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The E. Coli Experiment, Day 1
Monday, 2004 December 6 - 11:09 pm
I think I'm still okay.

I have commenced the first step in the Great E. Coli Experiment, the aftermath of my freezer issue from a few days ago. Since Javi told me not to throw out the steak, and since I ALWAYS DO WHAT JAVI SAYS, I ate one of them today. It didn't smell funky. My stomach is a little bit upset but that's probably just because I ate fast (I was, unfortunately, working while I was eating).

Time to send in the booze.

I remember getting salmonella poisoning once. It was not a pleasant experience. There was lots of clenching involved. I believe Heather Armstrong would sympathize.

I've made plans to go out to various places over the next couple of days, including a lunch trip to Hooters restaurant tomorrow. (I go there for the wings. Really.) With my luck, I'll find that Christy Turlington decided to take a job there, just as I start a cycle of projectile vomiting.

(Javi, that was for you.)
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Comment #1 from Ken (realkato)
2004 Dec 7 - 12:14 am : #
You know, perhaps I should throw out all that meat after all. Bleah.
Comment #2 from Crouching Hamster (Guest)
2004 Dec 7 - 2:24 pm : #
Oh dear God.
I ate a mere piece of pumpkin pie that was eight days old (and hard) but didn't have any mold on it like the rest of the pie. I spent most of the afternoon in the bathroom.

I can't even IMAGINE the steak.

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