Well, President Bush the elder has been a voice of antinutrition ever since he declared his dislike of broccoli. It's not only broccoli, but we are also talking about brussels sprouts, alfalfa and cabbage and anything that does not have a good smell. Is that why some of your recipes call for canned vegetables? As far as nutrition is concerned, canned or frozen vegetables have more nutrition than fresh vegetables. It's added from the companies, the manufacturer.The nutritional value added by the manufacturer? Ok, would we be referring to the chemically synthesized vitamins, the preservatives, the sodium, or the water added by the freezing process? Maybe he was talking about all those extra minerals and metals that get leeched into the fluid that canned vegetables are stored in. -"Mmm, tell me Barbara, do you think its the tin I taste that is making these string beans so delightful?" -"I don't know, how about we ask Prince Bandar of Saudi Arabia, our frequent dinner guest, how he feels about this lovely meal..." -"Hm. What? oil." Right. Anyway, at least i can rest assured that I'm eating better than our former president. That's satisfying. That he's a more viable candidate for cardiac arrest, maybe. Woof. This political stuff is making me a little nauseous. I think i'm gonna have to go eat some nurtritionless fresh vegetables or something. LIES LIES LIES.|W|P|113077400227872054|W|P|Nutritional Value and the Men You can't trust|W|P|
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But I'm losing my edge to better-looking people with better ideas and more talent... And they're actually really, really nice.That, and the fact that he mentions having given Captian Beefheart career advice. Now, who the fuck gives Captian Beefheart a shoutout? 2. Divine Comedy: Perfect Lovesong. Divine Comedy's sort of a great band (or a dude, really...this one dude)With a very flashy website. In this one, he talks about making that perfect lovesong, "With a divine Beatles bassline And a big old Beach Boys sound." And thats just precious. 3. R.E.M.: It's The End of the World As we Know it (and I feel fine) It's one of those songs that everyone sort of knows about 3 lines of, and they get to that part "
Six o'clock - TV hour. Don't get caught in foreign tower. Slash and burn,return, listen to yourself churn. Lock him in uniform and book burning,blood letting. Every motive escalate, blah nah, nah, nah..step down, step down..blah di blahand then you just trail off. I've only now, in fact, found out what the actual words were. It doesnt really matter, you can sort of make up your own. 4. Bishop Allen: Eve of Destuction. Another ranty-sort of long song, Almost a re-hash of the REM tune above. There's this one really great line in it about "when yor hand in mine becomes dust in dust," which i think just sounds sort of sweet... 5. Saturday Looks Good to Me: The Girl's Distracted. So he talks about the Raincoats. Okee.|W|P|112981977478900787|W|P|Songs|W|P|
Max, don't you listen to Bright Eyes and Pavement, you thrift shopping, art-degree holding young white liberal?This is true, yes. This is true. But I could never live up to the scene. It's hair is too punk, its skin too decorated, its members too attractive and well-informed. Fie, fie on this club I will never be a part of. It's just a rant, and just a confession, that saturday night was, at points, like being back in the third grade, like being the biggest dork in school again. Just goes to show how much i've (not) learned.|W|P|112975433651124778|W|P|Yes that's Right, one day I too will be a privileged member of this mac universe|W|P|