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Im guessing it was January 2007, a meeting in Bethesda, we got a bag of bees and just started smashing them on the desk, Charles Wick said. It was very complicated.


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Took my car into a mechanic to see about getting my AC fixed on Monday. Paid $100 for an estimate to learn that it would be $200 more to fix. Decided against it. Tuesday my battery light comes on on the freeway. Tonight my battery light comes on on the freeway and everything else turns off...including my car. That was...harrowing. Should be an interesting return trip to that mechanic.

I've had that happen. Multiple times. Turned out it was the alternator belt every time.

Alternator,  FTW!

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A cheap fix, at least? I hope?

Nope. The whole alternator. I'm suddenly in want of a Johnny Rotten "Hah HaHa...Ever get the feeling you've been swindled?" emote.
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Further adventures in "things that shouldn't work together but do", food edition.

Szechaun and satay sauces.  Do not have an additive effect when it comes to spiciness, merely a complimentary one.
On that note, a friend and I are testing out various recipes from Food Wars, this ridiculous cooking anime that we're following. BEHOLD!
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I've been trying to pull off the Chaliapin Steak, and my friend recently tried the Transforming Rice Gohan.
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Had two interviews this week: One at a child development center at CSULB, the other at Home Depot. Landed the job at Home Depot, still waiting on a call from the Child development center. I'm a little nervous about how i handled that interview, but then again im ALWAYS nervous about how I handled interviews so, yknow, theres that. Looking back, i dont think i stuck TOO big a  foot in my mouth, and i put my friend who works there as a reference, which hopefu8lly is a feather in my cap. Fingers crossed.
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For some reason no one else seems to really care that Giant hogweed has completely taken over more and more of my city. The plant has been spreading through Europe for decades but there is a mayor difference between occasionally seeing it when i was a kid and seeing huge fields on every piece of slightly moist soil.

There is something worrying about 2-5 meter(that is about 6-15 feet) high plants that can burn you, blind you and force you to avoid sunlight for a few days. Its sap is phototoxic and getting any on your skin is easy because the damned things are covered in tiny moist hairs. It feels like an acid burn, as if you have a strong acid all over the affected area. It works a bit different though, the molecules get in your cells nucleus and kill the cells by bonding with the DNA. This adds a bit of extra horror to the situation for me, though that doesn't really make sense. Cell death is cell death, what do I care how it happens?



Here, have a pic of the type of injury you get:

That would be after 3-10 days by my estimate.

Luckily city hall is fighting back with sheep and that seems to at least keep them somewhat under control. I would prefer genocide though.
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Genocide by sheep is pretty horrifying.

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Genocide by sheep is pretty horrifying.

As a security measure, you could cultivate that horrid acid plant and then remove the gangs with genocide by sheep.
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For some reason no one else seems to really care that Giant hogweed has completely taken over more and more of my city. The plant has been spreading through Europe for decades but there is a mayor difference between occasionally seeing it when i was a kid and seeing huge fields on every piece of slightly moist soil.

There is something worrying about 2-5 meter(that is about 6-15 feet) high plants that can burn you, blind you and force you to avoid sunlight for a few days. Its sap is phototoxic and getting any on your skin is easy because the damned things are covered in tiny moist hairs. It feels like an acid burn, as if you have a strong acid all over the affected area. It works a bit different though, the molecules get in your cells nucleus and kill the cells by bonding with the DNA. This adds a bit of extra horror to the situation for me, though that doesn't really make sense. Cell death is cell death, what do I care how it happens?



Here, have a pic of the type of injury you get:

That would be after 3-10 days by my estimate.

Luckily city hall is fighting back with sheep and that seems to at least keep them somewhat under control. I would prefer genocide though.

We have a problem with that shit as well!  http://www.oregon.gov/ODA/shared/Documents/Publications/Weeds/PlantPestRiskAssessmentGiantHogweed2013.pdf

People IMPORTED IT ON PURPOSE for their gardens. ASSHOLES, WHY WOULD YOU DO THAT?
Im guessing it was January 2007, a meeting in Bethesda, we got a bag of bees and just started smashing them on the desk, Charles Wick said. It was very complicated.


