The 3rd Dimension – So little to say and so much time!!!

The Great Fake and Potato Company
July 24, 2009, 7:00 am
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So recently the Great Steak and Potato Company has recently decided to switch from their premium Peanut Oil to Soybean Oil for their fries. In the words of the immortal Frank:   “F*ckers…”.


I feel this is a VERY grave error for the company as they have just taken down the one flagship product they are known for (and it’s not the cheesesteaks those were always bad compared to authetntic Philly’s with the peppers and greasy beef). We might as well have Mrs. Field’s stop selling cookies and Round Table pizza go into gasoline! I can’t believe they joined the “soybean” oil bandwagon probably in the name of economic value – pfft. Soybean oil will kill us all!!!

Dr. Mercola was nice enough to collect all the arguments against Soy in one neat tidy package for us – thx:

He would probably not approve of my French Fry habit – and it’s true I admit – it’s not healthy for you at all. I don’t eat them as much as I used to in college (read: every day) so when I do have them I try to make sure they are cooked in the healthiest oils possible (and if you think it’s canola, soy, etc… then you should know that if you are sheep then you will be led to the slaughter). Know your fats! Knowledge is power! G I JOoOOoOOoOOEEeeeee

Oh yeah where was I – yes – another one of my critical opinions regarding a company. You know this internet thing is great – I’ve criticized quite a few things and have gotten e-mails back with rebuttals. That’s the great thing about the internet these days – you can’t hide your b*llshit from the public any longer. Everything is revealed and thus everything is in a sense truer than it was before. In fact I won’t try to hide my cussing habit so I will just black out the first vowel on every cuss word for political correctness haha. We all know what I’m really saying though so cut the crap and let’s get on with it.

In a way I should be thankful for their switch. Maybe this time I will once again break my fry habit for good (I went for a number of months about 5 without eating a single fry during my “worst vegetarian” phase.) Or even better the competition has knocked itself out for me! What could be better?! Now I can open my own real fast food organic restaurants serving only traditionally cooked food and take home the monopoly on real food on this planet. Shame to you soy and corn people who take over other countries with your farm subsidies. Shame to you for making food cost more in the nation’s it’s best produced in by forcing the United States to grow the food export just to force them into economic submission so we can spread our fap all over their fertile lands – leaving us with useless soy and corn products instead of real food. F*ck you all!

A new blog – remarketing at it’s finest.
July 8, 2009, 7:00 am
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This is my new blog – a sort of continuation from my old blog at:

In that older blog I’ve aimed to ask and tackle the big questions about the nature of reality. It grows tiring. Apparently it’s too big a topic for most of us as well given my read statistics. The goal of my new blog then is to bring home all the knowledge and concepts I’ve accumulated in researching all sorts of deep questions into one in which everyone can relate to – everyday life with all it’s nuances. I hope you enjoy.

Why the new place? A primer on “3D”
July 8, 2009, 7:00 am
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I already have a blog at – why would I want another one? Why couldn’t I just continue posting on my old one? I have a new one because I aim to shift my focus from the grand to the mundane. From the big questions to the small. From abstract blogs about concepts and such to just plain old observations and events in everyday life. For bringing a new view on reality after going up on my tippy toes and looking down at it – trying to see the bigger picture. For a more elaborate reason though read below:

Somewhere out there is a better world where the sun always shines, the grass is always green, and people in multicolored clothes dance around in big circles eternally happy for just being. As much as I wanted to be part of their world I realized that it wasn’t for me. Somewhere along the line you stand at the crossroads with all that you’ve known on one side and all that you are destined to be on the other. Some of us look on at the other side and realize they’re not ready to cross over into it just yet. Not ready to take command of their full potential. Not ready to give up all they have known and loved for their whole lives.

I think all of us yearn for the greatest but some of us are not strong enough yet to carry all that may come with it. Maybe we just want to spend a little more time here with all that makes us smile and laugh. The imperfect world which despite all it’s flaws is still the one you’d call home. The one that may hurt you, despise you, anger you, and do all sorts of nasty things which make you cry out for a better way. At the end of the day it’s still the same world you want to be a part of with the people you’ve known and loved. With the things you’ve enjoyed, forgotten, and come to enjoy again with time. Maybe we have taken things for granted and not been able to appreciate all that we have now – only realizing what you may lose if you’ve moved on. Maybe we want to stay and experience the same things still again and again – always gleaning new lessons and insights despite their repetition. Maybe one doesn’t want to look for treasure out in the unknown while there are still lots of gems here waiting to be picked.

