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May 3rd 2011 12:55AM Believe in the stupidity. People are that clueless. If ignorance is bliss these people are ecstatic. I learned more than half a century ago that kids who leave candy lying around untended will be sorely disappointed to find it missing. Actually it's just in another kid's belly.
There are people in this world who prey on weakness. Mobs who gang-rape reporters like Lara Logan in Egypt, thieves who jump at any opportunity and gangs who attack little old ladies for their Social Security checks. If you are percieved as weak, you will be a victim.
Anyone who leaves their expensive toys lying around unattended deserves the Dumbass of the Day award. It's what you get when you say, "Duh! I left mah compewder raght thar!"
Mar 13th 2011 11:08PM I "almost" feel sorry for anyone who has to face Anne Burrell in the final round. She is going to kick butt and take home the 50 Gs for her charity.
Truthfully, I was rooting for Robert Irvine in their matchup but he just can't seem to get the goods on Anne. Best of luck to all the competitors in the next two rounds but luck isn't enough to tame Anne Burrell.
Feb 18th 2010 11:10PM Well, that was random.
Lent or no lent, I like that silly fish sandwich. It tastes good and has a nice crunch. Everybody else's fish sandwich is mushy. I still like McDonald's food.
Aug 3rd 2009 5:38PM I tasted an incredible Shiraz from the University of Texas Vineyards outside of Fort Stockton, Texas. Their vineyards are across the road from Ste. Genvieve winery.
Shiraz is not a really rare variety but wine grown by post-grad students from UT Austin is. Even stranger, you can't buy the wines they make.
The wines made by the University are not for sale. If you are really an adventurer at heart, stop in and get some free wine. Don't forget to visit Ste. Genvieve as well since the two are such close neighbors.
Mar 30th 2009 8:39PM Give me the author's address so I can go kick his butt just for publishing that book.
Oh, the cover artist needs a whipping too.
Mar 23rd 2009 3:47PM Actually I go to the store and buy BEEF, not beer. *blush*
Mar 23rd 2009 3:45PM Me Mongo. Mongo like beef. *burp*
Seriously, my favorite meats are wild game with hooves. After that come wild quail. THEN we get down to beef. Followed by chicken, turkey and pork. That said, I will definitely eat my weight in fish every time I am presented with good fish. I don't eat sashimi and I don't care for sushi. Trash fish dredged up from the lakebottom mud will not do.
For everyday purposes, I go to the store and buy beer. Mongo say so. Ugh.
Mar 19th 2009 8:57PM I've never particularly cared for espresso. I'm not into dark roast. My coffee of choice is just about anybody's breakfast blend. The coffee I miss most is Brothers' Fog Lifter. I hate whoever bought that company and promptly killed it off.
Mar 15th 2009 7:01PM I like to cook it like scalloped potatoes. Utterly delicious and tender. I also like it as part of a pot roast. Of course, the ultimate sinful cauliflower treat is breaded and deep fried but I always avoid that.
Roasted with garlic is very good and try sprinkling a tiny bit of key lime juice over it when it is about half done. Serve with hot chiles and you have a literal mouth-watering treat.
Mar 14th 2009 11:08AM I tried the Tonga Room in 1972. I was already a veteran of that little conflict on the other side of the Pacific. Although the tiki huts in Hawaii were beter the Tonga was fun. Also a nice cange from basic American fare.
I have also been to Hurricane Bar. I was less impressed with it. My wife and I were planning a trip to San Francisco. She has never been and Tonga was one of the places I wanted to take her to.
As previously stated: c'est la vie.