Rivalry #3 Best Sandwich – Good lord Philadelphia makes a damn good food. Philadelphia makes Cheesesteaks, Italian Hoagies, Chicken Cheesesteaks, Pizza Steaks, Buffalo Chicken Cheesesteaks, and the their calzones and strombollis are unparalleled. But that’s not what I’m talking about, I’m talking about sandwiches. If I want the best sandwich in town, there’s really no one who comes close to Lilly’s in Doylestown. People complain about Lilly’s because it can gets crowded with the lawyers at lunchtime, but there’s a good reason it’s crowded, it’s the best. They use fancy breads, fancy ingredients, and they don’t skimp, these are huge mammouth sandwiches that have you taking half of them home. I have to throw some love to Panara Bread, they make ordinary sandwiches awesome with Panini technology and you can get half a sandwich with a cup of soup for basically the same price which is a nice option, especially in the winter. Best sandwich though, belongs to Lilly’s.
Rivalry #2 Best Place to Disappear in Doylestown – If you happen to be in Doylestown and you don’t want to see cars, bars, or any other nonsense, I’ve got the place for you. Walk down East Street along a cemetary, across the street you’ll see a huge cement gate that’s been there for over a century, walk through the gate along the trail and disappear into the dark trail cloaked by a canopy of trees. It could be twelve o’clock noon on the brightest of days, but it will be dark and creepy back there on that trail, it’s like Sleepy Hollow, you expect the Headless Horseman to come flying by at any time. The trail’s not that long, maybe a quarter mile, then it opens up into the most spectacular oasis. It’s just amazing, what a vision Henry Mercer brought to life.
This is what you emerge to from the Sleepy Hollow trail:
RKDeem’s #3 Band – Johnny Cash – Great music and great stories. I hated country music until I heard him, I’m not sure if he’s even classified as country, he’s just bad ass. The stuff towards the end of his life was amazing, he hand selected songs that had lots of meaning to him and I appreciate the perspective, it reminds me of Nirvana’s unplugged, every lyric is sung with emotion. Standout Tracks – Drive On, Tennessee Stud, I Hung My Head, & Long Black Veil.
RKDeem’s #2 Band – Beck – This guy could very well be the top spot, every time he comes out with an album, I buy it on the day it comes out. He has not let me down yet. What’s amazing about him is that he keeps it fresh too. He’ll make albums utilizing beats from old computer sound cards, he’ll make acoustic albums, he’ll make “alternative” albums, he’ll make party albums, and each album that comes out sounds like the best thing I’ve heard in that genre, I mean this as a compliment, he’s like the a music nerd’s Madonna, he’s always ahead of the curve, moving music along. I saw him in concert with Edman and it was one of the best concerts I’ve ever seen. Everything he does, he does incredibly well. I have no Standout Tracks for Beck, every album is a standout album. If you’re down, tired, or just feeling mellow, buy the Sea Change album and listen to it start to finish. If you’re ready for a party, you’ve just drank a Red Bull, pop in Guero and listen to it loud. Don’t forget about his older stuff, it’s all good my friends, just listen to it until you love it. He’s brilliant, trust me.
Hey, there’s this insanse physics project going on in Switzerland & France where they’re building a 27 kilometer tunnel underground to accelerate protons along these tracks and then they smash them at unimaginable speeds. They are predicting that this collision will create a type of matter never seen before, possibly creating a black hole and sucked the Earth into itself (okay, the black hole thing probably won’t happen, but I like to think it is). Well, I’m not doing a good job of explaining it, but it’s a really important experiment that 60 countries have invested billions of dollars into, hopefully this rap song will help you understand what this is all about. If the rap doesn’t help, we can ask Brother-In-Law Matt who knows about this kind of stuff.
Here’s an excerpt from Wikipedia about Large Hadrom Collider:
As of August 2008 the majority of the LHC ring is now cooled to the
1.9 K (−271.25 °C) operating temperature. The initial particle beams
are due for injection in August 2008, the first attempt to circulate a beam through the entire LHC is scheduled for September 10, 2008, and the first high-energy collisions are planned to take place after the LHC is officially unveiled, on October 21, 2008.
It has been claimed the collision fo the particles has a 1 in 50000
chance to create a small atomic black hole and would create the
apocalypse. Which has brought much cause for concern, including a large
petition to stop the event.