Totally agree with you on this dessert! I have loved it since a pilot’s wife made if for us in Germany. Ever since then I’ve been mainkg it. My mom asks me to make about 4 pans for her on Thanksgiving..lol. She loves it too Have you made yours in the round cheesecake shape? I’ve only made mine in the rectagular baking pans.Pamela recently posted..
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B,Why are you trying to make some coaipsrncy theory out of this? The JP, like any other newspaper on the world, is publishing what its readers want to read, and they, apparently, dont want to read what Larry had to say (even if hes written it here, and not in the paper itself). How is their behaviour different from the behaviour of any other newspaper or blog around the globe? Do counterpunch, mondoweiss, tikun olam expose the truth and the truth only? People come to those blogs, as a contra-sample, to read abou tthe world from a very specific perespective and point of view, and this is what they get. When was the last time u read any rational response on one of those sites, to anyone who dared to present a right-winged (or even moderatly left, such as me) point of view? If those free blogs, which are written and edited for ideological purposes only, which emphasize their faith in freedom of speech so often and which pretend to represent some superiour morals and values cant handle with people who come with different opinions why should the JP (whos first and most important goal is to make money) behave differently, and not listen to what its readers, the source of its income are telling it to do?Im not saying its a good thing they fired Larry. I respect him alot, for being honest with himself and his readers, for being patient enough to listen to others and for actually being able to have a dialog with others, but Larry doesnt represent the average human being in this case. Most of the people simply cant/dont want to hear opinoins which differ too much from their own, and it has nothing to do with Israel particullary, or right and left winged issues.
I agree with Lexi that self-publishing is cheap (around $10 on CreateSpace or Lulu), and with Sally that this post is alarmist and uastnlireic.The big problem for writers, though, is not the existence of self-publishing or e-publishing.The problem is the simple fact that there are just too many books around more than anyone could ever read, and more than anyone could even be aware of.Nathan at Curtis Brown often remarks on his blog that his problem is not a scarcity of great manuscripts. His problem is that he gets more great manuscripts than he can possibly handle.In simple terms: The pie isn’t big enough for everyone who wants a slice to get one.
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