An associate offered up some “No Nitrite” beef pemmican from US Wellness Meats yesterday evening to a couple of us. It was described as “the perfect food.” While I am not prepared to confirm the statement “perfect,” I can probably conclude that it was, in fact, “food.” Pemmican is a Native American food stuff consumed… Continue reading Beef Pemmican
Lessons from Bonnaroo
It’s my first Bonnaroo and indeed, my first multi-day music festival. As such, I can impart some wisdom to others in the same boat. Plan for showers. With 19+ hours of body sweat, festival funk, sunscreen, and bug spray, you better plan for some way to scrape the epidermal toxic layer from your osmotic organ… Continue reading Lessons from Bonnaroo
I must prefix this post with a bit of back story… A reader in Taiwan, Danny Bee, left a comment on an article I wrote (“Emily Yoffe Learns The Secret“). I had first assumed that the comment was spam, though the suspect spam did not follow my preconceived notions of spam. It had no sales… Continue reading Polar Cities
57% Chance of Surviving a Zombie Attack
57% It’s not particularly good, though not all together bad either. I think the quiz is rigged. It never asked me how good I was with knives. Thanks for the meme, Spazz.
Cheating in Halo 2 is now prolific on the XBOX Live service. I’ve been witness to it myself, but have not participated. In general, it doesn’t bother me as much as many of my compadres, but I am annoyed by the after-effects it has. The most prime example of exploit used is the “modem standbye”… Continue reading Darwin’s Cheaters