March 29, 2004

I think that I let the sponge proof a bit too long - like, twelve hours too long. All the bubbly little critters must have spent their load before I got to 'em. At first we didn't have flour, then we went to lunch, then to Home Depot, then I got a crippling migrane, and we went home without flour, and then I started on the woodworking while Bernie went to the store, and I finally started in on the actual bread-making many hours late. So, the bread is a bit, uh, dense. But it tastes pretty good - it's just the texture that's all wrong. Well, now I know - next time, for sure.

(March 29, 2004 01:55 AM)

where are you now?TX?i can't understand what the "zombie attack" is.coz i am not an american.and my bad english.could you tell me clear?

Posted by: jin on March 29, 2004 08:53 PM

Yes, I'm in Austin, Texas, United States of America. The zombie attack is the certain eventuality that the dead will rise to consume the living. Although there have been isolated incidents of the "living dead", there has not been a full-blown Class 4 outbreak in recorded history - but it is inevitable, and it is better to prepare for the worst rather than fall to the hungry dead before your time. This phenomenon is not an American one - there have been reports across the globe of zombie infection incidents. It may not start here, but if it does, we'll be ready - and you should be, too.

Posted by: Marc on March 29, 2004 09:11 PM

i see.i search in the internet.i am in china.i suppose here is it H5 ...?i don't know now to spell.take care!

Posted by: jin on March 30, 2004 02:13 AM

Nowhere is safe. One of the earliest evidences of solanum infection was found in China, dating from the Qin Dynasty, circa 212 B.C. In fact, there have been reports of suspected undead activity in China (Khotan, near the nuclear plant in Xinjiang) as recently as 1987! Look for information on the "Eternal Waking Nightmare" - your best defense is to always be prepared, always be on the lookout! Best of luck.

Posted by: Marc on March 30, 2004 02:25 AM

you flabbergast me!you know such many things about china.i don't know as a chineses:(by the way,many of your photos are too dark to see.and which is you?:P

Posted by: jin on March 30, 2004 03:39 AM
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