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108197 No. 108197 ID: 192d20
Reality TV clown is president, post your feels
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>> No. 108869 ID: 538c90
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But ordering a well done steak with ketchup? Usually that's done by infantile people who want to annoy others at the table...
>> No. 108870 ID: 538c90
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My Dad likes his bleu (aka blue or very rare), but that makes the steak chewy and usually bloody as hell.
>> No. 108871 ID: 538c90
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Guide for degrees of doneness in steaks: blue or rare, medium rare, and well done.
>> No. 108872 ID: 538c90
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But when cooking a steak, it is difficult to know how done it is on the inside. Here's a chef's test for rare, medium-rare, medium, medium-well & well done.
>> No. 108873 ID: 538c90
  Gordon Ramsay How to Cook the Perfect Steak https://youtu.be/aZcoTQuYUqQ
>> No. 108874 ID: 538c90
  Gordon Ramsay gets angry over a [well done] steak https://youtu.be/lCc8IEvh70w
>> No. 108875 ID: 538c90
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President Trump orders his steak well done with ketchup
What asshole goes out to dinner at one of the nation capital’s most-acclaimed steakhouses, orders a 30-day dry aged New York strip, then asks the chef to cook it well done? And if that’s not enough, eats it with ketchup like a 5-year-old?

We’ll give you one guess.
>> No. 108890 ID: 9dcda2
Meh, I like my steaks medium-well because I eat slow.

> ketchup
Again, meh. Some people like ketchup on their eggs.
>> No. 108904 ID: aadd02
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>> No. 108906 ID: ebb4ba
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>man likes things I don't like
>> No. 108907 ID: d4c8ee
  Yum look at those Trump Burgers, fresh from the factory.
>> No. 108915 ID: 9723b1
>knowing how to cook a steak
He's a man who got famous for yelling [In British] at people on TV, and used the money from the show to make a shitload of restaurants that are sub McDonalds tier.

It's funny when he pretended to kill a boar, bought pork in a store, cooked it rare, and pretended it's boar meet... because really cooking wild boar meat rare is not allowed by FDA and would probably infect his festering anus with even more parasites.
>> No. 108918 ID: aadd02
You got that backwards. He got a chance to yell at people on TV because he was famous. He was already quite an accomplished chef and restaurateur long before us Yanks heard of him.
>> No. 108921 ID: 538c90
  I recently started watching Gordon Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares because I found it interesting in how an expert can improve a business. In this case, how an expert chef & restaurateur whose restaurants have been awarded 16 Michelin stars in total, can improve failing restaurants. Amazing on how intransigent and adverse many of the restaurant owners and chefs are in refusing to take his advice even though they petitioned for his help. Ramsay would criticize a dish and the chefs would reply that their customers like it. What customers? The missing ones in their empty restaurant? To be fair, running a restaurant is a highly stressful job made horribly so if the restaurant is failing from lack of customers and mounting debts.

All the drama aside, Gordon obviously knows how to cook. I have used his simple recipe of how to fry a steak in a pan and it came out terrific.
How to Cook a Steak in a Pan - Gordon Ramsay https://youtu.be/1FYZHkjgwdc
>> No. 108922 ID: 538c90
  Anthony Bourdain on the worst mistake when cooking steak https://youtu.be/2ua_v4BA3qM
>> No. 108929 ID: cdc880
>A study from New York's Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences has even worse news for those who like their beef blackened. Apparently, a diet high in glycotoxins—found in high-concentration in well-done meat—is a risk factor in developing age-related dementia. Quick—grab a Post-it and write down where your keys are now.
>> No. 108930 ID: 9723b1
Then why can't he even conceive of slow cooking a steak so it's both well done (no redness) and still very soft? I do it almost every weekend.
>> No. 108932 ID: aadd02
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Braising is fucking delicious, and the only acceptable way to make a thoroughly cooked steak, but people in restaurants don't wait an hour and a half to three hours for their food.
>> No. 108933 ID: d4c8ee
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>da share z0ne: the truck
>> No. 108934 ID: 9723b1
>comparing a man
>with the Son of God
Liberals are funny.
>> No. 108935 ID: 9723b1
OK I'll accept that reason for everyone on TV always tending to favor rarer meats. But that still doesn't excuse ignorance about other cooking methods, especially on cooking shows. Also I still find it a bit disappointing that restaurants are no longer willing to have steaks always in the fire 24/7, and always available, especially venues calling themselves steak houses.
By the way if you want a fast food steak you can bring it down to 15-20 minutes waiting time by using a marinade. I don't like to use marinades, but when I do I use rock salt marinades as they don't alter the taste of the meat, and improve even low cost cuts.
>> No. 108938 ID: f01968
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There is a good local (South Denver) steakhouse called Fleming's that serves terrific braised beef ribs as a "small plates" item for $18. Many top steakhouses serve really good small plate courses that work well for lunch. Drink ice tea instead of booze and it's a good value for such expensive places.
Recipe: http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/braised-beef-short-ribs-235923
>> No. 108939 ID: f01968
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Korean Braised Short Ribs
>> No. 108940 ID: f01968
  Slow Cooked Beef Short Ribs - Gordon Ramsay https://youtu.be/QnxLau7m600
Here is how you take a cheap cut and turn it into an impressive and delicious dish.
>> No. 108941 ID: f01968
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Of course, short ribs is not something you typically serve rare.
>> No. 108942 ID: f01968
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Prime rib, on the other hand...
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>> No. 108975 ID: b70387
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Honestly, what the flying fuck?

