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Old 06-07-2007, 06:48 AM   #61
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Ground beef, about a 1/3 of a lb.
Apple, pb, supps (rememberd cod liver oil today).

Note - this was for 6/7, not 6/6.

Rating: I'm stoopid.
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Old 06-08-2007, 06:21 AM   #62
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From Cafe Water: A nice spot of chicken, grilled. Blue and razz berries, a nice heap of 'em.
From the office fridge: peanut butter.
From my bag: the usual supps.

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Old 06-08-2007, 01:18 PM   #63
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Busy morning and not much appetite

Some almonds and coffee

Rating: PG

Last edited by Yuen Sohn : 06-08-2007 at 01:40 PM. Reason: Changed rating from NC-17 to PG upon further review.
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Old 06-11-2007, 06:27 AM   #64
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One can albacore. Olive oil, tomato, Old Bay.
Apple, Pb, supps.

Rating: Forgot about chicken hearts on the stove last night and burned the hell outta them. Man outta food in the mornin'.
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Old 06-12-2007, 09:21 AM   #65
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A couple fried eggs, some turkey breast, with tomatillo salsa and mexican cumbled cheese.
An apple, a little Pb and the supps.

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Artists were exciting. Artists were sexually free. Above all art redeemed the bourgeoisie from the greedy sin of acquisitiveness. As Jacques Barzun has argued, it wasn't long before art became a new religion, writers were revered as prophets, and as part of this understanding the bourgeoisie came to believe that the creators of fine literature and beautiful music also had beautiful souls.

This was nonsense. The so-called artist's 'gift', wrote Thomas Mann in 1903, has dark roots in a poisoned psyche. "It is a very dubious affair and rests upon extremely sinister foundations." The world should know that most artists today are sick in mind and spirit, a danger to decent people and heedless of the damage they cause. Plumbers and carpenters and other tradesmen are reliable friends. But artists are not. And because he understood this so clearly, the eponymous Tonio Kröger (the character of a writer in the book who speaks for Mann himself) was embarrassed to find complete strangers sending him letters of praise:

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Literature is not a calling, it is a curse, believe me! It begins by your feeling yourself set apart, in a curious sort of opposition to the nice, regular people; there is a gulf of ironic sensibility, of knowledge, scepticism, disagreement, between you and the others; it grows deeper and deeper, you realize that you are alone; and from then on any rapprochement is simply hopeless! What a fate!
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Old 06-12-2007, 02:27 PM   #66
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Stuck in work-related training/meetings from 9 to 5.

a bunch of ham and cheese croissant sandwiches
as many blackberries/raspberries I could eat without seeming like a greedy bastard.

Rating: When I suggested beef and avocado be served at the next breakfast meeting, people laughed. I didn't.
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Old 06-13-2007, 04:41 AM   #67
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June 12, 2007

Doing installations on sites last week and this week and I usually don't end my fast until at earliest 9 am so yesterday breakfast was around 1:30 pm.

3 slices of pizza w/the works.

Rating: Eh...wish they had the all meat slices instead. Hopefully not pizza today!

P.S. I saw the First Lady yesterday as we were trying to bring some equipment in a side door and were told by the Secret Service guy to wait a few minutes for her and her entourage to pass through.
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Old 06-13-2007, 06:11 AM   #68
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3 eggs and a bit o' turkey scramble. Cumbled Mexican cheese and tomatillo salsa.
One Macintosh, which sucked, by the way. Have they always been this bad? I felt like it was going to burn a hole in my stomach. The peanut butter wasn't much help.
A casein shake, just some.
Supps, with new bonus supp!!

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Old 06-13-2007, 10:32 AM   #69
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June 13, 2007

Site installations again so my first meal was around 12:30 pm

Old Ebitts Grill in DC across from the Treasury
Some calamari
Parmesean crusted trout + green beans and grilled potato's

Rating: Excellent, wish I had the $$ to opt for the raw bar but at $22 for a dozen oysters by the time I'd be sated I think I'd have spent the rest of the months grocery money!
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Old 06-14-2007, 09:07 AM   #70
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Two eggs, fried.
Some leftover chicken hearts in a tomato - veggie stew.
A apple, a gala. A scoop of peanut butter, the usual supps...

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