Amazon Linux

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Do I need Amazon Prime?

lol, might have too !

I sure hope it is without commercials (“adverts” for you real English speakers).

lol, would not be a surprise !

They could something even worse.

unixporn guy rices up his Amazon Linux install

accidentally orders 50 lbs of rice delivered to his front door

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lol, at twice its price, for it pays for their linux iso.

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I put this in the same basket as any Microsoft related Linux “project”. Blasphemy.

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One of the worst, if not the only one (wait for Meta/Facebook). :grinning:

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I’m just waiting for the day that the final E is initiated by MS and the Linux we all know and love is no more and is now some proprietary monster we have to pay to use.

Order 66 as I like to call it.

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Could have been worse like the 5lbs of cumin my wife obtained…

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You can open a Mexican restaurant with all the cumin. Or use it with a meat rub.

Source: I cook with a lot of cumin lulz

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Does anyone remember when amazon use to just be a book company?

Now they’ve turned into Costco off of Idiocracy with a weener logo.

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You have no idea how many ways we now use cumin. We started because my wife & daughter are allergic to alliums (garlic & onions). We now use cumin for all our Mexican and Hummus even our Italian efforts… :wink:

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I feel sorry for them. I can’t imagine life without garlic and onions.

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I describe them as the oxygen of cooking. Without them your food is lifeless.

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Speaking of which I just started sautéing shallots

I always have garlic, onions, and Roma tomatoes in the fridge. The basics for most sauces, and salsas. I have both ground and cumin seed. I grind cumin seed with garlic cloves in a molcajete for Mexican dishes. I crush the romas, add fresh minced garlic, and use one whole onion halved, and a half stick of butter for a basic tomato sauce for pasta.

Do you ever use Mexican Oregano? We use it a lot with Chile in NM.

It’s often confused with Epizote and regular oregano but entirely different.