I decided to get
smart with my intercommunications. No, not by
shutting up, but by purchasing a telephone
that will expedite efficiencies using software applications
that focalize multimedia processes; a mobile messaging
appliance that interconnects
offline and online system complexities into levels
of networked simplicities.
For the past year I have been documenting poetic
about my celebratory notions of cultural decision
making--the forces of natural,
histories--the forces upon which my selection of ingredients
for my foodstuff listing depends. In my documentation,
I have expressed how high|low Twentieth Century situations
have shaped my conceptions, have influenced my perceptions
for resolving simple|complex Twenty-First Century
In this situation|instantiation, I have purchased
a communication device that will enhance my processing
capabilities in the hope that I may become a better
podcaster, or at the very least a better person as
feed my 80/20
rule anxiety face with a late night cereal binge.
Expediting efficiency with cultural decision making
results in a intelligent
convergence--an evolved product which ties in
status dispositions dependent upon generations (in
line of succession) of tried and true people power
(royalties based upon agnus
machisma), a matured product that hooks in brand
emotions contingent upon a prototype (in line of progression)
of new and improved feature power (loyalties based
upon machina dei beta-testing).
Such a convergence that will increase the standard
of living while decreasing the amount of sacrifice
as well as maintain a contemporary currency all-in-one
As you may be aware, there are a whole slew of kitchen
(all-in-one) appliances, devices that are intelligently
designed to make the cooking experience more desirable
per celebratory notion|cultural decision made (i.e.
user preference). Two appliances that come to mind
are the pressure
cooker and the slow
cooker; one is high-speed, the other, low locomotion.
I have successfully slow cooked ribs until the meat
falls off the bone, taking about three hours. I've
got some mustard greens slow cooking. I'll see how
much time is involved. My mom has a pressure cooker.
She claims her greens take fifteen minutes--and they're
good, better than tender, which makes me wonder how
would ribs turn out if pressure cooked.
A brilliant brainstorm, or just another installment
in a long series of phooey kaplooey.