Bill O’Reilly Meltdown

I was chat­ting with Mik ear­li­er about set­ting up a paint­ball out­ing at the Jun­gle some­time in the next cou­ple of weeks when the whole “F**K IT, we’ll do it live” men­tion came about. Here’s the clas­sic piece that aired a cou­ple of months ago:

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What’s even fun­ny is that there’s this video of a “Body Lan­guage Expert” ana­lyz­ing the whole thing… =)

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Pudding, The Cream Cheese Filler

So, I got into work this morn­ing only to find out that there was one bagel left in the kitchen. Being glad that there is some­thing to eat oth­er than the numer­ous amount of snacks in the cup­boards, I found out that there was no more cream cheese. This, after the fact that my mighty bagel just toast­ed to per­fec­tion.

What does it feel like? Well, you can com­pare it to a lot of things. Like, going to drop kids off only to find out that there is no more TP.

Mean­while, the McGuyver in me found some pud­ding in my cab­i­net. I was going to use them for snack­ing with Hon­ey-Wheat fla­vored pret­zels. It’s kind of like YanYans but cheap­er and more nutri­ents. Back to the pud­ding. I then slapped on a small tea­spoon of it on the bagel just to try it out—tasted like Nutel­la but soft­er!

So now you know. Word to the wise though, the pud­ding should have a base fla­vor of Choco­late. At least from my first-time expe­ri­ence today. I hope that this info comes in handy for you one day. Oth­er than that, make sure to let your friend­ly-neigh­bor­hood office man­ag­er know that there is a low sup­ply of cream cheese in the fridge.

Ghirardelli Chocolate Festival

Yum! Its on this week­end… Screw eat­ing right. This only hap­pens once a year, so you bet­ter take advan­tage.

Cal­i­for­nia Bank & Trust Presents
Tenth Annu­al Ghi­rardel­li Square Choco­late Fes­ti­val
Sat­ur­day & Sun­day; Sep­tem­ber 10 and 11
12:00 noon — 5:00 pm

The 10th Annu­al Ghi­rardel­li Square Choco­late Fes­ti­val, ben­e­fit­ing Project Open Hand, will take place Sat­ur­day and Sun­day, Sep­tem­ber 10 and 11, 2005, from 12:00 noon — 5:00 pm. The Choco­late Fes­ti­val hosts more than 20 booths each day fea­tur­ing a vari­ety of choco­late del­i­ca­cies from some of the best Bay Area restau­rants and bak­eries. Activ­i­ties for the entire fam­i­ly will take place for your enjoy­ment through­out both days includ­ing chef demon­stra­tions, children’s Chocoland and live music.

For over 20 years, Project Open Hand had pro­vid­ed meals and bags of gro­ceries to men, women and chil­dren liv­ing with symp­to­matic HIV and AIDS. Project Open Hand expand­ed their ser­vices to pro­vide dai­ly con­gre­gate lunch­es to seniors and pro­vide meals to peo­ple who are home­bound and crit­i­cal­ly ill. Vis­it www.openhand.org for more infor­ma­tion.

This is a free & pub­lic event — except for choco­late tast­ing. Indi­vid­ual tick­ets are $8, 2 tick­ets are $14 and 3 tick­ets are $20. Each tick­et will give you 5 choco­late sam­ples from any of the par­tic­i­pat­ing ven­dors.

900 North Point St.
San Fran­cis­co, CA 94109

Get your EATS ON!