Ray Rice

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What's next for the Ravens and Ray Rice?

24 May 2014 | 11:12 pm Ravens running back to meet with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell soon to determine NFL punishment After the Ravens running back's widely criticized news conference Friday, attention now turns to what may come next. Organized team activities are near, but a suspension could loom. http://baltimore.feedsportal.com/c/34255/f/623030/s/3aca82e9/sc/13/l/0L0Sbaltimoresun0N0Csports0Cbal0Ewhats0Enext0Efor0Eravens0Erunning0Eback0Eray0Erice0E20A140A5240H0A0H35434560Bstory0Dtrack0Frss/story01.htm

Ray Rice Offers Emotional Apology, Says He Failed Miserably

24 May 2014 | 5:27 pm Ray Rice acknowledged Friday that he "failed miserably" and apologized for the actions that led to his arrest on assault charges. http://stats.newyork.cbslocal.com/fb/story.asp?i=20140523154302121350808&ref=hea&tm=&src=

Ravens RB Rice apologizes

24 May 2014 | 4:12 pm Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice apologized for getting arrested on assault charges during a press conference on Friday. Rice was arrested following an altercation he had with his fiancee Janay Palmer in Atlantic City, N.J., on Feb. 15 in which he struck her. http://sports.yahoo.com/news/ravens-rb-rice-apologizes-161218379–nfl.html

Ray Rice's Lawyer Speaks Publicly – Baltimore Beat Down

24 May 2014 | 11:45 pm Ray Rice's lawyer Michael Diamondstein speaks one day after the controversial press conference involving the embattled running back. http://www.baltimorebeatdown.com/2014/5/24/5748340/ray-rices-lawyer-speaks-for-first-time-since-press-conference

Ray Rice is an asshole and the Ravens couldn't care less – SB Nation

23 May 2014 | 9:00 pm Ray Rice is sorry. He wants you to know how sorry he is for knocking out his fiancee Janay, who is now his wife. He would like to sincerely apologize for dragging her out of an Atlantic City hotel elevator. We know this because … http://www.sbnation.com/nfl/2014/5/23/5745888/ray-rice-wife-apology-assault-domestic-violence-ravens

Ravens RB Ray Rice, wife apologize for February altercation in …

23 May 2014 | 8:56 pm Ray Rice (right) and wife Janay Palmer were both arrested in February following an altercation in Atlantic City. (Patrick Semansky/AP). Ravens running back Ray Rice and his wife, Janay Palmer, addressed the media Friday … http://nfl.si.com/2014/05/23/ray-rice-apology-aggravated-assault-wife-janay-palmer/

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6 Responses to Ray Rice

  • Louise says:

    My Daughter Is Very Racist To Her Friends? My daughters phone was unlocked and I wanted to see what she was up to so I look at her messages and this is the convo she was having with her japanese friend.
    Her friend: “I kind of wonder what it would feel like to get stung by a sting ray or something.”
    Her: “Ask Steve Irwin.”
    “That’s a little hard he’s DEAD.”
    “I call BS on that.”
    “He’s probably hiding out. Like a Jew.”
    “You know, you’re pretty loose on Jew jokes for someone whose people went through what they did during WW2.”
    “It’s your fault. White superiority and all that jazz, ya cracker.”
    “You’re yellow enough to be the cheese, Marco, so don’t talk. Besides, not my fault you guys decided to bomb PH.”
    “At least we didn’t NUKE you. Ahem.”
    “Because you were too stupid to split the atom. I think you got the hang of it now though.”
    “That’s Korea, dipshit, I’m Japanese.”
    “Same thing. You’re all yellow and have squinty eyes.”
    “Well, fuck you, snowy. I’m a pimp.”
    “For a geisha maybe.”
    “Walked into that one…”
    “Damn right you did.”
    “You can pay for your own dinner tonight.”
    “Did one of your grandparents meet a Jew in that internment camp?”
    “You think you’re so clever, but whose country is ahead in all subjects?”
    “Not yours, Mr. I-Was-Born-In-America.”
    “Ha. Ha. Ha. My side hurts.”
    “Too much rice.”
    “Go stuff your face with a burger you damn Yankee.”
    “Burgers sound good. Meet me there in twenty.”
    “Why don’t you just do what women should and make me a sandwich?”
    WHAT SHOULD I DO ABOUT HER? This is not ok