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Took my car into a mechanic to see about getting my AC fixed on Monday. Paid $100 for an estimate to learn that it would be $200 more to fix. Decided against it. Tuesday my battery light comes on on the freeway. Tonight my battery light comes on on the freeway and everything else turns off...including my car. That was...harrowing. Should be an interesting return trip to that mechanic.

I've had that happen. Multiple times. Turned out it was the alternator belt every time.

Alternator,  FTW!

YEY

A cheap fix, at least? I hope?

Nope. The whole alternator. I'm suddenly in want of a Johnny Rotten "Hah HaHa...Ever get the feeling you've been swindled?" emote.

Oh, that is fucking lame. That's like a $100 + labor (cheap because it's on top of the engine) part on my car, guessing it's a lot more on yours.
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Wasabi mayonnaise?  What is this wonderful sorcery?
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Wasabi mayonnaise?  What is this wonderful sorcery?

Terrible demon-craft you mean? That poor wasabi....

 :lol:

No, that actually sounds like it probably the best thing that could happen to mayonnaise. And I can't say I never eat it, it just has to be in a manner that I don't realize I am eating it. It does sound intriguing though. Certainly better than the sadness that is baconnaise. 
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Wasabi mayonnaise?  What is this wonderful sorcery?

Terrible demon-craft you mean? That poor wasabi....

 :lol:

No, that actually sounds like it probably the best thing that could happen to mayonnaise. And I can't say I never eat it, it just has to be in a manner that I don't realize I am eating it. It does sound intriguing though. Certainly better than the sadness that is baconnaise.

It adds something that mayonnaise was missing.

Taste.
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For some reason no one else seems to really care that Giant hogweed has completely taken over more and more of my city. The plant has been spreading through Europe for decades but there is a mayor difference between occasionally seeing it when i was a kid and seeing huge fields on every piece of slightly moist soil.

There is something worrying about 2-5 meter(that is about 6-15 feet) high plants that can burn you, blind you and force you to avoid sunlight for a few days. Its sap is phototoxic and getting any on your skin is easy because the damned things are covered in tiny moist hairs. It feels like an acid burn, as if you have a strong acid all over the affected area. It works a bit different though, the molecules get in your cells nucleus and kill the cells by bonding with the DNA. This adds a bit of extra horror to the situation for me, though that doesn't really make sense. Cell death is cell death, what do I care how it happens?



Here, have a pic of the type of injury you get:

That would be after 3-10 days by my estimate.

Luckily city hall is fighting back with sheep and that seems to at least keep them somewhat under control. I would prefer genocide though.

We have a problem with that shit as well!  http://www.oregon.gov/ODA/shared/Documents/Publications/Weeds/PlantPestRiskAssessmentGiantHogweed2013.pdf

People IMPORTED IT ON PURPOSE for their gardens. ASSHOLES, WHY WOULD YOU DO THAT?
ASSHOLES! STAB THEM WITH THEIR OWN IMPORTED PLANTS!
I have seen the filthy stuff grow in places I used to play as a kid.
At that place along the water this grew:
Wikipedia tells me you would call it butterbur.
It was a great place to have adventures as a child, there was the occasional giant hogweed but we knew to avoid those and learned a valuable lesson about nature (it can hurt you, listen to your mother!)
About a decade ago the entire field of butterbur was taken over by giant hogweed, after that kids stopped playing there. The entire area is cropped short so no amazing kiddie-adventure-jungles can grow there now.

Now I can't bike anywhere without seeing either fields with full grown plants (9-15 feet) or recently sheep-ed areas (1-2 feet plants). Getting drunk and falling of your bike has some horrible new consequences now. Though to be fair to the demon-plant I haven't heard about anyone actually falling into them.
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