Tuesday, February 27, 2007

I Will Be Going To The Movies, In FIVE weeks

Irvine CA - 20 April

Everything's Gone Green
US Theatrical Release

Distrubuted in the US by First Independent Pictures

Irvine CA - 20 April
Austin TX - 20 April
Raleigh NC - 20 April
Madison WI - 27 April
Seattle WA - 04 May
Columbus OH - tbd
Ann Arbor MI - tbd

Game Over

Watch this video...

Saturday, February 17, 2007

Hey, what do YOU think about this?

found on boing boingClick on the pic for larger image.

-Mr. DNA (thinks life would be pretty boring if we all agreed on everything)

Friday, February 16, 2007

Cheese Friday™ : This is how I roll

Mr. DNA (thinks he's hungry)

GEEKS REJOICE: Tron Light Cycle is a go!

Product Page

When I'm fighting for the users, I'll be doing it in style.


Wednesday, February 14, 2007


This just in!

is the new black.

We now return you to your regularly scheduled program.

Mr.DNA (knowledge is power)

Happy Valentine's Day!

This day in American History:

From Wikipedia.org
On the morning of Thursday, February 14, 1929, St. Valentine's Day, seven members of George 'Bugs' Moran's gang were lined up against the rear inside wall of the garage of the S-M-C Cartage Company in the Lincoln Park neighborhood of Chicago's North Side. They were then shot and killed by five members of Al Capone's gang (two of whom were dressed as police officers). When one of the dying men, Frank "Tight Lips" Gusenberg, was asked who shot him, he replied, "Nobody shot me." Capone himself had arranged to be on vacation in Florida at the time.

I hope your day goes better than it did for these guys.

Mr.DNA (I ain't sayin' nothin')

Monday, February 12, 2007

Ummm, hey, ummm...

I think this is how a fetish starts.

Mr. DNA (no comment)

Friday, February 09, 2007

Cheese Friday™ Don't forget where you came from.

Me and Mr. Kane kicking it old skool.

Good times, good times.

Mr. DNA (has a very refined palate)

Tuesday, February 06, 2007

WHO'S WITH ME?... Hello, is this thing on?

Ira Glass ★ Steven Barclay Agency

I like This American Life (note the use of caps, I'm not just saying that I enjoy living in America).

They are doing a show in LA on March 12th 2007.

Who wants to go with me?

Monday, March 12, 2007 - Los Angeles
, CA Royce Hall - Live TAL Show. Tickets available February
9 at www.ticketmaster.com,
Charge by Phone 310-825-2101 or 213-365-3500, or the UCLA Central
Ticket Office at the James West Alumni Center

I'm not offering to pay, I'm not even volunteering to drive. But I am going.

thePrisoner (NPR is cool, shut up!)

The Opposite Of Smile

Monday, February 05, 2007

Friday, February 02, 2007

Cheese Friday™ : California, we rule!

California's cheese industry closes in on Wisconsin
Fresno Bee

If California has happy cows, Wisconsin's must be depressed.
The Golden State is expected to topple the Dairy State as the largest cheese maker in the nation. But it won't be easy and may even take a couple of years. California wrestled away the title of leading milk producer nearly a decade ago. read more

Here's a quick history of Cheese in California:
From www.realcaliforniacheese.com

1769 Cheesemaking Introduced To California
Father Junipero Serra begins to establish the 21 missions that still dot the California coastline. He introduces many varieties of fruits and vegetables, including grapes, and lays the foundation for the agriculture industry in California. He also introduces dairy cows and cheesemaking.

1882 Monterey Jack, A California Original, Is Born
David Jacks, a businessman in Monterey County, is the first to market Monterey Jack, which his Swiss and Portuguese dairymen develop from old mission recipes. It becomes one of the most popular cheeses in the country.

1915 Dry Jack Created
Dry Jack is created when a San Francisco cheese wholesaler, D.F. DeBernardi, leaves an order of fresh Monterey Jack in storage for too long. Later, when World War I interrupts shipments of Parmesan and Romano from Italy, he discovers that aging has caused the Jack to harden and acquire a sweet, nutty flavor. Italian-American families quickly adopt this delicious alternative to the Italian hard cheeses. By the 1930s, an estimated 60 California cheesemakers are producing Dry Jack.

1920s Greek Immigrants Develop Teleme, Another California Original
In attempting to recreate Teleme, a Feta-like cheese found in Greece and nearby countries, Greek immigrants near San Francisco create an entirely new cheese from fresh cows milk - California Teleme. This unique semi-soft cheese has a distinctive rice flour rind.

1993 California Becomes Nation's Dairy State
The state's milk production reaches 25 billion pounds, making California the leading milk producer in the country. Nearly four out of every 10 gallons of milk produced goes to California cheesemakers.

2000 Cheese Friday™ is born
Details are confidential.

2005 California Cheese Production Surpasses 2B Pounds

California cheese production reaches a record 2.14 billion pounds in 2005. The state's more than 50 cheesemakers produce 250 different varieties and styles of cheese, and industry experts project that California will soon become the leading cheese producing state.

thanks to snavy for reminding me to post!

Mr. DNA (copy & pasting since 1994)