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eokul veli bilgilendirme sistemi

From the archives.  This was first published last year and it remains one of the most popular things I’ve ever written.  My friends think it is a hoot.

e-okul veli bilgilendirme sistemi

e okul e okul veli bilgilendirme sistemiThat doesn’t make a lick of since does it?  Like it’s some made up language or something.  Well, a year ago or so I started getting a lot of traffic to the site searching for that very phrase or any one of a half dozen variations.  Damned if I knew what it meant.

Daha burada bu siteyi t?klay?n hakk?nda daha fazla.

I hopped over to BabelFish and tried to translate e okul veli bilgilendirme sistemi.  I thought with all of those vowels at the end of the words it’s got to be a romance language so I went for Italian.  It wasn’t Italian.  It wasn’t Spanish, French or Portuguese either.  On a whim I tried both Russian and German to no avail.  Eventually, it could have been minutes or months, I stumbled over a page that translated it for me from Turkish.

Bakar m?s?n?z?

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Kalite siber varl??? ihtiyac?n?z var?

Apparently it means e-school parent information system.  I know, that’s not a helluva lot of help is it?  But to the people of Turkey it means something.  My guess is that one of my 600+ posts had one paragraph that had all of those words in it.  And then somewhere down the line it got translated into Turkish.

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Well, to my Turkish guests I’d like to say benim g?da sitesi Türk halk?na ho? geldiniz. Google Reklamlar? t?klay?n?zBenim yemek kitaplar? sat?n al?n.  Ben Joe Biden, Lindsay Lohan ve Kardashian için özür dilerim ama ben Justin Bieber için suçu reddediyorum. O Kanada’n?n hatam.  Auburn Tigers bir numara var!  Thanks to Google Translator for the assist.

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e okul veli bilgilendirme sistemi

e-okul veli bilgilendirme sistemi

e okul veli bilgilendirme sistemiThat doesn’t make a lick of since does it?  Like it’s some made up language or something.  Well, a year ago or so I started getting a lot of traffic to the site searching for that very phrase or any one of a half dozen variations.  Damned if I knew what it meant.

Daha burada bu siteyi t?klay?n hakk?nda daha fazla.

I hopped over to BabelFish and tried to translate e okul veli bilgilendirme sistemi.  I thought with all of those vowels at the end of the words it’s got to be a romance language so I went for Italian.  It wasn’t Italian.  It wasn’t Spanish, French or Portuguese either.  On a whim I tried both Russian and German to no avail.  Eventually, it could have been minutes or months, I stumbled over a page that translated it for me from Turkish.

Bakar m?s?n?z?

AllWebCo Web Hosting ServicesKalite siber varl??? ihtiyac?n?z var?

Apparently it means e-school parent information system.  I know, that’s not a helluva lot of help is it?  But to the people of Turkey it means something.  My guess is that one of my 600+ posts had one paragraph that had all of those words in it.  And then somewhere down the line it got translated into Turkish.

Well, to my Turkish guests I’d like to say benim g?da sitesi Türk halk?na ho? geldiniz. Google Reklamlar? t?klay?n?zBenim yemek kitaplar? sat?n al?n.  Ben Joe Biden, Lindsay Lohan ve Kardashian için özür dilerim ama ben Justin Bieber için suçu reddediyorum. O Kanada’n?n hatam.  Auburn Tigers bir numara var!  Thanks to Google Translator for the assist.

Our Food System is Under Attack. . .

. . . by our own government.

As has been well documented here and on thousands of other sites President Obama has littered the USDA and FDA with lobbyists who work for the mega conglomerate Monsanto.  In case you do not know how powerful Monsanto is use this as a barometer; Monsanto tells Walmart what they can and cannot sell.

Now the effects of this unholy partnership are coming to fruition.

First I received this from Food Democracy Now:

Dear Stuart,

If the U.S. government has its way, a powerful intergovernmental group you’ve probably never heard of may soon prevent anyone anywhere from labeling genetically modified (GMO) food.

Operated by the United Nations, the Codex Alimentarius is a collection of guidelines, codes and recommendations regarding food safety and labeling standards which are used by the World Trade Organization (WTO) to settle international disputes regarding food and agricultural trade agreements.

The U.S. Delegation to the Codex meeting is adopting a position that would make it virtually impossible to label foods as “GMO-free” anywhere in the world.

The effects of this policy would have an apocalyptic effect on the US and even the world’s food system.  It would allow Monsanto to covertly add their un-tested genetic modifications to any food item without letting the consumer know.  To fight it click HERE.

As if this were not enough, the Obama Administration continues its attempts to eradicate all small businesses.  A bill now in the House of Representatives called the Comprehensive Alcohol Regulatory Effectiveness (CARE) Act of 2010 (HR 5034) would, according to Wine Spectatorfreethegrapes.org and the Family Wineries of Washington State all say that this legislation has one goal – to destroy small wineries and breweries by eliminating competition for the large producers.

A Facebook page has been set up to fight this latest attempt at destroying our economy by the Obama Administration.  To help click HERE.

You know, I thought Bush and the Republicans were supposed to be in bed with big business but they have nothing on what Obama has pulled in just 15 months.  Happy, F’n earth Day.  If this is the President’s approach to restricting corporate corruption and defeating obesity I wonder what his technique is for saving the dolphins in Japan.  Sarin gas and nukes maybe?

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Stuart is a celebrity chef, food activist and award-winning food writer. He penned the cookbooks Third Coast Cuisine: Recipes of the Gulf of Mexico, No Sides Needed: 34 Recipes To Simplify Life and Amigeauxs - Mexican/Creole Fusion Cuisine. He hosts two Internet cooking shows "Everyday Gourmet" and "Little Grill Big Flavor." His recipes have been featured in Current, Lagniappe, Southern Tailgater, The Kitchen Hotline and on the Cooking Channel.

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