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YounGMessiah

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  1. I'm so freaking tired of seeing his name, I honestly laugh now when I see his name and heard about his death. This guy was not a good man, but he did the way certain things are looked at.

    Pisses me off that real issues are going on and people are making days for Steve Jobs... smh @ this damn world >:|

  2. I hear you on the poor student status lol..

    Well I would suggest not getting a 17inch, I did and it was a back sore carrying it around everywhere! I ended getting a new smaller one, but spec wise better than my old one. It is a 15inch and suits my back pretty well.

    Check out Amazon, what would help us to help you more is if you let us know what specs you are looking for and battery life and such.. More information, more resources ;)

  3. Well, I love this native dish which my father taught me back when I was in my teens.

    Ginataan (or guinataan) is a Filipino cooking method that means “cooked in coconut milk”. Ginataang Tilapia is a dish where Tilapia (a fish belonging to the tilapiine cichlid tribe) is cooked in coconut milk (or cream) and served with banana peppers. This method is popularized by the Bicolanos, the fifth-largest Filipino ethnolinguistic group that lives in the southern islands of Luzon.

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    2 lbs tilapia, cleaned (about 1 kilo or 2 to 3 pcs)

    3 cups coconut cream

    3 cloves garlic, minced

    1 bulb onion, finely sliced

    1 knob ginger, cut into strips

    1-2 banana pepper

    1 tbsp. fish sauce (patis)

    1 tbsp shrimp paste (bagoong)

    ¼ cup cooking oil

    1 cup fresh spinach (or mustard leaves)

    How to cook:

    Step 1: Sauté garlic, ginger, and onions in hot oil

    Step 2: Add the shrimp paste and fish sauce

    Step 3: Pour in the coconut cream and stir until natural oil from the coconut cream comes out

    Step 4: Add the banana pepper and simmer for 3 to 5 minutes

    Step 5: Lower the heat and add the tilapia and Simmer for 7 to 10 minutes

    Step 6: Add the spinach and simmer for about a minute

    Step 7: Serve Hot. Enjoy!

    Great share thank you!

  4. Well where I live, we have a couple choices, which are... The dollar theater which actually plays new movies as soon as it leaves the normal theaters, Cinemark and Carmike. Carkmike is still relatively cheap especially if you have a student id or military id which I have both, so I only pay 5 bucks which is not bad IMO. Cinemark you are paying like 9 bucks for a ticket, then popcorn and such, that is already 20 bucks or so for just 1 person..

    I don't go as often as I used to or like to, but the prices are high for everything at a theater. I would say I go about 1-3 times every 3-9 months.

    I got a friend who brings bootlegs back from Iraq or Afghanistan as well and sometimes we watch those to save money lol...

  5. lol I don't use much, ummm I just use my computer (which I have in energy saving mode), a fan that doesn't use much energy, don't use much lights here (natural light ftw!), don't iron, don't watch TV and don't have a cell phone (no chargers really).

    My bad habit I will admit is using a lot of hot water when I shower lol..

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