Man, you fellas are really on about this curry thing. I'm going to be honest, the Chicken-And-Pumpkin curry wasn't nearly as good as the beef curry I usually make. So, I'm just going to give you the regular beef recipe. Really. It's so much better.
I make regular Japanese-style curry. It's what my folks make, and it's the only variation of curry I know how to do. If you're going to make Japanese style curry, this is really all you need:
Ananth went and got himself sick again. That's it, I'm staging a coup.
Or maybe I'll play more Zelda: Wind Waker.
These decisions are difficult ones.
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Phoenix Down shirts are still on sale, if you are into that sort of thing.
On the subject of selling things, there's also some assorted pins and prints over at my Etsy shop.
Sorry about my absence this past week, I see that the site's still here, so I'll assume it went smoothly. Thank you Conrad and Rachelle for taking care of things for me while I was up with my folks -- it was too much of an inconvenience for everyone for me to borrow someone's computer for a week and lug my scanner and tablet and inks and brushes up to NJ while I was paying social calls. My computer's back now, but the hard drive's blank. I'm going to have to restore it before I can do anything practical on it.
... than the texture of a new buzz cut. John is the only person I know who gets his hair cut that short, so he's the only one I harass about these things.
OH, while I'm here, two things. First, there is only one day left until the score on my Threadless design finishes. So give it a score if you feel inclined to.
Before I make an utter ass of myself, is this a thing? Like, a Mardi Gras thing? Making yellow and purple doughnut cakes filled with strings of beads and plastic babies? I do not know much about mardi gras, so maybe I am ill informed. It is also possible that the grocery store was given an order for a dozen cakes for mardi gras-themed baby showers. Or baby shower-themed mardi gras parties? I don't pretend to know about these things.
Awh c'mon Ananth. You have one job around here, and that's to make the news post.
And I guess write the comic or whatever.
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I finally jumped on the terrifying burning bandwagon and got a twitter account. We're all on twitter now, and despite all living together, will probably use them to banter with each other in the next room. PREPARE YOURSELVES.
I spent a bit of time last week making a heating pad out of two $1 bandanas (one for a pillow case), half of a $2 bag of rice, and some chamomile and mint teas that no one was drinking. If you are poor and cold a lot, THERE IS NO REASON YOU SHOULD NOT MAKE ONE OF THESE. Here are the instructions I used (although I segmented the bag and added some tea to make it smell nice), here are some instructions to make one out of an old sock.