Browsing Month May, 2001

They first are given anesthesia. Just the same as killing a pig…

“Several patients were very up-front and candid about it, that they bought an organ taken from an executed convict for about $10,000. Most of the patients are ecstatic to be off of dialysis, and none has seemed particularly perturbed regarding the source of the organs.”

Leopards, pumas, and ocelots, or poor vision, wishful thinking and farm animals?

“I thought it was Nick or one of them throwing something, but then it just came straight out. It had greeny, yellow eyes and was staring straight at me. It was all black, bigger than a Labrador, but smaller than a Great Dane, but it definitely wasn’t a dog. It moved instinctively like a cat. more…

My friends made it a high-camp anthropological expedition

“The menu is very extensive, with many different preparations of shrimp, lobster, calamari and fresh fish, but somehow, nearly everything I sampled tasted pretty much the same. The dominant flavors were fat and salt, and a vaguely seafood-y flavor that didn’t seem that different whether you were eating shrimp pasta or stuffed flounder. Both were more…

If you pour enough water on a double scotch, it ceases to taste like whisky

“We don’t want to lose our heritage. If they come in, they have to accept our culture. It should be forced on them.”