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BACON, CHEESE AND BEER DOG
1 hot dog
1 slice of thick-cut bacon
1 can of spray cheese
1 can beer (It doesn’t matter what kind, but we recommend something dark. Corona probably isn’t a good idea)
1 cup flour
Oil for frying
This one is a little work-intensive, so be ready to buckle down. First take the center out of the hot dog with an apple corer, if you have access to one. If not, just cut out the middle with a knife. Fill the cavity with the spray cheese and use the hot dog you removed from the middle as a cap to keep the cheese in. Wrap the bacon around the hot dog and deep-fry for two to four minutes or until bacon is cooked. Dab them dry with a paper towel (so the batter will stick). Mix the beer with the flour until it reaches a thick, but lump-free consistency. Dip the dogs in the batter, coating the dog completely, and deep-fry on high heat for two to three minutes or until brown and deadly.
NOTE: Don’t fry them too long or all of the cheese will explode out into the oil. That’s very bad.
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( from the Hearld Sun: )
Al Gore does it again: preaches warming - brings cold, snow
The High Priest of global warming flies in yet again for a jamboree of alarmism:
MORE than 1700 people have applied for 75 unpaid jobs spreading an Australian version of the climate change message of former US vice-president Al Gore…
As well as not being paid, they will each have to foot the travel and accommodation bills to attend a two-day training session in Sydney this weekend. Mr Gore, who arrives in Australia today, will attend the session.
And, right on cue, the weather responds to the famous Gore effect. From the Bureau of Meteorology site on this morning in mid-November:
Sydney 21° A few showers developing. Windy.
Melbourne 14° Showers, windy.
Adelaide 16° Brief shower or two.
Hobart 10° Showers. Mountain snow.
Canberra 15° Few showers. Windy.
Victoria: ... Showers, widespread in southern and mountain areas with snowfall down to 600 metres. Local hail and thunderstorms contracting to the east late in the day and clearing tonight.
This has happened to Gore rather a lot, curiously enough. See, for instance, what happened when he gave a major speech on global warming in Boston in 2004:
Gore will make the warming case on a day forecasters are predicting the coldest temps in Boston since 1957, with wind chills in parts of New England plunging to 100 degrees below zero!
Same story when Gore went to New York:
With a near-record low temperature and single-digit wind chill in New York City, former Vice President Al Gore took to the podium in Manhattan’s Beacon Theater today to blasted President Bush for contributing to “global warming.”
And now Gore flies in from a stay in New Zealand, whose farmers must hope he’s taken his weather with him:
An unusually cold October has left Southland dairy farmers struggling with pasture growth rates about three weeks later than usual.
Mind you, this hasn’t just happened to Gore, as local global warming disciples found out just a couple of weeks ago:
Thousands of people have marched through central Sydney, ignoring wet and windy weather to protest against global warming.
This continued the curious pattern noted by Tim Blair, who gives further examples from Montreal to Byron Bay.