Trump accuses Obama of tapping his phones, cites no evidence

>President Donald Trump on Saturday accused former President Barack Obama of tapping his telephones during last year's election, lodging a startling allegation of abuse of power without evidence or explanation.

>Trump said Saturday morning he had "just found out" the information, though it was unclear whether he was referring to a briefing, a conversation or a media report. The president has in the past tweeted about unsubstantiated and provocative reports he reads on blogs or conservative websites.

>The president's allegations may be related to anonymously sourced reports in British media and blogs, and on conservative-leaning U.S. websites, including Breitbart News. Those reports claimed that U.S. officials had obtained a warrant under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act to review contacts between computers at a Russian bank and Trump's New York headquarters.

>One exception to this practice is the president himself, who has the authority to declassify records. In Trump's case, he could confirm any such surveillance of his campaign or business undertaken before he took office in January.

>> No. 108978 ID: d4c8ee
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And the thing is, we know that he's already got the Maralago wired up so that he can listen in and record phone calls from every room in the building.
>> No. 108982 ID: 9723b1
Obama does something FAR worse than Watergate, and Senseless posts this title
>Trump accuses Obama of tapping his phones, cites no evidence

Well the DOJ and Obama have both admitted to it, so I'd like senseless to send a letter of apology to Trump for questioning his honor.
>> No. 108984 ID: 10f4c8
The thing about Trump is, yes he blows his load but he only ever seems to do it when he already knows for sure that he's right.

I suspect he put it out on his Twitter to see if Obama and co would try and deny it, before dropping any real evidence he had to smack them down. He does this a lot.
>> No. 108986 ID: cce514
FBI director Clapper has told the DOJ to refute the wiretapping claims, saying "There was no such wire-tap activity mounted against the president-elect at the time, as a candidate, or against his campaign." The DOJ has so far issued no statement.

Obama has issued a statement saying "A cardinal rule of the Obama administration was that no White House official ever interfered with any independent investigation led by the Department of Justice. As part of that practice, neither President Obama nor any White House official ever ordered surveillance on any US citizen. Any suggestion otherwise is simply false."

Why do you keep posting lies, Ivan?

>trump isn't a retard he's just playing 5th dimensional chess!

as expected from a fat man who thinks MCLOS is a good guidance system and runs a controlled opposition group for the FBI.
>> No. 108987 ID: d4c8ee

You mean Comey. Clapper was Director of National Intelligence under Obama. And he's also saying there was no wiretap.

>For the part of the national security apparatus that he oversaw, "there was no such wiretap activity mounted against the president, the president-elect at the time, or as a candidate, or against his campaign," Clapper told Chuck Todd in an exclusive interview on Sunday's "Meet The Press."

>When Todd asked him whether he could confirm or deny if a FISA (Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court Act) order for this existed, Clapper declared, "I can deny it."

>Asked again whether there was a FISA Court order to monitor Trump Tower, Clapper said, "Not to my knowledge."

>Clapper said that if any wiretap like that occurred, he would "certainly hope" that he would be aware of it.

>"I can't speak for other authorized entities in the government or a state or local entity," he added.

>Clapper was also asked on "Meet the Press" if he had any evidence that the Trump campaign was colluding with the Russian government while the Kremlin was working to influence the election.

>"Not to my knowledge," Clapper said, based on the information he had before his time in the position ended.

