I went home last night and had a peanut butter sandwich before supper. Thanks a lot, guys!! :lol
I love peanut butter, creamy or chunky, it doesn't matter. I also make my own cashew butter and almost butter in small batches since I don't have preservatives. Yum to nut butters. :)
I hate it. I can't ever forget when that peanut butter bread made me vomit.
Good for you and just plain good. :nod
I just found an article on TMZ saying that Josh Marks, was found dead in Chicago.
Josh Marks Dead -- 'MasterChef' Finalist Apparently Commits Suicide | TMZ.com
If the link doesn't work, here's the text of the article:
"MasterChef" finalist Josh Marks has been found dead in a Chicago alleyway -- just a few months after his infamous run-in with University of Chicago police -- and officials believe he committed suicide.
A rep for the Chicago PD says they received a call from a woman screaming for help Friday evening ... and after arriving to the alley found a 26-year old male with a gunshot wound to the head.
Multiple sources involved with the investigation tell us the victim is Josh Marks.
We're told officers also recovered a nearby weapon ... and they're still on-scene investigating.
You'll recall, 26-year-old 7-foot-2 Marks was arrested by U. of Chicago cops in July after allegedly punching an officer and trying to grab his gun. Three officers tried to subdue Marks with batons and pepper spray, but he broke free and took off running.
It eventually took 5 officers to chase him down and handcuff him. Once in custody, cops claim Marks blamed Gordon Ramsay for his outburst, claiming the celeb chef had possessed him and turned him into God. There was no evidence of drug use.
Months before the arrest, Marks released a video for the "Make a Sound Project" -- an organization dedicated to helping people struggling with suicidal thoughts -- revealing he suffered from bipolar disorder.
Police believe Marks was in a manic state during the U. Chicago incident.
Story developing ...
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Oh, God. :(
That's really awful.
Regarding this season though... I'm enjoying it so far. The kids are all very talented and it's nice seeing the judges have fun with them for a change.
I think Alexander is the one to beat. But I'm afraid his victory may end up being too obvious, which could ironically hurt him. He's my pick.
Edit: Oops I forgot for a moment that Junior had its individual thread. Sorry.
How sad. Rip, Josh.
So sad about Josh. When will TPTB in this country realize that some folks need to be hospitalized until they are stable, whether they want to be in the hospital or not? I'm so sorry he took his own life, but am glad that, like so many others, he did not hurt anyone else.