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Alt 01.09.2005, 21:39   #1 (permalink)
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Wie man merkt, ein neuer Offtopic thread.
Ein ziemlich offener Fragethread der hoffentlich nicht nur mir Freude und Antworten bringt.
Obwohl wir im Offopic sind, reisst euch bitte zusammen, vielleicht schafft ihrs ja Spass mit ernsthaften Antworten zu verbinden.

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Hier soll man also nur Fragen stellen, die sonstwo nicht reinpassen? Oder versteh' ich da was falsch? (Ist an dem englischen Thread-Titel nicht eindeutig genug. (?))
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Fragen an sich allgemein, z.B.
what does it need to formulate clear thread titles ?
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Danke! Alles klar!
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to cook an Eisbein?


EISBEIN

Eisbein is a pork cut of german origin, and refers to the shank section, which can be fresh, but is usually pickled and smoked.

1 pork shank / Eisbein per person

The trick of cooking eisbein is to boil it in plenty of water, as you would cook ham or corned beef.

When it's meltingly tender, you could roast it in a very hot oven, brushing it with a mixture of honey or brown sugar and butter.

This will caramelise it nicely. Serve Eisbein with sauerkraut and boiled potatoes.

Note: The name Eisbein is Nordic in origin and means "pork knuckle". In Swedish this is "islaeggor" and in the Norwegian it is called "islegg".
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begin a Compost Pile

Steps:
1. Start a very basic compost simply by piling up leaves and grass clippings. If you do nothing else, you can dig out compost after about six months of warm weather.

2. For something a little more thought-out, start by finding a good place for your pile - somewhere that is handy to the garden and kitchen, yet out of plain sight.

3. Corral that compost with a simple frame - loosely roll 6 feet of stiff wire-mesh fencing (4 feet tall with 1/2-inch mesh, called hardware cloth) to make a ring. Leave three cut ends of wire exposed to secure the ring to itself and stand it up.

4. Build a more permanent compost bin from slatted wood or recycled pallets.

5. Leave it open on one side for access - adding, turning and digging out compost from the bottom - and do not cover the top.

6. Understand the two basic elements that make compost: green (grass clippings, old annuals) and brown (dry leaves, soil) garden debris. Try for a balance of one part green to one to two parts brown, until the mix is damp but not wet.

7. Put a layer of leaves 4 inches thick in the bottom of your pile, then 1 inch of your good garden soil. Next add 2 inches of grass clippings or old plants, then more brown and green in alternate layers.

8. Turn with a manure or spading fork one week after building your pile. Begin burying coffee grounds, eggshells and green kitchen waste into the pile and turn it weekly. You'll have compost in about two months.

9. Make another ring or bin and turn the compost from one into the other to neatly mix it up and aerate the pile for fastest results. (Start another pile after yours has grown to 3 feet cubed.)

10. Begin digging out compost from the bottom of the pile when you turn it over and cannot recognize the component parts any longer. Dig out shovelfuls of crumbly brown compost to use in your garden, and use the partially composted matter for mulch or to start another pile.


Tips:
1. Healthy compost smells pleasantly earthy - turn it more often and add more dry brown matter if yours smells funky.

Use liquid compost starters - called inoculants - if you have no healthy soil to add at first.

2. Water your compost pile only during extended dry weather, and then only enough to moisten it, not drench the contents.

3. Many excellent compost systems of varying sizes are available at different price levels.


Warnings:
Do not compost animal waste, meats, oils, diseased plants or plants treated with weed killers.
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Would you mind my supplementing your Tutorial for another way?

1.) Start your PC

2.) Start your browser (e.g. Firefox)

3.) Enter "http://foren.hx3.de"

4.) Search for a user called "Kompost" (the German word for "compost)

5.) Follow the steps listed by Snevsied
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How to Kill Time on a Ship

Whether you're cruising the Nordsee or Mittelmeer or on duty as a naval officer, ships are virtual cities with a plethora of activities to keep you occupied from dawn until dusk.
  • 1. Exercise. If your ship contains a bastel-room, use it. If there is no gym, lace up your shoes and run laps around the upper deck.
  • 2. Play games. Most cruise ships boast full-scale casinos, shuffleboard courts, pool tables or Shootergames as well as a host of organized games. If your ship does not offer all of these amenities, break out a deck of cards and get the games rolling.
  • 3. Eat. Ships are always stocked full of rations, so visit the 24-hour buffet or raid the pantry for a mid-afternoon snack. Chips are wery good! But drink much beer!
  • 4. Read. The silent sea and the immutable landscape offer the perfect environment for hours of uninterrupted reading.
  • 5. Write postcards. People still like to receive old-fashioned "snail mail," so send an update to friends and family. But, dont forget: On the ship is no postofice, for sending the postcards!
  • 6. Enjoy the sun. Even the most basic ships allow for plenty of room to spread out a towel and soak up some rays.
  • 7. Take the time to get plenty of sleep. Whether you're on vacation or on a two-day haul, what better time to get a much-needed dose of rest and relaxation?
Good meaned tip:
Make sure you are always loaded up with suncreme, lip balsam and a hat or helmet to protect you from the sun.

