August 12th, 2001


In which my genius is cruelly unappreciated yet again.

I'm sure that by now you have all heard of pre-sliced peanut butter.

This leads me naturally to the inevitable next step in human development: spreadable bread.

With this, you could make an inside-out peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Muahahahaha!

Ralph Melton, Super-Genius. I like the sound of that.

I wonder how one goes about preparing oneself for a position as a Mad Food Scientist.

In other news of human development, we have spotted purple ketchup accompanying the green ketchup in our local supermarket.
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The Rain It Raineth Everyday

It is raining now. A reasonably steady, reasonably pleasant rain. Looks like it might last for a few hours, according to the weather map.

I think I care less about receiving the grill or digging out the drain today than I had planned to.

Sunday Dinner, August 12

Dinner was low-key:
Margarita Chicken Pasta Salad (without tequila, unfortunately)

For dessert, Lori tried a brownie experiment for the Pillsbury Bakeoff. There's a good idea there, but it isn't yet a prizewinner.

For entertainment, we played Munchkin. Eli won because we spent all our juice stopping Deanna.

I'm feeling tired and a bit cranky; I think Lori is too.
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