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Old 08-25-2015, 02:59 PM   #23061  
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Get to work, a sql server is down. And nothing ran over night on the other servers. FFFFFFFUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU
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get to work, we finally got ie11. it's forced in compatibility mode. FFFFFFFUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU
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SQL is one of those technologies which is just barely tolerable, and that only because no cleaner alternative has yet been widely adopted.








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get to work, we finally got ie11. it's forced in compatibility mode. FFFFFFFUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU
That's brutal!

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Found out the OS is corrupted. **** BE CRAY !



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Searing meat does not "seal in" moisture, and in fact may actually cause meat to lose moisture. Generally, the value in searing meat is that it creates a brown crust with a rich flavor via the Maillard reaction.
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Searing meat does not "seal in" moisture, and in fact may actually cause meat to lose moisture. Generally, the value in searing meat is that it creates a brown crust with a rich flavor via the Maillard reaction.
old news, Escoffier.
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Some people believe that food items cooked with wine or liquor will be totally non-alcoholic, because alcohol's low boiling point causes it to evaporate quickly when heated. However, a study found that some of the alcohol remains: 25 percent after one hour of baking or simmering, and 10 percent after two hours; in either case, however, the amount consumed while eating a dish prepared with alcohol will rarely if ever contain sufficient alcohol to cause even low levels of intoxication.
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You've sparked my interest Joe.

How does this affect hot dogs boiled in beer... I needs to know.

If the beer is brought up to boiling temp, have I evaporated all the delicious alcohol?
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get to work, we finally got ie11. it's forced in compatibility mode. FFFFFFFUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU
We were forced to do the same, god damn IE. That was the day I pushed Chrome and FireFox ESR to all our users.

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Sushi does not mean "raw fish", and not all sushi includes raw fish. The name sushi refers to any dish including vinegared rice; raw fish is a common inclusion, but not a necessary one. In the traditional form of sushi unique to the Osaka region, all the ingredients are either cooked or cured; raw fish is never used.
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Placing metal inside a microwave oven does not damage the oven's electronics. There are, however, other safety-related issues: electrical arcing may occur on pieces of metal not designed for use in a microwave oven, and metal objects may become hot enough to damage food, skin, or the interior of the oven. Metallic objects designed for microwave use can be used in a microwave with no danger; examples include the metalized surfaces used in browning sleeves and pizza-cooking platforms
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What is this, useless information day?
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The functional principle of a microwave oven is dielectric heating rather than resonance frequencies of water, and microwave ovens can therefore operate at many frequencies. Water molecules are exposed to intense electromagnetic fields in strong non-resonant microwaves to create heat. The 22 GHz resonant frequency of isolated water molecules has a wavelength too short to penetrate common foodstuffs to useful depths. The typical oven frequency of 2.45 GHz was chosen partly due to its ability to penetrate a food object of reasonable size, and partly to avoid interference with communication frequencies in use when microwave ovens became commercially available.
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The typical oven frequency of 2.45 GHz was chosen partly due to its ability to penetrate a food object of reasonable size, and partly to avoid interference with communication frequencies in use when microwave ovens became commercially available.
We had a particularly cheap microwave in the office that would consistently kill the wifi in the room whenever someone powered it up. Fun times were had
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Fortune cookies, despite being associated with Chinese cuisine in the United States, were in fact invented and brought to the U.S. by the Japanese. The cookies are extremely rare in China, where they are seen as symbols of American cuisine.
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