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Discordian Recipes / Re: Texture and food.
« on: August 21, 2010, 01:54:03 am »
Mushrooms
Tofu
Eggplant

I honestly don't know how a human being can live without mushrooms.  It's almost as bad as not liking mushrooms.  Power to you, for existing that way.

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Discordian Recipes / Re: Texture and food.
« on: August 20, 2010, 11:20:18 pm »
I will eat just about anything, and I'm actually enthusiastic about it, but there are a few things I can't handle.  Like Squiddy said, I can't take fat on steaks or anything, I'll gag, always have.  And gefilte fish will never again touch this tongue.

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Fact: PD is just that much better with LMNO around.

Alpphapance - You are forbidden to go on vacations, holidays or long weekends ever again.


Or, you could use your divine powers to grant me wireless internet access anywhere in the world.

Paynism is illegal in Montana.

I didn't know that Ostrich was only 16....  :sad:

You're going to have to clarify this.  If you're talking about what I think you are, that's completely legal in Montana.

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Discordian Recipes / Re: Aubergine Gratin A La Pix.
« on: August 19, 2010, 06:06:02 pm »
TRANSLATION INTO ENGLISH

Take one large eggplant. i got lucky getting one for $1. :D

cut in half lengthways., then slice thinly as you can.

get pasta bake or other earthenware dish. do in layers with eggplant.

cover with passata from a jar or carton. then open can of chopped tomatoes, put that on top. Then take soem garlic cloves and chip in halves, stick in the gaps.

bake in oven for 45-60minutes, till the eggplant is soft. (about 400F)

Get a crumbly white cheese, i used cheese, but cheese or cheese should also work. If you are american, this may be tricky. Cheese would also be awesome, or something italian that would work as a substitute (internet thinks cheese or cheese would work) , Slice cheese, then cut slices into smaller bits for to sprinkle on top

Grate breadcrumbs and mix with salt and pepper, sprinkle on top, then use Grano Padano or Parmesan to help make the gratin-y crust form nice and crispy.

bake for another half an hour. the garlic will be soft and baked, so no need to worry about getting a mouthful of it.

Can be served with chicken, for carnivores, and a little salad. Veggies can has just wioth salad and maybe some garlic bread.

I made this one up based loosly on something I had in a french resturaunt. it took a couple of goes to get right, but this is the one that worked., Pics to follow.


 :spittake:

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It's all there, in that basement, together in one enormous vat of dead sea giants and the refuse that even scum won't accept.  In it grows a creature of such powerful hatred and vile origin that we have not yet named it for the tongues of those who have tried have shriveled from their mouths before they succumbed to madness.  They were then added to the vat.  It is young yet, and will take some time to mature.  But hear me well:  If you do not begin your productivity, and soon, you will find a drop, just a single drop, of that vat liquid, in your nice freshly cleaned apartment.

Disregard this part.  Evidently we're calling it Harold.  I am, just, so pissed at that henchman.

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DO IT FOR LOVE

YOU FOOL!  You know not the terror the Princess Kaosuu wreaks upon her lands!  It is said that once, when asked for pitance for the good of her subjects, out of the kindness and love in her heart, she had the young man served as a special in an unknown Italian restaurant on Federal Hill.  His horse was decapitated, then had its head sewn on the exhumed corpse of the horse that was killed in The Godfather, then RE-BURIED in Seabiscuit's grave.  This is, of course, not an uncommon practice in these lands and this humble Baron has more than once performed similar feats, but the terrifying part is when one looks at the quality of stitching on the monstrosity it becomes clear that the feat was done by the Princess herself!

Only displays of cunning and ruthlessness are motivating factors in our fair realm.  Princess Kaosuu, hear me, Baron Eater of Clowns, and know that I speak truth.  In an abandoned corner of my city sits a house in impeccable condition but never spoken of but in hushed tones.  Ordinary looking individuals can be seen entering and exiting the house, always through doors that look perhaps a bit too sturdy and peeking out windows that seem, well, oddly thick for such a place.  Many a time, late at night, cars with dark windows come and go from a garage built, oddly, under the hill the house rests on.  Muffled cries and shuffling are lost in the night.

