Who wants some vitriol? Free samples here. How 'bout a little vitriol? Excuse me, can i have a side of vitriol? Its vitriol time. More vitriol, less filling. Come get some... vitriol. Gotta get me some vitriol. Mmm... vitriol. Your first Vitriol is free.

Tuesday, April 26, 2005

Hire me!

I'm casting out the nets to see if anyone has any leads on any programming jobs. My last company had to lay me off recently, so I'm looking for the next source of my bacon. If you have any leads email me back (josh -at- eds -dot- org), preferably with a hint of what sort of technology is used (java? asp? jsp? c? perl?) and i'll send you my resume.

Thanks!!

-josh

Friday, April 15, 2005

i love the poultry internet

Hooray for robot internet chicken human interaction!


Thursday, April 14, 2005

carl lewis sings!

from salon.com




In 1987, nine-time Olympic gold medalist Carl Lewis launched a brief and ill-fated career as a musician with the single "Break It Up," recorded with his band, Carl Lewis and the Electric Storm. The song is garden variety '80s pop, but the video, which Lewis has posted on his official Web site, is something else entirely. It begins in pure silliness, with Lewis, looking like a stacked Grace Jones, singing while working out in a gym. Later, as he sets to work seducing a portly, elderly woman in a hot tub, it becomes deeply strange. A treat.

Thursday, April 07, 2005

mcnipple



Friday, April 01, 2005

A Letter to my Austrian Father

It just makes me irate that this is the first result on google for "Goulash Recipe"

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Hans- you gave me what sounds like a nice recipe for goulash, but i think you might have a couple details wrong. i dont see elbow macroni or campbells tomatoe soup in your recipe, and whats with all that paprika, majoram and carroway anyhow?!? crazy!!

here is the recipe i found on "The Internets" ... and we all know if its on the internets it must be true!!


Goulash


1 lb lean ground beef
4 cloves garlic
1 large yellow onion or white onion, minced
1/2 lb elbow macaroni
3 cans campbell's tomato soup
1/2 teaspoon salt (or to taste)
1/4 teaspoon pepper (or to taste)


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now i will attempt to google wack a bit:

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