November 3rd, 2003

  • cimness

um.

i just remember that part of my dream last night involved looking at my shelf of cookbooks. i noticed one i hadn't seen before. it was called, 'insengard anti-pasta' and isengard was written out using different shapes of pasta. um.

-phineasjones
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Kookaburra

(Italics= quote from the Seattle Times)


"It's an enormous barrier," said Ellen Pinney, director of the Oregon Health Action Committee. "Let alone the $6, there is the whole issue of writing a check or getting a money order, putting it in an envelope with a stamp and putting it in the mail to this place in Portland that must receive it by the due date."


I was incredulous when I read this. Enormous barrier? ENORMOUS BARRIER??? There is also the enormous barrier of locating the strings - 4 of them in total, pulling them taut and arranging them in a complicated series of knots and loops such as to keep the shoe on the foot for hours at a time. Maybe we should do that for them too?

----rachelmills in this post in libertarianism
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just breathe

Bwahaha!

"If someone were to harm my family or a friend or someone I love, I would eat them. I might end up in jail for five hundred years, but I would eat them."

You see that? It's a cannibal quote. We all know how I feel about eating people (namely, that if Nigella Lawson and Jamie Oliver entered a "two-chefs-enter-one-chef-leaves-with-a-beautifully-prepared-steak" ring, the world would be a better place). Therefore, the person who said that quote must be my soulmate; a kindred spirit if you will. Isn't it nice that the person that said it was Johnny Depp?

(He also said, "I pretty much try to stay in a constant state of confusion because of the look it leaves on my face," which I think was the quote that inspired Orlando Bloom to get into acting.)

deadspiders here, which should also be looked at for the hysterical Orlando Bloom-mocking icon. :)