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Squeat Mungry

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  1. Ha! We're so sorry that we screwed up your entire life that we're going to just go right ahead and say "re-attempt". You're welcome.
  2. Late to the party, but what your friend wanted is The Sausage Factory. Hilarious Castro district joke, but arguably the best food of that kind to be found in the City.
  3. It took me forever to remember my password into this place, and then I find you lot whinging about everything.
  4. RIP I'll say a little prayer.
  5. Just catching up as I can, here, but yes: Horowitz is the bee's knees! She, Grandin and others are hopefully offsetting the horrid advice from that 'whispering' guy. Suzanne, you should get a dog before anybody goes.
  6. Deb, I already pinged you on FaceBook, but I'm so so sorry for your loss of Evie, and her perfectly diamond-shaped head. I do know what it feels like to have a beloved pet-shaped hole in your heart, and you have my deepest sympathies.
  7. Made carnitas yesterday using mostly Jaymes's recipe. I did use milk. Didn't get around to eating it yesterday, but today it is delicious! Thanks again, Jaymes! ETA: I cooked it in my new cheapo slow cooker and finished it under the broiler in the toaster oven.
  8. Ugh. I am so lame. Check your PMs. Come with!
  9. Least popular: 1. Guano Bars 2. Acid Reflux Twizzlers 3. Chaff Surprise Maybe I'm doing it wrong? Oh well, there's always next year...
  10. Steph, I'd love to have lunch with you while you're here. I'll be working way downtown that Friday. My office is a block away from Barbacco, the trattoria from the Perbacco folks, which I've been meaning to try. Any interest in that?
  11. This has all been covered above and/or elsewhere. It is cheaper and ultimately more efficient to simply complain when necessary. And thank you.
  12. Oh, hi! Miss you guys terribly and hope to be more engaged soon, but I just had to pop in and complain about the heat. (You know, just so's you'll remember who I am.) Cheers to all from Hot Squeat and the Hot Dog.
  13. Mission Dolores, a relatively old mission, is in the same block as me. Maybe I should stop in there and say a prayer for you guys? Good to know you are available for emergencies! Where you been? Bread lines and soup kitchens, mostly. I know, being destitute and unemployed sounds glamorous and ideal, but it tends to eat into a fella's leisure time. (Nice to know I was missed!) But now I got me one of those fancy job thingies, so you're likely to have to put up with me again for a while at least. Dude, I recently posted in your thread to see if you had melted away or someth
  14. Mission Dolores, a relatively old mission, is in the same block as me. Maybe I should stop in there and say a prayer for you guys? Good to know you are available for emergencies! Where you been? Bread lines and soup kitchens, mostly. I know, being destitute and unemployed sounds glamorous and ideal, but it tends to eat into a fella's leisure time. (Nice to know I was missed!) But now I got me one of those fancy job thingies, so you're likely to have to put up with me again for a while at least.
  15. Mission Dolores, a relatively old mission, is in the same block as me. Maybe I should stop in there and say a prayer for you guys?
  16. I posted in the other thread, but I's a-scared for youse guys! Please be safe, and check in.
  17. Holy crap, you guys, what the hell? Be safe, people! Edited to add: we're going to need updates.
  18. Wow. This is an interesting thread -- thanks, Yvonne! Like most, it was "Mommy" and "Daddy" early on. Switched to "Mom" and "Dad" in my teens, I guess. Since she passed (twenty years ago), my siblings and I refer to our mother by her given (middle) name "Louise" when we talk about her. I don't know why that is. Names go funny in our family, though: like my mother, I've gone through life with my middle name. My maternal grandmother was called "Tom" (not her name) by everyone who knew her. My dog is named "Doctor" after my maternal grandfather, who was not a doctor. We called him "Grandd
  19. Dammit -- this is what I get for not checking in. You better still be having a happy birthday, missy!
  20. Some folks remember nearly everything. My dad is like that. Continues to piss me off.
  21. admit it, you pulled that dog out of the phone booth in order to take it for yourself. much more luxe than a room at the "y" Wish I had thought of that! Probably would have been better than going back to the Y. At least the dog got to his safe warm home.
  22. I'm sorry for all youse NY and northeast seaboard guys! I was in Manhattan once years ago (I think '81?) when it was like that. The subways shut down. I rescued a dog from a snow-banked phone booth. Was staying in a ratty YMCA 'room' with no heat. Ugh. I still get to complain, though (don't I?): we're about to have yet another storm. The park is already a muddy sinkhole, fallen tree branches everywhere, and Doctor hates the weather, which makes me hate it, too. Come soon, 2011!
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