Probably Japan. I think its fascinating.
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I work in an electronics store, and pretty much everyone who comes in to buy a laptop makes it known to me that they dont like windows 8, and some even suggest that they will only buy the laptop if I can put 7 or vista on to it for them. Naturally I refuse, because fuck that, but Brad is not alone in his hatred for windows 8.
Personally, I don't really care. Ill use 7 as long as I am able.
Cow heart. For some insane reason the teacher decided to leave the room for around fifteen minutes. When she came back the cow hearts had been used as soggy missiles in the battle of the ages. Lots of disgusting heart juice splattered up the walls. One heart had hit a classmate in the face and his nose started bleeding. In the end there was no way of telling cow's blood from human.
Music is entirely subjective, and also by its nature, progressive. Comparing musical styles over decades is, in my opinion, kind of pointless.
What I would say though, is I get a very similar feeling when listening to Uncle Johns Band by The Grateful Dead and A New Error by Moderat. I think it's because to me, these are songs/tunes that transport me to a different place. That's what music is all about for me. Music is life's soundtrack, after all.
Here they are, just to jive to:
Nissin Noodles. I don't eat ramen because I have to. I eat it because I have a craving, and when I crave ramen noodles, I want the OG.
It's a bit of a comfort food to me. When I first spent an extended time in Hong Kong, it's the only food that felt familiar to my ten year old mind.
When I do make them, I boil water and toss in the brick. I constantly try to loosen the noodles, and once they start to loosen, I take them off the stove. The noodles are then rinsed until the water runs clear and then are put in a bowl.
Water is added back to the pot. Then the seasoning, then the sesame oil. I cut some fresh chives up. If I have leftover meat from somewhere, it goes in the pot. Depending on what vegetables I have, I may toss in a leafy green, or perhaps corn, or mushrooms, or a combination. I may drop an egg in there. Then the noodles go back in and the little bits that broke off the brick get dumped in as well.
It's probably one of my favorite ways of consuming a pork or beef roast. Especially the later; I cook my beef roasts to rare and reheating them makes it... not so good. Sliced paper thin, the cuts of beef roast get placed on top of the noodles right before serving.
So many good ideas for my future noodling.