(via Satellite News)
Check out 20 Questions with Cory Geryak.
Cory Geryak is the cinematographer (and other assorted credits) for Future War (immortalized by Mystery Science Theater 3000 in episode 1004).
Heres a sample:
15. When did you become aware that FW was selected for an MST3K episode? What was your reaction? The reaction of your fellow crew members?
I found out that it aired on MST3K through the internet. I was thrilled! It is the only way that the movie is remotely watchable, so I’m grateful that MST3K made it somewhat entertaining.
(via The Laporte Report)
John Kerry is being Google-bombed by conservative activists
(“waffles” -> John Kerry).
Since this web site has a high ranking for waffles and things related to waffles, I’m helping out our conservative friends so their efforts don’t become a
(via Joe Bob’s Week in Review)
The Palme d’Or, top prize at the Cannes Film Festival, was
awarded to Michael Moore for his documentary “Fahrenheit 9/11.”
Isn’t it customary, when an American wins one of the world’s top
competitions (Tour de France, Nobel Prize, Olympics), for the
winner to be invited to the White House?
(via Musings of a Philosophical Scrivener….)
How many members of the Bush Administration are needed to replace a lightbulb?
The Answer is SEVEN:
- one to deny that a lightbulb needs to be replaced
- one to attack and question the patriotism of anyone who has questions about the lightbulb,
- one to blame the previous administration for the need of a new lightbulb,
- one to arrange the invasion of a country rumored to have a secret stockpile of lightbulbs,
- one to get together with Vice President Cheney and figure out how to pay Halliburton Industries one million dollars for a lightbulb,
- one to arrange a photo-op session showing Bush changing the lightbulb while dressed in a flight suit and wrapped in an American flag,
- and finally one to explain to Bush the difference between screwing a lightbulb and screwing the country.
Across town, Mr. Bush called for a continuing battle to end racial equality, and pointed to his No Child Left Behind law as the way to accomplish that.
Just in case the Times fixes their “error”:
Dear Mr. Flash Logo Animator Spammer Guy,
If I want to clutter my web site with annoying Flash animation, I’m certain I could do it myself.
If I were to hire someone to do this work for me, you can be damn sure you would not get my business. The fact you advertise your business via unsolicited email, either means you are totally clueless or simply a crook.
- 1/2 tsp. instant yeast
- 2 cups flour
- 1 T. sugar
- 1/2 tsp. salt
- 2 cups milk
- 8 T. butter, melted and cooled
- 1/2 tsp. vanilla
- Oil or Pam for waffle iron
- 2 eggs
Before going to bed, combine the dry ingredients and stir in the milk, then the butter and vanilla. The mixture will be loose. Cover with plastic wrap and set aside overnight at room temperature.
Brush the waffle iron lightly with oil and preheat it. Separate the eggs and stir the yolks into the batter. Beat the whites until they hold soft peaks. Stir them gently into the batter.
Spread a ladleful or so of batter onto the waffle iron and bake until the waffle is done, usually 3 to 5 minutes. Serve immediately or keep warm for a few minutes in a low oven.