this or that

Do two wrongs make a right?

Yin or Yang?
I’ll take the Sentipeed part over the srshs part!

Should stringytom open the door or not after this exchange?:

(knock knock)

(stringytom): Who’s there?

(Sentinel): it’s Senti, man. Open the door, I need your help!

(stringytom): Senti who?

(Sentinel): I, Senti, peed in my pants, all 100 legs of them and I need to clean up before crawling home!
 
“I must be dreaming!” FTW

Neil Young’s After The Gold Rush with the lyrical “All in a dream, the loading had begun...”

or

ComedyGold44’s clownszefacepalm withdrawal nightmare, when the revolver gets loaded for schmendrick roulette

???
 
All in a golden dream . . .

I'm looking for a place to restart
And UPS feels so different now.
Just grab a hold of a gun
I will lead you through this Vegas land.
Water up to my knees
Sharks are swimming in my apartment.
Just follow my golden light
And ignore all those global warning signs.

~~~or~~~

I'm standing alone
I'm trolling you all
My apartment is sinking
I'm standing alone
You're weighing the gold
My apartment is sinking
Fool's gold
?
 
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Barbara is a bit nuts (mostly in a good way), and I don't really know much at all about Koukalová. It would be fun to spend an afternoon with Barbara, but it would probably age me three years.

Former top fashion model:

Czech Paulina Porizkova

or Danish model/actress Helena Christensen?
 
HEINZ KETCHUP INGREDIENTS TRICK
You probably don’t want to, turn the bottle over and look at the ingredients of your Heinz ketchup—so we did it for you:
  • Tomato concentrate produced from ripe, red tomatoes
  • Distilled vinegar
  • High fructose corn syrup
  • Corn syrup
  • Distilled vinegar
  • Salt
  • Spices
  • Onion powder
  • Natural flavors
Heinz appears to be trying extremely hard to make their ketchup sound healthy. ‘Tomato concentrate’ is a fancy term for ‘tomatoes that have been processed and stripped of all their nutritional value’.

They are basically trying to trick their consumers. Although the manufacturer wants the customer to think that corn syrup is a better option than high fructose corn syrup, they are both the same thing.

They use this trick since the population is showing more interest in nutrition labels. Splitting the ingredients makes it appear as if tomatoes are the highest on the ingredient list when, in fact, the true list should appear like this:
  • High fructose corn syrup
  • Tomato concentrate
  • Distilled vinegar
  • Salt
  • Spices
  • Onion Powder
  • Natural flavoring
No one would actually purchase a condiment that is almost completely corn syrup! At least, not anyone that realizes how unhealthy corn syrup is.
In terms of salt, Heinz chooses to use the cheapest type that can cause toxicity in the blood, blood pressure issues, and mineral imbalance if it is eaten too much.

By eating just one tablespoon of this condiment, you are consuming 7% of your sugar intake and a portion of your daily intake of sodium. That is from just a single tablespoon!

Who actually uses just one tablespoon of ketchup on their fries or burger? These numbers will add up fast.
https://edrugsearch.com/heinz-ketchup-warning/

YOU ARE IN NORTH BEACH AND NEED A LYCOPENE FIX. YOU NEED IT BAD.


Pizza at Tony's Pizza Napoletana


or eggplant parmigiana at Original Joe's?

 
"I would like the Roasted Beet & Arugula Salad, the Linguini Pesto, the Garlic Bread, and the Chicken Cacciatore. Hold the Chicken Cacciatore."

* Roasted Beet & Arugula Salad
14.50
Ricotta salata, citrus segments, shaved fennel, almonds

* Linguini Pesto
17.95

* Garlic Bread
8.50
Parmesan cheese, parsley


For lunch: Indian restaurant or Thai restaurant?
 
I haven't had Thai for quite some time. I like spicy food, and prefer the usual high level of hotness found in Thai restaurants over what I generally encounter at Indian restaurants, though I love Indian over any other cuisine. The spice level of Chinese, Thai, Indian, Mexican and other cuisines with traditionally hot and spicy dishes tends to be much higher in California than in Europe.

The hottest food I ever encountered was a hot pot of Tom Kah Kai at Spice's Thai in Del Mar. I usually order it at "6", but a Russian friend at our table insisted on trying it at "10". I think the waiter took this as a challenge and took it to not just "11" but to "111".

15. Tom Kah Kai
Tofu in spicy coconut lemongrass soup and fresh mushrooms.
✷ Spicy Note Scale 1-10 ❦ Also available for vegetarian

This reminds me of watching Natalie Portman eat hot vegan "chicken" wings on "Hot Ones".

"Sean Evans" is an alias for Chris Edwards of TW?



Right?


Hot Peppers


or Tennis Warehouse?
 
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