A light moment I thought was worth sharing:
Husband just finished watching Jacques Pépin debone a chicken and he came into the kitchen, all excited.
Husband: "I watched Jacques Pépin debone an entire chicken! And, he had . . . he was left --"
Me: "And, he was left with, what, an amoeba?"
Husband: "Basically. That's my new goal in life! I'm going to debone a chicken!"
I'd put a chicken photo at the top of this post but I'm a little freaked out by the new Google policy allowing them to steal your photos for advertising. Has anyone heard of that? Do you know where to go to prevent it?
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From what I've read, Google will use your name and profile pic in their endorsements if you don't opt out. Like say, you reviewed cereal, they can say, "Bookfool liked it." I haven't read that they will use your blog photos. Anyway here's how you opt out: http://toronto.ctvnews.ca/how-to-opt-out-of-google-s-plans-to-use-your-name-and-photos-in-ads-1.1497584ReplyDelete
OK, so it sounds like I don't need to worry about it because I don't use Google +. I'm just regular Google. Thanks, Christina!Delete
Thanks for the info. I just switched my preferences on Google + (which I rarely look at, but still have).Delete
Ha! Reminds me of Julie and Julia when she had to debone a duck. So funny.ReplyDelete
I don't remember that. I just thought it was hilarious how enthusiastic he was. New goal in life! Excitement! LOL I could never get excited about deboning anything. I'm more of a "hand me the gloves if I absolutely must touch the meat" type of girl.Delete
I should ask if that's in the book, movie or both. I'll bet it was a hoot but if it's in the movie I've forgotten. I *still* have not read the book. It's really because of Julie and Julia that I bought Huz the original set of Julia Child books (when Borders was going out of business - couldn't afford them, otherwise). Her stuffed artichokes are the bomb.Delete