To Serve and Protect - cop admits to drinking 18 beers, going on duty
You Are Getting Very Sleepy - bandit hypnotizing cashiers, bank tellers
Never Too Old - 93-year-old charged in sex sting
On this day in history: March 25, 1967 - As part of Operation Green Mist, the U.S. Army detonates explosive warheads containing the deadly sarin nerve agent at Upper Waiakea Forest Reserve on the big island of Hawaii. The open-air tests are kept secret for more than thirty years.
Born on this day in history: March 25, 1934 - Gloria Steinem (1934– ) Born in Toledo, OH, feminist and writer Gloria Steinem began as a journalist, attracting attention with an article, "I Was a Playboy Bunny," based on undercover work. In 1971, she joined other feminists in forming the National Women's Political Caucus, and took the lead in launching Ms magazine (1972). Steinem has been working for social reform ever since.
Scripture of the Day: He said, "Look! I see four men walking around in the fire, unbound and unharmed, and the fourth looks like a son of the gods." - Daniel 3:25
Video of the Day: Kung Fu - submitted by Cindy
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I intended to sauté Tyson boneless, skinless chicken breasts with mushrooms, red bell pepper, and onion last evening. Laura decried this notion, crying out for the chicken breasts to be grilled. I sprayed the chicken breasts with olive oil Pam and seasoned liberally with Tony Chachere's More Spice. I grilled them on the indoor grill for 10 minutes per side. I made a casserole of sliced white onion, sliced yellow squash, sliced red potatoes, and a head of whole, peeled garlic cloves. I seasoned with Tony Chachere's More Spice, Italian seasoning, and ground black pepper and baked in the microwave. It was a delightful meal. The grilled chicken was delicious. I was pleased that Laura requested that it be grilled. It was charred nicely on the exterior and moist and tender throughout.