You know slow news day was a great idea and most people still practice it so for a while I am going to post what I call Facebook Friday because nothing says Friday like ...well...
One Billion minus one
As you may have guessed I was very busy doing other things while I was not blogging like laundry. Actually a lot did happen and well let's face it after spending $500 on continuing my education because you know if you don't learn you don't know nuthin'
Sure, I did a lot of laundry ( do you get it I do laundry to the point that I tweet about it ) well I also walk a lot now. I really do walk about 30 miles a week because I sold my car yeah the red rocket is now someone else's problem to fix or repair daily ( I do mean that too...its a FIX or RePAIR DAILY) . Yes, I miss it but I have pictures to keep my heart warm.
I didn't just get rid of my car I eliminated my digital footprint (OMG! I typed that seriously I need to get a life or more laundry detergent ) I discontinued my Facebook account. I could tell you my ideaological reason but lets just say I don't need to see your sonogram ok. Please stop pimping pictures of people I don't know on the internet.
So there is still a Billion people out there but I think about 700 or so is just fake profiles ( fyi I created a few ) and a stock price that well just three words come to mind "pets dot com" seriously people if you blow up a balloon full of bs it will pop. So get over it,k
Friday, August 29, 2014
Thursday, August 28, 2014
|An Evening with Martin Yan and Jacques Pépin|
|Martin and Jacques in the early 1990s.|
|Tues, Sept 30, 6:30-9pm|
Under the Dome
at Westfield San Francisco Centre
865 Market St., San Francisco
Join KQED, in partnership with M.Y. China and La Boulange, for
An Evening with Martin Yan and Jacques Pépin — a celebration of two KQED cooking show pioneers.
The evening will include food, wine and a noodle-pulling demonstration. Martin will preview his new series Martin Yan’s Taste of Vietnam — beginning September 13 at 10am on KQED 9 — and reminisce with his old friend Jacques, who is in town taping a new television program Jacques Pépin: Heart and Soul, coming to KQED in 2015.