Hugs and Pullups wrapped up our six week run at the Second Stage Theater this past Friday (3/25). Thank You to all the teams that performed with us during this run; it was our pleasure to perform with you.
Also, I want to send out a huge Thank You to everyone that came out, supported us, and enjoyed our comedy over the past six weeks. It was wonderful performing for everyone! We appreciate your support!
We looking forward to seeing you all in the future! Have a wonderful spring!
How organic is too organic? Many of my family and friends strongly subscribe to the philosophy that organic food is better for you and will help you live forever. I think that’s wonderful, but if you’ve seen the Green Mile, you may want to rethink that philosophy (that’s another post for another day). I stumbled upon this article last week (Baby Gaga) and it seems we are pushing the limits… Breast Milk Ice Cream?
That sounds like a bit too much for me… This is coming from someone who loves to eat pretty much anything. I think there is too much of a good thing in this land. I think it’s time to say, we have taken “Organic” a bit too far?
I admit it, I love food. Yes, it’s true! One thing that I love to put on multiple types of food is Ranch Dressing. Yep, I said it, Ranch Dressing, and I’m sorry Kraft’ you just don’t cut it… When I say Ranch Dressing I mean Hidden Valley Ranch. I’ll even accept the Hidden Valley Ranch Light, but not the fat free version – that’s where I draw my line – we all have standards.
Let me tell you the ways you can use Ranch Dressing on/over the following:
- Salad (obviously – it’s intended use)
- Chicken Wings (replacement for Blu Cheese)
- Chicken Fingers (mix it with BBQ Sauce for extra zing)
- Steak (as a replacement for a Hollandaise sauce)
- Over a wound for healing
- Helps with weight loss
- Helps regrow hair
- Restore sight
Let me know how you feel about Ranch (below). How can you not love Ranch Dressing? It will enhance your life…
Here’s a bit of wisdom that I picked up this week during the Chicago Blizzard of 2011.
( E. Jason Wambsgans, Chicago Tribune / February 2, 2011 )
DO NOT Challenge Mother Nature when snow is involved! (see blizzard challenge) I was brash and young enough that the weathermen predict and control the weather. I want to let you all know that this is not the case. I believe it to be a higher power – Mother Nature. When you challenge her to a duel you better be ready to reap the consequences. I did and lost.
This is my formal apology to the city of Chicago for my brash statements last week. I am sorry for causing the Chicago blizzard of 2011 the third worst blizzard in Chicago History. I promise next time I will choose my words carefully.
I hope everyone in the Chicago and Chicagoland area has it in their heart to forgive me.