Probably the Best Movie Description of All Time
“There are seven days in every week, but…
TUESDAY NEVER COMES.
Empires are built on the streets, upon the backs of dope dealers and small-time hoodlums. Amidst the stench-soaked garbage and crack-heads walk men who fancy themselves as kings. From the desperation grows a drug empire, a syndicate. Capitalism, as a weapon. A weapon to be used against any and all who stand in the way of the bottom line.
TUESDAY NEVER COMES is an insider’s look into the life of drug czar, Mecilli (Erik Estrada). He lives the high life, stepping on the backs of his drones with their crack-soaked brains. We follow Mecelli slide down the ladder of success into the depths of decadence. We see the intricate web of deceit and crime he built. His web reaches across continents, across the lines of decency and kindness. From his perch high above the city, he pulls the strings on his puppets. We follow the F.B.I., as one secret agent, Druillet (Lawrence Hilton Jacobs) tracks down Mecelli. He finds a secret connection to an assassin, Zacharias McCormick (Jason Holt) with ties to the I.R.A. Zacharias kidnaps Mecelli’s girl (Karen Black) and becomes addicted to her sex and her drugs, setting up a brutal clash of wills between the assassin and the gangster.
TUESDAY NEVER COMES is an action-adventure of the classic type. Double dealing and double crosses, crack pipes and crackpots, all converge, as the back-stabbing and carnage build to a spectacular climactic surprise ending. In a world of deceit, murder is the only way out.” [sic]
Description for Tuesday Never Comes
“You can upload one audio file each day. MP3s only. 10 MB maximum.”
Thanks a lot, assholes!
Well here’s one demo (from the toilet bowl) of my most recent music.
— Hannah Arendt, The Origins of Totalitarianism
Scientific studies (conducted by me) prove that most cases of depression, anxiety, fatigue, and boredom are caused by lack of hydration.
Today, after not drinking water all morning I indulged in the sweet nectar pouring forth from the water fountain at my office. I felt like a wilted flower being brought back to life.
The moral of the story is STAY HYDRATED, FOLKS.
Wow, looks like they did a great job targeting dog lovers
|Lady on Train:||hey you're not allowed on here! There's no room!!!|
|*pushes me with her arm in an attempt to keep me on the platform and off the train*|
|Me:||there's some room. I'm small.|
|*proceed to push my way onto the train*|
|Lady on train:||Oh is that a kitty in that bag!|
|Other lady on train:||Yeah.|
|Lady on train:||I have two kitties.|
Dumb Phones are Great!
Last week, the Google Droid that Ava gave me started getting stuck in a loop on the startup screen, the screen where you see the weird freaky eyeball thing as a representation that the system is starting up. Anyway, it would go in this loop and overheat, so I figured it was time for a new phone.
I walked around the store, trying to decide between Droids, IPhones, HTCs, and other smart phones.
I finally found the oasis of “basic phones.” You know, those ancient flip phones that don’t contain luscious user interfaces or wild and crazy apps. The phones your grandma might use to call you. Or maybe this is the kind of phone parents are giving their kids these days as a “starter phone.” “Don’t drop it, asswipe!” heh heh.
Anyway, the Samsung flip phone I got was basically free (w/ mail-in rebate and signing another godawful 2 year contract).
This phone is awesome! It’s small, durable, and I don’t use it compulsively whenever there’s a lull of inactivity in my life!
Yeah, I’m actually finding that during all these empty spaces of my existence, I can actually reflect on things, read a little bit, or even do some dishes!
The only drawback is that I can’t check my work email 24/7…guess I’ll have to live w/ out that!
The Fountain by Darren Aronofsky is really BAD
Is it possible that BLACK SWAN is anything but an overblown, boring shitfest?
Recipe For Baba Ganoush
3 or 4 tablespoons of tahini sauce
2 lemons worth of lemon juice
A big pour of olive oil (five seconds or so)
2 or 3 cloves of minced garlic
- Pre-heat oven to anywhere above 350
- Turn on two stove burners (if you use a GAS STOVE)
- Place an eggplant each burner and let it cook for 5 - 7 minutes, turning over at the half-way point. Skip this step if you don’t have a gas burner or grill of any sort.
- While eggplants are on stove, dump the tahini, lemon juice, olive oil, and garlic in a bowl or food processor. HINT: cut lemon and half and twist around a fork inside the lemon pulp with while squeezing the lemon to extract juice easily.
- Remove eggplants from stove and place on an ungreased baking pan. Sprinkle some olive oil on the eggplants for good luck.
- Puncture eggplants with a fork. Place the eggplants in the oven and let cook for 35-40 minutes. Cook for 45 minutes if you didn’t put them on the stove originally.
- Remove eggplants from the oven, cut eggplant near the stem so that it cools more quickly.
- After eggplants have sufficiently cooled, peal the skin. It’s okay if there’s still a little skin on the eggplant, it won’t kill you.
- Put eggplant pulp in bowl or food processor with the other ingredients. It’s slimy!
- If you have a food processor, press the “ON” switch and let it zoom away. If you are doing this manually, I suggest using a potato masher.
- Serve with PITA BREAD and any other toppings/accessories. I’ve found that baba ganoush with spinach and tomatoes in a pita wrap tastes great.
FYI — feel free to dump some salt and pepper in there if you want. I’ve also mixed a tomato into the baba ganoush itself and it’s pretty tasty.