There was a world I’ve explored in which people made the shift and became the greater part of themselves. They became enlightened, gifted, skilled, enigmatic, refined, priceless, god. A world where they’ve combined the best aspects of each of themselves and reformed it into a greater entity unimaginable. There are stories of people quitting their jobs, going off into the unknown, and achieving success wildly beyond anyone’s dreams. Still more of them go on to achieve connection with what they call the source and gain powers deemed paranormal by normal beings. Some who are attuned to the higher realities constantly shift between this one and theirs – able to manipulate the everyday matter of our reality – as if they were masters of the game of life. Winners of reality – given the keys to unlocking the nature of reality itself.

These people have mastered reality so well that they’ve created a sort of rift between themselves and the rest of us. I’ve wanted to walk in their footsteps and I’ve tried on their shoes. I walked a short distance though before realizing that the boot didn’t fit. I was not ready to walk that path yet. As much as I wanted to be where they were I realized I needed to win the battle before I could win the war. There were still many things I left lying around and I just couldn’t make a blind rush towards the finish line to absolve them all. I guess sometimes you have to go through the motions – and I wouldn’t have it any other way. You can’t have spiritual actualization until you master the reality you are currently in. I don’t want to master the world yet by learning how to detatch from it and master it. I still want to experience things for what they are and not tell myself  ‘life is just a journey it will all be over soon.’  Some of us still want to play the game and get absorbed by it – to treat it as if it were real – to use our power to make it so.  I still want to be abnormally rich. I still want to have the company of the most beautiful women. I still want recognition, prestige, and the ego trappings that come with it. I still want the pleasures of food, drink, and flesh. I still want the imperfect reality. The one where we all live in now. As I’ve learned you cannot run away from what you truly want. You can’t hide from the truth. You can’t deny where you are –  The 3rd dimension.

Did pot last night, kinda tired now
July 8, 2009, 7:00 am
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For the longest time I never understood the whole obsession with the ‘hot pot’ thing. I remember when I was younger we’d always joke like all the other initiates, ” oh oh oh wait you have to PAY and then you COOK YOUR OWN FOOD?!?! Bahahahahahahaha” The fact that hot pot prices were often 1.5 times+ the price of every day food as well didn’t help any at all. I think one time on a car trip I even thought of the perfect cash cow restaurant if I ever wanted to be come a restauranteur: a hot pot sushi joint. Two overpriced entities combined into one cash cow-ing package. Is that 2 forms of extortion?  …no just one big one.

I now understand after going through it many times that what makes hot pot hot pot is actually the quality of the food and the taste of the broth it is cooked in. Messing up either one of those parts would totally RUIN the experience. It wouldn’t be the same if the meat were safeway meat and veggies (though who’s to say that it isn’t – it tastes good enough though). Every piece of green I had was fresh and crisp and actually tasted like something I’d eat on a daily basis (I went vegetarian for a short while and I was the worst vegetarian ever; maybe that deserves it’s own short post). Each piece of meat tasted good – that’s all I can say about it. The broth was perfect too (though mine did get a bit sour at the end – I think it was the bean sprouts not sure though).
Not sure where I was going with this now but I had hot pot with a bunch of cool people last night till about midnight and now I’m kinda tired. Hot pot’s are good though because you have more control over creating a good quality meal. It’s also a bit more social since even if you are more of the introverted types someone will still ask you to pass something sooner or later. Honestly I still think they are a bit overpriced but a lot of things are in my opinion. If I got to bring my own ingredients though I’m not sure how much better I could do with pricing. If I was so good at it and wanted to walk the talk I’d have to start my own hot pot sushi restaurant. That would conflict with my other ideas though of having afforadable 20-something year old hostels in San Francisco that would combine low priced affordable housing for people getting established with a college like atmosphere.