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November 26, 2008

How we are right even if we are wrong

Filed under: america,attitude,politics,situation,Video — Tags: , , , , , , — Brian @ 9:45 am

Working on the campaign was fun but also tiring. I learned a lot. More on that later.

Meanwhile, I would like to recommend the following TED talk. No matter which side of the fence you may have stood during this recent campaign this brief talk may explain how the entire spectrum of thinking – liberal to conservative – is critical for our long term success as a civilized nation and world.

(Note: if you do not see an image below, select either “player 7 or player 8” below to activate the video player. Or, if you have a high speed connection, you may wish to view the short talk in High Definition here.)

2 Comments »

  1. An entirely unconventional way of sharing a recipe, but hey…

    Chelsey Harmon Bread

    1 pkg dry yeast
    2 C warm water
    2 T sugar
    1 T salt
    5 C flour

    C=cup, T=tablespoon

    1. grease cookie sheet and sprinkle cornmeal on it (cornmeal optional)
    2. Dissolve yeast in the water, then add the sugar, salt and 2 C of the
    flour in a large bowl.
    3. Whip with a wire whisk for about a minute.
    4. Mix in the remaining flour a little at a time, mixing with your
    hands.
    5. Remove from the bowl to a cleaned, floured surface and knead the
    dough for about two minutes.
    6. Form the dough into a loaf shape (12″x4″) and place on the prepared
    cookie sheet.
    7. Cover lightly with a towel, and let the dough rise to 3x its size
    (3+ hours)
    8. Cut 1/2″ slices on the top of the loaf. Bake at 375 F for 45
    minutes.

    Comment by kelli — December 10, 2008 @ 9:43 pm

  2. Kelli – yes, sharing a recipe in this way is a bit unconventional but I appreciate it. Other readers should know this is the result of an exchange between us over on Twitter.com. Thank you Kelli. I’ll put this on my list to try.

    Comment by Brian — December 11, 2008 @ 8:58 am

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