Cookery and Crookery

Thursday, 28 October 2004

I am not going to have internet access from my new apartment for a while. That means my plugged into the Matrixness will only be prevalent during work hours. Whatever will I do without the internet? I will most likely:

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Wednesday, 27 October 2004

twodoors.jpgBy now every­one on the in­ter­net has read Ron Suskind’s Without a Doubt which was pub­lished in the New York Times. The whole ar­ti­cle sort of hinges on one quote and you prob­a­bly know which one it is.
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A Tribute to Online Casino

Tuesday, 26 October 2004

slots.jpg I would like to take this time to rec­og­nize one of the most pro­lif­ic con­trib­u­tors to Organic Mechanic. My friend and yours; Online Casino. Along with his friends Slots, Levitra, pre­scrip­tion drugs and Get Laid Tonite!; Online Casino has giv­en me much to think about in his time vis­it­ing this site.
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Show, Rugging, Move

Monday, 25 October 2004

mondrian.jpg Three sep­a­rate in­ci­dents, un­re­lat­ed ex­cept that they all oc­curred this past week­end, they all oc­curred in Ohio and they all oc­curred to me. I had Pelicano’s piz­za for like­ly the last time. It was tasty, but I still haven’t fig­ured out what the lit­tle tub of hon­ey is for.
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Wednesday, 20 October 2004

grave_hand.gifMy bust­ed head­light thank­ful­ly doesn’t re­quire a new plas­tic shield. I do need to fig­ure out how to re­move it so I can glue a chunk back on, but last night I re­placed the bro­ken bulb, thanks to Lo-Lo. I’ve been as­sum­ing that Halogen meant a Hg-va­por light. For years I have thought this. I hate the mer­cury va­por head­lamps on cars, they blind me. So when I bought a new bulb last night I was ap­palled that there were on­ly Halogen bulbs. Thankfully they were still tung­sten fil­a­ments.
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Chair; Anhydrous

Friday, 15 October 2004

chair.jpg Pull up a seat folks, ran­dom­ness is the some­thingerother du jour. There is ac­tu­al­ly some im­por­tant in­fo buried in this crap too. I’ve been think­ing alot about moral rel­a­tiv­i­ty late­ly; and my faith. But not al­ways at the same time. Further cog­i­ta­tions will like­ly arise.
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