Heartattack McAlister


  • 2 flour tortillas
  • one egg
  • cheese
  • half an avocado
  • sour cream
  • spinach salad mix w/ a bit of cilantro
  • hot sauce – Tapatio preferred


  • Fry egg in frying pan
  • Heat tortillas on open stove top – (Trujillo style)
  • Cut cheese into slices – at least 4 slices, no more than 12
  • Cut half avocado into slices as well
  • Place cheese slices onto cooked tortillas (stack tortillas on top of one another, don’t sandwich them)
  • Place fried egg on top of cheese to melt the cheese
  • Add avocado slices
  • Add a healthy dollop of sour cream on top and smoosh in with fingers (lose 10 points if you use silverware)
  • Add hot sauce
  • Add a heaping of that salad mix with cilantro (so it’s a healthy meal now)
  • Wrap it all up like a burrito. Remember, it looks like a burrito, but it’s really a Heartattack McAlister.

Vuvuzela – the World Cup South Africa crazy horn !!!

Blow it when you are watching FIFA’s World Cup.

  • A very loud stadium horn.
  • It’s kind of sounds like an elephant.
  • Use by blowing into small mouthpiece and makes very loud noise.
  • It could drives your neighbors nuts!
  • It could drives your wife nuts!
  • It could makes your kids happy!
  • It could makes all of you exciting.

* Words taken from an ebay post description from a Hong Kong seller.

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Orb Weaver Spider at Dusk

This orb weaver spider has a large web set up between an orange tree and another tree in my back yard. I found him sleeping in an a leaf on the orange tree yesterday afternoon, and decided to take some pictures of him at dusk when he wakes up and tends his web.