October 14, 2005

It's a working man's Tuna...

Regarding Genova: "Likewise, when I just need to kick back after a long day of changing 1’s into 0’s and 0’s into 1’s, nothing satisfies my primal fish urge better than a can of Genova. It’s not a tuna for the ages, but it’s still my basic pantry staple. "

I work with Ben :-)

4 comments:

Justin Pfister said...

Without time or cooking skills, I've done some very creative things with this stuff.

Recipe:
- 1 can or so of tuna

- Tomato sauce (whatever you can find)

- Some Really Hot Peppers / Garlic (anything that will add nice flavor. The more the better)

- Make some Ramon Noodles (toss the flavor packets in the trash)

Cooking:

Toss the above ingredients in a pan with some olive oil. Turn the burners on as high as possible to make everything sizzle. In a minute or so! Voila..

All this takes about 5 minutes and wouldn't be complete without a can of Tuna.

Brady Westwater said...

Since no one at GOOGLE will admit or even tell us to what is going on, I have had to talk to other bloggers to find out why I have not been able to post for two days.

Supposedly, blogs with few posts - and I have 300 in one year - but with a lot of links have been shut down without any prior warning by Google. Even Microsoft at its worst has never screwed over its customers this badly.

Now as I write a blog about the media - most of my posts link to the articles I am write about, hence I have a lot of links. But Goggle has now decided to censor my views and no longer allows me to post.

All I get is this:

006 Please contact Blogger Support.blog/46/41/4/lacowboy/index.html

Except - there is no way to contact anyone at blogger support...

--
Brady Westwater

Chris DiBona said...

Hi Brady, here's a response:

You are in the support queue, have some patience and go read the faq...the answer is already there. Honestly, if you just want to be mr. aggro, please feel free to go another free blog provider.

giuseppe said...

Hey man...what the hell is a "Genova" in the states...consider that if you say a can of genova in my country (italy) that'd be a can taken out of the geneva's sea, which is very polluted. hahaha...that made ma laugh**nice to meet you anyway

giuseppe---am italian googler