Is it normal?
It’s got a lot of obvious fakes, but sometimes there’s something you always wondered about, or something you wish nobody ever wondered about.
Most of it is kids trying to figure out stuff, not exactly reading for this audience, it’s just nice to see a site like this.
I just heard the best recording of this song, ever.
Of course I’m biased.
My phone got tossed in the drink, luckily I got a replacement within a week. As for the photos, I really want that soup. I took photos of the entire recipe.
I went to make myself some Ramen noodles. Not just any ramen noodles but ramen noodles that I broke an egg over while I was cooking them. My mother told me that it was a tasty way she got protein with her sodium, back in college. It’s easy too.
I went looking for the Official Ramen Homepage but found a better Official Ramen Homepage instead, complete with it’s own Quick Egg Ramen. The other day I threw an egg in with a Cup Noodles and while I had to watch out for overflowing it seemed to work well too.
These guy’s are always fun. “The next time you are in the mood for a long lunch, cook yourself some instant Ramen, the longest lunch!” And how.
That’s all for now folks. Check back later when I post entries I started almost 1 month ago! Actually they were some pretty interesting stuff, makes me wish I had finished them back then.
A long long time ago in a house about 2 blocks away My friend Chris and I were playing a fun little game called Starship Titanic. It boasted wonderful features such as the ability to verbally abuse the robots running around the doomed spaceship by typing to them.
(You could look in the game files and find the word list of words that the robots really didn’t want to hear.)
It was really simple, it didn’t even catch permutations of words. But it was the first game to have the characters respond to you “in context” and it had wonderful “wav” sound. It was basically a puzzle game.
There was a computer terminal in the game where you had to ask it questions to get some door open in a library. It also could play 20 questions.
We both had the game, my friend Chris found it first.
“I found something, in the library, the computer terminal. It learns!”
“This game it learns, it’s going to take over the world.”
Yea well technology has come a long way. So has that burger king King, I don’t know what’s up with him.
Jackie Chan‘s movie Who am I? is one of Jackie’s best. Now mind you.. he makes bad movies, but they’re a lot of fun. I’d pick this one way over something like The Medallion or The Tuxedo.
The best part (Jason just pointed this one out.) is that a “Dr. A. Peper” from Rotterdam is given thanks in the credits. I think he’s the mayor or something.
I could have cracked up for hours over that.
Dr. Pepper should not be confused with Dr. A Peper. While one is a nice “tart” drink, the other is a man I know nothing about. Please don’t try drinking the man or expect the drink to run the city of Rotterdam.