those selling you supplements online:
So, this global detox market was valued at over $51 billion last year. And I don't mean to laugh, but that's a lot of money. We're talking about cold-pressed juice. We're talking about slimming tea. Because of this $51 billion, you would think these work, right? People are buying them and spending a lot of money on them.
Dr. Ryan Marino
Yeah. But I think that's just a lot of, a lot of scamming going on.
Monday, July 10, 2023
The reason number 1001 people hate Boomers:
Share this with whomever needs to know this. Don't ever think you can top a Boomer ... sorry that's how I feel.
–Your grandma wore very short mini skirts, thin panties, high boots, and no bra...
–She listened to Led Zeppelin, The Beatles, Janis Joplin, and Rolling Stones.
–She rode on motorcycles and fast cars.
–She smoked tobacco and other things...
–She drank gin-tonics, whiskey, and whatever...
–She came home at 4 am and left for work in the morning...
Know that you will never be as cool as your grandma.
Excuse me but someone had to say it!
(Copied a copy)
Yes, I know not everyone was like this. Yet, those who were are still unrepentant.
Friday, July 7, 2023
After seeing how Amazon demolished The Silmarillion and Disney pillaged both Indiana Jones and Star Wars, Netflix has decided to join the fun by defacing The Chronicles of Narnia.
Netflix has the rights to make Chronicles of Narnia movies now, and it has chosen actor and director Greta Gerwig to make said movies. I’m not joking. Netflix wants her to write and direct two Narnia films.
I watched two first original Narnia movies. The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe is quite decent. Prince Caspian, on the other hand, is full of grrrl power so I stopped watching after it. Not sure how many were really made, I think three. I can only imagine how bad the new version will be. Yet I bet there still will be many who will watch it, including Christians, while complaining how it's not really what they expected. The reason so-called conservatives keep losing is simple: they can't even sacrifice some mindless entertainment for the sake of their principles.
Thursday, July 6, 2023
European ( British in this case) aristocrats: screwing peasants since...forever:
Tuesday, July 4, 2023
An interesting article and discussion:
Consider the following comparison.
Nonfiction book that excited the educated classes circa 1820: Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit
Nonfiction book that excited the educated classes circa 1920: Spengler’s Decline of the West
Nonfiction book that excited the educated classes circa 2020: Kendi’s How to be an Antiracist