Ron Paul Draws Weekend JTV Viewers Again, Matzoh Ball Soup and a Previous Post Correction

Ron Paul’s Fans


Falafel Sandwich — Craving satisfied!

Once again Ron Paul drew a large crowd. I saw his room peak out at 228, far surpassing anyone else on JTV, especially on a weekend. I noticed his icon this morning in a top spot, dropped in and the stream was a mess. The usual chatter about how great the guy is, how he has great dreams and ideas for the future of America, all favorable chatter, with the exception of one viewer with the moniker, godless” who was causing angst among the RP faithful. He or she was making statements and asking questions that didn’t sit well with most in the room, although some of what he said did strike a chord with me, but I decided to stay out of the crossfire and backed out of the room. The people in there are always so cheerful — in an other-worldly kinda of way. You know, as though they’ve just had a cup of koolaid. ๐Ÿ˜‰

He’s on again tonight and has 126 viewers and although Justin has less than 1/2 that number, he is still only showing up as #2 on the JTV Hit Parade. I’m wondering at what point Justin will stop lifecasting? I wonder if he is worried that if he stops, viewer-ship will decline even further? It would seem to me that as long as he’s sticking with the brand,, he’s probably stuck with the lifecast.

The Cure-All


Heaven in a Bowl

Matzoh Ball soup is the cure-all for anything that ails you except, perhaps for a ban.

I made a large pot of chicken soup, better known as Jewish Penicillin and thought that those of you that are not familiar with the wonders of this magical stuff would like to have the recipe. It can also be used as the base for many recipes. I also made potato latkes (pancakes) and will include that as well. Make some asap! Freeze the leftovers (keeping out the carrots — they don’t hold up well when frozen) as a way to ward off the evils of a nasty cold, and if you do get one, pull out a bag, heat it up and rid yourself of the stuffy nose.

After I put the chicken in the pot, I kept up with the theme and made a falafel sandwich. Yummy! I know there’s at least one JTV viewer — Dizilbdog that will be drooling with he views these shots. He was having a craving for falafel today. Sorry dude, but I’ll bet you can find some already prepared falafel patties in your local market.


Falafel patties, cucumbers, parsley, red onions, bell peppers, yogurt sauce
I dropped in on Sarah tonight. There was nothing happening and I thought I’d see what she was up to. She was sitting in a cafe, looking very pretty and she looked alert and happy. I was getting ready to buzz out when she mentioned my name. She wanted to let me know that I got the info wrong about her parents. This is what I posted: She talked about how her Mother is Jewish and her Father came from Mexico. I am not sure what prompted this bit of family history, but I suspect it was in response to a viewerโ€™s question. I heard it incorrectly though. In chat she told me, “My mother is Mexican, my father is Jewish.” One is a nationality, one is a religion, but I got the point. So, now you have the correct info.


5 Responses

  1. Mmmmmm…falafels!!!

    I have had a craving for those for a long time.

    I finally found a place that serves falafel sandwiches, but they are really dry and the sauce is bland. They serve gyros too, which I have also craved, so maybe that’s what I’ll have the next time I’m nearby.

  2. Sounds great, Carrot! I think I will have to make another one of these tomorrow. ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Justopia I am so hungry right now for Matzoh Ball Soup!!!

    I may have to attempt your receipe.

  4. Oh Justopia Mataza Ball Soup Sooo good. I’m on a mission this week to find a falafel shop near me. That looks good, can you sen one FEDEX Fast hehe.

    As homer simpson would do drooling grrraaaaaaammmmmmm mataza ballsoup and falafal

    Nice Post

  5. Garet and Dizil,

    The soup was wonderful. It’s hard to believe eating soup in 100 degree weather can be a good thing, but it was damn good! ๐Ÿ™‚

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