Sunday, February 18, 2007

Random

There are many long term running jokes on this blog. Among them is my disdain for the local Maple Syrup and Commie Ice Cream. I did try the local product a while back and I honestly preffer Mrs Butterworth. The local product is quite powerful and makes your hair stand up. Oddly it has a slightly vanila after taste that some swear by. If you have never tried it do not apply it like you would Mrs Butterworth.

The other running gag is Commie Ice Cream that I do not go near even when offered for free. One of our long term posters swears by Chunky Monkey. It is a good product
with a unique taste but I haven't seen chunks of anything. Obviously Commies have to produce a good product when they are faced with competition. Very interesting product but I will stick with Breyers.

Another myth is that Vermont Water tastes better than NYC water. The local water tastes dreadful. However a friend who works on a local ski run gave me some spring water from where he works. It is amazing how much better that tastes than the water twenty miles away.

I did forgett I picket up Bridgitte Gabriel's book. I will read it after Planet India
as India is a topic we need to think about. My guess is that as outsorcing makes lives miserable that the far left will pick up the gauntlet. I have allready heard India described as the new Zionist entity by the far left.

One more note on the post Meaeting with Moonbats the ubber Moonbat Weazie shows up with his usual shtick. I responded that he is the "ass in the assylum " and he is not to pleased. I haven't visited his site in around six months as it is a bore.

16 comments:

The Merry Widow said...

Did you take your day trip? Any pictures?
I don't eat commie ice cream either, but REAL maple syrup? I'll take your share! Yumyyyyyyyyy!!!!!!!!

tmw

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

C'mon now Beak. Ben and Jerry's Chunky Monkey Ice Cream tops my list of major contributions leftists have given to humanity.

It's a short list, but without it, there's only AK-47 assault rifles and handicapped parking slots.

beakerkin said...

A storm is imminent and the backroads and it was overcast so I stayed local.

Maple Syrup is powerful and any comparison to Mrs Butterworth or Log Cabin is a stretch.

Mr B

It is a great product but chunks of what??? I haven't seen chunks of anything. Maybe I got the mystery pint.

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

You must have gotten one that was allowed to melt and refreeze so the chunks were at the bottom of the carton.

Chunky Monkey is banana ice cream (made with real bananas) with chunks of chocolate and walnuts. It is exquisite.

beakerkin said...

I havent got any chunks although the banana Ice cream itself is very good. The refreezing bit may explain where the chunks are. Banana Ice cream itself is an interesting concept.

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

When I'm President, leftists will have two choices:

1.) Work in a Chunky Monkey production factory, or

2.) move to Charon, the moon of Pluto

beakerkin said...

Mr B

You were right the chunks were at the bottom and it is an excellent product. I do like creative ice cream flavors and this is near the top. Souther Lemon Merange Pie by Turkey Hill was a creative and Friendly's Watermellon roll are up there.

Justin said...

BlueBell is the ice cream for me. Its made right here in Brenham, Texas from cows that sing (oh my). And the very best is Chocolate Decadence. And you gotta love a ice cream with a name that makes lefties cringe.

The Merry Widow said...

Justin-Did you say chocolate? Where? When?
Mr. B.-I've had homemade banana ice cream, you may have my share.
Rockie Road, now that's ice cream!!!!!!
Beaker-Sorry your trip disappeared into the snow.
Good morning, G*D bless and Maranatha!

tmw

kuhnkat said...

I was unhappy to find out that the Army serves Ben and Jerry's along with a few other types, even in GITMO where the Navy runs things.

Don't tell me the military only has RIGHT WINGERS in residence!!

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Hear Hear for the Mrs. Butterworths'!!!

Jason_Pappas said...

Until two years ago I didn’t know what Chunky Monkey was. One of my co-workers used it in a punch line of a joke and I just didn’t get it. I’m satisfied with Breyer’s with one exception: Bassett’s Butterscotch Vanilla (from Philadelphia.)

Since my co-worker likes to say that he’s a New Yorker now, I made fun of him for sometime. What respecting New Yorker would eat something called Chunky Monkey? Could you see James Cagny say “OK you dirty rat; give me the Chunky Monkey?” To which Edward G. Robinson pulls out a Tommy gun and says “You want the Chunky Monkey; I’ll give you the Chunky Monkey.” C’mon. It just doesn’t fit. Eating Chunky Monkey is a sure giveaway that you weren’t born in NYC.

Now ask me about quiche.

beakerkin said...

Jason I have spent two years in the Mountains and you have a point.
Mr B is 100% it is an excellent product but I like my watermelon Sherbert.

I haven't been talked into eating wild game. However, fresh sunfish or perch with garlic margarine and a tad of onions is amazing.

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

Oh c'mon. You wanna turn this anti-Chunky Monkey into a New York thing, huh?

Well, at least in other parts of the country the main ingredient of pizza isn't bread.

Jason_Pappas said...

LOL. OK, I admit I like Chicago Pizza! But the best pizza is the Sicilian pizza in Manhasset Long Island.

kuhnkat said...

I always thought Chunky Monkey was a sexually deviant description or act!!

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

They probably eat it here in SF!!

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

It's okay. New Yorkers can't grasp how to make a pizza. No one's perfect. ;-P