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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: Visual Puns
« on: July 09, 2010, 07:51:05 pm »
Visual puns are cornea. Iris my case.

Painful, Dimo, I sentence you to a dozen lashes.

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This may just be the French-Canadian blood speaking, but I just can't see spending the money on one of those things.  The phone itself is expensive, but the plans seem to be pretty pricey too.  I'm happy spending my $15/month for the basic cell phone.  I just don't get it man. 

What the hell carrier are you going through that you're only paying $15/mo?

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I wouldn't have time for eating or sleeping if I owned one of those. :lulz:

I don't think the point is to use it on yourself, Sig.  :)

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Mmm, currywurst.  I ate it almost daily on my trip to Germany and it still haunts my dreams.

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MOTHER OF GODPUKING ALIEN TITS CAN SOMEONE EXPLAIN THIS?!



THIS KINDLY LOOKING SLIGHTLY PORTLY MAN IS HARVEY FUCKING FIERSTEIN, ACTOR, DIRECTOR, AND GAY RIGHTS ADVOCATE.  YOU THINK ANY OLD TURDWANDERER OFF THE STREET CAN WIN TWO TONY AWARDS IN ONE YEAR?  FUCK YOU THEY CAN'T, NOT LIKE THIS AUTHOR OF THE SISSY DUCKLING.  MOTHERFUCKER WAS IN INDEPENDENCE DAY ALL HANGING OUT WITH JEFF GOLDLUM AND SHIT BEFORE ALL KINDS OF ALIENS WERE LIKE FUCK YOU EARTH BUT YOU NEVER FIND OUT IF HE LIVES SO YOU CAN ASSUME HE DOESN'T.



THIS MAN IS CELEBRATED, HE'S GOT THIS VOICE THAT'S LIKE GRAVEL SLIDING DOWN A METAL CHUTE GREASED IN PORK FAT.



HE SHOULD BE CALLED FEARSTEIN BECAUSE I'M TERRIFIED OF HIS TALENT.

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Discordian Recipes / Re: Help Suu learn to Tofu.
« on: July 08, 2010, 01:58:37 am »
Have you considered beans as an alternative to meat?  I know this isn't a tofu recipe, but cooking dried beans is time consuming but way more delicious than canned stuff, and they're cheaper than dirt.

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Discordian Recipes / Re: Cold Brew Coffee
« on: July 08, 2010, 12:22:04 am »
Well I've officially tried both methods.  I don't think I let the first method, that is making a pot with cold water, sit long enough.  It was tasty, but lacked a certain punch.

The second method I brewed it when I got home at 11:30, a double pot for me and my girlfriend.  She took half when she left my place 5 or 6 hours later and left me the other half.  She said she thought it was pretty good; I loved it.  It's smooth and delicious once reconstituted.

My only issue with this method over brewing hot coffee and chilling it is that sugar just doesn't melt the same and dissipate in cold brew.  Otherwise, I like this a bit better.

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I am working, so happy Independence Day from the INS Immigration Detention Center.

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Discordian Recipes / Re: Cold Brew Coffee
« on: July 02, 2010, 07:14:58 pm »
I've been making batches in one of these:
http://www.bottlelinkpkg.com/product/30_0315111651_0.jpg.s.jpg  (the one on the left)

A whole pot of coffee's worth of grounds in that much water overnight is PERFECT.

FUCK I'm buzzed.  And it's great since it's silent, and I leave before everyone else wakes up.  Ninja coffee!

I plan to get some ph strips and see if it's true about the lowered acid content.

Considering monetizing this.  I'm in the wrong business anyway.

I'd guess it's significantly lower acidity, especially if you're used to drip coffee.  French presses give significant less acidity and this is essentially the same concept, right?  This company called Clover came out with an $11,000 machine that only makes one cup of coffee at a time, which Starbucks bought out a few years ago.  It was widely hailed as a smooth, less acidic, rich cup and really all it does is make french press quality coffee with the quickness of a drip maker.

As far as coffee trends though, maybe it's time for a new one like this.  Recently people have shown they're willing to grind their own beans, in some cases even roasting them at home, and shell out some dough for a really good drip maker.  French presses are more common, though I'd guess the majority of people still don't use them.  Maybe this is the next step?

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Discordian Recipes / Re: Cold Brew Coffee
« on: July 02, 2010, 01:19:52 am »
EOC TIP:  Make ice cubes out of coffee.  Put them in iced coffee.  Drink iced coffee for hours without it watering down, only getting stronger.

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Almost every time I hear about an artist I haven't heard before, it's from a friend who has their album and says "hey, you should listen to this."  Usually I trade them something back (which might have been traded to my by someone else previously).  So maybe one copy of the album has been purchased and there's a dozen or so copies floating around in my circle of friends.  Now, I don't download music, but it seems what I'm doing is essentially the same thing.

In the last few years, though, I've been attending a ton of shows, so I have been giving support to the bands I like.  Just I guess not as much as there could be.

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farmer = musician, eggs = music

Begs the question - Who's the cock?

The initial analogy doesn't hold water anyway, unless all the "villagers" are making their own music.

Maybe if the villagers genuinely believe their chickens don't create unique eggs, only exact copies of the farmer's eggs?

Okay, sorry, no more playing stretch the metaphor game.

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farmer = musician, eggs = music

Begs the question - Who's the cock?

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I've had pretty good popcorn with just salt, pepper, and some paprika.  But yes, sticking was a problem.

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