I almost took a nap here. (at Bluefin)
Here’s an artsy photo of an artsy painting. That’s double artsy.
Tonight we celebrated December birthdays (Shauna’s and Izzy’s) at a sushi place downtown. I had a great time, a fancy meal, a stiff drink and a threesome on a bed in public.
The internet in person is so much fun. I can’t wait until there’s another MeMe (Memphis meetup).
Good thing I wasn’t planning on running for public office.
Aren’t you glad bacon brought you back to the meat eating world, Izzy?
Happy belated birthday celebration. A bed with two women in public isn’t the worst way to celebrate.
My phone does let Izzy show with flash. It’s not always discriminatory.
The restaurant had beds.
We were in that bed like this for at least 15 minutes.
[Checking this off the list of things I never thought I’d do.]
Sriracha documentary released online this week
Producing a documentary means overcoming roadblocks. Many people declined to be in the film, including the principal character David Tran.
Even Tran admitted that he was reluctant to allow Hammond in his old Rosemead factory or the new 650,000 square foot state-of-the-art factory he just built in Irwindale. Ultimately, Tran said he was pleased with the outcome.
"I was not going to let Griffin do it in the beginning," Tran said. "I heard someone say that it is more difficult to visit Huy Fong than the Pentagon.”
But I persisted, and convinced Huy Fong Foods that my motivations were sincere and respectful. David took a chance on me, was very generous, and gave me more access than I anticipated. It’s been really rewarding meeting him and learning about his business!
The taste good movie of the year.
I can’t wait for the sequel.
Meanwhile, in an all Sriracha blog near you,
the spiciest movie of the century.
Santa has some thick blood…
He sure does.
And it tastes good in ramen and on steamed veggies.
(Santa’s blood is Sriracha because I don’t have ketchup
and hot sauce is too runny.)
Santa is a little tied up.
I’ll be taking his place.