Twisted Reflection

Wednesday, March 01, 2006 

And she fires

Midnight Cyanide got a workout this morning
everything is fine, but I do need to pull the chain and clean it then soak it really well
Maybe I'll be blessed with a mild spring entry

Pack the tent and the tail bags and make a run up into one of the northern canyons.

And I need to quit forgetting to pick up new rechargeable batteries for the camera


Wednesday, February 22, 2006 

The Chemical Relationship Recipe

high modulus polyethylene liner in tub
object goes in tub
Sodium Hydroxide
sluice orifices
soak warm
spray cold
rinse warm
pump liquid out
store liquid in it's own container
soak hot
rinse cold
pump liquid out
store liquid in it's own container
Sulfuric Acid
soak controlled
bring temperature up using submersible heating element until reaction is excited slightly only
add Hydrochloric Acid
soak and watch carefully for unwanted reaction
adjust temperature using ice directly and turning adjusting element
agitate every 15 minuets
turn element off
ice bath
spray clean
pump liquid out
store liquid in it's own container
repeat from * if needed
PH neutralize all containers contents
discard liquid and flush well the drain
flush containers with 10% bleach solution
rinse then dry
refill with waist oils and vehicle fuel
remove objects bones from tub
scrub neutralize and flush tub liner
let liner dry then remove and roll into tight wound tube and tape
cut tube into 6 inch lengths
dry bones in oven for 1 hour at 500 deg F then 2 at 350 turn down if smoking
remove and allow to cool enough to handle
place in 20% white gas 30% diesel 50% karaseen while still warm
soak for 8 hours at room temperature in closed container
remove and wrap in a waxed burlap bundle
bundle tightly in steel mesh
secure using stainless steal wire
55 gallon drum prepared properly for assisted aspiration
fill 1/4 full of charcoal
lay bundle on top then add another equal amount of charcoal
pour unused 20% 30% 50% mix into cold coals
cap barrel with lid and short exhaust hood
drop match into "pilot and check" hole
let burn for 10 minuets unassisted
turn on blower ( 200 CFM minimum into bottom forced air inlet )
internal temperature should approach 12-1500 deg F
feed one length of rolled liner threw pilot/check hole every ten minuets until gone
along with crushed whiskey bottles from the last 48 hours
use steel rod to check charcoal level every half hour threw check/pilot hole
once coals have dropped to less than half depth turn blower off
let burn unassisted for half an hour
remove barrel cover and exhaust
remove top layer of coals into metal container
remove bundle with tongs gently and set on metal plate to cool
use removed coals in BBQgrill and throw a couple steaks
have a beer and take a break
cut wire on bundle once cool and loosen contents
dump contents into a thick canvas doufle bag that is waxed on the outside
use a 3 to 5 pound sledge hammer to mill the contents while in the bag
scatter on pre-designated area of ground
along with leftover charcoal ash,green sand,potash,bagged compost, blood meal, a bag or two of cow manure and till under well then water well
dump a container or two of night crawlers on top
burn bag
two days later plant your favorite variety of wild flowers
dial up that red head you met last weekend and go out for dinner
repeat as necessary

† soak times will vary depending on mass of object and other conditions
† always ware appropriate personal protection
† appropriate air extraction and scrubbing may be needed
† drinking heavily while standing next to a tub full of hot acid may be dangerous to your health
† industrial lab certification suggested in case of OSHA inspection

Authors note:
This is a fictional piece of work
For reading entertainment only
Some details and knowledge were left out intentionally
Thus this scenario is not fully operable
I am not responsible for stupid people

Blame the rest on my spell checker


Friday, February 17, 2006 

Here is a new concept

Legalize Freedom


Thursday, February 16, 2006 

Shift Gears

Mental panoramic of a .. once upon
Held illusion of a .. should have been
Faded hologram of that .. oasis mirage

It's vexing how we often want to hold on to everything that we never had yet throw away once in hand.

Still waiting for the .. what's to come
To distracted by the .. what almost was
Knowing full well what I .. should have done

You see, our past is existing proof that every decision we make changes our whole future path and event. What many never learn to do is reflect, and then move on rather than repeating or standing still. Full aware that the next step .. every step effects what ground we have before us after that.

Even when presented with a mirror image of what didn't come, we must still move on... knowing what never was.
Sometimes... we have to give up a dream... to live out the next. Or remain there in the remnants forever.

" and it was said that the legacy was short lived, that his destiny had found it's ends as all surveyed faded away. The mossy castle walls crumbled into dust and rubble leaving only the shields and swords of the gate guards half buried and a single thrown open to the elements. His place to set and ponder eternity, staring out into nothing whilst the dust settled and collected within the aging creases of his face.

A traveler once claimed that if one approached him and looked into the gaze what could be seen a view of what once was in the emotionless stare and described it as the "land of the endless midnight star". A place just at the edge of reality illuminated without an apparent source yet cold and dark. And claimed to see it recurring within his own dreams and nightmares, another world so real yet non existent . "

excerpt from a chapter in Semel Erro


Wednesday, February 15, 2006 


Progress is impossible without change; and those who cannot change their minds, cannot change anything.’
— George Bernard Shaw

Change is not merely necessary to life—it is life.’
— Alvin Toffler

The altar cloth of one aeon is the doormat of the next.’
— Mark Twain

'Weep not that the world changes—did it keep
A stable, changeless state, it were cause indeed to weep.’

— William Bryant

‘In order to learn one must change one’s mind.’
— Orson Scott Card

'To improve is to change. To be perfect is to change often.’
— Winston Churchill


Tuesday, February 14, 2006 

Imrove perfection ??

Humm.. my horoscope for tomorrow is telling me to "improve your look".

I guess it time to take my monthly swim in the pond and then wash cloths, underwear are getting a tad stiff anyhow.. maybe I should finally get around to sewing the holes up in my socks too. Spring won't be long from now, maybe I should shave off the face insulation, trim my toe nails before they grow threw my boot tips. Carve a new wooden tooth... lesse.. what else



Valentine Grinch

How come it is OK to make Fat bastard, reindeer stew, grinchy jokes about Christmas but not ok to do it with any other holiday ? Especially valentines.

I mean, come on

When I look at your wife and then you and say "man, cupid sure has realy bad aim.. huh".. it was just a joke!!... gueeez, chill out.
I do understand why you bought that bottle of wine with the chocolates though... HA!!!

a chuckle for the day

Daddy's little girl

Little Melissa comes home from first grade and tells her father
that they learned about the history of Valentine's Day. "Since
Valentine's Day is for a Christian saint and we're Jewish," she
asks, "will God get mad at me for giving someone a valentine?
Melissa's father thinks a bit, then says "No, I don't think God
would get mad. Who do you want to give a valentine to?"

"Osama Bin Laden," she says

"Why Osama Bin Laden," her father asks in shock
"Well," she says, "I thought that if a little American Jewish
girl could have enough love to give Osama a valentine, he might
start to think that maybe we're not all bad, and maybe start loving people
a little bit.

And if other kids saw what I did and sent valentines to Osama,
he'd love everyone a lot. And then! he'd start going all over the
place to tell everyone how much he loved them and how he didn't hate
anyone anymore."

Her father's heart swells and he looks at his daughter with
newfound pride.

"Melissa, that's the most wonderful thing I've ever heard."

"I know," Melissa says, "and once that gets him out in the open,
the Marines could blow the crap out of him." who's taking me out for McDonalds and a six pack and then meaningless sex in the back seat tonight ?
I'll even bring the breath mints and condoms.


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