huge rubythroat push - 2017-09-28
nutriberry frenzy - 2017-09-26
people are going to be called upon to choose where they stand, i feel it coming very soon - 2017-09-23
as the world ends, I collect all the hummingbirds to this yard... - 2017-09-20
this guy, though, you know how they are all red and flashy until you get the camera out and then they turn their jewels black so you can't photo them? - 2017-09-17
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granny smith green drinks in, grasshopper green drinks out
2003-03-21 - 9:44 a.m.
Thursday was a lazy day. D. and I watched
two DVDs, Blood Work and Cast Away. Although it's a
popular theme, I have to ask myself if there has ever been a criminal
mastermind in the history of the world who actually desired
a so-called worthy foe. If I was a criminal mastermind, I would look
for weaknesses to be exploited and leave the worthy foes to the poor
fools who didn't have enough to do.
We had dinner at 124, where I sampled an apple martini since this drink
seems to be so popular around the internet. The one I had was called
Apple Jolly Rancher, and it had the eponymous candy as well as a
slice of a Granny Smith apple in it. Really much too sweet for me,
to be honest. I had a terrific grilled shrimp with some sort of
pecan-crusted grits tower. I thought they were calling grits polenta
now, but the 124 menu just called it grits. Either way, it
was delicious. I wore the crocodile low rider pants.
We walked on the lakefront afterwards. The wind was whipping up, and
it was pleasantly cool. At first, it was cloudy, and we could only see
a couple of planets, but after a few minutes, the wind blew away
and we could see actual stars. D. thought the Pleiades is
the Little Dipper. A lot of people
do. Most people would no longer be able to find North on a clear
night, because most people no longer recognize the Dippers and hence
wouldn't be able to find the Pole Star.
Hummingbird Report: As I write on Friday morning, two male R-Ts were disputing possession of the near feeder.
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