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Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : What do you think of the beating of the young children by the wicked catholic nuns in the 1960`s and before?

I was a victum and so were many other children, and I suffer from post tramic stress disorder form all the beatings I got from the Wicked Roman Catholic Nuns!!!

Answer by Gargle
Sister Francine was hot! You could tell under her habit. I used to imagine her disrobed.
I think she had a troubled childhood.

Answer by Turd Ferguson
The Catholic Church is the secret center of Luciferianism. Truth. Those Satanists were literally beating the God out of you.

Answer by Delusion Crusher 10000
If you had behaved like you were supposed to you would not be suffering. Your parents should have done it at home, earlier on.

I recall sitting in a pew for Communion rehearsal, and out of the blue a nun smacked some kid in the face. It was “out of the blue” for me because I was not paying attention to how he was being disruptive. At any rate the hair still sticks up on my back of my neck when I think of it.

They used wooden paddles, too; the kind that had the rubber band an red, rubber ball. I may have well been a baseball bat, for us at that age.

Answer by Kathy Miller
Some of them were real mean but I prefer to think about Sister Marie Claire my third grade teacher the second year. She was an angel and the sweetest nicest kindest person.

Answer by Pancho
This is interesting. I was in Catholic school during the ’50 and ’60s, i know what you’re talking about, and i can say what I’m going to say with no fear of contradiction: The real definition of “religion” is a method by which one can unite to God. Take a good look at Roman Catholicism – look at all of the drama, the pomp and ceremony – the dogmas – the spectacular buildings, the costumes the clergy wear. What has any of that to do with religion? The nuns i knew were very neurotic, quite irritable, and few of them seemed happy. When i was in Catholic school, one day out on the playground, the priest beat up a classmate of mine. The boy had grown angry with the priest and cursed him out. Rude? Yes. Deserving of a beating (with fists)? No. The next day the boy showed us the bruises on his back. If that were to happen today, that priest would be in jail. He beat a 12 (or 13) year old boy with his fists. The way the Catholic “church” keeps its members in line is with the threat of “eternal damnation.” They’re told this from the time they’re very tiny and huge numbers of them never question it. Catholicism is quite horrifying. Behave yourself and God will love you. Misbehave and you’ll be “cast into hell” and all hope will be forever lost. Some of those nuns and some of those priests needed a beating — no kidding — they had no empathy for those tiny kids they were slapping around — I remember a huge nun we had there — she taught the younger children — i remember seeing her out in the hallway slapping a small boy in the face, slapping him back and forth, meaning with the palm and then the back of her hand. These kinds of things, and the way the Vatican twisted the original teachings around during their Councils through the centuries, and now the number of priests being caught after having had their way with some of the children all point to one glaring truth: Catholicism doesn’t qualify as religion. It hasn’t qualified in many centuries. To those interested enough, i would strongly recommend that you download and read, “The Vatican Holocaust,” by Avro Manhattan. It’s a story of pure horror – it details what the Vatican did in Eastern Europe during the 1940s and ’50s — the hundreds of people they killed there. In fact, what the priests and others were doing there in the name of Catholicism shocked the Nazis. That is not an exaggeration. Religion is about loving God and wanting to unite with God. It’s not about scaring and beating people into submission and forcing them to be believers. Catholicism is simply a huge organization designed to control large masses of people. The Vatican is a political power, not a place of intense sanctity. The Vatican is up to no good all over the world, believe it or not. Investigate. What you will find will shock and sicken you. Interestingly, many nuns and priests over the years have quit and gone out and gotten married or even found a real religious tradition through which they could actually serve God without the threats or violence. In the mid-1960s, John Lennon said that Christianity would wither and die. In fact, that actually happened centuries ago — if you know the history of Christianity, you know that it’s been a tradition of bloody violence. Even now, for example, we hear Christians say that gay people “should be put to death.” This is typical of the Christian traditions. Keep your kids away from Christianity, and specifically away from Catholicism. Keep them far away from it …

Answer by Brenda
That is truly horrible. My heart goes out to you. The blood is on the hands of those that are suppose to represent God. I am so glad that I became a Jehovah’s Witness. Just as it tells us “Get Out of Babylon the Great, the Mother of the Harlot”…that is false religion.

