Jul. 4th, 2010

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First things first: thanks to help from several generous people, I now have the funds to pay for classes! I can still use a job here and there to help cover semester expenses, but for right now I'm focused on knowledgy-type things. :D

Hardware joys and OS woes... )

And now the lessons learned:

-- I learn about Linux because it is like a best friend that I can't help but want to get to know better.

-- I learn about Mac because it is like the annoying aunt who spit-washes your cheeks even when you're an adult, makes you put on a dress, and asks you why you haven't found a good man yet. I learn just enough to avoid the problem buttons, but I'd like to confine my interactions to the computing equivalent of family holidays and funerals.

-- I learn about Windows because it is like my bitter enemy that I enjoy making kneel down before me and listening to it squeal. Bwahahahaahaha! Unfortunately I can't do away with it yet, as it seems to be a necessary evil in my life.
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Scenario 1: you're staying at the Innsmouth hotel and you find your room surrounded by fish people.

Scenario 2: you've just made yourself up some frozen fish nuggets (about the same compositional quality as chicken nuggets, just with some unidentifiable sea critter)

What do these scenarios have in common? A severe need for tartar sauce! But chances are, if you're like most people, you probably don't carry the stuff on your person or in your fridge or if you do have it, it's probably of questionable age because you use it so infrequently.

Never fear! This recipe will help you make a reasonable substitute in a pinch! You need:
pickle relish

And that's it. Mix them together (I like a more relish-heavy sauce, so I use about 1 part mayonaise to about 1/3-1/2 parts relish, but you'll have to experiment). You're now ready to combat the Deep Ones. :D


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