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Crushing them into dust! Jul. 14th, 2013 @ 10:45 am
Sunday morning has me up and looking at my empty coffee cup with a sad face.
Damn you month and a half old broken coffee bean grinder! Why!!
When desperate times have you with a broken coffee bean grinder and half a bag of beans, you CAN use your mortar and pestle to effectively grind up your beans.
If you are sleepily stiring around some whole beans in the little mortar,I recommend pushing the head of the pestle down on the bean, crushing them apart, so you can later grind them into the level you need.

Just another intense day of being John Malkovich! Jun. 9th, 2013 @ 08:27 pm
John Malkovich helps save man's life as he tumbled to the ground he slashed his throat on some scaffolding.

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sandwich art Mar. 9th, 2013 @ 12:52 am
I had an incredibly fun day today! It might be the rejuvenating effects of the oxygen bar I was hooked into earlier, but now it seems I can't sleep. Which leads me to where I am now.

Watching a video with lots of pan flute, all about uniquely designed sandwiches

Let's just contradict the text and change everything! Feb. 8th, 2013 @ 11:33 pm

"A new edition of "Anne of Green Gables" depicts the notoriously youthful and ruddy-headed heroine as a curvaceous blond teen, sparking a fierce backlash from scholars and casual readers alike."

Read more: http://atlantic.ctvnews.ca/don-t-mess-with-anne-canadians-angry-at-heroine-s-makeover-1.1146800#ixzz2KNtfzWse

Being a redhead isn't sexy? Being eleven and a busty blond is?
Yes, that's the ticket...

Invisibility cloak! Dec. 12th, 2012 @ 11:48 pm
"Maple Ridge-based HyperStealth Biotechnology Corp. has claimed to have developed a fabric that creates an illusion of invisibility by bending light around a person or object."-Cara McKenna


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Eating a late night salad in front of my laptop lead me to artist Dirk Hagner's vegetable and fruit papyrus series. As the artist explains:
"The delicate structures of the dried vegetables, their translucency and the airy textures of a variety of breads of the world are compelling."


Rice on persimmons
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Cirque du Solelil’s Amaluna was amazing! Lara Jacobs Rigolo was performance utilizing the power of balance and levers was mind blowing. Going to see it with my old friend Ray and his new girlfriend as they glowed beside me in love, made it even better.
What a wonderful night!
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There is a thoroughly entrancing sound in my world now. A soothing low rumble of white noise, like the distant sound of water rapids, or distant stormy surf on a beach.
The owners went for the new energy efficient furnace instead of the $600 repair to the ancient relic that used to sprawl over most of my laundry room. There is also the muffled resonance from the future of my bills becoming lower. They could only go down really...

My old friend left the city this morning.
In a demonstration of our sophisticated class and splendor, he sent me a picture where we are playing with our food at a sushi restaurant. He is reanimating the shrimp head on his pinky. It was so good to see him!
In my celebrating multiple days of Halloween, I was able to bring him out to a post Halloween party to meet a good handful of my friends out here too. It was a good night. In keeping in line with good things, Obama has won too!
Overall so much win I'm getting lulled into a happy sleep!
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This first evening back from the island was enjoyed on the SFU mountain, watching the lightning crackle through the sky, and the warm summer rain fall. We watched the storm start through the window, from inside the Vietnamese restaurant. On the drive home, it was coming down in sheets and the sky was flashing into beautifully wrong daylight every few minutes. It was decided then there was no way we were now going only home.
It's been a really beautiful night.
That rain has this fantastic smell, and is a perfect sound to open your window and fall asleep to.
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