This is one of my places, my secret places in the Barony that, shall we say, helps keep things on this side of the bridge running smoothly.  I trust you with this secret, as I'm sure you're already aware of its existence else you wouldn't have found yourself in the spot of such power very long.  But even the disappearances linked to the location are a cover.  In the basement, through lock and key and trap and vault, there is a single secret I've kept until this day.

You're aware of the Portuguese Feast, of course.  You are not aware of the horrible liquids such a concentration of awful people produce.  Liquids of alcohol and the results of the overconsumption of alcohol.  Liquids of beauty and of sex and of, well, bodily function.  Those have all ben squirreled away to my dark purpose.  For each feast for a decade.  You're aware of our old days whaling, but perhaps not the fermented leftovers of the whales after they've been picked of bone and oil, the leftovers that have been kept.  You're aware of the grease traps of restaurants in our area from all the linguica and cacoila and chourico, but not of where it all goes.

It's all there, in that basement, together in one enormous vat of dead sea giants and the refuse that even scum won't accept.  In it grows a creature of such powerful hatred and vile origin that we have not yet named it for the tongues of those who have tried have shriveled from their mouths before they succumbed to madness.  They were then added to the vat.  It is young yet, and will take some time to mature.  But hear me well:  If you do not begin your productivity, and soon, you will find a drop, just a single drop, of that vat liquid, in your nice freshly cleaned apartment.

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Aneristic Illusions / Re: breaking news
« on: August 19, 2010, 01:57:49 am »
Watching msnbc

We now have about as many troops in Iraq as we do Germany

i took part in the 'pullout.'  i can tell you there are not that many Marines left. mostly a handful of 10-20 man teams training the military and the police forces.

How well did the pullout work?  Were there many seamen left behind?

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Discordian Recipes / Re: Aubergine Gratin A La Pix.
« on: August 19, 2010, 01:54:55 am »
CAN SOMEONE TRANSLATE THIS TO ENGLISH PLEASE?

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Discordian Recipes / Re: zucchini egg dish
« on: August 18, 2010, 02:24:44 am »
REMEMBER YOUR TRIP TO SF SIR







Pention to ban mention of trip to SF.  Something about sparkley pink shits using our own burritos against us.

or  :?

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Discordian Recipes / Re: zucchini egg dish
« on: August 18, 2010, 12:59:59 am »
SOUNDS LIKE IT'D BE GREAT WITH BACON.





My apologies.  Obligatory.  You understand.

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Literate Chaotic / Re: Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality
« on: August 16, 2010, 10:28:50 pm »
I am finally devouring this and loving the crap out of it.  Great find, thanks for sharing.

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I'm on the fence of whether or not to steal the last two shots of vodka from my roommate who owes me money. Sway my decision!  :evil:

How much money does he owe you? Steal the vodka and send it to me. I'll let you know if it's an even trade-off.

Alright, it's on the way now.

Right now? Hold on... *checks e-mail*...

E-Vodka?!?! Why, you little...  :argh!:

I heard if you run it through your spam filter a few times it tastes like better quality vodka.

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Payne (feat. Iggy Pop)
« on: August 15, 2010, 06:18:32 pm »
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n5xAV52Y1XI

Ow! Ow!

A massive headache in my aging skull
Means I do not feel well

Payne, Payne, Payne
Bad brains must always feel Payne

The problem started with my attitude
It's all lust, direct and crude
There are good people in this world of bums
But, sadly, I am not one

Payne, Payne, Payne
That's why I'm always bein Payne

Good karma would not get you anywhere
Look at Jesus and his hair

Payne, Payne, Payne
Bad brains must always feel Payne

Justice, religion and success are fake
And the shiny people stink

Pretty creepy, pretty funny
I'm a mix of God and monkey

Payne, Payne, Payne
To feel Payne is all that will remain
Payne, Payne, Payne, Paaaayyynn

Payne
Payne
Et cetera, I give up, I quit.

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Even with date being moved back, I still cannot come due to, ironically, a wedding.  :sad:

What time is the wedding?

Because to give you an idea as to when the party is going to end....we're allowing camping in the backyard.

Wedding is open bar and in Boston.  I uh.  I don't know if I'll be able to stand. 

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: I love you guys.
« on: August 13, 2010, 11:16:13 pm »
 :awesome:

Does this mean I'm not going to fed to hipsters?   :D

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