  • Should NFL Commissioner BAN Ray Rice For LIFE? Str8 knocked dis hoe out!!!!!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jB3HVknCusQ

    this already happened like 3 months ago, but i haven’t heard ANYTHING from NFL or their commissioner….

    should Roger Goodell have already stepped in and banned this woman-beater for life?

    is domestic violence more acceptable in our society than being racist?

    so, i could knock a hoe out, as long as i invite people from other races to my parties??

    why no 24/7 CNN coverage on this one? does Magic want to say anything about this?

  • Marsidorlla says:

    The Receipt And The Preparation Of Any Delicious Meal? Can anyone tell me about the receipts and the detailed way that i can prepare any delicious appropriate easy meal for my age, i’m 17 years old and i’m not very good when it comes to cooking and kitchen, i’m opened to meals from different cultures. don’t include pork meals please.
    recipe** sorry xP

    • Curator says:

      Going to YouTube will help a lot, nothing like watching it done first. You can search for any recipe, pick your favorites. I’ve also watched cooking channel/shows. Netflix instant has “Inside the Mind of a Chef” with Chang…very good. On YouTube Curtis Stone is fun to watch. And I like Rachel Ray with 30 minute meals.

      Here are sites I use for ideas. Just type in an ingredient or dish name, add vegan to the list for health.
      http://www.yummly.com
      allrecipes.com
      engine2diet.com/recipes/favorites/
      http://www.nomeatathlete.com/rice-and-beans/
      http://ohmyveggies.com

      Start with no cooking, salads, smoothies. Fix a coleslaw, grate some carrots, thin chop some cabbage and sweet white onion. The sauce usually has some acid like lemon juice or apple vinegar, season with some salt & pepper, start with a little and add a little more until it is the way you like it. For a Greek salad add some tomatoes and olives. For Pico, add tomatoes and fresh jalapeno, avocado if you like.

      If you want sauerkraut, let the base coleslaw (cabbage mostly with any vinegar and a little salt) sit covered but not sealed at room temp for 3 days, then refrigerate it and eat it for up to six months. Kimchi is made the same way.

      Greek/Pico Salad
      2 cups diced tomato
      1 cup finely diced white onion
      1/2 cup finely sliced fresh cilantro
      2 tbs lemon juice, or lime
      fresh black pepper
      Optional
      2 cups chopped cabbage, cucumbers, shredded-carrots, bell peppers
      1 cup diced avocados
      1/4 cup peperoncini, fresh jalapenos
      2 teaspoons fresh garlic, minced
      touch of honey
      Can be added to lettuce prior to eating, do not store with lettuce in it

