My current culinary obsession: toum.
I definitely have b(r)east cancer.
I can’t see anything here that I disagree with. I think you are right. And, I totally agree that mainstream majority groups have less of a need for armed self-defense.
I still want to know who actually drew the dicks.
This is a very incomplete understanding of history. If you are genuinely interested in this topic, I’d recommend the following book:
Counterpoint: an educated, trained, citizenry actually can be effective to counter oppression:
Yes... but... the “how much you burn” is related to hormonal regulation. And, the “how much you consume”—fight it as you might—is also related to your appetite which is—you guessed it—related to hormonal regulation. Hormonal regulation, in turn, is affected by diet.
Except...I am a huge fan of maple (or érable for my Quebecois frères) ice cream. Maple ice cream is everywhere and it is glorious.
Does “stealth” mean something differently than it did yesterday when I was snacking on a delicious bag of Funyuns (TM).
The breadbasket? I’d settle for the solar plexus or even the “midsection” or any other anatomical spot that I learned from Gorilla Monsoon.
I think I caught them at the pop-up Pop Tart restaurant...
Not even Campbell’s Tomato with a grilled cheese sandwich?
I’ve always wanted a real Pigs in Space movie. Not that Muppets in Space crap with Hulk Hogan. A real, hard sci-fi Pigs in Space movie. Is that too much to ask?
I feeeeeeel okay with that.
I find AOS maudlin and boring and the vocals sound like a wounded cat (and not in a good way). By “classic albums,” I assume you mean the albums that I continue to listen to years later? Probably the first four New Pornographers albums (and I realize that Challengers was divisive but I love it). Everything by…
I have never understood the love for this album. I just don’t get it. It’s like nails on the chalkboard for me. But I get that taste is subjective.
I’m going to disagree with you on both points.
Would a drinkfinite number of monkeys on a drinkfinite number of typewriters recreate the works of William Drinkspeare?
I love water enhancers. When I was a kid, we called it “Kool Aid (TM),” even though my parents bought the off brand variety.