The idle musings of a former military man, former computer geek, medically retired pastor and now full-time writer. Contents guaranteed to offend the politically correct and anal-retentive from time to time. My approach to life is that it should be taken with a large helping of laughter, and sufficient firepower to keep it tamed!
Monday, March 27, 2023
Memes that made me laugh 152
Gathered from around the Internet over the past week. Click any image for a larger view.
Soybean oil processing, wow, just wow.
I'm sticking with butchering hogs and shaking milk cream for butter, thank you very much.
Looks like Sam needs a new fishing partner....I'll volunteer.
Butter, anything rend from cooking, olive, and avacado oil are pretty much all i ise anymore. I avoid using seed oils or anything that heavily processed.
Don't look into American "cheese" or velvita. You might not eat them again
After 30 years as a supposed rooster I will state that there were times when Guinea Hen may have been a better descriptor. Just sayin'.
I wanna find that hardware store!
Sam can come fishing with me anytime.
Is this an exceptionally good crop, or am I just overly prone to giggling today?
Amphibious pitching could certainly come in handy if there's a heavy rain during the game.
I might just steal that writing prompt about Zeus, because I don't appreciate adultery being rewarded or handwaved in stories and he sure does enable a lot of it in Greek mythology.
I wasn't aware that Innsmouth had a baseball team.
I'm more than just a little professionally acquainted with oilseeds processing industry. The description is quite accurate, and I'd add that it isn't just soybeans that are thusly processed. There is an old skool way to extract the oils without all that, but it is of very low volume and therefore not economical.
By the way, the petroleum-based solvent mentioned is generally hexane and that is highly explosive as well as being carcinogenic. This is relevant to the hand loaders amongst us because hexane is often used in case lube products that you spray on your cases before re-sizing them, so when the label indicates do not use indoors, it's best to take that seriously.
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