There’s been a couple threads on the Traeger Facebook group about making salsa on a smoker. Since the number of posts on that group are so … numerous … it makes referencing my past posts on the topic hard to find. So I’m going to put my recipe here for easy future reference.
It looks like humanity needs to unite to remoe this Trump appointee to the federal bench:
As soon as POTUS removed the US from the Paris Climate Agreement, the anti-Republicans posted a list of Republican Senators who sent POTUS a letter encouraging him to pull out of the Agreement. Most also happened to have received significant campaign contributions from Big Petro. All together, the 22 Republican signatories received $10,694,284 in donations. Here’s the list.
NOTE: This is a short piece I wrote for and posted to a neighborhood Facebook group on 3 June. I live in Village at the Park (VATP), and there’s a bit of a kerfuffle about plans to develop a vacant three-acre lot into am upscale, senior assisted living facility. I’m not against it. But people who are against it have twisted the truth a bit, and I wanted my other neighbors to know that these whiners are a relatively small group, despite the noise they are making. I also wanted to engage my neighbors in conversation on the topic. Ninety-seven comments so far, including a handful from me.
This is a medium-length post for my neighbors in VATP who are watching the Not-In-My-Backyard (NIMBY) opposition to the Oakmont project and wondering how much support they have. I’ve done a little sleuthing and can tell you what I’ve learned. Spoiler: the NIMBYs represent a tiny minority of our neighbors.
If you want to concatenate two elements in a Numbers spreadsheet and include a line break between them, use CHAR(8232) to represent the line break. For example, putting a line break between the contents of cell A1 and B1 would look like
=A1 & CHAR(8232) & B1
If you were in Microsoft Excel on a Mac, the analogous command would be CHAR(13); on a PC it would be CHAR(10).