Random Information

Posted: July 6, 2007 in Old Blogs

So… you know when it’s like 3am and you can’t sleep so you start flipping around cable?

And you know how after clicking through the 900 channels for the third time it finally dawns on your simple ass that there’s just as much NOT on at 3am then there is at 8pm .. and why the hell are you spending something like 120.00 bucks a month for something that you can’t watch when you could be buying shoes?

Ok.. wait.. that’s what goes through MY mind.. Mi dispiace.

Anyway.. so then the lighbulb goes off in your head and you remember that you also have ON DEMAND so you check that out and there’s even LESS on.

Or so you think.. well, or so I thought. There is actually some pretty random information on there and this is one of them. And it’s about Tuna.

Yep.. I said tuna.

Okay.. so tuna meat :: is that what it’s called? Just doesn’t seem right! :: is really, really red. It’s really, really red because a tuna never stops moving and so their bodies and their blood are chocked filled with oxygen…

Getting into now, arentcha? Hmm? Hmm? Yea.. you know you are!!

Anyway.. so when the tuna is caught :: yea.. don’t want to actually think about THAT :: it’s frozen and then it’s not so red anymore. It’s kinda brown. Which is not appealing to the consumer. Right? Right.

So what the fishmongers ::  love that word :: do.. is ADD CARBON MONOXIDE to the tuna to make it red again. See there?

Now apparently, doing that isn’t harmful to the people actually eating the tuna but I just thought that was kinda fucked up. I mean.. I don’t eat it anyway.. but it still seems pretty fucked up.

So word of advice:


Actually.. that was their advice. Mine is to just catch your damn own!

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(¸.•´ (¸.•´ .•´ ¸¸.•¨¯`•. Poor Charlie!


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