Let it be released from the mind

Friday, April 28, 2006

The Movement to end human kind

Yesterday I had a Raw Foods Movement. This should not be confused with a painful bowel movement. It was by choice that I partook in this movement. By coersion, rather.

Like the moans of a dying tree, the Vitameatavegamin Machine squealed as the beets, greens, carrots and curry whirred and whirred. It pureed and juiced our vegetables with ease. And the brilliant red sludge that was supposed to be our curry was presented, with uncooked brown rice and a dabble of raw pureed spinach, onion and garlic. And our empty and pitiful plate would experience rebirth as these whole foods were placed on it. And our stomachs would dance with delight as we received all the vitamins and helpful enzymes that nature's bounty could offer. My stomach danced alright...

Let me ask this, my friends. So these raw food people don't like to eat meat and dairy because it not only harms their bodies but is cruel (I assume they must have these beliefs as luckily I have no friends following the movement). How is it not cruel to beat the crap out of the poor vegetables into a sludge that no real human would ever venture to eat by their own accord?


540 peanuts


Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Trivia for the day

How many peanuts does it take to make one 12-oz. jar of peanut butter?

What is the percentage of Americans age 21 and over who have a "drink" with their meal if they go out to eat on a weekend?

Guesses? Answers tomorrow.

Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Good News!

The good news of the week is I found out today I am getting a promotion! No longer will I be the MGM, the grand puba of movie production companies. Now I will be the DRM. This should not be confused with Durham, which makes me think of the detestable Blue Devils.

It will be a new world for me as I start my journey into out-the-door fundraising. Eeeeek. I can no longer hide behind my computer!


Monday, April 17, 2006

Parker Lewis can't...be found?

As I was doing dishes yesterday, I thought to myself, "Whatever happened to that crazy cat Parker Lewis?" Well, you bet your bippy I found out today.

Corin Nemec has been around the corny television show circuit more than a few times snce the stellar situational comedy "Parker Lewis Can't Lose". NYPD Blue (a.k.a. '80's rejects show), Smallville, Beverly Hills 90210, Tales from the Crypt. I mean, the list just goes on and on.

A flick that truly stands above all others, Operation Dumbo Drop, with the unrelenting acting talents of Doug E. Doug.