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    Boo Radley Conspirator roseofblack25's Avatar
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    who was it that told me they get rogers internet stick for 45 a month?! I checked out the site and the cheapest I could go is like $80 a month for 5gb of usage and I am sure I use around that a month if not more...

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    Rose I didnt initially mention it but they did call me a few weeks ago and offer me a free rocket stick and $40 or $45/mth for it. You might wanna call them and try to get that promo. Not sure if the price changes after a few months or not, look into it

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    Boo Radley Conspirator roseofblack25's Avatar
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    ya cause I was on the site and its like $179 to buy the stick $10 a month to keep it active then $80 a month on top of that for up to 5GB of usage...

    do you guys have cell plans with them?! that may be why they are offering it at that price cause apparently its cheaper if you bundle it with your cell plan but I dont use rogers I use virgin pay as you go

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    Not sure if everyone's seen this thread.

    http://forum.smartcanucks.ca/88873-5...-100-a-canada/

    If you complete a survey on stress (takes about 15 minutes), they will donate $5 to one of the following charities (SCers so far have raised about $100):
    (1) Sick Kids Hospital
    (2) Canadian Cancer Society
    (3) The Arthritis Society
    (4) Heart & Stroke Foundation
    (5) Canadian Women’s Foundation
    (6) The United Way.

    I figure it's an easy way to help someone out.


    Hope everyone had a good day.

    I had the TV going in the background all day, so heard the memorial service. Was a bit annoyed at some of the guests who were capitalizing on the proceedings. I did like the senator from Houston - I had no idea about MJ's work for various charities. Hadn't planned on watching it, but kinda glad I did.

    Off to bed now - gotta get up early again tomorrow - did I mention I HATE mornings?

    Good night all!

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    Thanks for pointing the survey out!

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    Did the survey gave mine to Sick Kids. Spent years in and out of their while a kid.

    Finally got to register for courses.

    My schedule (I need a social life now)

    Mondays - 2pm - 5pm
    Tuesday- NOTHING
    Wednesday - 10am - 11am
    Thursday - 8am - 10am & 1pm - 3pm
    Friday - 8am - 11am

    Im thinking of taking a few online courses plus they arent offer my Emerg Manag program anymore. (since they dont want to waste the time with 2 of us). Nice eh. They just told us now - yet they thing the two of us will return the yr after - Im not driving 4 hours for a 2 hour class at night because they screwed me over this year.

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    thanks for the words.
    andit i will look into that
    have a good day

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    Thanks Leftie!

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    Slow and Easy Java Ribs By The Canadian Living Test Kitchen

    3 racks porkback ribs (about 5 lb/2.2 kg)


    Rub
    1/4 cup (50 mL) ground coffeebeans (not instant) (used butter pecan flavor, ground mine really fine)
    3 Tbsp (50 mL) packed brown sugar (didn’t pack)
    2 Tbsp (25 mL) chili powder (I used the dark cocoa color chili, it doesn't have the heat of the lighter more "orangey" chili.. I wanted chili flavor not heat)
    2 Tbsp. paprika (used smoked paprika)
    1 Tbsp (15 mL) salt
    2 tsp (10 mL) ground cumin
    1/2 tsp (2 mL) cinnamon
    1/2 tsp (2 mL) ginger


    2 Tbsp (25 mL) vegetable oil

    Trim any visible fat from ribs; remove membrane from underside if attached. Place ribs in large shallow dish.

    In dish, combine ground coffee, sugar, chili powder, paprika, salt, cumin, cinnamon and ginger; rub over ribs. (this is lots, I didn’t use it all, actually had enough for 2 meals of ribs)
    Cover and marinate in refrigerator for 4 hours.
    (Make-ahead: Refrigerate for up to 24 hours.)

    Place ribs on greased grill over medium-low heat; close lid and cook, turning 4 times and brushing with oil, for 1-1/2 to 2 hours or until tender and bones are visible at ends. Cut into 2- or 3-rib pieces.

    Kekes method: After marinating, I dumped the bag into the slow cooker. Rinsed the bag with a tiny bit of water, dumped that into the bottom of the cooker and turned on til done.
    I also have cooked in slow cooker, then finished on Foreman grill! Yummy!

    I put the cooked broth into the fridge, defatted and froze for use next time I make beef gravy. I like this rub so much, I got ribs on sale, put the rub on and froze. Marked bag so when it comes out of freezer, just let unthaw in fridge a day or two ahead of time! And I have a recipe of dry rub in a jar for those …umm. … just in case days! lol
    Last edited by kekes; Wed, Jul 8th, 2009 at 07:37 AM.

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    Think Im going to try this on a cheap cut of roast beef in the freezer ... Supper tomorrow night!

    Love to hear from those who try and what they did and how it turned out for them!

    AND this baby is getting glued into the my family cookbook right now! I spent hours and hours yesterday trying to find this on line, most that I found used cocoa and that doesn't appeal to me.

    ENJOY
    Last edited by kekes; Wed, Jul 8th, 2009 at 07:36 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricki911 View Post
    Hey Guys!

    I need to ask a favour to those on facebook. Can you all join my Energizer party - the more members I get in my party will increase my change of winning.

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    BG I voted for you in my niece's account. Maybe post it on your facebook too so more of your friends can vote for you
    I put it on my profile. I will continue to do so until the voting is finished once or twice a day, just to remind people. Thank you for the suggestion



    Good morning everyone, and thanks for all the words yesterday

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    Morning Ladies and Felons!!

    Thanks for the words, I caught a cold but am getting better
    The only question I cannot answer... why?

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    thanks kekes for the recipe it sounds awesome, I used coffee a long time ago with a roast and it was so good but that recipe is long lost too

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    Thanks for the words.

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