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Muppet Monster Adventure: Part 24 – Temple of Pork – Part 1

Ok, Back to this playthrough again. I had some confusion with this level and struggled to fine i think 4 of the 7 Muppet Tokens here. I went back to this level yesterday and managed to find them. I accidently recorded too loud so the sound quality wont be very good at those bits.

So yeah, This is the “temple of pork”. Alot of swimming in this level. THe second part will probably be up tomrow.
High quality test here too

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Posted by mark - June 29, 2017 at 7:34 am

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Gex: Enter the Gecko OST – Mooshoo Pork

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Posted by mark - June 27, 2017 at 4:05 am

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Individual sow housing benefits the animals – and people

A hog farmer from Friend, Neb., explains why sows are housed individually and how that individual care benefits the animals, helps maintain herd health and ultimately provides quality pork.

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Posted by mark - June 26, 2017 at 3:24 pm

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What is a good quality drum set?

The price range is 1,000 dollars and under. I’m looking for something that will last me a long time. Are pork pie’s good?

Pearl is the best drums…price ranges vary depending on the type of set, but def a great choice!

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Posted by mark - June 23, 2017 at 11:58 am

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Have Fun Wine Tasting

You can easily detect a genuine wine expert by the way he handles the wine in terms of smelling and tasting it and not merely just drinking the wine. Anybody can drink wine but it takes a lot of experience to taste wine.

Wines have become a staple feature of every household during meal times, particularly when they are eating red meat. Red meats like pork or beef roasts are best with red wines. On the other hand, white meats like fish and chicken are better with white whine.

There are a thousand and one varieties, or type of wines depending on the vineyard where they were grown as well as the type of grapes they are made of. It takes experience and a real romance with wine to be able to distinguish its characteristics just by smelling and tasting. 

Basically, wines that have been stored properly should taste smooth. Wines that taste off or stale are either not of good quality or they were stored improperly and their corks tainted.

So how should you taste wine? Wines should be tasted by swishing the wine in your mouth, allowing your taste buds to perceive the flavor and taste of the wine. While the act of tasting makes uses of your tongue, a person’s sense of smell actually does most of the detection. Both a person’s sense of taste and sense of smell should be used when tasting wines.

While the two senses are indeed very important tools in determining a wine’s quality, the physical appearance of the wine is equally important. You can get a better look at a wine’s appearance and color by pouring them in a clear glass and look through it using a white table cloth or other white background.

If wines are generally red or white, then why do we have to study their colors? White wines are actually not perfectly white because their color ranges from yellow to brown and green. White wines with darker colors have more flavor and are older. While aging improves the flavor of red wines, this doesn’t hold true for white wines which may go bad with time. Red wines that are lighter in color are older. You will be able to examine a red wine’s age by tilting a glass with red wine, allowing some to settle on the glass rim, and examining its color. When the color of the wine that settles on the glass rim is brownish, then it has been aged.

Wine experts also swirl the wine to observe how it moves in the glass. A wine that swirls nicely wine may mean it has a higher sweetness and alcohol content.

While the taste of wine is generally subjective as it depends on a persons taste and preferences, wine connoisseurs follow specific guidelines in wine tasting. Being able to taste and smell wine the right way can certainly to the pleasure of drinking them.

Jerry Shannon

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Posted by mark - June 21, 2017 at 9:08 am

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No.4397 Vina Acecook (Vietnam) Đệ Nhất Mì Gia Mì Thịt Bằm

Acecook Vietnam (ベトナム) Instant Noodle High Quality Pork Flavour

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Posted by mark - June 20, 2017 at 7:09 am

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Maximize Your Profitability With Internet Marketing

