I know they taste different and I know Soy sauce is the one you use on sushi, and soya sauce goes good mixed in rice, but what's the difference? I know a lot of recipes that require soy sauce, so what would happen if I used soya?4 AnswersCooking & Recipes1 week ago
So obviously if you're as big on the show as I am, you're mind is as blown as Fresca dudes at the end. But, I've pretty much binged it very fast, and missed a few details. Mainly who a few people are. The Fresca guy with the mansion? I get he was sort of a publicity guy tasked with getting A-Train and Deep back into the seven but who is he really. I know he's friends with the Vought CEO and they make shady deals, buy why? What's their exact relation? I'm a little foggy on that. Also the mayor lady, whom at the end it turns out was the one popping peoples heads open. Obviously she's on our side and hates the seven. And is now running that whole "keep an eye on the seven government team." but who is she exactly? I get she's friends with Butchers blonde CIA lady friend (always forget her name), but again I don't really get her deal. The way I tie it all together in my head with her busting everyone's heads open at the courthouse is her objective, like the blonde chicks and the rest of the Boys' is to get rid of compound V and pull the foundation out from under the seven, but these particular character's backgrounds I'm just kind of spacing on. Like they're both characters introduced out of Butchers line of acquaintances, but how are we to understand they know each other to the point they're fighting a war together, and yet only see each other every so often, and often don't enjoy each others company. I'm sure with another watch I'll get this all down..Other - Television2 months ago
So, come thanksgiving, I'll be making a nice turkey dinner for my family. Not a lot. About 6 people including me and two of them are kids. So the turkey's not huge. I'd say about 13-15 lbs. But I do want to make a lot of stuffing. I bought four boxes of Stovetop. And probably about 2 1/2 are going to fit. As for the stuffing going in the bird, I have no questions. But for the remainder I would have to cook aside, I have a few. Firstly, when I make stovetop stuffing, I add diced apples and onions which make it turn out fantastic. Dice them small enough and they virtually disintegrate into the stuffing, but that's in the cooking bird over a period of five or so hours. So I need recommendations on what I would cook the extra stuffing in, and for how long. Also, could I cook it in the separate dish in the oven beside the turkey? I want them to cook right. Then there's the preparation. For the stuffing going in the turkey, I just follow the basic steps. Boiling water and margarine. Add stuffing, wait five minutes, fluff with fork and stuff the bird. But instead of water, I assume turkey broth would be the way to go for the flavor, seeing as it isn't going in the bird. Any other tips for the "out of bird" flavor? Will award a best answer. Thanks!9 AnswersCooking & Recipes3 months ago
A very basic question really. I own a generic $20 blade coffee grinder. It's not a $150-$200 Burr grinder, I like coffee but not THAT much. Anyways, sometimes I use my coffee grinder to grind up breadcrumbs for burgers or meatloaf. Sometimes I use it to grind up hardened brown sugar which makes me nervous. Brown sugar can get quite hard and I don't know if it's damaging the blade. So basically I just wanna know what the difference between a coffee and spice grinder really is, because to my knowledge they're the same thing with different names. Can a coffee grinder be used to grind spices? And can a spice grinder be used to grind coffee? Difference??3 AnswersCooking & Recipes3 months ago
Okay, so you know when you remember a scene from a show or a movie, but you just can't remember where it's from and it drives you nuts? Well I remember this one scene in American Dad that's doing this to me. In it, Steve grinds up on one of the high school bullies for some reason. I'm unsure of the context. Anyways, the bully goes "Are you freaking kidding me!" and kicks the s*it out of Steve. Anyone know which episode this scene was from?1 AnswerMovies3 months ago
Basically I feel like many people are using hacks, especially at the beginning of this new season when I assume new hacks come out, given the software is new. Aimbot hacks. Health hacks that make you last longer. I've been shot from 1000m away and hit accurately. And I know what you're thinking. I just need to practice, I suck. Well save it. Does anyone know any good Fortnite hacks? Preferably aim hacks. Because Aim assist doesn't seem to be working for me. I have it turned to 100% but when I aim near the enemy it doesn't assist me at all, and accurately shooting on a controller is very hard. Will award best answer. Thanks.Other - Computers3 months ago
Okay, so I know how it's made. 2 1/2 parts dry gin 1/2 part dry vermouth and olive brine, but my question is about the brine in particular. Most bartenders to my knowledge have a separate bottle of olive brine they use for the cocktail but would it be the same if I simply used the juice from an average jar of olives? It there a difference between the two?2 AnswersBeer, Wine & Spirits4 months ago
Okay, so I'm a huge Creepypasta geek. For those who don't know, they're online horror forums, stories either fictional or detailing past events that have no clear explanations. Popular in the Creepypasta realm are Slenderman (You'd have heard of him), Mr. Widemouth, Wendigos, Skinwalkers, etc. So ya it's online horror.
A common form of it is YouTube narration. There are a lot of successful YouTubers who provide ASMR type narrations, gathering popular or fan uploaded stories from the Creepypasta forums available across the web. You may have heard of the really big ones like, Mr. Creepypasta, CreepsMcPasta, Lazy Masquerade, Mr. Creep, CreepyPastaJr, ClancyPasta, there's this one I really like that uses a few big narrators in the community such as Otis Jiry and Jesse Cornett. This channel is called Chilling Tales for Dark Nights. They'll host the simply scary podcast, the no sleep podcast, and so on. Now onto my question.