Warning:
Never lean too far over the edge of the ship. You can fal over the reling!
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travelling with baby.

Check in early at the airport and request seats at the front of the plane where there will be room for the sky cots that most airlines provide for children up to the age of about one.

Also try and time your childs nap for shortly after take off. Travelling overnight seems to work well if your child is in the routine of sleeping through the night.
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What does it need to do, when you have gum in hair? How remove?

Remember all those chunks of hair your mother had to chop when you got gum (Kaugummi) stuck in it? Before you cut your hair or resort to such other drastic measures, try the methods below.
  • 1. Put ice cubes in a plastic bag.
  • 2. Apply ice cubes to gum until gum freezes and hardens.
  • 3. Gently break gum away from the hair.
  • 4. If the freezing method fails, apply a small amount of nontoxic oil, such as canola or oil, to hair around gum and to gum itself.
  • 5. Massage oil into hair and gum; leave for 20 minutes.
  • 6. Gently comb out gum. It should slide out easily. If it doesn't, repeat the process.
  • 7. It dont works with chinese gum! If you have china-gum, you have a problem! Cut the hair, or take a hat (or helmet).

    Another question:
  • -You may want to wrap the ice in a washcloth if it becomes too cold to hold comfortably.
  • -Some hair may break off when you are removing the gum from it.
  • - After the oil method, the gum may be gone, but the oil will remain in the hair for several shampoos.
  • -Sometime I used peanut butter. I just smeared it on with a butter knife and let it set for about 40 minutes to an hour. Then I rubbed it in some more and washed the hair afterward.
  • -Apply a liberal amount (or soak for several seconds) of 99% isopropyl alcohol to the area, then rub. The sap dissolves quickly. Then clean with soap or shampoo and rinse to remove alcohol and the dissolved sap.
  • After removing, wash the gum wery good, and you can eat the gum again.
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... Copy a File to a Floppy Disk

You can copy a file from your hard drive, from a CD or from any other storage media that you are using and put it on a floppy disk. This allows you to transport files from one computer to another.

Windows 98

1. Insert a disk into your floppy disk drive.

2. Right-click on My Computer and choose Explore. A window will appear containing icons for all the drives or storage devices that are installed in your computer.

3. Locate the file you want to copy. Double-click or click on the plus sign next to the drives and folders to open them. The contents of the folder or drive appear in the window pane on the right.

4. Drag the file to the A: drive (floppy disk).

5. Press the button on the disk drive to eject the disk. (Don't press the button while the light is on.)

Tips:
Be sure that there is enough available space on the diskette, or the file will not be copied.

Warnings:
Remember to remove your diskette before shutting down the computer. The next time you boot up (start) your computer, it will not start if there is a floppy disk in the drive.
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What does it need to eat Papaya...

The papaya is a tropical fruit and is commonly served in salads or made into sauces, jams, pickles or juice. Even though it might look mysterious, it's easy to prepare. It is also wery yumi to eat it "ohne alles"
  • 1.Wash the papaya in cool water.
  • 2.Cut it in half and scoop out the seeds.
  • 3.Peel and slice it into sections, or use a melon baller or a kind of knife to scoop out the fruit.

Recomandations:
  • Save the papaya seeds for use as a garnish or to dry and grind into a pepper-like seasoning.
  • Papayas have an enzyme called papain that breaks down protein, making it a great meat tenderizer.
  • Papayas are wery good at night for couples (male and female) excited coproductions.
  • Wrap papaya leaves around meat before baking or grilling, or marinate papaya chunks with meat before cooking.

Good heartburn: Eat a papaya, the papain in the papaya helps control the excessive acid in your stomach. Just wash it, cut it in half, scoop out the seeds, then eat it out of it's skin with a spoon. It's good just the way it is, and it's good for you!
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... Delete a File

Delete unneeded files from your hard drive or from other storage media to reduce clutter and free up space on your drives. These instructions should work for most operating systems.

1. Drag the file to the Recycle Bin. The file remains in the Recycle Bin until you empty the bin.

Tips:
Windows users can also select the file and then press the Delete key on the keyboard, or select the file, then right-click and select Delete from the menu that appears. Click OK. Files deleted from the desktop can be restored from the Recycle Bin or the Trash if you change your mind.

