I had some rather deep red cayenne that I confused with paprika a few weeks ago. That was fun.
— tsingi, IRC
“Studying Calculus and Physics makes me want to believe in god. I keep learning things that are so beautiful in their profound simplicity… it’s like someone left Easter Eggs all over the Universe just for me to discover and delight in.”
— Arienna Lee
I know I’ve asked this online before, but is Tourette Syndrome an occupational hazard of being a programmer? I swear, it’s things like this that are going to cause me to develop it. I’ve just been through one of the more frustrating exercises, debugging database calls that look just fine.
(after laying out a new table of organization on the whiteboard…)
Manager 1: “We’ll call this group the ‘Application Security Services Penetration Engineers’…”
*writes name on the whiteboard*
Manager 2: “ASS Penetration Engineers?”
Manager 1: “Uh, yeah. Forget I said that. I’d better go change the documentation now.”
Is Tourette Syndrome an occupational hazard of programmers? Because I’m afraid this codebase is giving it to me. WTF?! FFS! FMH! (On that note, I’ll be starting a blog at http://www.onesharedlanguage.com/ for the sorts of things that made me consider this relationship.)
Ideally this recipe would use grass-fed meat. I’m working on it. The meat I used (both beef and the sausage) was lean enough I had to add olive oil to keep things from getting unpleasant, so if we don’t look too carefully we should be okay. It’s my birthday later …
Yes, this is only the second article I’ve written on primal hot chocolate. It’s my third try at a primal replacement for hot chocolate (the second wasn’t a noodle incident, but wasn’t such an improvement I felt compelled to write about it). This is the best result I’ve gotten yet. …
Since my kids were born, my parents come over to my place for Christmas. After we moved closer to them, we’ve split the hosting duties — morning (with the tree and presents, and breakfast) at my place, then we all go to their place for dinner. Because we’re having a …
So, I decided to take a run at primal egg nog. It turned out to be really simple, though thanks to a verbal stumble I think it will be referred to around my house as “OG Nog” (note: guttural pronunciation is key; feel free to bellow) from now on. Pictures …
I have never been a huge fan of hot chocolate, but from time to time it is nice. Many of the ingredients normally in hot chocolate are, however, not allowed. This is my second try at primal-friendly hot chocolate.