Rev. 14:6-8
And I saw another angel flying in midheaven,* and he had everlasting good news to declare as glad tidings to those who dwell on the earth, and to every nation and tribe and tongue and people, saying in a loud voice: “FEAR God and give him glory, because the hour of the judgment by him has arrived, and so worship the One who made the heaven and the earth and sea and fountains of waters.”
And another, a second angel,* followed, saying: “She has fallen! Babylon the Great has fallen, she who made all the nations drink of the wine of the anger of her fornication!”*

These events are soon to happen.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : How Do U MakeTaffy?

Please tell me i love taffy i was wanting to make it

Answer by scrappykins
Grandmother’s Molasses Taffy

Ingredients

(1 servings)

1 c Molasses
1/2 c Sugar, granulated
1/2 c Brown sugar
1/3 c -Water
2 tb Butter
1/4 ts Baking soda
1 pn -Salt

Instructions

Tire a la Melasse de Grand-Mere
Quebec’s sweet tooth is often satisfied by this old-fashioned candy made from molasses and sugar. This recipe belongs to Marguerite Legault, a member of Les Fermieres de Thuroso, a rural woman’s group in the town on the Ottawa River.
In a medium, heavy saucepan, combine molasses, granulated and brown sugars and water. Heat to boiling and stir to dissolve sugars. Let mixture boil, without stirring, until syrup reaches the hard ball stage (260F/125C) on a candy thermometer. Remove from heat, stir in butter, baking soda, and salt. Immediately pour onto a buttered marble slab or baking sheet. When cool enough to handle, butter hands and gather taffy into a ball. Pull taffy between hands and continually stretch and fold again until taffy turned lighter in colour (this can take from 5 to 15 minutes.) Stretch and twist taffy into a rope about 1 inch thick and cut into pieces using buttered scissors. Wrap each piece in waxed paper. MAKES:
ABOUT 48 PIECES

Answer by Jaynee H
idk call willy wonka 😛

Answer by x_liddle_pixie_x
~~HONEY TAFFY~~

3 cups granulated sugar
1 cup whipping cream
1 cup honey
1 tablespoon butter
1/8 teaspoon salt

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Combine ingredients in large,heavy saucepan.
Bring to boil over medium heat,stirring constantly.
Continue stirring and cook until mixture reaches soft crack stage (270 degrees on candy thermometer).
Pour mixture onto cool,buttered surface (a large cookie sheet works).
Allow to cool slightly,until it can be handled comfortably.
Here is the fun part,butter your hands,find a partner,pull and twist taffy into ropes, until it lightens in color.
Break ropes into pieces about 2 inches long.
wrap pieces in waxed paper and twist ends.

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~CHOCOLATE TAFFY~

2 tablespoons unsalted butter, plus
additonal unsalted butter, for greasing
1/3 cup Dutch-processed cocoa powder
3/4 cup water
1 1/2 cups sugar
1 cup light corn syrup
1 teaspoon white vinegar
1 teaspoon baking soda
1/4 teaspoon salt
confectioners’ sugar, for dusting
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Line a heavy baking sheet, not a cookie sheet it should have sides, with a heat proof silicone mat or grease generously with butter. Lay the sheet on a heatproof surface.
In a medium bowl, whisk together the cocoa powder and water until the mixture thickens, then pour through a mesh strainer into a heavy 6 quart non stick pot. Add the sugar, corn syrup, butter, vinegar, baking soda, and salt and whisk to combine. The mixture should not fill more than half the pot as it will boil and rise during cooking. Boil over moderate heat, stirring occasionally during the first 5 to 10 minutes (when mixture is foamy), then do not stir (mixture will bubble vigorously, but settle in the pot). Continue cooking until an instant read thermometer registers 250 degrees (about 15 to 20 minutes), stir in 2 tablespoons of butter until combined, and carefully pour into prepared pan without scraping the pot.
Using a lightly buttered metal pastry scraper or wooden spoon, begin to fold the cooler edges of taffy onto the center (The taffy will become firmer on the edges after a few minutes, but the heat will be concentrated in the center). Taffy will be very soft initially and seem like a thick liquid. Avoid scraping the bottom of the pan.
When taffy is still hot but cool enough to handle, butter your gloved palms generously and gather taffy mass in your hands (you may need to use the scraper to help you). Begin to “pull” taffy in an even thickness by stretching the mass about 1 foot apart in both hands. (taffy may seem very soft and sticky). Bring both ends of taffy back to each other to form a loop and pull, stretching your arms slightly. Twist the end if you like and bring it back to the top. Taffy may feel very soft at first, but it will begin to get harder to pull. Continue pulling until the taffy is lighter in color and has a satin-matte sheen (it will look somewhat like rope) but remains soft and pliable, about 10 minutes (temperatures and humidity may vary and take longer).
When it cools to room temperature, transfer to a clean cutting board and divide into quarters using a heavy knife. Dust lightly with confectioners sugar, roll or stretch the taffy into a log about 3/4 inch wide, and cut into 3/4 inch long pieces. If knife becomes sticky grease knife with butter. Wrap each piece of taffy in waxed paper and store in air tight container. Taffy will stay fresh for 1 week in a container.

