We could have sworn you said the ark wasn’t leaving till 5.
| R E A D |
|9 Acts of Vigilantism Straight Out of a Comic Book|
|<insert innocent whistling here>|
|I think I may have to try this when tournament season winds down…|
|Could a marathon ever be run in under two hours?|
|Not by me, I’m too lazy. But you go run on wit’ yo’ athletic self!|
|Paying their respects outside funeral home|
|“A drive-thru in Compton with a glass-encased chamber for the coffin offers convenience to mourners.”|
| W A T C H |
I, for one, welcome our ramen overlords
FWC and I went on a ramen road trip yet again.
Broth was very, very rich.
Rice bowl with salmon eggs garnished with seaweed. The salmon eggs were TOP quality — fresh, not frozen, with a crunchy texture and bursting with happiness.
Also included were a shoyu egg (egg cooked in soy sauce) and a tiny (slightly smaller than a penny) salted plum, which is a traditional ramen garnish. There was enough salt in that plum to dehydrate many millions of snails. Not that I did that…
I enjoyed my slightly-less-than pooltacular weekend. I was an almost normal person doing normal things like laundry, dishes, and releasing spiders into my annoying neighbor’s bathroom. I was almost hit by a BMW on Saturday which I took it as an indication I was moving on up in the world (I’m too good for trucks, you know). I found out local sales tax here was raised to 10.75 percent, which is almost riot-worthy. Also, I had two pants hemmed and one pair of shoes resoled (“What did you do to these boots?!” “I walked in them.” “To China?!” “No. That would require a kayak, according to Google Maps.”) My refrigerator is filled with Japanese beer, German beer, Coca Cola, eight bottles of salad dressings (5 of them different) and one wedge of Maytag Blue Cheese. Fat. Brunette. Angry face. Bwahahaha!