Monday, April 18, 2011

First Sheen Now Zeta Jones

Don't know the details but one thing is for sure in the past couple of months: bi-polar disorder is taking front stage in the headlines..... Well, mostly the tabloids.

Nonetheless there is an interesting air of publicity coming the way of a disorder that has been mostly swept under the rug. If there's anything good about Charlie sheen is a kind of sick awareness campaign to the mind has been raised.

I wonder how long before an organization picks up on the bi-winning slogan to raise somec ash for good. Actually, come to think of it that would be a bad idea, probably best to steer clear of anything Sheen related when it comes to bipolar.

What's sad is a fascination with people who have mental health problems.

Catherine Zeta jones is beautiful, powerful, and maybe bi-polar? (She hasn't confirmed as of yet.)

So what?

How about less interest on what 'might' happen if she flips out and more about how she's functioned over time.

Let's not assume and seek the worse in humanity, let's strive to celebrate the best.

Monday, April 4, 2011

Sheen is Bi Losing

What's not to love?

Um, a lot.

Destructive behaviour leads to funny conditions in humanity, both for the victim and for the voyeuristic onlooker.

Sheen is probably sick, and he's also capitalizing on the stupidity of regular folks like you and me....well maybe not since we don't have ticket so to his 'show'. But you get the point. Mr Sheen needs help, what kind I don't know, but he's also simultaneously spinning a money grab machine all at the same time.

Makes me wonder how much of the latest kerfuffle is actually true....

Friday, April 1, 2011

Quick Recipe - Curry Shrimp with Tumeric

I'm trying to pick up cooking,well i mean I'm trying to pay more attention to tastey neato food.

I cooked this last night, was tasty, but would add a couple more vegetables next time (snow peas?)

Start off with a hot pan with some oil. Add a teaspoon of corriander seeds for 1 minute. Add a chopped onion, let it turn golden brown. Once brown add 1 tsp tumeric and 1 tsp cayenne. Stir for 1 minute, turn down the heat.

You'll get some nice colors here for the next step, just add half a cup of coconut milk. Simmer.

Add 20-30 shrimp (peeled) depending on size.

Let cook until shrimp are done. Add chopped cilantro on top.

I would add snow peas and a red pepper if you can (will have to add a bit to the spices.)

Serve on a bed of rice.

Voila! Easy dinner for two.