(... not to be confused with the jumping spider by the same name.)
- 1 tin flaked tuna
- mayonnaise (I use Veganaise)
- powdered cumin and chili
- spicy hot sauce
- cheese - chedder/marble/mozarella
- corn tortillas
- drain tuna - like, hardcore drain that
- in a small bowl, mix tuna & mayo to taste... avoid getting too zingy though
- heat tortilla in small frying pan, flip, add cheese
- place torilla on serving plate (put next one in pan!)
- add 1-2 tablescoops of tuna
- sprinkle cumin & chili to taste (you can be fairly liberal here, overcoming the tuna & mayo will be tough)
- drizzle on hot-sauce (balance this against the amount of cheese and mayo to offer enough burn but to quell later taco-regret)
- Enjoy! (now is a good time to flip the second tortilla and add cheese)
Optional: Double up on tortillas, using the cheese as an adhesive layer.
Posted by Mike Geiger on Sunday, November 13. 2016
I tried my best to avoid the circus, but it was unavoidable. I couldn't believe that monologues and tweets weren't simply Hollywood or Reality-TV crap, that anyone with a right mind could take it seriously.
Build a wall? Ban all Muslims? Who thinks this is a solution to a problem? Who subscribes to these notions?!
Answer: 60.3 million people.
People I talk to describe a surreal feeling as they watched the results come in Tuesday night, clinging to any hope that things would turn at the last minute. I didn't rest well. I couldn't turn on the news Tuesday morning.
And just two days later, I started to see it. "Trump to deport 2-3 million undocumented immigrants", considerations of a climate-change denier for environmental ministries, a creationist for education, an ultra-right-wing sensationalist journalist editor for Chief of staff. This is a tragic-comedy I'm reading, right?
Then it got worse.
"This is white-America now"
I feel sick.
Can you change the channel please? I don't seem to be able to.
Posted by Mike Geiger on Wednesday, August 5. 2015
Working in the old abandoned E.B.Eddy/Domtar paper mills at Chaudière Falls in Ottawa Ontario Canada, I noticed something moving on the floor - and realized it was the clouds.
Audio is very low, but you're not missing much.
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