Politically Correct in Canada? Nah. Just too stupid and immoral to give a damn about creeping sharia in the school system.
Boy oh boy, screwed up Catholics didn’t do a damn bit of good in the 1970′s, when they made their “Winnipeg Statements” against Humanae Vitae.
When you leave God and create a void; you leave a hole and the devil will fill it with any evil, in his bag of tricks.
Fascism, Communism, Isalmism, Gayism you name the “ism” it’s crawling, like a creeping serpent, all over the world.
WAKE UP PEOPLE: Say a Prayer and Pass the Ammunition! Litigious, Spiritual and Electoral Ammunition first. Then, if they don’t wake up then knock ‘em into last week, where they belong.
Am I a quiet woman? No. Saint Joan of Arc was my Patron Saint. So, like her:
I aim, shoot and fire off, when I have to.
I make no apologies for my anger when it is just. St Joan of Arc Center online has the Primary Documents of Saint Joan of Arc’s Trial and exoneration by the Pope. God used her “country girl” personality, to lead the whole army of France. I aim to do the same, in my small way. Except she was young and spunky, however, I am not getting more sedate, in my midlife, I’m getting angrier.
Poor God! Will Jesus find any faith, when He comes back?
This Canadian Yahoo is the Infamous Moron of the Week – because he thinks with his equipment not his soul, which he lost to Satan years ago and it shows! Dad gum idiot!
I feel sorry for those Canadian School Children, who are being Indoctrinated, with Muslim Sharia Laws; especially the little girls.
Thanks for Nothing You Stupid Whiny Dissenting, Catholic Canadian BISHOPS who Openly Disobeyed Pope Paul VI’s statements in HUMANAE VITAE. Shame on all of you!
Now, look at Canada. It’s faithless! A bunch of mentally challenged Muslims, Anti-Catholic Gay Socialists running that country and it’s little kids, into the ground! Wake up, before it’s too late. You’re imploding, your whole country, from within. Shame on you! You’re giving Public Scandal, to the whole world.
Where are the parents of these kids? Why aren’t they defending their kids?
Alternate Kristie Moore, 30, is 5-1/2 months pregnant, making her just the second athlete ever known to be with child during Olympic competition. Ninety years ago, Swedish figure skater Magda Julin won a gold medal at the Antwerp Games of 1920 while in her first trimester.
Though she has started to show (as evidenced in the picture above), Moore says that her pregnancy has not affected her ability to deliver rocks … yet. “[In] the eighth month or so, that might be an issue,” she said.
Moore found out about her pregnancy weeks before team officials invited her to join Team Canada as an alternate. When she divulged her secret, the team was more than supportive. Said team leader Cheryl Bernard, “she is young and fit. There’s no reason we’ll have any problems and she’ll be out there.”
Barring any unforseen problems with the other four members of the team, it’s unlikely Moore would see any action during the Games. During competition her role as an alternate is much like a backup quarterback in football. She’ll be called upon if needed. Moore has said that while she’d like to get out on the ice, doing so would mean having to play at the expense of someone else’s injury.
Team Canada is the gold medal favorite in the women’s curling event, which begins today and runs through next Friday. Even if Moore doesn’t play, she would receive any medal Canada wins.
Yahoo Article is by Chris Chase.
Apparently Nanaimo bars are quite the thing in Canada. So much in fact that most take them for granted or wouldn’t know of their non-existence outside of their northern country. The ingredients in this recipe are all pretty basic and you’ll probably have most of them in your pantry, except one. Custard Powder. Bird’s Custard Powder makes tasty custardy like pudding that’s used outside of the US. It’s not something you find on your local supermarket shelves, so if you wish, you may substitute vanilla pudding powder. We went all out and found our Bird’s Custard Powder at World Market for just under $4. It’s the main flavoring (outside butter) in the middle layer, so we wanted to make sure it was spot on for our first try.
The results were more than decadent and this recipe can be adapted in all sorts of ways. The creamy middle layer allows for extra things like cinnamon, peppermint or orange to be added to give an extra kick to these already perfect sweets.
Nanaimo Bar Recipe
Yields: 40-64 bars
Adapted from: City of Nanaimo via Eclectic Cook
½ cup unsalted butter
¼ cup sugar
5 tablespoons cocoa powder
1 egg beaten
1 ¼ cups graham cracker crumbs
½ cups finely chopped almonds
1 cup coconut
Melt first 3 ingredients in top of double boiler. Add egg and stir to cook and thicken (Roughly 3 minutes). Remove from heat. Stir in crumbs, coconut, and nuts. Press firmly into an ungreased 8″ x 8″ pan.
½ cup unsalted butter
2 tablespoons and 2 Tsp. cream
2 tablespoons vanilla custard powder
2 cups icing sugar
Cream butter, cream, custard powder, and icing sugar together well. Beat until light. Spread over bottom layer.
4 ounces semi-sweet chocolate
2 tablespoons unsalted butter
Melt chocolate and butter over low heat. Cool. Once cool, but still liquid, pour over second layer and chill in refrigerator. Cut into 1 inch squares (trust us, their quite rich) and serve slightly chilled and with a tall glass of milk!