General Discussion, Monday, May 4, 2020

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46 Responses to General Discussion, Monday, May 4, 2020

  1. Lucille says:

    Stellars…

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  2. auscitizenmom says:

    Mornin’ Lucille, everyone……………….everyone? Well, mornin’ when you get here. 🙂

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  3. stella says:

    Good morning everybody! When I looked out in the back yard this morning, I noticed that my lilac blooms are forming.

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    • Sharon says:

      My two lilac bushes are in the ending stage – they are so enjoyable on so many levels.

      Stella, that pic at the top is SO our 1950s farm house and lilac bushes! Wow – sort of grabbed my heart and took me back.

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      • stella says:

        It reminds me of my mom’s family home too. The huge lilac is still there. My own lilac has become so large that I need to cut it back, but hate to do it.

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        • Sharon says:

          One of my lilacs is a good-looking bush about 15′ high…I decided a couple of years ago to just keep it cleaned up but it really is a nice shape so am letting it go otherwise.

          The other one is shorter and needed trimming back and shaping, which I did last year, so it’s a little reduced this year. I hope it recovers well over the next couple of years.

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    • Lucille says:

      Good day to you, Stella! Love Tucker’s interest in beauty.

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      • stella says:

        He was eating the flowers, so it was more an interest in taste.

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        • Lucille says:

          Lilac flavor profile…
          Lilac’s flavor is sweetly floral with faint citrus notes; they give a light lemony flavor when used to flavor food. There are also mild bitter notes if you eat the petals fresh, along with a slight astringency.

          Ref: Lilac: A Flower With True Flavor – SPICEography

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          • Gary says:

            Dog flavor profile….
            It smells good, therefore it tastes good too.

            Ref: Tucker-Above photo

            Hello Stella and Lucille, my bad…I just had to.

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  4. WeeWeed says:

    Mornin’ all!

    Liked by 6 people

  5. czarina33 says:

    For all my fellow Star Wars fans: May the Fourth be with you!

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  6. Lucille says:

    Beautiful photo of Öland, Sweden…a small island (518 sq.mi.) in the Baltic Sea off the southeast coast of Sweden….

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  7. glendl says:

    Good Morning Everyone

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    • glendl says:

      To start this out, Stefan Halper, Christopher Andrew, both professors at Cambridge University and parttime operatives for the FBI. Halper has Andrew to ask Svetlana Lokhov (Russian born doctoral student, now a citizen of the UK, about age 35) to attend a dinner with General Flynn and to show him the sites in the area.
      Halper asks Lokhova to speak with David Ignatius and that he is a fair reporter. Ignatius had already been given the lie that Lokhova was a Russian agent who had compromised Flynn. Halper had set up Lokhova because nothing had happened and Ignatius was not fair.
      The FBI had choreographed this because they needed a reason to investigate Flynn.
      Flynn’s job involved speaking with foreign officials. Flynn knew all such conversations were recorded as a matter of form.
      Leaking that phone call was a serious violation of the law.
      – Flynn knew where there was dead weight and bad actors in the Intelligence Community and had planned to get rid of them, Comey is one of them He (Flynn) had to go.

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  8. stella says:

    Vegetarian dinner this evening. A large Russet potato (the expensive ones I ordered through Amazon that were shipped from Wyoming.) I still have quite a few of these potatoes left, they are in perfect condition, and were received on April 16. Most of them are HUGE! I cooked the smallest one in the basket. Also had roasted french green beans in garlic extra virgin olive oil, salt and pepper.

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  9. jeans2nd says:

    My deer were back tonight, and brought friends. They munched on the new grass that should have been mowed today but wasn’t. They came all the way up to my kitchen window.

    Having had deer, turkey, and other assorted creatures for some 20 years living out in East Township, not seeing them was a treat sorely missed.
    Who says Our Lord does not take care of the little things in life?

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