haha, I'd love to see the reactions if you started to test in the restaurant. Probably get you a visit from some alphabet agency though...I'll take a sample home and check it with my gear, just in case and for fun - they'd freak if I brought that kinda stuff into the restaurant.
wow. someone who knows its sashimi and not sushi. and didn't realize it was your friend!Nah, it'd just freak out the owner (and the customers), even though she's a personal friend.
Since she is, I don't want to disrupt her operation, and there's no need. Sashimi is just as good when I get it home anyway (assuming it doesn't make the geiger count).
Ancona - you know a degree doesn't make someone smart - or free of agenda, right? It's the rare ones, degree or not, who just want truth. Though I have to say, with a reputation at stake, the degreed guys are a little more careful with their words, at least till they get old enough to not care.
can I ask what happened, or is that off-topic?You can do stupid things. 1 you get away with, mostly. 2, not so often, 3 if you're lucky. The last time I hit 4 in a row - well, the right side of my skull is now titanium. The Japanese hit 4.
And no, you don't want to see the picture of what I looked like getting out of our "sick care system" either. Gore porn. (all better now, but I can only half-smile like Harrison Ford's grin)
Ancona, I was gonna say there isn't gonna be any ice left in Antartica by spring, but then I remembered that the pole is going to shift and be over Fukishima anyway, so no need to move the ice... :rotflmbo:Here is a question for DC. When I thought about it for a while, I tried to get creative on the whole water disposal issue, so I thought why not simply freeze it and drop it off in Antarctica where it will never melt? They could appropriate a couple of those floating fish processors that flash freeze thousands of tons of fish, use it instead to freeze the water then work out the logistics of handling it from the shores of Antarctica to some remote interior spot.