What’s cookin’?

Today’s Wall of Clouds.

When I woke up without a big ol’ knife quivering in my rib cage I knew it was going to be a good day.

The morning clouds were back, which ordinarily makes for a great sunrise, but the iPhone’s camera was not cooperating, so you’ll have to settle for a less colorful snap from later in the morning.

At least I could step outside to take it. How’d you like to be jailin’ with Tobias “Julio Child” Gutierrez, who Duck! City police say spent Sunday slicing and dicing his way along Central? No thank you, please. And don’t give my homie anything sharper than a rubber spatula come chow time at the lockup. God only knows what he’s cooking up in that head of his.

Dude was riding a BMX bike, too, so, more positive press for cyclists. Yay. I bet he wasn’t wearing a helmet, either.

Speaking of cooking, we finally ate our way through a fridge full of Southwestern goodies that I started cooking back on the 10th — chicken enchiladas in green chile, turkey tacos, beans with chipotle chile, Mexican rice, etc., et al., and so on and so forth — and so today I will have to cook again instead of simply reheating leftovers. My suffering knows no bounds.

Let’s see here, what else is going on? Super Bowel? Didn’t watch, don’t care. Winter Olympics? Not watching, don’t care. There are very few actual sports in the Winter Games. If the winner is determined by a finish line, timer, or goals/points scored, it’s a sport. Anything that depends upon judges is a performance.

Especially if it happens in a courtroom. You have any idea how many times our man Tobias went to jail before Sunday?

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6 Responses to “What’s cookin’?”

  1. Si Little Says:

    With you on time, place, goals, distance , and height.

  2. John A Levy Says:

    I agree on Stupid Bowl, most of the Olympics except for biathlon, speedskating, and cross country those folks are serious athletes and trued aerobic animals. Skiers are pretty good but curling gimme a break. as for BMX ers too much speed, weed, and meth and those are the good points. plus bikes are never locked up so any pendejo can acquire one. But Albuquerque is losing its allure as a place to retire, LOve the sunshine and climate but crime and drought seem to be a persistent theme. Not ready to give up but pause and consider decision yes

  3. Pat O’Brien Says:

    Word on olympics and super bowl, both professional activities focused on $ in the end. And, I wish a bankruptcy of two on WADA and the IOC.

    Good thing our “Psycho on a Bikeo” didn’t have the means to act on this ad. Maybe his man card had expired?

  4. DownhillBill Says:

    The DC snipers were also big Bushmaster fans.

  5. Shawn Says:

    Isn’t a Bushmaster something you get when you feel that you are not man enough? Isn’t that what the name implies in a Freudian way? I have a thought of the character Cinque in the movie Amistad. That is somebody who needs no bushmaster.

    A dry read regarding the gun industry in America is “The Gunning of America” by Pamela Haag. Her research indicates that if you create the market and interest, they will come to buy. Not because they need, but because they want. A natural human tendency when what is important to us is our self need.

    So what do you think of knife control?

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