Kamis, 09 Februari 2012

What has been seen cannot be unseen

I see things . . . things floating within my field of vision. . . weird things . . . wormy things.

I noticed them a few years ago. I see more and more of them astime passes.  They’re dim . . . not quitein focus.  But they are most definitely there. . . just hanging around.

What are they? Incorporeal beings trying to contact me fromthe great beyond?  No . . . I don’t thinkso.

They're transparent and have inertia, some of them are tightand some are loose. 

They seem to be inside my head . . . in my eyes.  MYEYES!   Could it be? Could the possibly be brain munching parasitic slugs?

I went to an eye doctor and he didn't know what the hell Iwas talking about. Do you know what the hell I am talking about??

Have you ever seenfloating worm shapes in front of your eyes? If you have you’re not going crazy and your brain is not being consumedby parasites.  It’s actually quitecommon.

Those floaty things are innocuous little fragments ofdetritus and clumps of cells suspended in the vitreous humor . . . that gooeystuff inside your eyeballs. 

They may look like specks, strands, webs or othershapes. You can often see them when looking at a plain background, like a blankwall or blue sky.  They're calledfloaters, everyone has them, and they are quite harmless.

Most often floaters are just annoying.  Unless they are visually disabling you shouldjust learn to live with them.   Avoid focussingon those floaty bits . . . look through them.

If you’ve never seen them . . . I bet you will now.  You can thank me later.  :P

Guinness Beef Stew (Crock Pot)

3 Large Russet Potatoes, Peeled, Quartered
4 Carrots, Peeled, Sliced Into Thick Chunks
2 Parsnips, Peeled, Sliced Into Thick Chunks
2 Stalks Celery, Cut In Chunks
3 Bay Leaves
3 Lbs Stew Meat, Cubed
1/2 Cup Flour
1 Teaspoon Creole Seasoning ( Tony Chachere's)
2 -3 Tablespoons Olive Oil
1 Medium Onions, Diced
4 Large Garlic Cloves, Minced
2 (8 Ounce) Cans Crushed Tomatoes 
10 3/4 Ounces Beef Broth
1 (13 G) Envelope Lipton Onion Soup Mix
1 (13 G) Envelope Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing Mix
1 Teaspoon Creole Seasoning ( Tony Chachere's)
1 Teaspoon Italian Herb Seasoning ( Mrs. Dash)
12 Ounces Beer ( Guinness, Draught Or Stout)
1 Cup Frozen Peas, If Desired

Put potato, carrot, parsnip and celery chunks in the bottomof crock pot. Top with 2 bay leaves.

Season flour with 1 teaspoon creole seasoning and coat thebeef with the flour mixture.

Heat a couple of tbsp of olive oil over med-high heat in alarge skillet and add 1 bay leaf.

Sauté beef in batches, just until browned. Add more oil topan as necessary for each batch. Add to crock pot as beef is browned.

Add onion and garlic to the same pan and sauté over med heatfor a few minutes, then add about half the can of beef broth to deglaze,scraping up the brown bits on the bottom of the pan.

Add onions to crock pot.

Mix remaining beef broth with tomatoes, onion soup mix, ranchdressing mix, remaining seasonings, and add to crock pot. Pour in most ofbottle of beer (whatever fits)

Cook 8 hours on low heat. Stir in frozen peas when done,they'll heat up on their own.

Serve with crusty French bread!

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