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No love for Harvey

I don't get the lack of love for the Harvey nickname. It's not just for pink rabbits, you know. I have to work on the assumption that people just don't get why it is such a good nickname for all things internal. feh.

Chemosabie is clever, but too many syllables for me.

Zero should be done with his PET scan by now. That would be a Positron Emission Tomography. Yes kids, that's positron as in anti-matter. So, Zero is being shot-up full of sugar-laced anti-matter. And by shot-up, I mean he has to get an IV of dye until he is peeing antimatter.

There does not appear to be a turkey in my Thanksgiving future. That sucks balls. I was going to buy one this week, but that didn't work out, so now I think that I may buy myself a turkey right after Thanksgiving and just cook it myself. My family isn't doing much for Thanksgiving (mom is going gambling) and Ninsi's family, well, I'll stay off that topic.

Now, everyone donate your pennies to me so I can go to this conference: Einstein's Legacy.

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In defense of my family. Mom's bought a ham, and a turkey breast for Thanksgiving. There will be about 10 of us at Thanksgiving dinner (which is usually around 1 or 2 pm - note that my family defines dinner as such: The chief meal of the day, eaten in the evening or at midday. Not to be confused with supper: A light evening meal when dinner is taken at midday. or A light meal eaten before going to bed.)
So my family used to buy a turkey and a ham every year, and we noticed that the ham gets eaten while the turkey doesn't. So one year my mom bought a turkey breast only, and a ham. And it turned out much better. Since then, that has been the tradition, because really, why buy a whole tukey when most of it goes to waste.


Because its thanksgiving. And having left over turkey is the point.mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm... turkey

if you rush to the fort worth science museum [wifebot and i took the kid there two weekends in a row for reasons i'll not expound upon here] you can get your very own Albert Einstein Action Figure at the gift shop.

They also had a Ben Franklin Action Figure, replete with kite and key, but for some reason, the Einstein really appealed to me, but only to the extent that if i could have convinced the wife to buy it for me, i'd have been glad to have it, but i couldn't muster up the chutzpah to actually indulge myself.

I think i might have waffled over Einstein this weekend. The shame...


turkey never goes to waste if you make soup from the carcass.

Or if you have cats.



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