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Green olives and ham - The Road
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Juan
Date: 2005-12-11 22:16
Subject: Green olives and ham
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I've been craving green olives lately, and I've eaten a whole jar of them this week.
Probably more green olives than I've eaten in the whole last 5 years of my life have been eaten by me in the last few weeks. It's kinda weird.
Olives are kinda meaty for a vegetable. Salty and vinegary too, but I like that.
My love for bacon still abides.


Presentation tomorrow evening, babysitting the nephew in the morning. Not a bad day.
Man, there's one slacker in every group this year. bah.

I need to start making New Year's plans. See if the old Houston gaming crew is up to anything.
I'd like to hang with them again, I miss those guys.

Saw Narnia the other day. I enjoyed the movie, although there were a few sections that were different than what I had imagined.

I'm strangely moved by scenes that involve people leaving their homes for their lives.
Exodus. Just the word brings up a huge emotional connotation for me, and seeing kids with tags around their necks like they were packages having to be sent away from their family really got me.
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Diana
User: frugal_fatshion
Date: 2005-12-12 15:20 (UTC)
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That movie was awesome, I think. I never read the books though. I hope to this summer.

Olives are kinda meaty for a vegetable. Salty and vinegary too, but I like that.
You are the cutest human being on planet Earth.
And now I want olives.
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Veve
User: veve
Date: 2005-12-12 19:58 (UTC)
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I agree green olives are good!

I started adding them to my ham sandwiches sometimes...complete goodness.

Oh and on a bit of bread with cheese(like a brie) amazing!
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