Earlier today, I wrote a 'Blog piece about ... well, related to the title you see above. I wrote about how unfair it was. I wrote about what Sellers could do to protect themselves. I thought it was quite a good 'Blog article, if I do say so myself.
Turns out that - a lot of Real Estate Agents (like you) might be interested in that topic.
But per the Sherman Anti-Trust Act passed by Congress in 1890: I can't write about it. I can think about it. I just can't write about it. The good folks here at ActiveRain encouraged me to delete the article, and probably saved me from myself. Thank you, ActiveRain!
Instead: I want to tell you about how to prepare a Baked Potato in a microwave oven! That... I can write about!
- Wash the potato in the sink. Get it good and clean, considering what potatoes grow in (which has an amazing similarity to the nature of the Sherman Anti-Trust Act, mentioned above).
- Use a fork, and poke a bunch of holes in the outside of the skin. About 10 fork-pokes will do it.
- Rub the outside of the potato skin with butter. Just a light coat.
- Put the potato on a plate, set the microwave to 'high" and zap it for about 15 minutes.
That's it! A beautiful, toasty-hot baked potato in about 1/3 the time it takes to bake it in the oven.
THIS I can share. And am happy to do so.