Robots to Do More In Military

According to an article in Breitbart, robots will be taking over more and more dangerous jobs in the military.

Okay. I can easily see that.

I’m thinking about movies in the future. Instead of action heroes like Schwarzenegger, we will have droid 1119732A. I can see the scene:

droid 2371123C: You will stand down 1119732A.
droid 1119732A: While I acknowledge your authority, I can not comply 2371123C.
droid 2371123C: 1119732A don’t be a hero. You have less than 2 days until retirement.
droid 1119732A: Exactly. My programming tells me that I must neutralize the Anarchy Enforcer Cybernetic assault force before that occurs.
droid 2371123C: You are but one droid, they are legion.
droid 1119732A: (with a jaunty revving of his servos) The greater the glory. Courage is logical in this instance. Do not make my last act a cybernetic anomaly.
droid 2371123C: I see your logic. Go forth and conquer 1119732A.

Sous-vide Rib-eye Magic

I have just finished the finest rib-eye steak that I have ever had the privilege of eating. I used the sous-vide process and it was fantastic!

The sous-vide process is straightforward. You cook food, usually meat or fish, in vacuum packs. In other words, you use a ziplock bag for the food’s container during cooking. You choose the temperature based on the color you want the interior of your meet to turn out. Temperatures are usually between 131 to 140 degrees and the times are usually from one to seven hours. You dial in the temperature on a device the keeps a water bath at that exact temperature for the designated amount of time. When the food is done, you can seer the meat in a pan, if needed.

When it is all said a done, you get absolutely repeatable results again and again. The meat is incredibly juicy and perfect.

As long as you are over the minimum time, you are golden. The rib-eye that I just cooked was in the water for one and a half hours, but I could have left it in for between one and two hours with no negative effect on the food. Some people would leave it in even longer, because what ill effects there are are very mild.

If you get the chance, sous-vide is a winner! By the way, it is pronounced “sue-veed”. One other note. There is a free app called Joule-app that is great for determining cooking temperatures. You choose the type of meat, the color desired and it tells you exactly the temperature and time to go with.

This youtube video walks you through the entire process. ChefSteps even walks you through the Joule-app:

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Milo Yiannopolous down for the moment

The liberal attack machine managed to torpedo Milo Yiannopolous, for the moment. For the gory details, see the Daily Mail article. Now they will pick their next target and try to collect more scalps.

Do I believe Milo will be back? Yes, I do. I think he was screwed over and I am thinking he isn’t going to be the forgiving type. I think a little bit of vicious will sharpen his style and add discipline to his message. I think the lib-tards will look back on this moment and wonder why they hell they did something so stupid.

They will now choose their next target(s). It will be fun to see the circus continue.

As for me, I await Milo’s return to the battle. I wish him the best and believe that he is a better man than any of those trying to take him down.

The battle continues…

I hope Milo finds a publisher or goes commando and self-publishes. It is so easy now a days to publish, I am sure he can get his book out to the people. Now that he doesn’t have any connection to Breitbart, he is free to take the gloves off and kick some ass!

F.D.R. on Citizenship

“The men who do not become Americans and nothing else are hyphenated Americans; and there ought to be no room for them in this country. The man who calls himself an American citizen and who yet shows by his actions that he is primarily the citizen of a foreign land, plays a thoroughly mischievous part in the life of our body politic. He has no place here; and the sooner he returns to the land to which he feels his real heart-allegiance, the better it will be for every good American. There is no such thing as a hyphenated American who is a good American. The only man who is a good American is the man who is an American and nothing else….”