On Tue, 10 Jul 2001, kevin lyda wrote:
> listen bub, i just figured i'd get a quick blurb from someone that
> did the same. i was hoping somone might pop up and say, "ignore
> the seperate bus issue, the docs are out of date."
ignore the seperate ide bus issue. it will only affect performance
> plus a quick tip or two on how to get things working would be nice.
the link i posted tells you exactly how to get ide-scsi working. do
that and you're almost there. verify you've done it correctly with cat
/proc/scsi/scsi and cdrecord -scanbus.
(and i /know/ you know how to use cdrecord.)
> even "gurus" have simple questions,
oh... we're a "guru" now are we? :)
> argument with rh init scripts today ("they do things alphabetically,
> so now i want to make them work non-alphabetically."), i see the irony
> in your message... :)
the point was doing it alphabetically is not neccessarily the right
way to do it.
> btw, any tips on defrosting chicken?
you could microwave it at a low setting, but i find breasts and
microwaves don't go nice together. microwaving frozen breasts makes
them sort of ooze with 'goo'.
so don't. just get a sharp knife and cut it up while it is still
frozen. benefits are that it is easier to cut while frozen and not as
messy ('s long as your knife is sharp).
then throw the frozen chunks of chicken into the pan, lengthen frying
time to account for the chunks having an initial state of frozen, as
opposed to just cold.
works fine and the breasts will be just as tasty. also, tabasco sauce
on the breasts as you cook them is nice.
> i want my dinner, but my breasts are still rock hard...
>> ps please consider answering the last question if you must respond to
> that last sentence...
damm, went to all the trouble of helping you with your culinary
problem and i couldn't think of any comments to make about your rock
hard breasts.... hold on hold on..... i've got one:
"so you must have been working out a lot since i last saw you then?"
oh deary deary me.... chortle.
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