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Protect your largest organ

Dark chocolate, walnuts, and oatmeal mellow you out.

Loreto: Adventures in Dude Town, Part 2

Twisted barnyard CPR.

Post Title: Loreto: Adventures in Dude Town, Part 2 Post Date: March 1, 2006 After several days absorbing Loreto, we became attuned to its slower place, casual atmosphere, and especially its friendly people. Everyone on ...

Loreto: Adventures in Dude Town, Part 1

Post Title: Loreto: Adventures in Dude Town, Part 1 Post Date: March 1, 2006 Loreto lies on the Sea of Cortez side of Baja, approximately 750 miles south of the border, and is one of ...

WTF at Tijuana’s “The Kitchen”

Hedonists hash out Tijuana’s identity and future

Post Title: WTF at Tijuana’s “The Kitchen” Post Date: May 20, 2014 In the 1930s, artists Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo were in the vortex of the “Mexican Renaissance,” surrounding themselves with an inner circle ...

The best ceviche in San Diego

El Gringo and his señora dropped in at the 57 Degrees Wine Bar in San Diego Sunday for the Ceviche Showdown. A panel of four celebrity judges sampled a bit of each pescado plate to ...

One rattlesnake, skinned and cleaned

Save a turtle — eat more rattlesnake soup.

This recipe has a special place in my heart, mostly because I personally shot this rattlesnake as it was attempting to attack me while I was dove hunting in the mountains near San Diego. I ...

Five Reasons to Love Bonsall

Pick your pleasure

You won't see big box retailers here. As you gaze the horizon, you see mountains and trees.

A new startup called “googol”

Google is an unintentional misspelling of googol.

To those who made this blog possible

Apple’s grandpappies

Post Title: Alan Turing (b. June 23, 1912; d. June 7, 1954) Post Date: July 23, 2014 In 1936, Alan Turing, at age 24, wrote a research paper entitled “On Computable Numbers, with an Application ...

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