to find out. Paul the manager says it's a 50-50 mix of orange juice and milk served with a housemade light syrup, pudding-style.
Google can't track it because it's an original dish invented by Qadri. Apparently, he was bored on one slow afternoon and threw the ingredients together, and everyone loved it. Paul's wife named it with the help of an English-Arabic dictionary. "Burtugaal-haliib" translates roughly into "orange-milk" in Arabic.
One day after his death, James Brown's baby mama and live-in girlfriend is now homeless.
Here's a link: [link]
but how about rediculously long/evil band names? There's an electro-death band I heard on KXLU in LA called -- and I'm not making this up-- Powers Of Darkness Shall Rain Blood Upon This City For 500 Years. Eeeeeevil!
is how you say "duck" (the waterfowl) in French. Also, homeopathy rules.
The U.S. is often accused of upholding a "sexual apartheid" by denying gay people equal rights guarunteed to them by our own Constitution.
Wait, not funny. Sad.
The phone number appears in the print version band, for some reason, it didn't upload onto the website. The problem has been corrected now (you'll have to exit the "view comments" mode to see it in the full story) ... however, it doesn't look like he's open on the weekends. I'd give him a call anyway. That sausage ravioli is amazing!
I've been listening to Beck all morning--the Japanese release of "Stray Blues" Jeff copied for me. It has bioelectronic jogging suits and a Spanish language mariachi version of "Burro" that is so damn satisfying.
Also, the beck website ([link]) is a lot of fun.
Here are some fun snippets from Wikipedia ([link])
Beck and Scientology
Beck has been involved in Scientology for most of his life, but has only recently publicly acknowledged this fact. It is not clear what his involvement was during the 1990s, but he appears to have distanced himself from it to some degree.
His name appears in Scientology literature again in 2003, showing that he is a member and a donor. In April 2004, he married Marissa Ribisi, who is also a second-generation Scientologist. [And the twin sister of actor Giovanni Ribisi.]
Beck publicly acknowledged his affiliation with the Church of Scientology for the first time in an interview published in the New York Times Magazine on March 6, 2005. Further confirmation came in an interview with the Irish Sunday Tribune newspaper's i Magazine in June 2005, where he is quoted as saying, "Yeah, I'm a Scientologist. My father has been a Scientologist for about 35 years, so I grew up in and around it." When questioned, he was vague on Scientology's core beliefs.
* Made a very brief voice-only appearance in 1998's The Rugrats Movie.
* Beck performed a guest voice in an episode of Matt Groening's animated show Futurama, playing himself. In keeping with Beck's sense of humor, there is much self-deprecation ("'Odelay' is a word! Just look it up in the Becktionary!"; "Like when I wrote Devils Haircut, I was feeling really... what's that song about?"). The Becktionary is subtitled "From Bzooty to Whiskeyclone", and a reference to a Rhyming Becktionary is also made.
* Has made cameo appearances in music videos for The White Stripes' "The Hardest Button to Button" and The Stone Roses' "Love Spreads".
* Contributed an infamous "phoned-in" rap to the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion song "Flavor", and also appeared in the music video.
* Windows Media Player comes with a sample of Beck's song "Beautiful Way."
* Beck is featured as one of the artists performing in the North American Halloween Prevention, Inc. song, "Do They Know It's Halloween".
* Loser is #200 on Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of all Time" list.
There's a special pee cup-tube thing you wear under your clothes. Female geologists use them on long car rides in the middle of nowhere. (Field work usually means long car rides with hairy, beer-guzzeling nerds and no privacy.)
Perhaps I'm splitting hairs, but wouldn't "Her-inal" be a better choice than "she-inal"?