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Blog Action Day 2008

Blog Action Day 2008 is going to discuss Poverty and ways to help stop it. Join us.


The World's best homemade Pizza Recipe!

Yes, there is one. The Original Pizza Hut Pan Pizza Recipe was found today by my mom, and boy am I glad she did! It's SPLENDID! Well, I might as well stop my chattering and get on with it, and GIVE you the recipe and you can try it for yourself, eh?

1 1/3 cups Warn water (105F)
1/4 cup Non-fat dry milk
1/2 teas. Salt.
4 cups Flour
1 Tbls. Sugar
1pk. Dry yeast
2 Tbls. Vegetable oil (for dough)
9 Oz. Vegetable oil (3 oz. per pan)
Butter flavored Pam
Put yeast, sugar, salt, and dry milk in a large (2 pt.) bowl. Add water and stir to mix well. Allow to sit for two minutes. Add oil and stir again. Add flour and stir until dough forms and flour is absorbed. Turn out on to a flat surface and knead for about 10 minutes.

Divide dough into three balls. In three 9" cake pans, put 3 Oz. of oil in each making sure it is spread evenly. Using a rolling pin, roll out each dough ball to about a 9" circle. Place in cake pans. Spray the outer edge of the dough with Pam. Cover with a plate. Place in warn area and allow to rise for 1 to 1 1/2 hours.

1 8 Ounce Can Tomato Sauce
1 Teaspoon Dry Oregano
1/2 Teaspoon Marjoram
1/2 Teaspoon Dry Basil
1/2 Teaspoon Garlic salt
Combine and let sit for 1 hour.

For each Nine inch pizza:
1. Preheat oven to 475F
2. spoon 1/3 cup sauce on dough and spread to within 1" of the edge.
3. Distribute 1 1/2 Oz. shredded mozzarella cheese on sause
4. Place toppings of your choice in this order:
Pepperoni or Ham
5. Top with 3Oz. mozzarella cheese
6. Cook until cheese is bubbling and outer crust is brown. (approx. 15min)

That's it. I hand-typed that from the recipe, so anything that's strange (i.e. spelling) is not mine! Enjoy.


A new movie in the making!

I am really excited about this! I ordered my new camera, the Canon FS-100, and plan on starting my new movie this week. I've been planning this for a long time, I got the storyline and storyboard all set, and hope it turns out awesomely. I will post updates, don't worry! It'll be a GodTube hit, I hope. Several people know I am working on this on GodTube, and might help get it popular. Not to many people in real life know yet, but once I get it up, share it with your friends.

The movie is going to be called LOVE IS PIZZA (I made up that title :D) and is going to be funny, with my own humor added. Not overloaded with humor, I hav to practice a mix of emotions: complete awe, disappointment, worry, and happyness. It'll be a lot differant from my other movies, and I look foward to the day I can start filming!



I received this in an E-mail chain today, and I have to say that this is an incredible story. Read it yourself:

This one should keep us all thinking.

This is a true story of something that happened just a few years ago at USC.

There was a professor of philosophy there who was a deeply committed atheist.
His primary goal for one required class was to spend the entire semester to prove that God couldn't exist.

His students were always afraid to argue with him because of his impeccable logic.
Sure, some had argued in class at times, but no one had ever really gone against him because of his reputation.

At the end of every semester on the last day, he would say to his class of 300 students, "If there is anyone here who still believes in Jesus, stand up!"

In twenty years, no one had ever stood up. They knew what he was going to do next. He would say, "Because anyone who believes in God is a fool".

If God existed, he could stop this piece of chalk from hitting the ground and breaking. Such a simple task to prove that He is God, and yet He can't do it."

And every year, he would drop the chalk onto the tile floor of the classroom and it would shatter into a hundred pieces.

All of the students would do nothing but stop and stare.

Most of the students thought that God couldn't exist. Certainly, a number of Christians had slipped through, but! for 20 years, they had been too afraid to stand up.

Well, a few years ago there was a freshman who happened to enroll.

He was a Christian, and had heard the stories about his professor
He was required to take the class for his major, and he was afraid. But for three months that semester, he prayed every morning that he would have the courage to stand up no matter what the professor said, or what the class thought.

Nothing they said could ever shatter his faith...he hoped.

Finally, the day came. ! The professor said, "If there is anyone here who still believes in God, stand up!" The professor and the class of 300 people looked at him, shocked, as he stood up at the back of the classroom.

The professor shouted, "You FOOL!!!
If God existed, he would keep this piece of chalk from breaking when it hit the ground!"
He proceeded to drop the chalk, but as he did, it slipped out of his fingers, off his shirt cuff, onto the pleat of his pants, down his leg, and off his shoe. As it hit the ground, it simply rolled away unbroken. The professor's jaw dropped as he stared at the chalk. He looked up at the young man, and then ran out of the lecture hall.

The young man who had stood, proceeded to walk to the front of the room and shared his faith in Jesus for the next half hour. 300 students stayed and listened as he told of God's love for them and of His power through Jesus.

I love the part about the chalk =D but overall, this is a great story. At the end of the e-mail, it said this:

You have 2 choices:

1. Delete this and never look at it again.

2. Pass this along to your Christian and non-Christian friends, giving them encouragement we all need every day.

When you choose option 2, you have chosen to STAND UP.

Well, I don't know anyone who has an E-mail that I can E-mail who doesn't already have it, and I don't like the first choice, so I decided to post it here. If you want, I'll E-mail you the full thing (there were some questions and stuff I didn't post because of the size) and let you E-mail this to everyone you know. Just post it in the comments.


So... my life goes on.....

I had a good basketball game today. Me against my sister and her 2 friends and I won 5-3. It started out with my sister and her friend, I was losing, and someone else came in, and it was weird. But I won.

The past two nights were annoying with a dozen kids wondering around screaming, talking, playing basketball, and setting off fire crackers and fire works. Yes, really. I can not wait for school to start up for them LOL

A camera I really want is the Canon HF-100. The price tag is a bit high for me, but It's what I want, and thats that! Click here to view more on it, or look at the picture.


The History of Pizza

It has been said that pizza was created in India. It's also been said it's been around since the 19th century. But, what if they are wrong? I've always thought that pizza could have been around since the medieval times, maybe even longer; it's just bread, cheese, and tomatoes: those things have been around for thousands of years.

I read this one website that says:

At the height of the Persian Empire, it is said that the soldiers of Darius the Great (521-486 B.C.), accustomed to lengthy marches, baked a kind of bread flat upon their shields and then covered it with cheese and dates.
Yes, ever the 6th century B.C. pizza has exists. I am so happy when I read that. :)