Friday, October 31, 2008
From the maker of Bacon Salt now comes their newest bacon-esque product: BACONNAISE!.
Put it on your sandwich, on your toast, in your shoes, on your grandma, EVERYTHING WILL TASTE LIKE BACON AND MAYONAISE, YAY!
Thursday, October 30, 2008
After five faithful months of service, NASA scientists have started the shutting down process of our intrepid little robotic observer, the Phoenix Lander. Originally scheduled to only operate for 90 days, the Phoenix Lander has impressed us with its tenacity and wowed the world over with newly discovered information about the Red Planet. Sadly, the northern hemisphere which the Lander resides will soon fall into a cold harsh winter, blanketing everything with CO2 ice, rendering the Lander incapable of operation. A "Lazarus Mode" built within the Lander will occasionally waken our robot scientist for the next few weeks for short bursts of data analysis and output, but the Lander has done its job and it outperformed any expectation. Someday, when human explorers arrive on Mars, we will recover the unit and preserve it as a monument for generations to come.
Here is an entry from the Mars Phoenix Twitter:
Many questions about next Martian summer and will I wake up? It is beyond expectations. But if it happens you'll be among the 1st to know
Maybe we'll hear from you next Martian Summer (May 2010), Phoenix Lander, god speed.
You can read twitter entries from the Phoenix Lander here.
Well the good news is that Columbia has picked up the rights to do a preacher movie with Sam Mendes (Road to Perdition, American Beauty) directing. Unfortunately the HBO series is not going to happen, and that is the only format that I can see doing justice to the story. Of course I don't really think that a movie will ever really get made anyway, and if it does it will not be recognizable as Preacher. I think that I would be happy with a Jody & T.C. movie... like that could get made either. Man, Garth Ennis is a sick and twisted genius.
Wednesday, October 29, 2008
The flavor was quite sweet, and closer to that of 7-UP with some slightly milky tones (not really yogurt, just milk). Overall it was good, if odd.
Move to Japan so You Can Drink Yogurt Pepsi