So yesterday morning I hit the farmers market. My staff had a luncheon scheduled. Each staff person was to bring a dish to pass. I thought a nice roasted asparagus salad would be nice.
After roasting with lots of garlic I let it cool and spread shredded Zingerman’s Parmesan cheese on it to melt.
Mmm, mmm. It made an excellent salad. I also could not resist the strawberries. I chose the most beautiful ones and laid them on a couple pieces of lettuce.
This morning I got up and played through the Ab prelude and fugue by Bach from WTC I. I thought it might be fun to see if I could tape it with my phone. Here’s the result.
It doesn’t sounds as bad here as it does on my phone. If the prelude is messed up, I tried to use YouTube’s suggested edit for it. Not sure what it did since it’s still processing it.
Anyway. I guess it might be fun to throw up videos like this once in a while. I am thinking I might record Sunday’s prelude and postlude today. We’ll see if I have time. I have some fun music stuff scheduled for today. My trio this afternoon and Rhonda the pianist/organist extraordinaire has consented to come to my abode and play piano duets with me.
Lying on camera and before congress.
So much for democracy. I know it’s more complicated than that, but I still find actions like this outrageous.
Speaking of democracy.
Magnets seem low tech. Cool use of low and high tech.
This is a recipe I recently sort of made. It is excellent.
Dead because he offended some righteous religious types who proceeded to beat him and then execute him in public. Madness.
Now you see it, now you don’t . Welcome to the new “journalism.”
It just keeps rearing its ugly head.
If you want to know how the powerful view the leaks this is a good example Brooks is totally wrong on this. Ad hominem attacks on Snowden. Nice.
Some of this ran through my head when I read Snowden’s assessment of Hong Kong as a bastion of free speech.
A blow for coherence and freedom.