Less than a week until we are in Chicago. I have to buy a dress shirt.
Friday, December 30, 2005
Friday, December 16, 2005
Fire Theme Park
I gets these urges to play with fire every now and again. Not in the arsonist, burn down a city block sense, but in the model airplane and bottle rocket sense. There are venues that let you "play war" or "race cars" so why nothing that lets you play with fire. Damn shame if you ask me.
Monday, December 12, 2005
New Press Pictures!
Lookie! Lookie! Here are the new press pictures for Train of Thought > Breaking Up. These are my favorite ones yet. They're modeled after The Graduate and Say Anything.
Friday, December 09, 2005
Blog on Board
The other day I was stuck in stop and go traffic. The guy behind me is really following close and weaving through traffic like a lunatic.
He finally gets in front of me on his back window is a 'Baby on Board' sign.
What is that?!
New Press Pictures Coming Soon
We got our press pictures back but there was a problem with one of them. I don't want to post them seperately though so I'll have to wait. :|
Thursday, December 08, 2005
Start a war
Yesterday I flipped off a group of war protesters. I just wanted to see if they would get pissed and come after me and try to beat my ass. I would have taken a few punches and a kick to the ribs for just for the irony. But instead I just ended up looking like an ass. Fucking pacifists.
Monday, December 05, 2005
Friday, December 02, 2005
Krabby Meat Produkts
I swung by the grocery store on my way home and made a delightfully stupid purchase: Sugar-Free Red Bull and Frosted Sugar Cookies.
Thank you. I’ll be here all week.
But the guy behind me bought a six pack of MGD and imitation krab meat. Yes, spelt with a k. I think I knew imitation krab meat existed but I’d never actually seen it. And I found the fact it's spelt with a 'k' horrifying.
Here’s the gist of how it’s made:
Imitation crab meat is a seafood product made by blending processed fish, known as surimi, with various texturizing ingredients, flavorants, and colorants. First invented in the mid-1970s, imitation crab meat has become a popular food in the United States, with annual sales of over $250 million. Surimi is the primary ingredient used to create imitation crab meat. It is mostly composed of fish myofibrillar proteins. These proteins are responsible for the quintessential characteristic of surimi that makes imitation crab meat manufacture possible, namely the ability to form a sturdy gel. The gel can be shaped and cut into thin strips which, when rolled together, mimic the texture of real crab meat.
I tells ya I gots a cravin’ for some myofibrillar fish proteins!