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~ORANGE TAFFY~

2 cups sugar
2 cups light corn syrup
1 (6 ounce) can frozen orange juice concentrate, undiluted
1 pinch salt
1 cup half-and-half cream
1/2 cup butter or margarine

In a heavy saucepan, combine first four ingredients. Cook and stir over medium heat until sugar is dissolved. Bring to a rapid boil and cook until a candy thermometer reads 245° (firm-ball stage). Add cream and butter; heat and stir until mixture reaches 245° again. Pour into a greased 15-in. x 10-in. x 1-in. pan; cool. When cool enough to handle, roll into 1/2-in. logs or 1-in. balls. Wrap individually in foil or waxed paper; twist ends.
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Answer by amyjune289
You but it from a store silly. Just look for “Laffy Taffy.”

Answer by The Squirrel
Peanut Butter Taffy

3/4 cup sugar
1 cup maple syrup
1/2 cup corn syrup
1/4 tsp. salt
1/8 cup water
2 oz. melted chocolate
1/4 cup peanut butter

Cook sugar, syrups, salt and water together stirring constantly until the sugar is disolved. Cook to 288 degrees or to soft crack. Add chocolate and pour ito a greased pan. When cool enough to pull, spread with peanut butter and fold over and pull enough to mix the peanut butter throughly with candy. Cut into pieces and wrap each in a piece of waxed paper.

Salt Water Taffy

2 cups sugar
5 Tbsp. water
1 Tbsp. butter
1 tsp. vanilla extract
pinch cream of tartar

Disolve sugar in water. Add butter and cook without stirring to 290. Add the extract and cream of tartar and pour into a buttered pan. When cool enough to handle pull until cold and proceed as above for Peanut Butter Taffy.

Nut Taffy

2 cups sugar
1 cup light corn syrup
1/2 cup chopped nuts (Black Walnuts)
Boil sugar and syrup to 272 degrees. Sprinkle on the nuts and proceed as for the other recipes above.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : When palm reading does it make a difference which palm you read?

I’ve been looking into Palmistry lately and its roots. Since I am not really familiar with the art, does it really make a difference which hand you’re suppose to read or which hand has more significance?

Answer by Lee J
No, it makes no difference. One is as bogus as the other.

Answer by melphinaxgp
lol

Answer by hislady
What little reading I’ve done on it, I think it might be whatever hand is their prominent hand.

Answer by bibi
for the little I know, the left hand is supposed to show the person’s potential, their emotional make up etc. the right hand indicates how they really deal with what’s happening in their life, the choices and possibilities.

Answer by the_hedda_lettuce
From what I had read about it, the hand opposite of your predominate hand is to reflect the course of how your life was supposed to have been.

I was supposed to have been left handed, but my mom thought it would be easier for me in life to be right handed.
So she kept taking the crayons, pencils, eating utensils from my left hand into my right.

So honestly, I don’t know which hand I would use.

I do dabble in handwriting analysis and you can get a good perspective of ones personality by their writing.

Answer by Venus 1485AD
A cheiromancer or palm reader looks at both hands. The left hand shows your potential, and the right hand shows what you’re doing about it now, so that can change. My life line on my left hand is longer, so I need to consider what I’m doing now that may shorten my long potential life. My left heart line has five intersections for husbands or big love affairs, but my right one has just two.

Written by RAINGODDESS

I am a Medium investigator for a psychic team called Spooks. (NOT THE TV SHOW)
I am a specialist in love and money readings!! But can advise about almost anything!

I was a Pagan high priestess and used to be the teacher of my coven.
I now walk the path of the shaman and do spiritual healing, energy healing and deposessions. I can also do a soul retrieval and help heal wounds caused by abuse and loss.
I am a Clairvoyant, Medium and an Empath.
I have 20 years of experience with many magic forms and Psychic readings.