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  • Let's see... meatballs in hotdog buns topped with bacon alongside bacon macaroni and cheese with hot chocolate to drink.

    If anything makes you unhealthy it's trying to use up all the leftovers before they go bad.
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    I WAS ABOUT TO SAY THAT SOUNDED LIKE A LEFTOVER MEAL.

    I'm currently in cilantro hell. How am I supposed to use it all, I'm just one person.
    Anyone know of a good, free and ad-free, simple text editor for Windows with a built-in spell-checker and customizable dictionary? Wordpad's no longer cutting it for me but Microsoft/Open Office have a bit too much junk for my tastes. Mac OSX's TextEdit was perfect for me when I used to have a Mac laptop. I already have Notepad++, but I find that much better for when I do HTML rather than writing.
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    Depending on your needs, I suggest Google Docs. It's essentially a browser-based Word. No ads, lets you access the file from any computer you're logged in on, it's a useful fallback for me.
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    Derp, forgot to reply to this. But, I prefer to have stuff saved to my disk itself rather than working with cloud-based software. But thanks for the suggestion! I wound up sticking with Open Office once someone told me I could disable a lot of the clutter.
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