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[*garden tawlk]

Raided the garden tonight. The takings were a small football sized eggplant, a bell pepper, some onion, a cucumber, and kale. One of the guys at work has a passion fruit tree and gladly shared today.

I came home with 6 fruits. I took three and blended it with olive oil, vinegar, added some lemon, and some finely chopped dried cranberries to make a stellar vinaigrette.

The onion, pepper, and kale went into a pan with some olive oil and I added some tofu to the mix before seasoning with 1/2 lemon, some pepper, and a small pinch of salt.

Took and chopped the tomatoes up and added them, the cucumber, onion, and some mozzarella cheese that we made yesterday and poured the vinaigrette over it.

Holy crap, it's sensational!

Paired it with a nice Riesling.

[/garden tawlk]


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Oct 10, 2012, 9:25 AM
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epoch wrote:
[*garden tawlk]

Raided the garden tonight. The takings were a small football sized eggplant, a bell pepper, some onion, a cucumber, and kale. One of the guys at work has a passion fruit tree and gladly shared today.

I came home with 6 fruits. I took three and blended it with olive oil, vinegar, added some lemon, and some finely chopped dried cranberries to make a stellar vinaigrette.

The onion, pepper, and kale went into a pan with some olive oil and I added some tofu to the mix before seasoning with 1/2 lemon, some pepper, and a small pinch of salt.

Took and chopped the tomatoes up and added them, the cucumber, onion, and some mozzarella cheese that we made yesterday and poured the vinaigrette over it.

Holy crap, it's sensational!

Paired it with a nice Riesling.

[/garden tawlk]
INRT


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Oct 11, 2012, 9:40 AM
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battling a mild flu and stomach virus today. ugh.

thank god no classes today. rain today, too. staying inside. been fucking around on the computer due to a lack of energy.

bah


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Oct 11, 2012, 10:35 AM
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went the le gym yesterday. did a few climbs in my skill range, then totally flail fested on some climb that was way too hard for me...

I need more practice


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Oct 11, 2012, 6:21 PM
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Gmburns2000 wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
epoch wrote:
[*garden tawlk]

Raided the garden tonight. The takings were a small football sized eggplant, a bell pepper, some onion, a cucumber, and kale. One of the guys at work has a passion fruit tree and gladly shared today.

I came home with 6 fruits. I took three and blended it with olive oil, vinegar, added some lemon, and some finely chopped dried cranberries to make a stellar vinaigrette.

The onion, pepper, and kale went into a pan with some olive oil and I added some tofu to the mix before seasoning with 1/2 lemon, some pepper, and a small pinch of salt.

Took and chopped the tomatoes up and added them, the cucumber, onion, and some mozzarella cheese that we made yesterday and poured the vinaigrette over it.

Holy crap, it's sensational!

Paired it with a nice Riesling.

[/garden tawlk]


hippy

actually, take out a couple of those and it sounds pretty good.

passion fruit (maracujŠ) is also really freaking good with salmon. maracujŠ is about as common here as hamburgers are in the U.S.
No... keep it all in there! It's fuckin yummy.

Made another rendition of the salad last night with some more tomatoes from the plant, dwarf Basil from the garden, and the other half of the cucumber. Used the rest of the dressing. *******FUCK YEAH!!!!!********

Don't know what I'm going to do tonight, though. The other eggplants aren't big enough yet and the tomatoes need another day or two... Thinking of......



That's it!!! Gnocchi...


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Oct 12, 2012, 5:42 AM
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epoch wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
epoch wrote:
[*garden tawlk]

Raided the garden tonight. The takings were a small football sized eggplant, a bell pepper, some onion, a cucumber, and kale. One of the guys at work has a passion fruit tree and gladly shared today.

I came home with 6 fruits. I took three and blended it with olive oil, vinegar, added some lemon, and some finely chopped dried cranberries to make a stellar vinaigrette.

The onion, pepper, and kale went into a pan with some olive oil and I added some tofu to the mix before seasoning with 1/2 lemon, some pepper, and a small pinch of salt.

Took and chopped the tomatoes up and added them, the cucumber, onion, and some mozzarella cheese that we made yesterday and poured the vinaigrette over it.

Holy crap, it's sensational!

Paired it with a nice Riesling.

[/garden tawlk]


hippy

actually, take out a couple of those and it sounds pretty good.

passion fruit (maracujŠ) is also really freaking good with salmon. maracujŠ is about as common here as hamburgers are in the U.S.
No... keep it all in there! It's fuckin yummy.

Made another rendition of the salad last night with some more tomatoes from the plant, dwarf Basil from the garden, and the other half of the cucumber. Used the rest of the dressing. *******FUCK YEAH!!!!!********

Don't know what I'm going to do tonight, though. The other eggplants aren't big enough yet and the tomatoes need another day or two... Thinking of......



That's it!!! Gnocchi...

eggplant gives me problems, so I'd take that out, but yeah, sounds yummy.

btw - thanks for the endorsement


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Oct 12, 2012, 6:39 AM
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1/2 of all people under 25 in spain are unemployed.


