Not sure any readers here will get my reference, but back when I was a kid, right through to high school, every Friday morning at 8am, Vancouver Radio Station LG73 would play this song. (Bang On The Drum by Todd Rundgren). While it may not be the best song in the world, it brings back many memories, and as such I love it.
It’s a funny world I live in. I work, live and breathe the internet. I spend a good third of my life sitting in front of my computer. When I need to check the movie schedules, pay my phone bill, or look up just about anything I go online to find it.
When it comes to food for some reason, my wife and I primarily turn towards good old fashioned cookbooks when looking for recipes. I thought about this the other day and I don’t really understand why. There are many sites out there that have great recipes for free, why must we litter our cupboards with books?
There is no denying that good old cook books seem to fit the bill most of the time, but why go out and buy one if you are just looking for a single chicken recipe. I guess my downfall is that I don’t do a lot of the cooking.
Don’t get me wrong, I can cook, and I can cook a lot of things quite well – but as I am a man, I seldom follow any recipes. Even when I do follow a recipe, I often change it up a bit – something that I get dirty looks for from my better half.
Over at ivilliage.com they have a bunch of great food recipes that I have just discovered they have a ton of great looking food ranging from chicken to pasta, as well as great recipes for kids and a number of mouth watering deserts. I just discovered this site today, and have yet to give any of these a try, but I will definitely be cooking up something I find here!
Anyways, there are a lot of great recipes out there floating around on the internet, so if you are stuck for ideas, go search around and find that perfect dinner, you just might find something perfect, not listed in your favorite cook book.
A Toronto woman is suing Rogers for $600,000 after a cell phone bill allegedly destroyed her marriage and her life.
You are probably wondering, how on earth can a cell phone bill ruin a marriage? Well its simple. She cheated on her husband. He saw the bill with the strange calls and put the pieces together, and then left her.
How is this Rogers fault? Hmm… It isn’t!. Is it? I don’t think so…
If you don’t want your husband to find out you are cheating on him, then don’t cheat on him. I am sure this will go out as one of the stupidest lawsuits of all time, and if by some rare chance she wins (which she won’t) Then it won’t matter anyways because its a sure fire sign that the world is about to come to an end!
Research shows that eating specific “anti-angiogenesis” causing foods may not only help prevent and force cancerous tumors etc into remission, but it may also assist those struggling with weight issues.
There are always studies coming out that show that scientists are on the verge of a breakthrough in cancer treatment – seems we have been on this never-ending verge for a long time now. But perhaps this guy is onto something. I am no doctor, and am hardly qualified to talk about any of this stuff, and as such, I am not certain if this is just a bunch of BS, or if this may just be the cure, but regardless, its an interesting talk. Take from it what you will.