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I'm never on, anymore.  I should change that.  Yeah, this is technically just a rant journal, but it's not like I have nothing to rant about. 

Mar. 21st, 2010

I think I may be in love.
Well, I've done it. I've finally entered a bit of my real life into the Internets kinkmachine. Why, you may ask? This is why. Some of those prizes...fuck yes.

All the answers on my bumper sticker post made me insanely happy.  Good to know I'm not crazy for finding it stupid.  This comment made my day, though.  Everything that bothered me about that sticker, in one little comment.  On the other hand, I don't mind "You pray, I'll play" all that much.  Wouldn't put it on my car, but meh.
In good news, no more weed-sodden roommate!
*Wants to do Roger Ebert for his review of Expelled*

Mayo Clinic Iced Tea

Ingredients
6 cups water
12 blackberry herbal tea bags
8 3-inch-long cinnamon sticks
1 tablespoon minced fresh ginger
1 cup unsweetened cranberry juice
Sugar substitute, to taste
Ice cubes, crushed



Directions
In a large saucepan, heat water to just before boiling. Add tea bags, 2 of the cinnamon sticks and ginger. Remove from heat, cover and let steep for about 15 minutes.

Pass the mixture through a fine-mesh sieve, placed over a pitcher. Add the juice and sweetener to taste. Refrigerate until very cold.

To serve, fill 6 tall, chilled glasses with crushed ice. Pour the tea over the top of the ice and garnish with cinnamon sticks. Serve immediately.
Christianity isn't a religion, it's a political movement, and not a very healthy one at that.