I will get those numbers, really, honest, eventually. I just don't have them yet. And to be honest, after my fun-fun weekend of airport hotel anti-debauchery, I'm really not in the mood to math.
So instead I'll share random stuff. Ok?
Right, so I have a deep love for Swedish Fish. They are tasty, they are chewy, they are gummy, they are even (gasp) veggie/ vegan. They are the most magicallist snack food ever. Bear thinks so too. I know because I brought the (open) bag of Fish into the computer room with me, and he would not stop sniffing. He *wubs* the way it smells. He would like to eat the whole entire bag.
I gave him *1* because a dog on a sugar high is bad for my work, and watched him. Swedish Fish take much investigating. First they have to be grabbed (because, of course, until the food is in your mouth it can *totally* still be taken away. Then they have to be dropped on the floor and sniffed. Then picked up and licked. Then they get dropped and looked at and sniffed again, before (I'm pretty sure) being swallowed whole. Unlike asparagus which takes *much* chewing.
I also swung by Dad's to pick up some of the stuff I unloaded Friday (how's that for careful use of gas...). As I was getting ready to leave with my stuff he stopped me and said maybe I'd like to send his GF a nice email thanking her for letting me stay last weekend. Because, you know, I haven't already run *waaay* over my limit for being nice to her for the year.
I may just have to get her email address from him before he rethinks that one.
Oh, and Bear says that while the first one took much investigating, any future Fish will take much Chewing and Licking of Teeth instead. And he would like to show me now, please.
Ok, off to figure out what "after budget" j.'s eat. I suspect it looks pretty much the same as during and before budget j. food...