V for Vegetarian

The fabulous life of a vegetarian

Monday, May 15, 2006

"Let's Talk About Sex Baby.."

Constitutional lessons regarding SEX:

- A normal, healthy, human interest in sex is okay, but not a morbid or obsessive preoccupation with sex is not (sorry boys)

- Pornography possessed in the home cannot be punished, because it invades privacy and punishes thought. But one man’s right to possess pornography in his home does not create a right of another man to distribute it to him (don’t share!)

- Pornography involving children is illegal. But having adults (ie barely legal girls) pose as children is okay (ew)

Saturday, May 13, 2006

My love affair...with food


It's long been settled that I am going to die from either 1) obesity or 2) some other sort of health complication that develops from eating too much. The fact that I use finals as an excuse to gorge on delicious artery clogging food probably doesn't help. The problem is that nothing makes me as happy as food does, NOTHING.

On that note, I'd like to take this opportunity to announce that I LOVE pupusas!!! LOVE. I love them so much that I've had them three times this week. If you ignore the extra pounds that I've added on, what's not to like? 1) It's cheap 2) It's filling 3) It's yummy.

I encourage you to hit up your nearest Salvadorean restaurant and order some pupusas with a side of platanos fritos and a nice tall glass of horchata*....yum!

* Apparently Mexican horchata is different than Salvadorean horchata...any thoughts?

Tuesday, May 09, 2006

Mixing it up a bit...

I should have paid more attention to chemistry in high school. But because I took zero period chem, I naturally slept through most of it. If only Mr. Bender had told me that the info could actually be useful...

Two Parts Vodka, a Twist of Science





A few questions and thoughts:
1) How does one become the director of cocktail development? Is a JD useful in the profession?
2) I'm so glad they came up with soda flavored Pop Rocks...now I will be able to enjoy their union without exploding
3) Will this make the bartending championships on Food Network Challenge (which I watch with such enthusiasm) more explosive?
4) Where can a girl get a liquid nitrogen cocktail?

Monday, May 08, 2006

On Injunctions

Lesson of the Day: A court will not issue an injunction to enjoin a cheating spouse from engaging in acts of infidelity.

Saturday, May 06, 2006

Give your mom something to brag about


Newsweek just came out with their annual "America's Best High Schools" list. As I expected, many of the local schools surrounding the area where I grew up were listed.

My high school did not make the list...BUT only because it's in a league of it's own: The PUBLIC ELITES list...oooohh ahh. School's make it to this hyped up list because "so many of their students score well above average on the SAT and ACT." It's no surprise when the parents pump thousands of dollars into SAT prep academies, after school classes, etc to boost their children's chances of getting into a top notch university. Not to mention the parents' contribution to already outrageously priced real estate surrounding these prized schools that keeps all the rift raft out.

So where does your school fall? Does your mom have anything to brag about at the next dinner party?

(Thanks Y, for the tip)

Wednesday, May 03, 2006

The truth is...I'm LAZY


This is me (with fair wheatish skin)

This is an article about my laziness.

I'm tired...gnite

Monday, May 01, 2006

May the force be with you...


The number of marchers taking the streets today is amazing. Although the impact of "A Day Without Immigrants" is yet to be determined, the movement itself is truly inspirational.

You may not have marched, boycotted, or worn white today, but I ask that you please educate yourself about the immigration policies of the good ol' US of A. Every major newspaper in the country is covering today's events. Read some articles and investigate.

America has always been a country of immigrants, let's keep it that way. Support immigration reform!