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anonymous asked:

Can't wait for next week's episode! Oliver, what did you do? and now Jane is involved too. Kurt is not going to be happy about this at all. This is not going to make Kurt warm up to Oliver at all (Is not like he is anyways) do you think Oliver should be afraid of Kurt?

I CANT WAIT FOR IT EITHER!!!! BRING ON OVERPROTECTIVE HUBBY LOSING HIS SHIT TRYING TO FIND WIFEY AND KEEP A FAMILY AND CHILDREN SAFE. GIMME GIMME GIMMMMEEEEEEE

Originally posted by piratevanrock

I don’t know, I mean, Kurt wanted to toss Cade in prison and snap Keaton’s neck… but at the same time, Oliver did get kidnapped too, so I guess he might take it a bit easy on Oliver? But then again this is Kurt and common sense isn’t that common when it comes to Jane.

ELI5: What exactly did John Oliver do in the latest episode of Last Week Tonight by forgiving $15 million in medical debt?

Whenever you take out a loan or get a service that you don’t pay for in advance, you owe someone money. If you don’t pay, they chase you down looking to get their money. For many of these people who are owed money, they want to spend their time performing services for people, not chasing down delinquent payers. So for a fraction of the total price of the debt, they sell the right to collect the money to some third party. That way they get some of their money back (more than they would without a bunch more effort chasing down the people who haven’t been paying).

So now the third party who specializes in chasing these people down will try to find the people who haven’t paid and get them to pay. What John Oliver did was buy the right to collect these debts, just like these third parties do, but then forgive the debts- tell the people who owe money that they don’t have to pay him back.

Explain Like I`m Five: good questions, best answers.

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How to make Pa amb Tomàquet

Day 3 of ucf Recipe Week: Dinner

For us, lunch is the strong meal, so dinner is usually smaller and more simple.

We eat it between 9 and 10 pm, and it can consist of pasta soup, light dishes (such as the recipe I posted yesterday), or an omelette with bread with tomato and embotits or cheese.

I’m going to tell you how to make the most typical and characteristic Catalan food ever: Pa amb tomàquet.

It literaly just means bread with tomato. We eat it with everything. Any dish we may be eating, we always have a side of pa amb tomàquet next to it. It can also be a central dish in the form of a llesca.

It’s very simple, here’s what you have to do:

1. Get a loaf of bread and toast it a little bit.

2. Optional: cut a piece of garlic and rub it on the bread. Be careful not to do it too much, especially if you’re not used to its taste.

3. Cut a tomato on a half and rub half of the tomato on the bread. Yes, you’re doing it right. Simply rub it on the bread so some of it stays.

4. Add some olive oil and salt.

And you have pa amb tomàquet.

Now if you want to eat it for dinner, we would make a llesca, which is a big piece of pa amb tomàquet with embotit (traditional Catalan cured meat), cheese, Iberic ham, pâtes, olivada (olive pâte), or others.

Bon profit!