Warnings:
If you delete a program file (that is, a file that your software or your operating system requires), then your system or the software may not work correctly or may not work at all. Be very careful when deleting files from the System Folder.
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... choose long underwear for your child

Even if you have a nice coat, funny gloves, disturbed hat and crazy bibs for your child, you run the risk of an abbreviated ski day if you don't remember long underwear.
  • 1. Consider a synthetic fabric such as polypropylene or capilene. These fabrics wick moisture from the skin to keep your child dry.
  • 2. Decide on a pair of long johns that are snug rather than loose-fitting. You'll have to buy another pair of long underwear sooner than expected, but the loose ones don't serve the purpose of insulating the body as well.
  • 3. Find a cotton/nylon blend if it fits into your budget better. Having an underlayer is better than not having one, and it doesn't need to be fancy.
  • 4. Think about investing in some wool long underwear if you can afford it or have younger children in line for hand-me-downs. Long underwear that is not itchy is now available and may be the best for keeping your child warm.
  • 5. Everytime you need to play "Deicide" on your stereo at home! Your child will be very plenty happy
  • No matter what the fabric, give your child a layer of long underwear. Your child will stay warmer longer when outside. Even when you send your child out with shirt tucked and bib cuffs pulled over boots, the moment he or she bends down for a ski, you've got skin exposed without long underwear.
  • Secondhand stores (sporting goods and children's shops) tend to offer a selection of long underwear.
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... Buy Computer Software

These days, almost all new major-brand computers come with a software bundle that can handle most people's basic needs. If you buy a bare-bones machine, you may find yourself spending a lot of time and money to properly equip it. Here's how you can get started.

Steps:
1. Collect your computer's vital statistics. You should know the operating system, the amount of random-access memory (RAM), and the available hard-disk space before you shop. Knowing whether it's Windows or Mac OS isn't enough; you need the operating system version number (Windows 98, 2000, Me or XP; Mac OS 8.x, 9.x or OS X). To locate this information:

2. In Windows XP, click on Start, then Control Panel, then Performance and Maintenance, then System.

3. In other versions of Windows, double-click on My Computer, then double-click on Control Panel, then double-click on System. You may need to click on the Performance tab.

4. In Mac OS X, open the Applications folder, double-click on the Utilities folder, then double-click on Apple System Profiler.

5. In Mac OS 9 or earlier, select the Apple System Profiler (usually found in the Apple menu).

6. Think about what kind of work you want to do. Software applications are organized into broad categories by retailers:

7. Office applications (sometimes called productivity software) are for word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and presentations. Most new computers come with some sort of office software. Whatever you choose, make sure it works with industry standards Microsoft Word and Excel.

8. Internet applications include Web browsers and e-mail, and come with most computers. E-mail software is sometimes called "communications."

9. Personal finance software includes money-management and tax-preparation tools. Make sure these will work with your financial institution's online banking systems.

10. Utilities include virus protection, Internet firewall, backup and recovery, and disk-management software. Every computer should have current virus protection, and computers on a broadband Internet connection should have a firewall.

11. Graphics and multimedia applications include digital photo manipulation, drawing, video editing and sound. These often demand huge amounts of available disk space and memory.

12. Entertainment software refers to games. Most run best with graphics or sound cards; some require external controllers such as joysticks. See How to Buy Video and Computer Games.

13. Educational software includes typing tutors, language instruction, and math and reading learning programs for children.

14. Reference software includes atlases, dictionaries and encyclopedias.

15. Development applications are for advanced users and programmers who want to create their own software.

16. Learn about which specific software will best serve your needs by talking with friends and colleagues, and reading reviews. Read software reviews on ZDNet.com and Cnet.com and in Macworld and PC World.

17. As you narrow your choices, compare the system requirements of the software with the information you collected in Step 1. In stores, look for the system requirements on the package. Catalogs and online stores list requirements with the product description. Make sure your system can handle the application.

18. Find out what the current version of the software is. If a newer version exists (or is expected soon), make sure that the version you buy can be upgraded to the most current version for free. Updates and patches can be costly.

19. Find out what technical support comes with the software. The options vary greatly, from free lifetime support to per-minute charges for telephone help. Most software companies are moving toward self-service Web-based support, so visit the manufacturer's Web site to see if it seems helpful and complete.

20. Look for a free trial version, found at the software company's Web site, if you can't decide between two products. Some trial versions quit working after a set time period; others lack some basic functionality (such as the ability to save or print work). Most can be upgraded to full versions online for a fee. Many computers come loaded with trial versions of popular software.

21. Purchase packaged software if you like having a printed manual and an installer disc you can file away. (Make sure that the package actually contains a printed manual; they're often on the disc.) Buy software online and download it if you have a broadband Internet connection and need to use the software right away. This can be done from manufacturers' Web sites.

22. Spend little or nothing on freeware (no-cost software) and shareware (low-cost software purchased on the honor system). Many of these products, as well as trial versions of commercial software, are available at Tucows.com, VersionTracker.com and Download.com.


