atomic_fungus (atomic_fungus) wrote,
atomic_fungus
atomic_fungus

#3567: Irrelevant! I was too tired!

Didn't get to sleep until entirely too late last night, and ended up crowbarring myself out of bed in order to get to church at 8:30--choir! Whee! So it really doesn't matter that the Fiero wasn't ready for Fierorama: I didn't end up going.

...rode the motorcycle, and it was a bit chilly to boot. After church, I rode the bike around town a little bit, but it was still below 70 and I was too cold, so I parked the bike and got on WoW for a couple of hours. After noon, naptime, until Lemonzen arrived around 6 PM...with Critter.

Critter is one of her two cats, and we thought it would be a good idea for our cats to get to know each other. So now I'm blogging and listening to IttyBit and Critter serenade each other. *rolleyes*

I also rode the motorcycle over to the Chinese place for dinner. The front tire went mostly flat in the six or so hours that I'd been sleeping, so I had to pump it up again.

At least it's consistent!

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News flash: so-called "organic" food isn't any better for you than the "non-organic" food. Yeah, who could possibly have predicted that?

Other than me?
Stanford University concluded, after examining four decades of research, that fruits and vegetables labeled organic are, on average, no more nutritious than their cheaper conventional counterparts. The study also found that organic meats offered no obvious health advantages. And it found that organic food was not less likely to be contaminated by dangerous bacteria like E.coli.
(Incidentally, guys, when you use the Latin name of an organism it should be italicized. I fixed it for you.)

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Those mean and nasty conservatives, covering stories that make liberals look bad! How dare they?

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Haven't got anything else that bears discussion right now, so here's another home-brewed Garfield Without Garfield:

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