Huzzah!  First draft of my Project F pilot completed, coming in at a robust 60 pages.  Right on the line!  It’s gone out for notes, leaving me time to start researching and build a potential soundtrack.

Beware if you purchased the Malted Vanilla and Tungsten Brittle ice cream.  It may no be gluten-free!

A little Yes/No…

In case you missed!  I talk about Dark Matter Episode 202, Kill Them All!, with special guest star Mike Dopud…

THIS is why you don’t mess with white hole technology!

Looking to wade back into reading comic books tomorrow.  What ONGOING SERIES would you recommend?

9 thoughts on “January 12, 2021: A first draft, jellied eels, and the perils of white hole technology!

  1. I’ve had jellied eels when I was living in London. Every lunchtime I’d see people queuing out the front of this “pie and eel” shop so one day I thought I’d give it a try. The pie and mash was great. The “liquor” (parsley sauce made from the water used to cook the eels) wasn’t to my liking. The eels were really not to my liking. I prefer my eels smoked.

  2. I think you knew how those Jellied Eels were going to go. I bet you would eat them.

  3. Great interview. Really enjoyed it. Mike was just 2-1/2 hours north of me right up the freeway when he was in Corsicana. Glad they were kept safe. I always learn new things when I listen to your interviews.

    And no way I would eat anything that had eel in it.

  4. Jellied eel. Congeel. Why use 2 words when 1 will do? Could mean the difference between 60 pages and 61.

  5. I’m not sure about eel jelly but I did see an eel pie that looked yummy. This must be what Line Noise was talking about.

    The history is eel pie is interesting, also. Years ago, the Thames became so polluted that eel was one of the few things that thrived in it and so, the poor used eels as a main staple of their diet. Food history fascinates me.

    I have to share what I made this week. I found a mixture of mushrooms at the grocery (shitake, oyster, bellas & Crimini). I put those in a crockpot with wine, butter, garlic and soy sauce to cook all day. Then I used those mushrooms to make a pizza. I used my homemade pesto for the sauce. Sprinkled feta, olives, sun dried tomatoes and mozzarella. After it was baked, I added arugula and it was awesome!

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