Chilli con carne.
Raspberry Pi users come from all over the world and have differing "beliefs" many do not celebrate or recognise Christmas...
So what?..., so making an assumption that everyone wants your wishes are presumptuous
Exactly. I'm come from a Christian/Jewish background, but don't follow any religion (except perhaps Om, or the FSM ) My wife chooses Pagan. We both celebrate the seasonal holiday and wish everyone else a Merry Christmas too.
Actually... What you do is to kill the boar once you're sure all the sows are pregnant. That way, you get some good meals and you don't have to feed the otherwise useless (and probably difficult and cranky) boar all winter.Heater wrote: ↑Tue Dec 25, 2018 7:14 pmYes, I'm true believer in the power of the Finite State Machine
Don't forget, the mid-winter celebrations are not a Christian thing exactly. Humans have been celebrating the mid-winter solstice for a long time before they turned up. At a time when you lived by the seasons, have survived another year and it's dark and cold it the winter it's great to get together and have have a festival. Besides, you probably have to kill your remaining pig or whatever to avoid starvation.
Well... Just came back from having a late Festivus dinner at TGI Friday's... That would be ribs for me, some chicken for the kids and lemonade and chicha morada for drinks... And yes, it's summer solstice around here. Live long and prosper, and may the schwatrz be with you! Ho ho ho!
As shown in the 25 Dec. "Doc Rat": http://www.docrat.com.au/comic/christma ... and-ivory/Tzarls wrote: ↑Wed Dec 26, 2018 5:42 amWell... Just came back from having a late Festivus dinner at TGI Friday's... That would be ribs for me, some chicken for the kids and lemonade and chicha morada for drinks... And yes, it's summer solstice around here. Live long and prosper, and may the schwatrz be with you! Ho ho ho!
I watched that video the other day. I love the RI lectures. I went to the Humphry Davy lecture there when I was young. It was awesome! I want to go again some day.
I have 2 fireplaces in my old 1930s house. Happy to know we won't run out anytime soon!Burngate wrote: ↑Wed Dec 26, 2018 6:23 pmI was going to write about how good Welsh coal was, but went Googling first, just to get my facts right.
Turns out there's more to coal than I'd realised.
https://www.thebalance.com/all-types-of ... al-1182543
https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-diffe ... oking-coal