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Wednesday September 27, 2000
I can dig it.
These are a few of my favourite things

There is nothing better in the world than a Tim Horton's double chocolate donut. I tell you, I could eat one of these tasty things twice a day, every day of the week. It reminds me of the time my brother, sister-in-law and I were on our way to a cousin's wedding in Oshawa. We had time to kill and stopped at one of the many Tim Horton's near the church, ordered 2 double chocolates each (well, there may have been one Boston cream in the mix.) And you know what, the icing was still warm! Unbelievable! Never had a better 5 minutes in my entire life! Unforgettable!

Now I don't want you to get the wrong impression, Law and Order is not my favourite show. I always preferred Homicide for crime drama and Northern Exposure for yuks. But this is the thing about L and O:
almost everyday I sit in front of the television at 7:00pm and tune into the All Law and Order network. The show is formulaic, predictable, sometimes over-written and always over-acted. But it's comfy. It's cozy. And I can challenge anyone in a "name that episode in 10 seconds or less" contest.

Let me tell you about a little video game called Bust-a-Move. You get to be a weird Japanese dragon dude and you get to pop colourful little bubbles. Sounds lame, eh? Sounds like a dumb-ass kid's game, right? No sir! Picture this: when it looks like you're a goner after stringing together too many balloons from your launcher and you place the next rainbow coloured bubble in just the right position and the screen empties and POP you win... take my pulse lordy, I'm the queen of the game!

You're kidding, right? Melba Toast? The dull, dry, stale bread that tries to pass itself off as a cocktail snack cracker is one of my favourite things? But you see, it's all in the way you eat it. This is how Melba Toast makes my day - and please feel free to try this at home:
  • get some room temperature butter and a knife
  • open up one end of the protective plastic wrap of the packet
  • spread the teeny-tiniest amount of butter over the toast
  • eat all ten one at a time
That's it? Well, yes. Really. It's quite a surprising treat... and every once in a while you'll get one of those extra-crusty pieces and I tell you, when that subtle taste of salty butter just barely smacks against that hard, shiny butt-end of crispy goodness, well you just may need a cigarette!

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