Overall Tips:
Students can get discounts on many software products at their college bookstore.

Wondering what the difference is between software programs, and applications? Some tech-industry people say that the software includes operating systems, but applications do not.

Note that some software programs can cause conflicts with others; ask manufacturers or read online reviews to learn if you have these.

Some companies create "home" and "professional" versions of the same software. Find out what the difference is, and whether you need the more expensive pro version.


Overall Warnings:
Software is licensed, not purchased. It's illegal to borrow a CD-ROM from a friend and install his or her software on your computer.
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... keep your country tidy

Keep your country tidy! Thats wery important for us and other people. If we wast the world in a few years we have much more Katastropes and Umweltschaeden. You can help too, to do the right things.
  • 1.When you eat chewing gum, dont throw the paper down!
  • 2. When you drink something from Dosen or bottles, dont throw the empty things in your enwiroment! Glasbotles are wery dangerous. Someon can cut himself with the Glasscherben.
  • 3.If you ar a oriental people, and you eat traditional Sonnenblumenkerne or Kuerbiskerne, dont spit the Shel on earth. Better let fall much more from the Kerne, becose the birds can eat that. But remember: The Kuerbiskerne with salt ar not good for birds!
  • 4.If you are boozed, and make something in your underwear, dont let the underwear in the street. A child can take that and go home whit the underwear.
  • 5.If you find a used underwear on street, take it at your home! Its better then let if waste
    the street..
  • 6.Dont keep oil in the Gulli or somewhere. Its not good for ground!
  • 7.Dont make bad thinks in wood, and dont cry there. You scary the poor animals!
Otherwise you can do some good things:
  • Keep your country tidy!
  • If someone do bad things or polute the enwirement, go there and speak a few worths withhim. If he dont want to speak with you, kick the ass from the perp!
  • also, keep your coutry tidy! Yup!
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.... fry chicken

-Steps:

1. Put flour, salt, pepper, paprika and cayenne pepper in a plastic bag. Shake to mix.

2. Add cut-up chicken pieces, with or without bones, to bag. (Smaller pieces cook more quickly, so consider cutting each breast half in two.) Shake to coat chicken with the seasoned flour.

3. Heat 3/4 inch oil in a heavy frying pan (preferably cast-iron) over medium-high heat, until it gets to 350 degrees F. Use a 2-inch-deep pan if possible to reduce spatters.

4. When oil is hot, shake any excess flour off the chicken and add the pieces to the pan a few at a time. Don't allow the pieces to touch in the pan. Fry the chicken in batches if your pan won't hold them all with space to spare.

5. Cook the chicken pieces for about 10 minutes per side. Regulate the heat as the chicken cooks, keeping the oil temperature below 375 degrees - use a deep-frying thermometer to the check the temperature.

6. Drain chicken on paper towels.

Tips:
Frying chicken is a messy business. Spread newspapers on the floor in front of the stove to keep the floor clean. Consider moving anything on the stovetop out of the way so it won't acquire a coating of grease.


Warnings:
Be very careful when working with hot oil. It can splatter and cause bad burns. Add chicken carefully to the pan, handling it with long metal tongs if possible.
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... go with dog Gassi - for beginners

Steps:
1. You need a dog! A Kampfdog ist the best dog to einschüchtern the people in the street!
2. You need a Hundeleine!
3. Go out with the damn dog, bofore he make it in your flat!!!

Warning:
The Kampfdog can bite you! If this happened, kill the dog!

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...remove Cat Urine From Carpet


Steps:

1. Blot new stains with paper towels.

2. Lay a large amount of paper towels on the stain.

3. Apply gentle pressure to the stain by stepping on paper towels.

4. Replace stained paper towels with fresh ones.

5. Stand on paper towels to increase pressure.

6. Remove towels.

7. Apply a specialized stain- and odor-removing bacteria/enzyme cleaner.

8. Apply carpet shampoo.

9. Rinse with warm water.

Tips:
If the stain has already dried, dilute it with water before following these steps.

You may want to wear rubber gloves. (Who would not )


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... Treat Tapeworms

To effectively eliminate tapeworms, hookworms, round worms, and whipworms in dogs and puppies, treat them with "Valbazen" (Abendazole) liquid wormer 2 days in a row. This wormer is available at any feed store and is highly recommended by dog owners for over 25 years. It is recognized by vets to be effective. Adult dog dosage is 1 cc per 10 lbs of body weight. The puppy dose is 1/10 of cc per 10 lbs. of body weight. This wormer can be used on the new mother dog and her puppies. The recommended worming schedule is 2,3,4 6,8,10,12 and 15 weeks of age for pups and 2,3,4 weeks for the mom. This wormer also prevents and kills Coccidia parasites.
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