      Salsa:
      http://www.countryliving.com/cooking/about-food/homemade-salsa-recipes-cosmo
      Base: tomatoes, cucumber, cabbage, onion, garlic
      Tart: tomatillos (tomato related)
      Sweet: red bell peppers, honey, fruit: mango, orange, grapefruit, tangerine, pineapple, apple, strawberry, kumquat
      Mild peppers: green bell, banana/pimeto, poblano (mature=ancho to medium hot), Anaheim/verde or Chilaca (dry=Pasilla), Creole/Hungarian/Bird Cherry
      Medium heat: use seeds for hotter: medium: jalapeno, serrano, mirasol, Freshno, New Mexico, cascabel, cayenne/finger/ginnie/bird
      Very hot: habanero, rocotillo, Thai/bird, Scotch Bonnet, ghost
      Fresh herbs: parsley (sweet), cilantro (spicy)
      Carbs: corn, beans: black, pinto
      Fat optional: avocado (healthy), pepita (pumpkin seed, healthy), olive oil (not heart-healthy, but affordable)
      Acid: lime, lemon (becomes alkaline), apple vinegar
      Seasoning, a pinch: fresh ground black pepper, cumin, paprika, cayenne, chipotle (smoked jalapeno), chili powder (cumin, paprika, peppers)
      For a salad, add cabbage, grated carrots.
      http://www.missvickie.com/howto/spices/peppers/peppersdict.html
      http://www.chilipeppermadness.com/chili-pepper-types.html#.U3jbPpVOW00
      Fermented salsa, leave room temp 3 days, refrig up to 6 months
      tasty-yummies.com/2013/09/03/fermented-salsa-gluten-free-vegan/
      Ecuadorian fruit-habanero: laylita.com/recipes/2014/02/26/citrus-habanero-salsa/

      Then there is boiling water. Look up the recipes on the packages of rice, pasta, oatmeal, any cooked cereal. Learn to measure. Rice as long as you measure it and leave it covered at a low-med temp for the right amount of time, it comes out fine. Pasta, just try it every couple minutes to find when it is done the way you like it, then drain the excess water off, and you are good to go. A microwave will do oatmeal in a couple minutes with some water, just follow the instructions.

      A simple stew with a covered pot, add a couple inches of water, some bullion, a little salt & pepper. Chop potatoes, carrots, onions. Cover and simmer on low heat for about 30 minutes, check the potatoes, when a fork goes in them easily, they are done. I like my carrots and onions a little firm, so when the potatoes are done, the stew is done. If you don’t have a lid, add water enough to cover the veggies, and season the according to taste, and add bullion to match the water volume. Some additional variations, and a tablespoon of any one of the following to about a gallon of stew at the begging of the cooking: curry, paprika, chili powder, dry oregano, basil, rosemary, or some bay leaves, add both of one tablespoon of one of the powders and one of the herbs. Learn to taste which ones give you which flavors and which ones you like. For most fresh herbs, double or triple the dry measure.

      Add heat to any of them, I usually use more black pepper, or red pepper flakes, or fresh jalapenos. You can use any, just go slow, getting experience starting with a pinch, then work your way up to what you like. I like variety, sometimes no heat, some times more. A pinch of cinnamon can add interest, all spice, Marsala (different blends), Chinese 5 spice, nutmeg are in the same category.

      A frying pan, a little oil heated at low temp, coat the bottom of the pan. Season the oil with some black pepper, and/or thin sliced raw garlic, red pepper flakes. Slice or chop any veggie you like, cover the pan. Let them steam about five minutes, try them, let them steam a few more minutes if you want. I like broccoli this way, and then I serve it with some fresh lemon juice and sometimes nutritional yeast (a cheese/butter substitute with very good nutrition). Look up stir fries on YouTube if you like.

      I like all kinds of legumes, beans, peas, lentils. These are great for chilies, cooked & drained and added to salads or burritos/tacos/enchiladas. Indians have a great garbanzo bean chutney salad. Rockin Robin on YouTube will show you all the basic Mexican dishes, how to even fix your own tortillas, organic corn flour is the healthiest. Chilies are easy because you just simmer the beans until they are tender, I use a crockpot that usually takes about 5 hours, so a weekend is a good time for these. Just keep the beans covered with water, adding a little as needed is fine. I just set a timer any time I have something cooking of when to check it first and next.

