From the folks that brought you surströmming, a kind of fermented herring, comes something a bit different to entice your palate! When I first heard “cloudberry,” I thought it a playful term for flatulence. Turns out, it’s an indescribable fruit found in northern latitudes. It’s rare, and rather difficult to cultivate as I understand. The… Continue reading Cloudberries
Wedding at the Ritz was very fancy! Balthazar made many lady-friends tonight. # Checking out of the Ritz Carlton. Say goodbye to luxury. # We hit the Philadelphia Aquarium today. Touched sharks, skates, and jellyfish! # Powered by Twitter Tools.
The ray gun is under development by our military research experts in the Pentagon. The device uses a microwave technology to penetrate just beneath the skin and boil it. Probably a bit like a jellyfish or tattoo experience. I could see that as being an effective deterrence, though a Tesla-like charge of taser energy would… Continue reading Military-Strength Exfoliator
Jones Soda, in their infinite wisdom of cuisine, has developed five new sodas for the Thanksgiving holiday. If you haven’t had one, you should. They’re delicious. However, I have not tasted any of the new holiday flavors, especially “Mashed Potatoes and Butter.” I ate buttered popcorn JellyBellies, so surely I can take a little juiced… Continue reading 5 New, Flavor-Filled, Sodas
Amy is working on a photography project for DragonCon 2004. I don’t want to give anything away before the gallery is opened, but I’ve provided some pictures of our costuming efforts on me. I tend to get dressed as a satyr with some frequency, so I’m getting used to it. Satyr – Wikipedia, the free… Continue reading Satyr Costuming