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Crab & Cream Cheese Wontons
1-8 oz. tube crescent roll dough
3 oz. cream cheese, softened
1/4 cup mayonnaise
... 3/4 cup cooked crabmeat, chopped
2 green onions, chopped
1/8- 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper
salt and pepper, to taste
Heat oven to 375°F. Spray cookie sheet with cooking spray.
Unroll dough on work surface.
Pinch seams to seal and roll with a rolling pin to create an even rectangle.
Cut into 6 rows by 4 rows to make 24 squares.
In small bowl, mix cream cheese, mayo, crabmeat, onion, and red pepper. Salt and pepper to taste.
Divide crab mixture evenly among the squares, dropping it by spoon-fulls that are 1/2 inch from 1 corner of each square. Starting with same corner, fold dough over filling, and tuck end tightly underneath filling; continue rolling to within 1/2 inch of opposite corner.
Roll opposite corner of dough over roll; press to seal.
Place on cookie sheet. Brush with egg white, if desired.
Bake 10 to 15 minutes or until golden brown. Remove from cookie sheet. Serve warm.
Tomorrow you wake up and realize you want to be a Psychologist. Given the contents in Chapter 1 regarding the different careers in Psychology, what type of Psychologist would you want to be and why? Provide examples and evidence to support your specific career choice. You may want to obtain more information online on this specific branch of Psychology.
I woke up this morning and have decided what I want to do with my life. I want to be a Psychologist. Not just any Psychologist mind you but an Occupational Psychologist. I might even be able to pay off my student loans within my life time if I diligently follow this career path. The Occupational Psychologist can have a really exciting career helping the poor office cubical workers realize their dreams of being more productive for less pay. Yes I can even help employers rationalize how inhumane work conditions can have beneficial effects in the work place. Yes, by understanding the work place and motivational behaviorisms, I can effectively raise profits by pulling the last spark of life out of the downtrodden worker. All I need to have is a four year bachelors degree and I’m ready to ruin the lives of workers everywhere.
A few of the duties I will have will be as follows;
• identifying abilities and developing potential - through using tests and job-relevant exercises at selection, and in career counselling.
• motivating people - in designing payment and reward systems, and advising on health and safety issues.
• assessing performance both on and off the job - in designing appraisal systems, advising on stress management.
• helping people and organisations adapt to change - advising on how to change attitudes and behaviours to improve customer service.
• designing effective organisations - advising on the best type of management systems, identifying effective human resources strategies, and designing jobs to fit peoples' skills.
Liam Healy & Associates http://www.psychometrics.co.uk/what.html
OK....finished the first person part of the game and my opinion is just as bad as in my other posts. There is little if any original content to this game. Makes me sick that I wasted my money on this. Maybe multiplayer will be better.
Even by my standards, and that's pretty darn low, the game is vulgar. The game play is stuck in the mid 90s and the content is lacking to say the least. You would expect this kind of game format on a Nintendo, not a modern PC game. Oh, let's just keep running down set paths and see if we can click the action button fast enough to get away from an enemy. What a monsterous waste of money.