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Im out as well til 12 ET
3-2-1 TOUCHDOWN FSU
Well done gents.
I managed to get drunk enough again, but I'll find a way to drag myself out of bed and watch some Louis on the couch tomorrow. Louis CK is brilliant. Not always funny, but always brilliant.
Back. Time to rise and shine.
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Get up! Time for breakfast.
Sausage stuffed pancakes, with real maple syrup from upstate NY my daughter sends me.
Pot Roast, with Taters, Car Rots 'n lotsa coarse chopped sweet onions for this evening, in prep for watching the Academy Awards.
Nice Lunch at families house
Floor seats for Jeff Dunham
Baby Jesus has been good to me this week, so he gets an extra bonus.
We're all going to Steak-N-Shake for lunch. Claire has promised to sneak me a sip of her milkshake when the wife isn't looking. YUM! Chili 5-way, and onion rings for Uncle Nash!
Spent my UV's for the day. We adopted a cheweenie for my daughter yesterday. She's loving life. Breakfast, church @ 11,then lunch at the parents.
I'm all caught up, and I've got 20 left - bring it on.
My morning - scrambled eggs & prosciutto (http://www.citteriousa.com/products-bulkprosciutto.html)
another muscle-milk-uccino: http://instagram.com/p/WHigoPMmIe/
Ready for a short outdoor project, and then watch a bit of NASCAR. Not really much of a fan - unless there is ginormous wreck with a major conflagration, but my son is dialed in for sure.
Dunham show was great. Crazy hearing hail against the roof of the building for a while
catching up on Game of Thrones season 2.
Just finished it last week. Bad Ass Epic show. Season 3 comes around in 5 weeks. The creators say this is the season they've been pointing to ever since they started the project. Should be crazy.
I love GOT. I never read the books because that would mean I would have had to read something. I cant wait til someone just destroys Joffrey and gets revenge for Ned's death.
You will never regret reading the books. I couldn't be more serious about the full perspective one can gain by reading the thought patterns and processes Martin's characters add to the narrative. The HBO Series is GREAT no error. If you have a tablet, you can buy and download them on that. I'm re-reading them for the second time (third reading), and I can tell you having a face and physical persona to hold in one's mind's eye, makes the reading of the books even more poignant.
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B, I sent you a PM about the series.
Replied as best I could.
Ugly rain for today and tomorrow. I hope that means great spring with zero pollen
Caught up, 2 left. Hiding in my office. The staff is having a chili cook-off today.
How many contestants and are you one of them? Stub your toe when putting the in chili powder, some people can't get it hot enough.
Need more perspective you say?
This is the harvest of Ted's chili extravaganza at the Mexican Restaurant. Almost a World Record.
Hell no, I'm not one of them. It's all I can do to go in the kitchen to refresh my coffee. I hate the stuff.
It is nasty food when one gets right down to it. Your gastrointestinal tract has to manage a lot of harsh substances when Chili comes to visit. I just use a canned version (no beanys thank you very much) on my beloved hot-diggity-dawgs from time to time. Slaw dogs are better for one, and taste good too!
Good Chili is fantastic - the problem is, few people make good Chili. Most of the Chili I've had the displeasure of tasting is terrible. The Chili from Hill Country in manhattan stands in stark contrast. Very high quality meat, beans, cheese, and sauce - amazing stuff.
Still, in general, I do agree.
I make it about once or twice each winter, as all the kids and grand butts pester the dookey outta me until I do. DICED beast, not ground, plenty of chopped, sweet Vidalia onions, are key for me. I don't make it very hot spice wise, as I take no pleasure in burning blisters inside my loved ones gaping maws. It's more of a stew really. Never lasts more than one meal.
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