Friday, September 30, 2005

Future Aspirations

HengzhiZhong (9:30:53 PM): i am not that perverted
FrknCrzyAzn (9:31:38 PM): yeah you are
FrknCrzyAzn (9:31:40 PM): don't lie :P
FrknCrzyAzn (9:31:49 PM): speaking of which
FrknCrzyAzn (9:31:58 PM): I saw my future, today
FrknCrzyAzn (9:32:03 PM): so one of my coworkers
FrknCrzyAzn (9:32:05 PM): he's pretty old
FrknCrzyAzn (9:32:15 PM): and like they moved him down to a different area
FrknCrzyAzn (9:32:19 PM): and I was visiting him
FrknCrzyAzn (9:32:24 PM): and a hot girl walked by
FrknCrzyAzn (9:32:31 PM): and he had a devilish grin on his face
FrknCrzyAzn (9:32:41 PM): and he was like "yeah I like my spot... nice view."
FrknCrzyAzn (9:32:48 PM): holy crap that is so going to be me
FrknCrzyAzn (9:32:55 PM): cept hopefully I'll have an office and stuff.
HengzhiZhong (9:33:22 PM): you don't need to become that OLD to see that future
HengzhiZhong (9:33:29 PM): just give a few years
HengzhiZhong (9:33:32 PM): 5 at most
FrknCrzyAzn (9:36:05 PM): ehehehe
FrknCrzyAzn (9:36:07 PM): but yeah
FrknCrzyAzn (9:36:10 PM): that'll be me
FrknCrzyAzn (9:36:13 PM): but with an office
FrknCrzyAzn (9:36:18 PM): I have ambition :-D
HengzhiZhong (9:37:03 PM): make sure your office gets the view
HengzhiZhong (9:37:18 PM): maybe you should install a HUGE fan or something by the door
FrknCrzyAzn (9:38:45 PM): dude
FrknCrzyAzn (9:38:47 PM): GENIUS
HengzhiZhong (9:39:02 PM): *sighs
HengzhiZhong (9:39:09 PM): you are not very bright, are you
HengzhiZhong (9:39:21 PM): what do you need an office for, if you can't get a HUGE ass fan
FrknCrzyAzn (9:40:17 PM): indeed

Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Asian BBQ Chicken Skewers

Topic: Recipe
Cuisine: Chinese

Quick. Easy.

Chicken Thighs cut into strips
Chinese BBQ (Sa Ca) Sauce

Hoisin Sauce

Marinate Chicken thighs in a 2:1 ratio of the Hoisin Sauce and Sa Ca sauce. There's no need for pre-mixing. Just eyeball some spoonfuls of Hoisin Sauce to the degree where you think all the chicken thighs would be just covered, then spoon in half the amount of sa ca sauce.

Let marinate for at least 2 hours.

Skewer and grill.

I didn't really have a good picture of the chicken skewers individually but they're the ones... in the middle right.

Saturday, September 24, 2005

Big Trouble

Dude this is the new movie to watch on weekend afternoons on Comedy central.

Tuesday, September 13, 2005

The prettiest jap movie you'll ever see

Yeah Kevin already posted all the things you need to know about FF7: Advent Children.


But yeah Miss Hanna has a point... the fight scenes don't have that much OOMF. Doesn't really feel as if the blows being landed are doing much... cuz obviously everyone's stats have maxed out.

Alright I'll shut up now.

San Francisco and the Sis

Went to visit Carol (the sister) at San Francisco over the weekend and it was a quality weekend. She lives in the Marina(?) *map with arrow pointed at spot* area in San Fran and we biked across the Golden Gate to Sausalito *map* and had ice cream. *pic of blueberry cheesecake ice cream*

Example of me being me: I've been to Sausalito before and all I wanted to do was to have the exact same ice cream at the exact same ice cream place there. Didn't have to do ANYTHING else. And we didn't. We continued on to Tiburon *map*, bummed at a cafe *pic*, and road the ferry back to one of the piers.

*map of route taken*

Ate some decent food.

Met up with Manisha (*think awesome ass windows from pic post*) and had brunch...QUALITY SCONES... took her to Chinatown into butcher shops... (sorry, Manisha) and later cooked for Sis's friends. The friends were cool people.

But yeah got to spend time with the sis whom I don't see very much anymore so it was a pretty awesome time. Though I'm still freaking tired and my week is chock full of stuff... but alas.

Oh yeah kept forgetting to take pictures and I'm really too lazy to grab maps but you can picture it all in your minds.

Friday, September 09, 2005


Topic: Recipe
Cuisine: Mexican

Made with Jim's tomatoes.

2 cups chopped tomatoes
1/2 cup chopped red onion
1 jalapeno pepper... to know if you're buying a hot one give it a smell... you should be able to smell the spiciness.
1 lime
tablespoon balsamic vinegar
1 teaspoon kosher salt. if using regular salt go with a half teaspoon.
1 1/2 teaspoon sugar
1 1/2 teaspoon ground coriander
A small bunch of chopped cilatro leaves.
1 clove garlic.

Mix... let sit for half hour.

Thursday, September 08, 2005

Pic Time

So... I wouldn't mind living here:

, but I live here

I used to live here

and before, here.

But when I think about it... this is STILL FREAKING AWESOME.

Wednesday, September 07, 2005

Damned sequels

I forget if I bitched about sequels lately but I'll bitch again. The Transporter was a pretty sweet movie. The eurotechnoesque hong kong movie with white people was amusing and violent. Obviously someone felt that a sequel was fitting but someone went up and said...


Oh and they were obviously running out of budget towards the end of the movie with the shitty ass plane crash.

There was the everpresent lame ass melodramatic music.

Gah it was bad. Just plain bad. Not even in the so bad it's great sense. GRARG.

Sunday, September 04, 2005

Mussels / Clams / Steamers Appetizer

Topic: Recipe
Cuisine: Continental

Kevin asked and I responded.

1 batch of your mollusks (about a dozen)
1/4 cup white cooking wine
2 cloves chopped garlic
1 tablespoon olive oil.... or butter.

french bread for dipping

clean the mollusks under cold water with old toothbrush / scour thinger

heat a large pan to medium high heat... big enough so that the mussels don't stack... if you don't have one that big just use the widest thing you have that'll hold them all.

saute garlic in the oil a bit then put in the mollusks. pour in wine. cover.

these cook pretty fast so keep an eye on them for when they open. if they're stacked a bit stir them around so that the unopened ones on the bottom can open.

filter the juice if you think it's needed (if there's sand). Take 4 roasted garlic cloves and sautee with the juice. You can thicken this up a bit with some cornstarch or flour.