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He was given a seven year contract (and reportedly makes more than $1 million, with all perks), ostensibly because Newton believed it would take that long to resurrect the program. Pitino predicted 16 wins for this season and by Jan. 19 they had 15.
“Charles Oakley came to the game tonight and behaved in a highly inappropriate and completely abusive manner,” Knicks PR wrote in a statement. “He has been ejected and is currently being arrested by the New York City Police Department. He was a great Knick and we hope he gets some help soon.”.
Before you leave, check the oil and coolant, inflate the tires (and the spare) to the proper air pressure and my favorite tip, is to carry a can of “fix a flat” in the trunk. It will bail you out of having to change a tire as long as the tire doesn’t have a cut in the side wall and is still on the rim. Another good tip is to check your hoses and engine belts for wear or cuts that might cause a problem on a long trip..
And they should always be boxed and taken into your home for consumption.But, there are certain packaged foods that can safely be left in your RV for your next trip with little or no chance of it going bad or being damaged by moderate weather conditions.Box it and Move it every time is a bad alternativeAs I mentioned, some foods must be moved in and out of your RV when they are not in use.Perishable foods in your fridge absolutely must be kept cold and you obviously must move all of it out of your RV and into your home fridge, when it is to be shut down.Those Eggs, Meats, Cheeses, Dips, Sauces, opened condiments and leftovers in the fridge must be moved.And, in your pantry, common sense will tell you that all of the opened dry good items such as Chips, Nuts, Sandwich breads, Hot Dog or Hamburger buns, Crackers, etc. Must be removed.Well, actually, if I am planning another trip within a few weeks, I will put such things as; Nuts, Crackers, and often Chips into quality sealable containers, for use on my next camper outing.Dry Condiments you can store safelyThen there are certain dry Condiments that we also leave in our RV for our traveling season.What I have here, are our favorite condiments we use most often when we are cooking.And, because they are all dried goods, they will normally keep, unopened for over a year, and if they have been opened but are kept sealed properly, they will still maintain their unique flavors easily for 3 6 months.Use Glass containers whenever possible.We try to only purchase our most used condiments from the manufacturers who use glass containers.The glass containers typically seal better than their plastic counterparts, and the errant mouse that might slip into your RV cannot eat through glass like they can with some plastic containers.Also, the seal is usually so good that wandering Ants cannot smell the potential food that is inside a glass container and be drawn into your camper pantry.Plastic versus Glass storage containersThe question of whether you should use plastic or glass containers is arguable but when it comes to an RV that is in itself a very open machine that many different pests can often find their way into, my wife and I opt for using glass containers whenever possible.One year, we left our fifth wheeler in our campsite Virginia with plans to return for another stay in six to eight weeks. Well, it turned out that we both had some unexpected medical problems that kept us away for almost five months.And, of course, I had left a sliding door between one storage area and another of the RV, by accident.Well, when we finally got back to our RV, we did a quick inventory of our pantry and guess what.We had uninvited guests.