[hackerspaces] Let's end the unnecessary joining of the, words "food" and "hacking"

FarMcKon eponymous at farmckon.net
Wed Jan 29 00:41:03 CET 2014

Like, Sumac the plant Sumac? I thought that stuff was poisonous, but the
wikipedias tell me that is wrong.

Pretty crazy combo. Even crazier than 35 emails in this thread. I wish
Noisebridge members (I'm looking at you Kevin M.) would keep their rants
on their own wiki/mailing-list.

Also, legally you can't name any new kinds of hacking unless you have a
degree from MIT.  As soon as my trademarks on the words 'face' and
leaving the letter 'e' out of names of products hit, I'm going to sue
you all.

Troll on,
- Far McKon
Overly Proud MIT & Noisebridge Aluminumist(s)

On 1/27/14 11:56 PM, discuss-request at lists.hackerspaces.org wrote:
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> Date: Mon, 27 Jan 2014 20:54:04 -0800
> From: Rubin Abdi <rubin at starset.net>
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> 	<discuss at lists.hackerspaces.org>
> Subject: Re: [hackerspaces] Let's end the unnecessary joining of the
> 	words "food" and "hacking"
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> Haters-Gonna-Hate-Hacking.
> Anyone do anything interesting with food lately?
> Recently I've gotten into pimping out popcorn. Sumac, dill, paprika and
> salt (and some yeast if that's your thing). Typically popping the
> kernels in a pot with olive oil. Been experimenting recently with
> sriracha, which has been tasty but at the cost of nearly burning my arm
> off and making my kitchen smell like shit. I tried mixing some with oil
> and preheating in the microwave before tossing it into the pot with the
> kernels, but my house is still left smelling like a toxic hot sauce factory.

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