      Rick’s Chili
      6C over-night soaked pinto beans
      1C brown rice
      1/2 gal filtered water
      1T black pepper
      1T red pepper flakes
      Optional:
      3 T chili powder
      1 T bullion powder
      cayenne pepper to taste
      1T oregano
      3T lemon juice or apple vinegar
      Garlic
      Diced onion
      Bell pepper
      Jalapenos, fresh or pickled
      Grated carrots
      Honey or pure maple syrup
      1/2 can tomato sauce
      Dry peppers: Mulato for chocolate/mole flavor, Guajillo wide=mild, Gaujillo medium, Guajillo small/Puya=very hot

      To go with the pasta…

      Rick’s hot red-marinara sauce: 1can tomato sauce, 1Tbsp dry oregano, 1Tbsp dry basil, 1/2 cup diced onion, 1 diced garlic clove or 1tsp garlic powder. Simmer 30 minutes. Optional: rosemary, thyme, bay leaves, sliced olives. These other spices can be added to the white sauce too. Fresh basil is amazing, along with fresh garlic after cooking. More heat: black pepper, pepper of choice, pinch of red pepper flakes

      Healthier-raw-warm/cold red sauce: dice 7 medium tomatoes (remove seeds for less bitter) & 1 med sweet white onion, mince 1-4 raw garlic cloves, bruise and finely chop 1/2 cup fresh herbs (basil, oregano, rosemary, thyme). More sweet, dice a red bell pepper. More zip, zest and juice 1/2 lemon–becomes alkaline 20 minutes after eating. More spice: fresh ground black pepper, mince a jalapeno. More calories: 1/2 an avocado, or 1/4 cup powdered-blended raw almonds. Optional 1/2 tsp seasalt. Zucchini and summer squash can be julienned for the noodles. Tomatoes become acidic the more they are cooked. Garlic and onion powder are acidic.

      Simple white sauce: water with whole-grain flour to thicken it, flour must be dissolved in cold water and stirred in before it forms lumps. Bullion can be added for gravy. Or Parmesan cheese or nutritional yeast, basil, and a little avocado for pasta & pizza sauce. seasalt & pepper to taste.

      There are no bake desserts, usually using oats. And baking has a similar learning curve, measuring accurately is more important but nothing to stress over. I just cut into a loaf or use a toothpick to check a cake, it should come out clean, and when you look into a loaf, there should be moist vapor but not mushy dough.

      Rick’s Basic bread, pancake, pizza, dumpling, biscuit, noodles, cake, pie crust, quiche, cake, cinnamon rolls:
      2 cups whole grain flour
      1.5 tsp baking soda
      1 Tbs apple vinegar — omitt this for tortillas, flat bread, pie crust
      A pinch of seasalt and sweetener optional
      Optional fat: none is healthiest, powdered or chopped nuts are healthy, olive oil is one of the better oils but not heart healthy, crusts usually have a fat/lard, mine do not. Apple sauce is sometimes used.
      Enough luke-warm, filtered water for the consistency you want, dough to shape for bread, or very stiff batter for cake
      Allow 20 mins for the dough to rise.
      Health boosters: oatmeal, ground flax seed, buck wheat, quinoa, cooked brown rice or flour, teff, Durham whole wheat, avoid dwarf wheat, organic non-GMO corn flour
      Options: garlic, onion, olives, black pepper, hot peppers, rosemary, basil, oregano, nutritional yeast (cheese substitute, pizza topping)
      Spice cake: cinnamon, nutmeg, all spice, raisins, coconut flakes
      Nutritional sweeteners: veggies, fruit, date sugar (dried dates), molasses (unsulfured blackstrap is better, but refined from sugarcane or sugar beets)
      Sweet veggies: grated carrots, pumpkin, red bell peppers, zuchinni, puried peas, sweet potatoes, beets, rutabagas (cook root veggies before grating and adding them)
      Sweeteners: fruits for cobblers, apple sauce, bananas puried, jams (without artificial sweeteners, fructose corn syrup, aspartame, processed sugars, sucrose)
      Sweeteners healthier than refined sugar: local honey, stevia, pure maple syrup, brown rice syrup
      Dried fruits usually have more of some nutrition for the same weight and less health.

      Hope these help. We are all learning and growing and making mistakes, even on up to the best chefs in the world. Bon appetite, good eats, enjoy, and have fun.

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