Went to some place called world cafe and ordered a seafood ramen. Didn't realize that they meant a variety of seafood not just fake crap and tiny shrimp. I mean there are tentacles in my food. Made me think of the following silly scenario:
Joe: Excuse me waiter?
Joe: there's a tentacle in my soup.
Waiter: you ordered the seafood soup sir. It has a worldly variety of sea creatures in various pieces, in a tasty piping hot broth.
Joe: well that's fine I suppose, but this tentacle is growing, thrashing about and I could swear it was demanding sacrifices.
Waiter: that's the Chthulu special, I'd advise that you find someone to sacrifice quickly or else...too late. We need more sacri, er customers!!
Anyhow... I believe places like NYC, DC, And tourist cities in general should institute one tourist rule: don't block the sidewalk. Yes we know you're new to the area and find this fascinating, but doesn't it annoy you when some group of people stop in your way to gawk at something? At least don't block the middle of the sidewalk, let us working slobs get through. Sheesh.
Rambling aside, trying to push through some issues at work to avoid murders as usual and after an odd practice where we decided to not play Mr. Crowley tonight I have one of 2 shows this week, and a likely mini tour sometime this year with my old friends, Deceased. Our guitarist James is filling in for them and we get more exposure. Sweet...
Ok, enough rambling, I now have to attack the beast in my Ramen. Have at thee!!!
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