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Category: games

02/05/11 10:28 - ID#53554 pmobl

Chuckie Cheese

We took zooey to Chuckie Cheese today for her birthday the other day. They have this game called namco game called flammin finger that I am now obsessed with. It looks like I could get the deluxe version on eBay for about $2000. This unlike the watch in the previous entry is Retro in a good way.



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Category: stuff

02/05/11 10:11 - ID#53553 pmobl

Retro or Trash?

I couldn't decide if this watch at JCPenny's was supposed to be 80s Retro or if it was just a cheap crappy watch.

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Category: food

02/04/11 03:07 - ID#53545 pmobl

$18 worth of shrooms

You know times are changing for you when you find yourself paying $18 for shrooms and they are the marzipan variety.

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Category: food

02/04/11 12:45 - ID#53541 pmobl

Jess is in town - time for Pano's

(e:hodown) just arrived in town tonight. After the airport, we headed down to pianos for dinner. I swear it keeps getting fancier. I got the Lamb which had a nice marrow bone. I found myself craving marrow a lot recently - wonder what that's about

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02/04/11 12:41 - ID#53540 pmobl

Plows Suck

The annoying fucking church next store hired a plow to plow "their driveway" and lawn. I doubt its legal to drive a truck a half a block down the sidewalk or to plow the lawn.

When he left, he left a two foot high wall of snow across the street. I imagine thats not allowed either. He ended up plowing in the poor girl parked across the road who had to shovel herself out the next morning. They also throw a ton of snow on our driveway when they do this. I spend like two hours shoveling it all back onto their side by hand.

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Category: orange tongue

02/01/11 06:43 - ID#53532

My geographic tongue doesn't have AIDS

The other day part of my tongue decided to attack itself again. The doctor had said it looked like geographic tongue when I went a couple months back.

Of course its just another disease with no known cause or cure and yet another form of my body attacking itself like the crohns. Interestingly, I read this specific condition could be a vitamin deficiency caused by the crohn's. It's weird because I haven't really had any crohn's symptoms since my appendix came out like three years ago.

This week it hurt a bunch so I went to the doctor again today. Before I left, I looked it up online and found a great article about geographic tongue. Then I scrolled to the top and saw it was a freakin AIDS information site!!!

This of course made me totally paranoid. Luckily, it just happened that today was also free instant AIDS testing downtown. Really, there is no reason for me to have AIDS but I figured better know for sure as the last time I was tested was 1999 and there were some sketchy years in the early 2000s.

It came back negative but I am still concerned for my tongue's future although peroxide and tongue scraper seems to be helping.

The whole thing really blows my mind because I could not possibly eat healthier food. I blame it on flossing. I never had trouble before I started flossing every day as the dentist suggested.

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Category: food

01/30/11 09:42 - 19.ºF - ID#53520 pmobl

Where clam meets beef and egg

I am obsessed with veggie, meet, and noodle bowls now. I have been eating them everyday. Small portions of each thing but lots of flavors. This one had some beef slices, four clams, an egg, Swiss Chard, peas, and carrots in a lemongrass broth.

The nice part is that it only tale like 5 minutes to make too and the noodles are cheap when you buy them in a big package.

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Category: nature

01/30/11 09:28 - 19.ºF - ID#53518 pmobl

Buffalo Botanical Gardens

I love going to the buffalo botanical gardens on a sunny winter day. Its so nice to feel the rays on your face in the Cactus room and the humidity in the rest of it.

I signed up for another membership last time. I gotta get back soon because the ponderosa lemon tree is starting to blume. I think that might be my favorite smell in the world.

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Category: food

01/30/11 09:15 - ID#53517 pmobl

Ortiz Tuna at Wegman's

For some reason our Wegmans on Amherst St in the city went from having Ortiz brand tuna in two separate areas to not having it at all.

Luckily, my new favorite Wegmans in West Seneca had it in all three varieties. I love the one in the glass jar so much.

The one in the box is actually the tastiest but I am convinced that its extra delicious fattiness makes it higher in mercury content. Not that I am too worried about that after my mercury test turned up nothing crazy.

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Category: food

01/29/11 05:00 - 25.ºF - ID#53512 pmobl

Cleaning out the kitchen

Cleaning of the kitchen I threw out anything I hadn't used in a year, anything I had a better version of, and any food that expired.

Six garbage bags later I feel much better about the state of the kitchen. We were borderline girders with all the crap that was stacking up.

Emptying the jello boxes for recycling I noticed sugar free jello is practically an empty box. Why don't they adjust the box size for that.

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(e:tinypliny). I have both a food processor and wand blender that ate slated for trash. Want either of them? There are also two forms of popcorn Popper if anyone is interested.

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