Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Wanna see my...

I think I met this woman in a bar.. multiple times.

Thursday, October 4, 2012

Luv Dat Chicken

My grandmother kept chickens, and once a year in the spring we would butcher them. Neither of my grandparents used the axe-and-tree-stump method of killing chickens. My grandfather would take the bird by the head and spin it; the neck would break and the body would fly off to flop around on the ground. The head was given to the dog. My grandmother had a cast-iron lid about 24" in diameter; she put the chicken's head under the lid, stepped on the lid, and pulled on its feet. After the bodies stopped flopping around, they were dipped in boiling water to loosen the feathers. My job as a boy was to pluck them, which I did out behind the shed with my grandfather. Once they were plucked, they went inside to the kitchen where my grandmother and mother cut them up and put them in bags to freeze. We ate lots of chicken in the summer and fall.

Thursday, March 22, 2012

Psychadaelic Artist Blog

Some great images can be found on the Monkey Ink site. Affordable prices too. Enjoy.

Friday, November 4, 2011

The Pet Rock of Ice Cream: Various Web Quotes on the Death of Dippin' Dots, Inc.

Worse gimmick of a snack joint ever.

Absolutely the best ice cream ! (next to Ben and Jerry)

Awww. I love them. Too bad.


I had them once when I was a little kid and they were new and real popular. I learned my lesson then and there: The problem is not the price but, rather, the quantity. They are little spheres...and what does that mean?--Well, the image above shows it clearly. Dippin Dots is like swimming in a Ball Pit--only, the problem's not the water; you're not getting your whole money's worth.

You must be fat.

If they weren't so damn expensive or hard to find...

Maybe if they didn't overprice their damn ice cream they wouldn't be filing for bankruptcy.

the pet rock of ice cream

omg..."cryogenics" r involved. isnt that the technique that freeze dried walt disney and has his bod in a cylinder in arizona or florida or ?. maybe good 'ol walt is sharing his space with dippin dots mint chip...ewww...

If it was called "Skinny Dippin Dots" it would be doing just fine.

Thursday, September 8, 2011

"The family of a man whose lifeless, naked body -- wearing what appeared to be a dog collar -- was found in a hot tub next to a sleeping weatherman described him Thursday as someone who was 'easily influenced.' "

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

cajun sexy cooking