All Things Through Christ INSPIRATIONAL T-Shirt
That horrible moment when you realize – OMG This IS my circus and These ARE my monkeys – drama mama hell with an evil monkey
“Oh you, Laddergoat, you so random”
Comes from a playthrough video of Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood, as seen on youtube. In the video, the player manages to make a goat climb a ladder, making him laugh loudly and say the famous sentence.
Personalize this Aged to Perfection Vintage Original with est year and name or any text you like
Stand up for your second amendment rights – tired of the libtards trying to get gun laws changed? are you a member of the NRA? this shirt is perfect for you with humor to boot – Let them know how you really feel
Nobody Needs an AR-15
Nobody Needs a Whiny little Bitch either
Yet here you are
In a small saucepan over medium heat, whisk together 2 tablespoons pumpkin purée, 1/2 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice, 2 cups milk, 1 tablespoon maple syrup, and 1 tablespoon vanilla extract. Cook, whisking constantly, until mixture starts to steam.
Remove from heat and carefully pour mixture into a blender. Cover, hold the lid on tightly, and blend for about 15 seconds, or until frothy.
Make the espresso or coffee. If you’d like extra milk foam to top your latte, pour a few tablespoons of milk into a glass jar with a lid while coffee is brewing. Tightly seal the lid and shake for 30-60 seconds. Remove lid and place jar in microwave for 30 seconds.
Grab two mugs. Pour 1/2 cup coffee (or 1 shot espresso) into each one, then pour pumpkin mixture over both. Top with extra milk foam (if using) and a sprinkle of pumpkin pie spice.
Recipe by: Rebecca Firkser
Makes: 2 servings
2 tablespoons canned pumpkin purée
1/2 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice (store-bought or homemade, see directions below)
2 cups milk (whole or 2%, or any unsweetened nondairy milk)
1 tablespoon maple syrup
1 tablespoon vanilla extract
2 shots espresso, or 1 cup freshly brewed coffee
Extra 2% milk (optional)
1. In a small saucepan over medium heat, whisk together pumpkin purée, pumpkin pie spice, milk, syrup, and vanilla extract. Cook, whisking constantly, until mixture starts to steam.
2. Remove from heat and pour mixture into a blender. Cover, hold the lid on tightly, and blend for about 15 seconds, or until frothy.
3. Make the espresso or coffee. If you’d like extra milk foam to top your latte, pour a few tablespoons of milk into a glass jar with a lid while coffee is brewing. Tightly seal the lid and shake for 30-60 seconds. Remove lid and place jar in microwave for 30 seconds.
4. Divide coffee and milk mixture between two mugs. Top with extra milk foam (if using) and a sprinkle of pumpkin pie spice.
Pumpkin Pie Spice
Makes: about 3 1/2 tablespoons
2 tablespoons cinnamon
1 tablespoon ground ginger
1 teaspoon ground allspice
1/2 teaspoon ground cloves
1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg
Mix all ingredients together with a fork and store in a clean spice jar with a lid.
Source: The Pioneer Woman
NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) – NEW YORK (AP) — When Ted Cruz sneered at what he called Donald Trump’s “New York values,” some New Yorkers took it very personally. And some responded about the way you’d expect New Yorkers to react.
The ever-combative Daily News hit the streets with a big front-page illustration of the Statue of Liberty giving Cruz the finger. The headline: “DROP DEAD, TED.” And in a reference to the Texas senator’s birthplace, the tabloid added: “You don’t like N.Y. values? Go back to Canada!”
On the morning after Thursday night’s Republican presidential debate, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, a Democrat, took to the airwaves to denounce the candidate and demand an apology for comments he called “obnoxious on every level.”
The use of “New York values” as a term of abuse rankled plenty of city residents.
“Like that’s a bad thing?” said Willie Perry, a real estate salesman and registered Republican, as he headed to work in New York City. “Actually it’s a good thing. I think that’s ludicrous. What did he mean by that?”
John Markowski, a minister who was dropping his son off at a public school, said: “It’s insulting for anyone to make a derogatory comment about New York values. I think we pride ourselves on being a place of diversity and equality.”
During the debate, moderator Maria Bartiromo asked Cruz to explain past comments he had made about Trump embodying “New York values.”
“You know, I think most people know exactly what New York values are,” Cruz said.
“I am from New York. I don’t,” Bartiromo said.
So the GOP conservative explained: “Listen, there are many, many wonderful, wonderful working men and women in the state of New York. But everyone understands that the values in New York City are socially liberal or pro-abortion or pro-gay-marriage, focus around money and the media.”
Trump responded movingly by citing the city’s response to 9/11.
“When the World Trade Center came down, I saw something that no place on Earth could have handled more beautifully, more humanely than New York,” he said to applause from the crowd in North Charleston, South Carolina. “We rebuilt downtown Manhattan, and everybody in the world watched and everybody in the world loved New York and loved New Yorkers.”
He added: “And I have to tell you, that was a very insulting statement that Ted made.”
One in 38 Americans lives in New York City, but the state’s record of going for the Democrat in the winner-take-all electoral college system means Republicans rarely have to worry about insulting the populace. Bashing the big city has long been a winning strategy in more conservative parts of the country, namely the Midwest and the South.
Not a lot of New Yorkers have given money to Cruz’s bid for the White House. His campaign took in only about $487,000 from New York contributors through Sept. 30, according to the most recent filings. But one New Yorker, Wall Street hedge fund mogul Robert Mercer, contributed $11 million last April to a super PAC that supports Cruz.
Cruz “has no trouble taking money from New York City, but he’s quick to insult our people and our values,” said Mayor Bill de Blasio, a liberal Democrat.
At the top of his Tuesday broadcast, Fox News Channel’s “The O’Reilly Factor” host Bill O’Reilly reacted to President Barack Obama’s executive order announcement regarding firearms and the added restrictions Obama wants to put in place in the name of “gun safety.”
The Five Most Outrageous Facts About Obama’s Executive Gun Control
Obama still has not said anything specifically about the Secret Service using “smart guns” in his protection detail. When it comes to his personal safety, Obama appears to remain a big fan of traditional firearms.