Thursday, October 29, 2015

Thursday Nights…

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Friday, December 19, 2014

CHEESE FRIDAY: 99 Cheese Pizza

They said it couldn't be done but nobody told Johnny di Francesco!
 Photo Johannah Leggatt the Guardian



Update to my Christmas wish list:  The number 1 spot is now this 99 Cheese Pizza. 

 Austrailian chef  Johnny di Francesco from the Melbourne restaurant 400Gradi created the 8th wonder of the World and proved nothing is impossible.   To make the masterpiece he first created a "super Cheese" by melting 94 Cheeses in a pot and eventually "blast chilling" them into one solid piece of cheese.  Then he added five more Cheeses to the top of the super Cheese. Fior di latte, buffalo mozzarella, goat cheese, ricotta and shaved raspadura.  The result according to Johannah Leggatt from the Guardian AU is, "Fantastic. Di Francesco has created a balanced and surprisingly nuanced pizza. It sounds like a supersized hot mess, the kind of novelty cuisine you might see on a menu at a suburban pizza and ribs joint, but it is anything but."

So if you have extra money lying around and would like to make a donation towards the Mr. DNA Needs Travel Money For Australian 99 Cheese Pizza Fund please hit me up in the comments.

-Mr. DNA (has been really good this year, Santa) 

New Demands From Sony Hackers.

(REUTERS) Early Friday morning a series of new demands from a group claiming to be the hackers behind the recent leaked materials from Sony were made public.
The demands appear to confirm that the hacker(s) are, as suspected, from North Korea or operating on North Korea's behalf.
Some of their demands include:
Re-releasing the famous Sony Walkman cassette player, but "Don't cheap out on the headphones so much, really give us a nice bit of padding on the ear thingies" and "Do something about the battery life, AA batteries are pretty spendy y'know".

Another demand:
A series of feature films featuring Steven Seagal as "A gruff former CIA hitman who suddenly has to run an orphanage full of these crazy kids, just adorable little tykes".  This demand came with an outline for "The first trilogy"in the series and a request for feedback to be delivered to a P.O. Box in North Hollywood.

Requests for comment by Sony representatives and Steven Seagal were not immediately responded to.

Friday, September 12, 2014

Cheese Friday!!!

So nice!

-Mr. DNA (loves his brandy with cheese)

Friday, May 30, 2014

CHEESE FRIDAY! Oh, the humanity!

 "Truck full of cheese burns..."

(Photo: JARED KATZ, for the Free Press)

via Burlington Free Press 
"A tractor trailer truck carrying 34,000 pounds of cheese caught fire on Interstate 89 northbound near Exit 11 in Richmond this morning.
The driver of the truck was not injured in the fire but was taken to the hospital...
The truck and all the cheese were destroyed.

-Mr. DNA (This is the worst thing I've ever witnessed.)


Friday, May 24, 2013

R.I.P. Lt. Hondo Harrelson

From Wikipedia:
Steve Forrest (September 29, 1925 – May 18, 2013) was an American actor who was well known for his role as Lt. Hondo Harrelson in the short lived television series S.W.A.T. which ran in 1975 through 1976.

Born William Forrest Andrews in Huntsville in east Texas. Forrest was a younger brother of movie actor Dana Andrews. Among Forrest's notable films are So Big, for which he won the Golden Globe Award for New Star of the Year – Actor, The Longest Day, North Dallas Forty, and Mommie Dearest. He had cameo roles in Spies Like Us, Amazon Women on the Moon, and the movie version of S.W.A.T..
Forrest's television credits include the title role of the British crime drama The Baron, The DuPont Show with June Allyson, S.W.A.T., Hollywood Wives, Rod Serling's hour-long Twilight Zone episode "The Parallel" (as well as Serling's Night Gallery segment "The Waiting Room"), Gunsmoke, one episode in which he portrays Will Mannon (one of the very few men ever to out draw Matt Dillon), and Dallas, in which he played an impostor pretending to be Jock Ewing. It was a possibility to introduce the character as a permanent replacement, but the change did not go over well with audiences and the storyline was written out of the show.

Lets roll!

-Mr. DNA

Monday, November 26, 2012

Friday, September 21, 2012


-Mr. DNA (is not well)

Tuesday, September 04, 2012

We're back?  Maybe, maybe not.
Time will tell.  But until then why don't you watch this video.

-Mr. DNA