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Oct 12, 2012, 3:59 PM
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Ooooo in a few weeks they are putting up some crazy obstacle course with lots of rings and hanging bars and stuff...

reminds me of an easier ninja warrior

I'm being sent in as a guinea pig... I better work on my hang strength and monkey bar skillz so I don't embarass myself


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Oct 12, 2012, 4:39 PM
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erisspirit wrote:
Ooooo in a few weeks they are putting up some crazy obstacle course with lots of rings and hanging bars and stuff...

reminds me of an easier ninja warrior

I'm being sent in as a guinea pig... I better work on my hang strength and monkey bar skillz so I don't embarass myself

Go watch the training scene in Stripes for inspiration.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Di7hwUVWeE0


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Oct 12, 2012, 4:44 PM
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Gmburns2000 wrote:
erisspirit wrote:
Ooooo in a few weeks they are putting up some crazy obstacle course with lots of rings and hanging bars and stuff...

reminds me of an easier ninja warrior

I'm being sent in as a guinea pig... I better work on my hang strength and monkey bar skillz so I don't embarass myself

Go watch the training scene in Stripes for inspiration.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Di7hwUVWeE0

same thing, but slightly better: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_vyjgTRNJKI


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Gmburns2000 wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
erisspirit wrote:
Ooooo in a few weeks they are putting up some crazy obstacle course with lots of rings and hanging bars and stuff...

reminds me of an easier ninja warrior

I'm being sent in as a guinea pig... I better work on my hang strength and monkey bar skillz so I don't embarass myself

Go watch the training scene in Stripes for inspiration.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Di7hwUVWeE0

same thing, but slightly better: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_vyjgTRNJKI

of course, there's something "seriously wrong with us" never hurts a prep talk speach.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pjlw4Edt-e8


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Oct 12, 2012, 10:53 PM
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donald949 wrote:
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went up Whitney! it wuz fun...

the bf's dad and friend we brought up there gave me a gift cert to rei for not killing anyone a thank you.

the BF and I had our 3rd year date-aversary

he got older

I drank wine

I still haven't posted truck pics

I think that gets me all caught up


except for that marathon Im running next sunday Crazy
very good, except the non post of the pictures thing.
Which raises a question.
Aren't your knees toast and how are you going to run a marathon after the mammoth hike.
geez, young kids these daze.

Went hiking the other day and both knees and the right hip hurt a little the next day...


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notapplicable wrote:
donald949 wrote:
donald949 wrote:
erisspirit wrote:
erisspirit wrote:
went up Whitney! it wuz fun...

the bf's dad and friend we brought up there gave me a gift cert to rei for not killing anyone a thank you.

the BF and I had our 3rd year date-aversary

he got older

I drank wine

I still haven't posted truck pics

I think that gets me all caught up


except for that marathon Im running next sunday Crazy
very good, except the non post of the pictures thing.
Which raises a question.
Aren't your knees toast and how are you going to run a marathon after the mammoth hike.
geez, young kids these daze.

Went hiking the other day and both knees and the right hip hurt a little the next day...

I think that officially means I don't qualify as a "kid" by anyones standards. Those days are officially gone.


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Oct 12, 2012, 10:56 PM
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"epoch wrote:
I came home with 6 fruits. I took three and blended it with olive oil, vinegar, added some lemon, and some finely chopped dried cranberries to make a stellar vinaigrette.

Holy fuck that sounds good.


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Still injured. I'm reduced to hiking and camping to occupy my weekends.

It's a sad state of affairs when what used to just be a 'means to an end' has become the end in itself.


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Still injured. I'm reduced to hiking and camping to occupy my weekends.

It's a sad state of affairs when what used to just be a 'means to an end' has become the end in itself.

I am officially rejecting the doctors diagnosis of "nerve trauma" as the principle injury. There may be nerve involvement but the more reading I do, the more it sounds like a ulnar collateral ligament injury.


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Still injured. I'm reduced to hiking and camping to occupy my weekends.

It's a sad state of affairs when what used to just be a 'means to an end' has become the end in itself.

I am officially rejecting the doctors diagnosis of "nerve trauma" as the principle injury. There may be nerve involvement but the more reading I do, the more it sounds like a ulnar collateral ligament injury.

Tommy John surgery. If you have it, you come back stronger!

I've suffered from an ulnar nerve injury for years. Can't throw a baseball more than a few times without my hand hurting in the area on my palm around the thumb. My baseball playing days were over by the time the injury became serious enough to affect me, but it ended my whiffle ball career for sure. I was fucking good, too.

Doesn't affect my climbing much, though. Don't know, maybe I'm not that great at slopers? Actually, I'm not that great at pinches sometimes because that does hurt if my hand doesn't fit around the hold the right way. I've never gotten the nerve treated beyond an initial treatment in college. Not necessary for normal life. Not sure what the treatment is like (ultrasounds didn't work). From what I hear though, the right fix isn't worth it for normal people (something similar or the same as Tommy John surgery).