I wanna get into this myself, but I don't know how to begin in recording and editing. I'd need user friendly software. I'm not overly tech savvy. If it were anything beyond that, I'd need to be taught. I don't have any nice desktop mics, but I was planning on recording them with my computer, or the voice memos on my phone granted there's a way to export them to the program.2 AnswersSoftware5 months ago
So there's this guy I work with who a few people including myself hate. He gets up in everyone's faces and basically starts trouble for fun. I wanna scrap him but don't wanna lose my job. There's a lot more details to what he has done that has made me so angry. If you look at the other question also titled "should I fight this guy" on my profile (2 questions down) you can see all the details. Just it's long and didn't get any answers. But yeah should I just scrap him and be done with this?3 AnswersEtiquette1 year ago
Saw it a while back. I remember where this guys wife died. I don't remember much but he was a gangster and for some reason she died because of him (Don't remember exactly). In one scene he's arguing with this dude who is calling him on s*it and the guy says his wife's name. I think her name was Francis (weird name for a girl, but I remember that being her name). He puts a gun to his head and tells him to say her name again. The guy says "Francis" and he pulls the trigger but the gun is empty, so he grabs a knife and stabs the guy to death. Anyone know the movie I'm talking about??4 AnswersMovies1 year ago
Okay so I know someone at work I VERY BADLY wanna scrap for multiple reasons. He's one of those dudes everybody hates. Like when he's not around, anyone will tell you that.
Thing is, with me he's crossed the line on more than one occasion. Once I caught him pushing this dude (smaller guy, not a fighter) like a bully and I told him to stop. He turned to me and got all up in my face like "or what?" Now I walked away because we were at work, and a) I like my job and b) the place is swarmed with cameras and witnesses. Also throwing my pride aside I was also a little afraid (not enough to completely puss out, but the idea of getting in a scrap AND losing my job just made me walk away. On the street I'd have reluctantly stepped up). I've been in fights before I just hate them. Since then we've kinda been "friends". I mean I think he knows I hate him but we don't really get at each other. But he constantly disrespects not only me but others. The other day I was talking to these girls I work with and well he's the kinda guy who will completely bogart any conversation and get all attention on him, and basically ya he just took away my own convo. Just the other day. Just the other day I sorta tried to get him back. He was talking to this one chick and I went over and got in the conversation. He shot me this mad stink eye and pretty much as loud and cocky as he could to make me go away. The chick even told him he was being mean. Again, I walked away. My job, cameras, etc. Now this girl1 AnswerSingles & Dating1 year ago
Okay, so I have a friend who wants to borrow $200, cuz she's short on rent. She's a good friend and so am I so I want to help. But I'm in no place financially to just be giving money away and I've been screwed by friends before, and am all the wiser now. So the deal I want to make is I'll loan her the $200 on the condition that she pay it back, as well as sign a document I'll type up myself, that states that I must be reimbursed in that amount.
Now I know about notary public's but I'm not 100 percent sure everything they do. I know you sign important documents in front of them and have the document stamped for verification, but is that a MUST to make a homemade contract legally binding? I mean I'm just lending a friend money here and don't wanna go to the trouble. Can I just type the thing up, have her sign it, and that be fine. Like if she didn't pay me back, would that un notarized contract hold up in court?
Also if just the homemade contract is fine, how do you write one? Like I have an idea. I know you're supposed to state the names of both parties, what's being given and received, and in detail, what the agreement is. But is there a particular layout I need to be aware of? Does is need to be in a section A, section B format like a lot of legal paperwork is?
Little help would be great. Will award 10 points. Thanks.5 AnswersLaw & Ethics1 year ago
Does anyone know the rise and fall of conviction statistics for rapists in the US?4 AnswersGender & Women's Studies1 year ago
I mean it's a canned good so like...22 AnswersOther - Food & Drink1 year ago
So on YouTube, when your comment gets past 999 likes, it displays the count by every 100, i.e. 1K, 1.1K 1.2K etc. I have one comment that just hit 1K (highest I've ever gotten), but I wanna know exactly how many it's at before it reaches 1.1K. Is there a way to find out?2 AnswersYouTube1 year ago
I've never been much of a Sci-Fi nerd, but this hypothesis just sorta popped into my head that sort of revolves around a paradox involving seeing into the future. It's sort of like if Pinocchio were to say "My nose will grow now", it would cause a paradox.
Now here's the hypothetical..
A man, whom has recently discovered he has the ability to see the future, but only a couple seconds in (i.e. Nicholas Cage in Next), goes to a doctor, telling him that what he's about to say may sound crazy, but since nobody would ever believe his word, he would disclose his secret. He tells the doctor what he can do, and naturally the doctor is concerned for his state of mind, because what he is saying is impossible. But to prove it, the man gives the doctor a demonstration.
He tells the doctor to think of a number between 1 and 1000 making it extremely unlikely for him to guess at random, and to say it out loud in 10 seconds. He explains that before 10 seconds is up, he will verbalize the number the doctor was thinking, but even so, the doctor must still announce the number himself when 10 seconds is up, whether the man got the number right or not. The doctor reluctantly agrees and thinks of a number at random. For the sake of this narrative, let's say 619. The number 619 now in the doctors head, and 2 seconds having passed, the man mouths 619, and the doctor is baffled. So baffled in fact, he forgets to say 619 out loud well passed the 10 second mark, and out reaches the mans psychic...2 AnswersJokes & Riddles1 year ago
So in my previous question I asked if you could deep fry tater tots. The bag only has oven directions, but people were telling me it is very common to deep fry tater tots. My follow up question comes from one remark in the thread where someone mentioned you should not deep fry oven ready taters, because they have once supposedly already been deep fried. I don't know that for sure. I know they have been previously cooked to some degree but that's the case also with fries which I always deep fry. But assuming they have already been oil cooked, can I deep fry them again?2 AnswersCooking & Recipes1 year ago