Saturday, January 31, 2004  

The recipe:

- 2 slices white bread (preferably Merita, but if you live in the North like me, Wonder bread will do)
- A whole crap-load of regular mayonnaise (no low-fat, and definitely no Miracle Whip - this is non-negotiable)
- 4 Scrambled Eggs
- Hot sauce (I use Texas Pete, but Louisiana is good, too)

Put mayo on both slices of bread (this is important - one piece will simply not do the trick). Put roughly three scrambled eggs between slices of bread. Put additional scrambled egg on the side, cover with hot sauce. Enjoy.

there. I said it.| 10:40 AM

Tuesday, January 27, 2004  

Don't you just love it when you stumble across a really great website that you never knew existed before? I just found Internet Monk, a great home for political and religious thought. It's loads of fun. There's a great article about the newfound religiosity of Howard Dean. An excerpt:

But liberal Democrats believe that Republican Christians are racist capitalists planning to pollute the air and water, then retire to an all white country club in Vale while mammoth corporations turn the world into something like the machine city in the Matrix. Muhahahaha!! Whatever religion they profess--even if it is Franklin Graham's Samaritan's Purse feeding hungry Muslims or President Bush sobering up after a conversation with Billy Graham--is really just a front for oppressing the poor and paving paradise to put up a parking lot.

The media doesn't understand religion but it understands politics, so Dean's ham-handed religious pronouncements will be played and printed with dignity and seriousness. Meanwhile, when President Bush says, "God Bless America," The DNC sends out a 12-page talking-point memo on the separation of church and state.

there. I said it.| 9:18 AM

Sunday, January 25, 2004  

My pet peeve for today: When you buy a "Family size" item at the grocery store and it barely feeds you, your wife, and your four-year-old. What kind of families are they talking about? If I wanted to, I could have eaten the entire family size can of Dinty Moore Beef Stew we had tonight. Fortunately, I also made really yummy homemade biscuits to go with it. A truly great meal for a night like tonight. I'm definitely not looking forward to tonight's snow.

there. I said it.| 7:05 PM

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