Friday, February 20, 2004

à la carte...

Title: taxes long, money short.

  OH! Best and greatest fans, ignore the previous entry at risk~~my brain was unexplainably blocked!  It came upon me like a dreme...

Plus+ my fone=connection is long & hinky, even in these proud and Beta days...Alexander Bell rarely helped deaf people and also made life miserable for the rest of us!  Good intentions.

The new fone=book's here, the new fone=book's here! ~Navin Johnson.  And so it is with the beta-jernals: i will reserve judgment for a few days, and my connections might stop sending me balky messages.

I am forthright the rebel 2 support such advancements; but it takes me awhile to comport & comfert with same.

Are there 25,000 werds within me?  And are my comments not brief & pithy enuf?!  Even some find them marriagable~and yet i hang on my prescient and poignant werds.  And forget to tell jokes about it all=together.  Yes, the tuna is still in the refrigerator.

Yet!?! The filosofy changes little, if @ all---do i find myself by writing, OR does my jernal define the Author?  More & mere werds might not make it more=so, n'est-çe-pas?  I will take it under advisement at last avec beaucoups de commentateurs...becos it pondres me so, And i am so all over this TAX thing.

I battle Amnesia daily~~slac

27 comments:

floralilia said...

i just forgot where i was....now, let me see....

floralilia said...

oh yes... slac - while i am gone...please work out the bugs with the beta system for me...that's not too much to ask now, is it?

kornchildrc12 said...

UNCLE BILLY:

HAHAHA, I SHALL STEAL THE TUNA!!!
-ROCKY

hrmore1956 said...

Hans <--- baffled about the tuna.

slacbacmac said...

Indeed florid one--this alfa male shall
beat down the beta, eventually.
Rocky & Hans: THE TUNA IS ALL.
It's a lent thing...i forget.

merelyp said...

Here in this cyberspatially arranged window, 'tis the journal defines the being. this i believe, and why I am not prone to defining myself much as of late. then again, maybe what i am, most basically, is misspelled? or just forgetful? naw, cheerful. I was so hoping for engimatic.

merelyp said...

see? misspelled! ENIGMATIC!!
GRRRR

slacbacmac said...

Your enigma is my façade~with Tuna & donuts, yet.
Come 1, come all--the Contest IS to put my 'comment counter'
OVER 20 mayhaps, just this once. All languages welcome...
i still forget why i started this. OH, well.

karynetaylor said...

11. Yet I make tuna salad at least once a month.

karynetaylor said...

10. Butt it does not smell so good.

karynetaylor said...

9. Cuz tuna tastes good.

karynetaylor said...

13. Only 3 hard boiled eggs, but toss 2 of them yellows or yellow-greens, depends on who boiled the suckers.

karynetaylor said...

12. I add celery, cut up finely, chopped even, to make it crunchy.

karynetaylor said...

14. Tho hubby prefers Dukes Mayo, I'm a calorie counting fool, and will use Fat Free whatever have ya brand to hold the numbers down.

karynetaylor said...

15. Don't forget plenty of pepper. I love fresh ground black pepper. AchoooO!

karynetaylor said...

16. Frequently I will cut up about a 1/2 cup of dill pickles, drained. This adds color, crunch, and a salty flavor thereby eliminating need for salt, without pushing aforementioned important numbers up.

karynetaylor said...

17. Important to use tuna packed in water. Not sure what else it can be packed in, but this is important. Unless preparing recipe for a Fear Factor episode.

karynetaylor said...

18. How many cans of tuna, you might ask? Well, in this little scenario, I'd go with 4 of them. What size, Karyn? Well, the normal sized ones. I don't know ounces or anything, this is a make-it-up-as-you-go kind of recipe, very hard to screw up, it always tastes great.

karynetaylor said...

19. Seems like I am forgetting something. Oh yes, I always add about 1/2 cup of chopped onions. For flavor and crunch. Very important to have this be crunchy, in my humble opinion. The taste buds don't lie.

karynetaylor said...

20. Makes quite a bit, serve on bread or skip the carbs and eat with a fork, remember portion control IS the key to weight loss. And, finally, if glumpous bowl begins to look watery in fridge, your tuna salad has expired, its nutritional value has gone on to better places, and you must carefully chunk it and start over.

~ Karyn
http://beta.journals.aol.com/karynetaylor/WhateverItTakesMyChoices/

karynetaylor said...

21. Enigmatic, no character length, tuna for the weight conscious and other dish-in-a-can eating types.

slacbacmac said...

Now i get the joke--be careful what you wish for.
Karyn, sweetie! i did not expect that you would be
ALL OF THE twenty comments! The tuna is gone
but i appreciate the recipes~~leave a little room for
the Others! Mon dieu, what will i do on sunday?

merelyp said...

Karyn--
Add olives. You'll never regret it.
Oh, hi, Slac--You there?

hrmore1956 said...

Ingredients: Tuna, cream cheese, hard boiled eggs, sweet relish, pimento ... mix together and eat. Yumpers!

slacbacmac said...

On the Tuna~~only mayonaisse will do. It never occurs
to ME to spoil an egg in the mix...just me. [onions, celery, olive
in brief] It is a vexing^ controversy. Never=the=less, we
are now cruising 2 fifty or :gasp: 1hundred comments!!!
i will delete especial Repeaters, here=with~~2 notes per person!

karynetaylor said...

"i will delete especial Repeaters"

is that a threat, tuna breath?

slacbacmac said...

You got me, Kay. I am far too gentle...
it's an advisement from the soft & cuddly me.
This tuna thing could almost make me
Remember... ...what?
It'll come to me Eventual.

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