I was all set to write about the salmonella tainted jalepeno the FDA found in Mexico. Yep, had a bit in mind about the problems posed about it's status as an "enemy condiment," the use of lime juice and cilantro for the waterboarding, how overnight Guantanamo turns from green to icky brown in the fridge.
Instead, I'm distracted by things I learned over my two week vacation.
- How cool is this? At the new stadium, the Tigers start each game by playing Kiss' Detroit Rock City.
- Montgomery Ward exists! It's an on-line store, incase you can't find enough poorly made crap at the nearest Wal-Mart. . . Sorry, I'm still bitter about the 1974 removal of the caramel corn machine at the Wonderland Store.
- The San Francisco Chronicle can't be bothered to give coverage to local hockey club The San Jose Sharks, but they can give a quarter page to Fantasy Baseball. Not even a real sport. Wrong. Wrong. Wrong.
- Signs posted in Michigan road construction sites read: Injure/Kill a worker $7500, 15 Years in Prison. That's $500 a year.
Go in Peace