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The Omnivore's Hundred is an eclectic and entirely subjective list of 100 items that Andrew Wheeler, co-author of the British food blog Very Good Taste, thinks every omnivore should try at least once in his life.

He offered this list as the starting point for a game, along the following rules:
1. Copy this list into your blog or journal, including these instructions.
2. Bold all the items you’ve eaten (tried)
3. Cross out any items that you would never consider eating.

1. Venison
2. Nettle tea
3. Huevos rancheros
4. Steak tartare
5. Crocodile
6. Black pudding
7. Cheese fondue
8. Carp
9. BorschtCollapse )

huh. guess i have less to go than i thoguht.


as always.
this time from too much weekend fun though, most likely.

i doubt nutella and waffle sandwiches make me feel icky.

sleep is going to be GLORIOUS


hanging out with Andy and Benn and Dan and Sally and Greg and TJ = fun.

the morning after = stop my head now I want to get out.
fuck you

not-so-political alix.

So I'm sure I'm going to get very long comments from a couple of people about this, but w/e, feel free to try to change my mind.

I don't think I'm voting in this election.

Don't get me wrong, I'm going to vote against the abolition of gay marriage, for green energy, and against removal of essential educational programs. But I'm doing that without voting for president.

For one, I can't honestly decide between Biden and Palin. And let's be honest here, we're not electing the people who are running for president. McCain will probably die in office or natural causes, and O'Bama will be assassinated. If I were going to vote for a presidential candidate this year it'd be Cynthia McKinney, but since I've been told OVER AND OVER AND OVER AGAIN that any vote for anyone but Barack is a vote for McCain, I think I'll just step off this year. What's the point?

one less thing to vote against, the california state lottery reform didn't go through for this election, but it WILL be on the ballot for 2012, when I will re-assess whether it needs to be destroyed (probably based on light rail going through or not)

actual update?

geez, what to say.

I hate having huge blocks of time between bloggings, because I never really knwo what to say. I mean, do I jump in and talk about what happened today, what happened yesterday? Do i wax poetic (and annoying) about the inner workings of my mind? do I talk about the cool and horrible things happening at my job? the political situation? the economy? why i might not be voting? what I wish I was doing with my life? why my downstairs neighbors hate us even more?

so i talk about the new rims I want for my bike, the fun i'm having with people I thought I didn't even LIKE? the odds I've beaten or the kitten I'm raising?

... so much to talk about, and NOTHING to say.

I'm just gonna use this as an outline, and do this in order. over the next week. or whenever I can. sheesh.

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I have an undershirt that will work well as a top.

i dunno if i wanna spend that much on it, but OMG would it be wonderful.

These stockings should come up to either just above or just under my knee.

add a thick black headband, a few hours with a hair straightener and hair spray, some blush and pastel eyeshadow...


I'm looking for a size 18 light blue knee length eyelet-trimmed victorian style peter pan collar dress.

I'm totally going to have make this myself unless I want to butcher an alice in wonderland costume.