(28th December 1950 - 17th December 2010)
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I have been editing Conservapedia since March 13, 2007.
My Blocking Policy:
True wikis have simple, clear rules. Otherwise it is a mobocracy and Conservapedia and its Founder has explicitly rejected mob rule, and has Administrators to suggest/implement its policies.
A person who stops by merely to ridicule and denigrate others scholarly efforts, without at least trying to make positive contributions to this project, cannot have a "point" other than to disrupt and waste the time of sincere contributors and Administrators.
If a person comes to Conservapedia knowing full well it is a conservative/Christian friendly wiki-encyclopedia, and is a liberal, the question is why? If the answer is they support Andy Schlafly's idea of intellectual freedom, of a Conservative & Christian-friendly alternative to the decidedly left-of-center, editor dominated Wikipedia, that's great! All voices should be represented on the Net. But if their intentions are merely to argue and dispute Conservative or Christian points of view, that becomes a form of vandalism, inasmuch as it is a great time waster and distraction for those who genuinely want to contribute, and build this encyclopedia.
Those who obsessively create new user names, only to argue against our values, and do not make an effort to substantially contribute, are actually terrorists of the Internet kind. What other reason would they have to stick around, arguing and wasting our time? Any board or wiki has the absolute right of free association.
I am not for truncating free speech automatically, but after days or weeks of disputing everything, knowing you are not going to change CP into Wikipedia's more liberal world-view, or have CP adopt Wikipedia's member conventions, a person's efforts then cross over into something more; "Internet Terrorism". CP has an owner, it is his right to have whatever viewpoint he wants. If people agree, with even a part, they stick around and help build this place. If they don't, what other reason, other than being obstinate or having malicious intent, could they have? Disagreement is fine, debate is good. But where does it end, and the ability of like-minded individuals to associate with those they agree with, without argument without end begin?
So if you find yourself blocked by me, please re-read this. If after doing so you feel you have made positive, non-talk edits and article improvements, email me using the link to the left, or the information at the top of this page. Don't expect an answer if I check and find no such positive contributions.
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What do you mean--plagiarism? Plagiarism means taking false personal credit for academic gain, which is not at issue here. Nobody is gaining any academic credit for their writing at CP. RJJensen 00:11, 17 January 2010 (EST)
Two points: 1) it is not intellectually dishonest unless you claim personal academic credit. Look at most textbooks, for example and note that footnotes and other credits to sources are rare. 2) We do a good job in providing bibliographies and footnotes. RJJensen 17:39, 17 January 2010 (EST) 
Total Time: 40 Minutes This is really good. Boston butt is also called pork shoulder roast. It is the cut that includes the shoulder blade, can be bone it or boneless. This was a very popular item.
1 Boston butt pork roast, sliced wafer thin 4 tablespoons soy sauce 2 tablespoons sugar 2 tablespoons sesame oil 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper 6 cloves garlic, crushed 2 teaspoons freshly grated ginger 2 tablespoons sake or dry sherry 2 tablespoons red pepper flakes or to taste 2 white onions, quartered into 8ths 2 Green Bell Peppers, cut into 1/2 inch strips toasted sesame seeds to sprinkle over the meat for garnish peanut oil-for frying
DIRECTIONS Mix all ingredients except peanut oil and toasted sesame seeds. Set aside for a few minutes to marinate. Heat oil in wok or large skillet. Heat oil, add pork and marinade mixture and stir fry until the meat is no longer pink. I usually do it in three batches and it takes about 7-8 minute per batch. When it is all cooked, return all of it to the skillet or wok, cover and let steam for a few more minutes. Serve with steamed medium grain rice or fried rice. Garnish with toasted sesame seeds.
Note: In warm weather and with a small mesh grill, they can be grilled. A little more work but even better. Keep turning and do not allow them to brown on the grill.
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