At the time of this writing, the country is facing real and growing fear … on Wall Street and on Main Street. The Congress, without shame, has passed the bailout plan along with a whole bunch of pork. In other words to get enough votes, individual members of Congress traded their “conviction” for their pet projects designed to do what … get more votes and insure their own political longevity. This is Democracy?
So what can you do? I say control those things that you and only you can control; your business and for the purposes of this writing your online business. For more details go to www.mrx-interview.com .Pay even closer attention to your business. Analyze all areas of your business. Don\’t cut cost just for the sake of cutting costs. Concentrate on efficiency … getting more done with less! Through careful analysis you can always increase your efficiency and productivity in all areas of your business … sales, marketing, customer service, finance and accounting, manufacturing, research and development.
1. The former involves \”coming at the potential customer\” almost always when not welcome. These methods are considered wildly successful if just a success rate of 1 in 200 is achieved … not very efficient or cost effective.
2. The latter involves the targeted visibility achieved through Google, Yahoo and the rest where the potential customer initiates the contact at a time and place of their choosing. They are ready when they decide to search for your products and services. Predictably, the success rate is much higher than, sometimes as high as 15-20% if your website is easily found and is further optimized for converting the visitor.
Being found by those potential clients and buyers at precisely the time and place of their choosing … where else in the world can you more efficiently get the highest quality, the most qualified new business? While traditional advertising uses a wide and inefficient net to hopefully reach the right buyer mainly by the math of a tiny percentage of the market that will see your ad, open your mail, answer your phone call at precisely the time they are interested and ready to actually act, Internet Marketing is targeted and Search Engine Visibility in the organic or natural listings is only seen by the buyer when they want to see you. How many times have you called on a prospect or advertised traditionally where the buyer says “I’m amazed, I was just about to call you” … very rare, indeed. ALL searches that find you on the search is amazing in that you are being found exactly when it is “at the top of their list” of things to do.
So, if you find that your marketing dollars are restricted and therefore more precious than ever, you need to make the most out of every marketing dollar. So cut the inefficiency of traditional advertising and focus your marketing dollars on targeted traffic through the power of the internet and specifically the search engines. For more help go to www.website-conversion-mastery.com .My message: In these troubled times, the best investment you can make is in yourself and in your business. Focus on efficiency and productivity to maximize your profitability. Yes, cut costs where you can; but stay on offense more than on defense.


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Posted by mark - June 17, 2017 at 2:43 am

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GI Joe PSA Spoofs by FenslerFilm (Best Quality Version HQ)

This upload is the original Public Service Announcements spoofs as parodied by Fenslerfilm.

This video was converted from an original large format 720×480 MPEG-2 that I dug up on the FENSLERFILM website years ago. The 2nd generation format is 640×480 2-PASS VBR DIVX 4.12, with upsampled 48kHz audio, for “breathing” room. Watch in HQ for best results.

There is no higher quality version on Youtube or anywhere I’ve seen.

“Body Massage”
“Porkchop Sandwiches”
“Your Got Sacked”
“Help Computer”

Sorry I am not more descriptive about episode origin, but I will update later. Enjoy.

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Posted by mark - June 16, 2017 at 2:00 pm

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pork, beef, chicken?

what is the best way to cook
(for instance, you might say that to get the best flavor of beef,
it’s best to cook medium rare and you do this by blah~ blah~)

how do you pick a good quality meat?

vegetable/seasoning etc that goes best with them?
(for instance something that works best with each other
give a really good flavor and healthwise)

1 of your best recommended receipy
(not too complicated or expensive)

Here is the recipe=D Enjoy cooking!
1 T. olive oil
1 onion, finely chopped
8 oz. ground beef
1/2 head green cabbage, cored, thinly sliced
1/2 t. salt
1/2 t. freshly ground black pepper
2 (17.3 oz.) packages refrigerated large reduced-fat biscuits (16 biscuits total)
1 egg yolk
2 t. water

Heat olive oil in a large skillet over high heat. Add onion; cook, stirring, until starting to brown, 3 minutes. Add ground beef; cook, breaking up lumps, until all pink is gone, 5 minutes. Drain fat.

Stir in cabbage; reduce heat to medium-low. Cover; cook, stirring occasionally, until cabbage is limp and translucent, 10 minutes. Uncover; cook to let excess moisture evaporate, 2 minutes. Stir in salt and pepper. Let cool.

Heat oven to 375°F. Roll biscuits out between sheets of wax paper to 6-inch-diameter circles. Arrange about 1/4 cup of the cabbage mixture on lower half of each biscuit, leaving a 1/4-inch border of dough. Fold top half over mixture; press edges together with tines of a fork to seal. In a small bowl, whisk together egg and water; brush turnovers with egg yolk mixture.

Place turnovers on foil-lined baking sheets. Bake until tops are golden brown, 12 minutes.

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Posted by mark - June 11, 2017 at 8:34 pm

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Selecting the best cut of pork

Here’s some tips to help you find the best pork in your neighborhood meat case.

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Posted by mark - June 9, 2017 at 6:12 am

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