Good 42º morning. A cloud cover is keeping in the heat...
Well, "heat" to us when it could be in the 30º's!
OK, today is 10-12 ... so in radio car speak 10-12 means nothing. There is no 10-12 code. :0( but tomorrow 10-13, there is!
Got this from Wilsonite Greg Lundell.... OMG! The customer service number for "healthcare.gov" is 1-800-318-2596
or ... 1-800-F_CKYO !!!
The website... https://www.healthcare.gov/contact-us/
This can't be a coincidence! That's his aim folks, to F*CK everyone in this country!!!! Well, except if you are illegal, muslim, black, welfare needy...., it's the white people with jobs and businesses he wants to F*CK over! Yes, those other folks are not being held accountable, but we will have to pay for it all. Ain't life just grand!
Historically this date....
... and as I have said before my aunt Agnes Mills worked for Macintosh Clothiers on Hollywood Blvd back in the '50's and '60's. Marilyn Monroe had custom clothes made there with built in bras. George Raft who played gangster parts came in to have suits made and my aunt got scared, thinking he was a real gangster!
1892 – The Pledge of Allegiance is first recited by students in many US public schools, as part of a celebration marking the 400th anniversary of Columbus's voyage.
1933 – The United States Army Disciplinary Barracks on Alcatraz Island, is acquired by the United States Department of Justice
1962 – Infamous Columbus Day Storm strikes the U.S. Pacific Northwest with record wind velocities; 46 dead and at least U.S. $230 million in damages
2000 – The USS Cole is badly damaged in Aden, Yemen, by two suicide bombers, killing 17 crew members and wounding at least 39
And births this date include...
1935 – Luciano Pavarotti, Italian tenor (d. 2007)
... .His singing was awesome....
1968 – Hugh Jackman, Australian actor and singer
1977 – Bode Miller, American alpine ski-racer
Yesterday I met Jennifer Murphy (aka Kitchen Company employee with FLAIR!) at Musashi in Grants Pass, for lunch.
Miyamoto Musashi was a fabled warrior that lived in Japan at the beginning of the 17th Century. After making a name for himself at the battle of Sekigahara in 1600, he established himself as a master duelist, one that was never defeated. But the restaurant in Grants Pass is not a venue for dueling. It's claim to fame is FOOD! Good Japanese food!
Tim, the sushi chef, is funny and so nice. Born in Japan to a father who was in the US military. He even went to Rogue River High School!
We had a GREAT time chatting with him and then some other guests who arrived, the owner of Applegate Lodge, in Applegate Oregon. Interesting. He and his lodge will be on Hell's Kitchen with Chef Gordon Ramsey in February 2014. Lunch for Jennifer was a concoction that I couldn't begin to tell you what it was, but it was GOOD!
Then she had a "cooked tuna with spices and "Japanese mayonnaise" or Kewpie Mayonnaise.. a sweeter version of plain mayo, "..... "Kewpie Mayonnaise is THE mayonnaise of Japan. First made in 1925. Kewpie has a richer, creamier flavor than your usual mayonnaise due to its exclusive use of egg yolks and a mix of apple and malt vinegars and sugar." YUMMMMM....
I had a sashimi/sushi plate.... salmon, tuna, taco (octopus), and a California roll!
We had a GREAT time, GREAT food, and a good chatty visit!
Then I headed over to Brian's office. My iPad was acting up and he fixed it! Naturally. He is my IT-go-to-guy! (He was IT for Penske Auto Group, after all!) (Not to say you aren't Turk! But I also wanted a visit with my son!)
Home to my critters. Nice day. Got to 69º. Dinner was another concoction... Ravioli and broccoli and some dried garlic and onion, simmered til the ravioli was done. Drain off water. Add the drained tomatoes and the cheesy simmer sauce.... heat through...
FOOTBALL tomorrow and Monday night~!!
All I know. Happy Saturday. Nuff said. Ciao.
xo Sue Mom Bobo
National Gumbo Day