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  • Clean House is a home makeover and interior design television show, originally broadcast in 2003 which has aired 9 seasons of programs on the Style Network. Hosted by Niecy Nash, the show brings a four-person cleanup-and-renovation crew to the homes of families to clean up clutter.

  • The following is an episode list for the MTV animated television series Beavis and Butt-head. The series has its roots in 1992 when Mike Judge created two animated shorts - "Frog Baseball" and "Peace, Love & Understanding" - which were later aired on Liquid Television.

  • houseclean: clean and tidy up the house; "She housecleans every week"

  • Each of the separate installments into which a serialized story or radio or television program is divided

  • (episode) a part of a broadcast serial

  • An event or a group of events occurring as part of a larger sequence; an incident or period considered in isolation

  • A finite period in which someone is affected by a specified illness

  • (episode) a brief section of a literary or dramatic work that forms part of a connected series

  • (episode) a happening that is distinctive in a series of related events

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  • TV Show is the second studio solo album by Russian singer Sergey Lazarev. The album was released in Russia in May 10, 2007 and features 12 English tracks, one Russian re-recording and 3 remixes which serve as bonus tracks for the album.

  • (TV Shows) The Cadillac organization was featured on NBC's "Today" show on 12 December 1975.

  • television program: a program broadcast by television

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The Complete America's Test Kitchen TV Show Cookbook: Every Recipe from the Hit TV Show With Product Ratings and a Look Behind the Scenes

The Complete America's Test Kitchen TV Show Cookbook: Every Recipe from the Hit TV Show With Product Ratings and a Look Behind the Scenes

Product Description
Since its debut in 1999, America's Test Kitchen has been public television's most-watched cooking show. This new comprehensive cookbook captures ten seasons of the show in a lively collection featuring more than 500 foolproof recipes and dozens of tips and techniques. You'll learn the secret to rich-tasting Weeknight Bolognese and Cheesey Garlic Bread in Bringing Home Italian Favorites. Prepare a platter of the best-tasting nachos you've ever had in Tex-Mex tonight. And discover a new way to cook the Thanksgiving turkey in Talking Turkey and All the Trimmings--choose among nine different recipes for the holiday bird--from Classic Roast Stuffed Turkey and Crisp-Skinned Butterflied Turkey to Herbed Roast Turkey, Grill-Roasted Turkey, and more.

Want to learn how to be a better cook? Throughout the book you'll find a special behind-the-scenes feature highlighting the most important test kitchen techniques from the past decade. In addition, we take you behind the scenes of the show for a fascinating look at how recipes are developed, why our equipment and ingredient ratings are different, what's involved in putting together an episode, and more. And assembled just for this collection, The America's Test Kitchen Guide to Recommended Ingredients and Equipment unites all our important tastings and testings into an easy-to-navigate buyer's guide so you can be a savvy consumer whether you're investing in a new gas grill or picking up a can of tomatoes. This new volume gives you a decade of great cooking and expertise from America's most trusted test kitchen.

Recipe Excerpts from The Complete America's Test Kitchen TV Show Cookbook

Cheesy Nachos with Guacamole and Salsa
Chocolate Cookies

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(It's not the economy, it's you, says Obama.........HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA ......WELL HELL YOU JUST KNEW IT WASN'T HIM RIGHT????)

A cascade of bad economic and political news knocked President Barack Obama off his game today, and prompted him to revive his 2008-style criticism of his predecessor, and also to suggest that investors, consumers and even the media are responsible for today’s stalled economy.

The blame-game rhetoric – which pollsters say is counterproductive – came during the White House’s joint press conference with Germany’s chancellor, Angela Merkel. “It is just very important for folks to remember how close we came to complete disaster,” he told the watching TV cameras and reporters.

“The world economy took a severe blow two and a half years ago, and in part that is because of a whole set of policy decisions that had been made, and challenges that have been unaddressed over the course of the previous decade,” he said, standing alongside Merkel, whose economy has rebounded during the last two years.

That’s a stump-speech flub, because White House officials have downplayed the blame-game rhetoric after polls and focus groups showed that it is increasingly disliked by swing-voters. The blame-game rhetoric wins positive attitudes from only 51 percent of people, according to Democratic pollster Stan Greenberg.

His research shows that speeches which contain messages of shared growth and shared burdens, of investment and opportunities, score above 60 percent, said Greenberg, who was the lead pollster for President Bill Clinton.

The poll-tested emphasis on the positive can be seen in the President’s routine stump-speeches. For example, his June 3 speech at the Toledo auto-plant included a few perfunctory – although contentious – digs at the GOP; “Two years ago… we were still near the bottom if a vicious recession… we could have done what a lot of folks in Washington thought we should do, and that is nothing” amid extensive passages promising investment and government support for communities, he declared.

