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RDJ-- Rice and Bean Salad, 02-03-00  Recipe du Jour
 Feb 03, 2000 02:55 PST 

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1 (16 oz) can red kidney beans, drained
3 hard cooked eggs, chopped
1 cup cooked regular rice
1/2 cup chopped sweet pickles
1/4 cup chopped green pepper
1/4 cup chopped onion
1/4 cup chopped celery
1/2 cup mayonnaise or salad dressing

Combine all ingredients; toss gently to mix. Cover and chill 1 to 2 hours.
Yield: 4 to 6 servings.


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I just received the remnants of a letter delivered by the U.S. Postal
Service that arrived in a plastic Ziploc baggie. Inside was a scrap of torn
envelope with absolutely nothing on it other than my name, address, and a
portion of a cancelled postmark. Here is the first paragraph that was
printed on the back of the Ziploc: "Dear Postal Customer: We sincerely
regret the damage to your mail during handling by the Postal Service. We
hope this incident did not inconvenience you. We realize that your mail is
important to you and that you have every right to expect it to be delivered
in good condition." Hmmmm... I only hope the missing letter and return
address had nothing to do with The Publisher's Clearing House Sweepstakes.

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Rich’s Note:   After having watched the movie Diehard once a week for the
last 6 or 7 weeks, courtesy of the TNT network, I’ve come to the conclusion
that it’s a great movie. Okay, there’s some miscasting with regards to the
fat cop and the last scene involving the fat cop shooting the villain who
wouldn’t die is a bit hokey; but it’s still a good film. And the TV version
gets rid of all the really foul language. But Bruce Willis is a good actor,
the action is non-stop, and it draws the viewer in. Sometimes I get
disenchanted when Oscar time rolls around because films like Diehard don’t
win any major awards. It seems like the awards go to the “important” films
that I don’t usually care for, films that “mean” something. For instance, I
thought The English Patient was one of the most boring movies I ever saw. I
loved the camera work and the music in The Piano, but I kept falling asleep.
I guess the ultimate award is how a film does at the box office. . .or how
many times a month TNT shows it.

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There'll be days like this Mama said
(Mama said, mama said)
Mama said there'll be days like this,
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I went walking the other day,
Everything was going fine,
I met a little boy named Billy Joe
And then I almost lost my mind
Mama said there'll be days like this,
There'll be days like this Mama said
(Mama said, mama said)
Mama said there'll be days like this,
There'll be days like this my Mama said
My eyes are wide open
But all that I can see is,
chapel bells are callin for everyone but-a me
but I don't worry cause
Mama said there'll be days like this,
There'll be days like this Mama said
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Mama said there'll be days like this,
There'll be days like this my Mama said
And then she said someone will look at me
like I'm looking at you one day,
then I might find
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so I don't worry cause
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