“Libertarianism, fine cooking and the Mythos: an Eternal Golden Braid”

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“Libertarianism, fine cooking and the Mythos: an Eternal Golden Braid”

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apr 1, 2009, 2:38am

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apr 1, 2009, 8:32pm

I read in this one other really enlightening group that libertarians are the new Nazis, so we cultists have a lot in common with them. I'm not sure about the gustatory link, unless you really like seafood.

I went scuba diving in the Pacific recently and found this really cool underwater city. There was this one thing that looked a lot like a giant octopus, so I sawed off a couple of its tentacles, brought them back up, and had them with melted butter, tarragon, and an oaky wine. It was pretty good. Lately, though, I've been having weird dreams saying that I injured Kathy Lu (?) and therefore messed up the grand design, so Armageddon won't be coming after all.
Whatever that means.

apr 1, 2009, 9:51pm

Katy lu hu?

All the hus down in huvill will be sad.

apr 1, 2009, 10:40pm

Odd, I have dreams of Kathy Lu all the time!

By the way, does anyone know any good eczema treatments? My legs are getting positively scaly!!!

apr 1, 2009, 10:44pm

Oh dear. And i was hoping for such a GOOD Armageddon this time. Drats.

apr 1, 2009, 11:46pm

Oh, that "tentacles with melted butter" seems delicious!
Send me a part, I'll drink Entre-deux mers... Wine was not appropriate.
After that, i'll tell you all about my dreams! Maybe...

apr 2, 2009, 2:44am

Way to go with that "oaky wine" crack. I'm not sensitive or paranoid, but I do know when people are out to make fun of me. And you have no right to make fun of me, carnophile, because, well, you just don't. And if you or anyone else makes fun of me again, I will write a post calling attention to that fact. So be very, very careful, my friend, or you might find that once again, you will be asked to be very, very careful.

apr 2, 2009, 1:25pm

Oh, no, no no! You totally misunderstood, Oakes. I'm sorry about the confusion, and let me clear it up: The "oaky wine" thing wasn't making fun of you; it was a reference to drinking your blood. I hope this clears up everything and makes you feel better.

Kanichat: This also explains the seemingly inappropriate choice of libation. Of course I would never pair an oaky red wine with seafood, yech! But Oakes's blood goes quite well with it.

Oakes - Foregoing was all just a joke. Ignore those pinhole injuries on your inner elbow, they're just, uh, mosquito bites.

Redigerat: apr 3, 2009, 2:54am

Tell me about it, brother. I just wish I could do the same after putting my head down at night and hearing that disconcerting laughter and grotesque tittering.