But most of his Toledo speech consisted of boiler-plate promises of federal support and investment, including this passage, “We said that if everyone involved was willing to take the tough steps and make the painful sacrifices that were needed to become competitive, then we’d invest in your future and the future of communities like Toledo; that we’d have your back.”

Obama’s misstep at the Tuesday press conference followed several days of bad news showing the economy produced only 54,000 jobs in May and spiked the formal unemployment rate to 9.1 percent. His economic adviser resigned, and a new poll showed his economic record getting record-low ratings and that he was trailing Gov. Mitt Romney by a few points among registered voters.

The stream of bad news was large enough to prompt taunts from the Republican National Committee, which contrasted the White House’s damage-control description of the unemployment data as merely ”a bump in the road” with a 15-point litany of negative polls, forecasts and headlines.

Obama’s first answer at the press conference was an optimistic, forward-looking response to the bad news. “I’m not concerned about a double-dip recession, but I’m concerned the recovery we’re on is not producing jobs as quickly as I want it to happen,” he responded to a question for Reuters.

“We don’t know if this is a one-month episode or is a longer trend… we’re on the path of recovery but it will require an acceleration,” he said.

Yet as more reporters quizzed him about the economy, he slipped into the anti-GOP rhetoric, and even added a suggestion that investors and consumers are at fault for the stalled economy.

“Recovering from that [Bush-era] body-blow will be uneven… there are going to be times where we are making progress, but people are still skittish and nervous and the markets get skittish and nervous, and so they pull back because they’re still thinking about the trauma of this two-and-a-half years ago,” he said.

Then he suggested the drama-seeking media has a negative role too.

“Economic data that in better times would pass without comment, now suddenly people wonder well are we going to go back to this terrible crisis and all that affects consumer confidence; it affects business confidence; it affects the federal markets,” he said.

However, the White House’s task is to rise above the daily drama, Obama said, as he returned to the standard themes of his stump speech.

“And so our task is to not panic, not to overreact, to make sure that we’ve got a path forward as how we make our economies competitive, making sure that we are with dealing with the structural issues and basic fundamentals that will allow us to grow and create a good, sound business environment so America for example, the need for us to get a handle on our debt and our deficit is going to be important. Making sure that our investments in education and clean energy and infrastructure and how we a



That's my wristband from Edinburgh festival. I had to cut it off when I started work. The show was all about Marilyn Monroe & drugs. I never went to see it, but they were handing these out in the street, so I got one. Great advertising.

Saturday: I could have ripped Shannon's head off today. She just went out of her way to make everything so much harder for me. I don't even want to talk about it right now. But I'm not supposed to work weekends & if Kate asks me to work another I will be so annoyed. I just really don't like Shannon. I ended up snapping at everyone apart from her. I even snapped at a customer, right in front of Kate, but Shannon just made me so mad. Kate picked me up 15mins early today, so I didn't have time for breakfast, & at 11am I had 2 pieces of toast, so by the end of the day I was seriously lacking any energy. Kate took me home as everyone started cleaning up, & I just came home & crashed. My brother got back from a bad rugby match, so we both commiserated & ate pizza while watching The Towers, & The X Factor, & the 2 episodes of Family Guy, & an episode of American Dad. Hugh was really sweet to me. He said it was because he felt bad about last night. So then I just relaxed until bedtime, when my brother & I had another argument because he wouldn't feed the cats. I mean, come on! That's the ONE thing he's required to do around the house. The ONE thing. I was just so worn out I wanted to cry. I was so glad I had a day at home on tomorrow.

Sunday: I slept in til 11.30am, when the doorbell rang. It was Sam for Hugh, & he'd already called ahead, but Hugh hadn't bothered to get the door. That annoyed me. I had pasta/soup for lunch, & went online, & read the paper, & watched TV. I basically did very little. It was lovely. My parents got home at 5.45pm while I was watching The Princess Bride on Five. We sang Happy Birthday again, ate cake, my Dad opened the presents from my Aunt. Then he watered the flowers, while me & my brother watched the end of the movie. He & my Dad kept ripping on The Princess Bride. I happen to love it. It's a great movie. Anyway, then I watched X Factor, & chatted to people on skype. Here's a sample of conversation between me & Max:
[22:40:35] Catherine says: I really want a cup of tea
[22:40:45] Max says: i really want to fuck
[22:42:05] Catherine says: Hire a whore
[22:42:22] Catherine says: & btw that totally points out core differences between us
[22:47:03] Max says: what tea vs. sex? come on
[22:47:43] Catherine says: Sometimes tea solves so many more problems than sex

Such thrilling conversation. Anyway. I have to get ready for work tomorrow. Night night.

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