>"We did not include anything in our report … that had any reflect of collusion between members of the Trump campaign and the Russians. There was no evidence of that included in our report," he said. "We had no evidence of such collusion."

>When asked whether he still believes that Russians interfered in the U.S. election to help Donald Trump, Clapper said, "Yes, I do."

>"Certainly the Russians have to be chortling about the success of their efforts to sow dissension in this country," Clapper added.
>> No. 108989 ID: b70387
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That's the title of the article I quoted.

>Well the DOJ and Obama have both admitted to it

>He does this a lot.
When has he ever done that? When has he presented evidence at all? Sean Spicer has had to straight up say that Trump says things because he believes those things.

The fact of the matter is, IF he was really being wiretapped, a string of early morning tweets has to be one of the worst possible ways to respond to that.
>> No. 108990 ID: 111d07

Yes, let us believe the words of the same cunt that lied under oath before Congress saying he and the the American intelligence community weren't watching you fap and recording your every phone call when they actually were jerking off to your browser history and late-night calls to your girlfriend.
>> No. 108993 ID: d4c8ee
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Gaffe ridden Trump greets White House tour in front of portrait of Hillary.
>> No. 108994 ID: d4c8ee
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You sure that's not Zach Braff?
>> No. 108997 ID: cdc880
Spicer today:
>"it's not a question of proving it"
>"should president trump's twitter statements be taken at face value?" "sure"
>> No. 109015 ID: d4c8ee
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White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer blinks the word "TORTURE" at reporters in morse code.
>> No. 109023 ID: b430d1
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bad news guys, turns out obama is still secretly president.
apparently john roberts had his fingers crossed when he read the oath.
>> No. 109028 ID: 9723b1
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I'm sure its just a coincidence that the Democratic party is stonewalling all attempts to replace Obama-era bureaucrats and "tsars".

I'm sure its just a coincidence that the Obama-era bureaucrats and "tsars" happen to be obstructing the president.
>> No. 109030 ID: cce514
I see internet service has been restored to St. Petersberg.
>> No. 109031 ID: 649f2c
I wish the dude would just be a man and start thinking & speaking for himself like he did back when he was campaigning with a nothing-to-lose attitude. It seems like hes being handled, stage managed and pushed around by an army of inside the beltway types ever since he took office. Apparently they let him watch TV & tweet for himself, but otherwise little to nothing seems to be his decision. Its all gotten Byzatine asf too fast and shits started going down hill. Trump kicked ass when he was his own man, he should stomp Paul Ryan and the rest of the standard issue Republicans a new asshole like he wants to and establish his own political coalition of angry freaks. Don't forget that Trump was most Bernie voter's #2 choice. I wanna see him grab some titties too. Why isn't John Cena or The Rock cabinet members?
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>> No. 109069 ID: 2ea531

>like he did back when he was campaigning with a nothing-to-lose attitude

ok look. Theres a fucking difference between being good at getting people to love them, and having good ideas.

That's a lesson I wish a lot of people would get
>> No. 109112 ID: d4c8ee
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meanwhile in Arizona
>> No. 109132 ID: cdc880
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>Apparently, America’s commander in chief took issue with the girl’s website Kittenfeed.com. Originally called Trumpscratch.com, the site allows users to punch an animated image of Trump’s face with tiny kitten paws. It comes with the tagline: “Trump seems very tough at first but he gets weaker with every scratch.”

>The girl, identified as “Lucy,” told the Observer that she developed the site, with its #Trumpcat hashtag, for fun while applying for web developer jobs. Little did she know that her site, which only drew 1700 visitors after its launch in February, had attracted the notice of the most important political leader on earth.

>On March 1, she said she received a cease and desist letter from The Trump Organization. The letter claims her site infringed on the “internationally known and famous” Trump trademark.

>After Lucy changed the domain name, she received another letter from the Trump Organization because her site linked to an anti-Trump shirt that is available for purchase on Amazon. Lucy told the Hollywood Reporter that she removed the link, and hasn’t heard anything from the campaign since.

>Lucy is not alone in thinking that the president should have better things to with his time than to ask his lawyers to go after a teenager for creating a silly website.

>“I really just want people to be aware that this is a president who’s clearly more concerned about what people think of him than doing things of substance,” she told the Hollywood Reporter.
>> No. 109147 ID: 1519ac
Reminds me of slick willie.
>> No. 109163 ID: d4c8ee
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>truckers union hosts event for local special needs children
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