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I guess what I'm saying is, based on my experience, you don't want it to be an ulnar nerve injury.


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I guess what I'm saying is, based on my experience, you don't want it to be an ulnar nerve injury.

because just like in the Hangover II, that shit's for life.


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Gmburns2000 wrote:
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I guess what I'm saying is, based on my experience, you don't want it to be an ulnar nerve injury.

because just like in the Hangover II, that shit's for life.

I was going to back your play there, but then you had to make a reference to a shitty franchise second movie.

You can recover from an Ulnar nerve injury, though. I damaged mine once and it recovered. Took some time, but I'm 100%.


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epoch wrote:
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I guess what I'm saying is, based on my experience, you don't want it to be an ulnar nerve injury.

because just like in the Hangover II, that shit's for life.

I was going to back your play there, but then you had to make a reference to a shitty franchise second movie.

You can recover from an Ulnar nerve injury, though. I damaged mine once and it recovered. Took some time, but I'm 100%.

Don't disagree with anything you said (even if that was really the only funny line in the entire flick - and I didn't even get it right). It depends on the injury, but the ulnar nerve is damn easy to reaggravate. For me, I almost never notice it. And by "almost never" I mean I notice it with lingering symptoms once every couple of years or with sharp, temporary symptoms a couple of times per year.

But what aggravates it are certain motions that, if are normal motions for you (and mine aren't for me), will hurt for a really long time without some sort of long-term recovery plan if you don't opt for surgery.

But yeah, Tommy John is proof the the Yankees have a pact with the devil.


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Still injured. I'm reduced to hiking and camping to occupy my weekends.

It's a sad state of affairs when what used to just be a 'means to an end' has become the end in itself.

I'm sitting out today too... Got too fat this year and the ankles/knees scream "fuck you" with every step


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Still injured. I'm reduced to hiking and camping to occupy my weekends.

It's a sad state of affairs when what used to just be a 'means to an end' has become the end in itself.

I am officially rejecting the doctors diagnosis of "nerve trauma" as the principle injury. There may be nerve involvement but the more reading I do, the more it sounds like a ulnar collateral ligament injury.

Tommy John surgery. If you have it, you come back stronger!

I've suffered from an ulnar nerve injury for years. Can't throw a baseball more than a few times without my hand hurting in the area on my palm around the thumb. My baseball playing days were over by the time the injury became serious enough to affect me, but it ended my whiffle ball career for sure. I was fucking good, too.

Doesn't affect my climbing much, though. Don't know, maybe I'm not that great at slopers? Actually, I'm not that great at pinches sometimes because that does hurt if my hand doesn't fit around the hold the right way. I've never gotten the nerve treated beyond an initial treatment in college. Not necessary for normal life. Not sure what the treatment is like (ultrasounds didn't work). From what I hear though, the right fix isn't worth it for normal people (something similar or the same as Tommy John surgery).

In my case it would actually be the Median Nerve but I honestly don't think it's the nerve anymore. At least not principally. I was hoping it was a muscle/tendon connection but the pain is too deep and is not tender when I press on it. I can't even seem to reach it because it's so far under the muscle. That and the repeated popping sensation makes me think it's a ligament.

I don't know. I'm weirding myself out looking at all these anatomy pictures and trying to figure out exactly where the pain is coming from. I need to stop.


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Gmburns2000 wrote:
notapplicable wrote:
notapplicable wrote:
Still injured. I'm reduced to hiking and camping to occupy my weekends.

It's a sad state of affairs when what used to just be a 'means to an end' has become the end in itself.

I am officially rejecting the doctors diagnosis of "nerve trauma" as the principle injury. There may be nerve involvement but the more reading I do, the more it sounds like a ulnar collateral ligament injury.

Tommy John surgery. If you have it, you come back stronger!

I've suffered from an ulnar nerve injury for years. Can't throw a baseball more than a few times without my hand hurting in the area on my palm around the thumb. My baseball playing days were over by the time the injury became serious enough to affect me, but it ended my whiffle ball career for sure. I was fucking good, too.

Doesn't affect my climbing much, though. Don't know, maybe I'm not that great at slopers? Actually, I'm not that great at pinches sometimes because that does hurt if my hand doesn't fit around the hold the right way. I've never gotten the nerve treated beyond an initial treatment in college. Not necessary for normal life. Not sure what the treatment is like (ultrasounds didn't work). From what I hear though, the right fix isn't worth it for normal people (something similar or the same as Tommy John surgery).

In my case it would actually be the Median Nerve but I honestly don't think it's the nerve anymore. At least not principally. I was hoping it was a muscle/tendon connection but the pain is too deep and is not tender when I press on it. I can't even seem to reach it because it's so far under the muscle. That and the repeated popping sensation makes me think it's a ligament.

I don't know. I'm weirding myself out looking at all these anatomy pictures and trying to figure out exactly where the pain is coming from. I need to stop climbing for a while.

fixed


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