Sunday, May 29, 2011
Yesterday I put in my experimental companion planting idea. Combining Squarefoot gardening, nurse cropping, and diversity; this will be good
Posted by Zenith at 3:16 PM
I've been hardening off my transplants this past week and man... they are seriously sturdy little buggers!
Posted by Zenith at 3:06 PM
How is it that one can follow links from a creationist topic(reference page, mind you) and end up in cryptozoology reading about hoaxes?
Posted by Zenith at 12:44 PM
Ignorance is not an excuse for "God did it" and a foundation of that does not make an for an essay. Some of us read reference pages.
Posted by Zenith at 12:11 PM
Saturday, May 28, 2011
Saturday, May 14, 2011
Fuck you, Ping.fm! I had been working on that blog post for hours and you just say "Posting Error" and won't let me recover it?
Oh my freaking Cthuluhu... I'm eating what sourdough is meant for: a hot sandwich with cheese and mustard. Wow, that was so worth it.
Posted by Zenith at 4:54 PM
Two loaves of bread baked and a third rising. I'm on very little sleep. Insomnia, you need to go away. I have important things to do today.
Posted by Zenith at 7:11 AM
Friday, May 13, 2011
Sunday, May 8, 2011
For all those Mothers I hate today, I hope you die in a fire.
For those I'm more apathetic towards, may you live long enough to shit yourself.
If you don't know which of these three categories you fit in, ask yourself these questions:
- Do I talk to you?
- Do I talk about you?
- Do you think I would like to see you shit yourself?
In conclusion, it is
Now go change your diapers, Mother. I ordered you extra-jumbo size samples from Walmart again. I hope they finally arrived. Oh, and I hope the support group for adults with incontinence is helping.
Posted by Zenith at 3:54 AM
Friday, May 6, 2011
Tuesday, May 3, 2011
Monday, May 2, 2011
Hey if you buy any products from ConAgra Foods (Banquet microwavable meals, Chef Boyardee, Healthy Choice, Peter Pan peanut butter, Kid Cuisine, or Marie Callender's), they're offering a donation program right now. For every purchase you make, they donate to local food banks through Feeding America.
Posted by Zenith at 12:18 PM
Tomato update: 2 days, ~70 degrees constant, soil kept visibly moist, germination achieved in 1 seed. 1/72 in 2 days = 1.38~% germination.
Posted by Zenith at 11:46 AM