Thursday, May 25, 2006

This is incomplete because the Internet hates me.

Saturday morning I woke up with a mild hangover which was shortly remedied with a fantastic breakfast at The Original Pancake House. Thank God I ordered the eggs and bacon. I'll leave the description of said bacon up to Jeff in the comments section. I don't think I could do it justice. Now if we were talking about shoes or makeup... Anyways, the green chile and salsa there was probably the last thing I would ever eat besides lima beans and bugs, but whatever. The "Appetizing Meats" on the menu made up for their shortcomings where spicy condiments are concerned.

It was apparent early on in the day that we were not going to meet our 2 p.m. deadline to begin drinking at an inappropriate location (which was decided to be Olive Garden on Friday night), so we aimed for about 6-ish at Logan's (East). After breakfast I enjoyed some quality television at Jeff's, which included Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors. And warriers they were. I actually enjoyed the horror-turned-slapstick basis of the film. Probably the best part was the main character's hair (which I want mine to look like someday), and the fact that one of the female characters who burned herself
with cigarettes looked like the older brother from the Wonder Years:








Pretty crazy, huh? I think they are twins seperated at birth, but that would require an IMDB search I am not willing to do right now...

Well, we made it to Logan's sometime in the early evening and proceeded to drink big, stupid Miller Lites with Ratheen and Phil, got some sammiches, and stared with disgust at their excuse for salsa. It was a color I believe described by Jeff as "Rorange" (maybe there should be an apostrophe after the first "r"?).

I'll write more about Saturday later. Last night I pretty much had it finished and the Internet crapped out on me, so I'm a little frustrated...

5 comments:

Sarah said...

The next Saturday installment is pretty much d-o-n-e. Has everyone read this one (if they wanted to)?

Still waiting for that description of the bacon, Jeff... :o)

Sack said...

It is rare to find bacon of such phenomenal quality. Only once before have I encountered such bacon. The bacon in question was at that barbecue joint next to Dickerson's barn on West Picacho in LC (on a loaded baked potato...only available seasonally).

The bacon at both of these locations looked like it was chopped off a pig with a hatchet. The slices are very thick (probably 1/6 of an inch or so), and don't crinkle up much after cooking. It's kind of like biting into a cross between a juicy steak and a normal piece of bacon. The bacon also had a slight smoky flavor and a bit of pepper. Truly outstanding.

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